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Chief Justice must delegate Judge in State Capture Commission of Inquiry

It never rained yet pours for President Jacob Zuma. He lost two cases in the same court managed by the same judge in a space of three working days. Right off the bat on Friday a week ago, North Gauteng High Court Judge Dustan Mlambo stripped him the forces to select the new National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) to charge him on assertions of alleged 783 tallies of fraud, corruption, money laundering, and racketeering he is confronting. Also on Wednesday Judge Mlambo expelled his application to survey previous Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's remedial action which endorsed him to develop a Judicial Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, headed by a judge picked by Chief Justice. The application was expelled with taken a toll. Zuma should likewise by and by pay the expenses of the review procedures, which professedly could add up to anyplace between R4 million and R6 million. The court discovers that the President's direct in attempting to obstruct the arrival of the Public Protector's State of Capture Report was a "manhandle of legal process and citizens cash

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Committee offended by inconsistencies at Steinhoff

The Standing Committee on Finance has communicated shock at what has occurred at Steinhoff and absolutely denounces the organisation’s conduct. The Committee encourages the Financial Services Board (FSB), the South African Reserve Bank (SARB), and the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA) and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) to speed …

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Steinhoff to show up before Parliament

The Portfolio Committee on Public Service and Administration chairman, Cassel Mathale approaches every administrative expert and criminal equity framework to explore Steinhoff outrage. Mathale’s remarks in a statement on Monday take after affirmations that individuals from the Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF) could lose about R12.5-billion in speculations. The test …

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HIV/AIDS pandemic high in Lephalale

Figures have demonstrated that Lephalale is among the territories in the Waterberg district with a high predominance of HIV/AIDS pandemic. Developing insights were uncovered amid the World Aids Day on December 5. Lephalale Local Municipality observed World Aids Day on December 5, 2017. Deputy Director of HIV/AID and STI Cluster …

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Weakened wheelchair bound shack occupant given a house

As a noteworthy part of recollecting the yearly 16 days of activism of No Violence against Women and Children Campaign a wheelchair-bound Limpopo woman who lived in a two-stayed shack was given over an as of late created RDP house. Kedibone Monyeki (37) was given the route to her new …

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The Mayor must prioritise service delivery and employment

The people of Lephalale used the opportunity to raise worries at the Mayoral Imbizo recently held at Moses Monanyane Sports Complex in Shongoane Village. Lephalale Municipality spokesperson Conscious Chiloane said the Imbizo is on-going Mayoral Outreach program to pass on government closer to the all-inclusive community. “The Municipality speaks with …

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Expresso 7 Episode Synopsis

Expresso Morning Show  Expresso is South Africa’s award-winning breakfast show, broadcasting on weekday mornings from 6:30 to 9:00am on SABC3. Hosted by Katlego Maboe, Ewan Strydom, Leigh-Anne Williams, Graeme Richards and Zoe Brown, the show offers a positive start to the day. From bite-sized entertainment, breaking showbiz news, as well …

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Road users be capable

The United Democratic Movement (UDM) calls on all road users to be dependable, cautious, restrained and to submit to the law, saying numerous mishaps are avoidable. The Movement Secretary General Bongani Msomi said in an announcement the nation can’t keep losing their lives in view of unroadworthy vehicles, over-burdening, plastered …

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PSA requires the defending of public servants savings

The Public Servants Association (PSA), is heightening the protection of public servants pension investments. This comes in the wake of late stunning news of bookkeeping inconsistencies in one of the real players in the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), Steinhoff. PSA is the second biggest Public Service union representing more than …

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