Khusela Diko Salary: President Cyril Ramaphosa’s spokesperson, Khusela Diko, failed to disclose financial interests during her term of office and is now facing an internal disciplinary hearing, confirmed by the Presidency on Sunday.
In July, after concern over the granting of contracts to a company connected with her husband by the Gauteng health service PPE, Diko went on special leave. The Special Investigations Team is now investigating the contracts.
The SIU had nevertheless flagged the Diko’s failure to reveal its financial interests in a tweet, Jackson Mthembu, a minister in the Presidency, said that while there was no evidence against her so far on contract awards.
As for the Members of Parliament, the divisions of Chief Whip, House President: Most Party, would earn a 2.5 percent raise. Premiers, Executive Council members, and Governors would not earn a raise in pay in provincial executives. However, the pay raises for members of provincial legislatures are 2,5%.
Judges would benefit from a 4% pay adjustment, as will office-holder members in conventional leaders’ national and provincial houses. kings and Queens would qualify for an increase of 2.5 percent. Traditional Senior Leaders and CEOs will earn a 4% pay rise.