Zondo recommended that Members of Parliament who blow the whistle on corruption must be protected from purging by their parties. ANC led by Ramaphosa suspended this whistleblower. Purging MPs who blow the whistle is State Capture. What exactly did he whistle blow about? He didn't release the recording, he did nothing besides write a letter to Scopa.
Zondo said that lawmakers who expose corruption should be shielded from expulsion from their political parties. The Ramaphosa-led ANC expelled this whistleblower. State Capture includes the purge of lawmakers who speak out against corruption. Just what did he blow the whistle on? Instead of releasing the recording, he merely wrote a letter to Scopa.
Topic: "Stay with your clever mind “, says angry Bantu Holomisa Things got boiled out when the founder and president of the United Democratic Movement (UDM) General Bantu Holomisa when he was challenged on his view about what had happened between SCOPA and Eskom board member Busisiwe Mavuso.
Hlengwa's apology to Mavuso is not enough because he humiliated her in public for speaking the truth
OPINION Chairperson of Parliament’s finance watchdog the Standing Committee on Public Accounts Mkhuleko Hlengwa, will tender an apology to Eskom board member Busisiwe Mavuso after a heated confrontation over the state owned power utility. Mr SCOPA chairman, you are extremely naive to think that politics do not come into play in any parliamentary oversight committee, nay it is what drives each committee through its will to enforce the majority agenda we have seen this time and time again in various oversight committees, your response to justified criticism was childish and bullying to the extreme.
Theme: "Remain with your smart psyche ", says irate Bantu Holomisa Things got bubbled out when the pioneer and leader of the United Democratic Movement (UDM) General Bantu Holomisa when he was tested on his view about what had occurred among SCOPA and Eskom board part Busisiwe Mavuso.
https://twitter.com/ThembaGodi_/status/1525007377661059073?t=kBI3yMhuEqolR4Tp1Hog0Q&s=19 Apparently the former chairperson of Scopa and also former member of the National Assembly Themba Godi engaged in March which aimed at addressing the ongoing crisis of load-shedding. And Themba Godi dubbed the March as "Eskom March". However, Themba Godi has taken Twitter to indicate that the minister of Public enterprises Mr Pravin Gordon appeared on eNCA last night where he (Mr Pravin Gordon) downplayed the concerns of the March which was led by Themba Godi.
Dr Phophi Ramathuba rocked a natural Afro hair while appearing before Scopa on the outcome of Audit.
South African politicians have moved away from the old look when reporting for government duty. One would think they are heading to a very important company the way they dress. The most energetic and outspoken Dr Phophi Ramathuba is always looking amazing. Today her department was appearing before Scopa.
"The Gupta story is an old tired nonsense" Yengeni tells former Scopa Chairperson after he said this
https://twitter.com/ThembaGodi_/status/1518586816835866629?t=Ln5EVfoJPVyU6sAGaRTZyg&s=19 https://twitter.com/tyengeni1954/status/1518770984915976193?t=S3lH_ihlalzR-25RyykE8g&s=19 The former chairperson of Standing Committee on Public Account ( Scopa), Themba Godi weighed on the matter emanating from the Scopa meeting which took place last week Friday, where the Eskom Board and Executive were accounting before Scopa.
When Bantu Holomisa told the ANC member he was handing over power to Young Blood, he explained the context: Apparently, Bantu Holomisa, the head of the United Democratic Movement, made some comments that sparked a furious reaction from an ANC member. In a tweet, Bantu Holomisa shared an item about a Scopa meeting that took place on April 22 in which the Eskom Board and Executive were reporting to Scopa about their financial performance.
https://www.iol.co.za/capetimes/news/audit-of-ghost-employees-at-prasa-to-be-finalised-in-july-fikile-mbalula-94383c20-5f82-44b2-bb1e-182a3f620fd4?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1655037330 In March, Mbalula told the standing council on open records (Scopa) that a legal examination was in progress to figure out who the "phantom" laborers were. The laborers were uncovered by an interior mission called Operation Ziveze (importance Show yourself).
The ANC concentrate on bunch in the standing council on open records has censured the way of behaving of Eskom board part Busisiwe Mavuso it was not justified to say it. ANC whip in Scopa Bheki Hadebe said on Saturday there were numerous exceptional issues that Eskom needs to manage and they date back to 2019.
The selection of people who serve on boards of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) must have a lot of holes, given the drama that was created by Eskom board member Busisiwe Mavuso when she acted up for the cameras during Scopa’s visit to Eskom recently. She blurted out, in a very temperamental and unprofessional manner, that Scopa cannot blame the board for the “mess” which the ANC had created at Eskom.
A strong exchange of words between truth and facts between Eskom Board member Busisiwe Mavuso and SCOPA Chairperson Mkhuleko Hlengwa. Busisiwe Mavuso deserve a stand avotion from alll South Africans, After standing up what is said to be truth and fact about failure of the ANC government trying to Blame Eskom for its poor and corruption leadership at Eskom.
Date:26/04/2022 Source:https://www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/news/da-calls-on-parliament-to-suspended-scopa-chair-mkhuleko-hlengwa-pending-investigation-into-conduct-20220425 The people of South Africa today have been divided by the claims that Eskom has been making in the past about Load Shedding. This is because one of the ESKOM board of directors revealed a shocking secret on why Eskom problems have not been solved and why the is always load shedding after two months.
It is human nature to shift blame to others when things do not go as planned, and this may be the case between Eskom and the ruling party, or Eskom may be speaking the truth about what is occurring with the distribution of electricity to the South African people.
The government slams Busisiwe Mavuso for critising ANC led govt over the mess at Eskom. The mess at power utility was caused by the ANC-led government — said Eskom board member, Busisiwe Mavuso. She said the government "created mess" Eskom finds itself in. Scopa visited in the past 2-3 days various facilities of the power utility, as it's oversight duties.
She was escorted out of the ESKOM meeting when she blamed the ANC for the power outage, See details.
SCOPA (the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Accounts) asked Mavuso to leave a meeting after she claimed that the board and CEO André de Ruyter would not be used as a "fall guy" by the government led by the ANC. Rather than blaming Eskom's problems on the government, she pointed the finger at them for creating them.
Jan Gerber The DA has kept in touch with National Assembly Speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula to demand a dire examination and move to be initiated against Scopa administrator Mkhuleko Hlengwa. Hlengwa experienced harsh criticism this week after he got into a warm showdown with Eskom Board part Busisiwe Mavuso during a gathering of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa).
CAPE TOWN - South African Airways (SAA) will in any case have to represent the public supports it was assigned when it went through business salvage, and 51% of its shareholding was discarded. This was by the Office of Auditor General South Africa (Agsa) when the ANC's Bheki Hadebe asked in the gathering of standing board of trustees of public records (Scopa) what the ramifications were to their command in how the panel managed the substance going ahead.
CAPE TOWN - South African Airways (SAA) will still need to account for the public finances it became allocated while it underwent enterprise rescue, and fifty one% of its shareholding changed into disposed of. This was in keeping with the Office of Auditor General South Africa (Agsa) while the ANC’s Bheki Hadebe requested within the meeting of status committee of public money owed (Scopa) what the consequences had been to their mandate in how the committee handled the entity going forward.