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"Conspiracy or Secrecy" Bill

30 November 2011, 11:32

Due diligence has shown that any deal of adjudication by our government there is always some hidden agenda. The impact of such impulsive promulgations by our sovereign government, will always affect the innocent poor unknowledgeable citizens of our country. It seems our “obligatory” local institutions, have recently acquired what we call “conspiracy or secrecy” Bill which transpires to reveal the true nature of the leading parties. There is a Willie Hofmeyr saga which seems, to hang a dark cloud as to the reason that led to the replacement of the elect members of our society, by Willem Heath as head of the investigating unit (SIU). The reassignment of former judge Willem Heath would it really a much difference on the delivery on what ANC spokesperson Mac Maharaj describes the decision as apparent to “ strengthen the institution capacity to fight crime and corruption. .I hope the decision has nothing to do with an estimated R30bn or 20% of its total procurement budget being lost to crime and corrupt officials. To my demise I forgot there is Info Bill now, and I certainly don’t think we will ever get to the true essence of the story.

The local government has long been inundated by crime and corruption cases, and the province of the Eastern Cape is one of the leading constituencies that are pride with such issues of secrecy and self-promoting agendas.


I long been investigating the for my grandfather Rhodes Njube Lobengula, to be buried in Fingo Village, which is under the jurisdiction of the Makana Municipality, but I have been receiving uncertain and inconclusive responses, since Dec 2009, when I initiated my formal inquest to the consequences of Njube’s bones to be found in  desolate cemetery. The office of Ms Ntombi Baart who is the current acting Municipal Manager, gave a vague with any practical reason as to why they could not support this initiative to demarcate the area where he is buried, in Luvuyo Hall as a National Heritage site, which add value to the poor communities of Makana municipality, especially the people from the eastern regions of the town, which are deprived of the Infrastructure to Develop, socially and economically, through the acknowledgement of such historical sites, that can inadvertently add value to the promotion of our arts and culture. The history hidden in the government historical archives should be unveiled to create a platform that could be leveled for the rainbow nation.

 

 

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