Serious problems with South Africa's COVID-19 spending uncovered

Jamie McKane

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LCBXX

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So much for Cyril's zero tolerance stance on mismanagement of COVID funds.

I don't know how much more facts need to come to light that lockdown was purely a front to allow the ANC to steal excessive amounts of money.

I think I need to start calling lockdown supporters dumb cvnts. Factually, there can be no other label.
 

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This looks like accounting regularities line toed by Jooste. Basically corruption, nepotism and swindling happened here.

significant deficiencies in the procurement
 

D.B.Cooper

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So much for Cyril's zero tolerance stance on mismanagement of COVID funds.

I don't know how much more facts need to come to light that lockdown was purely a front to allow the ANC to steal excessive amounts of money.

I think I need to start calling lockdown supporters dumb cvnts. Factually, there can be no other label.
Can you imagine the absolute feeding-frenzy that the NHI is going to be? It's going to dwarf all graft to date.
 

Herr der Verboten

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Nereus77

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Yeah, that money went straight to cadres, cronies and nepotism.

Nice one, ANC...:X3:
 

LCBXX

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Can you imagine the absolute feeding-frenzy that the NHI is going to be? It's going to dwarf all graft to date.
I'm thinking the same when the money from the oils and gas prospecting, off the CT coast, starts rolling in. Magashule will build himself a mini-UAE in the Free State.
 

LCBXX

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"Significant deficiencies" :ROFL: :ROFL: :ROFL:

Does the AG's Office not have the balls to call it what it is?
It's not best practice to use adjectives in a audit report. I can only imagine the level of deficiency that allowed the use of an adjective.
 

ShaunSA

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It's not best practice to use adjectives in a audit report. I can only imagine the level of deficiency that allowed the use of an adjective.

It's no wonder Auditors sell themselves to the highest bidder
 

konfab

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So much for Cyril's zero tolerance stance on mismanagement of COVID funds.

I don't know how much more facts need to come to light that lockdown was purely a front to allow the ANC to steal excessive amounts of money.

I think I need to start calling lockdown supporters dumb cvnts. Factually, there can be no other label.
I call them Maskists.
 

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The good news is I've stopped giving a f**k whether my tax money makes a difference a long long time ago.
Once you get over that these types of "revelations" only serves to make you feel that tiny bit smarter for seeing it coming a mile away, even though it's obvious by now.
 

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The good news is I've stopped giving a f**k whether my tax money makes a difference a long long time ago.
Once you get over that these types of "revelations" only serves to make you feel that tiny bit smarter for seeing it coming a mile away, even though it's obvious by now.
So you do not care that they keep rising the taxes, because they keep on stealing and destroying everything?
 
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