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Pauli Van Wyk
I am an African. Journalist with 's investigative team, . Former journalist at & Media24; fellow.
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Richard Poplak 3h
By my count, the Times has twice done this to on big stories. It grinds my nuts, but the bad news is that it’s standard practice for ‘Merican and UK papers.
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Yolisa Pikie 4h
Bain partner resigns, cites unanswered questions about Sars...
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Pauli Van Wyk 4h
A Floydian slip.
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Thanduxolo Jika Oct 16
We are discussing this important issue...we have to find our solutions.
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Sowellnomics Oct 14
I'm not angry at Floyd Shivambu for spending millions of illicit money on alcohol, designer clothes and cars. I'm angry at the fact that he stole money from the very same poor black people who he claims to represent. Using the poor and most vulnerable for self gain is despicable.
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Pheladi Oct 15
Check out this article from
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Sthembiso Dube Oct 14
Replying to @PaulivW
Do this companies pay income tax ,Vat and provisonal tax since they receieve a lot of money ,if not than SARS must recover tax due to them , we are taxed arm and a leg in this country to fund the lifestyles of MPs who im return steal from the poor
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Phumlani Nkalanga   🥶 Oct 15
Replying to @PaulivW
At some point malema and Floyd need to realize that the bare denials are not holding...this is some damning evidence against them. It takes someone who is incredibly stupid to ignore this.
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Pauli Van Wyk Oct 13
Replying to @PaulivW
’s political shrewdness comes down to this: It was a matter of stealing from his poorest neighbour to give to another in need – with the added bonus of culturing goodwill from the voting public.
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Pauli Van Wyk Oct 13
Replying to @PaulivW
’s philanthropy was a farce. Bank statements for his slush funds show that a total of R43,100 in stolen money from was used to fund the kit gifted to Real Fighters FC. Much of VBS loot was stolen from people & municipalities in the area where Shivambu was born.
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Pauli Van Wyk Oct 13
Replying to @PaulivW
“Anywhere where there is criminality, there must be accountability,” told SA on 16 October 2018. & had “never received money from Sgameka [Projects] or Grand Azania or any of that sort in the ”. (Listen at 18:40)
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Pauli Van Wyk Oct 13
Replying to @PaulivW
also lied about his - it cost R1,79m. If a VBS depositor managed to save R5,000 per month, it would have taken them 30 years to fund the car for . The depositors of were some of the poorest people in Limpopo – a region Shivambu calls home.
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Pauli Van Wyk Oct 13
Replying to @PaulivW
: The slush fund disowned, which also received millions in stolen funds, paid for this birthday trip to Zambia in 2017.
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Pauli Van Wyk Oct 13
Replying to @PaulivW
: millions funded a soccer team from 's home village Malamulele, Limpopo. It was a matter of stealing from his poorest neighbour to give to another in need – with the added bonus of culturing goodwill from the voting public.
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Pauli Van Wyk Oct 13
: How a bank card linked to one of ’s slush funds followed him around southern Africa, paying for his birthday trip to Zambia. The slush fund further paid Range Rover, his lifestyle & his political aspirations. Here is what happened:
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Teme Oct 14
Replying to @FloydShivambu
I'm sure some of the people who's money you stole are your parent's neibours, people who knew you from your childhood. When you go home for Christmas spending lavishly how do you look those people in the eyes.
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DumiGwebuEdits Oct 14
Replying to @FloydShivambu
You have attained economic freedom in our lifetime by stealing from the poor to maintain your lifestyle only you and Julius have achieved economic freedom. That was the plan all along anyway.
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SikonathiMantshantsh Oct 15
The Chronicles of Grand Azania, Part Two: Floyd Shivambu’s time of spending dangerously
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Pauli Van Wyk Oct 14
What do you mean "main culprits don't have to answer"? Top 5 looters (Matodzi & co) have been sequestrated, liquidated. In some cases their spouses, too. Why are you asking journalists to tell you something you know when our job is to shine a light on what is hidden? Mxm
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