Gauteng ANC PEC to decide on whether to take action against Diko and Masuku

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The African National Congress’ (ANC) Gauteng Provincial Executive Committee will meet this weekend to decide whether or not to take action against Health MEC Bandile Masuku, his wife Loyiso Masuku as well as Presidential spokesperson Khusela Diko.

This after the party’s provincial Integrity Commission reportedly made damning findings on the three over the procurement of the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) scandal.

The commission met with the three on Monday to discuss its findings.

Diko, Masuku and Masuku’s wife who is the Group Corporate and Shared Services Member of the Mayoral Committee in the City of Johannesburg were hauled before the commission following reports that the Gauteng Health Department had awarded Diko’s husband Chief Madzikane Thandisizwe Diko a multi-million-rand tender to provide PPEs.

Political analyst Xolani Dube speaks on the latest developments:

In July, the ANC in Gauteng met with Bandile Masuku and Khusela Diko:

In the interview below, Chief Madzikane said it was irrational for the ANC in Gauteng to send his wife to the integrity commission: