The Day the South African Constitutional Court Legalized Crime and Corruption- To the Benefit of the Guptas

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The Day the South African Constitutional Court Legalized Crime and Corruption- To the Benefit of the Guptas

The Day the South African Constitutional Court Legalised Crime and Corruption- To the Benefit of the Guptas

By: Sejake Petrus Motaung,

 

About the Book

One of the most pertinent questions that plagues the Church today is its involvement or lack thereof in politics. Should the Church take a firm stand against politicians with regard to corruption and looting of state properties? In other words, was or is Jesus concerned about the political, social, and economical well-being of the people? The Day the South African Constitutional Court Legalised Crime and Corruption- To the Benefit of the Guptas seeks to answer these questions through an in-depth look at the politics within South Africa as it draws most from the revelations in the Zondo Commission of Inquiry.

 

About the Author

The author, Sejake Petrus Motaung, supports the opposition parties that took then President, Jacob Zuma, to the Constitutional Court for corruption. The deteriorating standard of living and raw sewage running on doorsteps is due to the Court’s loyalty to the interest of the President rather than to the people.

(2020, paperback, 138 pages)

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