Analyst has confidence those involved in VBS scandal will be brought to book
The Limpopo Provincial Executive Committee (PEC) wants municipal managers and chief financial officers of municipalities implicated in the VBS scandal to be referred to the party's integrity committee and wants those members suspended.
Speaking to Bongani Bingwa, political analyst from the University of South Africa Professor, Lesiba Teffo, says he thinks what the Limpopo PEC is saying the right things.
It is when we come out of that, that is of material significance to me because we have been here before on numerous occasions, we would have recourse, but that recourse will not be acted upon.Professor Lesiba Teffo, Political Analyst from the University of South Africa
He adds that he thinks that this time around, it would be different and the law will take its course.
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