Earlier this week the ANCWL attacked the Public Protector for doing her job, but Madonsela’s the last woman you want to be taking on.
Could it be? Baleka Mbete reportedly gave word that parly will consider taking disciplinary action against the president following a meeting with all political party leaders.
Speaker of the National Assembly and national chairperson of the ANC, Baleka Mbete, doesn’t seem to understand last week’s Constitutional Court ruling all that well. Or, like Thandi Modise she just didn’t bother reading it.
Earlier today the Constitutional Court ruled that the National Assembly’s decision to set aside the public protector’s remedial action was unconstitutional and ordered that Zuma pays for his privileges.
Is the president a little stressed about going to court next week, could that be why he’s volunteering to #PayBackTheMoney?
The Public Protector has changed her tune and claims that corruption is not a defining attribute of South Africa. But who is she trying so hard to convince if not herself?
Just when you thought that Nkandla couldn’t get any more ridiculous the ANC decides to pull out the big guns against the Public Protector
Fast becoming one of the most popular players in South Africa’s political landscape, Public Protector Thuli Madonsela made some incriminating statements about the true state of affairs in the country
Forced to respond to the Public Protector’s report by midnight on Wednesday, Jacob Zuma issued a statement saying his is waiting for a third report from the Special Investigating Unit before he responds in full.
Several government ministers have applied to interdict the Public Protector in a bid to secure more time to examine her Nkandla report before it is released to the public