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Professor Thuli Madonsela owes us an apology

By: Matshela Koko IN THE State of Capture Report the former Public Protector, Professor Thuli Madonsela dedicated substantial space explaining how Glencore was pressured into...

What does it mean when Thuli, the State-led reason for the...

By: Clyde Ramalaine – Is she merely narrating as before from Stellenbosch scripts, it’s not her original thoughts just as state capture in 2016 was not....

Bosasa ‘donation’ exposes empty Ramaphosa self-styled State-Capture-Buster status

Clyde Ramalaine -The DA invented capture as its campaign, it allowed Ramaphosa to generously use it to get in, now it's unleashing the same on...

Zondo and the legal fraternity must take action against the media’s...

The Judicial Commision of Inquiry into state capture was duly compromised by the fourth estate last week. The publication The Mail and Guardian has...

We are in trouble: Our freedom is still in London!

By Motapo we zigidi Sometimes when you hear stories on Facebook or Twitter you don't always take them as they are. Last week there were reports...

State capture inquiry team announced

JOHANNESBURG, March 7 (ANA) - Chair of state capture commission of inquiry Deputy Justice Raymond Zondo on Wednesday announced key appointments to the inquiry, which included...

Madonsela launches own foundation

JOHANNESBURG, February 20 - Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela is on Tuesday launching her own foundation at Constitution Hill, Johannesburg. The launch takes place on United Nations'...

Zuma releases state capture inquiry regulations

JOHANNESBURG, February 9 (ANA) - President Jacob Zuma on Friday released regulations for the inquiry into state capture inquiry Justice Minister Michael Masutha said. ''The...

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