ANC MPs refuse to be drawn in on upcoming agenda
The ANC NEC is set to meet over the weekend amid a turbulent time in the party.
JOHANNESBURG - African National Congress(ANC) Members of Parliament (MPs) who are part of the National Executive Committee (NEC) have refused to be drawn on the agenda for their upcoming meeting.
The ANC NEC is set to meet over the weekend amid a turbulent time in the party with allegations of the Gupta family influencing government business.
Eyewitness News spoke to some MPs outside the National Assembly shortly after President Jacob Zuma answered questions in Parliament.
Some ANC MPs who spoke to EWN dodged questions on the allegations of an influence by Gupta family, while others ran from the media.
Education Minister Angie Motshekga says as an ANC member she's concerned about this week's revelations.
"It should be a concern to every loving member of the ANC. I mean why shouldn't I be concerned as a member of ANC unless I'm not being serious about being ANC member?"
Deputy Agriculture Minister Bheki Cele says he has no idea what's on the agenda.
"We'll see the agenda tomorrow when we come."
Deputy Human Settlements Minister Zou Kota-Fredericks said, "Our ANC is a healthy organisation - don't be out of order."