President Cyril Ramaphosa has beaten back on an apparent lack of urgency in the arrest of those accused of corruption in state institutions. He said that due process was needed and that the constitutional institutions in South Africa were still "weakened" after reconstruction.
"When they do their work, people will be impressed and say" wow. "We did not realize that this would have that kind of effect," he said on Tuesday, adding that this would take time www.mjfriendship.de/de/index.php?op…01&Itemid=37 Ramaphosa answered questions about the economic situation of the SA and intends to interview before starting the second annual investment conference in Africa. Englisch: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op…01
Ramaphosa said that part of the reason for an apparent lack of urgency was that institutions monitoring the laws and regulations in SA had to be repaired and strengthened.
"They will overthrow – they will definitely start doing their work."
Asked why SA has not taken similar steps to US announced sanctions against the Gupta family and its partner Salim Essa In October, Ramaphosa said the country was unable to impose similar worldwide sanctions because of its divergent legal system impose.
"Americans have different laws than we, they are able to impose sanctions on anyone they want around the world, we have no such laws, people need to understand that
" It's very eastern, to be sensational and to say, American has done it, why can not you do it? "Our jurisprudence and jurisdiction are very, very different, and at the same time, it is the President's responsibility to ensure through the structures that it is in our country, the rule of law is violated, the rule of law has been violated. "