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POLITICS

Mzansi turned their back on Julius Malema after he said this about President Cyril

If Ramaphosa's role in the report regarding Glencore and Eskom is not central, then we cannot accept the entire @StateCaptureCom report. This time, please accept our apologies Someone tweeted, "For whose purpose could you say you are talking?" to EFF founder Julius Malema.

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Mzansi turned their back on Julius Malema after he said this about President Cyril

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Big payday for Glencore shareholders after coal bonanza

A huge pay day is on the cards for Glencore shareholders after a coal boom. Glencore CEO Gary Nagle said on Thursday that of the industrial business, which includes all mining activity, coal was the “stand out” performer. But Nagle said that the energy crisis, which has resulted in “exceptionally strong” coal prices, will not see the business divert from plans “to reduce and responsibly run down our coal business”.

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Big payday for Glencore shareholders after coal bonanza

ECONOMY-FINANCE

5 Revenue generators in South Africa

The five largest businesses in South Africa, according to market capitalization PLC Glencore (R676 bn) BHP Group Plc (R730 bn) American British Tobacco Plc (R1245 bn) Naspers Ltd. (R1519 bn) Brewery Anheuser-Busch (R2117 bn) Market capitalization for Annheuser Busch Inbev (ANH) is R2117 billion.

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5 Revenue generators in South Africa

POLITICS

“15 February 2018 a Political Mistake Happened” — An EFF Chieftain Laments

An EFF chieftain and heavyweight has said that the country made a mistake politically. He also shared the picture of a look alike of President Cyril Ramaphosa. He wrote, “15 February 2018 a political mistake happened”. Several people have been heaping criticisms on the president due to numerous issues happening in the country, especially of recent due to the phala phala saga, the Glencore scandals and a host of others.

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“15 February 2018 a Political Mistake Happened” — An EFF Chieftain Laments

MILITARY

Grindrod Drops The Bomb, Says Ramaphosa Was In change of Deployment During State Capture

A social critic and social media political analyst, Simon Grindrod has said that the president cannot be totally exonerated from the state capture because he was in charge of the ANC Cadre deployment during the said period. Mr Grindrod said that those who are searching for the people involved in state capture should search no further, saying that president Cyril Ramaphosa is very much involved in it.

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Grindrod Drops The Bomb, Says Ramaphosa Was In change of Deployment During State Capture

POLITICS

“Explain to us Your Involvement in Glencore” — Dave Gaybba Tells Ramaphosa

One of the most vocal critics of President Cyril Ramaphosa, Dave Gaybba has told President Cyril Ramaphosa to explain to the nation his involvement in Glencore. Dave Gaybba has also in the past urged South Africans to make sure that Glencore is trending every day the way Phala phala is trending.

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“Explain to us Your Involvement in Glencore” — Dave Gaybba Tells Ramaphosa

POLITICS

SA attack Mbeki for saying, he urges SA not to allow state capture to happen again, see reactions

Mbeki urges South Africans not to allow state capture to happen again. Mr Mbeki do you know the man on your left hand side of you. It seems as Guptaz but bekoz of Mbeki being string and discipline, they didn't get the chance of capture ring him, do your research well.

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SA attack Mbeki for saying, he urges SA not to allow state capture to happen again, see reactions

POLITICS

SA attack JohnDeed for saying Cyril was implicated in state capture with two witnesses see reactions

Two witnesses accuse Ramaphosa of state capture. I requested Commission to phone him with inquiries. Even Concourt! Nobody asked. Why doesn't the media inquire why an indicted president gets a Zondo report? False witnesses were ignored. You were disregarded because you're like adv.

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SA attack JohnDeed for saying Cyril was implicated in state capture with two witnesses see reactions

ECONOMY-FINANCE

"Anyone Who Says There Was State Capture At Eskom Is Simply Covering Up For Glencore" -Koko Matshela

Due to its business dealings, Glencore was found in an offline position in the United States and fined heavily. As a result, South Africans began to trust Brian Molefe's claims before the State Capture Inquiry that Glencore, a massive firm that controls the prices of minerals, oil, and metals, collaborated with President Cyril Ramaphosa to extract money from Eskom.

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POLITICS

“Explain to us Your Involvement in Glencore” — Dave Gaybba Tells Ramaphosa

One of the most vocal academics of President Cyril Ramaphosa, Dave Gaybba has urged President Cyril Ramaphosa to understand for the country his relationship in Glencore. Dave Gaybba has in much the same way in the past encouraged South Africans to ensure that Glencore is moving dependably the way phala is moving.

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“Explain to us Your Involvement in Glencore” — Dave Gaybba Tells Ramaphosa

POLITICS

"What I Love About Ramaphosa Is That He Never Lets Negativity Weigh Him Down" -Man Shares

Source: https://twitter.com/VusiSambo/status/1539308908832927745?t=Vry3KODnLFqCjeVcOlj-zQ&s=19 President Cyril Ramaphosa has been going through a ton of public analysis recently. It, right off the bat, was Glencore, then the heist at his confidential homestead and presently supporting a 3 percent pay increment for parliamentarians and other high ranking representatives.

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POLITICS

"What I Love About Ramaphosa Is That He Never Lets Negativity Weigh Him Down" -Man Shares

There has been a lot of backlash against President Cyril Ramaphosa recently. First there was Glencore, then there was the theft from his personal farm, and now it's the approval of a 3% raise in pay for lawmakers and other high-ranking officials. Furthermore, many people no longer have faith in Ramaphosa's capacity to rally the ANC against the use of public funds to finance individual political campaigns.

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POLITICS

"What I Love About Ramaphosa Is That He Never Lets Negativity Weigh Him Down" -Man Shares

President Cyril Ramaphosa has been the target of a great deal of criticism as of late. Due to the stress of the Glencore crisis and the loss from his personal farm, he has agreed to a 3% boost in compensation for legislators and other high-ranking officials. Additionally, many people have lost faith in Ramaphosa's ability to unite the ANC in opposition to the use of taxpayer dollars to fund private political campaigns.

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POLITICS

"What I Love About Ramaphosa Is That He Never Lets Negativity Weigh Him Down" -Man Shares

Recently, President Cyril Ramaphosa has been the target of much criticism from the general population. First there was Glencore, then there was the theft from his personal farm, and now it's the approval of a 3% raise in pay for legislators and other high-ranking officials.

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JUSTICE

Opinion - The judge has failed his task with flying colours.

A day before Zondo hands over his Glencore-less report, this happens. The judge has failed his task with flying colors. By Thomas Biesheuvel and Katharine Gemmell. 21 June 2022, 14:28 GMT+2 Updated on 21 June 2022, 14:54 GMT+2 Glencore has pleaded in a London court after the UK's Serious Fraud Office found the commodity giant paid more than $28 million in bribes across five African countries

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Opinion - The judge has failed his task with flying colours.

POLITICS

"What I love about Ramaphosa is that he never lets negativity weigh him down” -Vusi Sambo

There has been a lot of backlash against President Cyril Ramaphosa recently. It started with Glencore, then there was the theft from his personal farm, and now he has approved a 3% raise in pay for legislators and other high-ranking officials. And many people no longer believe that Ramaphosa will successfully rally the ANC to oppose using taxpayer dollars to finance partisan campaigns.

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JUSTICE

SA attack JohnDeed for saying Cyril was implicated in state capture with two witnesses see reactions

Ramaphosa is implicated in state capture by at least 2 witnesses. I also asked Commission to call him to answer specific questions. I even went to Concourt. They didn't ask him. Why is media not asking why implicated Pres receives Zondo report which should judge him?

  1 month ago ago
SA attack JohnDeed for saying Cyril was implicated in state capture with two witnesses see reactions

ECONOMY-FINANCE

"Anyone Who Says There Was State Capture At Eskom Is Simply Covering Up For Glencore" -Koko Matshela

Source: https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1542863943965753345?t=TYYvKwHNFvpcE1gJ0_qOPQ&s=19 Glencore was caught in an offline position in the United States due to its business deals and received a hefty fine. As a result, South Africans started to believe the allegations made by Brian Molefe at the State Capture Inquiry that Glencore, a huge company that is behind the prices of minerals, oil, and metals, worked with President Cyril Ramaphosa to extort money from Eskom.

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POLITICS

Zondo's words when he handed the final state capture report

We had heard enough about the state capture report that has not led to any major procecutions we are still dealing with the Phala-phala farm gate now, if Glencore is not implicated there then it's just a fairytale they cannot toe the line in SA but admitted to bribing government official in 5 African states.

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Zondo's words when he handed the final state capture report

POLITICS

Grindrod Claims Ramaphosa Was On Deployment Change During State Capture

Simon Grindrod, a social critic and social media political analyst, says the president can't be exonerated from state capture because he oversaw ANC Cadre deployment at the time. Mr. Grindrod said individuals looking for those involved in state capture should look no further than president Cyril Ramaphosa.

  1 month ago ago
Grindrod Claims Ramaphosa Was On Deployment Change During State Capture