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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 10h
Apologies will only originate from those who sincerely believe they have done something wrong.
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Wayne Duvenage 10h
Replying to @NcaRoeker
No. That was a parody account. But I’m sure it crossed his mind😂
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Wayne Duvenage 10h
says it as it is, responding to request for more money through higher tariffs to . They’ve pushed that envelope beyond rational reasoning now. Time for a drastic new plan.
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OUTA Nov 14
This below is the kind of scaremongering used by and their PR people (who sadly never uttered a peep BEFORE were forced on Gauteng). Don't fall for this tactic. Get ready for a six-hour commute from Joburg to Pretoria
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 13
asking on if we really need Deputy Ministers, realizing the need for Govt to reduce costs by R70m. Some would say we could save Billions if we removed the Ministers as well 😀
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 13
Some people just don’t know when it’s the end of the road. And Guess which family is funding all this litigation? Just one guess. Gigaba to take Public Protector's Fireblade report on judicial review
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 13
Winner of the “Delusions of Grandeur Extraordinaire” competition 2018, 2019 & 2020.👇🏽
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 13
The reality is that these roads that Sanral has on their extended EToll map are not Sanral roads. Like the R21, they would have these roads “handed” over to them at “zero” cost, after the residents of Gauteng Province have paid for these over past decades. Sick stuff this.
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 13
Replying to @AskGregory
Let us know if you ever get any legal papers from them. Such a joke - pathetic in fact.
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 13
Hogan reveals more on Zuma 'meddling'. Of course if Zuma does ever respond, he will deny Hogan’s account of events. In which case we will have to decide who to believe. Mmm, let’s see now... how difficult could that be?
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 13
⁩ welcomes Malusi Gigaba’s resignation. Aside from misleading court & parliament, he is deeply implicated in State Capture. His close relationship with Guptas ensured he was amongst the top of the list of virtually all Gupta social events.
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 12
Replying to @Haanstoot @OUTASA and 2 others
Thanks Hendrik. We not surprised. The more we look into SANRAL’s conduct on eTolls, the more we learn it was not in the best interests of the country. Over paid Construction costs, poor public engagement, poor research. Failed on many fronts & Govt still flogging this dead horse
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Chris Yelland Nov 12
The week-on-week energy availability factor (EAF) of 's generation fleet continues to plunge to its lowest level in years, from 67,88% in week 43 to 66,37% in week 44, even as Eskom seeks a 30% electricity price increase on 1 April 2019.
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Rudie Heyneke Nov 12
Replying to @wayneduv
In two years Sanral issued about 11000 summonses. Served only 1/4 of that. There are another 2 million non-compliant road users. There are not enough lawyers in SA to help Sanral fight this legal battle. You cant stop a tsunami. Please, re-think your strategy Minister.
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 12
Well done Bonang - can’t wait to get myself a copy.
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 12
Blade Nzimande warns e-toll uncertainty threatens Sanral’s survival, yet he fails to consider jobs and business survival if ETolls lives on. This decision was a Govt blunder & the bonds could have been settled if other existing (better) policies applied.
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 12
Agreed - there are so many opportunities for Min Mkhize to take REAL action against fraudsters within Municipalities - yet none is taken. Words are meaningless - without real action.
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 12
Replying to @jules52
You have a point, Denis Sassou Nguesso - Res of Congo Brazzaville is a contender. But Trump still takes it in my books. Week in and week out, his comments and hubris is astounding, especially as the head of the world's most powerful nation.
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 12
Oohh boy, another great day at the Zondo Commission. I'd so love to hear JZ respond to these allegations. Days of Zondo: Barbara Hogan: Despite warnings, Gama was Zuma’s choice for Transnet from the word go via
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Wayne Duvenage Nov 12
Dear ⁦⁩, the harsh words you put to Muni Managers sounds good, if you are serious you would hold those who have already stolen to account. We have input for you. Deteriorating audits: 'The buck stops here,' Mkhize tells municipal bosses
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