Natasha Marrian Financial Mail deputy editor & columnist

The ANC has shifted its stance on allegations emerging from the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, calling on law enforcement agencies to act on the revelations if there is overwhelming evidence of wrongdoing. The governing party is taking a knock ahead of the key 2019 general election, as revelations of wrongdoing by senior members emerged from the commission, which is chaired by deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo. President Cyril Ramaphosa is also under pressure locally and internationally to ensure that action follows the revelations emerging from the Zondo commission and others under way, including the commission of inquiry into the Public Investment Corporation. Reports indicating that five Western powers wrote to the government to highlight the negative impact of corruption on President Cyril Ramaphosa's investment drive. It showed that his administration is under pressure internationally to act on allegations of corruption. However, the ANC has condemned the move by th...

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