Date: 07/08/2022 Mogoeng Mogoeng, a former CJ, will run for president in 2024. As a member of the All African Alliance Movement, the former chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng will run for president in 2024. MOGOENG WAS APPROACHED BY THE ALL AFRICAN ALLIANCE MOVEMENT Mogoeng accepted the position of president of the All African Alliance Movement, it was revealed on Friday, August 5.
The most responsible, upright members lack influence, while the most influential members lack responsibility. And the ones trying to hold on to their influence without being entirely irresponsible are tip-toeing around the problems. If they still belong to the party, they are equally tainted. The “collective” must take responsibility.
Whenever ANC individuals and allies acclaim the party, they frequently discuss the once pre-famous political freedom association as a "wide church", a "wonderful development", a "head of society". Understanding why is simple. In its early stages, the association's political vision guaranteed that it drew its initiative companions from among the most upstanding, benevolent, capable and compelling citizenry.
Political election must be Transparent so that they are trusted by the society. Citizens stand by outside a surveying station at Nkonjeni town in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. In front of the neighborhood government decisions on November the first, Independent Political And Social Commentator, Tebogo Khaas, has addressed whether the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) is satisfying its order.
Following the recent fire at Parliament, Tebogo Khaas writes that, despite the devastation and cost of countless disasters on public facilities, our administration does not appear to have learned any lessons. In US legal circles, there's a joke about how easy it is for prosecutors to acquire grand jury indictments: "You can get a grand jury to indict a ham sandwich."
Previous SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been requested to reimburse the public telecaster over R11 million he got as a "triumph charge" inside seven days. The Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg decided that the choice by the then-SABC board to pay Motsoeneng the R11 508 549.12 charge was unlawful and invalid, and put it away.
A South African civil society group says it has lodged a complaint against Bain & Company with the US Department of Justice after the State Capture Inquiry report found evidence of a "coordinated agenda" between Bain, former President Zuma and the SA Revenue Service "to seize and restructure" the tax agency.
SMMEs have blamed the government from excluding them from the COVID-19 related business rescue funds in favour of businessman that are politically connected. The SMMEs Associations said their businesses did not get funding in time because of red-tape and nepotism. The SMME Forum, SMME Council and the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce said that the government did make any consultants when they were imposing the Lockdown. Musawenkosi Zulu, the SMME Council Chairperson said, " More than 1,5 mi