Minister in the presidency in charge of the State Security Agency (SSA) Mondli Gungubele, or deputy Zizi Kodwa, must abide by the request of parliament’s standing committee on public accounts (Scopa) to report on SSA vetting of employees of state-owned enterprises (SOEs), or be summonsed to do so if they refuse.

This is the legal advice given to Scopa by parliament's chief legal adviser, Zuraya Adhikarie...

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