List of corrupt politicians in South Africa The Demo-cray gave us nothing but a bunch of corrupt politicians who feed on taxpayers' money without hesitation. During these 3 decades of domecray, we have seen more politicians changing departments positions, one person moving from department of sport, art, and culture to minister of transport.
The Demo-insane gave us just a ton of savage administrators who feed on residents' money without even batting an eye. During these thirty years of domecray, we have seen greater government authorities changing divisions positions, one individual moving from part of game, workmanship, and culture to priest of transport.
Retired Justice Sisi Khampepe says she has, "... not found a semblance of persuasive argument", against not accepting her recommendations – delivered 16 years ago and ignored by government – against the disbanding of the Scorpions. "We possibly could not be talking of corruption as it is such a buzzword now had the Scorpions continued," The Directorate of Special Operations (DSO), popularly known as the Scorpions, was established in 1999 as a specialised unit of the National Prosecuting Authority and given the power to both investigate and prosecute high-level corruption and organised crime.
Zwelinzima Vavi has recently taken to Twitter to share a picture which showed all South African former police commissioners, since the dawn of democracy. And all the former police commissioners seems to have been unable to complete their term in office. In the picture which Zwelinzima Vavi has made it available on Twitter, Bheki Cele, Khehla Sithole, Jackie Selebi, Riah Phiyega and Khomotso Phahlane can be seen.
Cyril Ramaphosa decided to terminate the contract of Khehla Sithole as the police Commissioner. Sithole was surrounded by a cloud like his predecessors Jackie Selebi and Riah Phiyega, who has also failed to finish the term. Sithole’s contract was terminated “by mutual agreement by the President.
As everyone probably knows by now, after the appointment of Zuma as President in 2009, he dismantled Mbeki's SCORPIONS in favour for the formation of HAWKS The SCORPIONS were The Directorate of Special Operations(DSO) established by former President Thabo Mbeki on the 1st of September 1999.
“Cele Holds A Teacher’s Diploma Which Qualifies Him As A Pre-School Teacher” People Are In Disbelief
Jan Van Potgieter drops a bombshell about South Africa’s Minister of Police, Bhekokwakhe Hamilton Cele and the people are left in disbelief. Apparently, the only qualification he has is a diploma which qualifies him as a teacher of preschool kids. Bheki Cele was born in 1952, February the 22nd) he is currently the South African Minister of the Police and a member of the ANC.
Kelly Khumalo won't be doing anyone a favour but she will be doing justice for someone she once called a lover murdered in her presence years ago and the killers are yet to be found, she should have broken her silence years ago why did she have to wait to be accused, people who were in that house know the perpetrator but they are protecting him or her.
As everyone probably knows by now, after Mandela decided not to pursue a second term as President of the country, Mbeki was appointed as the 2nd President in a democratic South Africa. After seeing the massive corruption that took place under Mandela's watch, Mbeki vowed that wouldn't happen as long as he's President of the country.
As everyone probably knows by now, after the appointment of Zuma as the President of South Africa in 2009, he further dismantled Mbeki's SCORPIONS in favour for the formation of HAWKS back then. Before the dismantling of the SCORPIONS, they were The Directorate of Special Operations(DSO) established by former President Thabo Mbeki on the first of September 1999.
Pres Mbeki has always been an ambitious, change minded and determined leader he achieved a lot during his 15 years in the presidency, he has many detractors from the left and the right that's the nature of the job the legacy of pioneers is supposed to be controversial.
Image:(https://www.timeslive.co.za/sunday-times/sport/2018-07-28-is-irvin-khoza-still-the-right-man-to-lead-the-psl/) When Jackie Selebi took his police commissioner post in January 2000, Thabo Mbeki gave him a list of 24 people to investigate and root out during his term of office. At the top of the list, the ‘Iron Duke’/ Irvin Khoza, a local soccer boss and businessman was top of the list.
Contrary to what most people believe or have heard, the SCORPIONS weren't disbanded by Jacob Zuma but rather, former President Kgalema Motlante. This false news that Zuma is the one who crippled the SCORPIONS has been floating around the internet for a while now and it seems like people have now accepted it as a fact without doing much research.
https://twitter.com/dzumasambudla/status/1410828485656993792?s=21 A Facebook user caused a stir after posting this: "This thing of apartheid leaders who are not arrested by a democratic government can’t be used as a defense mechanism for Zuma’s arrest. Jacob Zuma served as Deputy President and two terms as the President he never attempted to arrest any of these apartheid leaders who committed crime against humanity.
OPINION| As He's Still Facing Trial For Corruption, It's In The Interest Of The Country To Free Zuma
Former President Jacob Zuma's continued imprisonment no longer makes sense especially considering the background of reports about his failing health and undergoing surgery. What's worse is the fact that he still has to face a criminal trial for fraud and theft therefore his contempt of court incarceration no longer serves any purpose.
One South Africa Movement pioneer Mmusi Maimane is looking for a full record of the choice to put Jacob Zuma on clinical parole Head of the One South Africa Movement pioneer Mmusi Maimane has named the choice to put previous president Jacob Zuma on clinical parole as sketchy, given the connections between him (Zuma) and Arthur Frasier, who is as of now the Department of Correctional Services' National Commissioner.
OPINION: The NPA must let Jacob Zuma go to court if he is innocent then let him enjoy his retirement
Let him go to court if he is innocent then let him enjoy his retirement, if he is guilty then let him face the consequences. It has gone long enough but the NPA likes saying it is ready, but when cases start they then ask for postponements Ask Ace.
The release of the former president Jacob Zuma has really left many people and many organizations in stitches. Some really can't believe that Zuma is out of prison. They literally wanted to see him serve15 months imprison. We have seen how people are now questioning the head of Correctional Service Arthur Fraser.
They say everyone is equal before the law, at least that is what the constitution is saying. But looking at how much little time the rich and well-known politicians one wonders. Many only stay a little in prison and get paroled. It started with Shabbir Shaik who spent little time in prison and he was out on medical parole.
Head of the One South Africa Movement pioneer Mmusi Maimane has named the choice to put previous president Jacob Zuma on clinical parole as problematic, given the connections between him (Zuma) and Arthur Frasier, who is presently the Department of Correctional Services' National Commissioner. The office affirmed on Sunday evening, 5 September 2021, that Zuma would leave jail and carry out the rest of his punishment at his Nkandla home.