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While government does not have exact statistics, it is clear that increasing numbers of skilled South Africans are leaving the country to work elsewhere. At the end of 2018, more than one million South Africans lived abroad.
Experts are saying that Minister of Women, Bathabile Dlamini, could be one of the first to get axed from SA president Cyril Ramaphosa’s new cabinet.
A group of veteran ANC members have written a document in which they have nothing good to say about former SARS boss, Tom Moyane. According to the document, Moyane wanted to collapse the ANC from within.
AFR leader, Bishop Timothy Ngcobo, spoke out recently against the allegations implicating ex-SA president, Jacob Zuma, in a number of corruption accusations. Ngcobo said that he believed Zuma was being mistreated.
SA Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, has taken to social media to beg ex-DA leader, Helen Zille, not to make any more posts. This plea follows Zille’s recent controversial rant, which accused SA politicians of #blackprivilege.
The Western Cape ANC has overturned the suspension of treasurer Maurencia Gillion, who was in hot water over a controversial election donation from businessman Iqbal Survé. Gillion will remain in her position.