Mr Ten Percent - How Ace Magashule captured the Free State

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Glad the book is out, glad it is seeing the light of day, glad we live in a country where we at least still have the freedom to tell these truth's (unlike Zim, or North Korea). However I wish just once there was a real consequence on these guys. I wish they would end up in jail, and not just re-deployed etc.
 

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But I thought he said they wouldnt retract it?
He was obviously trying to be clever, to use the ANC's position to fight his own personal battles, like they used to do during the Zuma days.
According to the source, the ANC's top six agreed that Magashule would deal with the allegations in Myburgh's book on his own.
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He was obviously trying to be clever, to use the ANC's position to fight his own personal battles, like they used to do during the Zuma days.

100%^
Nah, I was referring specifically to Mr Legoete .

His own words from yesterday : https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/no-retraction-from-anc-but-magashule-must-handle-corruption-claims-on-his-own-20190402
ANC acting spokesperson Dakota Legoete confirmed that the party would not take back its Sunday statement.

"No there is no retraction that is going to be done. The matter is now going to be handled by the SG," Legoete told News24.
So no longer is it the right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing... the right hand is fscking clueless about what its doing as well....
 

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They just said this morning they will retract the statement, the spokesperson was on Cape Talk 567 and told the presenter they will be retracting it...............
 

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He's still at it :
https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/pieter-louis-myburgh-is-a-blatant-liar-credible-leader-ace-magashule-speaks-out-20190404

ANC Secretary-General Ace Magashule has accused journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh of being a "blatant liar", suggesting he never received any questions about his alleged involvement in kickbacks and corruption in the Free State during his tenure as premier.

Myburgh's book Gangster State: unraveling Ace Magashule’s web of capture, which was released this week, details a series of serious claims against the Magashule during his nine-year reign as Free State premier.
Come then Ace, lodge the court cases why don't you if you feel so aggrieved that Pieter has done you such a wrong by lying about you....

By the way Ace, nobody thinks you're a credible leader, and also none of the ANC stalwarts seem to remember you during the struggle, so even inside your own organisation your struggle credentials are questioned.
 

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And now they're back tracking on their possible back track... This is getting hilarious.
 

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Ace is one of the most popular leaders in the ANC, it would be a mighty mission to get rid of him.
 

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Ace is one of the most popular leaders in the ANC, it would be a mighty mission to get rid of him.
Don't need to get rid of him really.. Just need to prove criminal behavior in a court of law and throw him in the tronk...
 

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Don't need to get rid of him really.. Just need to prove criminal behavior in a court of law and throw him in the tronk...
Hahahaha much more junior members of the ANC have gotten away with worse, Ace will never got jail, never.
 
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Please take Myburgh to court so we can ‘expose’ your corruption, DA tells Magashule

The Democratic Alliance’s Dr Roy Jankielsohn has reacted to ANC secretary general Ace Magashule’s claim that he was in the process of taking legal action against investigative journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh and others by saying he would “look forward to this”, because it would give him an opportunity to “expose” Magashule’s wrongdoings.

Myburgh’s new book Gangster State: Unravelling Ace Magashule’s web of capture places the ANC secretary general at the centre of state capture and details his alleged corruption and gangsterism.
https://citizen.co.za/news/south-africa/politics/2112460/please-take-myburgh-to-court-so-we-can-expose-your-corruption-da-tells-magashule/
 

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We're all looking forward to Ace following through..

We will of course be waiting until Jesus comes (to borrow a turn of phrase from the ANC themselves).
 

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Hahahaha much more junior members of the ANC have gotten away with worse, Ace will never got jail, never.
Well, considering Ace is not even charged yet, jail is surely unthinkable at this stage. Never say never comrade. ;)
 
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