29.9.2020 05:06 pm
Beside potentially delaying the progress of the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, Zuma’s battle with Zondo threatens to further divide the ANC, and provide another distraction from governance and service delivery.
While the ANC on Tuesday simply shrugged off as “normal” the tension between former president Jacob Zuma and Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, political analysts have warned that Zuma calling on Zondo to recuse himself as Commission of Inquiry into State Capture chairperson could further polarise the ANC.
The sanction imposed on the minister demonstrated the seriousness with which the president viewed the minister’s error of judgment.
A decolonised education system as well as a decolonised economy was a human right, the party said.
Mathabatha promised that action would be taken against those implicated in irregularities regarding the procurement of personal protective equipment (PPE).
The foundation retaliated on the same public space which the deputy chief justice issued the comments.
The DA MPL claimed that only 700 patients were admitted at the 1,500-capacity facility.
Defence experts have welcomed SANDF chief General Solly Shoke’s stance against members of the military getting involved in party politics, saying the military exists to serve the people of South Africa and not the ANC.
The DA has claimed that its newly adopted non-racialism principle will help fix the country.
The EFF say SA’s heritage is one of ‘dispossession and continued humiliation’ at the hands of a minority.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says that any symbol, monument or activity that glorifies racism and “represents our ugly past” has no place in South Africa, and should be relocated.
DA Western Cape leader Bonginkosi Madikizela says there are some within the party wrestling with the politics of far right and far left ideologies.
This is according to ‘two independent companies that are experts in the field of luxury travel’, the DA said.
In a short, but strongly-worded statement from the SANDF on Tuesday, the general distanced the SANDF from any ‘purported meeting inviting senior military members to discuss political party matters’.
De Lille said she knew that those who were gunning for her could have been fed with information by the DA, from where she resigned and relinquished her post as Cape Town mayor in October 2018.
The Youth League in Limpopo is butting heads with Cosatu, which has called for Premier Stan Mathabatha to step down over his alleged failure to tackle corruption.