Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Reshuffling or ANC stinker

Every one from man on the streets to opposition parties welcomes President Jacob Zuma actions as brave and courageous. Helen Zille went as far as saying “it is better late than never”. Indeed his actions are commendable, but are it sincere?
Media sometimes focus on one issue like they have a vendetta. Remember when the media was focusing on Judge Hlophe going to constitutional court? He was not appointed Judge Mogoeng was, but when Mogoeng was interview for the head of Constitutional court there was a media outcry.

The fact that Gwen Mahlangu Nkabinde and Sicelo Shiceka have been fire sound very hollow to me, these guys are just going without any accountability. You remember that Sicelo Shiceka is still challenging public protectors findings. Therefore the president might be buying time to send these guys to foreign affairs as ambassadors. Who will win then?

It seems like our president is playing politics, he unleashed oil gate commission outcomes. When it turned out to be a non-starter he unleashed the second wave of attack by means of reshuffle. The second wave was not to hurt, but to help him to be seen as doing something against corrupt politicians.

Thula Nxesi has replaced Baloyi, we all know there is no love lost between Baloyi and Public servants. We know the song by workers when they are on strike “Samthata uBaloyi sambeka e pitoli now Voetsek” now his comrades will be saying “Voetsek” to him. This was done in order to buy sometime from COSATU, which seems to be a divided house every time they communicate to the media.

If there is any winner in this it is Advocate Thuli Madonsela who kept her feet on the ground when the media was trying to make celebrity out of her. She went about her work 

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