Former president Thabo Mbeki has delivered a scathing critique of ANC deputy president Paul Mashatile and the ANC’s parliamentary caucus, saying it is wrong for the party to use its majority in parliament to veto the establishment of multiparty committees (MPCs) to probe the forex scandal at President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Phala Phala farm and corruption at Eskom.

In a letter dated March 29 and addressed to Mashatile, the party’s public representative in parliament, Mbeki compared the ANC’s actions to it voting against several motions of no confidence against former president Jacob Zuma at the height of state capture...

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