We looked inside some of the tweets by @KunjaloD and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
And it HAD to be amaZulu 😂😂😂🤦🏾♀️🤦🏾♀️🤦🏾♀️🤦🏾♀️ https://twitter.com/kunjalod/status/1151396977894207488 …
Am as quiet as a mouse
So chief Demza you are aligned to the minority judgment? Which still by the way found her wanting equally to the majority verdict, but just had a dissenting view on the costs award only.
Indeed, Mafu. I think the con court in this case sided with Goliath.
“This highlights need to guard against making personal costs against State functionaries acting in official capacities fashionable, which is likely to have a chilling effect on their willingness to confront alleged wrongdoing especially by the rich, powerful or well-connected.”CJ
@KunjaloD If things were normal in that office I would agree with you. Sadly the Court labelled her dishonest , misrepresented info and lied. The President was courteous in his statement and this public Protector I can assure you now she not respecting her office and her duty https://twitter.com/KunjaloD/status/1152965282106892288 …
But my Chief. That was on a different matter.
@KunjaloD do you still think that the President is not acting like a Statesman, by seeking to have her report reviewed? https://twitter.com/newzroom405/status/1153226876346912775 …
Radebe. Right now I don’t like your memory 😜😜😜. Yes. I still think there’s a more prudent way of managing this from the highest office
I recall your article on Nklandla few years ago and you were making the same point regarding Jacob Zuma who seemed to hv found comfort among his praise singers. That was un-statesmanlike. Bad move then.
See my Chief, this is why I still believe in class analysis as a tool to understand South Africa’s politics