Afri-forum may have given Malema, EFF a boost – MAKHOSINI NKOSI

EFFThe next general election is approximately a year away, and already the campaign season has started, albeit slowly. It will be a crucial one for opposition parties, since their erstwhile main issue, the presidency of Jacob Zuma, has since expired.

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I therefore resign from ADeC – Makhosi B. Khoza


Retiring from politics means I will work with all citizens irrespective of their political affiliations.

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The wind blows softly in her praise, howls violently against her persecutors – Thabo Mbeki

Mbeki WinnieOnce again we the people of South Africa are compelled by our own deep sense of gratitude and appreciation, our very own human values, to lower our revolutionary banners in respect and in honour of a fallen icon of the revolutionary struggle of the people of South Africa, Comrade Winnie Nomzamo Madikizela-Mandela.

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Former Deputy Minister of “Justice” in Apartheid South Africa, Ms Sheila Camerer to lead my disciplinary – PATRICIA DE LILLE

Patricia De Lille

But as we know there is always a different standard when it comes to me: secret ballot for Zuma’s vote of no-confidence; open vote for De Lille; Premier Helen Zille could attend caucus meetings whilst she was suspended while I was not allowed to.  Read the full post »

Mr. Julius Malema, you are a racist – Athol Trollip

Athol Trollip

Nobody wants to, “cut the throat of my whiteness”, nor do they want to return this city to the very people they voted out of the office in 2016.

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The African middle class is the biggest problem. They elect incompetent people to lead them then complain later but not willing to step in – Shumani Cele

Shumani Cele

If the economy collapses they all leave and find jobs in other countries cos they are about personal security and not about building a country for their future generations. They leave the peasants to suffer and rebuild then come back to claim jobs when all is well. Read the full post »

Cabinet Reshuffle: Wounded leaders, leading a wounded nation – Nomfundo Mogapi

Nomfundo MogapiHow do you spend your youth dodging bullets and imprisonment, fighting an unjust, cruel and inhumane system? How does one endure torture, rape, and witness brutal killings? How is it possible to experience such atrocities and yet remain unscathed?

Stuck, half-way through the Ramaphosa Rubicon – Susan Booysen

Susan BooysenMost of the Cabinet changes were sideways shuffles such as Malusi Gigaba’s. A total of 23 of the Cabinet portfolios changed hands, and 10 Cabinet members bit the Rubicon dust.

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President Ramaphosa announces changes to the National Executive

CyrilPresidency: Cyril Ramaphosa, David Mabuza, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and Bathabile Dlamini Read the full post »

VAT will increase to 15% – Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba

Malusi Gigaba

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