Lies, incompetence, and corruption

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Lies, incompetence, and corruption

A performance agreement between President Cyril Ramaphosa and Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams revealed that the target for implementing the digital migration programme is March 2023.

The Presidency said this agreement aims to strengthen the capacity of the state and increase accountability.
 
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The very definition of a normal day in South Africa.
More like 26 years. I wonder when the ANC will start liberating the people instead of standing on them?

Or perhaps that's how leaders of this Continent liberate, by taking as much as they can for themselves.
 
Perhaps a core principle of the ruling party? God forbid.
 
Cyril didn't seem SHOCKED.
He has accepted the lies and corruption as being an integral part of his narrow minded REALITY.
 
Meh. This becomes easier to accept once you accept that 'ole adage and universal truth.

Yes that one.

"TIA"
 
Lies, incompetence, and corruption

A performance agreement between President Cyril Ramaphosa and Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams revealed that the target for implementing the digital migration programme is March 2023.

The Presidency said this agreement aims to strengthen the capacity of the state and increase accountability.
Link isn't there for me, for those looking: https://mybroadband.co.za/news/broadcasting/379786-lies-incompetence-and-corruption.html
 
Are you sure this 2023 date is so that there's no way that the minister will be held accountable for failing to deliver by end of next year? Since that performance requirement would mean that it must be done and can be held against them if they don't manage, so Ramaphosa put in a date that's way into the future so minister signs it and he can say he managed to get them to sign it.
 
Van Riebeeck is keeping them from being able to hit their targets, why is the whites always going AGAINST the grain? WHY!?
 
You are silly to stay in SA if you have the funds to move overseas.
Even if you don't have the funds, try to anyway. Finding a job offer online and moving can provide an income boost enough to cover whatever debt you have in SA while living and working overseas.

Everything here is digital, I can even stream live TV for free via the broadcaster's streaming app (not to mention the library of on-demand shows they also carry). Did you misread the bit I said "for free"?

Anyway.... yea... it's not all rose-colored glasses and things, crap happens here too (there was a shooting close to me the other day, no one got shot, and they caught the guy within 1 day and he is in custody till March until his sentence is passed down.... which he might get 14 years for, none of that out-on-bail-for-R100 crap), but I must admit, when they say "this is what we're going to do", that is exactly what they're going to do AND they deliver (sometimes even under budget, UNDER BUDGET, WTF !?!?! THAT **** IS UNHEARD OF IN SOUTH AFRICA)
 
And when 2029 arrives, the morons in the ANC will find a way to proudly proclaim that they were the "first something else or another" to migrate and it will be celebrated with more shows of ANC incompetence, and to put the cherry on top, Ace Magashule and his masters, the Guptas will be doing the TV announcement.
 
Van Riebeeck is keeping them from being able to hit their targets, why is the whites always going AGAINST the grain? WHY!?
Because the whites could do a lot of things, but they could never manage to teach honesty, integrity, intelligence, logic, culture and class. A very liberal German friend of mine came to work in SA, always told me I take things too seriously and that life under the ANC is better than under the apartheid government. Anyway, after being here for about a month, he started telling the following joke - " what is the difference between a tourist and a racist? - Two weeks". Needless to say, the first time the self-entitled bunch decided to strike at the company (who was barely open for 8months), the German directors (who had balls) told them, "you continue striking while you are unemployed". They arrived at work one morning to find the buildings vacated and themselves unemployed.
 
Yea... just more lip service from ANC. Ooo.. they signed a document to say they will perform :ROFL::ROFL:, the only problem is our government only knows laziness, corruption etc...
 
Even if you don't have the funds, try to anyway. Finding a job offer online and moving can provide an income boost enough to cover whatever debt you have in SA while living and working overseas.

Everything here is digital, I can even stream live TV for free via the broadcaster's streaming app (not to mention the library of on-demand shows they also carry). Did you misread the bit I said "for free"?

Anyway.... yea... it's not all rose-colored glasses and things, crap happens here too (there was a shooting close to me the other day, no one got shot, and they caught the guy within 1 day and he is in custody till March until his sentence is passed down.... which he might get 14 years for, none of that out-on-bail-for-R100 crap), but I must admit, when they say "this is what we're going to do", that is exactly what they're going to do AND they deliver (sometimes even under budget, UNDER BUDGET, WTF !?!?! THAT **** IS UNHEARD OF IN SOUTH AFRICA)
Yip! if all the whites left this country all at once, this country would collapse like a house of cards.
 
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