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moloko clement

moloko clement

komphela was a bad choice frm de begining

05/11/2015

Welkom Olifant

Welkom Olifant

parklands college Let's stop booing our players p/z

05/11/2015

Lovo Lava

Lovo Lava

O tla kora e se kgale

05/11/2015

Djento Lovanco

Djento Lovanco

parklands Maybe this week he wll beat pirates let wait n see

05/11/2015

michael sambu

michael sambu

Steve is out of plans and I don't think he will manage to beat pirates

05/11/2015

Linda Boyce

Linda Boyce

Raising taxes is just plain dumb and, in the end, probably more destructive than useful. It may well start with the wealthy, but it still will not be enough to cover our ballooning debt, so will insidiously creep to taxing the the middle class more. The emergent middle class are not that solidly established and will find their newly acquired status rather more precarious. What needs to be addressed is corruption, waste, theft and general mismanagement. Here, there is no political will the whatsoever on the part of the government, and still too many voters who do not have the political nous to hold the government to account, or envisage a future with another party at the helm. While the billions lost to malfeasance and incompetence, which includes a bloated parliament and civil service, will not solve every economic problem we face, it will go a long way to doing so. The #feesmustfall group are, I think, totally missing the point. That money would be better spent on upgrading primary and secondary education. Tertiary students who qualify should be assisted as much as possible, but we also need the old colleges back to train artisans. Like it or not, we cannot have a glut of graduates unable to find work, but we do need properly qualified plumbers, bricklayers, electricians, welders, etc. These artisans, in addition, if they are competent enough, could start their own businesses and, if the government undertook major public works programmes, would find themselves more employable. Even if the ANC is voted out in the next elections, it might take decades to return to economic health owing to the utterly parlous state we find ourselves in. Truly a disgraceful situation.

31/10/2017

voter

voter

I totally disagree. Any increased tax collections will be completely offset by the impact of existing and accelerating non compliance by tax payers. We all know that no matter how much tax revenue accrues to the ANC government a major portion will be stolen. There needs to be a change of leadership and an elimination of wastage to get SA back on a even footing. There needs to be a massive cut in government in terms of people just for starters. You could halve the number of politicians and there would be immediate positive financial benefit

31/10/2017

Tony Fisher

Tony Fisher

In spite of the generous salaries they get paid, cutting back on the politicians won't make a very large difference, since they are relatively few in number. On the other hand, trimming in the area of the public service seems a much more viable proposition. Where the middle-management levels there are paid lower (but still quite generous) salaries, they make up for it by sheer weight of numbers. It is sometimes claimed that the lower levels (eg working police, teaching and nursing staff) are both over-worked and under-paid.

30/10/2017

upyourbum

upyourbum

Only a regime change can save South Africa now..

30/10/2017

robert

robert

Spoken like a true tax collector. There is one thing you missed. The tax paying public don't want to solve this problem. They're sick of death of paying exorbitant taxes to fund corruption. Government expenditure must be cut back massively. This is the only way it will work.

30/10/2017

Barbara Sattler

Barbara Sattler

That's it!

30/10/2017

Vortigern

Vortigern

Hiking taxes has never really worked except for a short term bump in revenue that is quickly ironed out. Look at US income over the last ten decades throughout variable tax rates and the revenue ratio is very similar (after accounting for currency changes and population size fluctuations). Hiking taxes reduces GDP growth and increases unemployment, and thus revenue soon balances out. The only way out is to dramatically reduce government spending and in SA this means a huge reduction in government staffing and an across-the-board cut in government salaries. This is political suicide, especially with the looming ANC conference and crucial national elections in 2 years. Thus it won't happen. The final solution is to embrace a highly innovative new economic programme that cuts away dead wood (breaking up giant state conglomerates), simplifying and streamlining business red-tape and labour law, and giving a huge boost to small and medium business initiatives through direct investment and loan initiatives. This will cost a lot and might need funding from the BRICS partners and outside investors, will be politically sensitive (cannot be hobbled by exotic BEE limitations and social engineering experiments) and will only show positive effects after about 3 years. But it is a more viable long term plan for any government that doesn't wish to preside over a general economic collapse after 2020 and a Venezuela/Zimbabwe remix (which in SA will be far bloodier and more violent than in those states).

30/10/2017

Paul Chinchen

Paul Chinchen

Oh, and bye the way: Yes, diching cialism does mean ditching the anc.

30/10/2017

Paul Chinchen

Paul Chinchen

Instead of committing to low growth for the next decade we should ditch socialism. Growth in the economy is the answer but growth will only occur in a thoroughly transformed free-market without government dabbling in the economy. college

30/10/2017

Thomas Edison

Thomas Edison

Reasoned like a real financial ignoramus. The solution to the problem is for the government to spend much less. Cut paid politicians by 50% and cut all civil service and politicians salaries by 5% and we balance the budget in an investor friendly manner. New taxes and more taxes is not the solution.

30/10/2017

james mason

james mason

‘The current tax base is adequate for South Africa’s needs’ - a questionable statement in my view. And seriously, what do you think will become of the theoretical billions raised through extra taxation? I’ll tell you: squandered, stolen, anything but used to meaningfully help the country.

30/10/2017

David Chitate

David Chitate

Joisi kana Rekisi akange ayine munin'ina enda unogarwa nhaka ubviswe ngura yakukupengesa pamwe ungadzikame

23/10/2017

Servias Munyanyiri

Servias Munyanyiri

So confused indeed

23/10/2017

Claude Nyangani

Claude Nyangani

circus in opposition political parties.

23/10/2017

Munhava Yebenzi Munezvese

Munhava Yebenzi Munezvese

This woman is in for a shock come 2018.

23/10/2017

Tapfuma T Tangwena

Tapfuma T Tangwena

Power hungry woman

23/10/2017

George Gwenzi

George Gwenzi

my choice, my voice,my Joice , my vote ibandla labathu

23/10/2017

Schomani Andrew Ncube

Schomani Andrew Ncube

Kkkkkkkk mhata imhata chete ,,,' Hure ihure chete amai ava variconfused

23/10/2017

Robie Mutimusakwa

Robie Mutimusakwa

Tsvina yakachinja,chero ikaita yamaguava or yemango tsvina itsvina,mai ava muzanu pf akakwana muvhunzo wangu unoti kudai vasina kuita zvekutandaniswa kuzanu vaizobvako vega here

23/10/2017

Chimurenga Gandanga Gurus

Chimurenga Gandanga Gurus

Mahumbwe aya adii kurima

23/10/2017

Joe Saliba

Joe Saliba

So the man ran a body shop (panel beater for you)

31/10/2017

Victor Agius

Victor Agius

It appears he does`nt like Sushi and he prefers Who`s She

31/10/2017

moloko clement

moloko clement

my you soul RIP, stupid lazy mother!

07/11/2015

john nkosi

john nkosi

Very bad where was d mother every careless mom

07/11/2015

justin

justin

Eish y Mara mamae le ene ASA ikisi sedibeng a romela ngoana

07/11/2015

Fokofpolisiekar

Fokofpolisiekar

This is sad

07/11/2015

bubu love

bubu love

thats very sad. May his dear soul rest in peace

07/11/2015