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Multi-million rand deal splits “dysfunctional” SAA board

Staff Reporter The decision by troubled South African Airways (SAA) to appoint a foreign-based company to the tune of millions of rand to review its restructuring and turn-around strategy has triggered a storm of protest. Although the national carrier is adamant that the appointment of Seabury consulting, a New York based consulting firm was above board […]

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Vavi, Naidoo and Madonsela in Save SA anti-Zuma plot

Weekly Xpose Team This week saw the cascading of a well-orchestrated anti-Zuma campaign which organisers hoped would peak with Friday’s  march to the Union Buildings. This follows a public call for mass mobilisation by former Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan after he was axed by President Jacob Zuma in a Cabinet reshuffle, along with several other Ministers and […]

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Trying to make sense of Makgoba’s claim – ‘reshuffle will assault the poor’ 

The recent cabinet reshuffle, in particular the removing of the finance minister, is unfolding in many ways. We have seen corporate sponsored Save SA organising a sparsely attended march in Tshwane to register their rightful displeasure with the removal of SA’s former treasury team of minsters. Not to be undone, the official opposition – the […]

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ANCYL in Limpopo Congratulate Joe Maswanganyi on his appointment as the new Minister of Transport

The African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) congratulated the appointment to Joe Maswanganyi to the portfolio of Minister of Transport. In a statement, the youth body said: “The ANCYL in Limpopo joins the people of Limpopo in congratulating Cde Joe Maswanganyi on his appointment as the new Minister of Transport. The ANCYL in Limpopo particularly […]

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Nafcoc welcomes Cabinet shuffle

JOHANNESBURG – The National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Nafcoc) on Friday welcomed the changes and developments in the National Executive as announced by the President Jacob Zuma. Zuma fired five ministers in the far-reaching midnight reshuffle that affected 14 portfolios and saw the naming of 10 new ministers and deputy ministers. Pravin […]