Sisulu comments stoke ANC succession scramble

Sisulu comments stoke ANC succession scramble

2022-01-17 12:41:00 PM

Sisulu comments stoke ANC succession scramble

Cyril Ramaphosa’s opponents emboldened by attack on judiciary with president wary of taking action

Hajra OmarjeePresident Cyril Ramaphosa is disinclined to fire tourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu, whose attack on the judiciary is seen as a precursor to an ANC succession debate that could torpedo efforts to reform a party that in 2021 suffered its worst electoral performance since the advent of democracy.

A source close to the president said even though Ramaphosa has the sole constitutional prerogative to hire and fire those in his cabinet, the president is not keen to fire a potential political opponent without following"due process"...BPremium

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CHRIS ROPER: Lindiwe Sisulu and the party of plunderThe ANC is living in a make-believe world of uncertainty, ineffectuality and unaccountability, in which it’s both a hapless victim of circumstance and worthy of being in charge. It’s neither, writes ChrisRoper. ChrisRoper Start your own political party

Battling ministers: Lamola hits back HARD at Sisulu over judiciary attackBattling ministers: Lamola hits back HARD at Sisulu over judiciary attack Lindiwe Sisulu is now even being ROASTED by her fellow cabinet ministers. This time, Minister of Justice Ronald Lamola has had enough...

POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: All eyes on Ramaphosa’s response to SisuluMany are wondering how long the president can afford to stay mum on her opinion piece regarding judges ermbates Apparently no action is action out of fear of sympathy vote for the protagonist. In other words delegates would suspend thinking & not follow reason. It would reflect lack of inspiration for the membership, party reform and leadership succession than anything, excused! How I wish that he would not respond, to catch a 🐟 it must open its mouth! We're all aware that everyone wants the President's head, this is the matter to be ironed internally by the ANC! Brianngozi_ When she have was Human Settlements Minister did she make it Loud and clear that all her Dept budget for housing must be used equitably? Nah....she was busy flying to KZN to see shacks that had been burnt to the ground. Her own flight expenses cud have build 2000 proper shacks

Ramaphosa must order Sisulu to apologize for 'attack on judiciary': DARamaphosa must order Sisulu to apologize for 'attack on judiciary': DA The DA has called upon President Cyril Ramaphosa to act against Minister Lindiwe Sisulu over her 'attack' on the judiciary. DA must shut up. They can't even discipline their fossil Helen Zille. Cyril has no guts to discipline his own dog, let alone another cde, he is willing to lose his arm to get 2nd term and he does not care about Poor Black South Africans

Sisulu to pay political price for attack on judgesOur effervescent and outspoken Lindiwe Sisulu has, like a tigress, taken a swipe at the judiciary, causing Judge Zondo to lose his cool. I doubt! Infact those who hate her made her famous and inadvertently launched her campaign. I know we all probably might have heard about Bitcoin but don't know how it works, I tried it in a week ago by a man who recommended me to LeticiaThomas90 on Twitter she guides me through and i made a return of $10500 after a week of trading, connect with her LeticiaThomas90 The article was not read at all, and no one had interest until those who dislike her started making it popular.

Bantu Holomisa on calls for Sisulu to be fired: ‘She belongs to the untouchables in the ANC’UDM leader Bantu Holomisa says the ANC must 'swim in their own stew'. The reality is Ramaphosa is shit scarred if her and doesn't have the balls to fire her I entrusted Vina_Redmon with my money since I took rush of investing my money with her platform, and since then I've recovered all I lost to scams. Get in touch with Vina_Redmon and get a good mentorship and safe trading.

17 January 2022 - 05:10 Hajra Omarjee President Cyril Ramaphosa is disinclined to fire tourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu, whose attack on the judiciary is seen as a precursor to an ANC succession debate that could torpedo efforts to reform a party that in 2021 suffered its worst electoral performance since the advent of democracy.13 January 2022 - 05:00 Philosopher, communist and ANC national chair Gwede Mantashe said the following as part of the ANC’s 110th anniversary celebrations:"Once upon a time, I, Gwede, dreamt I was a butterfly, fluttering hither and thither, to all intents and purposes a butterfly.Lindiwe Sisulu is now even being ROASTED by her fellow cabinet ministers.16 January 2022 - 19:04 Erin Bates This week begins with continued scrutiny over tourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu’s opinion piece about judges and the constitution, with many wondering how long the president can afford to stay mum.

A source close to the president said even though Ramaphosa has the sole constitutional prerogative to hire and fire those in his cabinet, the president is not keen to fire a potential political opponent without following"due process".. Soon I awaked, and there I was, veritably myself again.. B Premium This article is reserved for our subscribers." It’s a poignant insight into the life of an ANC politician: a place of uncertainty and ineffectuality, but luckily also a place of uncertainty’s fortunate partner, unaccountability. A subscription helps you enjoy the best of our business content every day along with benefits such as articles from our international business news partners; ProfileData financial data; and digital access to the Sunday Times and Sunday Times Daily. B Premium This article is reserved for our subscribers.

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