- Steenhuisen slammed the ANC in a passionate speech
- He called on South Africans to save South Africa
- According to the DA MP it would be a dereliction of duty if parliament did not act against state capture
John Steenhuisen was debating state capture when he barely managed to finish his first sentence before he was interrupted with a point of order. He spoke of the National Assembly being separated by two party's, not the ANC and the DA but those opposed to state capture and those for it.
Briefly.co.za learned that Steenhuisen continues to state that the DA doesn't want to get to the bottom of state capture but the top, where those ultimately responsible for the looting of state coffers.
The DA MP said that it was difficult at time to know which ANC one was dealing with as it seems to have developed a type of schizophrenia and he quoted Gwede Mantashe who said that the ANC is seen as being equal corruption and looting according.
He slammed the government policy on corruption, lamenting the fact that not a single person had been charge yet for state capture.
He accused those of that have alleged that state capture is an act of mischief are the ones with their hands in the till.
He warned those in the house not to become one of the president's keepers and refuse to act on state capture, if that happens then Steenhuisen cautioned that:
"History would judge this house very harshly."
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