Trouble sparks in WC DA

Trouble sparks in WC DA

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The official opposition Democratic Alliance's Western Cape Provincial Executive Committee has referr…
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'Deputy Minister of Markets' speaks

‘Deputy Minister of Markets’ speaks

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Deputy Minister of Finance, Mcebisi Jonas, spent more than 20 minutes of the white-radio station Radio702, basically saying nothing. Or rather, saying that the Budget Speech tomorrow, would not differ…
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10 hours ago‘Deputy Minister of Markets’ speaks
Gupta ... er Molefe steps closer

Gupta … er Molefe steps closer

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LEADERSHIP / February 18, 2017 / BizNews Gupta “asset” Molefe steps closer to Finance Ministry.…
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SA needs people like Ben

SA needs people like Ben

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Ben Turok is one of South Africa's most formidable political thinkers on the Left of our p…
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Sanlam 'quiet' over Sarb: Davis

Sanlam ‘quiet’ over Sarb: Davis

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Judge Dennis Davis, who headed a Panel of Experts into monies channelled to Bankorp 17 years ago, sa…
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Trouble sparks in WC DA

The official opposition Democratic Alliance’s Western Cape Provincial Executive Committee has referred the leak of confidential party documentation to the media to James Selfe MP for consideration, as the Chairperson of the DA’s Federal Executive. Significantly Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille has been drawn into the ambit of the party inquiry. James Selfe reports
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‘Deputy Minister of Markets’ speaks

Deputy Minister of Finance, Mcebisi Jonas, spent more than 20 minutes of the white-radio station Radio702, basically saying nothing. Or rather, saying that the Budget Speech tomorrow, would not differ from previous ones – pro-white monopoly capital. A Black Opinion writer reports
21 February 2017 – The interview was a predicated on a paper the


Gupta … er Molefe steps closer

LEADERSHIP / February 18, 2017 / BizNews

Gupta “asset” Molefe steps closer to Finance Ministry. Anyone to stop them?

Ascension to Parliament by disgraced former Eskom CEO and Zupta “asset” Brian Molefe sparks memories of the last years of Apartheid. Even after money ran out as a Border War drained the coffers and


SA needs people like Ben

Ben Turok is one of South Africa’s most formidable political thinkers on the Left of our politics, and has been active for more than a half -century in promoting ideas based on the Freedom Charter and on a fully socialist approach to politics. Ben as a consequence  has suffered as a treason trialist,


Sanlam ‘quiet’ over Sarb: Davis

Judge Dennis Davis, who headed a Panel of Experts into monies channelled to Bankorp 17 years ago, says  Sanlam  is “very, very quiet” over the whole matter. Sanlam was the main beneficiary of the loan provided to Bankorp, reported the judge yet most of the  public criticism had been against Absa which took over Bankorp


Tackle Absa, Sarb told by marchers

Around 1000 members of the Black First Land First (BLF) movement marched to the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) on Friday to demand the institution take action against ABSA bank, following the release of the Public Protector’s preliminary report into apartheid state looting. Black Opinion reports
20 February  2017 – Brief heavy rains in the