Claims of sexual harassment against Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana are likely to be a talking point when the African National Congress integrity commission meets again on Wednesday morning.
The commission meets every week to discuss a number of issues.
It’s understood that Godongwana’s matter will come up after accusations against him surfaced several days ago.
An employee at the Kruger National Park lodged a complaint against the minister following a trip he took to the holiday destination with his wife.
Godongwana has denied the accusations.
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