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Mbaliyezwe Ndlela Nov 13
Stop calling other children the village. They know😂🤣
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Hloni Nyetanyane Dec 1
Here's Mavuso Msimang. ANC stalwart & former Home Affairs Director-General. The same old man that Sikonathi Mantshantsha wanted as replacement for at Home Affairs. He's the man behind Vodacom poster that labelled Julius & Floyd as Democracy Abusers Waiting 4 signal
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Thabang Hlabyago Nov 13
People can you please school me real quick, what's the use of having Deputy Ministers for the different Ministries but when the Minister Resigns or is fired the Deputy is not assigned to that post, instead you burden another Minister with a portfolio that's not his
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Chillie bite Nov 13
Statement by earlier before yours👇👇👇 This is to certify that no former/current President serves in cabinet put together by ANC. Lulu Johnson Fikile Mbalula Julius Malema Collen Maine The roar of young lions has been silenced
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Engineer Matshela Koko Nov 16
It is not WMC who initiated this 101th report. It is himself who initiated this forensic report that is now implicating him. Karma is at his best!
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Man's Not Barry Roux   Nov 13
According to Malusi Gigaba he has filed an application for judicial review of the Public Protector’s findings with regards to the Fireblade matter & his resignation is no admission of guilt but he resigned due to attacks on his integrity.
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S Dec 1
~ Have we opened nominations for Mampara of the Year yet? It’s a tough competition for this precious title ... (have I forgotten anyone?)
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Patience Nov 13
was the only “young” Minister left in Thumamina’s cabinet, even though he’s in his forties. Now that he’s gone we are left with pensioners only but Thumamina claims he’s all about the youth and it’s future. Our colony has no youth representation at all. What a joke!
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MBUYAZI🇿🇦 Nov 13
We are not getting the land back. 😢😢
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PresidentGupta Nov 13
Hey , just a quick note to say thank you for everything you did for my family and I. We really appreciate it.
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Hloni Nyetanyane Nov 17
Mzwandile Masina is busy defending former minister . He doesn't have time to defend a sitting President who is under seige. He never tweeted anything to defend
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Rose Mphahlele Nov 13
Ramaphosa is stupid. Who is going to campaign for him? He must forget about KwaZulu Natal
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Hloni Nyetanyane Nov 21
Replying to @nombonisogasa
lied about Fana Hlongwane under oath. lied about Fire Blade under oath.
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Hloni Nyetanyane Dec 1
When was minister of Public Enterprise had done way with consistent loadshedding. I don't understand why we are back to when Saint is in charge. He was hailed as the best broom that sweeps clean.
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Kenneth Meshoe Nov 18
Did resign from cabinet voluntarily to show “humility” or was he ordered to do so? As he stubbornly refused to resign when he was advised to do so, why a sudden change of mind? Did the President promise him a top managerial position after the elections? We’ll see!
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OUTA Nov 28
We are looking forward to real action against all people named in this report, Not only and
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Man's Not Barry Roux   Nov 15
He can now concentrate on Home Affairs with his wife. Former home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba resigned as a member of parliament.
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Bulelani Phillip Nov 15
EWN reports that Malusi Gigaba has also resigned as MP. I was expecting it.
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OUTA Nov 16
More problems for ... And he has to defend himself against this without having govt funds to pay for lawyers... Malusi Gigaba named in bombshell Treasury report on rot at Eskom, Transnet via
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Sphithiphithi Evaluator Nov 13
Gigaba still wants a review on the PPs findings instead of challenging the court judgement (Neil Tuchten) which said he lied under oath on the Fireblade matter. Adv Mkhwebane didn't say that; priorities 🙄
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