12 000 ‘dead people’ doing business with SA government – Treasury

It has also identified about 14,000 state employees who are listed as directors of companies that have been awarded state contracts in violation of regulations. South Africa’s National Treasury has discovered about 12,000 dead people in its register of companies that do business with the state. This is among the outcomes of a clean-up of […]
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Breaking News: Over 12 000 “Zombie Entrepreneurs” are doing business with the SA government

It reads like the start of a joke, but we’re afraid this one’s no laughing matter. National Treasury has discovered about 12,000 dead people in its register of companies that do business with the state. A report by the Sunday Times has revealed that there are around 12 000 people on the South African government’s […]
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Some good news:- Court throws out fracking application for KZN.

The Western Cape High Court has set aside a prospecting right application, which could have opened the way for fracking in South Africa. The court’s decision could put the brakes on a number of similar prospecting applications if they followed the same process. Fracking has not yet been signed off in South Africa. But a […]
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Imminent, Unstoppable South African Genocide – Why Dismantling Apartheid caused the Genocide of Black and White South Africans

The discussion with Simon Roche of SA Prepper group Suidlanders, looks at how and why the dismantling of Apartheid has caused the destruction of Black South Africa and the genocide of White South Africans. Whilst the Destruction of South Africa will have consequences regionally and worldwide, the question is whether it is deliberate and whether […]
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Department of Public Works can not be used to solve country’s unemployment problem

The government can not use the Public Works Department to solve the country’s unemployment problem. The country needs a smaller and more competent department to do its job more effectively, says Dr. Corné Mulder, chief whip of the FF Plus. Dr. Mulder said today with the department’s budget debate there is no way in which […]
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ANC has ordered Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown and the Eskom board to rescind Brian Molefe’s return.

“We met with Lynne Brown and all of us present said ‘comrades, that decision must be rescinded’,” ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe. The party’s top six summoned Brown to Luthuli House on Monday. He said the party warned that the matter was likely to end up in court. The DA approached the high court in […]
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Duplicitous UK Gov ignored Mugabe atrocities in Zimbabwe for “fear of a mass white exodus” and to protect business interests.

British government officials remained “willfully blind” to the massacre of tens of thousands of dissidents in Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe in order to protect the UK’s political and business interests in the violence-wracked country, new research claims. According to thousands of documents obtained under Freedom of Information laws by Dr. Hazel Cameron, a lecturer in international relations […]
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Just a question – Should the broadcasting Act be amended ??

The South African Broadcasting Corporation’s recent proposal to amend the Broadcasting Act (1999) is, in principle, correct. But the manner in which the SABC wants the Act changed is helpful to the SABC and to marketing its case to the public. The Act, specifically the regulations regarding television licence fees, prescribes payment of a fee […]
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Lindiwe Sisulu’s court bid will help reverse effects of apartheid.

The Western Cape ANC welcomed Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu’s decision to take the Western Cape government to court over the sale of the Tafelberg property, saying it will help reverse the legacy of apartheid. In March, the provincial cabinet announced it approved the sale of the property to the Phyllis Jowell Jewish Day School […]
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It is OK to abuse tax money as long as you beat a ‘deadline’ when a new law comes into effect

Public officials who abused taxpayers’ money to get themselves government tenders amounting to R48 million are legally off the hook. More than 200 state employees, who were reported to management for dodgy dealings, couldn’t be touched because a new law hadn’t come into effect yet. And government can’t do anything about it, according to Eugene […]
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