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VPSA, Service Delivery Campaigns is in full power to engage with all government departments and Non Governmental organizations to discuss issues of Service Delivery Campaigns and all other affecting the people on the ground, together with the funders of our Organization ''Will Deliver Services Nation Wide" and we will make our Voices heard.

All people you are invited by the President of VPSA Mr SD Nkomo to support this organization. This is your platform for  to air your views and deal with all issues affecting the people on ground. Viva VPSA "After Darkness Light Will Come" thats reality and everyone knows.  

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The consumers are the most affected by the increase of petrol, food also raises the quetion is, how people will afford to pay for e- toll fees, license discs, public parking, taxes, school fees, electricity, rates and taxes, rents, water, I think it should be governed the same as repo rates to follow into commodities. When the economy is not producing jobs? millions of people will suffer.  Do you believe the Government is doing enough to help the consumers to manage a better life for all? Yes or No is the answer. If the government do not change its leadership, South African cizens will suffer major effectes as rand wickening, food and electricity prices increases.  


The president of Voice of the People South Africa, Service Delivery Campaigns blame the Government for poor  management of the country with its leadership 


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E-toll application dismissed


Cape Town - An application to declare the e-tolling legislation unconstitutional and invalid was dismissed by the Western Cape High Court on Thursday. "The application is dismissed. The parties shall bear their own costs," Judge Owen Rogers said.

He said the Democratic Alliance, which lodged the application, would have 14 days to file an application for leave to appeal his judgment. The DA approached the court after the Transport Laws and Related Matters Amendment Act was passed into law in September last year. The amendments allowed for the collection of electronically recorded tolls and the implementation of the electronic toll-collection system.

The DA had argued the amendments were unconstitutional and invalid because they had not been passed according to what it deemed to be proper procedure, which would be with input from the provinces.

The DA's legal team had argued that the amendments to the Sanral and National Roads Act had knock-on effects for provinces. They had argued that the amendments had not made vital and substantial changes to provinces and had therefore been tagged correctly.



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Motlanthe and Manuel bow out


Cape Town - A visibly emotional Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe bid farewell to MPs in the National Assembly on Tuesday, along with National Planning Minister Trevor Manuel. Motlanthe wiped tears from his face at the end of his farewell speech, when MPs gave him a standing ovation.

A United Democratic Front activist, Manuel served first as trade and industry minister before becoming finance minister in 1996, a position he held until 2009, when he became national planning minister. He will be leaving Parliament after 20 years of serving in Cabinet. Both are bowing out of public life – neither of their names featured on the ANC 2014 election candidate lists.

ANC Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa begins talks with Sudan


ANC Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Wednesday begin efforts to facilitate peace talks between warring factions in South Sudan. Ramaphosa has been appointed by President Jacob Zuma as Special Envoy to the conflict-ridden country. Fighting started in the world's youngest country on December 15 last year when President Salva Kiir accused his then Vice President Riek Machar of mounting a coup. International Relations spokesperson, Clayson Monyela, says Cyril Ramaphosa has enough experience to be involved in peace-making efforts.

"Firstly there is a level of confidence from them that South Africa can be trusted as a mediator mainly because of our moral authority on the issue of dealing with conflict and reconstruction, based on our experience as a country. We are trusted because people know we have the experience that we can share with them that they can learn from. And Ramaphosa as you know was central to the process that lead to South Africa's first elections. So he really will be sharing those experiences as President Zuma's Special Envoy,” says Monyela.



Release of Nkandla Report Mostly Welcomed


Political parties and bodies mostly welcomed the release of public protector Thuli Madonsela's report on upgrades to president Jaacob Zuma's Nkandla home.

South African Protestors Continue in Anger


Voice of the People South Africa - Service Delivery Campaigns plans to engage with the government to discuss protestors' issues affecting the country.VPSA found thousands of people protesting for Service Delivery issues promised and not delivered by the government. No implementation has been done. VPSA has a strategy to deal with these issues pertaining to Service Delivery.

Police lower their guns after the Massacre in Marikana . Miners were striking requesting triple their salary in a pay increase from Lonmin in Rusternburg   on August 16, 2012.

Police have declined comment on testimony at the far-lam commission of inquiry that a police air wing" commander was asked to take the blame for the deaths of 34 people in Marikana shooting.


"Everything to do with Marikana massacre is being dealt with by commission.

At least 78 Miners were also wounded.


In the preceding week 10 people , including two policemen and two security guards were also killed in the strike violence. These issues will remain in the heart of the nation, Voice of the People South Africa, Service Delivery Campaigns is appealing to the government to take full responsibility of Marikana massacre and Who should protect the police? and the public?




Leaders & Revolutionaries

ANC undertakes not to undermine Nkandla report


A call for President Jacob Zuma's impeachment was a premeditated decision by opposition parties, the ruling party said on Thursday.

African National Congress secretary general Gwede Mantashe said the opposition had decided to call for his impeachment prior to the release of the Nkandla report by Public Protector Thuli Madonsela. "The call by some opposition parties for impeachment is a premeditated decision," Mantashe told reporters in Johannesburg.

He said the biggest problem with the cost security upgrades at Zuma's Nkandla home in KwaZulu-Natal was "inflation of prices". "This project is a sample to say we should look at whether prices aren't inflated in other areas."

All officials involved "must be brought to book" and all funds acquired inappropriately must be paid back, said Mantashe.
Mantashe said the ANC did not intend to undermine the validity of the report. "We are neither intending to ignore or undermine the validity of the report. There is no such intention within the ANC."

The ANC was "relieved" that the report had "finally been released to the public". But the timing of the release of the report remained a concern "in terms of the disruptive effect" it would have on all political parties in their campaigning ahead of general elections in May, said Mantashe.

Madonsela released the Nkandla report on Wednesday, saying Zuma should have asked questions about the scale, costs, and affordability of security upgrades which could end up being as much as R246-million. She found that Zuma and his family unduly benefited from upgrades.

Why should Zuma be allowed to make such expensive upgrades to his home and also gain financially from it?


Oscar Pistorius' denied that he murdered his girl friend Reeva Steenkamp was not made because he believed that the crime scene had been tempered with, the High court in Pretoria heard on Wednesday.


A pleaded not guilty because what I' am accused of did not happen" said Pistorius prosecutor  Gerrie Nel had asked him how he selected his plea when he appeared in court last year after shooting Steenkamp died in his toilet on valentine's day.


Pistorius said he thought that there was an intruder in the bathroom when he fired four quick shots from his fire arm .


The state alleges they had argued and that her dearth was premeditated.


Pistorius said he did believe that the bloodied scene at his house in Pretoria was tempered with and that counsel would present to testify to this.


Nel defined the word tempering twice for him at this request" it is you' changed something on the scene with the intention to let it look different.

Pistorius said according to his legal counsel there had been tempering , disturbance and contamination on the scene.


People were in the house with out protective clothing , Steenkamp' s iPhone had been moved , according to police photographs taken of the scene , a fan had been unplugged , curtains had been opened and discs had been moved.


He has anything that was changed would bother a person involved in such serious case.


A detective who was among the first on the scene , warrant officer Hilton Botha was removed from the case and has since resigned from the police .


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EFF, DA lay criminal charges against Zuma


The Democratic Alliance (DA) has laid charges of corruption against President Jacob Zuma. This follows Public Protector Advocate Thuli Madonsela report on Zuma's Nkandla home, which has found that Zuma and his family have unfairly benefited from some security upgrades at his residence.

The party's national spokesperson Mmusi Maimane led a DA delegation to Nkandla, where the charges were laid at the local police station.

Maimane says the DA is determined to ensure that Zuma accounts personally for what he deems corruption in the Nkandla matter.
"We have laid eight charges of corruption against President Zuma. These are charges that are focused on the fact that the President and his family benefited privately from the upgrades that took place in Nkandla. We have also highlighted the fact that Zuma has appointed an architect that also benefitted and ultimately in that process it is defeating the ends of justice," explains Maimane.

In Pretoria, Economic Freedom Front (EFF) leader Julius Malema laid a charge of corruption against Zuma at the Sunnyside police station. He was accompanied by senior party members Floyd Shivambu and Dali Mpofu. EFF supporters waved placards outside the station while singing anti-Zuma slogans.

-Will justice prevail or will Zuma get away scot-free yet again

CAPE TOWN - Parliament is clamping down on MP's who don’t pitch for work.


New rules adopted by parties will see them lose their seats if they are absent from 15 plenary sessions in a row. MPs will also be fined if they miss committee meetings without good reason.

During the State of the Nation Address, there was not an empty seat in the house. But once the real work began, attendance figures appeared to plummet. Now, Parliament officials will tighten the screws, monitoring MPs’ attendance to sessions in the house and committee meetings.

Once the new rules are implemented, MPs that miss three committee meetings without a good excuse, will be fined R1,000. Those who miss 15 consecutive sessions in the house could lose their seats all together. The new rules are expected to come into effect after elections.

Zille Slams ANC MEC's Record


"Dr Malakoane would be fired," Zille told party members at the announcement of the DA's governance plans for the Free State. Malakoane was arrested in July on charges of corruption and fraud involving about R13 million, with five other people. The charges relate to crimes allegedly committed while Malakoane was the municipal manager at the Matjhabeng local municipality in Welkom. Zille told the gathering the DA had called for Malakoane's suspension.

"It is how do we deliver proper services such as water, sewerage, right through to education and health which was of real quality for all people," she said. Replying to questions, Zille said the DA was now a governing party and not just an opposition party.

She said that compared to the DA's open lists, the ANC had a closed, corruptible system, which mostly looked after the leadership's family and friends.


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