"It's to deal with corruption, it is to request our leaders who are alleged to be corrupt to take bold decisions and stand aside."
Speaking on his party's progress in the run-up to national elections, he said he was sure that the ANC would emerge victorious in Gauteng.
"When you enter elections, you enter from the worry point of view but with the intention to win. We are not ignorant of some of the challenges we have, we are not ignorant about the performance of other political parties. When we started campaigning we were around 49%, many are giving us 56% today which is a little bit better," he said.
"Gauteng is going to be ruled by the ANC. We are no longer an arrogant leadership, Gauteng leadership since July has demonstrated that it's an organisation that works with the people, listens to the people. In Gauteng, we are not afraid to openly, constructively criticise each other ... We have taken a posture of openness, of talking, of renewing ourselves."