There have been rumblings going about for some time now suggesting that Advocate Raymond Zondo, the Chief Justice of South Africa, is a supporter of Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa, the President of the Republic of South Africa and Chairperson of the African National Congress. It was believed by a large number of people, but others did not support the motion because the majority of its supporters were from the Economic Freedom Fighters.
Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.citizen.co.za/news/south-africa/politics/3099325/malema-criticises-factionalist-zondo-16-may-2022/ Video Source: https://twitter.com/AndileGogoda/status/1526169730003894273?t=92tZd-J4fPhX5JEnx4dvrw&s=19 Member of the National Executive Committee Tony Yengeni has written to the Judicial Services Commission demanding that Chief Justice Raymond Zondo should be disciplined following the latest Zondo Commission report where he praised President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.citizen.co.za/news/south-africa/politics/3099325/malema-criticises-factionalist-zondo-16-may-2022/ Individual from the National Executive Committee Tony Yengeni has kept in touch with the Judicial Services Commission requesting that Chief Justice Raymond Zondo ought to be focused following the most recent Zondo Commission report where he commended President Cyril Ramaphosa. In the report, Zondo said that had it not been for Ramaphosa's political race in 2017, the nation
Duduzile Cynthia Myeni, a South African entrepreneur and public politician known professionally as Dudu Myeni, is currently going through a dreadful personal and professional phase. According to a recent study, the former SAA chairman has held important positions in the country since 2009. For the vast majority (if not all) of her current roles, she is ineligible due to her unfinished studies at the University of KwaZulu Natal.
Source: https://twitter.com/FriendsOfZuma/status/1525181412642635777?t=ov6PwwhWlC3okbrwf3XneQ&s=19 African National Congress veteran, and RET champion, Tony Yengeni is handling boss equity Raymond Zondo and president Cyril Ramaphosa head on following expressions made in the fourth state catch commission report. Yengeni submitted a proper grievance to the Judicial Services Commission expressing that Raymond Zondo's direct isn't fitting as it appears as though he is meddling in ANC legislative issues. The part
Source: https://twitter.com/FriendsOfZuma/status/1525181412642635777?t=ov6PwwhWlC3okbrwf3XneQ&s=19 African National Congress veteran, and RET champion, Tony Yengeni is tackling chief justice Raymond Zondo and president Cyril Ramaphosa head on following utterances made in the fourth state capture commission report. Yengeni handed in a formal complaint to the Judicial Services Commission stating that Raymond Zondo's conduct is not appropriate as it seems like he is interfering in ANC politics.
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has asked Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services for R750 million to charge the people who did wrong in the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into State Capture. The Investigating Directorate (ID) of the NPA has voluntarily announced 82 investigations and chosen 20 cases involving 65 people from Chief Justice Raymond Zondo's Report, the last part of which is expected to be released on June 15.
Tony Yengeni, a veteran of the African National Congress and RET champion, is dealing directly with boss equity Raymond Zondo and president Cyril Ramaphosa in response to statements made in the fourth state capture commission report. yengeni filed a formal complaint with the Judicial Services Commission stating that Raymond Zondo's directive is inappropriate because it appears he is interfering in ANC legislative matters.
The new report which communicated that more than 200,000 Zimbabwean instructors risk loosing their situations due the scratch-off of Zimbabwe prohibition award which is a record that gave unlawful transients from Zimbabwe the choice to leave and work in South Africa. It is no longer news that the public power of South Africa through Home Affairs commission dropped the Zimbabwe exemption permit after such a great deal of protest from the occupants of South Africa who attested that these pioneers are invigorating the issue of joblessness and flimsiness in the country.
There is a notification that was issued to the Zimbabwean teachers by the government . The government called upon the teachers to remain patient as it addressed the issues relating to their salaries . Another notification that was issued was for the teachers not to expect changes in terms of salaries whenever the schools reopened .
Source: https://www.facebook.com/10227041841/posts/10160405737421842/?app=fbl According to News24, he ruling party, the African National Congress gave the people of the Free State Mosebenzi Zwane and the suspended secretary general Ace Magashule. The State Capture Inquiry found as it blamed the culture of the African National Congress of impunity for service delivery failures in the province.
The EFF Condemns The Utterances of chief Raymond Zondo, who is in an interview with the South African broadcast corporation, experienced a desire to have the judicial service commission comprises more judges, EFF Statement On Chief Justice Raymond Zondo’ Utterances Regarding The Composition Of Judicial Service Commission
The Hawks' Serious Commercial Crime Investigation unit in Secunda is investigating three fraud instances in which a firm called Mr Coin decieved customers into investing their money by promising them interest ranging from 80% to 150%. Image: South African Police Service It is alleged in January 2021, about nine scammers with seven males and two females, known as Sibusiso Mkhize, Ngwenya (unknown name), Charles Ndlovu, Sqelo Mahlangu (Master mind and the boss of the group) - no picture available, and Keabetsi Dikobe - no picture available, recruited residents around Elukwatini and promised them that if they bring people to invest they will be paid 10% commission for each recruit.
Those who are Worried that Zim Teachers are Leaving should Go with their Kids to Zim, Benizela Says.
An article published recently said that over 200,000 Zimbabwean teachers face the prospect of losing their employment as a result of the termination of the Zimbabwe exemption permit, which is a document that granted illegal immigrants from Zimbabwe the permission to depart and work in the country. It is no longer news that the government of South Africa, through the Home Affairs commission, revoked the Zimbabwe exemption permit following widespread public outcry from South African citizens who claimed that these immigrants were contributing to the country's unemployment and insecurity problems.
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has asked Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services for R750 million to indict culprits distinguished in the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into State Capture. The NPA's Investigating Directorate (ID) has proactively announced 82 examinations and selected 20 cases, involving 65 individuals from Chief Justice Raymond Zondo's Report, the last portion of as would be considered normal to drop on 15 June.
It has been determined that a Johannesburg-based firm engaged in inappropriate pricing while providing face masks to the police department during the peak of the Covid-19 outbreak in April 2020. When the Competition Tribunal found Tsutsumani Business Enterprises guilty of charging the police service exorbitant pricing for the urgent supply of 500,000 face masks, it imposed an R3.4m administrative penalty on the company, which was compelled to pay an R3.4m administrative penalty. Tsutsumani was judged to have
According to Justice Minister Ronald Lamola, a team is now working on implementing the recommendations of the Zondo Commission. In a statement to the Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services, he stated that this strategy would be revealed at "the proper moment." The fourth section of the Zondo Commission's findings, which was issued on Friday, suggested that additional action be taken against a number of individuals.
With the help of the local farming community, five men were arrested and charged with illegally possessing and transporting protected plants in Garies. They were found to be in possession of a whopping 2060 Conophytum plants, and they were all taken into custody. An warning was issued to the Garies Police Service yesterday, Tuesday, April 26th, 2022, asking them to be on the lookout for suspects suspected of possessing protected plants who were traveling in a Toyota Etios, according to a release from the South African Police Service.
Teachers salaries to be delayed by two weeks. Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is regarded as the best commission to advocate for teachers in Kenya from recruiting, wellness and also salaries just like other organizations which represent teachers and other workers around the world. From the beginning of this year January the Teachers Service Commission has been authorizing teachers salaries between date 23-26 of every month.
Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Art's Campus held a memorial service for the late Gomora actor Siyabonga Zubane, who studied at TUT from 2018 to 2020, and majored in dance. Different speakers including family members, friends, students and teachers described the actor as a loving person and talented individual. Another memorial service was held at the Joburg Theatre in Braamfontein on Thursday. Though the actor's family have not yet revealed the cause as their awaiting post-mortem results, it is alleged