9.7.2020 01:10 pm
‘It is quite clear that some influential individuals in the African National Congress (ANC) in the Eastern Cape are in cahoots with the police,’ Bloem said.
Bigger, white-collar corruption goes on with little to no action, while petty criminals who steal a loaf of bread in a shop are pounced on with fierce vim and vigour, the Congress of the People's national spokesperson Dennis Bloem says.
‘Apart from relying on bad government to solve the problems caused by bad government, the DA is most concerned by the constitutional implications,’ a statement said.
‘I love everybody. I love Israel, I love the Jews, I love Palestinians… I can’t apologise for loving, I can’t apologise for not harbouring hatred, I will not,’ he said.
ANC deputy secretary-general: Coloured people tend to be excluded for service delivery.
Cosatu Limpopo secretary Gerald Twala said the decision to reinstate the two ‘is not only unjust but also unsound, reckless, uninformed and not in the best interest of our revolution’.
The amount has apparently been increasing since 2013.
‘It is quite clear that the responses are more the responses of various constituencies than the responses to the virus and or the economy,’ an expert said.
The lack of political will to address such losses, which amounted to hundreds of millions of rand, affected the quality of lives, especially the vulnerable, said DA Limpopo provincial leader Jacques Smalle.
But Radzilani’s and Msiza’s known die-hard supporter, ANC Peter Mokaba regional chairperson John Mpe, said the consultations were just formalities.
Despite the smoke, ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule confirmed the NEC’s decision on the pair, and that they would return to work, with immediate effect.
‘Our people had to fight for everything that they have and due to apartheid, that is now part of our culture,’ says MEC Majuba.
Numsa general secretary Irvin Jim said their members, who are largely dependent on the taxi industry for transport, demand that the government meet the industry’s funding demands.
‘The ANC cannot suspend people forever,’ he said, adding that ‘these comrades have not been charged with anything’.
The party says it is worrying that private and public healthcare systems will not be able to cater to the rising numbers of positive Covid-19 cases.