Jan 10 South African President Jacob Zuma said that he would appoint a commission to inquire into the graft allegations into the highest levels of the state.
DA national spokesperson Phumzile Van Damme said Zuma and his "cabal of corrupt cronies" had wreaked havoc on the country.
ANC Secretary General Ace Magashule speaking ahead of the ANC NEC meeting.
Yet, despite all of Zuma's indiscretions, Ramaphosa has failed to recall him showing that the ANC will not self-correct and that we can only expect more of the same.
After the meeting ended, a member of the leadership who asked not to be named said the issue had not come up.
The traditional 8 January statement - which this year marked the ANC's 106th anniversary - will be delivered in East London on Saturday.
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President Kenyatta is scheduled to make his first foreign trip his his reelection for second term on October 26th. He urged the party's rank and file to support the new ANC leadership‚ fight corruption in its ranks and "to not soil the reputation" of the ANC.
It also brought tens of thousands of anti-Zuma protesters onto the streets in nationwide marches.
The rand has gained around 8 percent as investors bet Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa's election as leader of the ruling African National Congress would push through business-friendly policies.
But the new collective is said to have opted to exclusively discuss matters related to this weekend's 8 January statement, which will set the tone for the leadership's goals.
A smiling Ramaphosa looked at ease when journalists were briefly allowed into the meeting for a photo opportunity.