President Cyril Ramaphosa says he will wait for the state-capture inquiry to conclude its work and final report before taking action against cabinet members implicated in corrupt dealings. Some of the cabinet members implicated during recent testimony at the inquiry include environmental affairs minister Nomvula Mokonyane, and Gwede Mantashe, who leads the mineral resources portfolio. In a written reply from a question from IFP MP Mkhuleko Hlengwa, which was published on Friday, Ramaphosa said he will await the report of the commission before determining what action needs to be taken, including against any members of the cabinet that may be implicated in the report. Hlengwa had asked the president whether he will take action against Mokonyane, Mantashe, and the deputy minister of justice and correctional services Thabang Makwetla, who are all implicated through allegations in testimony given at the inquiry. Ramaphosa said “nothing prevents the relevant authorities within the crimina...

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