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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 2h
Recently ETCs said that 35000 jobs are potentially at risk if eTolls is scrapped. Such disingenuous statements smack of desperation as the end draws near. Scrapping e-tolls is long overdue & makes best economic sense.
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Wayne Duvenage 3h
I share your frustration but believe this is not a repeat of the Shaun Abrahams era. It’s of building strong cases whilst operating in a contaminated NPA with Zupta barriers slowing things down. However, the delay of arrests amidst overwhelming evidence is becoming irritating.
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OUTA 18h
More good news in fight against . acted as middle man in deal + did little to deserve this. shld recoup more money from others involved in corruption.
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Wayne Duvenage Jun 17
As I said, I’m sure a number of smaller privately run stations will fill the gap. People have an amazing way of getting their news, real news & actuality programs that will make it worthwhile for advertisers. I don’t see the problem.
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Africa Check Jun 16
⚡️ A 2010 analysis found that in 50 separate studies, “the average wind turbine, over the course of its operational life, generated 20 times more energy than it took to produce”.
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Wayne Duvenage Jun 16
So right Ivo. I reckon the country would get along just fine & wouldn’t notice, if awakened one morn to silent radios & blank SABC screens. New private stations would would quickly fill what little void was opened.
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Errol Jun 14
500000 is a drop in the VBS ocean.
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Abuti Josef🇿🇦 Jun 16
The Zupta loyalists overrate Ace Magashule. Nah, dude is an amateur chess player. He haven't completed any single move so far......be it ATM formation, maharana hotel plot, SARB expropriation and parliament caucus "coup" all exposed.
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Wayne Duvenage Jun 16
Now we’re talking. More of this at all levels of Government please.
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OUTA Jun 16
As is celebrated, a reminder that the future of SA depends on each of us, young or not so young. Let's all be and make SA a better place.
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Wayne Duvenage Jun 15
And we have political leadership in SA that still believe Zimbabwe’s economic model is something we should follow. Today, Zimbabwe’s talent has emigrated and its people are broke. Well done
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One Nation SA Jun 15
Ramaphosa will not let SA follow example of Venezuela, Zimbabwe - Roelf Meyer via
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Tom Eaton Jun 14
Are you fed up with stubborn stains? Have you stolen millions and can't make it go away? Well help is at hand! Try new Busisiwe Mkhwebane! She lightens! She brightens! She whitewashes like nothing else! Now with added scapegoating!
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Khulani Qoma Jun 13
The world owes Africa zero. Africans owe themselves everything. Like all nations and continents, Africans have to fortify themselves so they can become a competitive force - not a huge garden to reap raw materials etc. China and others have found an unmanned garden in Africa.
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Wayne Duvenage Jun 14
Oh dear - Mkhwebane has done it again. Just another arrow in the “incompetence” quiver of , against whom had lodged a complaint to the speaker of Parliament, to debate her removal.
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Wayne Duvenage Jun 13
This opinion piece triggered after hearing the brave Cynthia Stimpel at the Commission yesterday. The whistleblowing incident that sparked the biggest exposure in SA & possibly gave rise to the State Capture Commission must be the Gupta Leaks.
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Wayne Duvenage Jun 13
Replying to @FavouredFootpr1
I don’t need to know Jacob Zuma to have no respect for him. He asks for his day in court, then appoints people to disrupt the rule of law to stay out of court. It will take decades for SA to get back that which he has cost us. Can’t wait to see him held accountable.
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Wayne Duvenage Jun 13
Is Gauteng, other provinces or the Department of Environmental Affairs in Government doing anything about this serious problem?: Cape Town experts battle invasive tree killing borer beetle
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Wayne Duvenage Jun 13
Zondo Commission hears how pressure applied by SAA Board led to CFO Wolf Meyer’s resignation. He was replaced by Phumeza Nhantsi who played role in approval of funding deal to little known . Nhantsi was later dismissed for acting against best interest of SAA.
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Wayne Duvenage Jun 13
Ms Stimpel explains to Zondo Commission of SAA’s rigorous & approved internal processes / borrowing plans to ensure competitive rates and debt consolidation achieved. Then SAA board under Ms Myeni interfered in procurement process recommending little known & unqualified funders.
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