REPORT – Motsoeneng found guilty in SABC internal disciplinary hearing!!

Former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been found guilty in an internal disciplinary hearing, a reliable source close to the hearings shared this news. Motsoeneng faced charges of bringing the SABC into disrepute and causing irreparable damage to his employer. The charges related to his four-hour long press briefing on April 19, where […]
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ANC has ordered Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown and the Eskom board to rescind Brian Molefe’s return.

“We met with Lynne Brown and all of us present said ‘comrades, that decision must be rescinded’,” ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe. The party’s top six summoned Brown to Luthuli House on Monday. He said the party warned that the matter was likely to end up in court. The DA approached the high court in […]
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On a point of order: I can’t correct my mistakes if no one tells me what I did wrong – Zuma

President Jacob Zuma said on Sunday that he cannot fix any of the mistakes he has made if people don’t tell him what it is he has done wrong. “[People say] ‘there is a problem in our country,’ as they say ‘there is a crisis’. Why? What has happened?” Zuma asked congregants at a service […]
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All African citizens to enter SA without visas in near feature

South Africa is working towards allowing all African citizens to enter the country without visas – but at first “trusted travellers” like diplomats, officials, academics, business people and students will be the only ones to benefit. The Department of Home Affairs outlines the steps that will be taken towards scrapping visa requirements in its latest […]
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According to Rule 13 of the Uniform Rules of Court, Zuma must explain the reshuffling of his Cabinet.

Zuma has to explain why he reshuffled his Cabinet because a rule governing high courts about reviews of its decisions demands that he does so, Judge Bashier Vally said on Tuesday. Rule 53 of the Uniform Rules of Court, which governs high court proceedings, was established to regulate on a national basis the procedure to […]
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Zuma refuses to be jailed

The defiant president was reportedly telling his opponents in the ANC why he is clinging to power. According to a report on News24 on Tuesday morning, President Jacob Zuma told the ANC’s national executive committee (NEC) that he could never step down, as that would be like “handing himself over to the enemy”, which wants […]
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Cartoon Creates Storm On Social Media

Jonathan Shapiro, the famous satirist Zapiro, has again skirted the controversial with his latest cartoon. It appears as an homage to his “Rape of Lady Justice” cartoon that appeared in the Sunday Times on 2008, which depicts President Jacob Zuma unbuckling his pants, while then-ANCYL leader Julius Malema, and then-tripartite alliance leaders Gwede Mantashe of […]
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What is going to happen to our Economy now … Zuma tells Communist Party Gordhan is out

Johannesburg – South African President Jacob Zuma told senior leaders of the South African Communist Party that he plans to fire Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, according to three people with knowledge of the matter. The rand plummeted. Zuma told officials from the party, which is allied to his ruling African National Congress, during a meeting […]
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Zuma pull out his guns – N24

President Jacob Zuma took a strong stand at this weekend’s national executive committee (NEC) meeting in Irene in Gauteng, defending his position on the issue of land expropriation without compensation, and challenging his critics to read the ANC’s 2012 conference resolutions if they disagreed with his views. City Press heard that Zuma had “set the […]
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Zille’s tweets the biggest headache for Maimane

Western Cape Premier Helen Zille must be “dealt with” for her praise of colonialism and expelled from the party, several DA leaders said on Wednesday. They believed that how the party handled her defence of colonialism would test the party’s commitment to non-racialism. The leaders, who spoke on condition of anonymity, include members of the […]
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