To be fair to Zapiro, it’s tough to talk about state capture without sounding a little despondent.
People in Istanbul are now finding out that suspended ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule is not to be trusted.
The ANC continues to tear itself apart from within, and the biggest power struggle sees our president pitted against the suspended secretary-general.
The secretary-general has asked courts to lift his suspension, as well as suspending our current president from the ANC.
The suspended secretary-general posted a picture of himself in the midst of a chess battle, but it turned out to be a rather fitting metaphor for his political situation.
The outcome of Ace Magashule’s trial will have huge, far-reaching implications for this country going forward. Here’s a quick recap of how we got to this point.
With Magashule’s arrest earlier this month, lines have finally been drawn in the sand. The next few weeks are going to reveal a great deal about who holds party power.
President Ramaphosa might be talking a good game after this weekend’s ANC meeting to tackle corruption, but Zapiro will take some convincing.
At the party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting this weekend, the gloves really came off. At least Ramaphosa feels like he’s sitting pretty.
Magashule isn’t going to stop gunning for Ramaphosa, although thus far the ANC’s incumbent leader has managed to stave off the party’s secretary-general. The biggest test lies ahead.
The names of the chairpersons on the ANC parliamentary committee reads like a who’s who of State Capture and corruption, as Ace wins another round.
Last week, Cyril Ramaphosa was completely blindsided by Ace Magashule, who was on his way to Cape Town to try and pull a quick one.
Whilst some are determined to believe that Cyril Ramaphosa’s New Dawn is going to save the day, not everyone is on board.
Cyril Ramaphosa’s New Dawn has had a few hiccups along the way. According to Justice Malala, we need to exercise some patience.
When the ANC’s top brass meets later this week, a years-long power struggle will take centre stage. It could get very messy.
The votes may have been counted, with the ANC securing 57,51%, but the real battle for power within the party is set to escalate.
There’s a battle raging within the ANC, and the two power players are slowly but surely showing their hands. Zapiro hits the nail on the head here.
Families in the Overstrand municipality face eviction from their homes, and apparently, Ace Magashule is going to be the man who saves them.
We already know that we’re living in a gangster state, but within the halls of Luthuli House, the battle for power has never been more important.
Protesters disrupted the launch of Pieter-Louis Myburgh’s book, ‘Gangster State: Unravelling Ace Magashule’s Web of Capture’, in Jozi.
When the ANC announced their list of candidates for Parliament and the provincial legislatures, they gave the people of South Africa a massive middle finger.
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