Instead of a thread on a forum , why not create a website to adress the corruption and its consequences in South Africa?
Imagine a website where all forms of goverment corruption is listed along with the cost of the corruption. Then the cost should add up to a total on the webpage. This total should then be linked to how many hungry children can be fed with that money, or how many homes can be built...etc. Basically show the actual cost/effect of the cANCer goverment corruption.
They can have SAVE THE RHINO Facebook page so maybe a STOP CORRUPTION Facebook page.
Additions made to the list.
It just keeps growing, and growing and growing.
Please continue to post the corruption here for me to add to the OP...
If you don't like the thread, believe that I am untrustworthy, and do not feel like clicking on this thread again to see more corruption without links and time-stamps, then don't open the thread.
Not everyone though is out to screw you over. The entire list is legit. In fact you can google each one yourself and find the stories if you like. It is simply not feasible for me to link to each and every instance of government corruption as the government have spent the better part of trillions of rands committing it.
Instead, you are welcome to simply copy-pasta in google and find the stories yourself...
Well threads like this are prone to get buried thus reducing their IRL effect...aside from that...do carry on...
Won't make 702/CarteBlanche. If you want IRL effect then thats what is needed and you know it.
Again...not disapproving, just wary of the futileness.
Someone who is good with graphics should make a nice big infographic poster that can put the 20-30 Billion rand that is lost on corruption every year into perspective in every day items. For instance, it can show that the money lost to corruption can build x many houses, build y many schools, feed z many people, build so many hospitals or clinics. Put that on a nice infographic poster that will go viral on the internet, and just maybe some of these muppets will start to see the light.