SOUTH AFRICA: THE ANC MAFIOSO CORRUPTION ROT CONTINUES TO RUN DEEP- VERY DEEP INDEED!

 

 

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Article posted  by: White Nation  correspondent Pretoria May 23 2017

 

 

 

SOUTH AFRICA– FAILED LAND OF COMMUNIST ANC ORGANIZED CRIME ,LIBFARTS, UNION CHAOS , MISDIRECTED RAINBOW MONKEYS – AND WHITE GENOCIDE

 

SOUTH AFRICA- Since 1994 have been rocked by so many scandals and corruption through the greedy hands of the communist ANC. The country is staggering under immense pressure morally, economically and  financially . BUT it is on the financial and economical side where the most damage is done by a Mafia mob that has no intention to run a healthy country- but rather run it like their own personal “hood.”.

The ANC communist regime only could produce mobsters of the highest order.The country is run like a gangster’s paradise in the true sense of the word with all the ingredients for a mobster paradise racketeering operation such as  corruption, assassinations, Judiciary meddling, bribery, extortion, murder, money laundering, media control, gun running, poaching, union control, illegal weapons and nuclear deals, drug investments in Columbia, illicit deals with terrorist states, terrorist cells, white genocide, private armies, illegal theft of state assets,  discrimination and criminal networks included- spanning across the ANC regime’s power base from the very top to the lowest rankings. Whatever devious criminal activity you can think of- it already was added long ago into the ANC’s  criminal “cook-book. “ It sounds like a clip out of the Mafia movie “ The Untouchables.” About each and every state entity, parastatal, province, parliamentarian, MEC or common ANC card waver are deeply involved in all kinds of crime- even the security forces. The State crime syndicate are wide and deep indeed.

On a daily basis the hapless public are bombarded with yet another corruption scandal or blatant thievery. South Africa- with the Robbin Island criminals and ex-cons in the driving seat- now finds itself deeply embedded in the notorious position as the most corrupt country in the world bar Haiti, Argentina and Mexico. AND as always it is the poor taxpayer that is held responsible for footing the bill of scrupulous government thieves and con-artists -commonly referred to as “G-Men”– pretending to be “politicians” governing the country- but in reality are nothing more than  thugs in party garments plundering  the state coffers empty for their own self enrichment.AND they never are brought to justice either. Not ONE ANC top gangster ever saw the inside of a jail – let alone push some time for corruption. The few that did land up inside the slammer through sheer public pressure – quickly was released out  on “medical parole.” 

Behind every slick gangster there normally is a string of slick talking Jewish lawyers and co-conspirators to cover up, clean up  and protect the Mafioso lords in control. Money is no issue- for the state coffers and the right “guardian” to watch the treasury vault  provides an  umpteen amount of funding to acquire  the most expensive Jew vultures to protect and defend the gang’s secret agendas and  activities. Judges are intimidated, bought , replaced and sacked at will. Rulings interfered with.  Witnesses sometimes just “disappear.” Courts are influenced and cases meddled with. These mobsters have the ability and power to make even hardened notorious criminals such as Al Capone look like  innocent Sunday school teachers.

When these criminals talk- they don’t talk “millions”– no- they literally talk BILLIONS of rands being extorted, washed, stolen, laundered , diverted into overseas private bank accounts- and on a daily basis wasted.  BUT as always they leave no visible trace – and when caught out- they simply ignore any public outcry. The guilty verdicts simply are diluted into the hundreds of state “inquiries”, investigations, obstinate silence, etc but never ends up in a concrete prosecution of the guilty party. They always are cleverly shifted from the one government position to the next after the dust in the media has settled. Good examples of this are Robert McBride, Nkosazana Zuma, Faith Muthambi and reinstatements such as Brian Molefe.

They are well organized. The mob boss control his huge national turf with an iron claw. Around him he instated a ring of state security steel and media cover-ups. His captains in Lethuli-House– or NEC- ensure the rest of the mob below step in-line. The adjudants in parliament make sure the right “laws” are manufactured and  forced into practice to keep prying eyes away from  “forbidden” zones such as illegal deals and money laundering and to secure his stay  in power “ ’till Jesus comes”  Their operators in the 9 provinces of his empire do their job in the state crime syndicate to  control the hundreds of  legal and illegal networks. The “brothers” and “sisters ” protect each other. Most of them also are too deeply involved in this national crime syndicate to turn traitor. It became a case of “adapt or die” in every sense of the word. Once in they cannot get out easily. They all are entrapped in the vast network of white collar crime in some way or the other. Their silence is their insurance to a healthy (and wealthy) life.  It also is a personal family business with lots of “trustworthy”  family members placed in strategically positions to act as ” watchdogs” over the rest of the clan. In every secret sleazy deal either a Zuma family member or member connected by marriage is involved- or oversee the operation. The tentacles of the “ family” octopus are wide and complicated with literally hundreds of illegal smaller corporate networks to cover most of the tender racketeering.Then there are the “trustworthy” investors such as  the Shaiks and the Guptas– who also forms a cardinal part of this immense network.

The secret rule of “La Cosa Nostra “ (Our own thing ) is honored and upheld at all costs.The silence – or “Omerta” to cover each other’s backs are formidable.  And IF one member should dare step “ out of line” of the La Cosa Nostra code of conduct or turn whistle blower or traitor – he or she- like in true Mafia style- are dealt with swiftly and sometimes permanently! It all depends on the seriousness of the “offense” or nature of scandal. In lesser cases the Cappa Di Tutti may decide that the “ offender” be let off the hook with only a stern reprimand- and put on “early retirement.” Nobody in the organization  ever dare question or oppose  his authority  or decision- not even the hardened communist captains themselves. They know all too well such a “heroic “ or down-right stupid action  could involve some serious “health risks.”

By fear and intimidation the “Cappa Di Tutti” runs his operations like a well-oiled machine. He made sure his own family are in the top positions as well and looked after generously. He protects his family  in a R 220 million mansion . The “Teflon Don” himself ensures that no charge ever stick to him either. He simply laughs it off- LITERALLY!  He alone captured the whole of South Africa by himself. Should  a member performs excellent and share the spoils with the “Cappi De Tutti ” and his co-conspirators- well- promotion into the ” higher order” will be “organized.” The ANC criminal society  truly are the South African version of the “ Untouchables.” They are a real-life manifestation of the worst mafia screen play you can think off.South Africa factually are governed  by the communist black Mafioso and overseen and monitored by the secret mechanisms of the Afrikaner Broederbond who control the South African part of the New World Order  “Deep-State!” 

THUS– Removing or recalling the “Cappa” from this solid and immense power base therefore will require a MUCH more powerful action than just a few feeble and pathetic votes of “ no confidence” in parliament.

 

Let us touch only a very few examples of this utterly despicable and shrewd mobster operations currently  going on in South Africa:

 

THE BIG BOSS ( Cappa Di Tutti) WANT HIS COWS SECURELY PROTECTED

SA’s police ministry will spend a total of R1.93 billion on VIP protection for Zuma’s 75 cabinet ministers; police minister Nkosinathi Nhleko wrote as a reply to a question by the DA in parliament. Nhleko added that R125.1 million would be spent on Zuma and his wives alone, with an average of R25.7 million spent on individual cabinet ministers. According to BusinessTech these figures include“compensation and relevant indirect costs” related to VIP security. The minister has requested a total VIP protection budget of R2.61 billion rand for this financial year, taking up 3.2% of the total R80.9 billion SAPS budget.  BDLive reports that a total of R9 million was spent on luxury cars for Zuma between 2013 and 2016. The purchases were justified as necessary for the protection of the president’s wives.

Minister Nhleko said his department spent the taxpayer’s money buying:

  • Three Range Rover SUVs
  • Two Land Rover Discovery SUVs
  • Five Audi SUVs and sedans

Back in 2014 the government spent more than R100 million on 140 luxury cars for cabinet ministers… hard life hey? (Link) 

 

-AND THEN THE CAPPA  SECRETLY WANTS TO SEND HIS FAMILY AWAY  IN CASE THINGS GET ROUGH…

An email trail between the controversial Gupta family and their employees has blown the lid off how they have managed to do business with government, ingratiate themselves with senior officials, and go so far as to help move  Jacob Zuma and his family to Dubai. The emails, obtained by City Press this week, also reveal how the Guptas seduced many senior government role players in their bid to capture departments and state-owned entities. One of the most astonishing emails is from Gupta-owned Sahara Computers’ chief executive officer (CEO), Ashu Chawla, to Zuma’s son Duduzane. It contains a draft letter from the president to Abu Dhabi Crown Prince General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and shows how close Zuma is to the Guptas. In the letter, Zuma writes: “I fondly remember our meeting in the UAE [United Arab Emirates] and the gracious hospitality and warmth extended to me during my visit. It is with this sentiment that I am happy to inform you that my family has decided to make the UAE a second home. It will be a great honour for me and my family to gain your patronage during our proposed residency in the UAE.

The emails also show how the Guptas seduced Cabinet ministers and CEOs of state-owned companies with opulent hotel stays and chauffeur-driven trips in luxury cars to their home in the exclusive Dubai suburb of Emirates Hills, where they bought a R445m mansion.One was Eskom executive Matshela Koko, whom they flew to Dubai in January last year, putting him up at the posh Oberoi Hotel. Others included Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane, new Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo, Denel chairperson Dan Mantsha, businessman and arms deal protagonist Fana Hlongwane, Duduzane Zuma and two of Free State Premier Ace Magashule’s sons, Thato and Tshepiso. (Link)

THE AFRICAN BANK SAGA

After taxpayers’ money was used illegally to save African Bank from bankruptcy, it appears that the institution remains in trouble and will have to dismiss about 650 employees if the bank wants to survive. The state allocated the money to prevent the bank from being liquidated and cause more than 4 000 people to lose their jobs. Now one-sixth of the workforce is on their way out. The case was referred to the Commission for Reconciliation, Mediation, and Arbitration (CCMA).African Bank Investments, the holding company of African Bank, was placed under curatorship by the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) in August 2014 due to its high debt burden.(Link)

AND THE DILAPIDATED SAA NEST OF CORRUPTION JUST GOES ON..

Allegations are that an SAA employee forged signatures of senior SAA staff, and thus secured a multimillion rand tender in which she benefited financially. However, the female employee is protected by SAA’s top executives, and she got away with only a written warning. The incident raised questions as other staff members may also be involved in the dark, tender procedures. It also appears to be one of the reasons for the airline’s financial problems. The name of Naomi Kwinda is mentioned by a law firm investigating an R13,6 million tender awarded to a Kempton Park IT company without following the necessary procedures. SAA and the chairperson of SAA, Dudu Myeni, referred all inquiries to Tlali Tlali, the SAA’s spokesperson.(Link)

 

IN THEIR IMMIGRATION AND HOME AFFAIRS DEPARTMENTS..

Mshudulu Mvuleni, 37, an immigration officer of the Department of Home Affairs in Kimberley, has to appear in court again on June 30 after being arrested on charges of corruption. He made his first court appearance last Monday. Hawks spokesperson Capt.  Philani Nkwalase says Mvuleni is suspected of approaching a foreign citizen and demanding about R4 000 to approve his application for a work permit. “The victim paid R500. After the suspect allegedly claimed more money, the victim reported the incident to the Hawks. “ Mvuleni is granted a bail of R1 000.(Link)

THE GUPTAS HI-JACKED ESKOM

Reffering to the  latest Sunday Times report  will then point out what Helen Zille said directly after the suspensions of the four Eskom executives in 2015.

DUDUZANE ZUMA FAKE INTELLIGENCE REPORT USED TO SUSPEND FOUR TOP ESKOM EXECUTIVES IN 2015

Quote from the Sunday Times of yesterday:

“President Jacob Zuma is said to have used a “devious” intelligence report compiled by Duduzane, his son, to effect the suspensions of four top Eskom executives in 2015. The move paved the way for Brian Molefe’s first posting to Eskom as its CEO and came months after Gupta associate Salim Essa’s efforts to score Trillian’s first contract at the power utility had fallen flat. Were Essa to have been successful, Trillian would have netted R400-mipllion from Eskom. A day after the suspensions were announced, the Gupta-owned Tegeta signed its first coal-supply contract with Eskom – an R400-million-a-year, 10-year deal at the company’s Brakfontein mine. A National Treasury investigation has found that Eskom’s leadership ignored evidence that the coal from Brakfontein was out of specification, according to a draft report emanating from a review of the power utility’s coal supply agreements. Duduzane holds shares in Gupta companies including Oakbay, which owns Tegeta.”

According to the Sunday Times, Zuma summoned the then Eskom chair Zola Tsotsi to his private residence in February 2015 and ordered Tsotsi to suspend the four Eskom executives. Also present were Zuma’s nyatsi Dudu Myeni – they have a son together, Thalente Myeni, who is a Prasa rail coach tender beneficiary, and one Nick Linell, who has done some work for Myeni before. Subsequently to the suspensions of the four Eskom executives, three of them were given golden handshakes, and only one retained- Matshela Koko, who is on the Gupta payroll. The suspensions opened the way for the Zupta cabal to bring in the Zupta cabal duo of Brian Molefe as CEO of Eskom and Anoj Singh as the CFO. The pair was brought over from Transnet where they also served as CEO and CFO respectively, and were also the hired Gupta “stuurboys ” at Transnet to channel massive tenders the Gupta way. This is what Helen Zille said back in 2015:

ZUMA MUST EXPLAIN ESKOM INTERVENTION -ZILLE. [ FIN 24 MARCH 26 2015 AT 21:25 ]

“The president’s personal intervention begs the question – what could his motives have been?” she said in a statement.

The answer perhaps lays in the fact that the suspensions “followed shortly after the Eskom executive’s attempts to appoint an audit committee to oversee procurement processes for major contracts.” Zille said industry insiders believed this move “may have upset political interests benefiting from lucrative diesel and coal supply deals.” She called on Zuma to explain exactly who’s interests he was protecting by intervening at Eskom.” Helen Zille proven right, vindicated, hit the nail on the head. And that was before amaBhungane’s revelations of state capture of last week, as revealed on ewn.co.za. Zille said it back then. Eskom owns more that R 273 Milliard in debts.

 

NOW THEY ARE GETTING FAT BONUSES FOR BEING CORRUPT AS WELL….

Rumors doing the rounds about the controversial, re-elected Eskom boss, Brian Molefe, is to put a few million rand in his pocket as a “performance bonus.” Other Eskom bosses also seem to be in the queue for “performance bonuses “ because there is currently no load shedding. This dead-normal situation now appears to be considered a “performance”  for which large amounts will have to be paid, all at the cost of electricity consumers. Since there start of load shedding in 2008, the big shots in the utility have already received R73 million in bonuses, and Eskom under the “competent authority” is downgraded to junk status. The credit rating agencies Moody’s, Fitch and S & P Global have downgraded Eskom’s debt to junk status because of their dependence on the South African government.

( Link)

THEY ARE JUMPING FROM ONE SCANDAL TO THE OTHER

It is a getting tougher for the presidential hopeful, after classified information surfaced, alleging of bribery scandal.  Rebels in South Sudan have claimed that Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa  is “taking bribes” from President Salva Kiir’s government to block their leader Riek Machar – currently in South Africa – from returning home.  Deputy military spokesperson for the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM LO), Colonel Lam Paul Gabriel said this week that Ramaphosa was being used to facilitate Machar’s “continued detention” in South Africa.

“Our leader wants to come back but the vice president of South Africa where he is currently being detained is taking bribes from the South Sudan government to block his return. We want him to return to the country and help it and its people find peace,” said Gabriel. But Ramophosa’s spokesperson Ronnie Mamoepa dismissed the claims as a violation of the vice president’s dignity. Mamoepa said that the South Sudan conflict was due to internal fighting within the SPLM. “We reject the suggestions. They are demeaning and humiliating on the character of vice president Ramaphosa. It is our considered view that the genesis of the conflict in South Sudan is due to the division within the ruling SPLM. It is therefore our view that to find a solution, the parties involved must have dialogue. “Deputy president Ramaphosa was tasked by President jacob Zuma to find solutions to the continued unrest in that country,” Mamoepa said.(Link)

EVEN THEIR REVENUE SERVICE GOONS ARE CORRUPT

Evidence this week in a peculiar and long-running court case in the North Gauteng High Court involving the former head of the SARS risk management division, Mandisa Mokwena, revealed that she was receiving payment from the State Security Agency while an employee of SARS. Mokwena faces charges of racketeering, corruption and money laundering totalling R11-million. She is also a former business partner of First Lady Tobeka Madiba-Zuma. The questions that have not been answered are why State Security had an agent in SARS, whether she had declared her additional income, and whether it was taxed. Also, why didn’t she reveal, at the start, that payments into her bank account were from SSA. And might  Jacob Zuma have something to do with it all? (Link)

 

 

 

RUNNING OUT OF “FILE COVERS???”

 

 

 

EVEN THEIR POLICE ARE CORRUPT

As more corruption usurp sensitive institutions, a highly sensitive but broad based investigation diary and records that may expose details of an informant have apparently been leaked in a mammoth firearms smuggling case, involving 3 028 police dockets linked to stolen guns. It is understood that the strictly confidential documents were allegedly leaked to the defence team in the matter. The head of the Western Cape’s Crime Intelligence division, Mzwandile Tiyo, was to have been served with a court order relating to the case to, among other things, see to it that the confidential documents were handed to the State.

Rondebosch businessman Irshaad “Hunter” Laher and Vereeniging arms dealer Alan Raves are the accused in the matter. They are involved in a case linked to the alleged selling of firearms, meant to have been destroyed by police, to gangsters around the Western Cape. An ex-police colonel, now serving a jail sentence for his role in the saga, previously said he had sold at least 2 000 firearms to Laher who allegedly paid him to steal guns meant for destruction. Jacobs, in an affidavit in the matter, has referred to the firearms case, saying 888 of the 2 000 firearms Prinsloo supplied, were forensically connected to 1 066 murders. This within the period under review. AND the corrupt ANC regime again pushes to disarm legal gun owners to make SA “gun free????”

SPENDING SEEMS TO BE THE ONLY VENTURE THEY ARE GOOD AT…

The Water and Sanitation Department has overspent its budget by R18.9 million. Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has been summoned to an urgent Parliamentary committee meeting on Thursday afternoon.She insists the department’s precarious financial position will not affect ongoing municipal infrastructural projects. The Water and Sanitation Department owes its contractors more than R1.5 billion. And its Water Trading Entity has an overdraft of almost R3 billion, because water boards and municipalities are not settling their debts. But Mokonyane says “she’s got the situation under control “ and that money will be shifted from regional infrastructure projects to plug the gaps. “It’s not projects that are not going to be implemented even this year. It’s projects that are ongoing.” The Democratic Alliance’s Leon Basson is not buying it. “This is now the fourth version we’ve been presented with from the same department, with the same DG and same CFO.” Mokonyane says municipalities should use their infrastructure grants more prudently to lessen the burden on her department.(Link)

NOW THEY EVEN EXPORT STOLEN GOODS TO INDIA AND PAKISTAN

It appears that someone in the Gauteng Department of Education has seen an excellent export opportunity, but it is not certain whether the money is channeled back into the department. Tablets intended to be distributed to pupils in schools were smuggled out of the country to India and Pakistan, while more tablets were also found in other provinces. The department discovered that a substantial amount of tablets simply “disappeared,“- and hired an international investigation agency to locate the missing tablets. Meanwhile, the MEC for Gauteng Education, Panyaza Lesufi, gave another reason why scholars were not issued with tablets as planned. He speaks of “social aspects,” and that grade 11 learners are “not ready” to receive tablets. Apparently, pupils are robbed of their tablets, and students use the tablets for games or download movies instead of using for school work.( Link)

 

AFTER CORRUPTING ONE PARASTATAL– THEY SIMPLY ARE MOVED TO START CORRUPTING ANOTHER:

After acting as the minister of communications was a complete failure and repeatedly plunging the public broadcaster into a crisis, Faith Muthambi now as Minister of Public Service and Administration is breaking her own record and creating her own kingdom. She promoted a registration clerk to the position of deputy director, thereby allowing Sello Maumela’s annual salary to jump from R231 084 to R612 014. Another deputy director was appointed by her at a cost R726 175 a year. She is now apparently breaching the appointment procedures by awarding higher salaries than what the post allows for. She also held two supposed imbizos, which cost just over R1.8 million. (Link)

THEN THE GRAVY TRAIN PICKED UP SPEED AND WE START  RUNNING INTO THE MILLIONS..

A construction magnet and good friend of Jacob Zuma allegedly received an R81 million advance on an R1 billion tender from the Department of Water and Sanitation. Philani Mavundla is suspected of being involved in a mining contract to erect an acid drain mine near Springs. The Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority (TCTA) was granted the contract, but according to a senior staff member at TCTA, the organization is widely eclipsed by darkness. Mavundla’s name first appeared in 2014 when he offered to repay Zuma’s Nkandla debt of R246 million, and he was the former Mayor of Greytown. It seems that many of his actions are done in gray areas with his captain.(Link)

TO SPICE UP ALL THE CORRUPTION THEY GO ” FUCKY-FUCKY” TOO-

 

Jeff Radebe, a minister in the presidency, allegedly requested a significantly younger staff member to send him pictures of her private parts. The allegations were made by a Sunday newspaper claiming that they know what they are talking about. According to the report, Radebe has been involved with SMSs since 2014 with the 29-year-old member of his office. The staff member, after receiving the requests which became very personal, refused to communicate with Radebe and turned to the media with her complaint of sexual harassment. She has since been suspended pending an investigation of alleged “provocative” behavior before Cyril Ramaphosa and Jacob Zuma. Twitter had a busy day with sarcastic comments about the minister and his tastes.(Link)

 

EVEN STEALING POWER FROM EACH OTHER….DOG EATS DOG

The daughter of Jacob Zuma and Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Thuthukile Zuma, has been accused of “stealing” an ANC Youth League branch. She allegedly hired bouncers to stop some ANC Youth League members from participating in a meeting to elect new leaders for the league’s Bheki Mkhize branch in Northcliff, Johannesburg. “She stole the branch. Thuthu has been trying to get her hands on that branch and she finally did it,” claimed one insider who did not want to be named. It was claimed that she was voted secretary of the branch at a five-star hotel in Randpark Ridge after chaos broke out at the Windsor Recreation Center, where the voting was due to take place last week Thursday night. “We know she is being positioned in order to facilitate a pronouncement for her mom as the next ANC president from both the region and the province,” said one ANCYL member who was at the center. (Link)

 

LOOKING AFTER THE KINGS AND CLANS…

King Goodwill Zwelithini is alleged to set up a new facility near Nongoma in Natal, which can cost more than R1 billion. It is eight times more than the original budgeted amount of R129 million.The king lives well since he has received more than R 550 million in the last ten years to keep his household running. Research is now underway by the department of arts and culture about the project and the apparently inflated prices and tenders. Political analysts report that the Nkandla scandal will appear like a “soup kitchen” compared to the King’s new complex.(Link)

-AND THE “CAPTAINS”

 

Traditional leaders in Limpopo will get more money than budgeted for municipalities to deliver basic services to residents. The Department of Cooperative Government, Traditional Affairs and Human Settlements (CoGHSTA) in Limpopo budgeted R496 million for the traditional leadership program. Jacques Smalle, DA leader in Limpopo, said in a statement in contrast to the huge amount, the department budgeted only R200m for cooperative government, which included municipalities. The R496 million goes largely for the reward of traditional leaders. This, while municipalities providing essential services will only receive R200 million. “It’s daunting that there’s a 20% increase in compensation for traditional leaders, while at least nine municipalities in Limpopo are on the verge of financial collapse,” said Smalle

. According to the CoGHSTA budget for the 2016 -17 financial year, R22 million will be used to upgrade 19 traditional councils across the province. Another R10 million will be used to buy new furniture for the buildings. The biggest cut of the cake, R70 million, will be used to upgrade the traditional Venda royal offices as well as the Bolobedu queen. R42 million was set aside to renovate 185 traditional councils. Narrowly, although the DA realizes the importance of traditional leaders, it is not acceptable that more money be spent on them than on service delivery at municipalities. Three former homelands, Venda, Gazankulu and Lebowa, are part of Limpopo. (Link) 

TAKING CARE OF CO-CONSPIRATORS THEY DO-GIVING GUPTAS LOANS AT A MERE 2% RATE

 

Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) officials met executives‚ officials and shareholders of Gupta-owned Oakbay Resources and Energy ahead of providing financial assistance to the company‚ IDC CEO Geoffrey Qhena said on Tuesday. His comments were contained in a reply to a question to Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel by Democratic Alliance economic development spokesman Michael Cardo. DA MPs have asked a series of Cabinet ministers whether they had met any members of the Gupta family within the context of allegations that they had captured the state through their close association with President Jacob Zuma.

“In the period leading up to the finalisation of negotiations regarding the transaction and in the normal course of business‚ Mr Ufikile Khumalo (who was at the time the divisional executive responsible for mining and beneficiation) and Mr Abel Malinga (the current divisional executive responsible for mining and metals industries) held several meetings with officials‚ executives and shareholders of Oakbay Resources & Energy including Mr Atul Gupta and Mr Jagdish Parekh. “All meetings with officials‚ executives and shareholders of Oakbay Resources took place at the offices of the IDC. None of these meetings took place at the Gupta’s Saxonwold estate‚” Qhena said.

In addition‚ Malinga twice met Oakbay Resources chief operating officer Ronica Ragavan last year‚ to finalise the terms for restructuring the company’s existing facilities with the IDC. “The second meeting discussed a possible early redemption of IDC facilities by Oakbay Resources. The meeting to discuss the restructuring of Oakbay Resources facilities took place at the IDC while the discussion on possible early redemption of IDC facilities by Oakbay Resources took place at the client’s offices at 144 Katherine Street‚ Sandton.”

In reply to another Cardo question‚ Qhena stressed that there were no political considerations in the IDC’s decision to restructure its financial facility with the Oakbay mining company. Cardo wanted to know why the IDC decided to restructure its interest in Oakbay at a reduced interest rate of prime plus 2%.The restructuring was done purely on commercial terms‚” Qhena said. He explained that the original R250m IDC loan was expected to be fully repaid‚ with R137.5m having already been received to date and R112.5m outstanding as at April 30 2016. The next installment of R37.5m was payable by the end of June 2016 and the full capital by end March 2018. The interest of R257m from April 14 2010 to May 31 2014 was converted into shares when the entity was listed (at a 10% discount to the listing price). The additional interest (after conversion) of prime plus 2% will be repaid as a lump sum on March 31 2018.(Link) 

THEY EVEN FLY WITH HELICOPTERS FOR A WIMPY BREAKFAST..

 

Northern Cape police commissioner Rimati Shivuri apparently used a state helicopter to take him to a nearby Wimpy for breakfast. However, that was not the end. The helicopter was used in the same week to fly from Colesberg to the Gariep Dam (Hendrik Verwoerddam) to pick up a jacket that Shivuri forgot about it. The cost for the two flights is calculated to be around R7 500. The province has one helicopter to fight crime, and it is now apparently used for personal use. On inquiry, the police declared that the chopper was used to combat crime and denied it was used for breakfast and clothing transport. Observers, however, attach no great importance to the denials because the denials generally uttered now, only determine later on that the facts weighed heavier than the denials.(Link)

-AND STEAL OTHER POOR PEOPLE’S MONEY FOR THEMSELVES..

 

The controversial social development Minister, Bathabile Dlamini, allegedly misused monies from SASSA to pay for her children’s “protection “ fees. The amount is almost R1 million.The SAPS has a special protection unit for ministers and their families, so Dlamini is not required to appoint a private security company and use taxpayers’ money unless she naturally has no confidence in her own government’s police more, like many other citizens.(Link)

  • STEALING FROM THE POOR TO FEED THE RICH- PLUNDERING THE STATE PENSIONS AGAIN:

 

The possibility that the public service’s pension fund will be used to save SAA from its maladministration bankruptcy by involving the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) as a business partner is totally unacceptable and must be avoided at all costs said Adv. Anton Alberts, the FF Plus parliamentary spokesman on transport. Adv. Alberts said it is heading in exactly the same direction where Transnet’s pension funds were stripped to save the entity from ruin and left thousands of Transnet pensioners in an appalling condition of poverty and misery.

Dondo Mogajane, Acting Director-General of the National Treasury, mentioned the possibility during a parliamentary portfolios meeting on finance. This follows Minister Malusi Gigaba’s statement that an SAA partner “ does not necessarily have to come from the private sector.” “The government wants to do exactly the same as what happened at Transnet. These statements must flash all red lights. It’s a joke and nothing more than stripping of assets on a huge scale.” “The government has taken a huge asset like SAA into the abyss of mismanagement, and now wants to use its own workers’ money to throw into this seemingly bottomless pit, which had to be bailed out with billions of rands without success.” The FF Plus believes such a move will be reckless and illegal and has already talked with the lawyer who is willing to act independently to prevent these plans from being executed.” “The government cannot be allowed to plunder this fund. The consequences will be tragic. An external private partner will have to be found to invest in SAA to get the airports company back on track,” said Adv. Alberts. (Link)

 

BUT WHAT ABOUT SPENDING A COOL R 1.7 MIL ON KFC, NANDOS AND HOTELS?

 

The Mayor of Emfuleni, Simon Mofokeng, which includes Vereeniging, Sasolburg, and Vanderbijlpark, allegedly spent more than R1,7 million in five years at KFC, Nando’s and the Shakespeare Inn Hotel. Meanwhile, the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) accused SABC chief executive officer James Aguna of unauthorized spending amounting to R5,1 billion while at the broadcaster. Destruction of documents at the broadcaster also came to light, and it seems to be an attempt to destroy incriminating evidence. A company appointed to investigate irregular expenditure will now cost R25 million after an initial quote amounting to R4 million.(Link)

EVEN WHEN KICKED-OUT THEY RECEIVE NICE GOLDEN “HAND-SHAKES.”

Municipal councilors rejected and voted out by voters during last year’s local government election do not cry too much about it. It seems that those councilors who were no longer supported by voters, probably because they did not work, were rewarded with a handsome golden handshake to the tune of R260 million. The figure was announced by Des van Rooyen, Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs. The amount is shared between approximately 5 000 former councilors, which means an average of R52 000 per councilor.(Link)

 

AND THOSE EXPENSIVE “BLING-BLING” CARS THEY NOW WANT TO HIDE FROM THE PUBLIC EYE…

 

The purchase of luxury vehicles for ministers should not be used as a “political football” or as “headlines”, Deputy Communications Minister Thandi Mahabehlala said on Tuesday. It came to light in last week’s communications portfolio committee meeting that the Department of Communications intends to buy new vehicles for Mahambehlala and Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo.  DA MP Phumzile van Damme said two new vehicles were expected to cost a minimum of R750 000 each. “The department states that the two new cars will be purchased at a minimum of R750 000 per vehicle, but as history shows, members of the executive have a penchant for splurging R1 million and above on cars,” Van Damme said at the time.

During Tuesday’s meeting, in which the department lamented its financial constraints, Van Damme again raised the issue. “In terms of cars, there are no cars bought by the department yet for us,” Mahambehlala said. “All cars I’ve inherited as deputy minister exceeded the mileage. The car in Cape Town exceeds 150 000 kms. “The protectors are complaining it is not correct to drive these cars.” She said if she had to go to Beaufort West, the department would have to hire a car for her at great expense.

‘Political football’

This should not be a political football or headlines in the media.” Van Damme wasn’t convinced. “If you say to the public a three-year-old car is not safe, they won’t buy it. I don’t buy it. “In these tough economic times, everyone must tighten their belt. This department must set an example,” Van Damme said. A BMW X5 was budgeted for Dlodlo’s predecessor, Faith Muthambi, in last year’s adjustments budget. Muthambi and Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, former deputy minister of communications, also received new vehicles in the 2014-15 financial year, with a combined value of approximately R3.7 million. The ministerial handbook allows ministers and their deputies two cars; one for use in Cape Town and the other for Pretoria. Departments can purchase new vehicles after mileage of 120 000km or after five years, whichever happens first, and the price of the vehicles may not exceed 70% of the minister or deputy minister’s total annual salary. In March, answers to a series of parliamentary questions by the DA revealed that the state spent more than R40 million of vehicles for ministers and their deputies since 2014.(Link) 

 PLUNDERING THE TRANSNET MEDICAL FUND

According to confidential information received, it appears that Transnet’s medical aid fund is in financial trouble. Members of the fund will apparently be transferred to another medical scheme, but members will have to pay a lot more for health cover. It is especially the old railway workers that will be affected as they are virtually unable to afford the new premiums. The Transnet Pension Fund has often been in the media and, in the past, old railway workers had to apply to the court to get better treatment.(Link)

TAKING THE WIVES FOR A FREE RIDE ON AN EXPENSIVE”ROADSHOW.”

The EFF asking Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba in Parliament why he took his wife Norma with to the USA.The EFF points out that previous ministers did not take their wife’s along for the show and wants to know if his wife attended meetings. It’s the tax payers money! To which Gigaba only said that his wife did not attend any meetings. Of course, the Madam Speaker, explained how travel worked and called for order, order, and order as the EFF waited for his explanation, and other parties then called for Gigaba to give his reasonsThe DA taking on Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba in Parliament regarding his USA “Roadshow”. Gigaba refuse to answer question. The Madam Speaker protected the minister and that is a strategy of the ANC. Gigaba knows how to dodge questions.(Link)

LO!! THEY EVEN ARE INVOLVED IN ILLEGAL POACHING OF RHINOS!

 

Minister of State Security David Mahlobo is not under investigation over his alleged involvement with Guan Jiang Guang, believed to have links to the illegal trade in rhino horn and allegedly a level-three-tier rhino-horn trafficker. This was confirmed yesterday by Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi, after Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe and Mulaudzi had both told news agency Al Jazeera in November that government – and the police – were looking into claims made by Guang that Mahlobo’s wife was involved in the illegal rhino horn trade. The Hawks were investigating a Guang establishment – frequented by Mahlobo – for being a brothel, said Mulaudzi.

In January, Mulaudzi told The Citizen that Guang’s whereabouts were unknown and it was believed he had fled the country using forged documents. The news goes hand in hand with claims by international not-for-profit organisation WildAid, which fights illegal wildlife trade, that the South African government is not doing enough to combat rhino poaching. “For years we have seen one South African elite after another evade justice, despite orchestrating the killing of rhinos and the trafficking of their horns,” said WildAid CEO Peter Knights, who was in South Africa to release the organisation’s report on South Africa’s failure to prosecute rhino-related crimes and how it could precipitate South Africa losing the “second rhino war”.

Knight said the problem was that when there was corruption at the top, it was inevitably followed by corruption all the way down the food chain. And, at the very top, are outstanding allegations against Mahlongo. “One of the major reasons the interventions by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species haven’t worked is because although a lot of poachers have been arrested here in South Africa, and a lot of poachers have been shot, authorities haven’t prosecuted any of the kingpins and middlemen,” Knight said. “So they’ve gone about trying to stop organised crime by essentially taking out foot soldiers,” added Knights. “No organised crime syndicate in the history of this planet has ever been stopped by taking out foot soldiers, because they are essentially replaceable,” Knight said.

WildAid estimated about 300 poachers had been shot since the explosion in poaching, most of them in SANParks’ flagship Kruger National Park. “Our concern is that at a time when we’re making very clear, measurable progress, if some of the kingpins were taken out, we could actually win this thing,” said Knight.(Link)

 

EVEN THEIR OWN FREAKIN PARLIAMENT IS ON IT’S WAY TO BANKRUPCY!

It is not only the SABC and other state entities that are hovering on the verge of bankruptcy because, according to the speaker of parliament, there are not enough funds in the budget for Parliament to do its job. A Member of Parliament, John Steenhuisen, states that parliament does not even do the basic things right. Also, there is no quorum in parliament for the purpose of implementing legislation, while other sittings seem to be a sleeping session for members. Since the arrival of the Revolutionary EFF in Parliament, numerous sessions are also disrupted or delayed due to their disorderly actions. The parliamentary secretary says parliament is a “broken organization that needs to be corrected.”(Link)

THEY EVEN ARE CALLING UP THE DEAD TO WORK FOR THEM!

The national treasury has about 12 000 dead people on its register of companies dealing with state affairs. This is one of the findings that the treasury’s procurement office has made in its struggle to update its information system, thus reducing spending, said Schalk Human, acting head of this unit. The office also identified about 14 000 civil servants who were designated as directors of companies – which were contrasted with government policies. “We will report them, even if it means we have to drag all 14 000 by the hair to court,” says Human.  Schalk Human To curb bribery and save savings became even more important after two rating agencies downgraded South Africa’s credit rating for government debt to junk status. Fraud and exaggerated prices cost the state about 40% of its R600 billion budget for goods and services, Human’s predecessor, Kenneth Brown, said in 2016. Some people have created companies with fake documents or use the identity of dead citizens to bid for higher-priced projects, which makes it seem that their legitimate business offers a cheaper bid to do the same job, Human says. “There seems to be competition, but it’s the same person,” he said.(Link) 

WHEN THEY STEAL- EVEN FROM PENSIONERS- THE FIGURES  REACHES FAR INTO THE BILLIONS…

The High Court in Pretoria in 2014 reserved judgment in an application by two Transnet pensioners to sanction the institution of a R80 billion class action against the parastatal and their pension funds.Judgment was expected the next week after Judge Ephraim Makgoba reserved judgment in the application by Johan Pretorius and Johan Kruger, who want to launch a class action on behalf of Transnet’s 62,000 impoverished pensioners in an attempt to recover close to R80 billion in assets and interest. He said it was not an easy matter to deal with, but undertook to deliver judgment before Friday the following  week. The group has accused Transnet of stripping the Transnet Pension Fund and Transnet Second Defined Benefit Fund (TSBF) of its assets and mismanaging them to such an extent that the funds were unable to meet their obligations to members. They have also accused Transnet of attempting to dissolve the pension fund. (Link) In another turn of events Transnet AGAIN was taken to sword about the excessive expenditure on a pipeline they built. According to internal sources at Transnet, the NMPP had cost no more than R11 billion, but the overall account is currently over R29 billion. Again mobster Brian Molefe’s name were visible in this scandal. ( Link) 

NO WONDER THEIR MUNICIPALITIES ARE FALLING APART AND SERVICE DELIVERIES ARE CHAOTIC- THE BOSSES DIG DEEP INTO THE COFFERS…

Municipal managers and politicians in the Eastern Transvaal are in trouble over R13 billion in unauthorized expenditure during the 2015/16 financial year. One of the culprits is the Lydenburg municipality who incurred R358 million expenses that were not authorized. It also appears that the education department of the province underperforms while the municipal managers are overspending.(Link)

THEN THEY ARE SELLING THE NATION OUT TO THEIR CRONIES…

Betrayal of the Promise: How the Nation is Being Stolen‚ – a 72-page report details how the Gupta family through various companies and friends‚ including  Jacob Zuma‚ gained beneficial positions to profit from several multi-million contracts with state owned companies‚ whether directly through shell companies and legitimate businesses or indirectly as brokers or ‘middle-men’ – and how their actions can be likened to a “silent coup”.

The report‚ released by the Public Affairs Research Institute (PARI)‚ was authored by a team of academics from various institutions who formed the State Capacity Research Project (SCRP)‚ which is leading a study on “the country’s emerging shadow state” and seeks to join the dots and paint the bigger picture of state capture.

Anti-corruption task team investigating Gupta coal deal
The SCRP is an interdisciplinary‚ interuniversity research partnership that aims to contribute to the public debate about ‘state capture’ in South Africa. This issue has dominated public debate about the future of democratic governance in South Africa ever since then Public Protector Thuli Madonsela published her report entitled State of Capture in late 2016‚” the preface to the report reads. “This report documents the systematic repurposing of state institutions in accordance with a political project mounted by the Zuma-centred power elite. It was demonstrated that the purpose of this political project is systemic illegal and/or unethical‚” it continues. “These pre-meditated and co-ordinated activities are designed to enrich a core group of beneficiaries‚ to consolidate political power and to ensure the long-term survival of the rent-seeking system that has been built by this power elite over the past decade. To this end a symbiotic relationship between the constitutional state and the shadow state has been built and consolidated.”

The report names Zuma’s power elite as‚ for example‚ Free State Premier Ace Magashule‚ Public Service and Administration Minister Faith Muthambi‚ Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba‚ Eskom group CEO Brian Molefe‚ Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane and Eskom and former Transnet CFO‚ Anoj Singh. It details the network of patronage that has allowed the systemic abuse of state owned entities (SOE’s) such as Prasa‚ SAA‚ Transnet and Eskom‚ that emerged in Madonsela’s report and a large number of media reports. The latter SOEs’ procurement spend has increased dramatically in the past decade‚ a symptom of the abuse.

CAPTURING THE STATE

Malusi Gigaba has been placed at the centre of efforts by  Jacob Zuma and his allies to raid state assets and reap billions of rand from government contracts, a study by eight leading academics from four of the nation’s top universities found. Zuma gave Gigaba the post on March 31, after he fired Pravin Gordhan following clashes over the management of state-owned companies and the national tax agency. The president’s move prompted two ratings companies to cut the nation’s debt to junk, raised questions about political stability and stoked policy uncertainty. Gigaba’s appointment may enable Zuma to control the state procurement office and a unit set up to combat money laundering, undermining the institutions’ key role in safeguarding the nation’s finances, the academics said in the report entitled “Betrayal of the Promise: How South Africa is being stolen.”

Recommendations

The report concludes that to resolve the current crisis the Gupta-Zuma network comprising 12 companies and 15 individuals that hold a “symbiotic relationship between the constitutional and shadow state” need to be broken down and dismantled. “This will require political action within and outside the tripartite alliance to dislodge Zuma as the kingpin of the symbiosis‚ coupled with legal action to criminalize and bring the perpetrators of state capture to justice‚” the report reads. To this end‚ it says‚ the former Public Protector’s recommendation that a judicial commission of inquiry be established must become an urgent priority.

It would also require bold action by the banking sector‚ such as the “Reserve Bank to expose and shut down the financial mechanisms that the shadow state uses”. Lynne Brown implicated in Gupta mine saga.“Using SOE procurement spend has tended to reinforce investment in large ‘big and shiny’ capital-intensive projects concentrated within the Mineral-Energy-Complex. This reinforces a pattern of job-starved economic growth in an economy with one of the highest unemployment rates in the world. “What is therefore really needed is employment- and livelihood-creating investments across a wide spectrum of small and medium enterprises capable of absorbing large numbers of unskilled and semi-skilled workers.”

The report concludes by reaffirming the notion that allegations of state capture and even circumstantial evidence of such‚ leads to a breakdown in trust in the State. “When there is no trust in public institutions‚ there is little goodwill to express solidarity through tax‚ criminality proliferates exploiting weaknesses in intelligence and crime enforcement authorities‚ and both capital and skills flee the country‚” the report reads‚ saying that under such conditions it is impossible to achieve transformative objectives that could improve the livelihood of the majority of South Africans as promised by the ANC. African National Congress veteran Tokyo Sexwale has distanced himself from Gupta-linked company Trillian, warning that what the country is experiencing now is not state capture but rather state handover. (Link)

 

EVEN THEIR POLICE ARE CORRUPT

As more corruption usurp sensitive institutions, a highly sensitive but broad based investigation diary and records that may expose details of an informant have apparently been leaked in a mammoth firearms smuggling case, involving 3 028 police dockets linked to stolen guns. It is understood that the strictly confidential documents were allegedly leaked to the defence team in the matter. The head of the Western Cape’s Crime Intelligence division, Mzwandile Tiyo, was to have been served with a court order relating to the case to, among other things, see to it that the confidential documents were handed to the State.

Rondebosch businessman Irshaad “Hunter” Laher and Vereeniging arms dealer Alan Raves are the accused in the matter. They are involved in a case linked to the alleged selling of firearms, meant to have been destroyed by police, to gangsters around the Western Cape. An ex-police colonel, now serving a jail sentence for his role in the saga, previously said he had sold at least 2 000 firearms to Laher who allegedly paid him to steal guns meant for destruction. Jacobs, in an affidavit in the matter, has referred to the firearms case, saying 888 of the 2 000 firearms Prinsloo supplied, were forensically connected to 1 066 murders. This within the period under review. AND the corrupt ANC regime again pushes to disarm legal gun owners to make SA “gun free????”(Link)  Ironically does police Minister Fikile Mbalula wants to disarm South Africa, but in February he had the need to buy a gun himself for “protection.” In addition, he believes that within a few weeks a license will be obtained for itwhere ordinary citizens normally have to wait for months  – up to  four and six months! The police minister’s Czech-made Ceská zbrojovka (CZ) 9 mm gun is “a little heavy” for personal protection, but a very popular weapon in South Africa .

Look at these Limpopo men indiscriminately firing pistols into the air. Their stupidity is offending.

Posted by South Africa Live on Friday, May 26, 2017

WE SUPPOSE FIKILE MBALULA WILL LET THESE “INNOCENT” PREVIOUS DISADVANTAGED ” VICTIMS “ KEEP THEIR GUNS.

 

AND AS ALWAYS- THEY BLAME “APARTHEID “ FOR THE CRIMES COMMITTED UNDER THEIR WATCH

 

 

(Link)

 

AS ALWAYS WHATEVER THEY TOUCH TURNS INTO A SHAMBLES-

 

Sixteen years ago, the Hartbeesfontein area in North West boasted a world-class dairy farm with international genetics. The then National Department of Land Affairs bought these and several other farms near Hartbeesfontein in the early 2000’s. The previous owners’ offer to act as mentors at the dairy farm was apparently not accepted – and government support was allegedly non-existent . Over time, this farm has deteriorated in such a way  that the Animal Protection Association had to exterminate  the animals a few years ago. The dairy farm is now completely deserted, decayed and overgrown with weeds .

 According to a farmer in the area, a Johannesburg businessman bought the farm recently at an auction. The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform has not responded to repeated requests for comment on the obvious decay on government farms near Hartbeesfontein and how much money has been invested in April. There are no farming activities on any of the eight farms. These that know said the government bought it at the time so that existing workers could continue farming there. “They did not want to accept white farmers in the area and the state did not fulfill its promises to the beneficiaries,” said one farmer. Annelize Crosby, an expert on land policy at Agri SA, says land reform efforts such as this fail, among other things, because the beneficiaries are mostly groups of ill-trained people. “They start fighting about how farming should be done. A lack of mentorship, among other things because mentors are distrustful, is another problem. “(Link)

KEEP TIGHTENING THE SCREWS ON THAT “RACISTS” TO HIDE ALL THEIR CORRUPTION AND MALADMINISTRATION- SILENCE THE WHITE LAMBS

Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa on Tuesday said the government is deeply concerned over the incidents of “racism “ which are often witnessed in different parts of the nation. “In recent times, racism has continued to come to the fore at times and rear its ugly head. Legislation is being tightened and progress made so far in terms of the mooted Prevention and the Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill,” Mthethwa said while tabling his 2017/18 budget vote speech in Parliament. “Once accented into law, this Act will criminalise all forms of bigoted crimes and speech.” He said government is currently leading community conversations on the emotive subject, and the country seeks solutions to the scourge of intolerance.(Link)

RUNNING THE GRAVY TRAIN FLAT-OUT!

 

In its fourth quarterly report on the provinces budgets in 2016-17, National Treasury revealed that far more than half of the money is spent on salaries. Meanwhile, civil servants are demanding a further pay rise that is well above the official inflation rate. While the official inflation rate is firmly below 7%, officials claim an excessive 12%, which means that the Treasury figures will soon look even worse. In Northern Transvaal, the gravy train is the highest with 69.2% of its total budget paid to salaries for civil servants. In the Eastern Cape, officials receive 63.4% of the total budget on salaries, in Natal it is 61.8%, in the Eastern Transvaal 59.5%, and even in the DA-controlled Western Cape, 53.1% of its total budget is for officials salaries. Thus, officials well-being, is looked after, while service delivery is apparently shoved to the back of the financial budget.(Link)

 

STILL THE CORRUPTION RUNS DEEP- VERY DEEP INDEED…

The DA says the report of the auditor-general (AG) on municipalities shows what financial damage the ANC has caused to municipalities nationwide. Kevin Mileham, DA’s spokesman for co-operative government and traditional affairs, said Kimi Makwetu, the AG, said last week that local governments spent about R17bn irregularly in the 2015/16 fiscal year. It is R5 billion more than in the previous financial year. He also found municipalities failed to notice 40% of their own irregular expenses. Municipalities in North West accounted for 15% of all irregular expenses. The O.R. Tambo District Municipality in Mthatha spent irregularly R1,56 billion, most of all municipalities. More than half of the unauthorized, irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenses have not been investigated. Mileham says the ANC is directly responsible for the paralysis of municipalities with “theft and robbery”. It is clear that the ANC continues to set its own interest over that of the public. “It’s money that had to be used to deliver basic services.” Mileham said that the AG’s report was not yet published. The AG’s office has not responded to a query yet. * Makwetu said in November last year there had been a “encouraging improvement” in the audits of South African municipalities. The number of municipalities receiving clean audits increased from 13 in the 2010 financial year to 11 to 54.(Link) 

 

IRONICALLY IT IS THE SMALL THIEVES THAT ARE SENT TO LENGTHY JAIL SENTENCES – ALL WHILE THE BIG THIEVES ARE PLUNDERING THE COUNTRY INTO JUNK STATUS.

A woman believed to be the kingpin of a syndicate which sold prepaid electricity was sentenced to 42 years in prison at the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg on Tuesday. Maphuthi Jeanette Chiliza, 60, from De Deur, south of Gauteng will serve 18 years in prison for managing a criminal enterprise, 12 years for participating in a criminal enterprise in the form of racketeering, 10 years for the theft of a prepaid electricity credit dispensing machine belonging to Eskom and 10 years for numerous counts of theft related to the illegal sale of electricity.(Link)

AND STILL THE BIGGEST THIEVES RETAIN THEIR STATUS QUO OF FREEDOM AND NEVER WERE QUESTIONED WHY?

 

Only in SA

Posted by News at Last on Tuesday, May 23, 2017

 

 

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