Mkhize faces tender scandal

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good news. Hopefully Pillay will be charged soon as per SIU recommendation. I wonder why didn't SIU say Mkhize should be charged as well?

That part confuses me as well..

Charge Pillay for the funds, but where is the recommendation to charge for Mkhize for receiving the proceeds of a crime?
 

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That part confuses me as well..

Charge Pillay for the funds, but where is the recommendation to charge for Mkhize for receiving the proceeds of a crime?

Him resigning was punishment enough, got to look out for the comrades.
 

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That part confuses me as well..

Charge Pillay for the funds, but where is the recommendation to charge for Mkhize for receiving the proceeds of a crime?
Maybe there is no evidence that Mkhize instructed Pillay to do this ? Only Pillay can implicate him in that case (Not sure if I got the details of all the allegedly guilty parties here)
 

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LOL how convenient the release of the report, its almost like Ramaphosa is begging the people to give the ANC another chance to "fight corruption" by doing things like giving medical parole to the most corrupt amongst them lol.
The report also found Digital Vibes failed to declare company tax and VAT to Sars.
Also note the complete lack of threats to known offenders like they warn fire & brimstone to ordinary people's possible mistakes.

We are obviously not all as equal as some..
 

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LOL how convenient the release of that report, its almost like Ramaphosa is begging the people to give the ANC another chance to "fight corruption" by doing things like giving medical parole to the most corrupt amongst them lol.
How can releasing a report than damns the ruling party on the eve of an election be convenient for them?
 

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If he hadn't released the report,

"How convenient is that Ramaphosa is sitting on the report knowing that it will damage the party if done before elections and ramadingdong, newdon etc..and oh ya BEE is like holocaust"
uBaba knew this lot well, he was going to apply his mind to the report until the end of his Presidential term, the WMC puppet is weak.
 

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The sad thing is in a couple of years Mkhize will be running for a top job again.

You can't keep a corrupt ANC cadre down.
Years? You probably meant weeks.

In the ANC it's about who can be the most corrupt....and then become president.
 

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How can releasing a report than damns the ruling party on the eve of an election be convenient for them?

It creates the impression that they take the fight against corruption seriously.
 

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The sad thing is in a couple of years Mkhize will be running for a top job again.

You can't keep a corrupt ANC cadre down.

It's the ANC revolving door employment policy. Mess up, out the door. Get put in a quiet post. Back out the door employed again. Tina Joumase-Petterson is a perfect example.
 

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How can releasing a report than damns the ruling party on the eve of an election be convenient for them?

You think the peasants and lumpen proletariat that vote ANC even know about the report or are capable of reading it?
 

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Said it before... Its in their DNA. They can't help themselves from stealing. It's genetic with ANC politicians.
 
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