So you don't see a problem with a anc premier's son -who's father no doubt pulls in a fat, probably over-inflated, salary- taking a bursary away from genuinely disadvantaged kid?Any indication that Mahumapelo's son is not the best?
Looks like they made this special for him. Why would Denel even have a pilot program for passenger airlines when they don't operate an airline. It reads dodgy as dodgy can be. Test pilots are the most experienced of pilots even if what they say were true but looks like they're lying anywayIs it the normal cadet program where the intake is more than 1 pr is this something else? Without getting into politics of course.
A few rules were allegedly bent to award the bursary to the aspiring pilot. The school the young Mahumapelo is registered to, in Port Alfred, Eastern Cape, does not fall under the list of accredited schools the funding covers. Piloting is not included in the subjects the bursary covers. Oarabile’s application was reportedly received past the deadline for the applications.