Grand-scale corruption at PRASA covered up by treasury

For almost a year, National Treasury has kept the lid on almost 200 investigations into PRASA contracts which show that up to R2.5 billion was siphoned off in contracts which should never have been signed. The investigations, into contracts worth R10 million or more, were ordered by former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela following her 2015 […]
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Gayton McKenzie: Kill Zuma – By Any Means Necessary

Being a fan of the president, the PA leader has confused his followers, who have questioned if it is even ethical to spread such ‘hate speech’. It seems Patriotic Alliance (PA) leader Gayton McKenzie has joined a growing list of people who are writing a book about President Jacob Zuma after sharing his next book […]
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Cape Town mayor De Lille to face motion of no confidence

Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille faces a motion of no confidence after allegations of misconduct and possible corruption in her government. The ANC‚ the official opposition in the city council‚ said on Wednesday it would table the motion at next Tuesday’s council meeting. The move comes after executive director in De Lille’s office‚ Craig […]
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Fate of DA mayors Mashaba and Trollip rests in EFF’s hands

The leadership of two DA mayors – Nelson Mandela Bay’s Athol Trollip and Johannesburg’s Herman Mashaba – will be put to the test on Thursday when they face votes of no confidence along with their speakers. And while it seems that the EFF is in a powerful position to decide the fate of Trollip and […]
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South Africans In For R30 Billion Tax Hike For 2018

The ANC is now pushing for a massive tax hike to fill the holes in our economy, according to a report in Business Tech. It’s unclear whether there are plans to make any additions to Nkandla or if Government is going ahead with JZ’s free education plan. During his mid-term budget speech, Malusi Gigaba said there is an R40 […]
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Brian Molefe Adamant He Should Be Reinstated As Eskom CEO

  Brian Molefe is adamant he should be reinstated to his position as Eskom’s CEO. He insists he and Eskom made an honest mistake when they agreed on his early retirement from the power utility five years too early. The DA, EFF, and Solidarity are going to court on Wednesday to have Molefe’s R30-million pension […]
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Murdered For His Phone

Police are still searching for the killers. Hanru Duvenhage was shot and killed on Friday. The Police are still searching for the killers of the manager of Kimberley Sandblasting and Powdercoating, Hanru Duvenhage, who was murdered at the business premises in Woodburne Street, Beaconsfield on Friday afternoon. Duvenhage, 43, who was alone inside the shop, […]
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Two Grade R Pupils Raped!!!!!

Angry parents outside Zamokhanyo Primary School want the alleged rapists handed over to them. TWO grade R pupils, both aged six, were allegedly raped at school by five general workers. To scare them into silence, one of the workers allegedly threatened the kids, saying he would put them in a sack and throw them in […]
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Both Zimbabwe And Angola Have Lessons For South Africa

President Jacob Zuma, right, and Zimbabwe’s new President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Pretoria last week.  In 1987, 30 years ago, we had the holiday of our lives in Zimbabwe. The country was doing so well with good exports, successful agricultural crops, booming tourism and impressive gains in educational and health standards.Zimbabwe was working and former president […]
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The West Owes Zimbabwe A Future [Take Mugabe’s Ten Farms, All His Houses In Dubai, Britain, South Africa And Zimbabwe And Sell It To Defray Debt]

It’s vital that the stranglehold of Mugabe’s party, ZANU-PF, is broken, perhaps by a unity government preceding elections. For Zimbabwe, this is a great time. Robert Mugabe’s 37-year long rule has ended without adding to the blood and suffering that he has already caused to his country’s people. This moment is as much a victory for the […]
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