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Thread: E-toll delay could cause SANRAL to default

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    Default E-toll delay could cause SANRAL to default

    E-toll delay risks SANRAL default

    SANRAL attacks OUTA’s case.

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    We're better off without these clowns anyway.

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    Good !!!

    At some point the ANC has to learn that rape and plunder has consequences !
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    It's strange that so many people choose to be stupid.

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    Default I could care less only problem is you thieving bastards will find another way to rape us

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    Allowing Sanral to default is completely rational says the people.

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    Ag shamepies... my heart pumps thick lumpy custard for $CAMRAL

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    If SANRAL defaults on its loan, it can never get a loan again and that means it wont be able to upgrade any more roads. Plus it will have a nasty impact on South Africas Credit Worthiness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilstebunny View Post
    Allowing Sanral to default is completely rational says the people.
    And probably a good thing !
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    They won't default, Treasury will bail them out. It's all smoke and mirrors to distract us from the fact that the people's pensions are tied up in this scam, and they'll be in deep sh*t with those people if the tolling doesn't go ahead. I've never seen government so adamantly back an institution before this, and there's a reason for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zamedic View Post
    ... it will have a nasty impact on South Africas Credit Worthiness.
    And very deservedly so - it will show the ANC that they cannot behave like this !!!
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    “To simply say government (the guarantor) will pay is not a responsible answer (by the applicants),” he told the court.
    Look who's talking about being responsible.

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    if they default, then its the gov employees/pension fund that gets hurt ... not so much international investors .. although it will drop the SA credit rating even further .... which may be a good thing, as we cannot borrow more money to build more white elephants

    I would still like to see how SANRAL or the DoT explain the cost of approximately R100mil for a km of road!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zamedic View Post
    If SANRAL defaults on its loan, it can never get a loan again and that means it wont be able to upgrade any more roads. Plus it will have a nasty impact on South Africas Credit Worthiness.
    And why should we as the consumer be help responsible for their fskup? They did everything head over arse and they dont give a crap about what effects this will have on the economy.
    May the wors be with you

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    Quote Originally Posted by zamedic View Post
    If SANRAL defaults on its loan, it can never get a loan again and that means it wont be able to upgrade any more roads. Plus it will have a nasty impact on South Africas Credit Worthiness.
    Consider it a lesson learnt about "privatising" our roads.
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    Consider it additionally a lesson learnt, stop fu*king the public up the ass

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