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Edwardedward 20h
My heart is swelling with pride about the emergenve of blacl female attorneys / advocates in the Zondo Commission
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amaBhungane Sep 11
Treasury official Jan Gilliland yesterday testified that government paid over R260-million to Gupta-owned media companies. The Free State was one of the biggest spenders: Under the province spent R79-million.
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OUTA Sep 17
Pressure on to go easy on money laundering is another example of how political pressure has weakened Government administration processes. We look forward to & Co's explanations to .
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Andiswa Nhlangeni 17h
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Rowen Nortje 24h
If cared about the people and their jobs as they portray in the re Gupta account closures then why did they allow the textile industry to collapse with cheap China imports? Why did they allow Rainbow Chicken to nearly collapse again with cheap imports? ...
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Leon Schreiber Sep 10
It is no coincidence that every single person implicated in is from the ANC. The entire party, led by Ramaphosa, must be put on the stand in front of the . And at the polls.
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Lindsay Dentlinger Sep 10
Duduzane Zuma, has in light of Mcebisi Jonas' testimony at the , decided that he will now testify at the state capture inquiry.
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OUTA 23h
delivered its first submission to the the 's . The submission is on the state-owned defence entity , which reports to the Minister of . It’s the first of a number of submissions planned.
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702 Sep 17
EWN reporter Gia Nicolaides says Sinton directly implicated two cabinet ministers who were persuading the bank not to close the Guptas accounts.
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EWN Reporter Sep 11
Replying to @ewnreporter
Evidence emerging at the coming as a "shock and surprise". Details that weren't revealed in the press. LD
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Afrikan Optimist 21h
Replying to @sszonke
"As Absa's patience wore thin in 2000 and bankers noted in records that Zuma's conduct was "unacceptable", there was indeed a R2-million cheque received from , but apart from R100 000 that stayed in his account, the rest immediately flowed out."
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CapeTalk on 567AM Sep 13
Replying to @CapeTalk
Coming up after 7: We're speaking to the Dept of Basic Education after a teacher was fatally stabbed by learner; Jacob Zuma "applying mind" on whether to take part in - we speak to Stephan Hofstatter (author of "Licence to Loot")
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Afrikan Optimist 21h
Replying to @sszonke
"Once again this was noted to be a political decision, seemingly in line with chief executive Nallie Bosman's view, stated in bank records, that "in terms of all financial matters" was considered "a strategic client"."
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BA Kgasapane Sep 17
I heard that there was a Minister of Gupta Affairs
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IWillRise Sep 13
Just a day after former President, Jacob Zuma, told WSU students that state capture is a "politically decorated definition" the commission calls him to testify at the very same state capture commission inquiry.
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🅰️frican Child Sep 10
Replying to @HloniNyetanyane
Does that also send some signals about alleged security threats?
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OUTA Sep 17
Replying to @mulaudzidd
Yes, we will. We have already compiled a number of lengthy reports for submission to the .
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Afrikan Optimist 21h
Replying to @sszonke
"O'Neil wrote in a memorandum that was likely to be elected South Africa's deputy president the following year and was going to settle his debts."
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Afrikan Optimist 21h
Replying to @sszonke
"Apparently quoting Zuma, O'Neil said that Zuma's "bank balance was the last item on his mind, with more important matters regarding the country and the province to focus on"."
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Nomboniso Gasa Sep 17
It’s not surprising that stands accused in . The surprise is that the party has not approached the . I’ve no doubt that the ANC will appear in front of the Commission and the country. Will they go of their volition or wait for subpoena?
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