Wednesday, January 5, 2022

South African inquiry points to systemic corruption during Zuma era

I don't think black racist is guilty of corruption. His corruption during 27 years of my MK Ultra case opened to many many(10.000 +) of you free ticked to Disney world, free tickets Paris, New York, US, Australia anywhere in the world...Zuma rule opened numerous a lucrative careers, brought black people to European continent - Slovenia 100% as I was despite being tortured physically and mentally while drugged up 3 and half years 24/7, guilty for it all. 

Zuma and his black South African partners Malema and Cyril Ramaphosa(entire black South African community including Mandela) , Barack Obama, Kamala Harris, Eric Holder likewise - entire black community in USA  and with their counterparts Donald Trump/Joe Biden(imaginary neonazi "democrat"),

Berlin politicians - all the neonazi and fascist icons world have experienced first hand in WWII were important factors in quality of your lives whether you live in Europe or N. America - African first tickets to anywhere incl. hotels accommodations, free citizenship, super low rate credits/loans/ mortgages, so you could afford yourself anywhere from yachts to luxury houses/ cars, open or boost your private companies...don't worry - Christ will pay for it all and you will just do your part - answer him questions pertaining to what governments insisted was MK Ultra(this was a 27 year torture with murder outcome - not MK Ultra of any kind) when time comes...Harry, William, Charles are happy for my writing this because all this money as they claimed me was used to bail me out of troubles - crimes as they insisted I committed(unaware of even cures which they insisted me for after taking me through British hospitals to detect what health related problems I suffer from since I haven't suffer from absolutely any at the time in 2003/2004 etc...the only thing left in 2017 as they discussed with Putin was to cause those problems so struggle with 100% death outcome can begun - the topic was how long will you live for and then statistics as they claimed suggested 50 as possible exit, but Mitja Veber, niece's husband, insisted me for two decades same outcome as for his father 50). Zuma is just as guilty as all of you saw nothing, heard nothing, know nothing criminals("participants" as Americans who made it all possible with hijackings/abductions from Miami in 1995 referred to killing as). Guilty just as much as United Nastions which incited in crime for the benefit of humanity next to European Court for Human as agency leaders claimed for over two and half decades - with their FREE main stream media, they/YOU ALL(forced unemployment, psychiatry) prevailed/won one more time and have proven that unity matters/counts - proven that united you can. Congratulations. 

It was not South African ANC or Russian KGB that hijacked me from bed in Miami - good old CIA boys using Hollywood killer clowns, boxing NFL NBA entertainers same as were used for visits to Kim Jong Un or other, otherwise, unapproachable that CIA used to also bring me to South Africa for equality purposes or to raise global awareness about white genocide - too bad I don't consider myself as white no more...but now you know the game. 

Milan Kučan to whom Russian KGB selected blacks from African continent for life in Slovenia got precious helpers from abroad for whole crime to look more legitimate(international) - urgent and blameful(compelling) on whole Slovenian nation which at no wonder buried heads inside of the sand rather than to prevent crime and voice their right to existence. Dmitrij Rupl and Lojze Peterle on the other hand walked along beatings and interviewed local population on trail from Novo mesto to Sevnica on how they feel about I suppose me - not also black African participants(in Slovenia since 1998) which would disburse occasionally anger on me and death threats and beatings I received ongoingly from UDBA...ZUMA IF ANYTHING IS MUCH MUCH LESS GUILTY THAN 99% OF YOU IN NEED OF CHRIST AND EVIL AT THE SAME TIME - THIRSTY OF BLOOD

South African inquiry points to systemic corruption during Zuma era

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A South African corruption inquiry pointed to systemic graft during former President Jacob Zuma's tenure in the first part of its report published on Tuesday, after more than three years of investigations involving more than 300 witnesses.

The inquiry chaired by senior judge Raymond Zondo was established in 2018 to examine allegations of high-level graft during Zuma's nine years in power from 2009, after scandals and sleaze had overshadowed South Africa's politics for years.

Zuma denies wrongdoing and has refused to cooperate with the inquiry, leading to his imprisonment in July for contempt of court. He was placed on medical parole in September before being ordered back to jail by the high court - a decision he is appealing.

The allegations levelled against Zuma include that he allowed businessmen close to him - brothers Atul, Ajay and Rajesh Gupta - to plunder state resources and influence policy, in what is widely referred to in South Africa as "state capture".

The Guptas, who also deny wrongdoing, left South Africa after Zuma was ousted before the end of his second term by now-President Cyril Ramaphosa's allies on the executive of the governing African National Congress party to which they both belong.

The first instalment of the Zondo commission's report focused on alleged corruption involving state airline South African Airways (SAA) and related entities, a media company controlled by the Guptas and the revenue service.

On SAA, it said the airline declined into "an entity racked by corruption and fraud" while Zuma was in power. Two former finance ministers told the inquiry that the SAA chairwoman at the time was retained because of the personal preferences of Zuma.

"This is the antithesis of accountability. President Zuma fled the Commission because he knew there were questions that would be put to him which he would not have been able to answer," the report said. Spokespeople for Zuma and SAA did not immediately answer phone calls seeking comment.


The inquiry found the Guptas employed "a calculated strategy ... to appropriate public funds from state-owned enterprises" and said the influence that they exerted over Zuma was "considerable".

It said the revenue service, SARS, was "systemically and deliberately weakened, chiefly through the restructuring of its institutional capacity, strategic appointments and dismissals of key individuals, and a pervasive culture of fear and bullying". It cited Zuma and a former SARS commissioner as playing critical roles in dismantling it. SARS did not immediately respond to an e-mailed request for comment.

Addressing public procurement broadly, the inquiry said there were patterns of abuse at every stage and that governance had collapsed at state companies.

It recommended the government publish a national charter against corruption in public procurement, establish an independent anti-corruption agency, ensure protection for whistleblowers and that legislation on political party funding be amended.

Two further parts of the report will be submitted to Ramaphosa by the end of February.

At a ceremony at the Union Buildings, the seat of government, Ramaphosa promised a plan to implement the inquiry's recommendations by the end of June after Zondo handed him the first part of the report.

Ramaphosa has made tackling corruption a priority since taking over from Zuma, although some opposition politicians have criticised him for doing too little to stop the rot when he was Zuma's deputy between May 2014 and February 2018.

Zondo declined to comment on the report's contents at Tuesday's ceremony.

(Reporting by Alexander Winning; Editing by Alison Williams and Alex Richardson)

No comments:

Post a Comment