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ANC still at odds over how to tackle leaders facing serious graft allegations

The ANC’s top six has been mandated to work closely with its integrity committee to tackle claims of corruption against senior party members

VBS looting haunts the ANC in Limpopo

The ANC is facing a revolt over the looting of VBS bank, which took money from poor communities, with warnings of electoral consequences in 2021 local elections

Ex ‘VBS’ mayor wants R38-million

Florence Radzilani is claiming R38-million for defamation, loss of income and reputational damage

Text messages show brazen VBS bribes

Reserve Bank court papers on looting at the mutual bank implicate more Limpopo officials

ANC fudges over fired VBS mayors

Its reaction ranges from hardline dismissal to pussy-footing rehabilitation and redeployment

Axed VBS mayors now face possible criminal charges

Mayors from Makhado, Vhembe, Fetakgomo Tubatse, Collins Chabane, Makhuduthamaga, Giyani and Elias Motsoaledi municipalities were fired on Monday

VBS saga: Vhembe mayor resigns, 6 other Limpopo mayors told to go

Vhembe district mayor Florence Radzilani has resigned with immediate effect over the VBS saga

Limpopo ANC chair promises to deal with VBS-linked ‘cadres’ before elections

Some of those implicated in the VBS report include Stan Mathabatha's deputy chairperson, Florence Radzilani, and treasurer Danny Msiza

Integrity’s bark worse than its bite

Despite being given more teeth, the ANC’s integrity chair does not believe it can compel the ruling party to take action

ANC integrity commission calls for VBS implicated to step down

The chairperson of the commission said the VBS saga has seriously damaged the credibility of the party

Limpopo duo in hot water

Two ANC leaders implicated in the VBS bank report will be called to appear before the party’s integrity commission

Vhembe mayor seeking legal advice on municipality’s dealings with VBS

Mayor Florence Radzilani is one of the more than 50 people implicated in the report into large-scale fraud at the bank

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