Intelligence Report: Zuma – It is mine and you can’t have it

President Jacob Zuma has refused to urgently furnish the DA with documents, including the so-called intelligence report, on which he allegedly based his decision to fire former Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan and his deputy, Mcebisi Jonas. The DA will next week turn to the High Court in Pretoria in a bid to compel Zuma […]
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Nuclear deal ruled as unlawful and unconstitutional: Learn all about the dark secrets of this shady deal

The Western Cape High Court ruled on Wednesday that the South African government’s nuclear agreements with Russia, Korea and the US were unlawful and unconstitutional. In a landmark ruling, the Court also scrapped the South African government’s decision to buy about eight nuclear power stations — 9600MW of nuclear power. This decision was first gazetted […]
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Look out for this thief

Berning Ntlemeza is apparently missing with state possessions after unlawfully reporting for duty this morning. Sacked Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza reported for work this morning despite being told he had been relieved of his duties. Ntlemeza was seen entering the headquarters of the Hawks in Pretoria through the back gate to avoid the main entrance. […]
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SOUTH AFRICA SUPPLY LESOTHO OF FUEL: Look At Lesotho Petrol Prices

21 Apr 2017, South Africa: I can’t seem to figure this one out! As far as I know, Lesotho is getting their Fuel from South Africa. How is it possible for the Lesotho Government to sell fuel directly to consumers for almost R4 per litre cheaper than what we are paying in South Africa?   […]
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SA’s struggling economy faces an uphill

If South Africa staves off a technical recession in the coming months, it will be a result of events unrelated to the country’s domestic political and policy environment. But economists said the more important question is what happens when the lingering positive effects of a recovery end in certain sectors, such as agriculture and mining. […]
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Millions to be wasted on President Zuma’s Nkandla homestead

The South African government is preparing to spend “millions” in taxpayers’ money on President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla homestead, according to a report by the Sunday Times. The report stated that the Department of Public Works confirmed processes were underway to refurbish the property, repair “shoddy workmanship”, and address security concerns. “While the assessment is not […]
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A Lesson From History: How Joe Slovo Defeated P.W. Botha

Introduction By now most South Africans who took part in the marches against Jacob Zuma on his birthday, probably realised that it had little effect. Zuma laughed it off and enjoyed his birthday with his (corrupt) family and friends. So what went wrong? Simple…A lack of proper planning, and of course…Semantics…People have not realised yet […]
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“Die stem” must fall – Malema

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is demanding of the South African government to delete Die Stem from the country’s official anthem. EFF tabled the demand while they were marking the 120th anniversary of Sontonga’s Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika. “…We mark the 120th anniversary of the death of Enoch Sontonga who composed Nkosi Sikelel iAfrika. “On this […]
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Department of finance is being run by complete morons

New finance minister Malusi Gigaba’s key advisor over the weekend published an opinion piece advocating for the nationalisation of mines, insurance companies and the banks, leaving Treasury with a PR disaster on Tuesday. Ok look, a bad PR day for some government departments wouldn’t normally cause too much of a ruckus, except if that department […]
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Free handout – Mayor loses the plot completely with informal settlement conversion

So the mayor of Ekurhuleni now wants to convert all the informal settlements, that pollute our city, into formal townships with a free handout of land and the supply of all services and facilities. As is usual with the ANC, the idea is ill-conceived and is purely politically motivated. It will lead to economic ruin. […]
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