Cracks in the Home

Finweek English Edition - - The main stories this week -

WHAT HAP­PENED PA­PERS HAD FUN re­port­ing on the “chaotic” De­part­ment of Home Af­fairs af­ter the re­lease of the long-awaited re­port by a multi-de­part­men­tal team on the state of af­fairs in the de­part­ment. Poor lead­er­ship was pointed out as the main prob­lem. Min­is­ter No­si­vive Mapisa-Nqakula heaped the blame on oth­ers in the de­part­ment but has still not pro­posed any con­struc­tive plans to rem­edy the sit­u­a­tion. THE Sun­day Times says Mapisa-Nqakula must take re­spon­si­bil­ity for the mess. The pa­per said that un­der her lead­er­ship, Home Af­fairs has gone from bad to worse. Rap­port said it’s cause for con­cern that she’s hid­ing be­hind labour laws. The pa­per said that the sit­u­a­tion is so bad that an im­prove­ment is only pos­si­ble if those who are in­com­pe­tent are dis­missed and the rest are given a warn­ing and re­trained from scratch.


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