The South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) drags President Cyril Ramaphosa into a criminal scandal, demands that he should be called before the State Capture commission.
The South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday was called out by the The South African Federation of Trade Unions to face the judicial council responsible for criminal investigation in the country (State Capture Inquiry Commission).
Saftu said that the president must answer to claims of criminal involvements made against him following the damning allegations made by the Eskom CEO Brain Molefe against him.
Mr Molefe had accused the president of conflicts of interest concerning Eskom and blaming him over the current state of power in the country.
They also called out the directors of Glencore-Optimum to appear before the commission.