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OUTA Nov 15
Thank you so much for the vote of confidence, Dave. And for enabling 's work through your donation.
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Dave Harris Nov 16
Replying to @Our_DA @MmusiMaimane
Enough with the pointing out corruption. We have always known. You aren't earning your salaries acting like children in parliament and pointing out the obvious on social media. Take a page from 's book.
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Midnight Marauder Nov 11
As suggested,we need a privately run Sovereign Fund. Government may contribute. Rather Pvt business and citizens. Funds wud be used for community initiatives(roads,water,sewage,park). It's an additional tax😑 but somebody has to keep isht together.
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Open News Nov 16
has welcomed Eskom's decision to suspend group capital executive, Abraham Masango. Masango has been implicated in impropriety relating to the Usile build project. The organisation also expressed concern over the constant threats of load shedding.
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Keith Bradley Nov 13
I mentioned this a few weeks ago but my tweet went awol, now someone else has picked up on it
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Gary  Alfonso Nov 12
Even a small protest can be important, especially if road consumers have to pick up costs for corrupt politicians
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DC ✊🏼 Nov 16
Replying to @OUTASA
Sad state of affairs when citizens have to crowdfund in order to get their own Government to do their job and stop stealing tax money. Great job
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3DMapLady Nov 15
Oh gosh this is so good! cannot take credit for this, can!
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OUTA Nov 20
It doesn't come as a surprise to us that (now 's lawyer) is named by at the . laid criminal charges against him more than a year ago already for his part in .
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OUTA Nov 19
exposes a R162m contract structured to loot funds intended to help desperate and young graduates. Read here where the money is going to.
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Ilse Salzwedel Nov 16
Replying to @OUTASA
Dear Nick. I've been contributing to since December 2015. I'm so sinister that I even started working for them on a freelance basis the next year! The wonderful work done by also changed my cynicism about SA into hopeful optimism. Together we can change SA. Try it.
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JC Kotze Nov 12
Replying to @MzwaneleManyi
One would expect a "real" protector to furiously jump on the thugs at municipalities who pawned our taxes at VBS. But hell no, they'd rather use their resources on the pension payout of one individual🙄
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Dave Harris Nov 15
Replying to @wayneduv @OUTASA
It's a pity OUTA isn't an option on the ballot papers. Seems political parties think their mandate is to to behave like children in parliament while you guys are actually doing something. Best investment I ever made! Good job keep it up!
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OUTA Nov 17
Excellent idea!😄 Maybe we should design a T-shirt with the words "I am part of the sinister force funding ". Any buyers?
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OUTA Nov 20
outside the into . Access to clean is a basic and between , some and different local , is failing dismally in providing citizens with clean water.
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OUTA Nov 16
READ: welcomes ’s cooperation with law enforcement in prosecuting those implicated in wrongdoing, following Eskom’s tally of 1049 internal investigations, the suspension of almost 260 officials and departure of 97 others.
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GiNO 🇿🇦 Nov 16
This morning displayed banners at interchange and as I was driving past I’m still agreeing “We will NEVER pay for ” Salute
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OUTA Nov 14
We'll just put this here for Coenie's benefit. We don't want him to get drawn into a ponzi scheme because he doesn't know the difference between that and a legit organisation like .
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OUTA Nov 16
Replying to @OUTASA
can't exist without the contributions of 1000's of ordinary citizens. A big thank you to each and every person + company for your donations, big or small. It enables our work.
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OUTA Nov 15
is concerned that the for the dysfunctional has a lot of information but no clear plan. We therefore made a written submission to Treasury with recommendations to fix the mess.
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