South African 2019 General Election

Despite a Nationwide Outcry, Mokonyana, Dlamini and Gigaba are Heading to Parliament, after all, everyone’s eyes are on Cyril Ramaphosa, the President to do what is needed. It is not the first or the last time that the President is asked to downsize his cabinet and now the list of the people going to Parliament is raising even more eyebrows.

Those Implicated in Wrongdoing Now Heads to Parliament

There are no shortage of ANC or African National Congress members that are implicated in wrongdoings. This includes Nomvula Mokonyane, Bathabile Dlamini and Malusi Gigaba, what shocks the nation is that all three are now heading to Parliament.

Why Would Any President Include Those That No One Has Confidence In?

The candidate list from the IEC Independent Electoral Commission for Parliament Members was handed to Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogeong on Wednesday. Maseko says it is quite the balancing act to try and those within the ANC party happy and then it is even worse to find members that have the confidence of the people.

Nompumelelo Runji, a political analyst, shared that the ANC branches selected those listed on the list.

Nomvula Mokonyane, for instance, used her contacts and influence to stop the criminal investigation into Bosasa. Agrizzi, Angelo says the instalments he had to pay to Nomvula Mokonyana was a monthly cash payment of R50,000 plus the minister also wanted meat, some of the most expensive alcohol and groceries.

Nomvula Paula Mokonyane is South Africa’s Minister of Environmental Affairs appointed under President Cyril Ramaphosa. Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane, the Public Protector, is also busy with a whole lot of investigations against Nomvula Mokonyane and Bathabile Dlamini.

Corruption & Incompetent: Should a combination get You into Parliament?

The words that come to mind is, unfit for office, corruption at the highest level and incompetence. The endless flow of serious complaints hardly ever stops the list only gets longer as Mokonyane was also involved in rewarding tenders to those who did not have the equipment or know-how to complete the tasks. Like one of the judges said on Friday, and this is only the complaints launched, imagine what is not mentioned.

Dlamini and Mokonyane are both Unfit for Office, Although Ramaphosa Disagrees

Ramaphosa announced his new cabinet this Wednesday and this time he axed Dlamini, don’t hold your breath as he did not axe Mokonyane. Ramaphosa kept her, and she is going to Parliament.

Set Aside Reports Rhamaphosa Want’s Those Guilty in his Parliament

When things get hot in South Africa, the court sets reports aside, and this time it refers to the report by Mkhwebane. It is also not where it ends. You make sure that the Public Protector gets accused of something so that the attention is less on your case when you are Gordhan. It is an endless battle, and it involves retirement funds and other serious allegations, but Ramaphosa made Gordhan the minister of public enterprises.