Some political commentators say if African National Congress president Cyril Ramaphosa wants to make good on his promises and truly tackle corruption in the party he leads, he had to do so with a clean slate. They say that would include dealing with his own spokesperson Khusela Diko at the Union Buildings. The Presidency announced that while the Special Investigating Unit did not find any evidence linking Diko to corruption during its probe, it did raise concerns regarding her duty to disclose all her financial interests. Diko has been on a leave of absence for nearly six months now after it emerged that the Gauteng government had awarded her husband, Madzikane, a multimillion-rand tender to provide personal protective equipment.
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