Brian Molefe, third time unlucky, over Eskom pension payout appeal

ForceFate

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Solidarity, Accountability, Afriforum etc, all these racist organisations must merge and form a political party, their fight against Black people is huge. I'm sure they will give FF+ a run for their money.
Red herring. The courts have already found the payment unlawful. His attempts to overturn the lower courts ruling have failed. Given how the transaction was "approved", there's nothing wrong with Solidarity attempting to hold him criminally liable.
 

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I'm pretty sure.

One can actually pick up there is no genuine anger or feeling in his posts. Too many times he trips himself up trying to be clever in the trolling. Can't answer with "sources" a genuine SJW or zuptoid would have. Also, such genuine specimens would also react with anger to the continuous put-downs such as this dude experiences.
I wasn't convinced but...

I cannot be racist, even if I wanted to. Black people cannot be racist.
...more so now.

Then again, these are genuine SJW viewpoints so wtf knows...or cares? :laugh:
 

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. Black people cannot be racist.
Try asking the survivors of the Rwanda genocide.
With a time machine you would be able to question the victims of the early 1800s mfecane about racism.
 
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GERRIE NEL LASHES OUT AT NPA FOR ‘INABILITY’ TO HANDLE POLITICALLY CHARGED CASES

Gerrie Nel said a criminal complaint was opened against Brian Molefe in 2017 but despite assurances from the NPA that the matter was receiving attention, there appeared to have been no progress.

Private prosecutor Gerrie Nel has taken a swipe at his former employer, criticising the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA)for its apparent unwillingness or inability to deal with high profile politically charged cases.

Nel was speaking at a briefing in Pretoria on Tuesday where lobby group AfriForum and trade union Solidarity announced their intention to pursue a private criminal case against former Eskom chief executive Brian Molefe.

The move follows the Constitutional Court decision in July to dismiss Molefe's application to appeal a High Court order which found he unlawfully tried to enrich himself in a scheme to pocket a R30 million pension payout.

Advocate Nel said a criminal complaint was opened against Molefe in 2017 but despite assurances from the NPA that the matter was receiving attention, there appeared to have been no progress.

“It’s with a great deal of discontent that we have to embark on this route again to highlight the inability or unwillingness of the NPA and SAPS to fulfil their constitutional mandate.”

Nel said he has written to the NPA.

“All we ask of the NPA and the police is that investigate the matter, it’s been with you for almost two years now and just take a decision so that if there’s a failure, we can take it further.”

Solidarity also announced it has served notice to attach some of Molefe's assets in order to settle a R700,000 cost order from the courts.
 

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Must be a racist sheriff.

Sheriff heading to Brian Molefe's house to attach his assets - Solidarity

Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe should expect a knock on the door from the sheriff of the court, says trade union Solidarity.

Solidarity said on Tuesday it had a writ of execution, authorising the sheriff to attach Molefe’s Pretoria property to offset costs awarded against him in court.

The organisation said it had requested the sheriff to proceed with executing the attachment of Molefe’s property at his home.

"The property will then be sold at public auction for Molefe’s debt of R708,102 to Solidarity to be settled."

This amount, it says, excludes the order as to costs in the Constitutional Court. These costs are yet to be finalised.

The high court earlier found that Molefe himself was involved in the unlawful allocation of pension money to the value of about R30m to himself. He has already received R10m of that.

Molefe attempted to have this ruling and the cost order against him set aside by the Constitutional Court, but failed.

Solidarity and civil rights organisation AfriForum have also served notice that they have approached advocate Gerrie Nel to start the process of privately prosecuting Molefe.

Molefe did not immediately respond to requests for comment by our sister publication TimesLIVE.
 

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Most telling part about the new dawn. The big fish are left alone, zero action.
 

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The NPA was captured. They were subdued by patronage. How are you going to respond if they start sending half baked cases to court?
Gerrie Nel agrees with me. At least he and Solidarity is showing results.
 

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But the NPA don't investigate, at least not until they're done setting up that new unit, and Nel well knows this. If he wants to have a moan it should be at the police and the hawks who still seem to still be up to their necks in incompetence and infected with Zuptoids thanks to the Zuma years of embedding incompetent people to incapacitated them.
 

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Gerrie Nel agrees with me. At least he and Solidarity is showing results.
But how's the NPA going to send the matter to trial without police investigation? It looks like he's appealing to the NPA to put pressure on the police.
 

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BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Brian Molefe's 'lovely' letter to Solidarity asks for 30 days to repay R700,000

Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has written a letter to trade union Solidarity asking for 30 days to repay a legal cost order made against him to the tune of R708,102.
"Mr Molefe wrote us a lovely letter to say that he wants to repay the amount. He wants 30 days in which to pay us," Solidarity’s lawyer, Anton van der Bijl, said on Thursday.
"We are currently in correspondence with his attorney and we want that money to be paid within seven days or we will proceed with a warrant of execution and attach his properties," he said.

 

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That is pure class...

Please livestream Brians face when the sheriff arrives to attach properties Solidarity...
 

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Brian Molefe pays R100,000 - with R608,000 to go - as Solidarity calls in the sheriff

Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has paid a fraction of the R708,000 he owes trade union Solidarity for a costs order made against him.

Solidarity said on Friday it would continue with its efforts to attach property belonging to Molefe, who on Thursday paid R100,000 into Solidarity’s bank account. The costs order was obtained in the high court, where Solidarity challenged Molefe’s R30m pension payout from Eskom.

“Mr Molefe paid R100,000 into our bank account yesterday. So there is still approximately R608,000 outstanding. We have given urgent instructions to the sheriff to proceed with the warrant of execution,” Solidarity’s head of legal services, Anton van der Bijl, said.
 

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That is R100k to show that he acts in good faith, Solidarity should now leave him alone to go hussle for more money.
 
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