1. LazyLion

    Officers filmed taking bribes, performing sexual acts

    An East Rand policeman has been caught on video taking money from a man on whom a policewoman then performs a sexual act for money, it was reported on Friday. The video was recorded in a parking lot near the East Rand Mall, in Boksburg, at 3am on Saturday, Beeld reported. A copy was sent to...
  2. LazyLion

    Malema Allies' Tenders to be re-advertised

    Tenders reportedly worth R900 million, awarded to allies of expelled ANCYL president Julius Malema, will be re-advertised, the Limpopo department of human settlements said on Wednesday. The department had been advised, rather than ordered, to re-advertise the contracts for the construction of...
  3. LazyLion

    Cops arrested for corruption in Free State

    Nine police officers were arrested, along with seven other people, for fraud and corruption at the Caledonspoort border post on Tuesday, the Hawks said. Spokesman Captain Paul Ramaloko said of the seven, six were immigration officers and one an official from the health department. The...
  4. LazyLion

    ANC Mismanagement in Potch: Probe

    A forensic investigation has found large-scale mismanagement by the ANC, it was reported on Monday. The probe was ordered by Democratic Alliance councillor Annette Combrinck, during her brief tenure as mayor of Potchefstroom's Tlokwe City Council, Beeld reported on Monday. It recommended...
  5. LazyLion

    We are Corruption-Busters: Zuma

    The fight against crime was more intense in South Africa than it was in many other countries, President Jacob Zuma said on Saturday. "Fellow South Africans, I must underline here that of all the countries that I know of, very few compare to South Africa in the effort to fight corruption,"...
  6. LazyLion

    Two North West Cops Held for Corruption

    Two North West policemen have been arrested for corruption and robbery, police said on Tuesday. The two, aged 29 and 33, allegedly entered two tuck-shops on Monday and demanded money from the owners, Brigadier Thulani Ngubane said. "They allegedly told them [the shop owners] that they are...
  7. LazyLion

    E. Cape Councillors Must Answer for Dismal Audits

    ANC councillors from all 45 Eastern Cape municipalities have been summoned to a meeting by the provincial leadership about their dismal audits, the Dispatch Online reported on Thursday. Provincial secretary Oscar Mabuyane said the meeting was scheduled for Monday, and all 108 African National...
  8. LazyLion

    ANC Not Concerned about Northern Cape: DA

    The ANC is more concerned about keeping its Northern Cape leader John Block in his position than in the public's demand for a clean provincial administration, the DA said on Wednesday. "The ANC is a party of contradictions, where the common theme which opposition parties and the general...
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    This is what South Africans died for in Central African Republic

    And some of you love the ANC WTF
  10. LazyLion

    Public Protector Calls for Strengthening of Onslaught Against Corruption

    Public Protector Adv. Thuli Madonsela on Monday reminded delegates attending the Commonwealth Lawyer's Conference that bribery and corruption is as much a private sector problem as it is a public sector challenge. She added that the acceptance of petty or retail corruption, such as bribing...
  11. LazyLion

    Western Cape Police Captain Dismissed

    A police captain has been fired for failing to take action against a reservist accused of rape, Western Cape police said on Monday. "This morning, the provincial commissioner of the Western Cape police... validated the findings of a disciplinary hearing to dismiss a police captain stationed...
  12. LazyLion

    KZN Councillors Owe R1.7M in Rates

    KwaZulu-Natal councillors owe the municipalities they represent more than R1.7 million in unpaid rates and services, the Democratic Alliance said on Friday. DA spokesman George Mari said this had been revealed in a reply in the legislature to questions put by the DA. "According to the...
  13. LazyLion

    Dedicated Cops Needed: Petros

    South Africa needs police officers who are completely dedicated to the Constitution and human rights, Gauteng police commissioner Lt-Gen Mzwandile Petros said on Thursday. "Up until we have a cadre of 'ek doen dit vir die volk en die vaderland [I do it for the nation and the fatherland]' we...
  14. LazyLion

    Public Protector Warns of Over Billing

    Over-billing and false billing by service providers will cripple the state, Public Protector Thuli Madonsela warned on Wednesday. Addressing the Institute of Municipal Finance Officers (IMFO) in Somerset West, Madonsela said her office was picking up a startling number of cases where service...
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    The ANC = The Nats

    WTF The more things change, the more they stay the same . . . Who do you think is/was better at lying to the people? The ANC or the Nats? I wonder, who is going to liberate SA from the "liberators" ?
  16. LazyLion

    Eastern Cape Mismanagement in the Millions

    A probe into payroll officials in the Mhlontlo municipality has unearthed financial mismanagement amounting to millions, according to a report on Tuesday. The investigation was conducted after municipal manager Yolisa Ndima asked the department of local government and traditional affairs to...
  17. LazyLion

    Eastern Cape Councillors Told to Resign

    Officials in the Eastern Cape's Mbizana municipality have been told to resign by the ANC's top leaders, the party in the province said on Monday. "On Friday, party president [Jacob Zuma] and his top six visited Mbizana local municipality, which has been having challenges since mid 2012," ANC...
  18. LazyLion

    25 Examiners Arrested at Vehicle Testing Stations

    Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Ismail Vadi, has reported that twenty five examiners employed at privately-owned vehicles testing stations (VTSs) have been arrested and prosecuted for fraud and corruption since November 2012 to date. Replying to a question by DA MPL Neil Campbell in the...
  19. LazyLion

    Zille, Mthethwa Battle Looms

    Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa will challenge the Western Cape Community Safety Act signed into law as he believed it was illegal and unconstitutional, it was reported on Thursday. Mthethwa's spokesman Zweli Mnisi told the Cape Argus they would challenge it "all the way to the Constitutional...
  20. LazyLion

    No Frills for De Lille: City

    The City of Cape Town will not apply certain benefits allocated to the mayor, deputy mayor, and speaker, it said on Wednesday. Acting mayor Ian Neilson said in a statement the city would not take advantage of some provisions, as resources should be used for service delivery. According to a...