Minister Ayanda Dlodlo says Cabinet notes media reports on ‘leaked emails’

June 12, 2017 6:12 am

Cabinet has noted with serious concern the mediareports on the ‘leaked emails’ that are purported to implicate Ministers, officials and private individuals in alleged wrongdoing.

Cabinet remains fully committed to good governance and at the same time, it also notes that all persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in terms of our Constitution.

Cabinet urges all who have information about any wrongdoing by government officials or Ministers to inform the law-enforcement agencies so that investigations can be undertaken.

It is aware that some cases have already been opened, and the police are undertaking the necessary investigations. All who are affected by the emails are urged to cooperate with the law-enforcement agencies.

President Zuma has rebutted the allegation that was published by a Sunday newspaper that he owns a house in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

Read more: http://www.gov.za/speeches/statement-cabinet-meeting-7-june-2017-8-jun-2017-0000

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