• All Share : 47912.94
    DOWN -0.40%
    Top 40 : 3823.53
    DOWN -0.53%
    Financial 15 : 14148.60
    DOWN -0.37%
    Industrial 25 : 57417.97
    DOWN -0.55%

  • ZAR/USD : 10.9626
    DOWN -0.10%
    ZAR/GBP : 17.5764
    DOWN -0.07%
    ZAR/EUR : 13.8674
    DOWN -0.09%
    ZAR/JPY : 0.1014
    UP 0.02%
    ZAR/AUD : 9.6266
    UP 0.19%

  • Gold : 1232.9150
    UP 0.07%
    Platinum : 1254.0000
    DOWN -0.08%
    Silver : 17.2760
    UP 0.58%
    Palladium : 786.5000
    UP 1.22%
    Brent Crude Oil : 86.110
    DOWN -0.83%

  • All data is delayed by 15 min. Data supplied by I-Net Bridge
    Hover cursor over this ticker to pause.

Fri Oct 24 10:33:24 SAST 2014

FNB has caved in to veiled threat: iLIVE

David Lake, Howick | 29 January, 2013 01:01
TTP4FNB23-22-01-2013-18-01-07-62-.jpg
Kelly Baloyi, 17, prepares to speak in the advertisement for FNB that has rankled the ruling party Picture: MATTHEWS BALOYI/THE STAR
Image by: Matthews Baloyi / INLSA

FNB's hypocritical apology suggests it has succumbed to the broadest of all possible hints that government business will be withheld if any business publicly criticises the political party that, sadly, controls the government.

Whatever happened to the democracy so many died for?

SHARE YOUR OPINION

If you have an opinion you would like to share on this article, please send us an e-mail to the Times LIVE iLIVE team. In the mean time, click here to view the Times LIVE iLIVE section.