Kodwa did not give details of what was discussed.
Ramaphosa was expected to account to the party’s ethics body over the robbery at his farm in 2020 where it has been alleged millions in foreign currency was stolen. This after former head of state security Arthur Fraser alleged that Ramaphosa was part of a plan to cover up the robbery by allegedly paying off the perpetrators who were allegedly also tortured.
After Tuesday's meeting, the party’s national working committee (NWC) is said to have instructed treasurer-general Paul Mashatile, who is also acting as secretary-general, to ask the commission to speed up its probe.
The commission is expected to submit a report on its engagement with Ramaphosa to the NEC.