‘Bogus’ intelligence report’s wackiest 10 claims

1 As a means of influencing them, Constitutional Court justices Johann van der Westhuizen, Johan Froneman and Dikgang Moseneke get money from the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) via accounts in the Cayman Islands 2 Former directorgeneral in the presidency Frank Chikane is being “handled” by Freedom House Southern Africa director Karl Beck. He got funds for a book through the NED and is helping Agang SA with policy 7 Agang SA got R500 million from the NED 3 Former Scorpions prosecutors are planning to reunite to start investigating President Jacob Zuma on corruption charges again to build a case “that will eventually nail him” and force him to step down. The media is in on this project, and ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa is funding this in conjunction with the NED 4 Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba’s adviser, Siyabonga Mahlangu, is being handled by the NED. Besides talking to the Gupta brothers, he also conveys instructions from the NED to Gigaba on tenders, boards and “newspaper purchases” by parastatals 5 Businessman Fana Hlongwane and a Zimbabwean were procuring arms on behalf of a group undergoing “crack commando training” in insurgency, intelligence, guerrilla warfare and first aid in Zimbabwe 9 Mining union Amcu boss ss Joseph Mathunjwa was backed by sacked Limpopo premier Cassel Mathale and was also trying to win over Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema, former ANC treasurer-general Mathews Phosa and metalworkers’ union Numsa general secretary Irvin Jim 10 Amcu boss Joseph Mathunjwa gave Julius Ma Malema a cheque of Ma R50 R5 000 and told him he has ha people who can help with wi his debts and legal bills

6 Mamphela Ramphele’s advisory committee on Agang SA consisted of some co of the following people: AfriForum lawyer Willie Wi Spies, former prosecutions head Vusi Pikoli, businessman Moeletsi Mbeki, Cosatu Pi general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi, media ge bosses Justice Malala and Trevor Ncube, bo University of the Free State rector Jonathan Un Jansen and sacked human settlements Ja minister Tokyo Sexwale mi

8 The NED worked on sowing dissent and insurgency in Marikana a year before the shootings, and also helped inflame service-delivery protests and xenophobic violence


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