However, doubts have been raised over the structure's ability to implement the recommendations made in the report.
While Motlanthe said the integrity commission was not a disciplinary structure, its job is to ensure the integrity of the organisation is never compromised.
“They come up with recommendations, the weakness in the organisation is that their recommendations are submitted to the office of the secretary-general and it ends there. They have no authority to ensure that the NEC acts on their recommendations — that's something that has to be strengthened, they do need original authority from conference itself.”
He added that the ANC was at its weakest. “The strength of the ANC over the years has always been that it is home to a whole spectrum of political schools ... and always united in pursuit of a common goal ... the ANC needs that cohesion around policy positions.”