Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) CEO Makhosini Msibi received almost R9.3 million in remuneration in the 2020/21 financial year, possibly the highest-paid job in the South African public sector. This is far more than the President's (approximately R3 million), Chief Justice's (approximately R2.9 million), or a provincial premier's (approximately R2.9 million) annual salaries (about R2.3-million).
For the sake of emphasis, GP conference can never be progressive nor work towards the motive forces of the NDR and it's objectives because the other one is a Phala Phala boy whilst the other is a Mafios with Alex beginnings, that is why I'm saying we are going to weaken GP by dividing it going to the December conference not unless a miracle happens that whomever wins the conference maintains ANC identity, and culture in terms of ANC's radical left conference resolutions and policies, then l would be proven wrong.
In Thabo Mbeki we had a brilliant and orderly President, if only President Cyril Ramaphosa assumed Presidency straight after Thabo, South Africa today would be a better place to live in. To whom was Mbeki good? Was he good at alienating people living with HIV and public servants?
Dear Thumamina faction. May you guys provide details and figures of looting of SOEs to NPA as you have been gossiping all these years spreading false information against your comrades. Specific figures and evidence which link the accused to it. Your evidence is needed by public and law enforcement.
What gives Cyril Ramaphosa the right to set rules of engagement alone in the eve of a conference, for who must contest him or not, At least Cyril still have a soft heart for our glorious movement and its country. Unlike some who gave it away for a plate of Curry.
The DA has laid criminal charges against the ANC, alleging that the governing party acted as a criminal syndicate and requested that it be investigated for systemic and calculated racketeering activities over a multitude of years, now we are talking without a doubt the ANC is like a criminal enterprise second to none, this is not up for debate.
Eskom has been the victim of numerous irregularities, the same irregularities that have led to the company's demise. Many state-owned firms, like Eskom, are impacted by government officials' wrongdoing. Furthermore, this has exacerbated the running of Eskom and its incapacity to sustain itself and always need government assistance and bailouts during any budget year.
The regional elections campaign especially the support showed toward Thulajay is an indication that the region can overcome the permanent division that has robbed us of service delivery unfortunately, I'm not particularly impressed by a cosmetic unity without purpose for our sakes I hope there is a purpose to supporting the team and for them wanting to lead even if no clear vision and intent was shared, the knowledge of the history and the political battles between comrades in their quest to lead the ANC in the region, suggests nothing in terms of what to expect when the same person is a leader.
LoadShedding is a burden that South Africa is faced with, Eskom is facing challenges with eradicating LoadShedding due to poor maintenance on their machines and irregular spending. Eskom has now turned into one of the SOEs that are deteriorating and always seeking financial help from the government. The electricity generating company has been affected by state capture which then led to them being unable to keep up with the electricity demands hence they are always implementing different stages of power cuts.
South Africa's electricity generating company, Eskom, has encountered significant difficulties in meeting the full power generation capacity required to keep the lights on continuously. Throughout all fiscal years, Eskom seeks a bailout from the government, but the company fails to generate profits and operates independently of government intervention.
Why the government's public-sector problems are more serious than the wage bill The government employs approximately 13% of all workers in the country, including state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and technocrats who run government departments alongside ministers, while paying 33% of all wages. The South African government employs 1.2 million people in total, with less than two-thirds of this group - 65 percent - being frontline workers such as teachers and nurses.
The question is; What will be left for black South Africans? Black South Africans find themselves having to fight for survival in their country. Foreigners are used in SOEs and private corporations to carry out the dirty work for politians and private sector and they are nothing but for themselves too.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has vowed to alternate the photograph of nation-owned organizations (SOEs) and repair their credibility, which became absolutely destroyed all through the generation of nation seize withinside the us of a. Ramaphosa pledged, after Acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo – who headed the Commission into allegations of nation seize – exceeded reviews to him, wherein he gave an in depth account of the way SOEs, specifically Denel, SAA, and Transnet, had been utilized by a “crook syndicate” to launder cash from them.
The purpose for which these public institutions were created was to ensure the attainment of grand economies of scale, job opportunities, wealth creation, economic growth and socio-economic development. IN THE MIDST of searching for sustainable solutions to rehabilitate state-owned enterprises (SOEs) from the quagmire of prevalent mismanagement and governance deficiencies, accompanied by a dearth of leadership, rethinking and re-imagining their revival and recovery strategies is imperative for the government to determine their fate.
I fail to understand why many feel aggrieved by Thuma Mina ANC partner DA, otherwise known as DANC when Cyril is responsible for 74% youth unemployment and 64% black poverty. It's even worse, Cyril is selling what's supposedly should be employment institutions in SOES after when he said government is not responsible for employmentI hope you guys can now connect the dots especially slow learners, kleva blacks nothing wrong that DA is doing which is no different from Cyril's modus operandi how could you guys complain about just over hundred jobs when Cyril is responsible for the above mentioned, and you see nothing wrong with him but complains when Thuma mina partner is upholding what Cyril is famous of through DANC partnership, how many jobs that Cyril has saved and or created so far except for the imaginary one million jobs he created in Stellenbosch, have you ever seen the jobs ?
The problem with textbook socialism is that people are not critical thinkers to understand the economic priorities of the state some ill informed individuals in their attempt to discredit certain ANC leaders, will go very far to support a poorly taught business models that makes SAA forever a black hole to treasury.
The City of Tshwane was on fire on Wednesday as it reportedly embarked on its revenue collection from the community members who were inclusive of residents , business owners , as well as government entities . It was made known in the report that the City of Tshwane made it known that it would embark on revenue collection , beginning with business entities and government establishments owing the City of Tshwane .The City of Tshwane reportedly warned that it would be going out to every owing entity including businesses , government and SOEs disconnecting services without fear or favour .In accordance with the report , it was stated that the Department of Infrastructure Development owed the City of Tshwane .
The Jacob Zuma Foundation has hit back at the ultra-modern country seize file from the Zondo commission, which become launched on Tuesday evening, saying that it might are seeking felony consultation on a way to appropriately cope with its findings. The Presidency released the third instalment of the damning record on Tuesday, which covered 4 hefty volumes, and deals completely with corruption allegations towards Bosasa.
The South African attacked cabinet and its members as welcome conclusion and purchase of sales of agreements and someone said that, this is what they wanted all along, and this was posted on Twitter that, Privatized! Cabinet welcomes conclusion of purchase and sales agreement for SAA Someone also said on Twitter that, There is too much ignorance on these streets.
Parliament's portfolio board of trustees on open endeavors says the finish of the South African Express (SAX) Airline liquidation interaction can act as an example in how the state ought to run state-possessed elements (SOEs) and stay away from future terminations. The neighborhood carrier, which zeroed in on trips to more modest towns in South Africa, has been in temporary liquidation since April 2020.