In honour of this fine comrade, the movement must continue to be rooted in the workers at the shop floor, in the mines, factories and public services.
Shop-floor activism and internal dynamic participation by all the structures is the only guarantee of the movement's survival.
Picture: Werner Beukes/SAPA CAPE TOWN - Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha says the condition of President Jacob Zuma’s former financial advisor Schabir Shaik is still considered to be terminal, more than eight years after he was released on medical parole.
In a written reply to a question from the Democratic Alliance (DA), Masutha says that Shaik’s health was last checked before his release in March 2009.
Awuphendule” which means “What did Zuma do, please tell us?
” True to the original factions before the Nasrec conference, deputy secretary-general Jesse Duarte was seated next to Zuma.
‘THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS’The DA has slammed the fact that Shaik is still deemed to be terminally ill, more than eight years after his release on medical parole.ZN pic.twitter.com/o Ktrfupc TG— EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) April 12, 2018 EWN welcomes all comments that are constructive, contribute to discussions in a meaningful manner and take stories forward.However, we will NOT condone the following: - Racism (including offensive comments based on ethnicity and nationality) - Sexism - Homophobia - Religious intolerance - Cyber bullying - Hate speech - Derogatory language - Comments inciting violence.It appears Mabuza and Zuma would not be able to share the same podium and Duarte was sent instead.It’s understood the tensions have not simmered down since Nasrec, where Mabuza was expected to assist the Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma camp claim victory.The magistrate released him on a warning and instructed him to appear again on 24 July.EWN welcomes all comments that are constructive, contribute to discussions in a meaningful manner and take stories forward.He was later released, on the grounds that he was near death.Masutha says the convicted fraudster is still deemed to be terminally ill.Durban businessman Schabir Shaik arrives at the Durban High Court on Friday 29 July 2005 to hear if his application for leave to appeal against his conviction and sentence will be granted.Judge Hilary Squires, who last month found Shaik guilty of fraud and corruption, will announce his findings today.