Friday, November 7

You know. Its difficult getting good help these days. The old motto, "If you want something done right, do it yourself" still applies.

Zuma lodges complaint against Ngcuka
Jacob Zuma, the deputy president, has lodged a complaint with the Public Protector against Bulelani Ngcuka, the Director of Public Prosecutions. Zuma's complaint claims that Ngcuka's staff abused their power in the manner in which they have investigated him over the last three years.

Meanwhile, the goons are stuck between a rock and a hard place.

Mac and Mo told to produce proof
Former Transport Minister Mac Maharaj and an associate, Mo Shaik - both of whom were senior ANC intelligence operatives under Zuma during the anti-Apartheid struggle - have claimed that Ngcuka was investigated by the ANC for being an apartheid spy.

But the intelligence committee took a swipe at Maharaj and Shaik on Thursday, saying the onus was on the accusers to prove their allegations against Ngcuka.


Why is this reminding me of a "Heman, Master of the Universe" episode? How did the bad guys get away at the end of an episode again?

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