HAVING read various reports that the KZN ANC is about to charge Dr Makhosi Khoza with disciplinary charges, I am wondering how the people at Luthuli House will take this overrunning of their bailiwick? My understanding is that nobody in the ANC may make decisions without a directive from Luthuli House. No utterance on this has been forthcoming from Luthuli House. I now wonder who will receive the next wrist-slapping? I think that the ANC in KZN may find that the pawpaw is about to hit the fan. Oakdene IT WAS amusing listening to Zizi Kodwa saying that Luthuli House gave their blessing to KZN to charge Ms Khoza. She will not be disciplined on what she said, but will be disciplined on the basis of her conduct. She has become incorrigible and is in flagrant defiance against the party, and bringing the party into disrepute. The one person with guts to stand up to the mafia state and its head is going to be dragged in front of a bunch of incompetents by buttering up the president.
His idiotic excuses are laughable and the double standards that the ANC applies are there for everyone to see. The one and only person who has done all these (things) and brought not only the party to its knees but the whole country is our president. Bryanston WHAT Minister Gigaga is doing – billions in loans and ripping off the helpless public – with exorbitant electricity tariffs. An ordinary school child can then run Eskom. All these parastatals – Eskom, Transnet, SAA – is where the big bucks are, and all appointments and their affairs should go intensively through Parliament and be “run by Parliament”.
Furthermore, can anyone explain why there is no action on all the corruption reported in the past few months in government? My friend was locked up for a mere R200 fine he forgot to pay. How do these laws work? Rustenburg