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Archbishop Makgoba merely doing his part in an agreed campaign for Zuma recall!

Clyde Ramalaine This past Sunday the City Press in its now-standard orchestrated narrative of Zuma hate forewarned us to expect the Anglican Church Archbishop Makgoba’s Christmas address, which obviously was synchronised with the spirit of the City Press of a Zuma recall. As campaigns usually lead, Makgoba did not fail; he used his Christmas address at the […]

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Can the ANC be fooled again by Ramaphosa the man of many deals that serves apartheid white interest?

In a few days the African National Congress will assemble at Nasrec to mark its 54th Elective Conference where its new leadership will be elected. According to current nominations Ramaphosa the one with the broad smile, the former unionist shaped by white monopoly interest since 1978 is having an edge over his opponent Nkosazana Dlamini […]

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Is  Zanu-PF’s Mnangagwa anchored campaign registering a failed attempt to remove Mugabe?

The ongoing saga of a Mugabe removal with its many jolts and twists evidences a meandering tale of fumbling on part of Zanu PF war veterans, that still has Mugabe in power. On Thursday November 16, 2017 we were unexpectedly informed that Zimbabwe Defence Force under the leadership of General Constantino Chiwenga has effectively taken […]

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Soothsayers spirited by self-interest predict a collapsed ANC Conference

Literally weeks before the upcoming ANC’s 54th Conference we are hearing former ANC individuals predicting the Conference will collapse. One of the first published opinions casting credibility questions on the conference started with Kgalema Motlanthe former SG and deputy president of the ANC, who told South Africa he will not attend the conference. Motlanthe cites […]