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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 11h
I wouldn’t quite describe it as a tsunami, but yes we do believe that cases will start to be finalized and the rule of law will begin to flow again Some very wealthy people changing their Armani suits for prison gear soon.
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Wayne Duvenage 11h
Patience Hadebe, patience please. Very few heads of large organizations make a massive impact within the first three months. We are aware of great strides internally. Bathoi’s work will take traction in due course, of that we are confident.
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OUTA 14h
Let's be fair. To restructure can't happen overnight. She only started 1 Feb. With back at and + out, things can go forward. Also takes time to assess all cases. New instructions + new teams. New unit being set up inside NPA.
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 24
Replying to @duppie4x @Airbnb
I wouldn’t know about that but I know that some players in hospitality industry have complained. I don’t think the authorities have given much thought or engagement on the issue. The BnB industry has grown without objection. is just the next generation & development.
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 24
More unnecessary Government interference. If we are to be part of the global economy, SA Govt should not be stifling disruptor industry players such as who actually stimulate competition and thereby promote tourism and travel.
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 23
Registered mail
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 23
Hopefully the few good laws that we have - and which were shoved in the cupboard - Lifestyle Audits and Assets Forfeiture etc, will now come to the fore and be put to effective use.
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 23
At last, my final letter of demand to pay my outstanding EToll bill, despite not having received any invoices for past few years. The next step in this process is to receive a summons from Sanral. What took you so long ⁦⁩ & what are you waiting for?
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 23
If eToll panel had known the facts of a R9,9bn (bulk for 5-yr Operations Service) eToll tender, their report may have been very different. eToll collection adds 61% to the finance costs for freeway upgrade. How absurd is that.
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Dominic Chimhavi Apr 21
So what happened over the long weekend?
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 21
In the dark days of sanctions, the apartheid Govt introduced the user pays Fuel Levy to finance roads. They then used that levy to partially finance the war. So ring fencing for roads fell away long before democracy. The ANC Govt has increased Levy by well over inflation.
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 21
Spot on - and that’s been the case for three to four decades now.
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 20
Imagine if similar reaction took place in SA to bribes, “facilitation fees” and collusive conduct within the SA construction industry. To begin with, we need our police to go after the culprits. What’s taking so long?
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 20
Hear, hear @JabulaniNzilane. Right behind you on this one. This country must rid itself of political interference that sets free those who belong in prison.
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RSApolitics Apr 18
Top story: : 'One serious issue with tolling is that so often the promises made by consultants who sell the idea to the authorities, don’t transpire. Here’s an interesting extract from an article that resonates… , see more
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 19
Replying to @KhulaniQoma
Strategic, very strategic. I can’t imagine the ANC will be that fickle and desperate to fall for the threat of those lost votes, but then again, they’ve behaved far worse before. We’re watching...
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 19
Peter, life’s too short man...
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 19
Are you confused? In any civil society, collusive behavior by industry players to push up the price of public infrastructure is unacceptable.
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 19
Replying to @DrDemiCon
Disagree. SA can be fixed. It’s a tough road ahead but if we get down to it and hold those in authority to account, we will get there.
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Wayne Duvenage Apr 19
A serious issue with tolling is that so often the promises made by consultants who sell the idea to the authorities, don’t transpire. This extract from a USA article resonates with the eToll debacle in Gauteng.
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