AS IT HAPPENED: EFF members storm National Dialogue meeting

2017-05-05 08:51

The national foundations of three former presidents and a deputy president discussed the “deep and pervasive national general crisis” facing the country.

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Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema says former African National Congress presidents Kgalema Motlanthe and Thabo Mbeki should not share a stage with "apartheid criminal" FW de Klerk.

Malema was speaking on Friday after the Newcastle Magistrate's Court postponed his "land grabs" case to October 13.


05 May 13:34
De Klerk foundation responding to Malema's comments on De Klerk joining panel. De Klerk foundation representative says SA belongs to all who live in it - they are here to engage to find solutions.

05 May 13:08
Like Zuma who belongs to jail for stealing money, so does De Klerk; he too belongs in jail for his role under apartheid! - EFF

05 May 13:08
De Klerk has never been held accountable for his role in apartheid; he can never be a solution to problems we face today. - EFF

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Buthelezi says SA has "reached a crossroads [but] we can change course... to solve present problems through non-violence"

05 May 12:42

Buthelezi: SA has reached a crossroads politically, economically and socially.

We need to reclaim the SA of our dreams.


05 May 12:40
Inkatha Freedom Party leader, Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi, is now speaking

05 May 11:39

Here's what a few of our readers have said about the #NationalDialogue:

"I find it re-assuring and inspiring, and wish the four of them could take over the reins of the country until the election in 2019. They have the experience and integrity to steer us in the right direction. Zuma needs to be stopped NOW." - Susan Ingle

"I fully support the initiative and involvement by heads of states to address crises facing our beloved country. Courts and opposition parties are doing all they can to reverse and stabilise the situation, but the current administration wont back down." - Petros Thabethe


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Tea break.

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"People may know who is corrupt, but don't know where to report, because they don't trust the state" says Thabo Mbeki.

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De Klerk: There'ss room for activism next to dialogue ,this dialogue is about our present state and SA post Zuma.

05 May 10:47
Motlanthe: "The dialogues can also look into the land issue and how it should be addressed once and for all"

05 May 10:41
Mbeki constantly trying to bring the conversation back to the dialogue... says he hopes foundations bring in the youth

05 May 10:41
Mbeki on the Khoi & the San... I agree if you were to say the dialogue should deal with challenges of the Khoi

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Jeff Radebe is also here.

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Mbeki: Government comes into power & it's for them to say 'this is what can be done to make the constitution better'

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Mbeki says at the heart of Codesa was to end the political situation... that's what they were about

05 May 10:32
Motlanthe: idea of democracy means we should be able to create a far more equitable way of distribution

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De Klerk says wealth distribution will not be addressed by currying the cake differently... you get a bigger cake.

05 May 10:32
De Klerk says he disagrees with those who say the economy was neglected during Codesa. 

05 May 10:23
Speeches have concluded, time for a question and answer session.

05 May 10:22
Many guests and foundations here... Save SA, Mamphele Ramphela, Kalie Kriel, Prince Buthelezi, Joel Netshitenzw.

05 May 10:18
Mlambo Ngcuka says when racism and xenophobia rise we all lose.

05 May 10:18
Mlambo Ngcuka speaking of leaders who would rather serve than be served.

05 May 10:16
Mlambo Ngcuka says women must play their role - often close the gap when nations tear themselves apart.

05 May 10:16
Phumzile Mlambo Ngcuka couldn't attend but recorded a video message, speaking of the importance of Ubuntu.

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