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ANC ‘merciless’ on corruption? It’ll take 20 years to clear case backlog – just for starters

With headlines almost daily on government financial scandals and backhanders for civil servants increasingly common, no-one is under any illusion that corruption is a major blight on South Africa’s business and investment landscape. In this article, Paul Hoffman hammers home the reality of the difficulty of cleaning up on corruption. Arrests are significantly down on […]

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Cadre Deployment in the Public Administration is illegal

The need for transformation of outmoded deployment practices in the public administration must be taken seriously by the authors of the pervasiveness of cadre deployment in state owned enterprises (think Brian Molefe at Eskom) and the public administration (think Bheki Cele and Riah Phiyega in the police). It is the ANC led alliance which has […]

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The Zexit options

It was clearly a mistake to vote for Jacob Zuma as the candidate for the presidency of the ANC at its conference in Polokwane in 2007. The mistake was compounded when an even larger majority of the delegates at Mangaung, five years later, voted in the same way.   These mistakes have translated themselves into […]

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Juju’s antics

Dear Mr Editor Julius Malema, commander in chief of the EFF, has been charged with inciting violence through his anti-white rhetoric and encouragement of land invasions. Those who characterise the Riotous Assemblies Act of 1956 as a piece of apartheid era legislation and seek to impugn its constitutionality do not seem to appreciate that it […]

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State capture began with cadre deployment

The need for transformation of outmoded deployment practices in the public administration must be taken seriously by the authors of the pervasiveness of cadre deployment in state owned enterprises and the public administration. It is the ANC led alliance which has been in power at national level since 1994 that is responsible for this illegal […]

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Service delivery and corruption

It is reported in the media that the Secretary General of the African National Congress, Gwede Mantashe, told a town hall meeting in Evaton on 3 January, 2017 that: “Corruption is not curing (sic). This practice is stealing. If it is real, abantu must be arrested. It’s simple.” Corruption is real. The Anti-Corruption Task Team […]

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