Racial discrimination: South-Africans can now get free shares in Discovery Bank by depositing money with it – that is of course only if you are Black!

National bankrupt broadcaster SABC, splurges millions, footed by taxpayers, on parties and bonuses while retrenching hundreds of workers

President is gallivanting throughout the world while violence, protests, murder, strikes are on the order of the day and SA’s debt is getting bigger – wonder if he would repeat his lies on farm murders in SA overseas

No wonder the state-owned weapon manufacturer Denel, is currently experiencing financial problems and faces bankruptcy – Head of finance fired after allegedly found guilty of fraud and unlawful use of funds

Give back what you stole! –Supreme Court decreed that Zuma must “pay back the money”  for his legal costs

EFF WHEELS COMING OFF – Malema’s party is facing serous legitimacy problems

What a shock, look here how much the municipal top management earn, and you are paying them:- The ‘Fat Cats’ of this country’s Municipalities

Eskom announces retrenchments, but experts say that it wont make any difference to its financial situation

SABC treading on thin ice – SCOPA chases SABC away after the state entity could not provide necessary information about unlawful expenses of R4,9 billion

Municipal managers, which include a lot of technical bankrupt municipalities, now earn R3.9 million a year for doing nothing actually

Prasa buys 174 bakkies, minibuses at a cost of more than R57.6 million of taxpayers’ money… just to park them pointlessly, some of the vehicles already have scratches, and others don’t even start any more

Due to political tensions in the country, South Africans are advised: “If you have cash to spare, take it out of South Africa”

Some good news for a change, Zuma’s legal bills won’t be footed by the taxpayer, he must cough up R25 million to settle his legal costs

Hlaudi Motsoeneng ‘SABC was performing under my leadership,’ – even though he is the central figure in the complete financial and governance collapse of the corporation