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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtyLoop View Post
    Society is a complex feedback network, as such it is beyond the comprehension of politicians. As is the human flaw of putting leaders in charge of them who are stupider than they
    You just need to be the most confident stupid person, the rest will follow. Joe Rogan's stand-up on Netflix ><

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToxicBunny View Post
    Yeah...

    I mean hell, random example..

    All Gold was R19.99 like 2 weeks ago... now its R23.99...
    R19.99 with some chutney in CT

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    Ramaphosa goes straight to the oil taps to bring down fuel prices

    With intensified pressure from inside his country over the recent successive fuel increases, and another in the pipeline, President Cyril Ramaphosa has consciously taken the unprecedented step of going straight to oil-producing nations to ask them to help ease the burden on the South African consumer brought about by the high price of crude oil.

    Government announced that Saudi Arabia has decided to invest what amounts to R133 billion in South Africa’s energy sector due to Ramaphosa’s visit. It’s also clearly no coincidence that Ramaphosa’s latest tour has included the world top two oil producers, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. It reveals part of what his intention is – to negotiate a deal with them to increase their oil production. The president first touched down in Nigeria, then headed to Saudi Arabia and was scheduled to conclude his tour in the UAE.

    These countries are leading members of the 14-member Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec), which controls 61 percent of world oil exports.

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    Wow, that is impressive if it is true

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnome View Post
    Wow, that is impressive if it is true
    Don't see how he plans to do. I don't think than OPEC countries are allowed to give rebates (I might be wrong but it's against the OPEC's concept).

    It would also set a precedent, why SA and not European countries, Japan or China who are much larger customers (the fuel price is also a massive issue in Europe right now)?

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    Heard two high level ANC idiots taking about this at the Codfather in Sandton on Thursday. Apparantly they are busy securing a tender in conjunction with SANRAL to update all Gauteng road infrastructure to reduce fuel consumption. Its a huge engineering feat. First in the world actually. All the SANRAL operated roads will be upgraded to downhills. No more up hills on the highway. Means we can coast in neutral most of the time. Means the cars will use less fuel. Citizens Profit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skeptic_SA View Post
    Heard two high level ANC idiots taking about this at the Codfather in Sandton on Thursday. Apparantly they are busy securing a tender in conjunction with SANRAL to update all Gauteng road infrastructure to reduce fuel consumption. Its a huge engineering feat. First in the world actually. All the SANRAL operated roads will be upgraded to downhills. No more up hills on the highway. Means we can coast in neutral most of the time. Means the cars will use less fuel. Citizens Profit.
    Why not just invent a perpetual motion engine that turns the wind into enough energy to power the car as you drive

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