Topic: Look what Ramaphosa said immediately after the arrest of those whom exposed him on Zondo commission. Yesterday on the Monday, 29th of August 2022, it was confirmed that the Hawks had arrested Brian Molefe and Anoj Singh. Both were found by the Zondo Commission to have been involved in State Capture and to have manipulated contracts for locomotives.
Acting President David Mabuza says the money (R1 billion) spent on Zondo Commission was well spent. "What's important is not the money, but the principle that you should not steal." Mabuza was speaking in parliament. Introduction Acting President David Mabuza says the money spent on Zondo Commission was well spent.
Nomvula Mokonyane calls on the criminal justice system to act, and laments SA's porous borders, ahead of court appearance of suspected illegal miners in Krugersdorp, suddenly Madame Nomvula Mokonyane is a champion for justice she is on a mission to see that justice is served to those victims of that terrible deed, hw honest can she be, what does her conscience tell her this is the same person who still owes the people of Giyani a multi billion rand dam which is yet to be built but the money has miraculously disappeared, this is the very person who the Zondo Commission alleges has personally and corruptly benefited from ill-gotten monies from the Bosasa thieving networkWhat is intriguing is the fact that she does so representing the ruling party in it's regalia and without any shame the very same party which, through it's President declared itself accused number one in the corruption network it is the very same party that says to you and I that it will fight corruption with all it's might.
Senior City Press journalist Setumo Stone has been SUSPENDED. He was extorting money from a person he was writing a story about. Stone was a massive supporter of the suspended PP Busisiwe Mkhwebane.He was also closely associated with Ace Magashule. Even RET journalist are criminals, WMC Media will suspend any Journalist or Presenters that talks negative about Ramaphosa or positive about others, Dololo Media Freedom.
Embarrassing: Hawks Arms Politicians After R1.5 Trillion Was Stolen. Embarrassing: Hawks Arms Politicians After R1.5 Trillion Was Stolen Following this morning's shocking disclosures, it wouldn't be an exaggeration to argue that the clichéd phrase "South Africa is a crime scene" is at least partially accurate.
On the morning of the 29th of August 2022, it was validated that Brian Molefe and Anoj Singh had been taken into custody by the Hawks. Both were found to have been implicated in state capture and to have influenced contracts for locomotives, according to the findings of the Zondo Commission.
Gwede Mantashe already filled court papers to review Zondo Report, Now Zondo wants to do Amendments , they should sue Zondo in his personal capacity and he should pay personal legal cost. Introduction In a move that will likely prolong the publication of the Zondo Commission report, the African National Congress (ANC) has decided to sue its own head of state.
Deputy Minister of State Security Zizi Kodwa says he has started to repay the R1million “loan” from EOH, but can’t reveal how much has been paid back so far. Is EOH an "authorized financial services provider”? Imagine if you can just walk into EOH and ask them to borrow you money because you didn’t get paid.
The State President of South Africa says the findings of the Judicial Commission of Enquiry into state capture, chaired by Justice Raymond Zondo, are not binding of course I agree with the State President as one has to hand a certain level of conscience to accept the binding nature of the Zondo Commission report.
Zondo admits that he made a mistake in the study on state capture, and he now wants to have it corrected. According to reports, Advocate Raymond Zondo, Chair of the Zondo Commission, has filed a court petition seeking to have the state capture report amended.
It was confirmed yesterday, August 29th, 2022, that the Hawks had detained Brian Molefe and Anoj Singh. The Zondo Commission concluded that both had manipulated locomotive contracts and participated in state capture. The two claimed that Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa, the leader of the African National Congress, and the president of the Republic of South Africa, had made Eskom worse at the same commission.
Introduction The President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, has contradicted the findings of the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, stating that cadre deployment is "unlawful, unconstitutional" and that his government will continue to deploy individuals loyal to the democratic constitution. Cadre deployment refers to the practice by which certain political parties influence government appointments by placing party members in strategic positions.
Look at what Ramaphosa said shortly after those who exposed him on the Zondo commission were arrested. It was established that Brian Molefe and Anoj Singh had been taken into custody by the Hawks the day before, on Monday, the 29th of August 2022. Both were found to have been implicated in state capture and to have influenced contracts for locomotives, according to the findings of the Zondo Commission.
It has been reported that Advocate Raymond Zondo, Chair of the Zondo Commission, has filed a court petition seeking to have the state capture report amended. Years of research into the prospect of state capture in the government of the Republic of South Africa led to this conclusion.
David Mabuza, the acting president, believes that the R1 billion spent on the Zondo Commission was money well spent. The concept of not stealing is more essential than the money itself. Mabuza spoke at the parliament. Introduction David Mabuza, acting president, says the money spent on the Zondo Commission was wisely spent.
It was money well spent, according to acting president David Mabuza, who believes the Zondo Commission cost R1 billion. "It's not about the money; what matters is the idea that you shouldn't steal." During his speech, Mabuza addressed the assembly.
This morning, South Africans woke up to the news that former Transnet CEO Brian Molefe had been arrested along with others on charges of corruption and fraud totaling R93 million. Meanwhile, Molefe's attorney, Mpho Molefe, has responded to the news by saying that the ex-Eskom executive is unaware of the charges against him and that they will wait for the appropriate moment to reply.
David Mabuza, the acting president, has defended the R1 billion that was allocated to the Zondo Commission, claiming that it was money well spent. "It's not about the money; what matters is the idea that you shouldn't steal." Mabuza made his remarks in parliament.
Following the arrests of Brian Molefe and Anoj Singh by the Hawks, President Ramaphosa has stated that efforts to combat corruption are beginning to bear good fruit. It was announced on the Monday the 29th of August 2022, that Brian Molefe and Anoj Singh had been taken into custody by the Hawks.
Martha Ngoye is a whistleblower regarding the massive corruption in the South African Passenger Rail Agency (Prasa). She is temporarily suspended pending the outcome of a disciplinary hearing as group executive for legal at Prasa. Together with a few other colleagues, she has saved the commuter rail agency billions of rands through her efforts.