After numerous bids to get Thuli Madonsela’s report set aside, JZ’s failure has come back to hit him in his pocket.
No more running, JZ
When JZ falls, Maimane is there to keep him pinned to the floor
Busisiwe Mkhwebane has been accused of being captured and a puppet of the Guptas, today, she seems to be tackling those allegations head on. Mkhwebane held a press conference on Monday to provide updates on some of the investigations underway by her office. One of the main takeaways from the conference has got many people […]
Another former Eskom employee hits out.
The SA Council of Churches’ (SACC) belief that the country is on the brink of becoming a mafia state is worrying, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says.
It was a “pastoral” process and not an investigation.
In an uncharacteristic departure from his normal ‘go Zuma’ cheering, the president’s son has said he actually supports calls for a commission of enquiry into state capture.
It’ll be like 2016 all over again.
Singing staff members happy to see the return of Brian Molefe were treated to a little dance by the controversial former and now again Eskom CEO.
In yet another move seemingly edging him closer to cabinet, the ANC has shoehorned ‘Saxonwold Shebeen’ Molefe into a top finance committee position before he’s even been sworn in as MP.
If Thuli was the best public protector we’ve ever had, where will Mkhwebane land on that spectrum?
Has the Zuma camp struck out again in its perceived attempts to capture a key Chapter Nine institution?
The Public Protector confirmed, amongst other things, that she is seeking legal opinion on whether or not to challenge President Jacob Zuma’s application to review the State of Capture report.
Last month, South Africans reeled from the revelations about state capture following the release of former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela’s State Capture report.
Folks aren’t too happy with el presidente’s plan to send Thuli Madonsela’s state capture to ‘his’ new public protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane.
A special report from Grondup.Org.za.
A special judicial report into the “capture” of South Africa’s state institutions has found that President Jacob Zuma is at the very least associated with corruption, if not just as deeply embedded in it as many South Africans believe.
El presidente’s been summoned by party elders to answer for Nkandla, and the State of Capture mess.
Mmusi Maimane will be laying criminal charges against the president for ‘contravening’ the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act.
Thuli Madonsela’s made it clear to Zuma and his mates implicated in her State of Capture report that they’d best be careful not to make the same, damaging mistakes made when the president and his allies tried to dispute the Nkandla report.
El presidente’s legal team believes its only fair that the state, and not the president himself, cover the fees racked up in Zuma’s unsuccessful attempt at blocking the release of Thuli Madonsela’s ‘State of Capture’ report.
The events of the past few weeks in South Africa, including the release of the Public Protector’s state capture report, are signs of how the country’s condition has been corroded under President Jacob Zuma’s leadership.
Our former Public Protector caused quite a stir with her state capture investigation and its subsequent report, now she speaks out about the famous document.