South Africa has the second highest murder rate in the world. It is a favourite hangout for organised crime syndicates from every corner of the world..CORRUPTION...Who Cares ?
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Sunday, October 6, 2013
Guptagate: 3rd time for No 1
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6 October 2013 6:00
Seven helicopters carrying Gupta family wedding guests were authorised to fly from Air Force Base Waterkloof because the “Indian delegation” was to meet “No 1” in Pilanesberg, North West.
This revelation, contained in a preliminary report by the board of inquiry investigating the controversial landing of the Guptas’ private jet at Waterkloof, follows the news earlier this week that, in an affidavit, Lieutenant General Christine Anderson directly implicated President Jacob Zuma (No 1) as knowing about the landing.
Anderson said that the then chief of state protocol, Bruce Koloane, phoned her on one occasion, saying he had just returned from a meeting with Zuma and that the president wanted to know if everything was on track with the Gupta flight.
It has also emerged that the board of inquiry wants the defence department to lodge a formal complaint against Koloane for “misleading” air force officials to authorise the landing.
» Read the full story in City Press newspaper today.
National Planning Minister, Trevor Manuel, has expressed concern about the poor state of education in South Africa.
Manuel was speaking on World Teachers' Day during a dialogue with Nelson Mandela Bay Metro youth in Port Elizabeth. He says the country urgently needs a quality education system.
"We know education is very highly unequal and we must start a situation where education is a lottery; your parents are well off enough to afford to put you in a school where the teachers are highly motivated, where the School Governing Body functions and then you have opportunity. If you do not because your parents are poor, then the lottery is like standing in the lotto queue, it just looks at you, but nothing happens, education must be fixed, can be fixed."
Building of the school is an important step towards seeing children being taught in conducive environments
Meanwhile, President Jacob Zuma says he is optimistic that a newly-built school in the Eastern Cape will produce leaders of a high calibre.
He handed over the Ethridge Junior Secondary School to the provincial government to mark World Teachers' Day. Zuma says the building of the school is an important step towards seeing children being taught in conducive environments.
Anglican missionaries founded the school in the last century. A mining company has renovated it at a cost of R45-million. Zuma has thanked the company for heeding government's call to help improve schools in rural areas.
COMMENTS BY SONNY
If this is a perfect scenario in South Africa, then, your are delusional my friend!
The weak corrupt NP backed by the Broederbond is responsible for this sorry state of affairs in
FW DE KLERK WAS THE LAST PIECE IN THE TRAITOROUS PUZZLE.