Minister Dlodlo says party political issues not her department's responsibility
State Security Minister Ayanda Dlodlo says even though her department is a mess, there are also pockets of excellence in the organisation.
Dlodlo shares these sentiments when speaking to Bongani Bingwa about on her tenure as minister in that department.
It is just the sheer magnitude of work that still needs to be done in the organisation based on the high-level panel report we came up with and also based on the new threats that the world is experiencing.Ayanda Dlodlo, Minister - State Security
She says her department's mandate is to ensure territorial integrity and national security.
It is about the sovereignty of our nation and about doing research and development to ensure that we assist in policy development so that our economy thrives. The party political issues are not our department's responsibility.Ayanda Dlodlo, Minister - State Security
Listen below to the full conversation:
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