SACBC JUSTICE AND PEACE COMMISSION URGES THE MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT TO CONSIDER THE COMMON GOOD DURING NO CONFIDENCE VOTE

It is clear that our country is deeply divided and now stands at a moral, political and economic crossroad. At such a time, we need a parliament that demonstrates strong ethical leadership and exercises non-partisan oversight over the executive. We therefore urge all the members of parliament to vote according to their conscience and consider […]

President Zuma’s Decision to reshuffle Cabinet  

The Jesuit Institute South Africa has noted the President’s decision to reshuffle his cabinet. While we recognise that this is the President’s constitutional prerogative, we must nonetheless note our concern at the reshuffle and the manner in which it was done. While we recognise that the Constitution grants the President tremendous power, we are compelled […]

Cabinet Reshuffle – Response

CONTINUED UNCERTAINTIES AROUND TREASURY ARE A CAUSE FOR CONCERN Bishop Gabuza has said that replacement of the finance minister is a cause for concern. “Despite the government’s rhetoric around radical economic transformation, it is evident that uncertainties around the treasury, as well as continued political uncertainties, are not in the interest of the economy and […]