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Former president Jacob Zuma violated the Constitution, broke the law and was directly responsible for the manipulation of the country's civilian intelligence service in aid of his personal ambitions, the explosive report into the State Security Agency has found.
Thanks to Jacques Pauw South African authors now have an alternative option for marketing their books, namely the State Security Agency (SSA), writes Howard Feldman.
Spying on political elites threatens democracy, but it is self-serving of Ramaphosa to complain only when he himself becomes the target, writes Jane Duncan.
The Director General of the State Security Agency, Sonto Kudjoe, has quit.
The creation of a parallel, criminal state under Jacob Zuma progressed surprisingly far, but there was never a chance that it would be completely successful or last long, writes Max du Preez.
The SSA has allegedly spent more than a billion rand in irregular expenditure over the past five years – and now refuses to account for this because its operations are “classified”.
If Mthethwa, Mantashe, Mahlobo and Zuma are concerned about regime change, they must investigate how the Guptas became a coalition partner of the ANC in Cabinet, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
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