SA is not a democracy at all. Who gave the orders to arson and terrorism. ActionSA has announced on 14 July 2021 that the president of the country, Ramaphosa, various ministers, Cele and also the rest of the Executive have a positive legal obligation to uphold and maintain law and order in the whole of South Africa. What was constitutional about the rewolution in KZN and Gauteng? AND where are all the corruption money and investigations since 1994? Commissions do nothing and why are there still discrimination (B-BBEE – EE) against all the white minority in South Africa?
It is their constitutional duty to ensure that they take proactive and reasonable steps to protect and preserve the rule of law – in so doing, they ensure the protection of our constitutional order and the rights of every South African.
A failure or omission to faithfully perform this legal duty must carry consequences as real as those experienced by South Africans, who have lost their lives and livelihoods because of the Executive’s incompetence and inaction.
That is why ActionSA calls on all South Africans who have been negatively affected by the recent violence and looting to join our ground-breaking lawsuit against the ineffectual and incompetent Ramaphosa and his government. South Africans can share their experiences and join our legal action by going to: https://www.actionsa.org.za/your-story. We will then engage those cases which provide the greatest chances of success against Ramaphosa and the executive on behalf of South Africans.
The legal action we are embarking on will be the first of its kind in democratic South Africa and will seek to finally hold the ruling government to account for its poor governance. We believe that there is more than sufficient jurisprudence that merits this a strong test case, and assists us in holding the government to account for its willful failure to ensure proper law enforcement and the protection of lives, livelihoods and property.
While large sections of KZN and Gauteng witnessed the destruction of private and public property, the end of businesses and livelihoods, the breakdown of law and order, and the sad loss of life, Ramaphosa and his executive remained deadly silent, and inactive, till the latest moment possible. As South Africans, our pleas for assistance were met with silence until the situation was out of control.
Ultimately, the present circumstances will have far-reaching implications for South Africans across every walk of life. Already, there are incidents of food shortages in different residential areas as shopping centres have been ransacked by looters; jobs are under threat as businesses are forced into closure or have been burned down; more lives are increasingly at risk as the safety of health workers is put under threat. Indeed, the threat to the health and wellbeing of South Africans is especially concerning in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The current lawlessness will only serve to further delay an already compromised vaccination programme.
Mashaba also said that the country now finds itself in this state because government failed to act swiftly, “wilfully failing” to coordinate law enforcement at an early stage. The party founder has invited South Africans who have been impacted by the looting and civil unrest to join the lawsuit against “the ineffectual and incompetent Ramaphosa and his government.”
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Action SA is filing a lawsuit against cabinet and the ANC. ActionSA says the president, Police Minister Bheki Cele and the rest of the Executive have a legal obligation to uphold and maintain law and order. Action SA leader, Herman Mashaba spoke with eNCA’s Thulasizwe Simelane.
Masterminds behind last week’s riots could face serious charges for threatening democracy – such as terrorism, sedition and treason.
GIVE IT BACK TO THE OWNERS OF MALLS – LET THEM THEY DECIDED
Members of the South African Police Service and National Defence Force were deployed to Sebokeng, Emfuleni on Thursday to recover items looted during the recent unrest in parts of the country. So far clothing, alcohol, audio systems as well as hardware materials have been seized.
Police are conducting home searches in the Vaal, south of Gauteng, for stolen goods that were looted in last week’s unrest that saw various shopping malls and businesses looted in parts of Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.
REVOLUTION IS ONGOING SINCE 1994 –
THE SAME MINISTER WAS IN THE WESTERN CAPE WHEN MORE THAN 8000 IMMIGRANTS FROM LESOTHO ALSO DAMAGED THE WHOLE OF WESTERN CAPE AND ALSO OTHER PARTS OF THE COUNTRY
Security cluster ministers must be called to account before Parliament, about their response to the attempted insurrection. That’s the word from the Police Portfolio Committee chair. eNCA’s Manqoba Mchunu has the details.
Inderwaarheid bestaan daar min vervolging vir kriminele, misdadigers en terroriste wat burgers en besighede aanval, aanrand en selfs vermoor. Hoeveel sake is onopgelos in die land? Waarheen gaan al die biljoene rande wat so gesteel van die staat sowel as staatsentiteite? Dis belastinginkomste. Hoeveel van die wat KZN en Gauteng so bestorm en afgebrand het is onwettiges en immigrante?
The South African army moves in to restore order as president tells nation looting is a ‘smokescreen’ for sabotage and terrorism to cripple the economy, cause social instability and lack of food and medicines in those provinces.
We all know that our country’s most industrialised economy is in Gauteng, the economic hub, and KwaZulu-Natal, for their imporant import and export harbours.
Furthermore, Zuma sr were also “used” as a political smokescreen to deliberately destroy all businesses and infrastructure, included all the roads, even the trucks on the road to Gauteng. Which partners of whom will come in now and “invest” and “build” their own future in those provinces?
Ramaphosa’s government is under heavy fire over what analysts have said were failures to act on warnings of unrest after Zuma was jailed last week. Police often stood by while looters attacked supermarkets and other businesses this week. The president admitted on later that the government had been “poorly prepared.”
The economic damage in Durban, Africa’s biggest shipping port, is estimated at more than R20bn ($1.4bn) with tens of thousands of jobs in danger, according to the city’s chamber of commerce. Arson has wrecked significant infrastructure in the city, including distribution warehouses, chemical works and a drug manufacturer.