The party informed the media after its central committee meeting this weekend.
SACP secretary-general Blade Nzimande (left), SACP first deputy secretary general Solly Mapaila (middle) and second general secretary Chris Matlhako (right). Image: Twitter / @ SACP1921.
JOHANNESBURG – The South African Communist Party (SACP) says it will focus its attention on issues facing the local government.
The SACP informed the media after the meeting of the central committee this weekend.
His general secretary Blade Nzimande explains their focal objectives.
"Among other things, we will continue to show corruption and bureaucratic indifference to the local government."
The party says it supports the investigation committee to record the situation that starts on Monday.
Nzimande thanked those who have taken a stand against corruption.
"The central committee appreciated the work of those ministers, senior government officials and whistleblowers who are now being taken to eradicate the cancer of corruption."
(Edited by Thapelo Lekabe)