Monday, June 29, 2015

South Africa Jack Sen Highlights Problems

South Africa Jack Sen Highlights Problems

South Africa


Jack Sen, former parliamentary candidate for the UKIP party, highlights problems within South Africa. Sen was recently suspended by UKIP leader Nigel Farage for supremacist remarks made in defense of the white minority group of South Africa. Sen is not a racist, but rather a pragmatist that genuinely wants what is best for humanity. White nationalists, including internationalists, sent hate mail and called him a fascist because of his open-mindedness, and have menaced Sen. There is a vast lack of knowledge and ignorance when it comes to South Africa, and Sen has noticed this. Sen, who grew up in South Africa, has always had a passion and interest in the well-being of fellow citizens. The international media, according to Sen, schools the public into believing that all is well. Not so – the problems are whitewashed.
However, Sen assures the audience that the truth needs to be told, and that might not appeal to all the people who narrow-mindedly refuse to accept the cold, hard facts of current events in South Africa. There is the notion that blacks in South Africa have been disadvantaged by the minority group and that the land was stolen, and this accounts for whites being termed as evil. It does not matter that black tribes arrived in South Africa a short time before the Europeans and that the land in most parts of the country was not habitated. Land rights are a sensitive issue and debates around reform are ongoing.
Many would agree that blacks were better off under the apartheid era, yet the terrorist groups instigated by Communist countries filled the minds of leaders with the take-it-all mantra, and Sen will continue to raise awareness. Although abruptly suspended from the UKIP, for apparent racial remarks and broaching the subject of the South African white genocide, he raises the sensitive issues the world would rather forget.
Highlighting some of the problems, Sen pointed out some historical facts and said that in 1988, black South Africans owned 260 000 more vehicles than all the black African states together. The monthly income of blacks per capita in 1988 was R352 per month in South Africa, compared to less than R20 per month in Malawi and Mozambique. Complicated medical surgery was available to black citizens for less than a dollar, while Americans had to pay $15,000. It was recorded that up to 3,000 heart valve surgeries were performed each year in the capital, Pretoria.
A Canadian physician, Dr. Kenneth Walker, visited Soweto in the 1980s and made some startling observations. The houses were neat, well-kept and clean, and many had BMWs at the door. Dr. Walker said that less than two percent of homes were shacks, with neat buildings and lawns, compared to the decaying apartments in New York, Chicago or Detroit. Dr. Walker said that if forced to choose where to live, he would choose Soweto and observed that this city had more churches, schools, and sports fields than any other independent African state.
There are so many comparisons of how well black South Africans progressed under the apartheid government, and one important factor is the quality of education offered under that era. Compared to the education quality and standard today, there is a decline and a morally low achievement by scholars. Compared to other African countries during the apartheid era, the education offered to the majority was higher by almost 50 percent. Higher education was funded by the government, and in 1985, over 42,000 blacks enrolled at universities; a remarkable achievement under an era defined as evil.
The world accused South Africa of being a police state, and killing political offenders. During 1979 and 1980, South Africa did not have any prison deaths. In the previous ten years, 37 people died, compared to the 274 people who died in prisons during the same period in Wales and England. Perhaps the statement of comparison does not account in favor of the apartheid regime. The government was accused of paying slave wages and, compared to some countries in the world, there is little to compare. In 1983, South Africa paid an average of $127 compared to the $140 paid in America, the richest country in the world.
Where is the loyalty from the rest of the world as today, Whites suffer under the majority government? The escalations of violence, farm murders, the slow genocide of the whites, the high crime rates – all under a government who professes democracy. When will the world stand up and take action against a communist-run government? Jack Sen is targeted because of the truth. Why do people ignore the facts and pretend that all is well in South Africa? Sen, by highlighting the problems, has suffered defeat unfairly. It is people like Sen who the world needs; people who stand up for the truth and utter the harsh, cold facts of reality.
Sen, while polling for the UKIP party, secured more than 6,000 votes in West Lancashire earlier this year. Sen, although suspended, will continue to fight for the self-determination of ethnic whites and the plight of their future under the ANC government. Sen has joined forces with Front National SA and will champion the fight for the freedom of the minority group.======READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE - PUBLISHED TODAY ON THE GUARDIAN LV


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Sunday, June 28, 2015

Zuma President of South Africa Proves Politics Is a Dirty Game

Zuma President of South Africa Proves Politics Is a Dirty Game

Zuma


Politics is a dirty game, and the South African President Jacob Zuma demonstrates how authoritative control emerges. The abuse of power, control, and influence Zuma has as president proves that there are no brakes to regulate the greed, corruption and self-enrichment. South Africa is governed under a constitution rated as one of the best in the world, and the president signals that the abject failure of the African National Congress (ANC) stems from this constitution. Service deliveries, the power crisis, and the untold misery of the population, is squarely placed on the Constitution faults. The failure of good governance is not about incompetence, laziness, corruption, and greed; it is all about manipulation.
Zuma is known to ramble on incoherently among the clueless supporters telling all sorts of lies and blaming the media for distorting the truth. Always loudly cheered by thousands for the crack joke about Nkandla and pay back the money mantra. It is a joke when the crowd is told to go make babies, and the ANC will pay a child grant. The popularity the president gains are through manipulation and stirrings of empty promises. Nobody asks tough questions anymore.
When desperation arises, and the ANC starts losing votes, the president will threaten the majority of supporters with the wrath of the ancestors. This is the final party hat trick of manipulating the crowds to vote for a party full of nepotism, corruption, fraud, and incompetence. Perhaps this is how Zuma defined the ‘ANC will rule forever,’ by blackmailing the masses with the scary spirits of the dead, and so people continue to vote for the corrupt ANC party.
The Classic promise the president made about fighting corruption and the biggest challenge the ANC party would undertake to resolve, is nothing more than a hollow promise the party has made for years. Zuma did manage to track down a few corrupt officials within the ANC leadership, and although it has taken years, the mystery was cracked; it is all the fault of tenders. Tenders, the president said is the root of all corruption, and this is what has messed up South Africa. Seriously, Zuma said the government would centralize the tender process through a central tender board. All this means is that the ANC is going to do nothing about leadership corruption.
The promise of how the ANC government is fighting tooth and nail to address the land issue, which is still in the hands of a select few whites, is a mandatory stir-up-the-crowds statement. When the government owns so much land and do not give to the poor masses, it is easier to target the minority. The land claims by tribal leaders who have the full support of the president, ensure that land grabs are to the order of the day.
It looks like the people forget to ask the ANC what the definition of democracy is. South Africa was a great country, and if the ANC do change the constitution, it would be to ensure that Zuma rules forever. the president might argue that a third term is needed to unite the people of South Africa. They see Zuma as a wonderful inclusive president who rules for all, just as the ANC promised 21 years ago.
Without any doubt, Zuma is skillful in politics, as he is a person who learned the tactics of power, deceit, and convenience. Zuma was head of the ANC’s Intelligence underground structures and a shrewd strategist who rules by alliances. Zuma is a survivor and has first-hand knowledge of dealing with mini rebellions from within the ANC party, the media, and political discourse.
From over 700 corruption charges, to spy type and self-enrichment, the president proves that tact and strategy overcome the battle of enemies who would like nothing more than the downfall of this man. They want a president without a matric certificate, countless public blunders, and scandals. Zuma survives because the power is not spineless and does not depend on morals. ........READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE - PUBLISHED TODAY ON THE GUARDIAN LV
Opinion by Laura Oneale

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Saturday, June 27, 2015

South Africa the Faults of Black Empowerment Policies

South Africa the Faults of Black Empowerment Policies

South Africa


The ruling African National Congress (ANC) party of South Africa implemented Black Broad-Based Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) policies, and the faults within this enablement continue to raise poverty within the country. In the 21 years of ANC rule, there have been laws passed for the benefit of the elite only while the majority continues to suffer untold misery. The government will say BBBEE is a meaningful change for South Africa, and this is a contradiction. These black empowerment policies implemented in South Africa have many faults, and will only make things worse for the country.
In South Africa, there is no democracy, there is only power hunger black dictators who compete to see who can stay in power the longest. Leaders that rape and pillage the country, to keep people both in poverty and uneducated. Foreigners from South America or the Far East are welcomed in South Africa and able to secure employment, yet white South Africans are rejected from the workplace. The greatest problem with the BBBEE policy is that more emphasis is given to the color of skin than on skills. The government is of the opinion that the BBBEE policy addresses inequality, but in fact only worsens the problems. It is a racist law that restricts the economy; great for the shortsighted, but stupid for those with a vision of real democracy.
The mantra of the ANC is “we want.” and what the ANC do not want is to encourage the majority to strive to be successful. It is far easier to demand from what others have achieved in the past. The last 21 years have shown no progress, and it is a wonder South Africa is still ticking over. When the ANC were given the country to steer into democracy, the Black Economic Empowerment and Affirmative Action laws were implemented; when this failed, the ruling party quickly changed to BBBEE. In effect, the change gives the ANC government the power to measure how black people are benefiting from a broad range of economic elements within the public and private sector.
BBBEE is all about the majority of blacks taking over successful companies, through government coercion. Large corporations have bowed down to the pressure, and have made a few blacks incredibility rich for almost doing nothing. The employment of blacks is to ensure that the ownership and management have the correct quota to satisfy the BBBEE laws. The larger corporations can afford to hire incompetent blacks for the sake of achieving a high score for BBBEE grades, and at the same time hire white consultants to fix the mistakes made by permanent black staff. The smaller and medium business suffers from the consequences of not complying with BBBEE regulations.
The ANC ruling party does not use government funds to build new factories or businesses for black people to manage, because it would not work. It is far easier to vilify white business than to admit blacks do not achieve success. It has happened so often when the government has handed over the successful business and farms to unskilled people. A typical example is the power giant Eskom, who has managed to plunder the resources for self-enrichment and toss South Africa into darkness. These are just a few of some of the faults of black empowerment policies in South Africa.
There are some black professionals who appeal to the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema to rescue the majority from the oppression the white minority group of South Africa has caused. These are the same people who did not see a wheel, know how to read or write, and lived in a nomad existence when Jan van Riebeeck arrived in the Cape in 1652. They are the same people, who killed, raped and survived by pillaging other tribes. The same individuals would rather consult a witch doctor before trusting a skilled medical doctor, and who believe the black skin color is why there is not a chance of success in a black run country. South Africa is a country run by the majority who are black, and outnumber the white minority by nearly ten to one, resulting in a nation with over 50 million blacks and less than five million whites.
If all the complaints made by the majority is factual; that is to say, that white-owned firms who forced the black majority to work harder in order to gain recognition, as compared to white coworkers, then why do the majority not start new businesses or go work for black-owned companies instead? Why do the majority lower standards and work for racists, the immoral white man who stole everything in South Africa? It is easy to complain to political leaders to bail the oppressed black majority out of the hands of the minority. It is not easy for the majority to get up and do something about grievances; no, it is far more natural to look for sympathy. It is far easier to complain and remain envious of black people who did something constructive.
It is a fact that the South African economy is worsening because the ANC decided that Affirmative Action and BBBEE were needed. Both these ANC policies have only managed to artificially empower a few black people who should never have been empowered. The BBEEE policy has made some well-connected black elite very wealthy, by sitting back and reaping the monetary reward earned by others.
The results of all the government interferences are like there is no tomorrow. Skillful whites have left the country, not only because of the BBBEE disaster but because whites do not want to be brutally murdered by barbarians. Former profitable businesses are suffering under unproductive black leadership. The public services and infrastructure have declined into such a pathetic state..............READ THE ENTIRE STORY - PUBLISHED TODAY ON THE GUARDIAN LV

Opinion by Laura Oneale
Edited by Chanel van der Woodsen

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South Africa Communist Party Regrets Propelling Zuma Into Power

South Africa Communist Party Regrets Propelling Zuma Into Power

South Africa


The South African Communist Party (SACP) regrets replacing Thabo Mbeki and propelling Jacob Zuma, a cult figure, into power. The SACP admitted this was a political blunder. The African National Congress (ANC) the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) and the SACP formed a tripartite alliance and rumors abound if this union will survive once Zuma ends the current term in 2019.
The SACP will hold a meeting this weekend and the party already has divisions regarding the Zuma leadership of South Africa. There is the notion that Zuma is a weak leader who has failed to lead the tripartite union successfully. It was agreed that the ANC was not blameless, however the party did fail to develop an effective joint action for the union. The SACP admit that rallying around Zuma was not a solution after defeating Mbeki and said that the Zuma’s project was too excessive. There is a particular cult worship toward Zuma and dangers in personalising politics. Hero worship can turn into and infantile anti-fixation. The obsession with Zuma by members such as Julius Malema who was disappointed with the leadership and turned against the president, is a fear the SACP want to avoid.
The entire tripartite alliance is a marriage of convenience between the left and the right. There is a lot of disappointment with the ANC leadership of South Africa and, for this reason, there is mention of the SACP ending the marriage and forming a new political party before the next elections are held in South Africa.. The SACP is a working convenience for the ANC, who muster up votes to keep the ruling party in power. There are relationship strains within the union, and the SACP feel as if they are under attack by ANC officials who disrupt meetings or rallies. The SACP feel they cannot campaign for the ANC based on the breakdown in the relationship.
Several provinces within South Africa, have experienced frosty relationships with ANC premiers and leaders. Corruption within the ANC provinces has irked the SACP, who call for dismissals and reforms, but are ignored. The only benefit in the tripartite alliance is the ruling party the ANC leadership elite.
The ANC is not a stable party and has profound problems with the women’s league and the youth league. The weekend conference will be a time for the SACP to reflect on the relationship and consider the options of divorcing the ANC. To go it alone would be a test of strength and if the time is right, the SACP could use the local government elections in 2016 to realize the dream of becoming a real threat to the ANC.
The deterioration within the union is evident and members of the SACP will discuss the way forward for the party. The ANC together with the alliance, has not garnered much support in some of the provinces, and the general disregard of processes is the cause of loss of votes throughout South Africa. The ANC elite are traveling on a power trip and abuse the alliance in the quest to remain in control.
The strengthening of ties between the unions is a possibility and might be official as the alliance get to the Congress to discuss a way forward to resolve the ambiguous relationship. The SACP need clarification on association membership and procedures to ensure that it is not only the ANC elite who benefit from the union. Ministers elected must be accountable to the membership and not only the ANC.
There is a split within the SACP to divorce the ANC, as loyal members are comfortable within the union. To contest the elections as a single party might prove a walloping defeat for the SACP, who do not have the majority support from the people of South Africa and the leftist ideas are frowned upon by most.
The growing hostility affects the SACP in a negative way and although when campaigning for the ANC, there is an element of society who do consider the possibility of the SACP doing well in an election. A fight with the ANC is a cause of trouble within the SACP and many oppose the idea, because the conflict is the fear of life after the Zuma leadership. There is the fear that more radical democratic thinking leaders within the ANC might drive out the SACP, who hold fast to socialism reform. It might be an early call for SACP members to prepare for the inevitable Zuma replacement, and who want to remain secure within the top ANC fold. Members within the SACP feel marginalized within the ANC fold and feel a new leader will not be as accommodating as Zuma.
When SACP members challenge the president, on matters of corruption or fraud this does call for disagreement placing the alliance in a frosty position. Enforcing discipline is problematic when corruption is at its highest.............. READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE - PUBLISHED TODAY ON THE GUARDIAN LV

Abused White Woman Will have Foot Amputated



READ THE UPDATE Abused White WomanWill have Foot Amputated -UPDATE



“Good things come to those who wait… greater things come to those who get off their ass and do anything to make it happen.” – Unknown. Life is never without hope and for Natasha, there will be a happy ending. “The pain you feel today is the strength you feel tomorrow. For every challenge encountered there is opportunity for growth.” – Unknown

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Last year I wrote a story about Natasha, a young white woman who was abused from the age of six and lived a pitiful life under the hand of notorious Nigerian drug lords. Her journey is not a pleasant one and when a glimmer of hope did arise it soon faded away leaving Natasha depressed and lost in a world of more abuse.

Since last year I have been trying to locate her mother, Vesna Van Den Berg, who previously lived in Port Elizabeth and worked for a company Dunlop Trucks. All to no avail, either the woman does not want to be found or is untraceable. Right now Natasha does not have anybody in this overpopulated world to turn to expect my son Chris and of course me.

This is a really sad story, Natasha is in hospital and will probably have her foot or leg amputated when the government doctors and hospitals find the time to do so. I am not disrespecting the public health services but do have questions regarding the urgency of her case. It all began on the 6th of June when Natasha injured her foot and probably contracted blood poison. On Monday, she was seriously in a lot of pain, I took her to the South Rand Hospital, situated in Johannesburg. From 7 a.m. in the morning until 16h00 we waited to see a doctor. Natasha was in a lot of pain and could not walk and all my pleading with the hospital authorities was in vein, there was no urgency and I was told to wait until a doctor was available. At 16h00 we left the hospital without seeing a doctor and returned the next day. Yureka, we got to see a doctor before midday and Natasha were admitted for further observation and treatment.

Photo 1 – Natasha at the hospital on June 8.



On June 12th, I went to visit Natasha, who was still experiencing a lot of pain and remained uncomfortable. I managed to check the hospital file and noted that she was diagnosed with Cellulitis. Of course, I had no idea what that was and when I got home, I immediately Googled the diagnoses and although I do not understand all the medical terms it appeared that Cellulitis can be cured with antibiotics. So I was pleased that she was in the hospital and receiving treatment.

Photo 2 – Natasha in hospital on June 12.

While reading the doctor; report, I was pleased that they had discovered her serious social deformity and recommended physiological help.

Photo 3 – Doctor’s report

Between June 12 and June 22, I was unable to visit but my son Chris did manage to get there a few times. Each time he would tell me that she was still in a lot of pain and that her foot appeared to be worse. I was surprised and really believed that she would respond to treatment. I phoned the hospital and was told that Natasha would be transferred to the Johannesburg General Hospital (renamed Charlotte Maxeke) for treatment under specialists. Apparently she was supposed to be moved on June 23rd but because there was a lack of beds, the transfer was delayed.
Today is June 27th and Natasha is still in the South Rand Hospital so, on this freezing day, I decided to visit her and find out exactly what is going on. Natasha is not a happy child, she is in severe pain and the foot looks terrible. Black and red swelling all around one of the toes spreading up past the ankle.
Photo 4 – Natasha's foot

I am totally at a loss for words, I do not understand why her condition deteriorated into gangrene. Yes, gangrene, I read the hospital reports and it is confirmed, with a recommendation to amputate her foot. There is a report that mentions another diagnosis on her records, Osteomyelitis, infection in the bone, so the poor girl will lose her foot.

Photo 5 and 6 – Hospital report



Natasha was supposed to be moved a week ago and receive treatment under specialists. I spoke to the nursing sister today and she said it would probably happen on Monday. I am wondering if there is an underlying cause of the initial blood poisoning in her foot that will effectively cause her to lose a limb. I am so disturbed by the chain of events and wonder if there was a lack of urgency from hospital staff in identifying the problem. Of course, there are many thoughts that run rampant in my mind and one thought that springs up is the lack of urgency because she is white, an abused and socially ignorant person.
Photo 7 – Natasha in Hospital today (eating sweeties)


Natasha is unaware of the pending amputation and I imagine that the doctors have come to the conclusion that she would not understand the entire procedure, even if the amputation is meant to save her life. I am hoping the hospital will send social workers or whoever they have to help her deal with this trauma.

I know that very few people would offer to help this young girl, everybody is so caught up with their own problems. Yet, I ask if there is anybody who has compassion and would at some time visit Natasha in the hospital, and give her a word of encouragement. Or is there anybody I can contact who would be willing to help Natasha with the trauma she will be undergoing. Based on her previous lifestyle and loneliness, I know that people do not want to get involved.

Thank you for taking the time to read this story and I have added links to the previous two article about Natasha’s past. It would be wonderful if I could find her mother, just saying.


Sunday, June 29, 2014
Abused White Woman Finally has a Hope of Freedom
The story I am about to tell is a real story and a story close to my heart. In South Africa and all around the world, people hear the horror stories of abuse, torture, rape, torment, and misfortune. Reading about the stories is one way to bring awareness, but when people are involved in making a difference the whole outlook of horrors changes to gratitude and humbleness.
Natasha was abused at the age of six by her grandfather. Her parents divorced and her life was barely comfortable from a young child. At the age of thirteen, Natasha disappeared, according to her account she was alone in the world with no family and somehow ended up living with Nigerians. Nigerians who were notorious drug lords.

From the age of thirteen, without any formal education and no chance of receiving any, she was given drugs and alcohol and turned into a prostitute. As the years went by, she was then used as a drug mule for the Drug Lords and traveled to China, Brazil, London, and some other countries to deliver drugs and diamonds to contacts overseas. We have heard of stories about these young women taking drugs from one country to another and being detained to face a life imprisonment, but Natasha was never caught. One can only assume it was because of her formal lack of education. 

Sunday, July 6, 2014
Abused White Woman Survives a Week of Misery

After writing an article last week about Natasha and Chris, I honestly believed I would have some peace. Well, there was no peace; it is like being between heaven and hell and trying to find a solution to a problem that is a nightmare. The story ended with a glimmer of hope for Natasha as she finally received some help through a home for destitute and abused people. 

Friday, June 26, 2015

South Africa Marikana Massacre Report

South Africa Marikana Massacre Report

South Africa


The President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, released the long-awaited Marikana Massacre report and said that the findings exonerated all top government officials from any wrongdoing. The African National Congress (ANC) government have no political accountability, and it is the culture of the ANC to cover up all the wrongs. The ANC have blood on their hands, and have once again proved to be a party of thieving criminals.
The South African Police take the brunt of the Marikana disaster and police commissioner Ria Phiyega must respond to Zuma within a month on the findings. Phiyega is not fit for the position of police commissioner. Opposition parties want more action and investigations into the Commissions report. Both unions involved in the Marikana disaster, The Association of Mineworkers and the Construction Union, (AMCU) and the National Union of Mines (NUM) have been cited in the report as not handling the situation correctly. The executives of Lonmin have also been cited as not having done enough to divert a disaster.
AMCU president Jose Mathunjwa said the report was disappointing because there is mention of another investigation, an investigation Mathunjwa said should have been concluded during the two-year Farlem Commission inquiry. Mathunjwa was disappointed that Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa, as well as Mineral Resources Minister Suzan Shabangu, were absolved of any offense.
The official opposition party, the Democratic Alliance (DA) strongly criticizes the findings and believe President Zuma misled the nation by stating that the Commission found the executive had played no role in the decision of the police to implement tactical option on that fateful day, when 34 miners died. The DA stated that the Constitution of South Africa placed the political responsibility for the actions of the SAPS in the hands of the Police Minister.............................READ THE ENTIRE STORY - PUBLISHED TODAY ON THE GUARDIAN LV
Opinion by Laura Oneale
Edited by Chanel van der Woodsen

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The Great South African Government Corruption List


The African National Congress (ANC) governing party of South Africa, are escalating the country into an ungovernable state. 21 Years of ANC democracy and the countless corruption, fraud and crime continues to dominate the ruling party. Mandela was a reconciliation president and started the process of corruption by allowing nepotism to flourish. Mbeki took over the reigns and progressed on the corruption, and self destruction. The one to beat is Zuma, the current president, there is no stopping his appitite for self enrichment. All at the cost of the senseless, uneducated voters who are brainwashed into believing these men are heroes who left their families, friends and country to train in warfare and establish a plan to liberate South Africa and free the millions of oppressed people. 

1. Multi-billion $ Arm’s deal
2. E-tolling
3. Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla Homestead Project (Project Prestige)
4. Nkandla Freeway Project
5. Misuse of the plastic bag levy funds
6. Police Buildings and the exorbitant lease saga
7. Travelgate
8. Tony Yengeni’s arrest
9. Jackie Selebi and everything about the trial
10. Jackie Selebi’s parole
11. Shabir Schaik’s trial, during which Zuma was implicated but no prosecution followed
12. Schabir Shaik’s parole on medical grounds, but suddenly, he has fully recovered
13. Richard Mdluli’s slush fund
14. Richard Mdluli’s abuse of safe houses
15. Richard Mdluli’s travel agency scam
16. Richard Mdluli’s abuse of state owned vehicles
17. Manto Tshabalala-Msimang’s liver transplant
18. Nathi Mtethwa’s private residence upgrade with public funds
19. Julius Malema’s Limpopo feeding programme
20. Ntau Letebele’s transport tender in Limpopo
21. Julius Malema’s transport tender in Limpopo
22. School feeding schemes in the Eastern Cape
23. Ms Dina Pule and the ITC Indaba
24. Limpopo textbooks saga
25. Moses Kotane Development Agency corruption
26. Msunduzi municipality officials using more than R1m of taxpayers’ money to fund an ANC rally.
27. Mthatha corruption case over fraudulent legal jobs didn’t exist
28. Ekurhuleni municipality corruption in awarding water meter contracts to Lesira-Teq
29. Thaba Chweu local municipality’s misuse of R3m in 2009
30. Endemic corruption at Nala Local Municipality to the point that treasury have cut them off
31. Desiree Tlhoaele’s axing after going after corrupt officials in sports, arts and culture
32. Viking testing station’s corrupt examiners
33. Police officers Linda Mlambo and Mahlang Shaku fraudulenty conning motorists out of cash
34. Sandton officers arrested for corruption after extorting money from a motorists
35. Willie Hofmeyer’s axing
36. Mvula Trust and the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs’ job creation fraud to the tune of hundreds of millions of rands
37. Government’s endemic over-use and over-pay of consultants
38. Glynnis Breytenbach’s axing
39. The spy-tape saga
40. Thosan Panday corruption in KZN
41. KZN’s misuse of R785m in 2011
42. Madibeng municipality awarding millions in tenders to its own employees
43. Madibeng municipality’s taxation scam with its employees
44. Madibeng municipality paying money to fictitious companies for fictitious work
45. Madibeng municipality paying for funerals that never took place
46. Madibeng municipality paying for home renovations for its employees
47. Taung municipality paying triple digit increases without consultation
48. Morake Incorporated Attorneys & the Rustenburg provincial department – R13m paid in fees for a disciplinary hearing
49. Endemic corruption at Mbhashe municipality to the point of the mayor and 7 others being fired
50. Corruption exposed by SIU at Rustenburg and Madibeng local municipalities
51. Corruption exposed by SIU at Moses Kotane
52. Corruption exposed by SIU at Bojanala District
53. Corruption exposed by SIU at Ventersdorp
54. Corruption exposed by SIU at Greater Taung
55. Corruption exposed by SIU at Tswaing
56. Corruption exposed by SIU at Ramotshere Moiloa
57. Corruption exposed by SIU at Mahikeng
58. Corruption exposed by SIU at Dr Kenneth Kaunda District
59. Corruption exposed by SIU at Maquassi Hill
60. Corruption exposed by SIU at Moretele
61. Corruption exposed by SIU at Lekwa-Teemane
62. Corruption exposed by SIU at Ngaka
63. Corruption exposed by SIU at Modiri Molema District
64. Corruption exposed by SIU at Ditsobotla
65. Corruption exposed by SIU at Kagisano
66. Corruption exposed by SIU at Kgetlengrivier
67. Corruption exposed by SIU at Ratlou
68. Corruption exposed by SIU at Dr Ruth Mompati District
69. Corruption exposed by SIU at Naledi Local Municipality
70. Awarding of tenders to Vivian Reddy following Zuma intervention
71. Twenty five cases, involving R768 827 043 in KZN in 2010 alone
72. The Glen Agliotti case
73. Diverting of public funds to Swazi King
74. Diverting of public funds to Robert Mugabe
75. Diverting of public funds to Zanu-PF
76. Funding of military equipment in Zimbabwe with SA public funds
77. Zuma’s corruption in numerous cases prior to his presidency
78. Fraud, corruption, tender-rigging, kickbacks and irregular appointments at Tshwane municipality
79. Endemic corruption at the heart of Mpumalanga municipality including physical violence to avoid publication of facts
80. Public Works’ endemic misuse of public funds for private residences of government officials, disguised as security upgrades.
81. Public Works leasing back property from its own employees for official use, while footing the initial bill too
82. BEE fronting for SAPS land deals outside of the main contract for PTA head office through Roux Shabangu
83. R2.4bn in improper bonuses paid out by SABC to directors
84. SABC paying fictitious staff
85. ANC controlling SABC with threats of fund withdrawals
86. SABC awarding tenders to its own employees
87. Ekurhuleni employees signing off on deals that do not exist
88. Land fraud in KZN worth R50m involving three officials and a businessman for farms and other properties
89. Department of arts and culture misuse of R42m during the soccer world cup
90. Loss of dockets relating to high profile corruption cases
91. Education department officials involved in examination selling
92. Parastatals’ inflated sponsorship of events hosted by the Guptas and New Age
93. New Age website having massive funds diverted its way from government budgets without readership stats to speak of
94. The City of Johannesburg rigging a large tender in favour of Regiments, an ANC-connected empowerment firm central to a consortium that made the JHB mayor’s wife a *multimillionaire.
95. On-Point Engineering securing Limpopo tenders through Julius Malema and his accomplices
96. Amathole district municipality awarding irregular tenders relating to vehicle tracking
97. John Block’s R112m tender fraud relating to water purification equipment
98. Gaston Savoi’s R112m tender fraud relating to water purification equipment
99. DoC official awarding R500k tender to his wife
100. Martin Masemola from Dept of Minerals & Energy receiving financial kickbacks and land for favours to friends and family
101. Bosasa and Correctional Services corruption to the tune of R3bn in tender rigging
102. Public Works corrupt relationship with Saab and the blacked out agreements that not even they are entitled to
103. R63 million tender fraud at Limpopo traffic department involving Mbhazima Sithole, 45, Felix Baloyi, 34, Mphateleni Musubu, 43, and Lufuno Muladi, 27, all directors of various companies that secured tenders illegally
104. Gauteng Finance dept awarding R23m in IT tenders fraudulently
105. Kelly Group securing labour broking tenders worth R372m by BEE fronting
106. Eastern Cape health department and their tender fraud worth over R800m in just one single case
107. Obed Mlaba securing tenders to the value of R3bn in KZN
108. KZN misuse of public money to the tune of R532m in 2009
109. Public Works in Limpopo involved in tender fraud for undisclosed sum late last year
110. Tshwane kickback scheme for tenders to the tune of R1b
111. Tshwane maladministration in their financial dept for undisclosed sum
112. Philemon Mohlahlane (ex Land Bank CEO) embezzling R19m out of the Land Bank for his personal and business use
113. Prestige Portfolio tender corruption at Public Works as investigated by SIU (this appears to be linked to Project prestige – Zuma’s development)
114. Bobby Motaung’s multi-million rand fraud involving stadium tenders
115. Ekurhuleni Metro IT tender for R21m that was used to buy Porsches and Mercs
116. Limpopo transport tender fraud of R63m
117. Limpopo Premier Cassel Mathale’s influence in awarding tenders
118. Buffalo City Metro tender fraud of R12m
119. Ekurhuleni Chief Financial Officer Mr Zakes Myeza, Chief Director Water and Sanitation Mr Slindokuhle Hadebe, Acting Head of Department of then Roads and Stormwater Mr Moses Maliba, Junior Official Water and Sanitation Ms Nomusa Malimabe and Independent Contractor Mr Miyelani Holeni’s all involved in tender fraud worth R166m
120. Julius’ cousing Tshepo Malema involved in corruption and fraud through the government worth R63m
121. Pikitup tender fraud relating to contracts awarded through City of Johannesburg for undisclosed sum
122. Vivian Reddy’s company awarded an inflated contract of R1.25bn for smart electricity meter reading in Joburg despite never having done anything like it before
123. Xhariep district mayor Mongi Ntwanambi’s fraudulent travel expenses claims costing half a million rand a year
124. Free State Government paying R140million for their website created with a $40 WordPress template
125. Limpopo Health’s unaccounted for R739m tender spend for 2012
126. Gauteng Health’s R1bn corruption in 2010
127. ANC’s investment body, Chancellor House, receiving yet another state tender worth billions of rands
128. ANC’s investment arm, Chancellor House, receiving millions from the Medupi and Kusile deals
129. ANC’s investment arm, Chancellor House, to benefit significantly from R40bn Eskom tenders
130. The spending of more than R13.5m on Nomvula Mokonyane’s home. A home that was purchased for R11.5m
Zuma’s position weakens as he loses battle to keep ‘spy tapes’ under wraps
131. Bankrupt SAA
132. Bankrupt Post Office
133. Bankrupt SABC
134. Corruption and takeover of the Media
135. The Gupta’s
136. FIFA
137 Bankrupt Eskom
138 Bashir saga
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