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KPMG conduct ‘deplorable’, Moyane ‘opportunistic’ – SA Communist Party

CAPE TOWN, September 19 – Both the South African Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner Tom Moyane and auditing firm KPMG must face action for the fiasco around claims of a “rogue unit” within the revenue service which led to several people losing their jobs, including former finance minister Pravin Gordhan, the SA Communist Party (SACP) said […]

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Senzo Mchunu to appear before KZN political killings enquiry

DURBAN, September 14 – Former KwaZulu-Natal premier and African National Congress (ANC) provincial chairman Senzo Mchunu will next week testify before the Moerane Commission investigating political killings in the province. Commission spokesperson, Solo Mdledle, confirmed on Thursday that Mchunu would be testifying next week Wednesday. Mchunu will appear at a time of heightened political tension within his own party […]

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SACP condemns detoriorating Metrorail service in the WCape

CAPE TOWN, August 24 – The South African Communist Party in the Western Cape has lashed out at the deteriorating state of Metrorail trains operating in Cape Town, threatening possible mass action as a result. In a statement, SACP provincial secretary, Benson Ngqentsu, said the party “condemns in the strongest terms possible the deteriorating state of Metrorail trains operating […]

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ANC slams ‘arrogant SACP’

Sello Theletsane The African National Congress (ANC) has slammed the “gravely unfortunate” accusations of factionalism by the South African Communist Party (SACP) where it criticised the ruling party’s decision to discipline its members that voted with the opposition in the recent failed vote of no-confidence in President Jacob Zuma, saying it is under no obligation […]

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Former minister Kasrils says new recruits were not instructed to commit suicide

PRETORIA, August 3 – Former Minister of Intelligence Services Ronnie Kasrils refuted claims that the then banned African National Congress  (ANC) and South African Communist Party (SACP) encouraged members to commit suicide if they had been captured and tortured by apartheid police. “There was never an instruction to commit suicide. It was never part of our doctrine […]

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SACP resolves to contest elections

JOHANNESBURG, July 15 – The South African Communist Party’s 14th congress resolution to contest elections has come with a caution to members not to accept any form of donations from the controversial, politically connected Gupta family. Addressing the congress on its last day on Saturday, SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande said members should take responsibility […]