You might not be familiar with DA member Natasha Mazzone, but yesterday she delivered a scathing attack on all those complicit in our State Capture.
Zuma to axe Cyril soon. Cabinet reshuffle analysis. Panayiotou mistress in court. Trump’s net worth plummets. SA’s most expensive suburbs. Irish flyhalf charged with rape. Protea’s new ‘teenage sensation’. Liam Gallagher interview.
It’s not exactly a good thing to be associated with PR firm Bell Pottinger at present, given that the extent of their influence here in SA has come to light.
The question everyone has been asking is whether the #GuptaLeaks will be able to, once and for all, take down the man who has been stealing our state’s funds.
If you’re not playing ball with the Guptas your political days are numbered, and now those email leaks are showing exactly how Pravin’s goose was cooked.
A damning academic report was released last night at Wits, detailing the silent coup which is underway in South Africa. Of course it’s scary reading.
Yesterday the Parliamentary oversight committee was handed the chance to put Eskom under the spotlight, and leading the charge was a fired up Pravin.
It’s tough when the whole country is scrutinising your role in what is obviously widespread state capture, so of course you have a watertight alibi lined up. Don’t you?
In years to come we may look back at yesterday as a landmark day in ridding the country of some criminally bad leadership, so let’s pick apart the bones.
Just as it seemed Thuli Madonsela’s State Capture report seemed set to gather dust, the safe has been opened. Let’s get stuck in, shall we?
Those in power know they are in trouble, and also know that they can’t really fight against the country’s firm constitution. Now let’s get on this ICC issue.
If legal battles are your thing, as well as a healthy dose of political squirming, then settle in and enjoy another day of South African courtroom drama.
If you were wondering why Des van Rooyen and Jacob Zuma are so desperate to suppress Thuli’s ‘State Capture’ report, look no further.