South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared that commissions of inquiry into state capture should not stop law enforcement agencies from investigating the culprits in the meantime including President Zuma and his son Duduzane.
He said this while addressing hundreds at a Cosatu rally in Seshego outside Polokwane on Sunday.
The Presidential aspirant said the Hawks must investigate state capture and arrest those fingered in it.
Cosatu deputy secretary Solly Phetoe said the labour federation would be marching against state capture.
Ramaphosa warned delegates to the ANC’s December elective conference not to allow money to influence their votes, and candidate preference.
He called on ANC to stop the division among the party.
”We must stop factionalism, we must embrace unity, we must embrace working together, because if we are divided, we will not be able to win in 2019,” he said.
Ramaphosa said opposition parties were planning to gamble on the divisions and factionalism in the ruling party.
Ramaphosa used the rally to preach about unity and urged ANC members to guard against a power shift crisis.
He said, if the ANC allowed division to reign, it would not emerge victorious during the 2019 national election.