Human settlements, water and sanitation minister Lindiwe Sisulu has brought the axe down on Amatola Water Board chair Mzi Malotana and his deputy, Buhle Tonise. They were abruptly removed from their positions this week and Zama Xalisa was made acting interim board chair. Earlier in the week, Malotana was invited to Cape Town by Sisulu, and came back demoted to be an ordinary member of the board.
Lindiwe Sisulu's spokesperson says the minister is dismayed by way of the "baseless and false allegations towards her posted via the town Press". The document alleges that she not on time the appointments of top executives at the Amatola Water Board. Cyril Ramaphosa's cupboard reshuffle this week saw Sisulu shifted - she is now the minister of tourism.
Mr Steve Motale , who is the spokesperson for the South African Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu dismissed claims that were made by the Ministry in the Presidency . The Presidency alleged that Minister Lindiwe Sisulu had retracted her opinion .This has left many questions than answers , with one of them being whether the Presidency had misinformed millions of South Africans regarding Minister Sisulu's position .
Its quite embarrassing for a government minister who accuse black judges of being house niggers who take instruction from white capitalists to turns out not only was the article copied but it was also copied from a white British government official , so who is the house nigger now ? Sisulu's spokesperson Steve Motale dismissed the claims on Thursday afternoon, initially calling it "WMC [white monopoly capital] propaganda in full swing", before deleting the message and sending another response.
Minister of tourism Lindiwe Sisulu has refuted that she apologized to presidency over remarks on the judiciary. Tsepiso: Did Lindiwe Sisulu apologize to Ramaphosa over her opinion piece? Steve Motale (Lindiwe Sisulu spokesperson): Lindiwe Sisulu has not apologized Tsepiso: A belief that she apologized?
Lindiwe Sisulu is carefully considering her ambition to be the next ANC president as the 55th elective conference start doing rounds. Sisulu is a long serving ANC member of parliament and also the member of the party's National Executive Committee made headlines last week when she posted a criticism on the Judiciary and constitution.Her opinions were especially critical of the judicial system, which prompted Acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo to call a press conference, where he expressed his disappointment with Sisulu’s commentary.The Tourism minister said that the statement was a pure opinion based on socio-economic of the poor and the marginalised masses and had nothing to do with politics.
Sources: https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2022-01-13-grieve-ous-act-lindiwe-sisulus-latest-tirade-against-critic-plagiarised-speech-by-former-uk-attorney-general/ Its pretty embarrassing for a central authority minister who accuse black judges of being residence niggers who take guidance from white capitalists to seems now no longer best turned into the object copied however it changed into additionally copied from a white British authorities official , so who's the residence nigger now ?
Lindiwe Sisulu's representative says the pastor is disheartened by the "ridiculous and bogus charges against her distributed by the City Press". The report asserts that she deferred the arrangements of top chiefs on the Amatola Water Board. Cyril Ramaphosa's Cabinet reshuffle this week saw Sisulu moved - she is currently the pastor of the travel industry.
Minister of Tourism Lindiwe Sisulu is playing her cards close to her chest about her presidential ambitions as slates for the ANC’s 55th elective conference have started doing rounds. She wants to become the first female president of South Africa. Her spokesman, Steve Motale, was asked about Lindiwe Sisulu's ambitions on becoming president.
The tenders, adding up to R474 million, were granted somewhere in the range of 2012 and 2017 to EOH. "The most recent advancements as reported by the SIU is a result of the DWS' Forensic Audit Unit, which closed 42 examinations during the 2019/2020 monetary year," said Sisulu's representative Steve Motale