President Cyril Ramaphosa has used the commemoration of struggle stalwart Charlotte Maxeke to condemn corruption within the ANC's ranks. Ramaphosa says restoring the party's integrity is a priority, they would not turn a blind eye to. The president's remarks come after announcing recently that ANC members and leaders charged with corruption and wrongdoing, including the organisation's embattled secretary-general Ace Magashule, have 30-days in which to voluntarily step aside or be suspended. Ramaphosa, under pressure to put the party's house in order, has assured Eastern Cape residents and the nation about cleaning up the ANC and restoring its principles. - Smile 90.4FM

President Cyril Ramaphosa has used the commemoration of struggle stalwart Charlotte Maxeke to condemn corruption within the ANC’s ranks. Ramaphosa says restoring the party’s integrity is a priority, they would not turn a blind eye to. The president’s remarks come after announcing recently that ANC members and leaders charged with corruption and wrongdoing, including the organisation’s embattled secretary-general Ace Magashule, have 30-days in which to voluntarily step aside or be suspended. Ramaphosa, under pressure to put the party’s house in order, has assured Eastern Cape residents and the nation about cleaning up the ANC and restoring its principles.