Kgalema Motlanthe

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AllAfrica.com
Farewell, Mr LootsJohannesburg — President Jacob Zuma has described Hermanus Loots as a man who f
Farewell, Mr Loots
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 hours ago
Johannesburg — President Jacob Zuma has described Hermanus Loots as a man who fought for a non-racial and united South Africa that is free of poverty and inequality. "He fought for a truly united, non-racial, non-sexist, democratic and prosperous... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Business losing patience with sloppy, costly legislationNow the state wants to dilute even further vital regulation impact assessments
Business losing patience with sloppy, costly legislation
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 7 days ago
Now the state wants to dilute even further vital regulation impact assessments with a new assessment that places ''national security and social cohesion'' above the economy and jobs. South African business leaders in Johannesburg yesterday... Read more
7d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Stop these bad lawsNow the state wants to dilute even further vital regulation impact assessments
Stop these bad laws
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 7 days ago
Now the state wants to dilute even further vital regulation impact assessments with a new assessment that places ''national security and social cohesion'' above the economy and jobs. South African business leaders in Johannesburg yesterday... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Power, patronage and gatekeeper politics in the time of Truman PrinceIn 2012, at the ANC's fourth national policy conference that took place in Gall
Power, patronage and gatekeeper politics in the time of Truman Prince
Daily Maverick / Posted 7 days ago
In 2012, at the ANC's fourth national policy conference that took place in Gallagher Estate ahead of its 53rd Conference in Mangaung, a discussion document titled “Organisational Renewal” was circulated, highlighting one of the party's major... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Confusions of a Patriot: Please help me understand?On November 9th, Jacob Zuma said that loyalty to the ANC was more important tha
Confusions of a Patriot: Please help me understand?
Daily Maverick / Posted 15 days ago
On November 9th, Jacob Zuma said that loyalty to the ANC was more important than loyalty the country. He then repeated that a week later. It was obviously unconstitutional, and a betrayal of everything that the ANC has preached and done for over... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Presidential Gamble - Searching for a Statesman to Lead SAOn Thursday, news emerged that President Jacob Zuma did not participate in an A
Presidential Gamble - Searching for a Statesman to Lead SA
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
On Thursday, news emerged that President Jacob Zuma did not participate in an Africa panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Although it raised eyebrows that the President of South Africa did not use the foremost gathering of investors... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Let’s get the economy goingOne of Winston Churchill’s many good quips was “Never let a good crisis go to w
Let’s get the economy going
Daily Maverick / Posted 16 days ago
One of Winston Churchill’s many good quips was “Never let a good crisis go to waste” is now something all South Africans could take heart from. It is now widely accepted that we just can’t go on like we have been. Our economy is barely avoiding... Read more
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Daily Maverick
The law review panel: Acknowledging despondency, avoiding accountability“Has it worked?” asked National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete, on Tuesday, abou
The law review panel: Acknowledging despondency, avoiding accountability
Daily Maverick / Posted 19 days ago
“Has it worked?” asked National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete, on Tuesday, about attempts to reduce inequality. “The evidence tells us 'no' if you listen to South Africans.” As Parliament returned for the year, she was announcing the Speaker’s Forum... Read more
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20d
AllAfrica.com
Parliament to Review Impact of Post-1994 LawsA panel to review the impact of legislation dating back to 1994 got underway in
Parliament to Review Impact of Post-1994 Laws
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
A panel to review the impact of legislation dating back to 1994 got underway in Parliament on Tuesday. Parliament's Independent Advisory Panel is chaired by former deputy president Kgalema Motlanthe. Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday,... Read more
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20d
Daily Maverick
Government’s nuclear plans - will it be the Arms Deal 2.0?Fundamental questions about governments proposed nuclear plans remain unanswere
Government’s nuclear plans - will it be the Arms Deal 2.0?
Daily Maverick / Posted 20 days ago
Fundamental questions about governments proposed nuclear plans remain unanswered How much more installed generation capacity do we need? That question, in turn, can be answered only by answering a prior question: Ehat is the current and foreseeable... Read more
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Daily Maverick
My response to Thabo MbekiIn the political underground of the 1970s, and perhaps more into the mid-1980s,
My response to Thabo Mbeki
Daily Maverick / Posted 20 days ago
In the political underground of the 1970s, and perhaps more into the mid-1980s, I was an admirer of a faraway Thabo Mbeki whose voice I would hear occasionally on Radio Freedom. He was a leading exiled ANC spokesperson, and I was proud to be a... Read more
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20d
Daily Maverick
Mbeki protesteth too much, we thinkBased on these two articles, Number One is probably not quaking in his boots. A
Mbeki protesteth too much, we think
Daily Maverick / Posted 20 days ago
Based on these two articles, Number One is probably not quaking in his boots. All Mbeki has succeeded in doing so far is enraging those who felt he treated them badly at the time. Phosa and Cronin have both basically registered their exasperation.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Former Deputy President Appointed to Chair Legislative Review PanelCape Town — Former President Kgalema Motlanthe has been appointed to chair an a
Former Deputy President Appointed to Chair Legislative Review Panel
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
Cape Town — Former President Kgalema Motlanthe has been appointed to chair an advisory panel that will be tasked with assessing key legislation that was passed by Parliament since 1994. The 17-member panel, which comprises a wide array of experts... Read more
21d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Mbeki still doesn't get it: Jeremy Cronin's full response to the former presidentThat’s a pity. I have never‚ I still don’t‚ harbour any personal animosity tow
Mbeki still doesn't get it: Jeremy Cronin's full response to the former president
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 21 days ago
That’s a pity. I have never‚ I still don’t‚ harbour any personal animosity towards him. In fact‚ I am more puzzled than angered by his latest missive in which I feature centrally (“When your position can’t be sustained‚ create a scare-crow – the... Read more
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21d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Rainbow Nation in the dockHeaded up by former president Kgalema Motlanthe, the 15-member panel will have
Rainbow Nation in the dock
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 21 days ago
Headed up by former president Kgalema Motlanthe, the 15-member panel will have a year to look at laws already passed. Parliament has passed hundreds of pieces of legislation since the dawn of democracy, but the panel said yesterday it would be look... Read more
21d
News 24 South Africa
Parliament to review impact of post 1994 lawsThulani Gqirana, News24 Dan Calderwood, News24 Cape Town – A panel to review
Parliament to review impact of post 1994 laws
News 24 South Africa / Posted 21 days ago
Thulani Gqirana, News24 Dan Calderwood, News24 Cape Town – A panel to review the impact of legislation dating back to 1994 got under way in Parliament on Tuesday. Parliament's Independent Advisory Panel is chaired by former deputy president... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
Parly wants post-apartheid SA laws interrogated to tackle inequality and wealth distributionFormer president Kgalema Motlanthe will chair a panel to review existing legisl
Parly wants post-apartheid SA laws interrogated to tackle inequality and wealth distribution
Daily Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
Former president Kgalema Motlanthe will chair a panel to review existing legislation dating back to 1994‚ for any “unintended consequences” it may have had on communities especially in terms of transformation. Former president Kgalema Motlanthe will... Read more
23d
AllAfrica.com
Monolithic Politics Zanu-PF's Achilles HeelSouth Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) last week celebrated its
Monolithic Politics Zanu-PF's Achilles Heel
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) last week celebrated its 104th birthday in Rustenburg, a longevity achieved on the back of various factors among them the party's capacity to constantly renew its leadership and therefore... Read more
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29d
The Times & The Sunday Times
I never implicated Phosa, Sexwale, Ramaphosa in any conspiracy: Thabo MbekiHowever it would seem that what Churchill actually said, speaking at the Britis
I never implicated Phosa, Sexwale, Ramaphosa in any conspiracy: Thabo Mbeki
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 29 days ago
However it would seem that what Churchill actually said, speaking at the British House of Commons on 23 Jan 1948, was, “For my part, I consider that it will be found much better by all Parties to leave the past to history, especially as I propose to... Read more

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