IFP Statement: Section 89 Panel Report

Dec 1, 2022 | Press Releases

The IFP, having studied the Section 89 Panel Report released last night, welcomes the Report and its recommendations.

Considering all factors, affidavits and circumstances reviewed by the Panel; the Panel could not have arrived at any conclusions other than the ones presented in their Report.

The prima facie evidence is compelling. Therefore, on Tuesday, 6 December, when the Panel Report is considered by the National Assembly, the IFP will vote in support of the adoption of the Report by the House, as well as in support of the establishment of an Impeachment Committee.

The IFP thanks the Section 89 Panel, especially Retired Chief Justice Sandile Ngcobo – who was nominated by the IFP to serve on this Panel – for their diligence and dedication in undertaking the Section 89 work in a manner that has upheld the Constitution and our democracy.

Mkhuleko Hlengwa MP
IFP National Spokesperson
071 111 0539

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