“Die Gupta’s is seker ook nou deel van die multi-laterale ooreenkomste” en seer sekerlik dan die “kaping van alles en korrupsie kanale wat so oop is vir almal om te vat en weg te dra” – daar is nog baie meer hieroor .. en as mens mooi gaan sit en dink waarheen al hierdie geld heengaan … na al die elites en al hul multi-laterale gesprekke…
Ramaphosa and Gupta to Japan before he became president
Dit het toe begin – by die kommunis – hulle maatskappye in SA steun ook Swart bemagtiging …
Japan and South Africa interact through various bilateral and multilateral forums. The Japan-South Africa Partnership Forum has been held regularly at ministerial level since it was launched in 1999. The forum was agreed upon as a bilateral framework for policy dialogue and cooperation when (then) Deputy President Thabo Mbeki visited Japan in April 1998, with a common recognition that the two countries should closely cooperate towards the resolution of global challenges.
Japan was the third largest export destination and the fifth largest import source for South Africa in 2012. Major export items from South Africa to Japan in 2012 included platinum (47%), iron ore (15%), ferro-alloys (6%), and passenger cars (6%); while major import items from Japan included original equipment components (34%), passenger cars (12%), earth-moving machinery (5%), and goods’ transport vehicles (5%).
MarPless was established in South Africa in 1993 by way of a joint collaboration between Marubeni Corporation Japan and Plessey (Pty) Ltd in South Africa. It implements large scale IT Turnkey Solutions, specialising in biometric technology by sourcing superior global products, in conjunction with our own in-house customised development. The core focus of our ID management solutions is population movement, as well as control and security, for both public and private sectors.
The company is BBBEE certified and both MarPless and its shareholders are committed to the South African Government’s Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment policies and Codes of Good Practice. MarPless’ combined product and implementation services, project management and ongoing maintenance offering, focuses predominantly on:
• Large scale Automated Fingerprint Identification (AFIS) system implementations
• Live Data Capture (LDC) system implementations using biometrics
• E Passport Production systems using bespoke Japanese technology
• Wide area security monitoring systems
• Secure border management, visas, photo quality and facial recognition, as well as mobile large scale system solutions
The latest addition to MarPless’ service offering is Online Verification (ONLV), which enables commercial and public sectors to limit and mitigate the current risks
surrounding identity theft and fraud.
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1955 ANC FREEDOM CHARTER
Ambassador Nkosi addresses Public Seminar on Multilateralism & South African Foreign Policy