I understand Piotr, you are a more serious person I see, and English is not your first language. Odd jokes or figures of speech may not appear the same to you as another person.
The government corruption is being investigated by an independent commission so it seems to be revealing a lot. It is more like a hearing where whistleblowers can speak out.
South Africa is far away but it has always had lots of mineral wealth which the global elite like. It used to be a geopolitically strategic place before the Suez canal was built as a trade route to the East, but that is less important now, so we are off the main radar in world news.
As for land confiscation without compensation, their is still a debate going on and no major crisis has been reached yet. People are not outright losing their land yet. Government wants to make some moves in that direction though. We will see in the next big election in May what happens. Things just move more slowly here in Africa, like in India too.