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Malema, Madonsels and ANC's corruption fight

19 March 2014, 07:30

1.      1.  ANC is “serious” about fighting corruption.

That is why you see them defending  SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng against Thuli Madonsela on fake matric results. Mandonsela is now ending the madness at SABC therefore it is now clear that Hlaudi was appointed from Luthuli House and the evidence is because of useless defence of Hlaudi by the now useless ANC and its useless former ANCYL. That is why you see them attacking public protector about Nkandla report. All these and the inclusion of Bheki Cele, Dina Pule and the likes of Humphrey Memezi is “evidence” that the so called ANC is fighting corruption.

2.       2. Timing of Nkandla report vs timing of service delivery. 

When it comes to election time, ANC is going up and down trying to give people houses and visit them in their homes but when is not election they send police. If you dare question Mantashe about the timing, he will tell you that “it was going to happen anyway, so the timing is not important because this is our job”. Today our public protector is under some threat because of Nkandla and SABC madness and the same Gwede is questioning the timing forgetting that “it was going to happen anyway, so it is the public protector’s job”.

3.    3.  Vavi’s reputation is damaged beyond repair within Cosatu and he can’t just get it.

 Zwelinzima Vavi can no longer be what he used to be in the federation, if I were him I would plot the demise of ANC by coalition with EFF but remaining as a workers’ party (NUMSA in this case) NOT contesting election. Going back to Cosatu will not help or is just no longer possible. Courts will not help him, he must just check previous cases for reference and he will realize that staying in former ANC will not help.

4.    4. Numsa’s new president, Mr Chirwa

Irvin Jim and Vavi must work with this Chirwa guy very well. He might be just what the new workers’ party to be joined with EFF will need the most. I like the way he dealt with Frans Baleni of NUM in ANN7 debate on Sunday. Chirwa is a smart guy to look out for.

5.   5.  EFF is either going to be ruling party after May 7 or main opposition if we say we failed a bit.

EFF leadership must stop beating around the bush with that R16m Sars money. We are not used to them not sure of what they want. If they say we must donate to contribute for that R16m of Julius Malema, let them say so without fear. Our membership of 500 000 or more can easily pay that with R32.00 each. The likes of me are ready to pay that R32 four or five times for extra 4 people. If we donate more, the rest we want it to be channelled towards the party events. BRING THAT BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER ON BECAUSE AS FIGHTERS WE ARE WAITING TO SETTLE THAT AMOUNT, WE ARE SERIOUS ABOUT THAT. We know that some kraal and swimming pools needs final touch ups somewhere. Our CIC’s guilt is NOT because he stole tax payers’ money, NO NO NO, it is because he failed to contribute to adding to Nkandla finances.

UDM, COPE, IFP and maybe AGANG must just come to EFF if they want to remain relevant and NUMSA become our (EFF’s) Cosatu will see the simple demise of the ANC even in these elections.

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