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Xoli Mngambi Sep 18
[DEVELOPING] Don’t be surprised to hear that representatives of all four major banks were summoned to HQ, following their decision to terminate -linked accounts. Question is: were they pressurized to reverse their decisions or explain their stance?
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#702Black Sep 19
Prof ,can you please explain to us why was the FIC was tardy to act on bank transactions even with FICA flags available?
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Annika Larsen Sep 13
Have SA authorities ALLOWED Vrede Dairy Farm accused Ashu Chawla who is out bail to skip the country? His lawyer has told the Home Affairs Inquiry he will be in India until November but his passport was revoked? Chawla is also main Gupta liason with Home Affairs.
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Pieter-Louis Myburgh Sep 17
Big, bad ANC vs the “good guy” banks? It’s a little more complex than that. The FIC-flagged suspicious transactions started showing up in 2012. Why did the banks wait until 2016 - after the Mentor and Jonas revelations - to close the family’s accounts?
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Xolani Nsibande Sep 18
Absa,Standard Bank & RMB/FNB confirmed that closure of the accounts wasn't supported by criminal activity. They were closed bcos of "reputational damage", can we pls get them to close Afriforum & all other apartheid organisations.
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The Agenda Sep 17
Were banks justified from closing accounts? Send us your comments . Remember to also send us your video comments and voice notes to our WhatsApp line: 081 732 8421
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TrotskyiteTraveller - A Real Account 11h
Using the acronym is the standard response of the remaining bots ..so u also believe that hajra & ranjeni are also enemy agents like as well..
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Pauli Van Wyk Sep 17
At least R13,15-billion of these dodgy transactions that caused the banks to shut down the accounts have already been revealed: and I found it while investigating the VAT scandal:
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TapiwaNjikizana Sep 17
Replying to @zilevandamme
Didn’t DA also chow money
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SOKVIN • VANN Sep 19
So we now have TWO cancelled condo projects in the Vaughan Metropolitan centre. What’s happening in our city??
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Erin Bates Sep 17
Replying to @PresidencyZA
Sinton refers to a press statement by Zwane "on behalf of the Department of Mineral Resources" on the meeting about "collusion" of banks in closing the -linked accounts. Mokoena then refers to the statement distancing itself from Zwane's.
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Banana Republic SA Sep 18
This read is exactly why the are on trial at the . immersed in the axis. Not one of the party leaders can say "I didn't know". How the mighty hath fallen, sadly history repeating itself!
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sinazo sibutha Sep 18
I have a flight E-ticket for one person flying from Johannesburg to Cape Town on 24th September 2018. I bought it for R1k, I am willling to sell it at a discounted price, Feel Free to DM me.
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Mosia Motobatsi Sep 17
So is now implicated because some of its members tried persuading to reverse the decision of shutting bank accounts. It is revealed that the bank met with the inter-ministerial committee and was there as an advisor.
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Erin Bates Sep 13
Replying to @ermbates
This does not bode well for either the or the case. It could mean the MLAs with India and the UAE for information on financials relevant to the matter were not as formally underway as suggested last month.
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Jabulani Nzilane Sep 20
When I told my wife that some details from Mcebisi Jonas about Ajay at the just didn't add up, for instance, why the Deputy Minister didn't open a case of bribery there and then, since as a Minister, he had political clout, she thought I was crazy.
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Avijit Sinha Sep 20
Replying to @AvijitSinha5
For many years, our was not a part of referred it as a land not habitable of worthy people. Probably for that reason, Vali ruled here. During & Later period, it became a part of Aryavartya.
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Chriselda Lewis Sep 20
BREAKING: in this affidavit below, Ajay denies ever meeting former deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas.
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Nickolaus Bauer Sep 17
🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Don’t worry... calling people stratcom doesn’t change the facts that you were a weasel. And you’ll pop just like the song when you finally speak to .
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Erin Bates Sep 17
Replying to @ermbates
Earlier, Mokoena referred to the clause in the Commission of Inquiry's Terms of Reference which is the foundation for this week's hearings on the closure of -linked banks at four South African banks by about March, April 2016.
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