I’ve said it before that Justice Minister Lamola together with Police Minister Bheki Cele knows about this Phala Phala farmgate. Paragraph 14 of the statement by the Namibian authorities directly implicates Justice Minister Ronald Lamola. The Minister of Justice is highly involved with the matters of Interpol jurisdictions.
The truth is, our justice system is on life support under the leadership of Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, the NPA Boss Batohi, the Justice Minister Lamola, and Police Minister Bheki Cele. The whole judiciary has been turned on becoming the president bodyguards/protectors. The Buffalo and Hippo are ready to defend each other no matter how it takes!
Panyaza Lesufi has assumed control of the rules as the new Gauteng ANC boss. He beat his opponent Lebogang Maile in a firmly tried fight. Lesufi beat Lebogang Maile by 32 votes. The furiously tried political decision is likewise being definitely watched by ANC money related official general Paul Mashatile and esteem serve Ronald Lamola.
ANCNEC Member @RonaldLamola says he will not listen to people who tell him to wait and not contest for a Top 6 position in the ANC. “Mbalula, Febe, Gigaba and Lulu Johnson were made to wait and are still waiting” This one is going to jail, he is being used to protect the President, and they promised him DP position, he won't see it.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/06/21/lamola-there-s-been-no-request-from-namibia-over-phala-phala-burglary-suspect?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Justice Minister Ronald Lamola expressed that there had been no particular solicitation for help from the Namibian experts comparable to one of the suspects supposedly behind the robbery of money from President Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala ranch quite a while back.
Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola has been waiting for a long time for the Gupta brothers to be arrested at their home in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This happened this week. But Lamola knew that the process to extradite Atul and Rajesh Gupta would be a long legal battle as soon as his office got official word from his counterpart in the UAE and from the department of international relations and cooperation.
The South African Justice Ministry threw Inspector General Sebastian under the bus by denying that Namibia ever asked if a robbery on Cyril Ramaphosa's farm was registered. In an alarming statement last week, said they released the suspected masterminds of Ramaphosa's farm heist after South Africans went silent when asked if a case had been registered.
The Phala Phala farm theft in 2020 committed against President Cyril Ramaphosa was revealed after the Namibian Police Force (NPF) made a statement. The NPF declaration implicates Ronald Lamola, minister of justice and correctional services. Following Mr. Imanuwela David's detention, the NPF claims to have formally requested confirmation or denial from the South African Ministry of Justice as to whether or not David was a victim of crime.
https://www.facebook.com/136956534616/posts/pfbid0NPawa8Fsoke85xET9fLE4BQJ3qJE2fa5zmhwzAYhnyVdU9w5MXr25cdKGiNzagdHl/?app=fbl Lamola raises his hand, indicating that the ANC is more effective when young people are in positions of leadership. According to ANC NEC member Ronald Lamola, South Africans cannot replicate the past's indiscriminate racism in any form. An image taken from a document
The South African Justice ministry has thrown Inspector General Sebastian under the bus, by vehemently denying that no request ever came from Namibia asking if a case of robbery on Cyril Ramaphosa’s farm had been registered. in an explosive statement last week, disclosed that they ended up releasing the assets of the alleged masterminds of Ramaphosa’s farm robbery after South Africans went silent when asked if a case had been registered in SA.
https://www.iol.co.za/capetimes/news/lamola-hits-out-at-eff-for-attacking-institutions-of-democracy-49007bb8-842d-4c99-b0d5-e38e83919e62?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1652858442 Talking during the smaller than normal discussion on the financial plan of the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Lamola said tragically a few MPs kept on going after the foundations of a majority rules system. Story go on beneath Advertisement
The arrest of the Gupta brothers at their home in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) earlier this week is something Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola has long been waiting for. But from the moment his office received formal communication from his counterpart in the UAE and from the department of international relations and cooperation, Lamola knew that the process to extradite Atul and Rajesh Gupta would be a protracted legal battle.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/05/23/racist-incident-in-stellenbosch-akin-to-urinating-on-the-constitution-lamola?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter CAPE TOWN - With the focal point of an episode of bigotry at Stellenbosch University, Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola has repeated the country's Constitution is a common agreement restricting residents to make a comprehensive South Africa. Lamola offered the comments while conveying the feature address at the primary day of the National Conference to Commemorate the twentieth commemoration of the third World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance.
SOUTH AFRICA Government will oppose bail for Gupta brothers, says justice minister Lamola After the two Gupta brothers were arrested in Dubai earlier this month, SA would fight any plea for bail. Photo from the archive. According to Ronald Lamola, minister of justice and correctional services, SA will oppose any request for release made by Atul and Rajesh Gupta following their arrests in Dubai earlier this month.
Ronald Lamola does not want to be left behind, he has launched his campaign to become ANC deputy president in Mabuza's stronghold. The minister of Justice and Correctional Services Ronald Lamola has launched his campaign for the position of deputy president in his home in Mpumalanga. Lamola is one of the staunch friends of president Ramaphosa and is regarded as a possible contender for the deputy president position.
What a student from Stellenbosch University has done is not only an insult to the fellow student who is a victim, but an insult to all Africans since we are cherishing the spirit of ubuntu this month. Such a behaviour should be harshly discouraged with no mercy whatsoever.
https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/south-africa/2022-06-06-ancs-ehlanzeni-region-backs-lamola-for-deputy-president/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1654495310 The Mpumalanga ANC's greatest area, Ehlanzeni, has supported equity and restorative administrations serve Ronald Lamola to challenge the appointee administration at the ANC public elective gathering in December. Administrator of the Ehlanzeni area, Jackie Masiye, told ANC individuals going to the Walter Sisulu remembrance address that the district was behind President Cyril Ramaphosa and Lamola.
JUSTICE and Constitutional Development Minister Ronald Lamola JUSTICE and Constitutional Development Minister Ronald Lamola has denounced the racist incidences that continue to raise their ugly heads in several high schools throughout Mzansi, as well as the latest one at the University of Stellenbosch. Speaking at the department’s budget vote on Tuesday, 17 May, Lamola urged on the institution to leave no stone unturned in examining the event.
Prisoners generating their own food is expected to save R163 million in the coming year, according to the Department of Correctional Services. On Thursday, Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola told parliament that due to a lack of government resources, convicts in some jails were growing their own vegetables and meat as part of a departmental self-sufficiency strategy framework that also includes a restorative justice component.
Extortion, debasement and tax evasion allegations against the three were dropped by the Pretoria Specialized Commercial Crimes Court Thursday. The 36-year-old Meropa Sechabeng Technology CC financial specialist Velero David, the 49-year-old former leader chief for IT in the region, and the 46-year-old former district ICT supervisor Andrew Mphushomadi were all found guilty by the court.