SCA dismisses ANC bid to challenge DA's 'cadre deployment' court victory

Something around that.. think it was 2013-2018/2019 or something.

If all they're releasing is the court ordered time range then they definitely aren't doing it in the public interest, they're trying to shape the narrative that will come when the DA smashes them about it with their own site.
The DA did not release it so the ANC jumped ahead of them to make it look as if they are transparent.
 
We don't do that here, we look them straight in the eye and defeat them so soundly they end up believing 20% is a win.

Hey, TheDamp, why you so scarce? Have you been looking at News24 and the info coming out about how your esteemed ANC ran deployments of cadres? No wonder SA is so f****d.

Appalling behavior by your party.

No wonder that 30 years after the ANC got elected many will still sell their vote for a food parcel.

You should be ashamed.
 
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Straight in the eye?

"You" are to busy handing out food parcels to do that, mate.
You reckon it is that simple? Handing out food parcel to get votes? What happened to your rational brain - did you reserve it only for atheistic threads ? :p
 
You reckon it is that simple? Handing out food parcel to get votes? What happened to your rational brain - did you reserve it only for atheistic threads ? :p

No dude, of course not - but it's a great way to poke fun at TheDamp.

Also, food parcels are a graphic indicator of the ANC's core lack of integrity - and the sad masses that make up most of its support base.
 
No dude, of course not - but it's a great way to poke fun at TheDamp.

Also, food parcels are a graphic indicator of the ANC's core lack of integrity - and the sad masses that make up most of its support base.
It speaks more to the dumbasses who don't understand the power of their vote, that they would rather live in squalor for the next 5 years if it means getting a free food parcel today.

If anybody truly wants to make a difference to lift people out of poverty, why don't they employ the same tactic of first getting the vote, then working to shift the mindset...
 
It speaks more to the dumbasses who don't understand the power of their vote, that they would rather live in squalor for the next 5 years if it means getting a free food parcel today.

If anybody truly wants to make a difference to lift people out of poverty, why don't they employ the same tactic of first getting the vote, then working to shift the mindset...

Ja, but it seems that this message is sinking in slowly (oh so slowly) what with the polls showing ANC support dropping
 
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It speaks more to the dumbasses who don't understand the power of their vote, that they would rather live in squalor for the next 5 years if it means getting a free food parcel today.

If anybody truly wants to make a difference to lift people out of poverty, why don't they employ the same tactic of first getting the vote, then working to shift the mindset...

The problem is you don't shift the mindset by succumbing to the mindset to win.

You have to shift peoples mindset by doing things mostly right elsewhere and then them seeing what the power of their vote can bring.
 
We had massive corruption occurring at SOE's while Ramapsoer was meant to keep an eye out. Now some details of cadre deployments while Ramaposer was chairman. Small wonder they were against releasing the info.

The first was the typically chaotic way the cadre deployment committee was managed. It all seemed to happen on a WhatsApp group, complete with seemingly random calls for candidates for this or that position. Records for the group were sporadic and scanty, and years of records were “lost”.

A News24 report says the “records suggest a haphazard process characterised by jokes and repeated hurried attempts to convene meetings. The lack of organisation in the committee often culminated in numerous meetings being cancelled. It happened so often that, following multiple attempts to convene meetings, one member joked: ‘What time are you cancelling the deployment committee meeting?’”

But when the committee didn’t get its way, there was hell to pay.
The late deputy secretary-general of the ANC, Jessie Duarte, felt no compunction in firing off an angry and demanding letter to Justice Minister Ronald Lamola, no less, in March 2020 when the ANC’s preferred candidate was not appointed to the Judicial Service Commission. Shows where the power lies – and it’s not with the minister.

 
No dude, of course not - but it's a great way to poke fun at TheDamp.

Also, food parcels are a graphic indicator of the ANC's core lack of integrity - and the sad masses that make up most of its support base.

In South Africa a food parcel substitutes for a bowl of lentil soup under the banner of democracy.


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