Monday, December 29, 2014

ACDP WELCOMES NKANDLA SUSPENSION

No Fear No Favour No Corruption.......



The 58-year-old official signed a deal last week informing the dept of his intention to plead guilty.










President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead. Picture: City Press.






CAPE TOWN – The African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) has welcomed the admission of guilt from a senior Public Works Department employee over irregularities involving upgrades at President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home.

The department's Director of Projects, Itumeleng Molosi, was suspended for two months without pay for irregularly appointing contractors and flouting procurement procedures.

Molosi was further instructed to undergo retraining on the Public Finance Management Act.

ACDP leader Kenneth Meshoe says the party welcomes Molosi’s admissions.

“He needs to be punished because when a person is guilty of contravening the rules and procedures, there has to be sanctions imposed.”
Molosi reportedly blamed himself and several other officials, saying they felt pressured into cutting corners, as the project involved Zuma’s home. 
The 58-year-old senior official signed the deal last week after informing the department of his intention to plead guilty.
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela in March released her Nkandla report and found that Zuma and his family unduly benefited from the R246 million upgrades to his private KwaZulu-Natal home.
But in November, the Nkandla ad-hoc committee officially absolved the president of any wrongdoing in relation to the massive overspending.
(Edited by Tamsin Wort)

EWN

CAPE TOWN - A senior Public Works Department employee has been suspended for two months without pay for his involvement in the upgrades to President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla homestead.
The Department’s Director of Projects, Itumeleng Molosi, pleaded guilty to irregularly appointing contractors and flouting procurement procedures.
The City Press reported earlier today that Molosi is the first official to accept blame for the more than R200 million project.
The 58-year-old senior official signed the plea deal last week after informing the department he intended to plead guilty.
He reportedly blamed himself and other officials, saying they felt pressured in to taking short cuts as the project involved the president’s home.
The report says Molosi has also been instructed to undergo retraining on the Public Finance Management Act.
In March, Public Protector Thuli Madonsela released her Nkandla report and found that Zuma and his family unduly benefited from the upgrades at his KwaZulu-Natal home.
But in November the Nkandla ad-hoc committee officially absolved the president of any wrongdoing in relation to the massive overspending.
Public Works officials accused of wrongdoing are facing disciplinary hearings for their alleged role in the scandal.

EWN

COMMENTS BY SONNY



No wonder the NPA loses all their High Profile cases.
They use a plea Bargain with all the pawns and the Kingpin normally walks Scott free!!
There are numerous cases on record to prove this point.
THOSE WHO GET CONVICTED GET A MEDICAL DISCHARGE FROM PRISON AT THE PRESIDENTS BEHEST!!
Where is Justice in South Africa?
CORRUPTION RULES FROM THE TOP!!
CORRUPTION GETS DUPLICATED!!





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  1. WILL ZUMA LIVE LONG ENOUGH TO ENJOY THESE FORBIDDEN FRUITS....?
    TIME WILL TELL!!

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