Natasha Marrian Deputy editor: Financial Mail

The ANC integrity commission’s call for members implicated in the VBS Mutual Bank “heist” report to step aside from all party positions and activities is likely to be discussed at a special national executive committee (NEC) meeting on Saturday. The party’s highest decision-making body in between congresses has to decide on disciplinary measures against those implicated in the hard-hitting report by advocate Terry Motau. More than R2bn was looted from the bank, the report said. Business Day understands a special NEC meeting is set to take place on Saturday, where the integrity commission recommendation is likely to be discussed, as the ANC continues its push to clean up its image ahead of the key 2019 national election. After a weekend meeting held by the integrity commission, a statement by commission chair George Mashamba announced its decision to call on the ANC to act against those implicated and for them to step aside from their posts. Senior Limpopo ANC officials have been imp...

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