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Wayne Duvenage Sep 23
The showdown is getting interesting. Come to the Zondo commission then Ace, but be prepared for some cross examination. At the end of the day, there is too much smoke that surrounds you, your province and the money laundering .
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Yvonne Johnston Sep 19
Essop Pahad was the person who gave us the gift of the why am I not seeing his name all over this story? Why is he not being held to account. He was the door opener. He put the Guptas on my board at Brand SA
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Lorenzo Adrian Sep 17
Replying to @ZithuleleNdlela
Please remember by the end of his tenure was a silent multi billionaire via the so i hope u extended the same criticism to him back then when he addressed parliament and the Unions
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Tim Modise Sep 17
The government also intervened on behalf of the through an Inter-Ministerial Committee chaired by Mosebenzi Zwane accompanied by Minister Oliphant & Mzwanele Manyi. Sinton of Standard Bank at
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OUTA Sep 17
At today's 's relationship with the came up again. Our investigation also found it to be , and and laid charges against him a year ago already. Read here why:
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Pauli Van Wyk Sep 20
At the expense of SA job seekers, the slipped their way into and then around ’s Home Affairs to import and employ foreign labour. Excellent investigation by ⁦⁩.
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Michael Atkins Sep 18
Corruption is defined in the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, 12 of 2004 as below. My question is whether and the are not guilty of corruption in relation to the pressurising of the banks:
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Xoli Mngambi Sep 19
[IMPRESSION] Coming out of the meeting, ’s Mike Brown concludes that the “subtext around, be careful something could happen around your licensing” if you don’t help the ! But if agreeable, Nedbank would be “primary transactional bank for Guptas”.
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TrotskyiteTraveller - A Real Account Sep 23
YES...the devil made u do it...lynch those that stole R500 000 but the rogues are saints...u wont survive this...u flat lining already ...u still cant see the writing on the wall...unbelievable
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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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President of United Afrika Sep 18
Enoch Godongwana has his fingerprints all over this calls and text messages. One by one, rotten apples falling from the tree.
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John Press Sep 22
Have you been to Cape Town where rules. I wud suggest that many MPs knew of the looting of State coffers and were instruments of the
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Gary Bing Sep 23
Replying to @moregish
Blame the authorities; e.g. while the are an unsavoury lot, it is the authorities who allowed them to land at Waterkloof; they will only "take over" if allowed to; if the authorities put their foot down any chancer will get the message
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Joburg lawyer Sep 19
Now that the commission has established what everyone already knew- that was at the epicentre of the attack on the banks to save the the , will the finally jettison this crook?
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BENJAMIN Sep 17
is another ploy to not punish the criminals guilty of treason. Why did the run,if not guilty? Since when an inquiry commitee instead of relevant law enforcement investigate, build a case and take it to court
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TrotskyiteTraveller - A Real Account Sep 23
Karyn is 10000 league's ahead of him in the journalist/communication arena whereas his a totally failure even though they stole billions to set up companies ..they thieves who got arrogant ..now they caught ..crying ..
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Erin Bates Sep 19
Seems to me there's upset over evidence suggesting the ANC and its top brass aided and abetted the , including holding meetings with bank CEOs after family-linked accounts were closed. Calling for no analysis? You might as well call for no breathing
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IG:@Scelowmsibi Sep 23
SA is being steered straight to the ground reason being the got involved along the way when any company involves Indians it’s doomed they think the cleverest beings on earth it’s sad really they think their white
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Moss Matee Sep 17
your input the way banks are rolling the evidence on how Jessie Duarte has influenced the banking society for the sake of ?
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Erin Bates Sep 19
Replying to @ermbates
The pulled off some astounding stunts in South Africa no other family has managed to do. From landing a private jet at a military air force base to having the governing party meet bank CEOs after its associated accounts were closed by banks in 2016.
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