While sitting idle waiting for the Internet to be re-established I unpacked some old boxes and found some historic digital gems… which show how technology has changed in just 25 years.
Following my move to my new home a comedy of lies and errors by Startrack Couriers and Optusnet (Australian companies) resulted in my being unable to gain access to the Internet.
Many health workers are being fired in Limpopo region as corruption and BEE destroy once vibrant municipalities.
We live in interesting times …. let’s see where Ace and David take us.
Black Economic Empowerment is clearly behind the destruction of civilisation in South Africa. This video explains why.
UNSUBSTANTIATED report Eskom has not paid for their oil and oil suppliers have stopped supplying – let’s see where this goes.
Consider the situation of Astral Poultry at Standerton – mirroring what businesses are facing around the country.
Instead of making public statements to provide confidence to a failing state Cyril Ramaphosa is heading off on a junket.
While South Africa implodes like a shattered clay pot Eskom goes to level 6 load shedding and Prasa (a state owned enterprise) is placed under administration.
Trouble around their Richards Bay minesite has led to Rio halting further development in their mining project as strikes and violence now threaten their workers. Over R6 billion lost.
On the grounds of “his health” Zuma has fled South Africa for Cuba claiming that he now needs medical treatment for an old unsubstantiated ailment.
The ANC’s National Executive Committee are now at odds with Cyril Ramaphosa suggesting that the President wants to bring down the ANC.
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The UK Government has announced that it intends to create a fast-track route for migrants in the health service.
Immigration consultants Breytenbachs said that the new fast-track visa has been dubbed the ‘NHS visa’ as it aims to attract more migrants to work in the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK.
What is going on in the Port of Durban, with congestion at the container terminal, managed and operated by Transnet Port Terminals? Ships are delayed outside and others forced to bypass the port, while in the terminal itself, go-slows by discontented staff continue with under-performances in sub-Saharan Africa’s most important port.