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As a self-identified party hack, ANC National Chairperson Gwede Mantashe got stuck on the constitutionally permitted motion of no confidence in a president under Section 102 of the Constitution, maintaining the ANC would never vote in favour of that because it would spark “a massive split” and “collapse” in the ANC. 
And so one of the governing ANC’s top officials effectively gave the Constitution — it also allows for a president’s impeachment under Section 89 — the Trudeau salute, named for the former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau’s penchant to flip off media, anti-French protesters and others he disliked. 
In his testimony before Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, Mantashe relied on repeatedly asserting that South Africa’s party political system required loyalty and protection from MPs who must toe the party line, and then proceeded to split some political hairs and make a couple of misleading statements.

WATCH: EFF members gather in Hillbrow as Floyd Shivambu arrives to lay corruption charge against Pravin Gordhan

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WATCH: EFF members gather in Hillbrow as Floyd Shivambu arrives to lay corruption charge against Pravin Gordhan
By Ntombi Nkosi
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Johannesburg: A large contingent of EFF members gathered outside Hillbrow police station in Johannesburg on Wednesday morning, picketing and singing Struggle songs before the party's deputy president Floyd Shivambu laid corruption charges against Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Holding placards that read "Pravin is anti-black", the members accompanied Shivambu to the station where he walked inside shortly after 11am.
Gordhan is accused of an attempt of “trying to influence the appointment of KwaZulu-Natal Judge Dhaya Pillay”.
On Tuesday, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng said Gordhan had approached him on matters he could not recall and, in passing, had asked him how his friend, Judge Dhaya Pillay, had done in the interview with the Judicial Service Commission for a position at the Constitutional Court.

ANC doesn't have policy of cadre deployment, Gwede Mantashe tells Zondo commission

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EFF wants public protector to probe Gordhan


EFF wants public protector to probe Gordhan
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The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) wants Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane to investigate the allegations of impropriety against Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan
Image courtesy: EFF
This comes after Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng revealed on Tuesday that Gordhan, who was finance minister at the time, inquired about appointment of Dhaya Pillay to the Supreme Court of Appeal. 
 
Mogoeng told the Judicial Service Committee that he feared Gordhan attempted to influence the appointment of a friend.
 
EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu opened a criminal complaint against Gordhan at Hillbrow Police Station on Wednesday morning.  

'Are you a corrupt judge?', high court judge grilled over CR17 sealed documents

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'Are you a corrupt judge?', high court judge grilled over CR17 sealed documents
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GAUTENG deputy judge president Aubrey Ledwaba faced a tough time during his Judicial Service Commission (JSC) interview as he was questioned on the sealing of the CR17 documents.
Ledwaba heard the court matter on the unsealing of the CR17 documents last year following an application by the EFF. The judge was being interviewed for a job at the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA).
The documents were sealed in 2019 after the Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane released her report into the CR17 campaign.
She found that President Cyril Ramaphosa had lied to Parliament when he responded to a question on a R500 000 donation made to his 2017 ANC presidency campaign.

MPs to decide Mkhwebane's future

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MPs to decide Mkhwebane's future
By Mayibongwe Maqhina
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Cape Town – The parliamentary process to impeach Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is a step closer to starting.
This became evident earlier this week when the National Assembly announced the special committee to conduct the inquiry to establish whether the charges were sustainable and to report to the House.
Parliament spokesperson Moloto Mothapo said in a statement the 26-member committee was constituted by all 14 political parties represented in the National Assembly.
“Eleven will be voting members of the committee and another 15 will be non-voting members,” Mothapo said.
The ANC deployed, among others, deputy chief whip Doris Dlakude, Qubudile Dyantyi, committee chairpersons Tina Joemat-Pettersson, Mondli Gungubele and Philly Mapulane (Alternate) as well as Judy Hermans, Bekizwe Simon Nkosi and Teiliswa Mgweba (Alternate)

Maile visits Tshwane family whose home was unlawfully destroyed by Red Ants

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Maile visits Tshwane family whose home was unlawfully destroyed by Red Ants
The Mhlala family was left homeless in 2017 when the City of Tshwane ordered that the property in Atteridgeville be destroyed.
Gauteng Human Settlements MEC Lebogang Maile visited the Mhlala family on 10 April 2021. The department was directed to rebuild the family's house after a probe by the public protector found the Red Ants had unlawfully demolished the structure in 2017. Picture: Twitter/@lupingcayisa
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JOHANNESBURG – Gauteng Human settlements MEC Lebogang Maile has apologised to a family in Tshwane after their house was unlawfully demolished by the Red Ants.
The Mhlala family was left homeless in 2017 when the City of Tshwane ordered that the property in Atteridgeville be destroyed.

LIVE FEED: State capture inquiry – April 9, 2021

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LIVE FEED: State capture inquiry – April 9, 2021
By Ntombi Nkosi
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JOBURG – Norma Mngoma, the estranged wife of former Minister Malusi Gigaba, is expected to give evidence before the Zondo commission on the ex-minister’s alleged dealings with the Gupta family.
Mngoma had a few months ago, threatened to spill the beans on the alleged deals between Gigaba and the Guptas, and yesterday, it emerged that the former minister will apply to cross-examine Mngoma.
Gigaba had also wanted the evidence by his estranged wife to be heard in camera. But the commission will hear the application by his lawyers today.
Mngoma’s evidence is based on allegations that Gigaba had received cash from the Guptas during his tenure in government.

Busisiwe Mkhwebane impeachment inquiry takes shape – members named


Busisiwe Mkhwebane impeachment inquiry takes shape – members named
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ANC Deputy Chief Whip Doris Dlakude leads the governing party contingent, including three committee chairpersons, on the inquiry into the possible impeachment of Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane.
Others for the ANC on that unprecedented inquiry that the House had approved to go ahead on 16 March are police committee chairperson Tina Joemat-Pettersson, social development committee chairperson Mondli Gungubele and ethics committee co-chairperson Bekizwe Nkosi.
ANC MPs Judy Hermans and Richard Dyantyi, who regularly presides over mini-plenaries, make up the voting members, alongside alternates Teiliswa Mgweba and Philly Mapulane, the higher education committee chairperson.

Busisiwe Mkhwebane impeachment inquiry takes shape –...

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ANC Deputy Chief Whip Doris Dlakude leads the governing party contingent, including three committee chairpersons, on the inquiry into the possible impeachment of Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane.
Others for the ANC on that unprecedented inquiry that the House had approved to go ahead on 16 March are police committee chairperson Tina Joemat-Pettersson, social development committee chairperson Mondli Gungubele and ethics committee co-chairperson Bekizwe Nkosi.
ANC MPs Judy Hermans and Richard Dyantyi, who regularly presides over mini-plenaries, make up the voting members, alongside alternates Teiliswa Mgweba and Philly Mapulane, the higher education committee chairperson.
It is a senior and serious showing. It remains to be seen how the reliance on committee chairpersons who have their own programmes heavy with legislation and oversight may affect the Section 194 inquiry committee.

Mkhwebane might petition SCA regarding Ivan Pillay's SARS pension case - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.

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8 April 2021, 7:01 AM
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Image: SA Government FlickrThe High Court found Mkhwebane's finding that Minister Gordhan acted unlawfully was irrational and was a mere recommendation
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has not ruled out petitioning the Supreme Court of Appeal after the High Court in Pretoria dismissed her leave to appeal its ruling on the pension package of former South African Revenue Service (SARS) Deputy Commissioner, Ivan Pillay.
Last year, the High Court overturned Mkhwebane’s report that found that Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan had irregularly approved Pillay’s early retirement with benefits in 2010.
Reaction to Mkhwebane’s bid to appeal judgment on Ivan Pillay: Karyn Maughan

Mkhwebane to decide on next move after another court defeat

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Mkhwebane to decide on next move after another court defeat
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Johannesburg - No decision has been taken on whether or not Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane will challenge her latest loss in the North Gauteng High Court.
The full bench of the North Gauteng High Court – Judges Elizabeth Kubushi, Mpostoli Twala and Norman Davis – dismissed with costs Mkhwebane’s appeal of their December ruling reviewing and setting aside Mkhwebane’s 2019 report into former acting SA Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner Ivan Pillay’s early retirement.
Pillay’s early retirement and subsequent retention by Sars were approved by Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan following a recommendation by the taxman’s former commissioner Oupa Magashula, who did not participate in the application for leave to appeal.

5 important things happening in South Africa today

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5 important things happening in South Africa today
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Here’s what is happening in and affecting South Africa today:
Coronavirus: Global Covid-19 infections have hit 133.7 million confirmed, with the death toll reaching 2.9 million. In South Africa, there have been 756 new cases, taking the total reported to 1,553,609. Deaths have reached 53,111 (a daily increase of 79), while recoveries have climbed to 1,479,821, leaving the country with a balance of 20,677 active cases. The total number of vaccines administered is 278,909.
Eskom investigation: Parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts has given Eskom 90 days to complete its investigation into allegations of racism and abuse of power levelled against its CEO, Andre de Ruyter. Scopa was not happy that Eskom had delayed the investigation by over a year, but agreed to halt its own investigations so as to not do double work. Eskom announced an investigation into the allegations after affidavits and testimony was made to Scopa – including from De Ruyter who is denying the claims. Eskom’s now-suspended chief procurement officer alleges that the Eskom boss made irregular appointments based on race, and hampered his ability to do his job. [EWN]

Parliament Names MPs For Public Protector Probe

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FILE: Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane. Picture: Sethembiso Zulu/EWN.
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Parliament has finalised its list of people who will probe Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s possible removal from office.
The 26 committee members come from the 14 parties with seats in the National Assembly.
Eleven people will be voting members, while the other 15 will be non-voting.
Voting members include the ANC’s Tina Joemat-Pettersson, the DA’s Leon Schreiber, the EFF’s Julius Malema, the IFP’s Zandile Majozi and the Freedom Front Plus’s Cornelius Mulder.
The inquiry comes after Mkhwebane lost a string of legal battles based on her decisions in important cases.

Mkhwebane's bid to appeal judgment on Ivan Pillay pension fails, Gordhan fails in bid to cross appeal

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Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's bid to appeal a judgment on former SARS deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay's pension saga has failed.
The Gauteng High Court in Pretoria said there was no prospect that another court would come to a different conclusion.
The court set aside Mkhwebane's report, its findings and remedial action in December 2020.
The Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has dismissed Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's application for leave to appeal a judgment on former South African Revenue Service (SARS) deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay's pension package.
It has also dismissed Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan and Pillay's applications for a cross appeal in so far as the court found against them.

Mkhwebane loses bid to appeal judgment setting aside report on Gordhan


Mkhwebane loses bid to appeal judgment setting aside report on Gordhan
07 April 2021 - 13:40
Image: Esa Alexander/Sunday Times
The public protector and her office suffered a legal blow on Wednesday when the high court in Pretoria dismissed their application for leave to appeal a court judgment that set aside her report on public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan.
A full bench of the high court in Pretoria in December overturned a report by Busisiwe Mkhwebane which found Gordhan had irregularly approved the early retirement of former SA Revenue Service (Sars) deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay with benefits in 2010.
Mkhwebane and the office of the public protector launched an application for leave to appeal the judgment — except for orders favourable to them.

Mkhwebane loses bid to appeal judgment on Ivan Pillay's early retirement

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Mkhwebane loses bid to appeal judgment on Ivan Pillay’s early retirement
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Johannesburg - Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, ex-acting SA Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner Ivan Pillay and Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane have all lost their bid to overturn the North Gauteng High Court ruling on Pillay’s early retirement.
A full bench of the high court – Judges Elizabeth Kubushi, Mpostoli Twala and Norman Davis – dismissed Mkhwebane’s appeal as well as Gordhan and Pillay’s cross appeal.
”We are, therefore, of the view that there are no reasonable prospects of success of the appeal. Put differently, we hold the view that there is no prospect that another court may come to a different conclusion in this case. Therefore, the applications for leave to appeal and cross-appeal the judgment fall to be dismissed,” the judges found.

Public protector stumped again as court denies leave to...

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The North Gauteng high court has dismissed Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s application to appeal a judgment overturning her report on Pravin Gordhan’s decision to grant Ivan Pillay early retirement, ruling that it had no prospects of success.
Mkhwebane had applied to appeal the 17 December 2020 judgment that found her report was irrational and that she did not have a full grasp of the law.
Mkhwebane’s report, released the day before President Cyril Ramaphosa’s May 2019 inauguration, found Gordhan had irregularly approved Pillay’s early retirement from SARS with full benefits.
She recommended Ramaphosa take appropriate disciplinary action against Gordhan for failing to uphold the Constitution.

Planned 'national shutdown' over ANC infighting: report

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Planned ‘national shutdown’ over ANC infighting: report
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Factions within the African National Congress (ANC) are reportedly planning protests across the country, promising a series of national shutdowns over the party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) ruling that Ace Magashule – and those charged with serious crimes – step aside.
According to circulars being distributed by the so-called ‘Radical Economic Transformation’ (RET) faction,
seen by the City Press, these elements within the ANC are targeting shutdowns in metros, national roads, access to business hubs, and even taking the protests action into the suburbs.
The moves are expected to start this coming week, to coincide with the 30 days that Magashule and others have been granted to step aside, the City Press said.

Mkhwebane report on Des van Rooyen set aside in court

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Mkhwebane report on Des van Rooyen set aside in court
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JOBURG – ANC MP and uMkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) treasurer-general Des van Rooyen has had Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s report that found he lied to Parliament over meeting the controversial fugitive Gupta family, overturned.
North Gauteng High Court Judge Wendy Hughes on Monday, found that Mkhwebane’s 2018 report that ordered former president Jacob Zuma to take action against Van Rooyen was factually unfounded, irrational and unlawful.
Mkhwebane’s investigation related to claims by the DA that Van Rooyen lied when he responded to the official opposition’s leader John Steenhuisen’s questions when he was co-operative governance and traditional affairs minister.

LIVESTREAM: Acting Public Protector gives updates on investigative reports

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Wednesday 31 March 2021 - 1:20pm
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CAPE TOWN - Acting Public Protector Advocate Kholeka Gcaleka will give a quarterly update about a number of investigations that have been undertaken by her office.
This latest report is being delivered while Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is currently on a sabbatical.
It will cover the fourth quarter of the 2020/2021 financial year.
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MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela found guilty of violating ethics code

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MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela found guilty of violating ethics code
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Western Cape Transport and Public Works MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela has been found to have breached the Executive Ethics Code by lying about GOOD secretary-general and MPL Brett Herron.
Acting Public Protector Kholeka Gcaleka announced on Wednesday that her office found that Madikizela wilfully made false and misleading statements to the legislature about Herron.
According to Gcaleka, Madikizela’s conduct constituted a breach of the Executive Ethics Code.
Herron complained about Madikizela, who is also the DA leader in the Western Cape, to Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane in November 2019.
In his complaint, Herron accused Madikizela of wilfully misleading the legislature in breach of the code

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