Corruption net closes in on KZN big boys


Corruption net closes in on KZN big boys

How tens of millions of rands were siphoned off under the guise of bringing the North Sea Jazz  Festival to Durban.

The hot winds that signal political climate change may, it seems, finally be blowing through the foothills of Kwa-Zulu-Natal.

But before we tell you the exciting news, a recap from nose154 of August 2012: “As, increasingly over time, shady businessmen and other criminal elements in pursuit of government contracts, favours and protection have corrupted South Africa’s politicians and infiltrated its political structures, so the politicians in power and friends in crime have made common cause in undermining the country’s law-enforcement agencies.

“The word is out: to survive in the police or prosecution services you must be either very brave – or bent.

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Keywords:
North Sea Jazz Festival
Gaston Savoi
Peggy Nkonyeni
Sihle Zikalala
Soft Skills Communication
Zweli Mkhize
Three Amigos
Kzn
Mike Mabuyakhulu
Moipone Noko
NPA
ANC
Jacob Zuma
Cyril Ramaphosa
Bribery
Corruption
political factions
political interference in law enforcement
Ina Cronje
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