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Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh, standing in for Eusebius McKasier, spoke to political journalist at News24 Matshidiso Madia about the latest from the VBS scandal as well as the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) response to the matter.

They also looked at the EFF versus the media and former Free State MEC Mxolisi Dukwana says he was offered R2 million by Tony Gupta to sign off on documents.

The ANC is in a difficult position because it is mostly their officials implicated in Limpopo. The ANC has got to be seen to be acting.

Matshidiso Madia, political Journalist at NEWS24

READ: It seems that the media is pushing a certain agenda with VBS - caller

I was speaking to George Mashamba from the integrity commission and he was saying they have already met and they are saying they need more, they have questions and they need answers. He says hopefully in two weeks they will be able to meet with the leaders.

Matshidiso Madia, political Journalist at NEWS24

Analyst has confidence those involved in VBS scandal will be brought to book

The integrity commission has made recommendations in the past that were completely disregarded. It is concerning that everything seems to be pinned on the integrity commission.

Matshidiso Madia, political Journalist at NEWS24

We need to start seeing people going to jail.

Matshidiso Madia, political Journalist at NEWS

ALSO READ: R10 million siphoned from VBS to Floyd Shivambu's personal account

The EFF bought time. I wasn't impressed. The EFF has been so quick to respond to issues but they were found wanting on the VBS issue. They bought time to get their story.

Matshidiso Madia, political Journalist at NEWS

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