According Mokgosi, she received a total of R80,000 from Ramaphosa’s CR17 presidential campaign, saying it was for a “personal situation” she had.
“Non-disclosure of money, particularly from individuals in the enemy camp is dishonourable and disingenuous. In this case, I am aware that it has compromised the integrity of our organisation and the revolution.
“I deeply regret my actions and accept that I cannot be entrusted with any leadership responsibilities. I undertake not to accept any leadership roles in the EFF and legislature,” she said.
Mokwele also admitted receiving R80,000 from Ramaphosa between 2017 and 2019.
“I have decided to save the organisation [EFF] the painful time to subject me to a disciplinary process. My actions have already caused the image and reputation of the EFF disrepute. My actions have … seriously compromised the organisation and I cannot expect to be entrusted with leadership responsibilities any more,” said Mokwele.