Opinion : Madikizela’s Election In EC Will Be A Booster For Dr Zweli Mkhize’s Presidential Ambitions
The choosing and endorsement of possible candidates for ANC is making its rounds all over the country, Babalo Madikizela has received another thumps up to lead ANC Eastern Cape. Madikizela boosts Zweli Mkhize's wish to become the next ANC president as these two are long-time political associates.
In connection with monies intended for Winnie Madikizela-memorial Mandela's service, a criminal case has been filed against Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane, who is also the ANC's Eastern Cape leader, and Public Works MEC Babalo Madikizela. The action was started by EFF chairman in the Eastern Cape, Yazini Tetyana, after a report by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane revealed that the two politicians received R1.1 million earmarked for a memorial service.
Corruption accused ANC heavyweight in the Eastern Cape province and it's Premier will finally have his day in court. The High Court in Bhisho in the Eastern Cape is expected to hear the matter involving premier Oscar Mabuyane, Public Works MEC Babalo Madikizela, in which they are interdicting the Hawks from investigating them.
ANC public chief board of trustees part Zweli Mkhize's nearby partner, Babalo Madikizela, has gotten one more underwriting to lead the overseeing party in the Eastern Cape. Madikizela's support will come as a certainty supporter for Mkhize's official desires with the two being long-term political partners.
https://realjobs.co.za/ Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane has taken a step forward in his fight to maintain his job by filing an urgent appeal in the Bhisho High Court against Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane, in which he is publicly contesting her findings against him. Mabuyane, Eastern Cape Public Works MEC Babalo Madikizela, and the provincial ANC itself benefitted to the tune of R450 000, R350 000, and R280 000, respectively, from R1.1 million looted from the old Mbizana Local Municipality, according to a report released last Friday by Mkhwebane (now known as the Winnie Madikizela-Mandela Municipality).
Busisiwe Mkhwebane Finds More Skeletons In the Closet Of ANC Officials Who Benefited Over A Million From Madikizela Funeral Date: 2021/10/19 Busisiwe Is has made very important findings of the African National Congress member in the Eastern Cape at the Winnie Madikizela Funeral the companies that allegedly benefited belonged to Oscar Mabuyane, who is the Premier of the Eastern Cape, and the MEC Babalo Madikizela is another one who has a criminal case opened against them after Busisiwe Mkhwebane made the findings.
Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane has hit back at Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane following her dooming report which involves him in the plundering of assets implied for a dedication administration of late battle symbol Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. Mabuyane, talking on Sunday during the ANC's political race trail in the Eastern Cape, scrutinized Mkhwebane's wellness to hold office, saying South Africans should have been shielded from her ineptitude.
Public Protector Busi Mkhwebane's recent report opened a can of worms and lifted the lid on millions that went missing at Mbizana municipality. It's been two years now since allegations against premier Oscar Mabuyane, MEC Babalo Madikizela and the ANC surfaced over the money. Politically connected businessman Lonwabo Bam came forward in 2019, saying he had submitted a R1.1m invoice to the Mbizana municipality though he had not done work for it.
R2.2 million is a lot of money and it is the sort of money that warrants accountability. But not he case of under fire premier Oscar Mabuyane, a R2.2 million donation has returned to haunt him and his staff. In his affidavit to the Bhisho high court, which was filed last month but leaked on Wednesday, Mabuyane accuses Baphelele Mhlaba of allegedly facilitating a R2.2m donation from Limpopo-based businessman Masilo Phala.
Busisiwe Is has made vital discoveries of the African National Congress part in the Eastern Cape at the Winnie Madikizela Funeral the organizations that supposedly benefited had a place with Oscar Mabuyane, who is the Premier of the Eastern Cape, and the MEC Babalo Madikizela is another who has a criminal argument opened against them after Busisiwe Mkhwebane made the discoveries.
The Public Protector is disappointed at comments attributed to the African National Congress (ANC) in the Eastern Cape following findings that Premier Oscar Mabuyane, MEC Babalo Madikizela and the provincial ANC itself benefited to the tune of R450 000, R350 000 and R280 000, respectively from R1.1million siphoned out of the coffers of the provincial government.
Premier Oscar Mabuyane's bid to clear his name is intensifying. The politician has vowed to clear his name and professed that he never stole any money. Mabuyane, who is expected to seek a second term as provincial chair at the conference, and public works MEC Babalo Madikizela were allegedly linked to a money-siphoning scheme of R1.1m — money meant for the memorial of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in 2018.
The Office of the Public Protector says it is "disillusioned" with the Eastern Cape ANC's cases that its cursing report against the region's Premier, Oscar Mabuyane, for sporadically profiting from a delicate was coordinated to concur with the commonplace ANC's political race. In an assertion gave on Tuesday, the representative for the Office of the Public Protector, Oupa Segalwe, said the charges were "unjustifiable".
Oscar Mabuyane he does this because he is innocent or he is someone who wants to change like Magashule see why I say this Oscar Mabuyane fight for his political life. Last Friday, Mkhwebane released a report in which she found that Mabuyane, Eastern Cape Public Works MEC Babalo Madikizela and the provincial ANC itself had benefited to the tune of R450 000, R350 000 and R280 000, respectively, from R1.1 million.
People want answers before making it to the voting polls, Eastern Cape premier Oscar Mabuyane was put on a tight corner by media in connection with allegations pinned on him. Recent claims against Eastern Cape Premier many believe it will influence voters in the upcoming elections Government elections.
The President of the EFF Julius Malema has his blades out for ANC fat cat , Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane. Malema needs the ANC to fire Mabuyane after he required a stage down during his party's political race in Bloemhof in the North West. Mabuyane alongside Public Works MEC Babalo Madikizela and the Provincial ANC are embroiled in the supposed misappropriation of R1.1 million implied for the remembrance administration of the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in 2018.
A public spat has erupted between the ANC in the Eastern Cape and the office of advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane over the public protector’s recent report implicating the party and two of the province’s top political heavyweights in possible corrupt activities. The party, which accuses the public protector of playing into ANC factional battles in how she handled the case involving their provincial chair, premier Oscar Mabuyane, and provincial treasurer, public works & infrastructure MEC Babalo Madikizela, on Tuesday questioned Mkhwebane’s office for releasing her report just days before local government elections.
Oscar Mabuyane was born on 24 February 1974. He is a South African politician who has been serving as the 7th premier of Eastern Cape since May 2019. He became a member of Eastern Cape legislature in February 2018. He is a member of ANC. Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has made damning findings against Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane for irregularly benefiting from the the R1.1 million tender that was meant for the memorial service of the struggle icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.Mabuyane has instructed his lawyers to take the report on judicial review for remedial action.
EFF pioneer Julius Malema has approached Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane to venture down, bombing which, the ANC should fire him. Malema settled on the decision during his party's political race in Bloemhof in the North West. Mabuyane, Public Works MEC Babalo Madikizela and the common ANC are ensnared in the supposed misappropriation of R1.1 million implied for the remembrance administration of the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in 2018.
The Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, has found Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane guilty of improperly profiting from an R1.1 million tender for Winnie Madikizela-memorial Mandela's service. Mabuyane, on the other hand, has asked his lawyers to seek judicial review of the findings and to halt any remedial action.