FROM: KGANKI MATABANE
THE BBC STATEMENT ON
COMPANIES AND INDIVIDUALS
IMPLICATED IN THE ZONDO COMMISSION REPORT
14 January 2021
The Black Business Council (BBC) strongly believes that the law should take its course on all who have been found to have played a part in procurement corruption in the Zondo Commission Report, without fear or favour. This should apply to all individuals, companies, whether big, small, black- or white-owned, local or global. Furthermore, those who have paid back the money, should still face the full might of the law.
"The BBC is of the view that companies such as Bain & Co, should be blacklisted and be prevented from doing business with the state. Reimbursing the State and getting off scot-free makes a mockery of our legal system and does not constitute sufficient punishment for wrongdoing. Repayment of R200m with interest is a clear admission of guilt by Bain" said Kganki Matabane, CEO of the BBC.