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Gogo Aubrey has dropped another BIG bombshell

Aubrey Matshiqi is a Financial Mail rated political analyst for the second year in a row. He is also one of South Africa’s most in-demand speakers on the subject of the political state of our nation. He was a Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Policy studies (CPS) in Johannesburg until March 2011, and was a research fellow at the Helen Suzman Foundation until December 2016.

  10 months ago ago
Gogo Aubrey has dropped another BIG bombshell

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Fikile Mbalula Sends Warning To a Media Group, Accuses Them Of publishing Wrong Information

The minister of Transportation and president Cyril Ramaphosa's right-hand man, Mr Fikile Mbalula aka Mr Fix has warned the Financial Mail to stop publishing wrong information about PRASA, and the ministry of Transportation entirely. He accused the newspaper of publishing an erroneous article which according to him was earlier published by Sunday Times, and they were corrected.

  2 months ago ago
Fikile Mbalula Sends Warning To a Media Group, Accuses Them Of publishing Wrong Information

POLITICS

Thuli Madonsela have some advice for Ramaphosa ahead of SONA. OPINION

Previous public protector Thuli Madonsela says President Cyril Ramaphosa's condition of the country address (Sona) should zero in additional on change. Ramaphosa is set to convey the location on February 10 when he will diagram government's arrangements for the year, consider and represent programs set out in the past Sona, and react to social, political and financial issues.

  3 months ago ago
Thuli Madonsela have some advice for Ramaphosa ahead of SONA. OPINION

ECONOMY-FINANCE

All Eyes On Gwede Mantashe After This Happened

Link:https://www.news24.com/fin24/economy/sa-is-praised-for-being-short-sighted-about-gas-and-oil-mantashe-20220225 Desires for South Africa to be "an island of heavenly messengers" with regards to asset extraction will see the nation float into destitution, Mineral Resources and Energy Minister, Gwede Mantashe has cautioned. Talking at the National Energy exchange, facilitated by the Central Energy Fund in organization with Financial Mail and Mkokeli Advisory, on Friday Mantashe said revelations of gas in the Outeniqua bowl seaward of Mossel Bay is proof that South Africa has gas and conceivably even oil assets, likened to those critical assets found in adjoining Mozambique and as of late in Namibia.

  2 months ago ago
All Eyes On Gwede Mantashe After This Happened

POLITICS

In Shock || Barney Mthombothi Reveals What ANC’s Defeat Could Be To South Africa

Many South Africans have wished that the ANC stops ruling in South Africa, including Barney Mthombothi, a columnist for the Sunday Times, and a former editor of the Financial Mail and the Kwazulu-Natal-based Sunday Tribune. In his recent publication, he said the defeat of the ANC could be its saving grace.

  5 months ago ago
In Shock || Barney Mthombothi Reveals What ANC’s Defeat Could Be To South Africa

JUSTICE

Zuma tax records ruling

The court deciding that previous president Jacob Zuma hand over charge data has provoked a whirlwind of public discussion over citizen classification – quite a bit of it scaremonger and wrong. amaBhungane, one of the gatherings for the situation, handles the misinterpretations about the judgment. Expense records are perceived to be private.

  5 months ago ago
Zuma tax records ruling

POLITICS

Jacob Zuma Left Everyone Speechless After He Said This

Link:https://twitter.com/ewnupdates/status/1461205049108054016?t=xfcQMGW45hojCib_OoeGmw&s=08 COURT GRANTING ACCESS TO ZUMA TAX RECORDS HAS IMPLICATIONS FOR SARS - JZF The High Court in Pretoria decided that analytical news coverage unit amaBhungane and business magazine, Financial Mail, should be permitted admittance to previous President Jacob Zuma's assessment history for the years somewhere in the range of 2010 and 2018.

  6 months ago ago
Jacob Zuma Left Everyone Speechless After He Said This

POLITICS

Bad news received by Jacob Zuma supporters

The court deciding that previous president Jacob Zuma hand over charge data has provoked a whirlwind of public discussion over citizen classification – quite a bit of it doomsayer and wrong. amaBhungane, one of the gatherings for the situation, handles the misinterpretations about the judgment. Duty records are perceived to be private.

  5 months ago ago
Bad news received by Jacob Zuma supporters

POLITICS

More Bad News For Jacob Zuma After This Was Revealed To The Public

https://ewn.co.za/2021/11/18/court-granting-access-to-zuma-tax-records-has-implications-for-sars-jzf?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - The Jacob Zuma Foundation isn't content with the current week's court administering conceding two media houses admittance to the previous president's assessment records. The High Court in Pretoria decided that insightful news coverage unit amaBhungane and business magazine, Financial Mail, should be permitted admittance to Zuma's duty history for the years somewhere in the range of 2010 and 2018.

  6 months ago ago
More Bad News For Jacob Zuma After This Was Revealed To The Public

POLITICS

SARS Fights to keep Zuma’s Tax records Secret.

Public versus private interest: Sars battles to keep quiet 'The judgment as it as of now stands, whenever left unchallenged, would sabotage the sacred rule of the secrecy of citizen data,' says the Sars chief. The South African Revenue Service (Sars) has documented their papers with the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) in a bid to pursue a high court administering identifying with previous president Jacob Zuma's duty records.

  5 months ago ago
SARS Fights to keep Zuma’s Tax records Secret.

POLITICS

Bad news received by Jacob Zuma

JOHANNESBURG - The Jacob Zuma Foundation isn't happy with the current week's court directing giving two media houses permission to the past president's obligation records. The High Court in Pretoria concluded that logical detailing unit amaBhungane and business magazine, Financial Mail, ought to be allowed permission to Zuma's cost history for the years some place in the scope of 2010 and 2018.

  6 months ago ago
Bad news received by Jacob Zuma

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Everyone's Eyes On Gwede Mantashe After This Happened

Link:https://www.news24.com/fin24/economy/sa-is-commended for-being-childish about-gas-and-oil-mantashe-20220225 Longings for South Africa to be "an island of angels" concerning resource extraction will see the country float into desperation, Mineral Resources and Energy Minister, Gwede Mantashe has forewarned. Talking at the National Energy trade, worked with by the Central Energy Fund in association with Financial Mail and Mkokeli Advisory, on Friday Mantashe said disclosures of gas in the Outeniqua bowl toward the ocean of Mossel Bay is evidence that South Africa has gas and possibly even oil resources, compared to those basic resources found in abutting Mozambique and actually in Namibia.

  2 months ago ago
Everyone's Eyes On Gwede Mantashe After This Happened

POLITICS

Good news received by Jacob Zuma supporters

Jacob Zuma and the Foundation which bears his name have given their reaction to a court mandate, which constrains SARS to share the previous president's duty records with two media houses. What's in Jacob Zuma's expense records? The Financial Mail and amaBhungane have been allowed admittance to Jacob Zuma's assessment action, as they bid to forensically dissect how Msholozi went through his cash while responsible for South Africa.

  6 months ago ago
Good news received by Jacob Zuma supporters

POLITICS

Bad news received by Zuma supporters

JOHANNESBURG - The Jacob Zuma Foundation isn't content with the current week's court administering giving two media houses admittance to the previous president's duty records. The High Court in Pretoria decided that analytical reporting unit amaBhungane and business magazine, Financial Mail, should be permitted admittance to Zuma's expense history for the years somewhere in the range of 2010 and 2018.

  6 months ago ago
Bad news received by Zuma supporters

POLITICS

Once More Zuma Finds Himself In a Mess

Former president Jacob Zuma is "making sense of various developments", after the North Gauteng High Court ruling that media houses may access his tax records. This week, High Court Judge Norman Davis ordered the South African Revenue Services (SARS), to hand over the tax returns of Zuma to the Financial Mail and amaBhungane within 10 days.

  6 months ago ago
Once More Zuma Finds Himself In a Mess

POLITICS

Zuma is making moves

The High Court in Pretoria decided that insightful news-casting unit amaBhungane and business magazine, Financial Mail, should be permitted admittance to previous President Jacob Zuma's duty history for the years somewhere in the range of 2010 and 2018. JOHANNESBURG - The Jacob Zuma Foundation isn't content with the current week's court administering allowing two media houses admittance to the previous president's expense records.

  6 months ago ago
Zuma is making moves

POLITICS

Zuma tax records: Msholozi vows to make his move ‘when the time is right’

Jacob Zuma and the Foundation which bears his name have given their response to a court command, which obliges SARS to share the past president's obligation records with two media houses. What's in Jacob Zuma's cost records? The Financial Mail and amaBhungane have been permitted induction to Jacob Zuma's evaluation activity, as they bid to forensically analyze how Msholozi went through his money while answerable for South Africa.

  6 months ago ago
Zuma tax records: Msholozi vows to make his move ‘when the time is right’

JUSTICE

Zuma tax records ruling: Why the ensuing panic over taxpayer confidentiality is misconceived

The court concluding that past president Jacob Zuma hand over charge information has incited a tornado of public conversation over resident order – a considerable amount of it doomsayer and wrong. amaBhungane, one of the social affairs for the circumstance, handles the misinterpretations about the judgment. Obligation records are seen to be private.

  5 months ago ago
Zuma tax records ruling: Why the ensuing panic over taxpayer confidentiality is misconceived

JUSTICE

Court granting access to Zuma tax records has implications for Sars

JOHANNESBURG - The Jacob Zuma Foundation isn't content with the current week's court guiding giving two media houses consent to the past president's commitment records. The High Court in Pretoria presumed that intelligent enumerating unit amaBhungane and business magazine, Financial Mail, should be permitted consent to Zuma's expense history for the years some spot in the extent of 2010 and 2018.

  6 months ago ago
Court granting access to Zuma tax records has implications for Sars

POLITICS

Good news reported for Jacob Zuma

The court ruling that former president Jacob Zuma gives up tax data has prompted a flurry of public debate over taxpayer confidentiality – a great deal of it alarmist and wrong. AmaBhungane, one of the events inside the case, tackles the misconceptions about the judgment. The tax information is understood to be private.

  5 months ago ago
Good news reported for Jacob Zuma