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Far from being blameless, this British platinum giant used its shareholder, ANC heavyweight and South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, to call for what was termed “concomitant action” against the workers.At stake was the continued supply of cheap labour required to maximise profit from the mine.This belied the fact that he was the consummate insider trader, enjoying access to powerful networks of influence across the world.His was the face of capitalism that seamlessly conflated business and politics in a manner that has become ordinary in most countries today, despite its deeply corrosive effect on integrity in public life.The ANC is expected to hold its NEC meeting this week and on the agenda will be Zuma’s future as president of the country.ESPIONAGEWhen the dust settled around the koppie at Marikana on August 16 2012, 34 mineworkers lay dead and a further 78 injured.
In contrast‚ at a rally of the ANC Youth League in April last year‚ Water and Sanitations Minister Nomvula Mokonyane assured supporters that Zuma was going nowhere until his term of office comes to an end.
“Attacks on President Jacob Zuma have never been attacks on him as an individual but they are particularly driven by the intention to divide the African National Congress.
That intention is to eventually bring out a situation where the ANC would lose political power‚” said MKMVA spokesperson Carl Niehaus.
Lonrho’s interests in apartheid South Africa ranged from the distribution of Mercedes-Benz cars to ownership of the country’s third-largest platinum mine, Western Platinum, which it acquired in 1987.
Lonrho shed its Rhodesian roots under the leadership of Roland “Tiny” Rowland, who controlled the company for almost 30 years from 1962 onwards.