Our doorways are ‘large open’ for probe into any misuse of Covid-19 funds – Lindiwe Zulu

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Social Growth Minister Lindiwe Zulu.


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  • Social Growth Minister Lindiwe Zulu says authorities are welcome to analyze any allegations of corruption in her division.
  • President Cyril Ramaphosa introduced the Particular Investigating Unit will likely be investigating any allegations of corruption in the course of the lockdown.
  • Zulu has informed Parliament she is set to sort out corruption in her division.

Social Growth Minister Lindiwe Zulu has mentioned her division’s doorways are “large open” for authorities to analyze allegations of corruption within the distribution of meals parcels and social reduction grants.

This adopted President Cyril Ramaphosa’s televised announcement on Thursday night time that he had signed a proclamation authorising the Particular Investigating Unit (SIU) to analyze any type of corruption throughout or associated to the nationwide state of catastrophe in any authorities establishment.

Zulu delivered her adjusted finances speech throughout a mini-plenary within the Nationwide Meeting on Friday.

She additionally got here to the defence of Ramaphosa after FF Plus MP Corné Mulder requested her why the president had spoken of corruption to the nation and never ANC members.

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“Let’s take care of corruption. Whether or not it’s within the ANC, it shall be handled. It’s a two-way avenue and that’s the reason the president addressed the nation on this matter.” mentioned Zulu.

She mentioned she would welcome an investigation into the procurement and alleged overpricing of private protecting gear and medical provides.

“I’m decided now greater than ever to help the authorised establishments to completely, and with out impediments, examine all and each wrongdoing. Those that ought to face the complete wrath of the regulation, ought to achieve this.” 


Authorities is contemplating a number of choices for a fundamental earnings grant, Zulu informed MPs.

“We contemplate a number of methods to increase the social safety protection to these aged 18 to 59 years within the interval past October 2020. The Covid-19 pandemic is bringing again the dialogue concerning the fundamental earnings grant.

“The dearth of social safety protection for this group requires an acceleration of efforts to place in place an inclusive and responsive social safety system that we envisaged within the Nationwide Growth Plan (NDP). Discussions are at present within the early levels,” she mentioned.

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The division had a finances discount of R15.48 billion, from an preliminary R197.72 billion, to R182.24 billion.

“As a part of the supplementary finances, we obtained a further R25.5 billion, which was supplemented by R15.48 billion from the lowered baseline. This introduced the entire finances allocation for Covid-19 response to R40 billion,” she mentioned.

The annual finances was readjusted upwards to R223 billion.

Zulu mentioned the Covid-19 battle demanded a continuing and sincere analysis of presidency’s efforts.

“A lot of the previous responses are merely not efficient in assembly our folks’s aspirations within the face of the challenges that accompany the pandemic. Due to this fact, at this time’s ‘regular’ calls for that we should let go of yesteryear’s responses.

“The division supplies social safety companies and leads the federal government’s efforts to construct partnerships by way of which weak teams and communities develop into succesful and energetic members of their very own growth.”