Why broadband for all is nothing but a dream

Sinbad

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Would expecting kickbacks count as a misplaced ideology?
 

LPCPT

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An entity tasked with a project, creates another entity to do the work. What a joke
Just more jobs for pals and kickbacks.
The more complicated the structures the easier to corrupt the system.
 

grok

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Regulatory stagnation, indecision and misplaced ideologies are some of the reasons why broadband for all will likely remain a pipe dream for some time to come.
This could be said of almost everything the ANC does.
 

The Trutherizer

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My perception is that these people would approve of a corner cigarette shop over a franchised supermarket network as long as there is some form of kickback in it for them.

They run SA like a banana republic. Newsflash! Get a freaking island! SA is too complex for that type of thing. Its just doing harm.
 

The Trutherizer

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An entity tasked with a project, creates another entity to do the work. What a joke
Just more jobs for pals and kickbacks.
The more complicated the structures the easier to corrupt the system.
And then you get people who actually does something when something needs to be done, but unfortunately it seems they don't have pals like that. More's the pity.
 
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