Leaked recording captures ANC MEC’s rant over expedited delivery

Lew Skannen

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I was in Johannesburg a few years ago when a man approached me and asked me if I want to buy government databases, which included Home Affairs, SARS, Pension Funds, and many more. He had the data on an external drive and luckilly I had my laptop om my car. We checked the data and I opened the Home Affairs database (which was in about 30+ MS Access files). I saw it was a 2008 database and the total population on this database was already at over 50,000,000 in 2008. This figure included living and deceased individuals. So, either the population decreased between 2008 and 2016 or the chart is wrong with their data.
 

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I was in Johannesburg a few years ago when a man approached me and asked me if I want to buy government databases, which included Home Affairs, SARS, Pension Funds, and many more. He had the data on an external drive and luckilly I had my laptop om my car. We checked the data and I opened the Home Affairs database (which was in about 30+ MS Access files). I saw it was a 2008 database and the total population on this database was already at over 50,000,000 in 2008. This figure included living and deceased individuals. So, either the population decreased between 2008 and 2016 or the chart is wrong with their data.
Were you not afraid that you could be robbed, going around Joburg opening your laptop with strangers?
 

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I was in Johannesburg a few years ago when a man approached me and asked me if I want to buy government databases, which included Home Affairs, SARS, Pension Funds, and many more. He had the data on an external drive and luckilly I had my laptop om my car. We checked the data and I opened the Home Affairs database (which was in about 30+ MS Access files). I saw it was a 2008 database and the total population on this database was already at over 50,000,000 in 2008. This figure included living and deceased individuals. So, either the population decreased between 2008 and 2016 or the chart is wrong with their data.
How awesome. I think my car was next to you when this real incident happened. Were you wearing a maroon shirt that day?
 

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It is well known that they fool voters with service delivery before the elections, they just deny it because that is what politicians do, I went home last week and there is something happening in my village, It is one of those projects that are not going to go anywhere after the elections.
Suddenly the lines in my suburb are being painted, things are being fixed e.g. street lights. Intersections being cleaned... the 5-year polish and shine to fool the retard votahs
 

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I was in Johannesburg a few years ago when a man approached me and asked me if I want to buy government databases, which included Home Affairs, SARS, Pension Funds, and many more. He had the data on an external drive and luckilly I had my laptop om my car. We checked the data and I opened the Home Affairs database (which was in about 30+ MS Access files). I saw it was a 2008 database and the total population on this database was already at over 50,000,000 in 2008. This figure included living and deceased individuals. So, either the population decreased between 2008 and 2016 or the chart is wrong with their data.
Or you are just not very good at reading charts....
 
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