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Zuma’s friends lead MK party GNU negotiations

Friends of Jacob Zuma from State Capture days have returned to lead Government of National Unity (GNU) negotiations for the MK party with the ANC.

Disgraced former SA Revenue Services boss Tom Moyane was part of the first listening session along with former police minister Nathi Nhleko and MK party secretary general Sihle Ngubane.

During Moyane’s tenure at SARS, the revenue service lost over 2,000 skilled employees and the Zondo Commission found that Moyane and Zuma worked together to weaken the SARS.

“What occurred at SARS was inevitable the moment Mr Moyane set foot there. He dismantled the elements of governance one by one.”

Disgraced Nhleko was recently exposed by ANC secretary- general Fikile Mbalula for deliberately lying to the nation by saying a pool at Zuma’s R246-million Nkandla homestead was a “firepool”.

He justified spending R4-million of taxpayers’ money to build Zuma’s pool saying it “is first to be used for fire fighting, second, recreation in the homestead”.

Zuma himself, his daughter Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla and other well known MK party leaders were not present at the negotiations.

As a result no decisions were reached between the two parties.

Negotiations with the MK party are also complicated by its position that ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa must resign. The party campaigned on a plan to use a two-thirds majority by black parties to amend the Constitution.

The MK party and the EFF want a law to expropriate land without compensation. Amakhosi are celebrating Zuma for his promise to return the land to the control of traditional leaders.

At the weekend Zuma told Inkosi of AmaQadi in Inanda, Durban that the plan to remove Ramaphosa was in full swing.

“In Parliament, they choose a person and say he is the president, he must run the country. Not Inkosi who knows how to rule and care about people, but an ordinary person who doesn’t care about the people, just like the president we have now that we are trying to remove,” said Zuma.

Meanwhile the MK party in KwaZulu-Natal appears destined to form a government with the EFF and the National Freedom Party, a breakaway party from the IFP.

Pictured Above: Jacob Zuma’s close allies Tom Moyane and Nathi Nhleko.

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