Phunyuka Bambethe: The People vs Jacob Zuma

When one is running away & being chased, they will throw things & people in the way to save their skin. Jacob Zuma is employing said tactic as his 1st line of defence. But knowing where the skeletons are buried doesnt equal innocence. This is where the rubber meets the road. We are caught in…

Should Maria Ramos Be In The PIC

Maria Ramos, the former head of ABSA Group Ltd, has been appointed to the interim board of the Public Investment Corporation. As a “big name” in the financial services industry, many see this as a “strong” & “prudent” decision by Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni. But in a world connected by social media & in…

2017: A Toast To You, The People

2017 has left the building and it would seem that it is taking all its baggage with it. It has been a challenging year, but also a year of enlightenment. It was the year the people finally began to realize the mess we have gotten our selves into. It was the year we began to…

Revolt: A luta continua!

The bottom line is this: That the African National Congress was a revolutionary party. Built to defy the laws of the apartheid government & circumvent the system. However, after winning the elections they never changed their operating style… their mindsets of defying law & circumventing the system. They never adapted from being a revolutionary party into…

Revolt: The State Capture Report

This is was originally published on the LLPRSA site as it is our official response to the releasing of the South African Public Protectors inquisition into the possible state capture. Disclaimer: Due to the events that occurred in the leading up to the release of this report & the changing of hands it is possible…

The Nkandlanian Candidate: A Nation Betrayed

The promise of a free & fair society has been the calling card of The African National Congress for a long time. In the beginning it was the cause they fought for. It was what they seemed to stand for. Indeed, it is what brought them to the forefront of The Revolution against apartheid. The…