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OUTA Sep 12
Despite massive and already expised on his watch, MP's today approved a R2,98m/year pension for former president. . Former President Jacob Zuma to continue earning R2․98m a year via
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Simon Grindrod Sep 12
Giving Zuma a pension is like giving taxi fare to the guy who just robbed your house.
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EWN Reporter Sep 12
Replying to @ewnreporter
This means Zuma's annual, taxable, pension will be R2 989 845.00 - more than R2,9 million. GD
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Gaye Davis Sep 13
Just trying to imagine the uproar if parliament docked a DA MP's pension (that they'd contributed to over the years) ahead of any final court ruling on their guilt in a matter...
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EWN Reporter Sep 12
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Former presidents are entitled to pensions at 100% of the salary they were earning in terms of the Remuneration of Public Office Bearers Act. But opposition parties were irate GD
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i am Claire Sep 12
No wonder De Klerk is still paid government pension after committed crime against humanity , worse crime than stealing some billions..... this is the reason I wil never vote for , I used to think DA can save this country Shem
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*Julian 🇿🇦 Sep 12
An increase for but nothing for victims.
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Safazz Sep 12
: Where a lying, thieving, raping, ruinous ex “president” is gifted by parliament an undeserving pension sum that he can’t even say properly.
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Major General Sep 12
I have a problem with people 'esp black pple' who have a problem with addressing pple be at varsities or wherever & also with ,If you have a problem with all this why not using the same energy towards De Klerk who presided over a govt that discriminated blacks
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EWN Reporter Sep 12
Replying to @ewnreporter
The House voted on a recommendation from Independent Commission for the Remuneration of Public Office Bearers. GD
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i am Claire Sep 12
I’m not a fan but let the old man get his increase like other former presidents who has done worse.... ... we wil not be dictated propaganda agendas
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Phaledi Sep 13
Once upon a time, this was a President of SA....Don't ever let them tell you, you're dreams are TOO HIGH to reach.
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Mr. Madidimalo Sep 12
So Ubaba says it can't be Capture if the Judiciary isn't captured...Hey Baba if the Head of state is captured then the whole state is captured
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Sive'r Xaluva📚 Sep 12
Let's agree to the fact that we have two politicians in South Africa now who are pulling the strings. They dictate how the rest must react and the media profits from them They are President Jacob Zuma & CIC Julius Malema The rest are just followers.
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Pat Dube Sep 13
Its becoming abundantly clear that the war on zuma is far from ending .kodwa i said that this state capture will leave many in awe and its just begun
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Democracy Devil Sep 12
wait blames for the falling apart, and then...hikes or raise ???
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Nathaniel Williams 14 Jan 16
this is utter shit n its tym we do sumthin. Robbing us of our pension. What next, decide wen we can go 2 da loo.
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Ryan Cummings Sep 12
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ALETTAHA☺♥☀ Sep 12
So angry right now. I am going to not enjoy my supper tonight. Truly, this is the ultimate insult to all of us that has been thru so much! 😷🤒🤕😓😖😔😕
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Thembani Sep 12
How is this a thing?
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