White doctors wanting to specialise face roadblock in KwaZulu-Natal

konfab

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Just think about what this implies.

KZN currently has a shortage of oncologists. KZN also doesn't want to train doctors because of their skin colour.

So what that means is the guavament in KZN would rather have its citizens die of cancer than have the audacity to employ white people.
Exactly how the first Messiah of the Country and the ANC want it.
 

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#22
Just think about what this implies.

KZN currently has a shortage of oncologists. KZN also doesn't want to train doctors because of their skin colour.

So what that means is the guavament in KZN would rather have its citizens die of cancer than have the audacity to employ white people.
Exactly how the first Messiah of the Country and the ANC want it.
I am sure spiritual healing in KZN is booming though. Saw an entire thread on Twitter talking about how colonialism has caused spiritual harm which is manifesting as sickness. What a world we live in.
 

evilstebunny

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I am sure that is exactly what all the black people dying of cancer because of the lack of trained staff are thinking...
Since when have black government really cared about their own people? They keep them uneducated, lie and steal from them, treat them like imbeciles, favour Indians above them and don't give a rats ass about their health, like Life Esidimeni and now this episode shows.
 

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#26
So rather than fill the posts with doctors who can make a difference to the community (irrespective of pigmentation), let's leave the posts open and screw the people who need it the most...
That's the number 1 rule the government lives by in all walks of life.
 

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And yet a school photograph has the f*cking SAHRC and 99% of media outlets jumping up and down and causing ridiculous outrage and sh*t like this just blows under the table.

Wish I could use this to justify that racial discrimination (fair or unfair) is perfectly fine as long as the targeted racial group being discriminated against is exempt from paying taxes!
 

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And yet a school photograph has the f*cking SAHRC and 99% of media outlets jumping up and down and causing ridiculous outrage and sh*t like this just blows under the table.

Wish I could use this to justify that racial discrimination (fair or unfair) is perfectly fine as long as the targeted racial group being discriminated against is exempt from paying taxes!
If that's the case than you are a racist - remember? #SoSad
On a side note: Did you knew that South Africa is one of the few countries in the world where GDP per capita was higher in 1982 than it was in 2002? #GoFigure
 

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#30
Citation required. #SoPredictable
Actually is correct.
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https://tradingeconomics.com/south-africa/gdp-per-capita
The scary thing there is that we're completely flat lining/regressing over the last few years while most of the world is increasing.

He is cherry picking though.

The reason for the 1980's crash:
* A global economic crisis: In the 1980s there was a global economic crisis. As a result, the South African currency lost value, the gold price dropped; unemployment and inflation rates were high.
https://www.sahistory.org.za/article/sahistoryorgza-grade-12-history-classroom-43
And then add that defense budgets went up, income tax increases to fund that, investors being unsure/foreign banks refused to loan for South Africa, trade sanctions, etc. which caused the crash.
Just removing the sanctions is probably one of the major reasons for the economic uplift throughout the 90's and early 2000's. It probably would have continued in growth if not for all the economic sabotage of our current regime.

EDIT:
As an aside, can you tell when Zuma took power? (from Wikipedia, I deleted some table rows to make it easier to see, goes back to 1980 with government debt to GDP ratio from 2000 onwards):
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_South_Africa

Fun fact though, not sure how unemployment was calculated in the 80's and 90's, but we have higher unemployment now than then.
 
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jambai

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And yet a school photograph has the f*cking SAHRC and 99% of media outlets jumping up and down and causing ridiculous outrage and sh*t like this just blows under the table.

Wish I could use this to justify that racial discrimination (fair or unfair) is perfectly fine as long as the targeted racial group being discriminated against is exempt from paying taxes!
I agree how do we stop paying taxes . It is the solution . They pushing people over the edge .. and the white man will turn more and more self sufficient and looking only after own people which was not exactly the idea in 1994
 

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#32
Just think about what this implies.

KZN currently has a shortage of oncologists. KZN also doesn't want to train doctors because of their skin colour.

So what that means is the guavament in KZN would rather have its citizens die of cancer than have the audacity to employ white people.
Exactly how the first Messiah of the Country and the ANC want it.
I call it 'Health-Shedding'.
 

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#34
This is so messed up. Just like the sports quotas.

The Springboks need to be the 15+ BEST players in the country. Not because so and so is this colour and needs to be there.
 

Mista_Mobsta

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#35
Actually is correct.
View attachment 601988
https://tradingeconomics.com/south-africa/gdp-per-capita
The scary thing there is that we're completely flat lining/regressing over the last few years while most of the world is increasing.

He is cherry picking though.

The reason for the 1980's crash:


And then add that defense budgets went up, income tax increases to fund that, investors being unsure/foreign banks refused to loan for South Africa, trade sanctions, etc. which caused the crash.
Just removing the sanctions is probably one of the major reasons for the economic uplift throughout the 90's and early 2000's. It probably would have continued in growth if not for all the economic sabotage of our current regime.

EDIT:
As an aside, can you tell when Zuma took power? (from Wikipedia, I deleted some table rows to make it easier to see, goes back to 1980 with government debt to GDP ratio from 2000 onwards):
View attachment 601992
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_South_Africa

Fun fact though, not sure how unemployment was calculated in the 80's and 90's, but we have higher unemployment now than then.
Interesting to see that from 2005 - 2008 the Govt Debt as % of GDP was declining whilst real GDP figures were growing...that is a sign of good fiscal control. Now? Funny that when that troglodyte Zuma came into power (2009 - 2017) those figures blew out of proportion isn't it?
 

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Interesting to see that from 2005 - 2008 the Govt Debt as % of GDP was declining whilst real GDP figures were growing...that is a sign of good fiscal control. Now? Funny that when that troglodyte Zuma came into power (2009 - 2017) those figures blew out of proportion isn't it?
Yeah, but do take into account the 2008 economic crash.
https://www.resbank.co.za/Lists/News and Publications/Attachments/51/Roger+Baxter.pdf page 8/112 might interest you.
Perhaps the most important component of any short-term package of measures to help South Africa ameliorate the impact of the global crisis has to be ensuring that the confidence of investors, the business sector and consumers is not further undermined by any proposals
South Africa was fiscally actually quite good, just needed to keep investor confidence from richer countries to make up for the ~8% gap in investment to reach 25% of GDP. Instead we had a president that basically ruined confidence and implemented very bad policies and (worse than) incompetent people, badly exacerbating the problem that could have been weathered.
 

vigras rojara

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#37
Actually is correct.
View attachment 601988
https://tradingeconomics.com/south-africa/gdp-per-capita
The scary thing there is that we're completely flat lining/regressing over the last few years while most of the world is increasing.

He is cherry picking though.

The reason for the 1980's crash:


And then add that defense budgets went up, income tax increases to fund that, investors being unsure/foreign banks refused to loan for South Africa, trade sanctions, etc. which caused the crash.
Just removing the sanctions is probably one of the major reasons for the economic uplift throughout the 90's and early 2000's. It probably would have continued in growth if not for all the economic sabotage of our current regime.

EDIT:
As an aside, can you tell when Zuma took power? (from Wikipedia, I deleted some table rows to make it easier to see, goes back to 1980 with government debt to GDP ratio from 2000 onwards):
View attachment 601992
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_South_Africa

Fun fact though, not sure how unemployment was calculated in the 80's and 90's, but we have higher unemployment now than then.

Cherry picking aside, thanks for the useful reply.
 
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