Ekonomiese plundering en rewolusie – alles word gekaap. Verwys na die ANC se 1955 manifes. Daar is geen staatsbeheerde organisasie wat nie al leeg geplunder of tot niet is nie, in die afgrond in bestuur sedert 1994. Bewilliging van fondse kom uit die staatskas uit en dis leeg. Hoe herstel mens so iets wat met opset gebreek word, gesaboteer is en dit beteken terrorisme. Dit gaan verder, die regeringsdepartemente, provinsie en munisipaliteite is nie ver agter nie, inteendeel, baie het nie water nie, terwyl sommige elites net pluk van die B-BBEE bome – alles is leeg geplunder ?
Die staatskas is reeds leeggesteel en om drastiese stappe te neem om iets te red, beteken nog geld erens wat gebruik gaan word waarop die regering hul oog het en dit het hul reeds genoem: pensioene, waarvoor die ou mense hard aan gewerk het en wat maar ‘n klein inkomste kry om te oorleef en natuurlik ook mediese fondse. Onteiening sal voortgaan nes swart bemagtiging voortbou op aftakeling. Hoe meer plase en eiendom genasionaliseer word, hoe groter die slag. Algehele huurpagstelsel aan een regering. Dit is bolsjevisme. Hoe diep daal hierdie regering om armes se geld te steel nie, maar hulle is nie alleen hierin nie? Moenie vir een oomblik dink dit gaan die SOE’s red nie, sou dit gebeur is daar meer as een slang in die gras. Hulle wil juis die mag en kontrole oor almal uitoefen.
Die vraag is – Hoekom neem die regering nie die pensioene van raadslede en minister nie en red wat daar te redde is? Niks van die regering of plaaslike owerhede werk in elk geval nie, so hoekom verdien hierdie mense ‘n inkomste met groot salarisse en het vet pensioene wat hul wegbere?
Dink nie die regering het die kennis of die wil om enige van hierdie staatsbeheerde organisasies te red nie, maar net verder af te breek en te plunder en nog meer geld in te palm. Die uitvoerende bestuur en personeel eien hulself miljoene rande aan salarisse en bonusse, terwyl hulle niks doen vir daardie organisasie nie.
Dis wat die blanke liberales by Kodesa en selfs in Dakar en ander plekke beplan het. t Asook diegene wat hand op die blaas is met Soros en sy Cato Instituut.
Soweto is not the only one that do not pay their Electrical bills. Eskom has predicted it will lose R21 billion after tax in this financial year – yet it has written off R3.6 billion of the spiralling debt owed by Soweto.
When a government ratifies a human rights treaty, it assumes a legal obligation to respect, protect, and fulfill the rights contained in the treaty. Governments are obligated to make sure that human rights are protected by both preventing human rights violations against people within their territories and providing effective remedies for those whose rights are violated.
Corruption and Crime – Human right abuses
Is not only Eskom … SAA .. SABC ..
Can we call it all WAR CRIMES – the violation of human rights? that started already with the Anglo Boer Wars – What on earth can we as Afrikaners and Boers call the following different scenarios that followed?
ANC – Lethuli-house can of worms – “Nyani skeletons” – so-called “apartheid” (segregation) and ‘white privileges”
The sanctions were targeted at brothers Atul, Ajay and Rajesh Gupta, and South African businessman Salim Essa. They are accused of using their friendship with Zuma – there are more names, South Africa’s former president, to profit financially and influence ministerial appointments. Zuma was not the only one in this corruption folder. When Ramaphosa entered, he promised to end the corruption and crime, but so far, nothing happened – he only appointed ‘flag” Commissions to tell stories what they did and some of them are living in denial.
US: Financial and Travel Sanctions against Guptas in SA and US – Corruption and Human Rights Violations
“It’s clearly a full-blown crisis now, not only for Eskom and the economy, but for all of us, the citizens in South Africa. Loadshedding was all well planned by those that did it and also the previous years since 2008 alread.
Various businesses and especially mine companies, like Petra Diamonds Ltd (PDL.L) said it was in the process of halting operations at its Cullinan, Finsch and Koffiefontein mines after Eskom asked the miner to reduce its electricity load.
What is ongoing at most municpalities, it is not only Pretoria / Tshwane metro – but others too.
“There’s been precious little communication from the president’s office or from senior cabinet ministers over the last five days. It really undermines the simultaneous efforts to reform SAA and Prasa because international investors will be focusing on Eskom,” Silke said.
Earlier, his transport minister appointed an independent adviser to manage the country’s passenger rail firm, just days after a decision to place South African Airways (SAA) into business rescue – a form of bankruptcy protection.
Cash-strapped and heavily indebted, state companies including SAA, Eskom, defense firm Denel and Passenger Rail Agency South Africa (Prasa) have become a major headache for Ramaphosa as he seeks to reverse years of stagnant growth.
State energy company Eskom said it would cut up to 6,000 megawatts (MW) of power from the national grid after heavy rain and flooding triggered failures at its 4,800 MW Medupi plant, disrupting supplies to businesses and households across the country.
The cut is the largest since Eskom introduced a program of rolling blackouts, known locally as load-shedding, in 2008, rattling already shaky investor sentiment towards the country.
Medupi is one of South Africa’s newer coal-burning plants which, along with the Kusile Power Station, were touted as a solution to the country’s woes when construction began a decade ago.
But both mega projects, the largest of their kind in the southern hemisphere, have been plagued by mismanagement, unplanned breakdowns and ballooning costs.
“The situation at Medupi, the engineering and design problems are very serious, said Ted Blom, an energy expert and a former Eskom manager. “At Kusile, the situation is even more dire.”
The decision to place SAA into business rescue was the “only way to secure its survival”, Ramaphosa said in his weekly newsletter on Monday, adding that the move demonstrated the government’s resolve.
“We will not allow any of these strategic entities to fail. Rather, we need to take all necessary steps – even drastic ones – to restore them to health,” he said.
But the struggling state firms are being kept afloat with bailouts that the government is growing increasingly reluctant to grant.
SAA has been on the brink of collapse since a crippling strike last month left it without enough money to pay salaries on time and two major travel insurers stopped covering its tickets against the risk of insolvency.
Eskom, which produces more than 90% of the country’s power, is also surviving on government money, with the treasury granting it 69 billion rand ($4.69 billion) in 2019 alone.
Corruption is just endless with the ANC and their kadres.
A virtually unknown BEE holding company that was involved in the construction of Eskom’s giant power station has landed a judgment worth more than R250 million against its former American partners – after a five-year legal wrangle.
On Friday the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) said the New York listed SPX Technologies must pay South African company Termico R256 million, plus interest for the last three years, as well as the cost of the appeal it took to secure the money.
Termico was the 25.1% empowerment shareholder in DB Technologies, a sub-contractor that helped to build parts of the Kusile and Medupi power stations for Eskom. SPX held the remaining shares. When Termico bought that stake at the end of 2006, it was owned by four individuals.
The empowerment company paid R19.7 million for its shares, the SCA judgment shows, through a loan from the seller SPX. Despite trouble with the Eskom contracts, DB Technologies appears to have profited handsomely from its work in South Africa, with revenue shooting up from R250 million in 2007 to R2.4 billion by 2012.
It is 74,9%-owned by SPX Corporation, of the US and 25,1%-owned by black empowered Termico. Termico is owned by Imogen Mkhize, Dr. Sibusiso Sibisi, Tembisa Dingaan and Winnie Kunene.