South Africa came very close to losing the battle against abusive and exploitative state power, and it can’t be fixed overnight.
This as Abrahams is due to receive recommendations today on whether Zuma should be prosecuted for charges related to the spy tapes saga.
The acting Hawks head says they are building their ‘state of capture’ investigation, but no arrest of Duduzane Zuma appears imminent.
Ramaphosa has been delaying naming his Cabinet, and could be playing for time until potential members of his dream team are ready to be appointed.
Last week Shaun Abrahams said he had given the team dealing with corruption allegations against Zuma until today to make recommendations on the matter.
The ANC government refused to increase VAT since 1994 because they recognised it was taxing the poor.
Ramaphosa undertook in parliament this week to begin a process of healing for the victims’ families and surviving miners.
The public protector wants action taken within two weeks against the minister over her Eskom submissions.