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Dad who fathered 8 kids with his daughter gets 12 years in prison

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An Argentine man, Domingo Bulacio, 57, who repeatedly raped his daughter, fathering eight children with her while she was his sex slave for 22 years, has been jailed for 12 years and eight months.

The serial rapist was sentenced on Wednesday for multiple sex crimes by three judges at a court in the northern city of Santiago del Estero.

Domingo’s relatives were among the 50 witnesses who gave evidence at the hearing.

His daughter who testified, reportedly told the court that he had turned her into his sex slave at seven-years-old when her mother left their home.

According to her, the abuse continued over the next 22-years, during which time, she gave birth to eight of his children.

“I was not the only one, there are relatives of his who do the same to their sisters and daughters,” the victim, now aged 30, said after the trial.

Bulacio dubbed ‘The Monster of Villa Balnearia’ was caught in January 2016 after his daughter took her youngest son, aged five, to the doctor when he became seriously sick.

Man bags 12-years in jail for raping & fathering 8 of his daughter

According to the reports, the little boy needed to stay in the local care center for several weeks, and it was at that time the daughter revealed to doctors who the boy’s father was.

It was also revealed that they had all lived in a house with one room and Mr. Bulacio raped his daughter in front of the children, newspaper reported.

After Mr. Bulacio underwent a DNA test it was confirmed that the eight children were his.

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EFF demands the sacking of South Africa’s finance minister Nene.

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South Africa’s political players are headed for a collision course over the fate of the finance minister, who the Treasury on Tuesday said is traveling to Indonesia for an International Monetary Fund (IMF) meeting.



Pressure has been piling on finance minister Nhlanhla Nene to resign, following his disclosure to the state-capture inquiry commission, that he had met the Gupta brothers between 2010 and 2013.

The Business Day on Monday reported that Nene had asked president Cyril Ramaphosa to relieve him of his duties as finance minister.

Ramaphosa’s office responded and said they were not aware of Nene’s request.

And on Tuesday, Treasury spokesman Jabulani Sikhakhane said the finance minister was expected to arrive in Indonesia on Wednesday.

Nene is also expected to read the mid-term budget later this month.

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The news that Nene is continuing with his duties is likely to anger opposition supporters including the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), whose leader, Julius Malema on Monday asked Ramaphosa to sack Nene.

In a written letter to Ramaphosa, Malema argued that the country, whose economy is in recession, had very serious challenges that needed a credible finance minister to address them.

‘‘Public servants at all spheres and levels of government will have no obligation to responsibly manage state fiscal resources under a compromised minister of finance,’‘ Malema said.

He then added that that Nene can no longer inspire much needed confidence to revive the economy.

‘‘The Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS)‚ which is supposed to be a statement to build confidence amongst all important economic role players‚ cannot‚ and should not‚ be delivered by a minister who was part of the Gupta criminal syndicate.”

For the EFF, Nene’s position as finance minister is no longer tenable and they are determined to win what they are now calling a battle.

Malema had threatened on Sunday that streets protests might be organised to demand for the removal of Nene as finance minister.

The Gupta brothers are accused of using their friendship with former president Jacob Zuma to influence government decisions including unfairly winning state contrcats.

Both Zuma and the Guptas have denied any wrongdoing.

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South Africa: Ex-minister reveals Zuma’s Gupta deals.

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South Africa’s Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene said on Wednesday he was fired by former president Jacob Zuma for refusing to approve contracts that would financially benefit the Gupta family, friends of Zuma accused of corruption.



Nene, who was giving testimony at a judicial inquiry into influence-peddling, said the main reason he was he was sacked was for rejecting a proposed plan to build a fleet of nuclear power plants. The project could have cost up to $100 billion.

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Zuma and the Gupta family deny allegations they colluded to inappropriately divert state funds.

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