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The betrayal of the struggle: ANC, EFF and VBS Bank

12 October at 07:50 AM, via News24

Black political leadership today does not fulfil the mandate of the struggle for liberation. It has abused and continues to abuse its power for self-gratification, writes Mfesane Siboto.

Dali Mpofu on VBS: What, me worry?

11 October at 18:33 PM, via News24

Dali Mpofu has refused to acknowledge to a reporter that the party needs to consider the links between one of its senior leaders and the looting at VBS.

Floyd Shivambu scored R10m from VBS scheme – report

11 October at 13:48 PM, via News24

According to the Daily Maverick, Shivambu received roughly R10m through a company where his brother Brian is the sole director. The EFF scooped R1.3m, say the publication’s sources.

EFF ignores Shivambu family link in VBS reaction statement

10 October at 21:56 PM, via News24

The EFF has expressed its concern about a report revealing large-scale fraud at VBS Mutual Bank, but hasn’t mentioned a word about the relative of one its leaders, who was named as a participant in a “looting scheme”.

Floyd Shivambu’s brother received R16m from VBS

10 October at 21:41 PM, via News24

Brian Shivambu, the brother of EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu, received R16m from the now collapsed VBS Mutual Bank, according to a report compiled by advocate Terry Motau, and released by the SA Reserve Bank.

No decision to prosecute Malema yet – NPA

10 October at 18:06 PM, via News24

The National Prosecuting Authority has failed to meet the deadline for its decision on whether it will prosecute EFF leader Julius Malema for an old matter relating to a contract with On-Point Engineering.

Nene – from hero to zero under a week

10 October at 08:43 AM, via News24

It has taken approximately less than seven days for now former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene to move from being one of the most trusted and loved public servants to him now being referred to as compromised, with some questioning his integrity.

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