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Friday, September 12, 2008

Castro gets Ubuntu award

11/09/2008 17:43 - (SA)

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Johannesburg - The third recipient of the Ubuntu Award is former president of Cuba Fidel Castro, the National Heritage Council of South Africa (NHCSA) announced on Thursday."Unfortunately, Castro will not be able to receive the award in person because of his health condition, but Cuba will send an official to receive it on his behalf," said the NHCSA's Faith Moremong.Castro, 72, was the president of Cuba and commander of the armed forces of the Cuban revolution until he retired in February this year.The NHCSA is honouring him for his role in the Cuban revolution and his worldwide contribution to the struggle for an alternative, just and humane society.The Ubuntu Award recognises people who have consistently lived the humanitarian values of the African philosophy of Ubuntu.The first and second awards were received by former South African President Nelson Mandela and former Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda respectively.Castro's award will be made at a ceremony at the Mapungubwe National Park, north of Limpopo, on September 24, 2008.
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The next recipient to receive this award will be Bob Mugabe the despot.
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Ngcuka blamed for Zuma situation
11/09/2008 20:15 - (SA) Want to know more?Answerit can help.'Enough is enough'ANC plans own Zuma court bidSA waits for Zuma rulingANCYL planning huge JZ bashReject Zuma deal, urges ZilleANCYL will 'eliminate' Zuma foesCape Town - ANC president Jacob Zuma is in the position he is today because of the "special treatment" he received from former national director of public prosecutions Bulelani Ngcuka, Western Cape academic Pierre de Vos said on Thursday.Those who suggested Zuma's rights were being breached forgot this, the University of the Western Cape constitutional law and human rights law professor told the Cape Town Press Club."There was a clear case against Mr Zuma. That is why his co-conspirator Mr [Schabir] Shaik was actually charged and convicted," De Vos said."Mr Zuma, however, was not charged and convicted. This was a special favour for Mr Zuma, not an infringement of his rights."At that point; whether now, eight years later, there has been an infringement... the court must decide on that."But, people forget the reason why we are in this mess at the moment is because Mr Ngcuka, probably with the acquiescence, although I have no evidence for this, of the minister of justice, made the decision to have this harmonic solution of not charging Mr Zuma in the hope that he would go away. Instead of going away, he grew bigger."So Mr Zuma is the creation of 11/09/2008 20:15 - (SA) Want to know more?Answerit can help.

;'Enough is enough'ANC plans own Zuma court bidSA waits for Zuma rulingANCYL planning huge JZ bashReject Zuma deal, urges ZilleANCYL will 'eliminate' Zuma foesDisplayDCAd('220x120','1','');Cape Town - ANC president Jacob Zuma is in the position he is today because of the "special treatment" he received from former national director of public prosecutions Bulelani Ngcuka, Western Cape academic Pierre de Vos said on Thursday.Those who suggested Zuma's rights were being breached forgot this, the University of the Western Cape constitutional law and human rights law professor told the Cape Town Press Club."There was a clear case against Mr Zuma. That is why his co-conspirator Mr [Schabir] Shaik was actually charged and convicted," De Vos said."Mr Zuma, however, was not charged and convicted. This was a special favour for Mr Zuma, not an infringement of his rights."At that point; whether now, eight years later, there has been an infringement... the court must decide on that."But, people forget the reason why we are in this mess at the moment is because Mr Ngcuka, probably with the acquiescence, although I have no evidence for this, of the minister of justice, made the decision to have this harmonic solution of not charging Mr Zuma in the hope that he would go away. Instead of going away, he grew bigger."So Mr Zuma is the creation of Bulelani Ngcuka and of the President of South Africa himself [Thabo Mbeki]."Without that kind of cynical behaviour on their behalf... we wouldn't have been in the position we are in today," De Vos said.ANC national working committeeThe present crisis and attacks on the judiciary could be traced back to the ANC national working committee's (NWC) decision that Zuma would be the country's next president.The courts were in an invidious position because the majority party had decided on one course of action.The reason the ANC Youth League and others were making radical statements in support of Zuma was not because of a particular liking for him."The reason can be traced back to the ANC NWC decision that Zuma will be the ANC's presidential candidate."And I think, the undermining of the independence of the judiciary started there," he said.The NWC effectively said that no matter what the court decided, "our man will become the president".Trying 'to intimidate judges'"In other words, by that decision, they are trying to intimidate the judges into making certain decisions."It was necessary for the ANC to discipline its members who were not showing respect for the independence of the judiciary.That should be done, not just through "nice" speeches, but through concrete action."If there's no action taken internally against members of the ANC who flagrantly disrespect the independence of the judiciary, and try to intimidate judges, then the ANC should be held to account, not those individual members."And I think more should be said about the ANC leadership as a collective, and why they are so silent about these matters, and whether the silence doesn't have something to do with their careers and their pay cheques," De Vos said.Comments by SonnyThabo Mbeki was responsible for allowing the political assassination of Chris Hani, Bulelani Ngcuka, Vusi Pikoli, Scorpions and possibly Jacob Zuma.If he was a proper role player, he would not have allowed all the grief to happen without' righting all the wrongs!'He should apologise to those concerned for then way he treated his own 'comrades' while in office.
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ANC confident of Zuma ruling

ANC confident of Zuma ruling
12/09/2008 08:55 - (SA)
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Hundreds toyi-toyi ahead of Zuma rulingZuma vigil off to slow, wet startNgcuka blamed for Zuma situationANC plans own Zuma court bidSA waits for Zuma rulingTwo arrested at Zuma protestPietermaritzburg - The African National Congress (ANC) expressed confidence on Friday that the Pietermaritzburg High Court would rule that the decision to prosecute its president Jacob Zuma was unlawful."It's been eight years now and a child has already been born and gone to school. This is not a game we are playing. It's about a man's life," said ANC spokesperson Jessie Duarte."We would like to move on now. We are not going to ask Mr Zuma to withdraw his candidacy for the election... because he didn't take the decision on his own... the decision was taken at Polokwane by the ANC," she told reporters in Pietermaritzburg.She reiterated that, in the ANC's eyes, Zuma was innocent and that the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) did not act legally. "Our hopes are high that the charges would be thrown out."Meanwhile, thousands of supporters were singing and toyi-toying outside the court where Judge Chris Nicholson will deliver his judgment on an application to declare unlawful the decision to prosecute Zuma on corruption and other charges.The police said they had prepared for a crowd of 15 000.Superintendent Henry Budhram said there had been no incidents of violence during the Thursday night vigil.Close watchEarlier this week, a march by Zuma supporters turned violent in Durban and two people were arrested on charges of public violence."We have policemen from all over the province, particularly those stationed in Pietermaritzburg here to ensure a peaceful protest. So far, we didn't see any protesters carrying sticks or any other weapons," said Budhram.ANC leaders started arriving outside the court alongside supporters, some carrying umbrellas to protect themselves against a light drizzle.Television camera crews, photographers and journalists were setting up shop, watching a group of Zuma supporters toyi-toying and singing.Heavily-armed police were keeping a close watch and roads around the court had been closed.Traders throughout the square were seen with their skottles braaing and selling boerewors, saying they needed an early start to make money.The ANC Youth League earlier this week said they had planned a "huge party" because they were convinced that corruption and other charges against Zuma would be dropped.Zuma faces a charge each of racketeering and money laundering, two charges of corruption and 12 charges of fraud related to the multi-billion rand government arms deal.He was charged in 2005, but that case was struck from the roll in 2006. He was re-charged in December 2007.A charge of racketeering and two counts of corruption are also faced by two Thint companies - Thint Holding (Southern Africa) Pty Ltd and Thint (Pty) Ltd - the South African subsidiaries of the French arms manufacturer Thales International (formerly Thomson-CFS).Are you in Pietermaritzburg? Send your photos from the scene to photos@news24.com.
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The only thing unlawful here, was Jesse Daute's drivers license.
Jacob Zuma and his croneys must all walk the plank!
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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Zuma vigil off to slow, wet start

September 11 2008 at 08:31PM
by Giordano Stolley and Miranda Andrew
The planned night vigil for African National Congress (ANC) president Jacob Zuma got off to a slow and wet start with fewer than 500 supporters braving the cold in Pietermaritzburg's Freedom Square on Thursday night.As a small but ardent group of supporters danced to the music of a rhythmic Zuma-supporting band in Freedom Square, opposite the High Court by 7pm, media crews were frantically setting up their equipment ahead of Judge Chris Nicholson's ruling.On Friday morning Nicholson will deliver his ruling on Zuma's application to have the decision by the Scorpions to charge him declared unlawful.'Our spirit is not dampened by the rain'Police could be seen at different corners, some sitting in vans, as the high-spirited supporters, some carrying umbrellas, sang and danced."Our spirit is not dampened by the rain," said Jane Masinga cheerfully as she danced."We live and die for Jacob Zuma."Other supporters could be seen holding a cup of coffee in one hand and raising the other as they chanted.Dozens more, clad in brightly-coloured Zuma T-shirts, had started fires in tents they had erected to keep warm.'I'm selling mutton curry for R25 which is a big discount'As night approached, some people were seen participating in a dancing competition. Vendors with boxes of T-shirts, caps and other clothing covered their boxes and joined in the song and dance.Elizabeth Buthelezi, a hawker selling chips, curries and hotdogs, said she was Jacob Zuma's "greatest supporter".She said she decided to sell food to Zuma supporters because she expected hundreds to be there."I'm selling mutton curry for R25 which is a big discount. It usually goes for more than R30. The only reason why it was discounted is because these are my brother and sisters," she said.She said she would stay in the square the whole night despite the rain. Another trader, Doreen Shozi, selling fruits and coffee said she could not miss Zuma's appearance."We are here for Msholozi because we care deeply for him. Whether in rain or shine, nothing can stop us from being here."Police spokesperson Superintendent Henry Budhram said that no incidents had been reported during the early evening.Police and municipal officials were expected later in the night to erect crowd control barriers and cordon off a number of roads in the area.Zuma faces a charge of each racketeering and money laundering, two charges of corruption and 12 charges of fraud related to the multi-billion rand government arms deal.Zuma was charged in 2005, but that case was struck from the roll in 2006. He was re-charged in December 2007.A charge of racketeering and two counts of corruption are also faced by two Thint companies - Thint Holding (Southern Africa) Pty Ltd and Thint (Pty) Ltd - the South African subsidiaries of the French arms manufacturer Thales International (formerly Thomson-CFS).
Sapa
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Let Justice be seen to be served today!
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Walking through the doors
ZWELINZIMA VAVI - Sep 11 2008 06:00In the first of a two-part series, Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi, drawing on the expertise of a panel of economists convened by Cosatu, argues that capital must be disciplined We want to walk through the doors and use the new environment created by the Polokwane conference to begin to debate about economic and other policy options.By drawing together a panel of leading progressive economists as part of our “Walking through the doors project”, we want to position the labour movement to use the emerging space. We gave our panel the task of answering this question: is the economy moving in the right direction, and if not what are the key problems which need to be addressed? The economists questioned the mantra that government’s economic policies have been a “success story”, achieving “macro-economic stability” which paved the way for a period of sustained economic growth, and that this is beginning to reverse the tide of our inherited legacy. A deeper analysis shows, in fact, the opposite: that macro-economic and other policies are deepening the structural problems of the economy, entrenching inequality, and making the economy ever more vulnerable and dependent particularly on financial markets. Even with current policy shifts, overall economic policies continue to be inappropriate, are based on fundamental misunderstandings of the real economy, and ignore lessons of international comparative development in the last decade.The recent “consumer-led boom” is not addressing, but rather exacerbating, the negative features of our economy. The major difference now, is that the relatively small black middle class, weighed down by debt, is being incorporated into the apartheid enclave of luxury consumption by a minority. The majority suffer the ravages of unemployment and poverty wages. The “boom” has created an economic bubble, financed by unsustainable debt, which threatens to implode and leave us even worse off than before. As the productive sector of the economy has been undermined and the “resource dividend” squandered, we are now more vulnerable to economic shocks, inequality is being worsened, and the majority have been made more dependent on social grants.CONTINUES BELOWord=Math.random()*10000000000000000;document.write('');These patterns are not despite relatively high growth, but a direct product of the type of growth we are pursuing.The panel has identified the following challenges of current economic policy.The growing financialisation (domination by the financial sector) and lack of productive investment in the domestic economy, combined with the growing outward internationalisation of South African firms. This is exacerbated by the character of our financial sector -- banks tend not to finance long-term investments, unlike the East Asian model. Government policy has not intervened to influence the allocation of capital and financial markets have subverted our development goals.We are witnessing a problematic change in the structure of production and investment. This has seen the decline of the manufacturing sector and productive investment. Instead, we focus on sectors such as tourism, services, real estate and the financial sector. As labour we are concerned with the associated growth of atypical, unprotected and badly-paid work. Free-market policies have encouraged inappropriate investments like state incentivised minerals processing, and smelters; “easy rent” service sectors like mobile phones, bubble-induced property development, speculative financial services and private security services.The cycle of speculation, consumption and unproductive investment is promoted by conservative monetary policy and high real interest rates, which continues to dominate other areas of policy. Crude free-market policies are unable to deal with the contradictory goals of policy which are to curb rampant conspicuous consumption while, at the same time, promoting productive investment. Liberalisation of exchange controls has subjected South Africa to destabilising inflows and outflows of capital, which affect our domestic asset base.This unsustainable debt-driven consumption was financed by short-term capital inflows (themselves dependent on high interest rates). These resources have been squandered in largely unproductive investment in the economy. In 2006 investment in the top 10 sectors was in non-manufacturing sectors. An alleged growth-driven boom has left the SA economy possibly poorer, with large outflows of capital in dividend payments to foreigners.The current-account deficit is a function of the lack of diversification of the economy. We are over reliant on imports for capital and intermediate goods, as well as consumer goods. We have failed to capture our “resource rents” from production and export of our raw materials. At the same time, our exchange rate (the relative value of the rand) is artificially high on the back of cheap energy and resources, despite our high trade deficit. Inflation targeting entrenches this pattern, and boosts high interest rates, because depreciation in the exchange rate would raise inflation.Large firms in South Africa are using their power, and the space given to them by government policy, to entrench their monopoly positions. This continued monopolisation and concentration in some areas of the South African economy raises the challenge of disciplining capital. This needs to include subordination of finance capital to developmental goals, the control of capital flows, consideration of various instruments which can be used to discipline firms and state ownership in strategic areas.Conservative economic policies have mainly benefited a certain section of capital. Less powerful fractions of domestic capital, particularly smaller domestic producers, share some of Cosatu’s unhappiness about elements of these policies.The BEE strategy is reinforcing the current growth path and buying into the existing business model. BEE has not been realigned to the emerging industrial policy.• While apartheid agrarian policies tended to favour farmers, power has shifted in the last decade to agro-processing, with the abandonment of regulation through marketing boards, and the consequent domination and abuse by cartels in this sector.Trade patterns under liberalisation have retarded structural change, and subjected industry to unfair competition from abroad. Opening up to the “chill winds of competition” has reduced our economic policy autonomy. We have abandoned the use of trade policy as a way of altering relative prices in our favour, by failing to strategically use import tariffs and export duties. There is no coherent regional development strategy. This is necessary to deal with regional imbalances, and to unlock a regional industrial strategy which could make South Africa a hub for intermediate products, capital equipment and consumer durables, as opposed to the current one-sided export strategy.The emerging industrial strategy is being contradicted by fiscal and monetary policy. The prospects of developing a coherent strategy for growing productive activity and employment in the manufacturing sector, and broad-based industrialisation, is now being undermined by resistance from treasury to resourcing the new industrial strategy, and a lack of alignment of other areas of policy with this strategy.Government, our social services, and the economy are suffering from the legacy of destruction, or undermining, of state capacity, including the shortage of key delivery personnel. Despite all the hype about massive infrastructure investment, levels of public investment are now well below those in the Seventies as a proportion of GDP.Treasury and the power of capital in the state remain dominant. Fiscal policy is used to ensure low deficits or a surplus, instead of stabilisation of the real economy and employment creation.M & GComments by SonnySo who will really control 'Das Capital!"Das people or das Elitists?Who will be walking through das doors together?
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Afrikanerbond appeals Pahad 'hate speech' decision

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA Sep 11 2008 16:17The Afrikanerbond has appealed a decision by the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) on what it considers hate speech by Minister in the Presidency Essop Pahad. Afrikanerbond managing director Jan Bosman said on Thursday the organisation had originally lodged a formal complaint of hate speech against Pahad with the SAHRC near the end of August.The complaint followed media reports that Pahad told a press conference in Beijing that "white South Africans would like to see the 2010 Soccer World Cup flop".Bosman said although the statement was limited to some white people, it was "a form of irresponsible incitement and hate-speech" and Pahad should "know better".At the beginning of September the SAHRC wrote a letter to the Afrikanerbond explaining it had decided the complaint was out of its jurisdiction because Pahad made the comment in Beijing."The cause of action arose in Beijing and the South African Human Rights Commission has no jurisdiction in matters arising outside the republic," read the SAHRC letter.Bosman said the Afrikanerbond felt such a narrow interpretation would set an extremely dangerous precedent."Our conclusion, based on this decision, is that every South African can therefore undermine every principle of the Bill of Rights, just outside the borders of South Africa."Bosman said while the comment was made in Beijing, the consequences of his remarks were felt in SA and therefore should be considered within the commission's jurisdiction. He said the Afrikanerbond had already appealed the SAHRC's decision.
Commission spokesperson Vincent Moaga confirmed that an appeal from the Afrikanerbond had been received."We will look into it," he said.Pahad's spokesperson Samson Phakwago said Pahad was currently on his way back from Beijing and would only be able to comment on Friday, he said. - Sapa
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This was a South African issue, involving 'Whites" in SA.
Has the SAHRC become a toothless puppy?
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Relativity - ANCYL style

"I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today."Groucho Marx
Subject: Breaking News!!ANC Youth League to develop own Big Bang particle collider (fromwww.hayibo.com)PRETORIA.
Inspired by the historic firing of the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland, the ANC Youth League says it intends building a similar deviceto explore, at a subatomic level, the bias of the media and the judiciaryagainst Jacob Zuma. According to a spokesman, this would be done bycolliding newspaper editors and judges at close to the speed of light "tosee what happens".The ambitious project was announced this morning by ANCYL science andtechnology spokesman Einstein Shabangu, who is currently completing acorrespondence course in wheel-alignment at the Tony Yengeni TechnicalUniversity of the North West.According to Shabangu the proposed collider would work according to thesame principles as the Large Hadron Collider in Europe, which acceleratesparticles to close to the speed of light in a vast underground tunnel."The science is beautifully simple," he said."We take two counterrevolutionary particles such as a racist judge and amegalomaniac newspaper editor, we strap them to gurneys, and thenaccelerate the gurneys to around 600 kilometers per hour, which is close tothe speed of light."He said a "vast array of scientific instruments, mostly Dictaphones andcamera-phones", would monitor the particles for any useful information,such as screamed confessions of racism or evidence of witchcraft.According to Shabangu a large number of factors would determine when theclimactic collision needed to take place, including the number ofspectators, the bias or racism of the particles being collided, and thequality of the free finger snacks being served in the VIP lounge next door.However, he said, the signal would come directly from Luthuli House."We imagine something dignified and stately, like Comrade Zuma dropping asilk handkerchief or slowly turning his thumbs down."He denied that the collider would become a white elephant once all thecountry's judges and editors had been hosed off the walls of the machine."Science is a never-ending struggle," he said. "If we finish withcounterrevolutionary particles we might start a new experiment, perhapswith dissident particles within the party, or ethnic particles."That's the wonderful thing about physics."It's just like the socialist revolution. It goes on forever, with anunlimited budget, and you never have to justify whether you're making anyprogress or not."
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