YEA- THE 2010 FIASCO IS NEARING IT'S CLOSURE- THE BLACK POPULACE IS "GATVOL" FOR THE ALIENS AND ARE GEARING-UP FOR A GOOD, HARD AND LONG SLUGGING MATCH, DANNY JORDAAN AND HIS ANC RAT PACK WILL SOON HAVE THEIR MILLIONS IN THE BANK- AND THEN IT IS TIME TO "DEPART." NO WONDER THIS LOW-LIFE CRITTERS ARE NOW SO LONG JUMPING THE SHIP BEFORE THEY GET AXED BY THE SAME POPULACE THEY BULLSHITTED FOR SO LONG.
THE END OF THE DASTARDLY ANC COMMUNIST DICTATORIAL REGIME IS CLOSING- LIKE THEIR 2010 SPECTACLE- FAST. MALEMA- THAT VOLCANO-MOUTH WITH AN IDIOT ATTACHED TO IT- IS SO LONG RALLYING THE YOUTHFUL HYENAS AROUND HIM-GEARING HIMSELF FOR THE MONKEY-REPUBLIC'S THRONE- BACKED FROM ZIMPAAPWE WITH CHINESE FUNDING. ONE THING MALEMA ARE MISSING IN HIS PERFECT PLANS FOR THE ANC KOO....THE BOERS ARE WAITING FOR HIM TOO- AND WE OWE HIM AND THE ANC MEGA PIECES...MEGA PIECES!
WE HAVE NOT FORGOTTEN ABOUT THE "KILL THE BOER-KILL THE FARMER" ESCAPADE- 3200 SILENT VOICES ARE CALLING FOR REVENGE. THE BOERS ARE GOING TO REEL YOU IN LIKE FAT SLIMY TOADS....ONE BY ONE WITH THE WHITE SCUM THAT HELPED YOU PROSECUTE WHITE BOERS.
INTERESTING TIMES AHEAD...REAL INTERESTING TIMES.
More quit Presidency; 'no crisis'
Johannesburg - The Presidency has announced three more departures by senior officials in its office, but denied that there was a "crisis".
"There is no exodus of staff, and there is no crisis or turmoil in the institution," the Presidency said on its website on Monday.
"What is happening are normal staff movements as it happens in any organisation at any time," the Presidency said, adding that it was concerned about "speculative reporting" on staff changes.
The comments were contained in a statement entitled, "Staff changes in the Presidency", which confirmed weekend rumours of more departures by senior officials.
Moving to Russia
The statement said President Jacob Zuma's economic adviser Mandisi Mpahlwa and deputy director-general for communications Vusi Mona would move to other jobs.
The Presidency said that Mpahlwa had been appointed ambassador-designate to the Russian Federation.
"Given the importance of Russia, we needed a seasoned cadre to represent the president and the national interest in that country," said the minister in the Presidency responsible for administration, Collins Chabane.
Mpahlwa will assume the post in September.
Mona will move to the Government Communications and Information System.
"The weekend media reports that Mr Mona has been asked to resign are incorrect," said the Presidency.
"Meanwhile, President Zuma and Minister Chabane are currently in discussions with the Director-General, Mr Vusi Mavimbela regarding his role and this has not been finalised yet."
Differences with Duarte
The resignation of chief director for presidential support services Steyn Speed - "who is leaving to undertake further studies" - was also announced in the statement.
Zuma spokesperson Vincent Magwenya resigned last week to "rejoin the corporate world".
Chief operating officer Jessie Duarte resigned in April.
At the time, the then deputy director-general in the Presidency and current chief of staff, Lakela Kaunda, dismissed reports linking her to Jessie Duarte's resignation as "grossly incorrect" and "unfortunate".
"I have never had a quarrel with Ms Jessie Duarte," said Kaunda at the time.
In February, it was reported that Duarte wrote an "emotional email" to ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe, citing a "smear" campaign, "gossip" and "vilification" as reasons for intending to leave.
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