Naspers donated R1m to DA, ANC received R5.8m from Motsepe’s mining firm
The small print have been launched in step with the Political Occasion Funding Act which requires the disclosure of donations above R100,000.
FILE: A screengrab of President Cyril Ramaphosa and DA chief John Steenhuisen. Image: YouTube
JOHANNESBURG – The Impartial Electoral Fee (IEC) has on Thursday revealed that media house owners Naspers, President Cyril Ramaphosa and businesswoman Rebecca Oppenheimer have been among the many donors of political events through the second quarter of the 12 months.
The small print have been launched in step with the Political Occasion Funding Act, which requires the disclosure of donations above R100,000.
The African Nationwide Congress, Democratic Alliance, GOOD and African Christian Democratic Occasion’s donations account for 70% of all of the donations obtained and declared – which equal near R40 million.
Whereas among the names on the checklist are making a return, there have been some that may undoubtedly increase eyebrows.
Of the DA’s R16.8 million, R1 million was paid by world media group and know-how investor Naspers with the vast majority of the contributions made by tech millionaire Martin Moshal at R15 million.
Moshal additionally donated R5 million to ActionSA.
In the meantime, President Cyril Ramaphosa gave the ANC R366,000 in separate transactions in August whereas the governing get together’s funding arm Chancellor Home Belief donated R15 million.
Patrice Motsepe’s African Rainbow Minerals donated R5.8 million, bringing the ANC’s collections plate to R22.6 million when together with different smaller contributions.