Zuma’s silence leaves state capture’s truth up to inference
/ 30 September 2021

Zuma’s silence leaves state capture’s truth up to inference

The case Zuma refused to answer before Zondo

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/ 3 October 2007

Mbeki was entitled to sack Masetlha

The Constitutional Court ruled on Wednesday that President Thabo Mbeki did have the power to sack former National Intelligence Agency director general Billy Masetlha. The president had the power to terminate his employment under section 209(2) of the Constitution, read with section 3 of the Intelligence Services Act.

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/ 13 September 2007

Court told of ANC ‘counter-revolution’

Former director general of the National Intelligence Agency Billy Masetlha has implicated Intelligence Minister Ronnie Kasrils in a ”counter-revolution” meant to destroy the African National Congress (ANC). ANC secretary general Kgalema Motlanthe had said that certain things happening in the party bordered on ”counter-revolution”, Masetlha testified on Wednesday.