Yesterday (30 September 2015) the Deputy Public Protector Adv. Kevin Malunga told SABC news programme Question Time that he will follow up on the BLF inquiry into the theft of R26 Billion first discovered by the British company CIEX. The Deputy Public Protector promised a response today. Also, the Public Protector herself acknowledged on Twitter that the investigation on the matter had been “derailed”. However, it is now back on track and shall “soon” be completed. BLF has written two letters to the office of the Public Protector with no acknowledgement or response.
BLF welcomes the new commitment displayed by the office of the Public Protector to address this matter urgently.
BLF looks forward to hearing from the office of the Public Protector today.
ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF THE BLACK FIRST LAND FIRST MOVEMENT
1 October 2015
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