Zimbabweans are flooding South African hospitals and some of these private hospitals in South Africa and in UK hired Zimbabwean nurses. And these people could have provided better health care service in their country if the government really cared about its people. I don't think that Zimbabwe doesn't have the money to provide for better health care service for their people by they just don't care.
During the impeachment inquiry that took place on Thursday in Parliament over former State Security Agency chief Busisiwe Mkhwebane's fitness to keep office while on suspension, a senior manager for the Public Protector was questioned about the dates of her contacts with Mkhwebane (SSA). After Baldwin Neshunzhi stated that Arthur Fraser called him because Mkhwebane did not feel supported enough, he was required by the inquiry to disclose the actual date on which he met Arthur Fraser.
According to insiders in the ruling party, President Cyril Ramaphosa has finally appeared before the ANC’s integrity committee. This was revealed by chairman of the committee, George Mashamba. The chairman revealed that the President met with the group of elders on Tuesday to discuss the Phala Phala game farm scandal, which many within the ANC claim has brought the governing party into disrepute.
The Presidency declared Justice Mandisa Maya to be the nation's next deputy chief justice on Monday morning. The position will be taken over by Maya, who is presently the president of the Supreme Court of Appeal, on September 1. The position fell available after President Cyril Ramaphosa named Justice Raymond Zondo chief justice, and only Maya was interviewed for it.
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A senior manager for the Public Protector was questioned about the dates of her meetings with Busisiwe Mkhwebane during the impeachment inquiry that took place Thursday in Parliament over the former head of the State Security Agency's ability to continue in office while on suspension (SSA). Following Baldwin Neshunzhi's claim that Arthur Fraser called him because Mkhwebane did not feel sufficiently supported, the investigation demanded that he reveal the the day on which he met Arthur Fraser.
According to Ramaphosa, Justice Maya's elevation to the Supreme Court would serve as a beacon of hope for thousands of young women. President Cyril Ramaphosa has named Justice Mandisa Muriel Lindelwa Maya, the current President of the Supreme Court of Appeal, as South Africa's Deputy Chief Justice.
Politics in this country have overtaken everything and this is why we now always hear that politicians are using the courts to fight political battles. Many are even saying that the judiciary is captured to align with a certain faction in the ruling party of the ANC. The courts are being unleashed on politicians to settle politics.
A whistle blower has come under the microscope after claiming that R1 million was blown on transport, alcohol and a workshop. The revelations were revealed by UDM councillor Nkosinathi Ndlodaka. Whistle-blower Ndlodaka will this week be hauled before the council’s public accounts committee to explain his allegations, which have been disputed by the municipality.
If stupidity had a face, Tembisa would be it. Unruly protesters in Tembisa want the mayor to come to their area to talk about services. This shows that the group is not aware that they have a ward committee where issues are discussed at all levels of planning, budgeting, quarterly reporting, and compensation.
The ANC doesn't consider itself bound by the Zondo Commission's finding that its cadre deployment policy is unconstitutional and contributed to state capture, or by the constitutional requirement of an independent public service. In a view contrary to that of the Zondo Commission, the ANC argues through an affidavit by its treasurer general Paul Mashatile that its policy of cadre deployment is not unconstitutional and it didn't foster corruption and state capture.
Premier Alan Winde of Western Cape has approved the Judicial Service Commission's proposal to suspend President of the Western Cape High Court Judge John Hlophe. Even though he voted in favor of the recommendation, Winde expressed optimism on Tuesday that President Cyril Ramaphosa will move quickly to implement it.
https://twitter.com/TimesLIVE/status/1551676922995871746?t=OQrViqiTncaO_HPyqUIrrQ&s=19 The judicial service commission will recommend that Head Cyril Ramaphosa suspend the president of the Western Cape judiciary, John Hlophe. At a meeting on Monday night, the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) resolved to recommend that President Cyril Ramaphosa suspend Western Cape judge president John Hlophe.
If foolishness had a face: Tembisa riots The unruly protestors in Tembisa are demanding that the mayor drive to their area for talks about services, t indicates that the group are not conversant with the fact that they have a ward committee where issues are presented at all levels of planning, budgeting, quarterly reporting and remuneration as is often the case, criminals are at hand to burn down service delivery offices in demanding service delivery the fiscus is broke these buildings will not be rebuilt in a hurry.
President Cyril Ramaphosa sought to appease his detractors as he put himself in a political lion's den at the ANC's KwaZulu-Natal conference on Sunday evening, after his allies suffered a massive loss to his opponents. With threats of being booed, protests and songs of praise for former president Jacob Zuma, Ramaphosa sought to affirm his grip on the party even after his allies, Sihle Zikalala and Mdumiseni Ntuli, were booted out by the opposing faction.
Kleinskool residents are fed up with the lack of service delivery that they have taken to the streets to make their grievances heard. Residents started blocking the road with rocks and burning tyres from about 5am. They claimed there was no service delivery in their community. Extension 35 informal settlement committee member Nadine Marais said they wanted their area to be cleaned. It was riddled with illegal dumping and RDP houses were crumbling. “Five years back, we were promised that our houses would
According to its head George Mashamba, President Cyril Ramaphosa has finally appeared before the ANC's integrity committee. On Tuesday, Ramaphosa met with the elders to discuss the Phala Phala game farm controversy, which many ANC members believe has damaged their organization's reputation. Mashamba stated, "He did appear before the commission the day before yesterday," adding that the organization would contact Ramaphosa for an additional appearance following the national policy conference, which is this weekend.
The Judicial Service Commission's recommendation to suspend Judge John Hlophe, president of the Western Cape High Court, has been granted by Premier Alan Winde of the Western Cape. Winde expressed hope on Tuesday that President Cyril Ramaphosa will act soon to follow the suggestion even though he voted in support of it.
The presidency on Monday annouced that President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed the President Judge of the Supreme court of appeal to deputise Judge Zondo as the Deputy Chief justice. Judge Maya was recommended by the Judicial Service Commission to be the Chief Justice but President Cyril Ramapahosa decided to appoint the then Acting Chief Justice Zondo.
Zondo's Interview Is Met With Criticism From The African National Congress Support For president Cyril Ramaphosa's appointment of Lieutenant Presiding Judge Raymond Zondo, various sectors of society have expressed their unwavering support for the larger, better superiors who is ready to get things accomplished. The ANC has also broken their silence on the appointment, in the most welcoming of tones.