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Read summary of SA's Constitutional Court Decision Against Zuma 

SECRETARY OF THE JUDICIAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY INTO ALLEGATION OF STATE CAPTURE, CORRUPTION AND FRAUD IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR INCLUDING ORGAN OF STATE V JACOB GEDLEYIHLEKISA ZUMA CCT52/21
07.02. 2021

MKMVA spokesperson Carl Niehaus addresses the media outside Zuma’s Nkandla homestead on Friday, 2 July 2021, in KwaZulu-Natal. 

The Umkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans’ Association press briefing took place outside Zuma’s homestead where Niehaus reiterated that they would not allow Zuma to be imprisoned. ‘We have warned that if President Zuma is going to be imprisoned that there will be instability and unrest in SA,’ he said. (Photo: Leila Dougan)
Julius Malema issues Tweet Supporting the Constitutional Court Decision

07.01. 2021
ANC disbands the MK Military Veterans Association

07.08. 2021

he ANC national working committee (NWC) has confirmed the disbandment of the Umkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) and has thrown its support behind a process of amalgamating it with the rival MK National Council (MKNC).
AGE OF ANARCHY ANALYSIS

07.14. 2021

Under investigation: Twelve masterminds planned and executed insurrection on social media, then lost control after looting spree
“Thank you

 Constitutional Court of SA for protecting our democracy and once more proving we are all equal before the law. Strength comrade [former] president Jacob Zuma, this too shall pass.” 
Julius Malema
Marikana –
The struggle
for breath
and dignity
31 July 2021: Former Tharisa Minerals employee Bongani Mpofu says he was dismissed from the mine in Marikana, North West, in 2019 for ‘having a bad attitude’. (Photographs by Bonile Bam)


08.31.2021                                NewFrame.com


By: Bonile Bam                       
“We are dying slowly in Marikana,” says Bongani Mpofu, 31, who stays in Maditlokwa shack settlement, a stone’s throw from Tharisa Minerals’ platinum mine in Marikana in North West. “The carbon monoxide that comes from underground by way of ventilators that are positioned in the veld blows in the direction of the community.