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Compensation fund fails audit again

The Auditor-General of South Africa has issued a disclaimer of opinion against the Compensation Fund – this is the worst possible finding the AG could make and follows four years of qualified audits. The findings by the Auditor General confirm that the fund is in a state of chaos. The situation is currently so problematic…

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Electronic visas – A missed opportunity for South African tourism

The Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, and Minister of Tourism, Derek Hanekom, have failed to safeguard the long-term security of the South African tourism industry by refusing to halt the implementation of electronic visas. I will today, in terms of the Parliamentary rules, request that the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Tourism, Beatrice…

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There is clear evidence the Department of Military Veterans is in meltdown

Today the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, informed Parliament that she is unable to table the annual report, financial statements and audit report of the Department of MilitaryVeterans. The delay in tabling reports is clear evidence that the Department of Military Veterans is in meltdown. The Speaker of the National Assembly, Baleka…

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GP Water Crisis: ANC blocks water delivery

Today, in Tsakane, DA efforts to deliver water in multiple water tankers to people still living without water was viciously blocked by the ANC. Due to nothing short of political violence by ANC members, we were not able to deliver water to residents who cannot cook, clean and take care of the elderly and young,…

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Ellen Tshabalala: Not just under qualified, but overpaid too

The SABC’s Annual Report tabled in Parliament yesterday reveals that its controversial Chairperson, Ellen Tshabalala, was paid nearly R 1 million last year. This is almost double the amount paid to her predecessor. In 2013/14 Ms. Tshabalala was paid R 936 000 for chairing just 34 SABC Board meetings and attending 36 Board committee meetings…

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