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Duduzane Zuma Sep 12
Those who have captured the state since 1952 have managed to fool the majority of our people through their paid media. The evidencr of this is coming all the way from America, mark and hear my words the truth will come out and these all lies will soon come to rest.
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Prof Thuli Madonsela Sep 12
Until the people become engaged citizens and not consumers of democracy, a few elites will pretend to advance the will of the people while blatantly engaging in corruption, clientelism and capture of state institutions for their personal gain
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MnqobiFuze Sep 18
My attention is captured right here by this sight ...
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Azania Afrika Sep 12
“...what’s this thing called ...” - Jacob Zuma
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Duduzane Zuma Sep 13
We will get to the bottom of this so called those who tell lies like Jonas will be exposed.
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POWER 98.7 Sep 15
Former president Jacob Zuma delivered a lecture at Walter Sisulu University, where he rubbished the concept of as a “political decorated expression”. Find out what else he told Sasco members:
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Prof Thuli Madonsela Sep 12
It’s amazing how much public space is given for political leaders facing corruption charges to mislead our people to believe that it’s ok for today’s political leaders to loot public funds because apartheid administrations oppressed and stole from the people
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Karyn Maughan 23h
Replying to @karynmaughan
Zuma Advocate Muzi Sikhakhane says High Court was wrong to rule that JZ was “reckless” in how he litigated in the cases MS argues ruling suggests that Zuma, as an implicated person, did not have interest in seeing Capture being investigated. This is wrong, he says
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Karyn Maughan Sep 20
Fmr President Zuma seeking to appeal order that he personally pay estimated R10million in case legal costs. PTA High Court 2D challenging constitutionality of 1956 Riotous Assemblies Act, used to charge him for inciting land occupation. Court 4E
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OUTA Sep 12
How did Ashu Chawla - aka the "Gupta post office" - get away with wearing sunglasses in his ID photo?
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Celeb Gossip Sep 18
: Guptas plot thickens as former Standard Bank lawyer drops bombshell >>>
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Karyn Maughan 24h
BREAKING: High Court grants former President Jacob Zuma right to intervene in case - meaning he can apply to challenge R10million costs order against him.
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Pauli Van Wyk Sep 17
I was in such good company today, talking and with and in studios.
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Democratic Alliance Sep 20
Replying to @Our_DA
We have written to the through our lawyers to ask that the biggest enablers of , Gwede Mantashe, Jessie Duarte, Jacob Zuma, Cyril Ramaphosa, Mosebenzi Zwane, Malusi Gigaba, Des van Rooyen, Lynne Brown,
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SABC News Online Sep 12
Former President claims there's no such thing as and therefore there is no need for a commission of inquiry into the matter
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Karyn Maughan Sep 20
Replying to @michellemleroux
Zuma tries to explain why he took so long to personally intervene in case - so he could fight R10million costs order against him - by saying he had been “moving house and addressing political tensions”. CASAC’s argues this explanation inadequate
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Barney Mthombothi Sep 3
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