Lindiwe Mazibuko & South Africans
Lindiwe Mazibuko (born 9 April 1980) is a South African politician, and the Parliamentary Leader for the opposition Democratic Alliance (DA). The demographics of South Africa encompasses about 50 million people of diverse origins, cultures, languages, and religions. /5
Lindiwe Mazibuko South Africans President Zuma Parliamentary Leader President Jacob Zuma Democratic Alliance Jacob Zuma Kenny Kunene Adam Smith Helen Zille De Klerk Mmusi Maimane Michael Jackson Mamphela Ramphele Archbishop Desmond Tutu Dr Mamphela Ramphele
Palestine Members of the Muslim community as well as other justice seeking South Africans have long grappled with the DA’s largely ambiguous stance relating to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, one of the longest running and widely reported on struggles of our time. The latest DA foreign policy document simply avoids addressing the subject in explicit terms altogether, but the vagueness has not succeeded in preventing many concerned members of the public from pressing the opposition for answers. Fuelling such concerns have been statements of the like of that attributed to Lindiwe Mazibuko, leader of the party in parliament, reportedly made in 2012 at a gathering of the South African Jewish Board of Deputies’ Cape committee. A report on Mazibuko’s appearance, published in the SA Jewish Report, quoted her as saying that analogies associating Israel with Apartheid were unfair to make. The woman sometimes touted to become the DA’s first black leader, also made clear her belief that Palestinians had to ...
Wow.wat a beautiful morning. Im so happy that we as DA obtained our target. Wow,dat s a good job South Africans. Firstly I would to thank the late Mr Nelson Mandela,the Late Helen Suzman,Ms Helen Zille,The new premier of Gauteng Mmuisi Maimane,Lindiwe Mazibuko,Patricia De Lille I would like to thank Mr Mashinini work well done sir. I would like to thank Free State in Qwaqwa.it was nyc working wit u. We achieved the best results ever. *I will like to congratulate myself as the new President of Youth League of DA*
Baleka Mbete protecting Jacob Zuma on Nkandla – Lindiwe Mazibuko 18 April 2014 8:26 ANC national chairperson Baleka Mbete is protecting President Jacob Zuma by using culture to defend corruption behind the security upgrades in Nkandla, DA MP Lindiwe Mazibuko has said. “Her words are nothing more than another failed attempt at excusing the inexcusable and hiding Nkandla behind cultural practices,” Mazibuko said yesterday. She said Mbete was just one of Zuma’s close allies who were tripping over themselves to protect him from accountability. “Earlier today, Ms Mbete was quoted as saying: ‘The issue of a man’s kraal or a kraal of a family is a holy space’ and that ‘in the African tradition you don’t interfere with a man’s kraal’. “This is not only an insensitive misappropriation of our nation’s cultural values, but it is also an affront to the millions of South Africans who are waiting for answers to their questions about the R260 million which was spent on President Zuma’s priv ...
President Zuma’s comments on the Constitution an attack on our democracy Lindiwe Mazibuko MP Parliamentary Leader of the Democratic Alliance During the ANC’s 102nd year anniversary celebration yesterday, President Jacob Zuma launched yet another attack on our Constitution. Speaking to members of the community in Mbombela in Mpumalanga, he pleaded to South Africans to vote for the ANC so that the party can gain a two-thirds majority in order to change the Constitution. He also said that the ANC would be in power “forever and ever”. Given President Zuma’s track record of attacks against our constitutional democracy and his growing disregard for constitutional values, it is worrying that he wants complete control over its amendment. It also raises questions about what President Zuma is so eager to change in the Constitution. The South African Constitution is one of the most progressive documents of its kind. While it is a living document and should from time to time be amended to reflect the needs ...
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE ABOUT YOUR *** CORRUPT PRESIDENT. FAMOUS COMMENTS BY MSHINI JIVER 1. “We’re not forcing people… you can support and be a supporter, but if you go beyond that and become a member, [and] if you’re a businessman, your business will multiply… Everything you touch will multiply. I’ve always said that a wise businessperson will support the ANC… because supporting the ANC means you’re investing very well in your business.” [ANC 101st Anniversary Gala Dinner; Durban; 12 January 2013] The Damage: We start with the most recent example: Zuma’s assurance that those businesses that give financial support to the ANC will themselves prosper. Or, put it another way: the ANC will use its influence in government to make sure businesses that donate to the party will benefit. Or, another way still: that the ANC will act unethically to ensure there is no clear separation between party and state and, rather than serving all South Africans dispassionately, it ...
Democratic Alliance Parliamentary Leader Lindiwe Mazibuko said the report was an insult to all South Africans and a smack in the face of real accountability.
I watching the funeral of Madiba, I'm struggle to see Lindiwe Mazibuko or Helen etc. But they say vote for us but can't even show face at baba Madibas funeral. South Africans don't be misled or follow the emotions. Stick to organizations that's got substances. Thank u General for your attendance. I thank you.
If white South Africans thought they were sold out and betrayed by FW De Klerk they have not seen anything yet with what the Democratic Alliance (DA) under the leadership of Helen Zille has in store for them. Like any other political party around the world the DA is power hungry and tired of playing second after the ANC. The DA is desperately trying to position itself as the new ANC-lite in order to attract the lucrative so called “black African vote.” It is out to get black votes but at what cost to white South Africans? The DA has reached a ceiling with the traditional support base of white liberals. They have learned that in order to attract black Africans they need more than a madam dancing to Brenda Fassies songs; learning to toy-toy and giving away free T-shirts. The DA has learned that they need tangible redress policies and practical programmes that mirror those of the ANC. Last month the opposition party voted in favour of the Employment Equity Bill, the draft law that aims to regulate demogr ...
Today a Lindiwe Mazibuko, a Mmusi Maimane, a Dr Mamphela Ramphele, Sizwe Mchunu, et al, are the "right" leaders for black South Africans.
Bongane Kenny is doing what countless other South Africans are doing: to challenge the moral and legal authority of the leadership believing that they themselves are moral lighthouses with exclusive claim & right to pronounce on the Idea of South Africa. Therefore, there is no qualitative difference (if at all anything new) between Kenny Kunene, Lindiwe Mazibuko, Peter Mulder (and his mad claims about land ownership), Malema, Buthelezi (who denies IFP attrocities), De Klerk (who continue to show his true racist colours) and countless others who will never accept a leadership that doesn't serve their immediate interests or that doesn't manifest the image of a "polished Englishman". To this we must recall what both Adam Smith and Karl Marx said about the "discovery" and colonisation of SA by the Europeans. They said these events marked the rewriting of world history & the trajectory of capitalism
SA parliamentarians are the mickymouses of Africa, instead of disscussing essential issues affecting South Africans they discuss DA's Lindiwe Mazibuko for dressing inappropriate. VIVA MAMPHELA VIVA!!
I hear that Lindiwe Mazibuko says "President Zuma wishes he was a king..." Much as I hate to disagree with her, I have to. Jacob Zuma does NOT "wish" he was king, he's CONVINCED HE IS KING. What's even worse is so many South Africans believe they are his peasants.
The then Communist Party Of South Africa stand as South African Communist Panties. They've divorced Marxism into fashionism. Rogernomics Manamela was horny yesterday in parliament ending up seducing DA Chief Whip Lindiwe Mazibuko. Manamela's remarks in the national assembly where nothing but sexist and discriminatory. He proved to many South Africans that rogernomics manamela is emulating his leader the honorable president hegemony of undermining women in our society. Social practices and ideologies that result in male supremacy and female oppression. Sexism as a form of social oppression is not a modern phenomenon. Paraphrasing Marx and Engels, l it can be stated that the history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles and sex struggles because the existence of classes presupposes private ownership of the means of production, monogamy, and therefore sexism. The presence of sexism throughout history accounts for the ease with which it has been taken for granted as a universal fe ...
The calling of names and criticism of Lindiwe Mazibuko is clear evidence of the patriarchal misogyny of the ANC losers! Threatened by a young woman with independent ideas! And then the insults hurled to Ramphele - these people should be exposed for what they are!!! They really think South Africans are stupid and that this country is their playing field! Its time!
Zuma’s SONA record: Big ideas, little detail, no action Lindiwe Mazibuko, Parliamentary Leader of the Democratic Alliance 13 February 2013 Note to editors: The following statement was distributed at a press conference held in Parliament today by DA Parliamentary Leader, Lindiwe Mazibuko MP, DA Chief Whip, Watty Watson MP and DA Caucus Chairman, Dr Wilmot James MP. The full document can be downloaded here. The State of the Nation Address is an opportunity for President Zuma to put forward a clear, detailed and implementable plan to tackle the key problems we face: unemployment, violent crime and disparities in the quality of education. As President Zuma delivers his fourth State of the Nation Address in 2013, many South Africans have little confidence in his ability to deliver on what he promises. His presidency has been characterised by inaction, political expediency and scandal from the very beginning. Indeed, last year President Zuma continued the defining trend of his presidency: big ideas, little de ...
"When one woman is raped every 17 seconds in South Africa, we cannot afford to waste a single second longer being politically correct. Too many women have been raped while South Africans tip-toe around what the real issues are. Our history of oppression and conflict, which our resilient province has felt the hardest, has made violence acceptable in too many of our communities. We need to change this. The reconciliation project which former President Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu started for us all in 1994 is not just about healing the divide between white and black South Africans, but also about healing the wounds which our violent past bestowed onto our communities and households. This change will only be brought about by changing men’s hearts and minds. Starting with the top downwards, we must strive to build a society in which all women can safely navigate their own bodies, and live as equals to men. Our constitution promised this. Men who think it is their right to treat women like obje ...
I appeal to South Africans to reach out & assist Lindiwe Mazibuko, she shares the same symptoms Michael Jackson had. Hope she gets well soon
Lindiwe Mazibuko : We are all South Africans under one flag and one Constitution. Give the DA a chance.
South Africans that know more about the american political standing but can't even tell me who Lindiwe Mazibuko is,julle is sleg.
“South Africans can look to the future with hope, because the DA is the future!”- Lindiwe Mazibuko (
The DA's Lindiwe Mazibuko says for fear of retribution, the ANC is falling into line behind Zuma but South Africans are watching
I'd like to debate Lindiwe Mazibuko infront of ordinary South Africans in Nongoma. I doubt she'd accept this invite though.
"As long as there are South Africans who love the constitution, we will fight against the ANC’s corruption" - Lindiwe Mazibuko
In a discussion with a comrade on why Tokyo would make a gud President he raised the following issues: 1. Tokyo has his own money and thus is less likely to be fingered on corruption. 2. Tokyo's marriage to a white woman is likely to assist to unite South Africans both Black and white as they will both feel they are better represented. Here is my response. 1. Yes with so much money in the bank he is less likely to be fingered in corruption, but that would be petty corruption like that of a R500 000 tender, or having a corrupt/shady financial adviser. However we cant expect a Capitalist to stop being one because he is a President. George Bush is our example. A former Oil Magnate first thing he did was to run after Oil Rich countries. So our Prince Cde Gabriel Sexwale is not immune to wanting to use his position to increase his riches and powerbase. Look at the proposed takeover of Avusa by Mvelaphanda, and also that of increasing its stake in ABSA. 2. On the issue of a ...
Good morning good ppl, help me understand the term development and progerssivenes. And tell me the meaning of Investment and Job creation. When is it correct to use the term development, progress, investment and job? Let us take a closer look in the province of EC, there is James town, Smith Town, Queens Town to but the few. Look at KZN, there is Pietermaritzburg, LadySmith, HarriSmith, I bet it is correct to have such towns and there is no crime about it. I am told that before one could travel to be in such towns, the Chief letter of permission was required. I guess it was polically correct. after 1994 I thought we were more progressive and we will support any development that is found by democratic South Africans. But it seems to be an opposit of that. I guess if Lindiwe Mazibuko(DA) can found a township, we will question the means of getting there. If Lethlapa Mphahlele(PAC) can found a Wine Estate, we will question how did he get the money. If Terror Lekota(COPE) can found a Golf estate, we will quest ...
Lindiwe Mazibuko, the national Parliamentary Leader of DA says the ANC is dithering because of lack of leadership. This is brutal honesty from South Africans who see things soberly. Should we afford a status quo? Someone must go or be forced out in Mangaung!
David Mukhari wrote: Lindiwe Mazibuko does NOT connect with the majority of the black South Africans the DA had intended her to.The mandate she was offered by the DA *** She is intelligent, articulate, attentive, beautiful,focused and she is just passion - driven,basically, everything i am not. However, the deal with the DA, to have a black person undermine the revolutionary history of the Black heroes, in a wa...
does South Africans deserves such leaders like this lindiwe mazibuko, we're in a serious crises as a country if this is our product!
Things that are happening today: 1. The Olympic flame is handed over by Greek Hellenic Olympic Committee officials to the British on Thursday to get it across the continent in time for the Olympics. If the Greeks are wise they’ll charge forit. 2. It’s International Day Against Homophobia 3. Helen Zille will launch her party’s plan to unite all South Africans behind the Youth WageSubsidy at Parliament 13:00. Lindiwe Mazibuko will be handing out shields and helmets from 12:30. Have a wonderful Thursday everybody!
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