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Albert Mamo

Albert Mamo

It's only obvious that the AG is going to cover up as much damning evidence as possible!!! We all knew this from the get go!!! True justice cannot be decided if all the evidence is not heard!!!

29/10/2017

Henry S Pace

Henry S Pace

‘ very capricious and irresponsible use of words ’ As far one is concerned it happens that the FIAU is chaired by the Attorney General Dr Peter Grech. Other comments would be superfluous

29/10/2017

james4usa

james4usa

A NYC Cabbie can win in that Mercedes

24/10/2017

Frank Payne

Frank Payne

And of course Gigaba has a Venezuelan economics “professor” as an advisor!

04/11/2017

Ryckard Blake

Ryckard Blake

Steve Our problem is Corruption, not Communism. As such, you leap from buying reactors we can't afford, from whatever source, to the causes and effects of Venezuela's collapse, is tenuous, at best. Try a more appropriate analogy - say Zimbabwe

02/11/2017

Andy Dinsmore

Andy Dinsmore

Go there Gigabage, it'll fly! Just try keep a straight face

01/11/2017

Teresa

Teresa

Come back, Guy Fawkes - all is forgiven.

01/11/2017

Teresa

Teresa

I wonder: are we, as taxpayers, still paying for Prof Chris Malikane to "advise" our finance minister? https://citizen.co.za/news/south-africa/1500245/gigabas-advisor-warns-s-africans-prepare-worst/

01/11/2017

Jack Klok

Jack Klok

If my memory serves me correctly, Steven Mulholland was one of the editors who paved the way for the ANC to take over power from the Nats because in western liberal democracies the majority is always right. This was done by demonising the Nats and sanctifying the ANC "freedom fighters" Now that we are up the ANC creek without any paddles it has become time to do some introspection and ask ourselves: What were we thinking, what have we wrought? Was apartheid really that bad? Compared to the present chaos they did a remarkable job. At least those guys could count and knew the difference beteen credit and debit. We are in this mess because western liberal governments sacrificed white governance in Southern Africa by throwing them to the wolves in order to absolve themselves from their guilt over colonialism. Now they pontificate over the mess they have created, trying to find scape goats. Is there nobody among the western liberals that have the integrity and courage to admit that they have really screwed up?

31/10/2017

Marty

Marty

I think the problem is - Aeronautics and Newtons law.

31/10/2017

Marty

Marty

There really is no need to insult clowns like that Sunil.

31/10/2017

Sheikyerbooti

Sheikyerbooti

Actually, he's not far wrong. Only 4% out; - SAA PILOTS ASSOCIATION ON WHY WE HAVE FEW BLACK PILOTS AT THE HELM If there is one area where the lack of transformation is glaringly obvious – it’s the aviation industry. The number of pilots from previously disadvantaged communities in South Africa – in comparison to white pilots – is still very low. • According to the 2013/2014 report from the South Africa civil aviation authority, the number of licence holders, excluding cabin crew, was 23 853. Of that amount, 4 443 are represented by foreign nationals and this amounts to 19%. Eighty-nine percent (89%) or (19 410) licence holders are local and these are dominated by white males, with the combined percentage of historically disadvantaged individuals amounting to a mere 8%. Why is the training of black pilots failing to take off? Joining me on the line is South African Pilots’ Association (SAPA), Captain John Harty, on why the numbers of black pilots are so low…

31/10/2017

Scott Gordon

Scott Gordon

The whole speech was rubbish . Then he tried to spin saving SAA on Morning Live . Apart from 'promoting SA food and culture ' , think of all those that would lose their jobs . Do I recall JZ783 promising them all their jobs are safe . Can anyone remember when SAA last made a profit ? All the calls for 'Privatisation ' .....seriously ? Who , why and how would anyone want to buy it ?

31/10/2017

Geoff Smailes

Geoff Smailes

Exactly.

31/10/2017

sunil shah

sunil shah

ARCH clown Gigaba virtually destroyed SA tourism with his unabridged birth certificate policy, whilst serving his illustrious career as Minister of Home Affairs. The policy was termed 'unprecedented' by a number of global airlines, where a child's passport which stated the parents' names was deemed 'insufficient evidence' of the child's paternality. And if this wasnt enough he was flirting with another woman on whatsapp on his nuptial night, a 'NY model' he was having sex with at the tax payer's expense (whilst of course planning his wedding attire) . Tell me Honourable Minister Gigaba, is this the example you wish to give SA's youth. Is this acceptable in your morality? Your Gucci shoes still house your moral footsteps. Ugh! https://www.biznews.com/sa-investing/2017/04/04/sunil-shah-malusi-gigaba/ And to reward him for the major stuff-up at DHA he is promoted to MINISTER OF FINANCE!! one of the most important positions in the land. One would not be unreasonable in asking if the ANC deliberately want to destroy this great country. Poor Mandela, he must be squirming in his grave. And no Gigaba, he wasnt buried in Gucci shoes.

31/10/2017

Odilo von Steinitz

Odilo von Steinitz

With the 5th of November just around the corner, I am beginning to finally understand what motivated Guy Fawkes.

31/10/2017

Jennifer Herman Rudner

Jennifer Herman Rudner

How absolutely frightening. Cry our beloved country

31/10/2017

tongue in cheek

tongue in cheek

yup, 'sleeping beauty' should not be woken by prince putin or darth gupta, but I guess that's too laté

31/10/2017

Johann H

Johann H

The only reason I can think of for keeping on to SAA, is to hide corruption and mismanagement. If it's privatized then the whole can of worms will be opened.

31/10/2017

Νιckary

Νιckary

thinking of Putin and hit squads by Moscow if he doesn't conclude the business. Maybe tired he is now 74 I think with 4 demanding wives you have to be careful.

31/10/2017

nHlanhla

nHlanhla

If a competent [not corrupted person] was put in charge of SAA's procurement/supply chain and NORMAL prices were paid for EVERYTHING SAA purchases - it would be instantaneously profitable. !!!

31/10/2017

nHlanhla

nHlanhla

whilst i have always had lot of time for Mulholland - he's quite WRONG about the ratio of black pilots.

31/10/2017

WHI

WHI

An excellent but also disturbing analysis of what is happening in front of our eyes. There are totally incapable and a lot of crooks in strong political positions in this country. They are certainly not there to manage, govern or serve the people of this country. They are there doing a great job in destructing and destroying what was once a great country.

31/10/2017

Sonia

Sonia

My thoughts too as I read the article. WHEN will justice begin to prevail???? How many articles and comments do we still need before something positive happens??? By the way, the photo of nr 1 asleep: he's actually much more attractive (in more than one way) when he sleeps...........

31/10/2017

Make my day.

Make my day.

Brilliant, as are the cartoons. When will justice prevail though??

31/10/2017

Bert

Bert

The ANC simply needs the Eskom's and SAA's to line their pockets. If the SOE's are all privatised then good governance will be implemented and which will be the end of all the tenderpreneurs.

31/10/2017

Ian Barton

Ian Barton

Good one Steven. One thing is clear and that is wherever you see Russia, America and now China it is because they are after one thing - oil. Do you really think China gives a toss about Angola or Russia for Venezuela? And why would the States bother visiting Zimbabwe - once the bread basket of Africa. So, the ANC (not just Zuma) want to sell us into eternal poverty by pledging our minerals in return for a Nuclear programme. WTF?

31/10/2017

Gavin Fernie

Gavin Fernie

Steve, There is plenty of vigour and vim left in the 'boykie from Point Road!' Well done for giving vent to your spleen over this bunch of corrupt, idiotic, venal and pox-ridden parasites ruining our country in an excellent piece

31/10/2017

frans van erk

frans van erk

And very frightening!

31/10/2017

Barbara Sattler

Barbara Sattler

Whew. Breathless.

30/10/2017

Geoff Coles

Geoff Coles

Excellent!

30/10/2017