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Mac Maharaj lays charges against M&G

Mac Maharaj
20 November 2011

Newspaper accused of contravening section 41(6) of National Prosecuting Act

Today 19 November 2011, attorneys acting on behalf of Mac Maharaj, laid charges against Mr Sam Sole, Mr Stefaans Brümmer and the Mail & Guardian Newspaper for contravening the provisions of section 41(6) of the National Prosecuting Act of 1998 and requested the South African Police Services to investigate the possible theft of the records of various inquiries conducted by the National Prosecuting Authority in terms of that Act. The case was registered at the Parkview Police station in Johannesburg.

Statement issued by Mac Maharaj, November 19 2011

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Mac Hatters Tea Party
That was yesterday, now there is the Sunday Times to silence also. Its OK Mac, with your long nurtured ANC power you can silence the planet. Go Mighty Mac - the entire cabinet and your very own President are right behind you... and a fine set of world . .more

by Dr Ubani on November 20 2011, 21:36
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@Mac
Don't worry Mac the truth will come out... that is why the government is trying so hard to get the POIB going, so that guys like you can't get caught. I guess the newspapers beat them to it in your case.

by Koos on November 21 2011, 07:29
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@Dr Ubani
A wellknown paint manufacturer in SA has a new paint, MacPrejudice. Any truth that's not inline with your prejudices, just apply a single coat of MacPrejudice and it's no longer true.

by Honkie on November 21 2011, 07:33
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Mac's indiscretions
Good work, Mail and Guardian. For round two let Zapiro do a number on Mac. he is tops.

by James Bell on November 21 2011, 08:23
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is there no honourable man left?
Naaa... there aint ,bring on the fire n brimstone,Mac was fired from his directorship under this same cloud, before being appointed to top spinner,now that hard evidence of his "alledged" foulnes starts to emerge,he resorts to the tactic of all . .more

by Pedro on November 21 2011, 10:17
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Zuma Ally
You should not be surprised, he's aclose associate of Zuma. That's the order of the day with that Administration, CORRUPTION,CORRUPTION AND MORE CORRUPTION

by Soothsayer on November 21 2011, 11:40
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@Pedro
We have crossed pens before but in this case I am 100% with you.

Would it not be possible for the M&G to release the info in their possession piecemeal via Twiiter and so circumvent getting coated by Macprejudice?

by James Bell on November 21 2011, 15:12
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Zuma a thief employs thieves
Birds of a feather steal together

by Funny on November 21 2011, 17:34
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Thief and thieves
Zuma the thief employs more thieves.
Kick out these assholes.
They are rotten

by funny on November 21 2011, 17:35
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Twitter Joke

As you all know Mac Maharaj has close ties with the Shaik family.

Mac Donalds has lauched a new Mac burger called Mac Maharaj served with a free shake.

by DM on November 21 2011, 18:01
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Who else will call the ANC hierarchy to book?

Mac has a point, he was summoned to a meeting in camera whereby the contents of the meeting were said to be secret and could not be used against him. On the strength of this, Mac said whatever he did in the meeting presumably based on the condition . .more

by Oblio on November 21 2011, 21:41
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A breed of thieves
With Zuma as a pilot we will never fight corruption. The corrupt and the corruptor can not fight corruption but instead they reward it and get rewarded.

by Skeptic on November 22 2011, 16:10
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