News Bits By Zeeba!
- Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is probed on being fit to hold office.
- Mckinsey speaks out on alleged unlawful payments.
- Police Minister Fikile Mbalula still denies payment.
- Our heart goes out to All the families affected by the storm.
??Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is probed whether she is fit to hold office. In just less than a year in office Parliament???s Justice Committee has agreed to probe the public protector???s capabilities to hold office. Though it is not clear as to what triggered this act but it is definitely happening.
Tuesday was the day set for both Mckinsey and Trillian to pay back the R1.6 billion which Eskom allegedly paid unlawfully. Mckinsey says its work with the power utility has helped to improve Eskom???s operating performance. Mckinsey also says they will put aside the money paid by Eskom until the court rules on the matter.
Current Police Minister, then Minister of Sport Fikile Mbalula still denies R300 000.00 was paid by Sedgars Sports towards his family vacation in December 2016. In an exclusive story by Eye Witness News, EWN reports they have been asking the minister about the trip since July but he refused to clarify the matter citing it???s a private matter. Subsequent to allegations the minister???s office released a statement claiming the family paid for the trip.
The Kwazulu Natal???s Health Department confirmed the thunderstorm has now claimed 7 lives so far. Our hearts and prayers are to all the families affected by this disaster.
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Zeeba & Team.