In the State Capture Commission, Salim Essa, the mysterious dealmaker who is thought to be a Gupta lieutenant, is being sought. His name has been a big part of a lot of business deals that the commission has looked into. This is what people say now. She recently ran into Salim while she was on a trip to Dubai. This was in December and she met up with him. Goolam, an undercover reporter, has found out about this. His Twitter feed has been filled with stories about Lindiwe Sisulu's trip to Dubai ever since her team mistakenly put pictures online and then took them down. There is a picture in which Goolam says that Salim Essa can be seen. Following her trip in December, her staff joined Salim Essa's business early in January of 2022, he says.
A lot of people have been very lucky because of the "nine wasted years" led by Jacob Zuma. Salim Essa is one of them. People at the commission have said that he was in charge of backroom deals and other tactics to get his companies and those linked to the Guptas to get contracts with the government that were worth a lot of money.
People like Matshela Koko and Brian Molefe say they have never met him or communicated with him by email. This is the man who sold our country to the Guptas through these people. She may be doing something bad if these claims are true. She wants to take us back there, where Zuma's presidency was terrible. The Guptas run the country from behind the scenes, and SOEs are being hollowed out. Of course, the people of South Africa are the ones who die.
In Dubai, Sisulu has kept some things from the public. A political analyst says:
"Lindiwe Sisulu, the South African tourism minister, was in Dubai for four days in December. We may have forgotten about this. A few weeks ago, the article that she wrote about African judges in our courts came out. It called them "house negroes" with "colonized minds," and it probably led to her being fired from the government "In this case, I would say:
The ANC's national executive committee member and tourism minister, Lindiwe Sisulu, is said to have written an opinion piece about the country's black judges and the country's Constitution that was set to be read at the meeting. However, ANC spokesperson Pule Mabe says the party will never hold a meeting to talk about the words of a single NEC member. It was after the party's 110th anniversary this month that Mabe spoke. Mabe said the ANC was not going to let the media make up a story about a fight between Ramaphosa and Sisulu. Salim Essa is a South African known for his ties to the Gupta family. He is also accused of state capture and other crimes and frauds.
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