'The ANC should pay back the R2 million from VBS if they received it'

More names from the VBS Mutual bank scandal are coming to the surface.

Now it is alleged that the African National Congress received R2 million from the bank for its 2016 elections campaign.

This follows reports that the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) also received R1.3 million from the bank.

It goes beyond the ANC getting money, even in his discussion he says he gave money to the SACP, ANC, EFF and the DA.

Kagiso Pooe, Public Policy Specialist and lecturer at North-West University

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This says to me that there is no credibility on who is speaking and I always say the sad thing for South Africa citizens is that we hear terms like reports, audit reports but we never really see the end result.

Kagiso Pooe, Public Policy Specialist and lecturer at North-West University

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I think the ANC should look at their bank accounts and see if this money came through and give it back.

Kagiso Pooe, Public Policy Specialist and lecturer at North-West University

But the bigger issue is who is not implicated in the VBS issue. And we should investigate to the bone which political parties and individuals are reported.

Kagiso Pooe, Public Policy Specialist and lecturer at North-West University

The South African Reserve Bank released a report which revealed how R1.8 billion was brazenly looted from the bank, with the Venda king and top political figures from the ANC and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) implicated.

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