David Mabuza faces grilling from MPs

2020-09-03 12:22:00 PM

Mabuza’s appearance in the National Council of Provinces on Thursday comes after he missed previous sessions due to ill health.

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Deputy President David Mabuza will face tough questions in Parliament over the looting of Covid19 funds and the crisis facing Eskom_SA.

Mabuza’s appearance in the National Council of Provinces on Thursday comes after he missed previous sessions due to ill health.

ShareCape Town – Deputy President David Mabuza will face tough questions in Parliament over the looting of Covid-19 funds and the crisis facing Eskom.Mabuza’s appearance in the National Council of Provinces on Thursday comes after he missed previous sessions owing to to ill health.

Mabuza confirmed on Monday, during the post-NEC briefing, that he had just returned to work after being unwell.Mabuza had previously told MPs that he was treated in Russia for ill health a few years ago.Some of the questions to be answered by Mabuza relate to the looting of Covid-19 funds.

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Email Share Cape Town – Deputy President David Mabuza will face tough questions in Parliament over the looting of Covid-19 funds and the crisis facing Eskom.Share By Jehran Daniel Durban - Deputy President David Mabuza will on Friday summon members of the inter-ministerial committee on land reform and agriculture to deliberate on the recent spike in farm attacks and murders across the country and in KwaZulu-Natal.This was announced by defence force chief Gen Solly Shoke, and members of the Military Command.This was announced by defence force chief Gen Solly Shoke, and members of the Military Command.

Mabuza’s appearance in the National Council of Provinces on Thursday comes after he missed previous sessions owing to to ill health. Mabuza confirmed on Monday, during the post-NEC briefing, that he had just returned to work after being unwell. “The lives of farmers, farmworkers and farm dwellers, as well as every citizen of the country, black and white, matter. Mabuza had previously told MPs that he was treated in Russia for ill health a few years ago. He was later transferred and appointed director covert collection before being promoted to chief director counter intelligence, a position he held until he was appointed general officer commanding training command and responsible for all training institutions of the SANDF military. Some of the questions to be answered by Mabuza relate to the looting of Covid-19 funds. Mabuza’s sentiments follow yet another brutal murder of a couple in their 60s in KwaZulu-Natal who were gunned down on their farm in Normandien, west of the Durban central business district. President Cyril Ramaphosa has instructed a number of investigating agencies to probe the looting of funds allocated for Covid-19. Defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, deputy minister Thabang Makwetla, secretary for defence Sonto Kudjoe and Shoke expressed their sadness and “heartfelt condolences” to his family, colleagues and friends.

The Special Investigating Unit is probing a number of departments and companies involved in corruption. Their dog was also killed. TimesLIVE. The government announced a R500 billion stimulus package to fight the spread of Covid-19, but some of the funds have allegedly been stolen. Mabuza also faces questions from NCOP members over the crisis at Eskom. On Tuesday, members of Parliament will also discuss the rise in farm attacks following a request by the Democratic Alliance in June. Mabuza chairs a committee that deals with the power utility. Eskom admitted to the standing committee on appropriations on Wednesday that its debt had increased from R440bn to R448bn. Mabuza said: “Even in difficult times, our prevailing challenges must not lead us to despair and to engage in all that is against our humanity as a people.

The government took a decision a year ago to split Eskom into three entities to deal with its cash crisis and start generating revenue. Political Bureau .” According to the Pretoria-based commercial farmers union TLU SA, between April and June there were 68 farm attacks and 12 murders.