Massive government bailouts planned for SABC, Post Office, SAA

Milano

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:crylaugh: Great to see it is being spent on essentials like propaganda channels, vintage postal and a vanity airline rather than being wasted on electricity and running water.
 

beans100

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....the civil disobedience by motorists and their non-payment of e-tolls was highlighted as placing Sanral under pressure.
Weren't they warned before hand, that e-tolls is a bad idea?
 

ttygt

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You can get a loan FROM the Municipality for you failing business?
Where do you apply?
 

FlashSA

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There's no spare money for these bailouts. They'll only make it available by increasing taxes and eventually vat, again. Save what you can, Venezuela comeith!
 

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Do we still have a single SOE that is running like it should? without corruption and do not need any bail outs?
 

Takkies

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:crylaugh: Great to see it is being spent on essentials like propaganda channels, vintage postal and a vanity airline rather than being wasted on electricity and running water.
The government don't have the skills to run an SOE properly. Period. Grabbing our money is their only priority.
 
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Banana republic. Everything is falling apart, all the previous bailouts failed (read looted), now more money for looting is required. This year the ANC went 100% ZanuPF.
 

Mila

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They are selling part of tellom to Huawei to fund part of this.
Who knows what else.
Soon Huawei park in woodmead will be booming with foreign nationals and Tellom will be chinese owned.
 

biometrics

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They are selling part of tellom to Huawei to fund part of this.
Who knows what else.
Soon Huawei park in woodmead will be booming with foreign nationals and Tellom will be chinese owned.
Well that can only be a good thing. Have you had dealings with Telkom?
 

ToxicBunny

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They are selling part of tellom to Huawei to fund part of this.
Who knows what else.
Soon Huawei park in woodmead will be booming with foreign nationals and Tellom will be chinese owned.
Will probably be better than when it was owned by the dirty yanks.
 

f2wohf

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They are selling part of tellom to Huawei to fund part of this.
Who knows what else.
Soon Huawei park in woodmead will be booming with foreign nationals and Tellom will be chinese owned.
Why would Huawei - whose job is to manufacture, install and maintain network equipment - ever be interested in buying a telco?

It’s simply never seen in the business. If you said China Mobile or Unicom, maybe but by saying Huawei you lose any credibility you might have had left.

Would be like GE buying Eskom or Airbus buying SAA.
 
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