To aid in the battle against corruption, President Cyril Ramaphosa has chosen nine individuals to create an anti-corruption advisory group.
The National Anti-Corruption Advisory Council’s mandate is to stop state capture from happening again in South Africa.
The team will support the government, civil society, and corporate sector in implementing the anti-corruption plan effectively.
The group will also advise the president on how the government should respond to putting the Zondo Commission report’s recommendations into action.
President Ramaphosa has until October 22 to inform the legislature of how his administration would put the report’s recommendations into practice.