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  1. MichaelfromKlerksdorp

    19 April 2019 @ 5:13 pm
  2. It seem generations do not learn from past mistakes. Take Zimbabwe for example: since the 2000 govt-sponsored land-grab, their Govt tried their very best to create an economic basket-case example, for the purpose for the rest of world's academics to kindly use during economic studies/teachings. Very noble of Zimbabwe to do this. They succeeded, with the economic results clear today, and we all can learn. Except, SA govt cannot learn...instead, they want to improve on Zimbabwe's basket-case example.
  3. Agent Smith

    19 April 2019 @ 5:02 pm
  4. Oh really, what was factually incorrect about President Trump's tweet?
  5. Africa Pragmatist

    19 April 2019 @ 4:52 pm
  6. Too little education Too little foresight Too little wisdom Too much corruption Then you have the ANC described above Then you have our Eskom situation.
  7. gary101

    19 April 2019 @ 4:28 pm
  8. LMAO
  9. Chris Stoffel

    19 April 2019 @ 4:07 pm
  10. Another advert. Geezzzz.
  11. Chris Stoffel

    19 April 2019 @ 3:59 pm
  12. Mmusi Maimane talks a lot. He is looking for attention. He should tell us more about the DA's idea about land reform and BEE and how they are going to tax the taxpayers dry and stuff like that.
  13. Chris Stoffel

    19 April 2019 @ 3:55 pm
  14. I don't think this was 'planned'. Unless Eskom 'planned' their failure?
  15. Chris Stoffel

    19 April 2019 @ 3:49 pm
  16. My opinion about Eskom and the ANC can't be posted here. I will be banned.
  17. Advisor1

    19 April 2019 @ 12:02 pm
  18. Eskom needing urgent new loans to finance loans coming due is confirmation that neither Eskom nor the Government know what they are doing. Unbelievable !
  19. chilecheese

    19 April 2019 @ 11:54 am
  20. Eskom is rolling cash. They need this money to service their loans and then they borrow more to pay salaries.
  21. Sensei

    19 April 2019 @ 11:46 am
  22. They are not bailing out Eskom. They plunder the taxpayer to bail out BEE schemes that depend on Eskom. Eskom is merely the conduit, the tentacles of the BEE parasite. This parasitic BEE infection turned Luthuli House into a graveyard for zombies. The parasite took over the entire country. Soon it will suck the purchasing power out of the currency and spit out 20 million diseased and starving ANC supporters.
  23. MichaelfromKlerksdorp

    19 April 2019 @ 11:26 am
  24. OK, fair enough. So this means that R17bn could've been spent on uplifting the poor (majority electorate) on various social programs(?) Expect more social unrest going forward....
  25. Gismho

    19 April 2019 @ 10:12 am
  26. Eskom's management will be pleased about this. Now further performance bonuses can be paid and friends and family can resume their tenderpreneurship.

    19 April 2019 @ 9:49 am
  28. People can learn about bitcoin in South Africa at our website, we have tons of information pages and blog posts for people to learn everything about bitcoin.
  29. PJJ

    19 April 2019 @ 9:45 am
  30. Depends where you live. If you live in Norway its safe to say its a 99% Hydro powered car. At my house my EV will be a 70% Solar powered car. EV's are energy agnostic, they don't care where the power comes from, just keep your source of power CO2 free as much as possible and we will get there sooner or later.
  31. Zokey

    19 April 2019 @ 6:22 am
  32. Do you mean "coal fired" electric cars ????
  33. Zokey

    19 April 2019 @ 6:18 am
  34. I saw it coming !!
  35. Zokey

    19 April 2019 @ 6:17 am
  36. You should 1st pay off your debt. Most of the times your debt interest is at a higher interest rate, so buy paying off higher (guaranteed interest) all you have to beat is the real inflation rate that is 8%. Most times your debt interest (amount) is also higher than your savings interest. Example a bond payment for the first 5 years is almost all interest. So you pay R 10,000 a month and some unscrupulous broker sells you a retirement annuity. You are paying R 10,000 a month and making R 7.55 a month. See the difference?? Oh but I am saving on tax. YES and losing on interest. You need Financial Fitness. Dr. Debt
  37. MichaelfromKlerksdorp

    18 April 2019 @ 9:04 pm
  38. Zimbabwe has virtually DISAPPEARED off the global radar. (It's economy is about the size of Durban/Ethekwini) Zim land-grabbed themselves into oblivion...
  39. MichaelfromKlerksdorp

    18 April 2019 @ 8:58 pm
  40. Mentioning the ANC and the Public Protector in the same sentence.... ....brings to mind a (masterpiece of a) song from 80's band DEPECHE MODE... "Let's play MASTER and SERVANT"
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