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29 Jan 2013

The list goes on and on Sello!
The cANCer has become notorious for its culture of self enrichment and corruption, and if you can''t believe that, and continue denying it, then you are either the biggest denialist or the biggest dumbshit on your debating team, better yet, you both!!

How moroning of you to think that this has something to do with " wanting a white government"  moron! It''s ignorance like yours and held by the masses that keeps its country''s politicians transgressing. South Africa needs change and it needs it now!

To mention but a few, we are being confronted with a litany of corrupt acts by senior members of the ANC along with questionable appointments to high ranking state positions. We have had the appointment of Menzi Simelane as director of the National Prosecuting Authority, later ruled as improperly appointed by the Supreme Court of Appeal. There is the notorious case of President Zuma’ s buddy, Schabir Shaik, who was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment for corruption, only to be released after two years in dubious circumstances for so-called medical reasons.

We have the case of Richard Mdluli, member of the heinous “ Special Branch”  of the South African Police Service in the apartheid years, who was appointed head of Police Crime Intelligence, but later suspended on full pay, facing an investigation of murder, et al. Then there has been the case of former head of police, Jackie Selebi, found guilty of fraud and corruption and sentenced to fifteen years imprisonment. He too has been released on parole after serving less than two years of his sentence, spent in the convenience of public hospital treatment.

Julius Malema, who allegedly enriched himself through corrupt political dealings in the Limpopo Province, Tony Yengeni, convicted fraudster who also enjoyed early release on parole and now Head of Political Education in the ANC and the late Sicelo Schiceka, Minister of Cooperative Governance, who, inter alia, utilised state funds to visit his girlfriend imprisoned in Switzerland on drug related charges, etc, etc, etc.





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