What is the ANC learning from the private sector

Within the past few days, former president Kgalema Motlanthe said it would be good if the ANC was voted out of office (good for the ANC, that is), the outspoken MP Makhosi Khoza resigned from Parliament and from the ANC, and the Bank of Baroda won a court case to allow it to stop being […]
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New Evidence! Gupta, Bell Pottinger Deep In Moyane-Gordhan Battle For SARS

  EDINBURGH — Former finance minister Pravin Gordhan was not being paranoid when he highlighted nearly two years ago that there was a sinister conspiracy by political enemies to get him out of the way – even if it meant tying him up in a criminal investigation. An email unearthed in the #GuptaLeaks by Forensics for Justice’s Paul O’Sullivan provides more […]
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Makhosi Khoza leaves ANC to join anti-corruption organisation

Makhozi Khoza has just announced that she is revoking her ANC membership to join the “the new anti-corruption movement of society and faith-based organisations”. Khoza made the announcement at a press briefing on Thursday at Lilliesleaf, Johannesburg. In a long, emotional speech she said that the ANC had become filled with corrupt leaders. “I have […]
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Senzo Mchunu gives explosive details on KZN killings

The manipulation of how councillors are selected stoked political violence in KwaZulu-Natal, said former provincial premier and ANC chairperson Senzo Mchunu. Mchunu, who was fired as premier after losing the November 2015 elective conference to current chairperson Sihle Zikalala, made the explosive disclosures at the Moerane Commission into political killings in KwaZulu-Natal. The elective conference […]
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Zumas house of cards tumbling around him

On this day in 2008, the then ANC national executive committee (NEC) met to deliberate on the controversial Nicholson judgment. The die had already been cast. Outside the Pietermaritzburg High Court a week earlier, the then ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema had declared “the problem in the country is Thabo Mbeki and his people”. […]
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SA deploys more women UN peacekeepers to curb sexual abuse

The United Nations believes that putting more women peacekeepers in the field may curb sexual abuse by its own troops. South Africa, which has been accused of some of the worst sexual offences in the UN, currently has the highest number of women deployed on peacekeeping missions according to Defense Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, but two […]
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As the ANC crumbles, it’s time to choose

The majority of South Africans, especially black people, are seriously disillusioned. They believe they have been abandoned at sea by their trusted captain. The problem is that black people had bought into the propaganda that the ANC was ordained to rule “until Jesus Christ comes back”. It is now more than clear to all thinking […]
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Can we believe this: ‘I didn’t conspire with Zuma’ – Mkhwebane

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has denied conspiring with the presidency and State Security Agency‚ saying her office remains independent. In papers filed in the High Court in Pretoria‚ the Reserve Bank accused Mkhwebane of meeting with President Jacob Zuma’s office and the State Security Agency before releasing her report on missing apartheid funds. The report […]
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Johan Rupert: “Radical economic transformation is just a code word for theft”

South Africa’s richest man Johann Rupert said “radical economic transformation,” the policy championed by the country’s President Jacob Zuma to reduce racial inequality, is no more than theft. “Radical economic transformation is just a code word for theft,” Rupert said on the sidelines of Richemont’s annual general meeting in Geneva on Wednesday. “That’s what’s happening […]
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Zuma: Struggle For Black People Not Over Yet- Black People Must Not Be Victimised For Speaking Their Minds

President Jacob Zuma has called on black people to learn from Steve Biko and to speak their minds without any shame. On Tuesday, the president commemorated the 40th anniversary of Biko’s death in Pretoria. The president says that black people must not be victimised for speaking their minds. “If you are black, you do what […]
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