Cancer Victims Made To Wait Up To Five  Months For Treatment – Livingstone Hospital

Livingstone radiation machine faulty.
Livingstone Hospital’s oncology service is under siege, with some 300 cancer patients waiting for up to five months to access life-saving treatment because its only radiation machine frequently breaks down.
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Ramaphosa To Earn R700,000.00 Per Year More Than Predecessor Jacob Zuma

According to the budget tabled by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba in Parliament on Wednesday, Ramaphosa will earn just over R3.6 million this year.
He’s one of South Africa’s richest men, but new President Cyril Ramaphosa will be earning just over R3.6 million this year, according to the budget tabled by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba in Parliament on Wednesday.

His new deputy stands to earn slightly less, at R3.2 million.

President Ramaphosa will earn around R700,000 a year more than his predecessor, Jacob Zuma.
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Selection of Deputy President looms over weekend ANC NEC meeting

Johannesburg – The African National Congress is expected to try to refocus the party on organisational matters in a two-day National Executive Committee meeting this weekend, amidst heavy speculation over a looming Cabinet reshuffle.

The political party’s previous NEC meetings were mainly focused on the question of former president Jacob Zuma, who was recalled by the party’s highest decision-making body two weeks ago.
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“The ANC Cesspool” – Black People are suffering under the ANC Regime

You CANNOT blame White people for that and the worst is, is that now it is no longer only Black people who are suffering under the ANC Regime, everybody, White People, Black People, Coloured and, Indian People are also suffering.
Foreign Investors are scared to come to our country to invest so that jobs can be created because of the high rate of crime as a result of ANC corruption
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The Gupta Empire Is Falling – List of affected companies

The once-powerful Gupta empire is collapsing, with at least eight businesses filing for business rescue this week. This means that the hundreds of millions of rands in this empire have now disappeared.

“It was inevitable that the empire would implode. South Africans are fierce defenders of justice. With their support OUTA, other civil society organizations and the media have worked tirelessly to expose and oppose their looting and to see that justice prevail,” says Ben Theron, OUTA’s COO.
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Naledi Pandor welcomes lifestyle audits will be conducted on Cabinet members

Minister of Science and Technology Naledi Pandor has welcomed the announcement by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday to subject ministers and their deputies, including other senior government officials, to lifestyle audits to curb corruption in the public sector.

Pandor, who has been calling for lifestyle audits for some time now, said former president Jacob Zuma and his leadership collective in the ANC had failed to execute the governing party’s commitment in 2016 to implement lifestyle audits on its leaders.
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Ramaphosa Does Not Understand Equal Rights For All In South Africa: FF Plus

Cyril Ramaphosa’s reference to the privilege of white youth and Affirmative Action (AA) and Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) shows that he clearly does not understand the argument for equal rights for all in South Africa.

Ramaphosa’s use of the unemployment statistics, which indicate that 20% of black youth are unemployed compared to only 7% of white youth, and his assumption that white youth is therefore still privileged, means that he will only accept that equality has been established once both groups have the same unemployment rate.
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Nkandla 2.0 – Ramaphosa Is Quietly Building A Sprawling Mansion On His R30 Million Plot In Cape Town

Nestled under Lion’s Head, the world’s most hiked mountain, President Cyril Ramaphosa is quietly building a massive private home on two plots of prime land that he bought for R30 million in 2010 — even though he now has an official residence in Cape Town.

It is nowhere near the size of former President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla homestead, but it has one of the best views in Cape Town: a 180-degree panorama of the Atlantic Ocean, including Robben Island. On a clear day, Ramaphosa may just be able to see the very cell where Nelson Mandela was jailed for 18 years.
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Cyril Ramaphosa – Reshuffle: Whose heads will roll?

President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to announce a Cabinet reshuffle by next Friday amid growing calls to fire ministers implicated in state capture.

The ministers seen as being compromised or underperforming are Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini, Water Affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane, Co-operative Governance Minister Des van Rooyen,
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“It Is Not True That Young White People Are Disadvantaged” – Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa says parties in parliament should be prepared to engage on matters of national interest and on matters which these organisations hold opposing views on.

“One such fundamental matter is the redress of the injustices of the past, we should not simply agree to disagree,” Ramaphosa said during his response to the debate on the state of the nation address.
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Over 4,300 Farms in Government’s Hands – Yet They Want To Steal More Land “Without Compensation”

According to reports, the government owns large chunks of land and are yet to transfer the title deeds.
Returning land is a big deal in South Africa. The rhetoric that surrounds it resonates with millions of people and while land without compensation has long been on the Economic Freedom Fighters’ hymn sheet, it’s being sung in some corners of the African National Congress, too.
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The 2018 Budget is there to fight corruption

Renewed vigour to tackle corruption head-on was palpable in National Treasury’s 2018 budget, tabled in parliament on Wednesday.

Deep-rooted and wide-spread corruption has become commonplace in the public sector under the leadership of former
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This is what Malusi has to say about the 2018 Budget

For the first time in 25 years, the South African government will hike up Value-Added Tax (VAT) in a bid to fund the gaping hole in the national budget.

With tax collection falling short by R48-billion, compounded by former president Jacob Zuma’s announcement of fee-free higher
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