The founder of the Save South Africa campaign, Sipho Pityana, has condemned former President Jacob Zuma’s latest violations of the Constitution. It has been revealed that the violations involve the State Security Agency’s (SSA) apparent illegal spying on civil society organisations such as Fees Must Fall, Right2Know and Save SA.
Former President Jacob Zuma has taken to Twitter to slam the panel that has compiled a report which revealed that during his presidency, elements of the State Security Agency were adapted and used to fight factional ANC political battles.
Karl von Holdt writes that corruption in South Africa isn’t simply a matter of bad morals or weak law enforcement, but that it is embedded in processes of class formation – specifically, the formation of new black elites.
African National Congress (ANC) Chief Whip Jackson Mthembu says the party’s caucus in Parliament has learnt from its mistakes and has vowed it will never repeat them.
Civil society movement Freedom Under Law has blamed former president Jacob Zuma and then head of the NDPP Shaun Abrahams for worsening the damage of the NPA office.