President Jacob Zuma’s failure to meet the deadline and respond to the Public Protector’s Nkandla report demonstrates the urgent need to fix the existing code of ethics for the national and provincial cabinets.
EFF leader Julius Malema has called on supporters to burn their TV licences in front of the SABC. I think ...
- He's right. The rubbish on TV doesn't justify paying for a TV licence (53%, 519 Votes)
- It's yet another reckless comment by Malema (23%, 222 Votes)
- Malema has a point but burning TV licences is not the answer (14%, 137 Votes)
- It's understandable considering the way the EFF has been treated by the SABC (10%, 105 Votes)
Total Voters: 983
All of us here must stop paying TV licences; there must be a march where all of us are going to burn our TV licences in front of the SABC.
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Readers react cynically to the news that Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi is cracking the whip over Nkandla spending
The era of having your cake and eating it seems to be coming to an end for government officials suspended on full pay. That’s if Public Service and Administration Minister Collins Chabane gets his way.