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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 17h
So sad and unnecessary to see this African state fail so dismally, one which had everything going for it after securing its independence nearly 40 years ago. What can SA learn from this? Zimbabwe burning -
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 14
Great initiative - Cullinan & Assoc extremely progressive in this area. Very necessary area to be advanced in SA.
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 14
Replying to @GerritGJV @OUTASA and 2 others
We’re waiting for the new NPA head to proceed with the multiple charges case. If the NPA decides not to prosecute and issues the necessary certificate to withdraw prosecutions - we will consider a private prosecution.
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 13
Dear ⁦⁩, if indeed Jacob Zuma is State Capture’s Number One suspect, and you are intent on addressing corruption in SA, why is ⁦⁩ at your side whilst unveiling the ruling party’s election manifesto?
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 13
Listening toANC’s on 702 this morning, I can’t help but feel he was tongue-tied in his responses to the question posed. ANC Manifesto - same script for years, different cast? Jobs, Corruption, Performance, severely lacking.
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Amanda Reekie Jan 12
Now here’s a leader
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 12
We’ve heard thee promises - with varying numbers -over the past decade. Aside from increased employment that crippled Eskom, SAA etc, employment numbers have decreased, each time ANC made these claims: ANC promises to create 275,000 jobs per year
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 12
Corne, no one disputes that building roads employs people to do the construction, whether it’s Sanral or Provincial government departments. The issue you’re struggling to comprehend is the finance mechanism adopted to pay for the roads. ETolls has been a complete failure.
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Richard Spoor Jan 10
Hundreds of nurses who have completed their community service year in 2018 will not be employed because gov has no money. The same holds for doctors. Neither my son nor his partner have jobs this year. Considering their commitment to the public health sector it is disappointing.
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 10
Well done SAPS. Gotta love and share good news stories like this. Rhino horn worth millions seized at OR Tambo before take off to Dubai via
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 10
Replying to @jimileroux @OUTASA
Who do you think is paying for your roads in other provinces?
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 10
Great inspiration from Trump, which I’m sure the Mexicans, will be delighted to follow. 😀
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 10
Replying to @DirkdeVos @OUTASA
In addition, the system if ever approved by public would have to be administratively workable and affordable with alternatives. This is not the case in Gauteng.
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 10
Replying to @DirkdeVos @OUTASA
Urban freeways regarded as social infrastructure and should be paid for by taxes. London inner city surcharge implemented due to sever congestion & pollution, successful due to good solutions with public & expanded public transport alternatives - we had none of this.
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 10
Replying to @Richard_Spoor
I hear you Richard, but can you imagine the impact of standards and quality of public schooling and healthcare if at acceptable levels - the savings by ordinary citizens forced into taking private options & how many poor school kids will receive improved education.
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 9
What’s more important ⁦⁩, is that you let the public know of the outcome of your internal investigation and whether people have been held accountable for the apparent lapse in ethical conduct. Big business bullying cannot be tolerated.
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 9
Here’s a suggestion & please discuss this with your leadership colleagues: why doesn’t Government pass rules and regulations to ensure all Parliamentarians and their families only make use of public schools and hospitals for all schooling and healthcare requirements?
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 9
Replying to @ZeldalaGrangeSA
Good luck to Manyi and his political ambitions. A once staunch ANC man, now in opposition, hoping to be a king maker with a seat or two in Parliament. Really now! No morals, no direction, no idea and no meaningful plan. Why would anyone vote for Manyi?
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Bernie Sanders Jan 9
It gives me no pleasure to tell you what you already know: Trump lies all of the time and his speech last night was no exception.
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Wayne Duvenage Jan 9
I would listen to Anton Eberhard 100 times before I listen to you . He has called you & your cronies out for a long time. Don’t try take an article supporting nuclear & shove it down our throats. We don’t need and can’t afford new nuclear energy in SA & you know it
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