So, it turns out, the ANC’s integrity commission did its job. It looked into President Jacob Zuma’s many failings and concluded that he should walk the plank. This was some time ago. The commission met Zuma in December and April. Thankfully, City Press came to the rescue on Sunday and revealed the contents of a report by the commission addressed to ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe in May. It was signed by Rivonia triallist Andrew Mlangeni, the newspaper reported. The significance of the date was that it was one week before the last sitting of the ANC’s national executive committee meeting. The report revealed that Zuma met with the commission and refused to resign.

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