Don’t give in to Zuma’s ‘demands’ in exit talk— DA

The Democratic Alliance (DA) said it was an insult to South Africans that President Jacob Zuma, according to reports, demanded a host of conditions as part of his removal of president.

The DA’s federal council chairperson James Selfe said on Sunday it was unthinkable and an insult to South Africans should he be granted his wishes after breaking his oath of office and disrespecting the constitution.
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Icasa appointed a presumed criminal as chairman

Rubber Mohlaloga is accused of fraud and money laundering. He and the former Chief Executive Officer of the Land Bank, Philemon Mohlahlane, are accused together with three other accused for attempting to transfer R6m from the Land Bank’s account to Masepula Dinga attorney’s trust account. The communications minister, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, is going to meet with […]
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ANC vote buying: Mbalula seizes R2.5-million

Police minister Fikile Mbalula has claimed his officers have intercepted R2.5-million meant to buy votes from ANC delegates attending the national conference at Nasrec. Mbalula uploaded pictures of the money accompanied by #VotesForCash on Tuesday afternoon. He has publicly backed former African Union commission chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma to replace president Jacob Zuma in a succession […]
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State capture fiasco shows why collaboration is key to tackling global crime networks

Lord Peter Hain tabled a series of allegations in the UK’s House of Lords relating to the possible role of British banks in alleged money laundering and illicit financial transactions centred around President Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family. The Conversation Africa’s Charles Leonard asked him to explain why he took the step. Hain, who […]
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UK Authorities Flag Dlamini-Zuma In Gupta Investigation

Following confirmation that the FBI and UK authorities will be investigating the “Gupta leaks”, British lawmakers have flagged Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma among 27 people that UK financial institutions should review as possibly involved in criminal financial activities. According to a report by the Daily Dispatch, the ANC presidential hopeful is listed alongside two current wives of president Zuma – Bongi […]
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DA protects corrupt officer in Mossel Bay despite of court ruling

Although he has already been convicted of fraud, corruption, money laundering and violations of the Municipal Finance Management Act in a court, Marius Botha, Mossel Bay’s chief financial officer, is still in his post. The DA manages this municipality, and now it appears that they try to protect Botha despite the court ruling and the […]
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