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    Quote Originally Posted by ponder View Post
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    Keep Pumping Money to Guptas
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    It is a Chrismas time, animals speak human language, deamons speak through the humans, it is normal. Honesty is the way we can combat it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NarrowBandFtw View Post
    Jesus the EFF sure is keen to support every single ANC avenue of corruption now that the figure-head Zuma is gone ...
    Makes one think ... who are their funders?
    There is no reason for any government anywhere in the world to suspect that any South African is in danger from their own democratically-elected government.

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    I'm surprised that no-one picked up on the Nkonki scandal yet:

    The Nkonki Pact Part 1: How the Guptas bought themselves an auditor
    http://amabhungane.co.za/article/201...ves-an-auditor

    The Nkonki Pact Part 2: Eskom’s new billion-rand consulting deal for Essa & Co
    http://amabhungane.co.za/article/201...al-for-essa-co

    Nkonki CEO Mitesh Patel resigns after amaBhungane exposes Gupta fronting deal
    https://www.fin24.com/Economy/nkonki...-deal-20180413

    Who's next? SizweNtsalubaGobodo? Oops, forgot about this: https://www.enca.com/south-africa/au...els-financials
    There is no reason for any government anywhere in the world to suspect that any South African is in danger from their own democratically-elected government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForceFate View Post
    Managers of the bank are products of Bantu education
    If they were, they'd be far better off than the products of the motshekga dynasty.
    There is no reason for any government anywhere in the world to suspect that any South African is in danger from their own democratically-elected government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diesel View Post
    Eish this is what happens when the math pass rate is 30%.
    https://businesstech.co.za/news/life...-of-the-world/
    Yeah whatever mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by infscrtyrisk View Post
    If they were, they'd be far better off than the products of the motshekga dynasty.
    Bantu Education was just as bad. Difference between then and now is determination.
    Yeah whatever mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForceFate View Post
    Bantu Education was just as bad. Difference between then and now is determination.
    There is no reason for any government anywhere in the world to suspect that any South African is in danger from their own democratically-elected government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by infscrtyrisk View Post
    You may laugh as much as you want
    Yeah whatever mate

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    malema makes noise about all other banks, this one he sticks up for.

    i wonder how much interest he has in it

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    Default Curator withdraws VBS's 2017 financial statements

    Curator withdraws VBS's 2017 financial statements

    The turmoil at VBS Mutual Bank deepened on Monday, when the bank’s curator announced he was withdrawing its most recent financial statements.

    In a media release, curator Anoosh Rooplal said VBS’s audited financial statements for the year ended March 31 2017 have been withdrawn “as they contain material misstatements and are no longer considered to be reliable”.

    “Users of these financial statements are requested not to place reliance on these financial statements,” he said. The documents have been removed from the bank’s website.

    Rooplal’s decision comes a day after VBS’s external auditor KPMG revealed that two of its partners involved in auditing the bank, had not fully disclosed their financial interests held with VBS.

    The two partners, Sipho Malaba and Dumi Tshuma, had both resigned on Friday, ahead of disciplinary charges being laid against them.

    Rooplal said that KPMG had been informed of the withdrawal, and that amended results would be reissued in due course.

    The decision would not change the focus of the curatorship, he said.

    “We are still of the view that the curatorship role provides the best mechanism to rehabilitate the bank if possible and my primary role of stabilising the bank and protecting the interests of depositors remains firm”.

    VBS was placed into curatorship on March 11 after it experienced a severe liquidity crisis. Since Rooplal took over however further details have emerged pointing to far greater problems at the bank - including R900-million which cannot properly be accounted for.

    In light of the discoveries the Reserve Bank announced last week that it was launching a separate forensic investigation into the affairs of the bank.
    Maybe we'll get to see how Zupta's "loan" was processed.
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    Mutual Banks have historically been characteristically conservative in their approach. This conservatism is what allowed Mutual Savings Banks to remain stable throughout the turbulent period of the Great Depression, despite the failing of some commercial banks. Because Mutual Savings Banks are run very conservatively, they tend to be insulated from some of the volatility of the market. Unlike other banks, they weather financial crises much better, and may continue to return a profit when other institutions are failing.
    http://www.finbondmutualbank.co.za/page3.html

    That is until the ANC get involved and the EFF come along and further exacerbate the situation.

    One might be forgiven for thinking that the EFF actually want to bring VBS to it's knees.

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