Holomisa calls for ANC replacement by an interim government

Bantu Holomisa
UDM Leader Bantu Holomisa

United Democratic Movement (UDM) Leader Bantu Holomisa is calling for the ruling Party ANC, to transfer power to the Constitutional Court to stricture an Interim Government until next the election in 2024.

Holomisa tweeted a public statement that South Africa can not continue to be run by corrupt leadership (ANC) made up of outlaws amid charges of serious embezzlement of funds and abuse of Public Office.  

In an interview with Newzroom Afrika, Homilisa said that an impartial interim government should be installed and oversee the implementation of the outcomes of the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.

“We still a have a commission of inquiry by Judge Zondo which is going to publish its’ findings. If we had an interim government, that interim government will BE task among other things to implement the findings of the Zondo Commission”, said Holomisa,

The UDM is convinced that findings into State Capture can not be fairly implemented under the current leadership of the ANC. “The chances that all of them (ANC members) at executive level might be affected”, explained Holomisa.

Holomisa suggests that members of Parliament should hold their positions and the Executive replaced completely by people chosen from civil society.

Holomisa declared that the misconduct by some ANC members against their own organisation is regressive towards socio-political development of South Africa as country.

“The trend of civil disobedience by some ANC members against their fellow comrades does not hold well for this country’s future, therefore we need to have a plan ‘B’”, said Holomisa.

ANC former President Jacob Zuma’s defiance against the constitutional Court ruling as point of reference to ANC’s discredited leadership as well as Ace Magashule’s allies pledge to carryout a National shutdown.