President Jacob Zuma’s surprise Cabinet reshuffle on Tuesday, which saw Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande axed, was a “direct attack” on the South African Communist Party (SACP), a statement from the ruling party alliance partner said.
The alliance partner says the president is ‘glaringly mistaken’ if he thinks removing Nzimande will silence the SACP from fighting against state capture.
One Facebook user believes the newly-appointed ministers will only occupy their posts until the December election.
When a Twitter user made a clarion call to the head of state who has not shuffled his cards in a while, he seemingly obliged and SACP leader Blade Nzimande found himself at the receiving end.
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Zimbabwe has banned the importation of fruit and vegetables to save scarce foreign currency in the face of a worsening economic crisis, state media reported Tuesday.
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