Want ek kan doen met ‘n miljoen, of straks ‘n biljoen! Met ‘n goedgemikte stem in die komende verkiesing, dalk selfs ‘n triljoen.
In die sestiger jare was beroepsvoorligting se klem op die staat. Dit was waar die sekuriteit in ‘n beroepskeuse gelê het. Die privaatsektor was wisselvallig en ‘n beroep, hoewel in terme van inkomste meer rooskleurig, nie so standvastig soos in die staat nie. In beide areas was korrupsie, diefstal en vergrype ‘n rariteit.
Na die moord op dr. Verwoerd op 6 September 1966, het daar ‘n merkbare verandering in Suid Afrika ingetree. Verandering was die slagkreet! Alles moes verander. Verandering wat toe stelselmatig toegepas is deur veral die kerk en staat is deur kultuur, onderwys en Universiteit aanvaar. Die gepropageerde oogmerk van ‘n “demokrasie”, rasseharmonie, vrede en voorspoed wat aan die wêreld voorgehou is as rolmodel viir die sukses vir multikulturalisme, lê na 24 jaar se ononderbroke agteruitgang in stof en as!
Kerk en volksleiers van gister se begrip van God se skeppingsorde, saamgelees met ervaring vanuit die geskiedenis word as misleiding beskou en die voorspoed, genade en ontferming van ons hemelse Vader onder hulle leiding ontken. Die verval en toenemende agteruitgang word nou tot verstomming aan die kapstok van daardie leiding gehang deur die postmoderne “gelowiges”
Die wortel van alle kwaad het egter met die veranderde nuwe bedeling sterk na vore gekom en is op elke lewensterrein, ja ook en dalk veral in die kerkgodsdienstige millieu al hoe meer sigbaar! Deur die golf te ry, “reg” te stem en die oë te sluit vir die ongeregtigheid wat deur die verandering nou die bo-toon voer, is die tafel gedek vir die grootste sedelike en morele verval in ons volk se geskiedenis.
Daar is steeds talle Afrikaners wat ten spyte van die sigbare verval die VF-Positief en die DA as ‘n oplossing sien. Hulle aanvaarding van die verandering en derhalwe deelname aan die verslegting van alles in Suid Afrika word nie verreken in die aandeel wat dit het in die verstewiging van die greep van ons vyande op die Afrikanervolk nie!
In die Engelse koerant South Africa Today verskyn ‘n artikel wat die DA/EFF alliansie beskuldig as sou hulle betrokke wees by leuens en korrupsie van 1.2 biljoen rand in ‘n transaksie met GladAfrika. Verder is fooie tussen R2000 en R4000 per uur vir GladAfrica om bekwame proffessionele projekbestuurders, Ingenieurs, boekhouers en regsadviseurs te kontrakteer, aan die orde.
Daar wor verder verwys na ‘n verdere R52miljoen en R2.17miljoen waarby On-Point Engineers waarin Malema se Ratanang Familietrust belang het reeds uit 2009 dateer.
As materiële voorspoed dus jou dryfveer is in beroepsbepaling, is in die huidige tydsgewrig, ‘n pos in die staat die aangewese rigting. Indien ‘n “normale” inkomste van nagenoeg R100,000.00p/m nie genoeg is nie dan kan jy mik vir ‘n ministerspos waar die toekenning van tenders of kontrakte betrokke is ter aanvulling. Die soustrein is lank en wyd. Sy spoor loop regdeur Suid Afrika en sommer bo-oor Suid Afrika. Stem dus reg en Suid Afrika weg. Bly daar weg en help ons vasstaan op ons reg! Hierdie Land is Óns Land! Moenie deel hê aan die uitverkoping daarvan nie.
little help from the DA
Opinion by Unknown
February 28, 20190
THE DA IS GUILTY OF SOME PRETTY SERIOUS CRIMES, I WOULD CALL IT TERRORIST FINANCING TO THE VICIOUSLY FACIST EFF.
This is the charge I make. Now prove me wrong. Here are the facts.
The DA went into an agreement with the EFF after the 2016 local government election as the DA did not have the required 50 % to govern alone and needed the EFF’s support .That is how DA mayors came to power in Tshwane, Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth.
In January 2017 Tshwane DA mayor Solly Msimanga appointed a new City Manager for Tshwane, a man who had never worked in local government – Moeketsi Mosola.
The DA and Msimanga lies started immediately.
The DA and their cheerleaders said at the time that Mosola was the best man for the job and an example of black exellence in management. The fact of the matter was that Msimanga tore up the shortlist of 5 suitably qualified people and then went headhunting and in the end appointed Mosola.
What Msimanga did not tell us at the time is that this was an EFF condition for their continued support. Mosola was about to become the EFF’s Mr 10%.
Mosola appointed GladAfrica in November 2017 to act as the City of Tshwane’s outsourced Project Management unit – PMU for short. The Sunday Times has reported on the GladAfrica deal for 3 Sundays in August 2018 and it is a real trough eating exercise. The long suffering City of Tshwane ratepayers gets fleeced in 2 different ways. First GladAfrica takes a 10% commission of each project it manages for the City which will amount to R1, 2 billion out of a total infrastructure budget of R12 billion. GladAfrica also charges the city between R2,000 and R4,000 an hour for contracting skilled professionals such as engineers, project managers, accountants and legal experts.
In 2009, the Limpopo Department of Road and Transport set up a Programme Management Unit (PMU) to take over many of the department’s functions in planning, contracting for and overseeing road works. In a twist at odds with Malema’s stance on nationalisation, it outsourced the running of the unit to On-Point Engineers for three years at a fee of R52 million. The Ratanang Family Trust, founded by Malema, held shares in On-Point Engineering. Malema benefitted through On-Point Engineers through regular dividend payments that he received from On-Point Engineers.
Thuli Madonsela found that On-Point paid R2.17 Million through R100,000-a-month dividends into Malema’s Ratanang Family Trust over 17 months. It is not far fetched to imagine that Mosola was the EFF’s trojan horse to kick back tender money to the EFF. To this day no proper investigation into this possibility was done. If you take the circumstantial evidence, then its clear that the EFF protected Mosola all the way.
The EFF brought a MONC – Motion of No Confidence in Solly Msimanga in late August 2018 which was defeated on technical grounds. This after Msimanga announced an investigation into the GladAfrica tender and wanted to suspend Mosola. So the EFF was protecting Mosola, that was clear.
After the EFF’s theatrical performance in late August in the Tshwane council chambers – their MONC which was not really designed to succeed – mayor Msimanga said he will reach out to the EFF and talk with them. And low and behold Mosola was not suspended and remained in his office even whilst the investigation over the GladAfrica matter was conducted by his deputy.
The Auditor General in January 2019 found that the Glad Africa tender was irregular. By then the ratepayers of Tshwane had already spent R500 million for middleman consultancy services. It was announced 2 days ago by the new DA mayor Stevens Mokgalapa that the GladAfrica tender was cancelled.
The ANC also claimed that another R250 million was reserved and set aside as a golden handshake to GladAfrica, bringing the total to R750 million spent on GladAfrica – and for what you might ask? Take note this is 3 times what Nkandla cost. The EFF who so vociferously defended Mosola before was suspiciously quiet about the cancellation of the GladAfrica tender, leading me to believe they already got their cut.
It was also reported by the amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism last year that a company called Afrirent scored a R1, 26 billion tender from the City of Johannesburg for fleet management services. Financial records show that as the rain was about to fall for Afrirent, it transferred R500 000 in two tranches to a company fronted by Julius Malema’s cousin but used as a “slush fund” for the EFF and Malema.
Conclusion: It was comprehensively proven that a City of Johannesburg tender, where the DA is ultimately in charge , gave the EFF and Malema a R500 000 windfall. How much did they get from GladAfrica?
DA covers up GladAfrica scandal. Has the whole council been bought?
Opinion by Unknown
March 2, 2019
Much has been reported about the City of Tshwane’s tender with the company GladAfrica to provide consultancy and project management services for the City. Important to take note is that GladAfrica does not build any infrastructure projects for the City but only takes a cut of 10 % on the value of infrastructure projects and then sub contract out the actual work to companies that can actually perform the duties.
As previously reported the City Manager Moeketsi Mosola irregularly and illegally entered into the tender with GladAfrica and up untill now GladAfrica was paid at least R500 million – that is 2 Nkandlas – for basically giving some advice, not actual building work.
It was just announced by the new DA mayor Stevens Mokgalapa that the GladAfrica contract was terminated after the Auditor General found it to be irregular and illegal.
The Sowetan reported and I quote: “I am pleased to announce my intention to terminate the consultancy agreement between the City of Tshwane and GladAfrica Project Managers by mutual consent on 30 June 2019,” said Mokgalapa.
Mokgalapa said it was anticipated that at the end of the 2018/2019 financial year-end, an additional R250m will be incurred. He said he would ask council on Thursday that the recommendations of the auditor-general’s report on the city’s financial statements, relating to GladAfrica and all other irregular expenditure, be implemented.
GladAfrica and the city have been at the centre of allegations of tender irregularities since last year. The firm was given a mandate to provide the city with project management support. In a statement released yesterday, GladAfrica confirmed the agreement. “We acknowledge the decision by the municipality to entrust us with the responsibility of concluding outstanding projects until the end of June 2019.” [END OF SOWETAN REPORT]
Talk about smoke and mirrors. Mosola is widely believed to be an EFF stooge and that his appointment as City Manger was a condition for the EFF supporting a DA member to become mayor of Tshwane. So the total amount that will eventually be spent on GladAfrica is indeed R750 million – 3 Nkandlas.
Under the DA’s watch!
Today EWN reported the following: “City manager Moeketsi Mosola has now be commissioned with the procurement of a new service provider. Mokgalapa said his administration will look into building in-house capacity for project management. “There are no terms and conditions. What GladAfrica will do is to finalise the invoices that they already have at the moment. They will work on what we call task orders and they will finalise those.” [ End of EWN report ]
Can you believe this?
So the man who was responsible for the irregular and illegal appointment of GladAfrica, a man appointed by the previous DA mayor Solly Msimanga – Moeketsi Mosola – gets to appoint another project manager – or middleman – after irregularly and illegally paying the previous middleman consultancy R750 million! This does not reek of a cover up. This IS a cover up.
And now it is also clear that the DA extracted Solly Msimanga and parachuted in another man – Stevens Mokgalapa – to execute the cover up so that the cover up can not eventually be traced back to Solly Msimanga since he is the DA’s candidate for mayor of Gauteng
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