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South African judge has refused to step down from corruption probe: this was the right call

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, the head of the inquiry into allegations that the South African state was “captured” and repurposed to benefit private interests during former president Jacob Zuma’s tenure (May 2009 to February 2018), has dismissed Zuma’s application for his recusal. The former president, who stands accused of havin...

By Cathleen Powell 1 day ago

Ramaphosa’s Magashule Headache: The Ace May Trump The King

On 17 November 2020, I attended a virtual church leadership meeting in which one of the leaders raised an issue of two centres of power. My political animal instinct jumped up with joy as the thought of the Botha-de Klerk; the Mbeki-Zuma and most recently the Zuma-Ramaphosa centres of power! It got me thinking that could it be that a n...

By Musa Mdunge 5 days ago

Friday Motivation : Success Is Not Instant.

People often approach life as a lottery draw thinking that you can put in a set of numbers and wake up a multi-millioner. The point I am trying to drive home is that you don’t sleep today and wake up in a completely luxurious level in life. The amount of output is equivalent to the measure of input.

By Phumzile Mavimbela 18 days ago

Free the Youth League in honor of Tambo

In his 1985, January 8 statement of the African National Congress (ANC) NEC, late leader of the party, Oliver Regionald Tambo instructed the youths of South Africa to render the country ungovernable. This clarion call was made at a time when the ANC was at the height of its struggle against apartheid.

By Dominic Nkwana 25 days ago

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