A 7-year battle against DA corruption took a positive step forward today when 8 of the 9 provinces voted in the House of Parliament that the recommendations regarding the Love Knysna Petition be adopted.
The only objector was, obviously, the Western Cape a.k.a. the DA.
I, Mike Hampton, was the petitioner.
The Love Knysna Petition involves tender corruption, illegal appointments, cronyism, graft, cover-up and intimidation etc. There is far more to this than the attached summary suggests. And what’s happened in Knysna implicates the DA’s national leadership. No amount of lying by Bonginkosi Madikizela or threats by Helen Zille will change the fact that the DA is heading for its biggest scandal, one that may change the party forever.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has two months to respond to Parliament with regards the Petition and why her offices in the Western Cape failed to do their job. It’s my belief that DA corruption has being protected by the very organisations that are, instead, supposed to protect us, the Public.
Will the Media keep protecting the DA too or start helping South Africa by printing the truth?
I’m just a citizen. This is victory for us ‘small’ guys and girls, the most important people in South Africa. Please share this news. And comment on my Facebook.
Podcast: Cape Talk’s Kieno Kammies interviews Mike Hampton.