BETRAYAL AND THE NON-WHITE SLAVE

 

This seven minute audio-visual clip is taken from our presentation to the High Level Panel appointed by Parliament to examine the impact of legislation in South Africa since 1994. Led by Mr Kgalema Motlanthe of the ruling African National Congress, this public hearing was held at the Johannesburg City Hall on 25 November 2016. Kgalema Motlanthe served as President of the Republic of South Africa from 25 September 2008 to 09 May 2009. Bridget Mabandla requested a private meeting with me at the end of the hearing. She never denied any of our allegations, but sought only to redeem herself, in the presence of other members of the High Level Panel. Wally Serote must carry the blame, she said. She reminded me that Kgalema Motlanthe was General Secretary of the ANC in 1997, the same year in which the application for the Gold Reef City Casino Licence was submitted.

 

Bridget Mabandla, appointed in 1995, was the Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture at the time she bought our 48 Page Prospectus in 1998. A lawyer by profession, Mabandla was appointed Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development in 2004. The Department of Arts and Culture, with Freedom Park Trust, spearheaded the R1Billion FREEDOM PARK project in Pretoria. The version they gave South Africa on the origins of FREEDOM PARK in Pretoria, the ideas that informed the expenditure of taxpayers money cannot be true, according to Gold Reef City Casino affidavits filed under oath. The pointed question directed to the Presidency of Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki is: How did FREEDOM PARK get into the Gold Reef City Casino bid application in JUNE 1997, when Freedom Park in Pretoria was mooted four years later under the auspices of Freedom Park Trust.