I REFER to Farouk Araie’s letter, June 6 about Lindiwe Sisulu towering above the rest of the party.
It does not say much about someone if they are prepared to lead a group of Gupta puppets.
She is an avid supporter of JZ 783 and has been silent with regards to tenderpreneurship, the Arm’s Deal, Nkandla, Prasa, SABC, Public Works, Travelgate, Marikana and the Zuptas to mention but a few.
Our government is a can of worms and our only hope is that they get to walk the plank in the 2019 elections.
Maybe Mr Araie wrote this letter while in a certain Saxonwold shebeen? Randburg EVERY time an MP, employee of Telkom, Eskom, SABC, municipalities etc. is fired for good reason (mismanagement, irregular tendering, fraud, corruption, bribery etc) they quickly go the courts, Supreme Court and then the Constitutional Court as to why they should not be re-instated.
They are once again wasting taxpayers’ money as the costs of the cases are not paid by the individual, but by the public.
One case in particular, is the judge who was found guilty of racial abuse and drinking while driving (and bashing down a wall of a house).
Another judge had the decency to resign from her post for racist remarks.
He is still suspended, after 10 years on full pay.
This is not fair. He should be fired and lose his pension.
Once again millions are wasted on his salary.
Our courts are jammed with their silly cases, when we need to prosecute real criminals who are terrorising this country with rape, murder, burning of bodies etc.
When will the government stop these performances by these prima donnas?
We have so many important matters to sort out in this countrythat need our urgent attention. De Wetshof WITH the latest debacle around Helen Zille’s tweet and the DA suspending her and then not (a bit like the Molefe saga); it seems Zille overplayed her role.
Zille has long diminished any significant position within the DA but for being an MPL and premier of the Western Cape.
One of the perks is a lofty residence called Leeuwenhof set at the foot of the famous Table Mountain and just up the road from Parliament.
All previous inhabitants of this residence hardly ever left of choice.
All were forced to vacate when they either lost favour or power.
The Cape Doctor (howling winds of the Cape known for keeping it clean) seems to be at it again and it seems it is set to visit Leeuwenhof pretty soon. Glenmore Cres, Durban North