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THE WEEKEND WRAP

What the State Capture Report got right – and wrong; and why there’s reason for optimism about SA’s economy

What the State Capture Report got right – and wrong; and why there’s reason for optimism about SA’s economy

The Collective Civil Society Response to the Zondo Commission and the State Capture Report was released on Wednesday. And South Africa’s economic trajectory is steadily changing for the better, Joel Netshitenzhe writes.

Read the Weekend Wrap here.

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  • J vN says:

    Joel Netshitenzhe is an ANC cadre and this laughable bilge he is spewing is just election propaganda, and about as credible as Joe Biden’s “commitment” to guarding the US border.

  • Debbie Annas says:

    The question begs, when are the debts of millions going to be settled or can it safely be ignored without any consequences?

    • Hedley Davidson says:

      Giving back stolen money is no deterrent . A 25 year jail sentence without parole will send a big message to looters on all sides of the transaction . The companies that pay the bribes , the fixers and middle men that facilitate bribe payment . The lawyers who receive bribe money into trust accounts . The government ministers that authorize the bribe ,the board members of the SOE’s that sign off on the bribe the BBBEE fronts that sanitize the process and get the contract but do no work and then all the recipients of ill gotten gains. Just pick 3 well known multi billion contracts , follow the money and put all in jail for 25 years . Oh I forgot – this is what the criminal justice system is supposed to do .

  • Johan Buys says:

    In South Africa : actions don’t have consequences provided you are a Comrade.

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