Breaking News: Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s home vandalised

By BO Staff Writer Public Protector (PP), Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s home has been vandalised by what it seems are her detractors. The PP’s spokesperson, Cleopatra Mosana, told ANN7 that the PP was receiving threats after she released a report implicating ABSA and other white owned companies in maladministration and corruption. “These threats have been coming in …

Letter to Adv Busisiwe Mkhwebane

By Jeff Koorbanally Dear Adv Mkhwebane I make reference to the letter addressed to you on the 14th, whereby I raised the concern about the sensitization of these reports. I contest, with strongest resentment, that the former Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela, should call or label our country a “State of Capture”, that’s the biggest insult …

Open Letter to Brian Molefe

By Adil Nchabeleng Brian Molefe, we congratulate you and the Eskom Board & Management on the bold and stern leadership demonstrated by yourselves in Eskom during these challenging times. The recent Financial Results and achievements of Eskom are impressive. It is common knowledge that many public institutions in South Africa are used to target and …

Thuli Madonsela lied!

By Andile Mngxitama Black Opinion shall continue to break down the so-called state capture report of the former Public Protector, Advocate Thuli Madonsela. Today we focus on the number of complaints of state capture lodged with the office of the Public Protector and why Advocate Madonsela lied about the exact number of complaints in her …

BLF called for a Judicial Commission of inquiry into ‘State Capture’ report in March

By BO Staff Writer In the recently released ‘State Capture’ report, the former Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela, recommends a Judicial Commission of Inquiry. On 31 March 2016 BLF wrote to the Presidency and called for a Judicial Commission of Inquiry. Read the movement’s full letter below: The Presidency President Jacob Zuma Union Buildings Government Avenue …

Van Rooyen vindicated

By BO Staff Writer The Sunday Times ran a sensational front page report last Sunday about Minister Des van Rooyen visiting the Gupta household 7 nights in a row. This was presented as evidence that van Rooyen was captured. The newspaper told its unsuspecting readers that this was the piece of evidence to sink the …

Beware of white praise Adv Mkhwebane

By Andile Mngxitama The title of this short report is more appropriately expounded by the theme “white praise: how do good blacks go rogue?”. We have watched, over the years, good black people becoming anti-black and praised servants of white power. Many blacks can’t withstand white torture, which in turn firstly deflates their morale and …