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Wayne Duvenage
Entrepreneur, civil activist, writer, speaker & family man. Enjoy working with a great team of civil interventionists at OUTA.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 20
Replying to @Unathi_Kwaza
Probably get paid to stay at home until the proper procedures and notifications have taken place.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 20
Oh Dear. “Hi Atul, we have a problem. Please send cash, the ANN7 / Afroview saga is still not over.”
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 20
Some interesting facts that people need to know about the debacle we have come to know as eTolls in Gauteng.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 20
A message to Lynne Brown: come to the commission, tell your story and answer the questions related to your conduct, then I imagine you will have your wish granted by Judge Zondo to cross question submissions made to date.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 19
One of e-Toll challenges was its reliance on e-Natis. Coenie confirms e-Natis inaccuracy of 50% in this article. Shot in the foot? This senseless article is part of a desperate spin campaign by ETC & their PR team. : When you’re in a hole Coenie, stop digging😂
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Dr Makhosi Khoza Sep 18
Hoooray Cosatu. The nomination of a woman unopposed as its President and 50 % in its executive is the best news for South Africa.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 18
Replying to @motheose @MYANC
Of that I’m fully aware. Pity the ANC didn’t summons the Gupta family to discuss their money laundering activities. This meeting, along with the IMC was an attempt to coerce banks to continue serving the corrupt Gupta family.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 18
Kudos to ⁦⁩ Legal, Operations, Investigations and Research teams who compiled this formidable submission on Denel to the Zondo Commission on State Capture. This is how our supporters donations are working for SA. More to come, watch this space
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 18
Replying to @poetmountains
They absolutely did. R1,4bn between them in fines which included projects normally undertaken through CSI spend. To be honest, if the rule of law was applied, senior executives of these construction companies should have been prosecuted and imprisioned.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 18
Today we started to roll out ⁦⁩ submissions to the Zondo Commission on State Capture.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 17
“We didn’t mean to pressurise the banks” says Gwede Mantashe. So then Mr Mantashe, what then was your intention when you met with the banks? You really do take the public (your subjects?) for fools, don’t you?
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 17
Now it emerges the ANC challenged banks to close Construction Companies accounts due to collusion wrongdoing, when questioning Gupta account closure. Yet it was political interference that saw Construction companies got off lightly for collusion.
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OUTA Sep 17
At today's 's relationship with the came up again. Our investigation also found it to be , and and laid charges against him a year ago already. Read here why:
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 16
So true. Really is a laugh to watch their desperate attempt to vilify the public resilience & successful stance to cripple the irrational EToll scheme. I have no time or desire to give oxygen to ignoramus debating.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 16
Well done Premiere Makhura. Of all the ANC Premiers, you are best poised to get Governance right in the areas where the ANC rules. What we implore you to do, is remove political interference which cases deterioration of administration in Municipalities.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 15
Quite correct. All three of SAs eToll supporters, coordinated by their new PR driver, Walter Pike. Sad puppies them "dead horse floggers"
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Dirk Gnodde Sep 13
And they all had Milk of Amnesia for dinner and even forgot they were there.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 15
Coenie, I’m tired of debating with a brick wall. Our fight will continue in the courts. I have better things to do with my time. You carry on with trying to convince the public to pay ETolls & we’ll continue to fight for citizens rights. Bye bye.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 15
Did you read the SCA judgement? Do you know that a collateral challenge is underway to defend the public against your summonses? Did you read the Winelands E-Toll judgements (all three courts)? Stop being selective Coenie. You really age getting desperate now.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 15
Mmm so you’re not sure about your future. Does SANRAL not inform you of the tenders. You must know as head of ETC that your contract ends in Dec 2015 - has it been extended?
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