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CARTOON: eToll public hearings

By Yalo | Nov 15, 2012 | COMMENTS [ 42 ]

As only Yalo can say it...!

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MophemeKoPitori
Go a nyewa bjalo. Mara ke le boditse la se ntheeletje...Let's just strike. PERIOD
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And get shot by the police?

Nov 15, 2012 3:29 | 0 replies

@Voetzek
But lets stop being arrogant and pay e-tol period, taking mageza or old putco bus is the solution
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I woluldnt mind usin the bus as it ischeaper dan usin my car but I work shifts & putco doesnt do shifts and etoll has more cost implications

Nov 15, 2012 11:41 | 0 replies

@MsKinkyakaKamaSutra
Are u okay?

Nov 15, 2012 11:31 | 0 replies

ANC will realise ver y soon how angry people are.........MARK my words

Nov 15, 2012 11:31 | 0 replies

Its either my heads or feet.......... Fukcen retards we look more like kaalnek chickens...............


The f*&^%$ corrupt f*%$#@ useless f%$#@& incompentent f%^&%$ retards have already eaten my giblets................ so which f&^^$ head and feet are you referring to .............. I acan only offer you the feathers lying in pile






Nov 15, 2012 11:29 | 0 replies

Voetzek@
But lets stop being arrogant and pay e-tol period, taking mageza or old putco bus is the solution
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scream your username

Nov 15, 2012 11:24 | 0 replies

we need more Gautrains which are affordable, taxis are unroadworthy......I WILL NEVER PAY FOR THE E TOLL..

Nov 15, 2012 11:15 | 0 replies

Floccino
That's the reason i will never vote ANC, this government is led by stupid stubborn illiterate mshini wam showerhead uneducated Zulu. I rest my case.
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fuken mshangane ndini

Nov 15, 2012 10:48 | 0 replies

The director-general in the office of the premier, Rachel Molepo-Modipa had to apologise to members of Scopa at a hearing probing the affairs of the premier's office on Tuesday.
The apology resulted from her failed attempts to explain an amount of R641 410 incurred by the premier Cassel Mathale for "fuel claims’ that were recorded as fruitless and wasteful in the Auditor-General’s report on the financial statements of the premier's office for 2011/12.
The reasons for, and the service providers involved in any fruitless and wasteful expenditure transactions, were not listed in the written answers of the premier's office to Scopa, as is required for all departments.
When asked for details of the amount supplied the DG first claimed there were "various" issues or items involved.
When probed for further detail she said some cars were going to be sold at an auction taking place today, (Thursday) and then later said the amount pertained to the premier's car.
When further pressed for clarity about what the cars sold at an auction had to do with the fruitless and wasteful expenditure, she said the premier's car had to be sold during the last financial year for exceeding official kilometres, but was only to be sold now. Only when pressed further did she admit that the fruitless and wasteful expenditure was for "fuel claims" incurred by the premier.
Review reported in February that the premier was using his private vehicle in preference to two official vehicles, a BMW 750i and a BMW X5 at his disposal.
He was allegedly paid a travel claim of R371 000 in September 2011, as well as his salary of R75 000.
At the time his spokesperson Mashadi Mathosa said he was entitled to use his own car according to the ministerial handbook.
Review established that when an official vehicle was not available "all distances travelled for official purposes in private vehicles may be claimed at a tariff equal to three times the standard running and maintenance allowances as published in the financial manual from time to time".
Mathale's BMW 750i was bought in April 2009 and the X5 in June 2011.
New official vehicles may only be bought when the old vehicle had clocked up 120 000km or after five years, whichever comes first.
The five year clause did not apply in either case, and the 750i would have had to clock up 12 000km a month to be disqualified as an official vehicle.
• When phoning the auctioneer about the BMW 750i advertised to be auctioned today he said it had (nine months into the new financial year) 126 000km on the clock.
• The officials responsible for this "anomaly" of not preventing fruitless and wasteful expenditure were listed as the CFO and the senior manager of supply chain management in the premier's office, and the reasons provided were that "internal controls were not effective and efficient to prevent fruitless and wasteful expenditure."
According to section 38 (c) (ii) cited by the AG's report at the questioning of this expenditure, the accounting officer must prevent unauthorised, irregular and fruitless and wasteful expenditure.
During Scopa hearings for the department of public works it came to light that fruitless and wasteful expenditure amounting to R347 660,50 had also been incurred because of subsistence and travel allowances paid to the MEC of the department of public works at the time, during the 2011/12 financial year.
This was allegedly because the department had "delayed" replacing the official vehicle that had reached the maximum allowed kilometres.
The amount of R347 660,50, sufficient to buy a new luxury car, was claimed during a period of only four months.

Nov 15, 2012 10:40 | 0 replies

@Laqasha
@MsKinkyakaKamaSutra
Are u okay?
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Never been better

Nov 15, 2012 11:53 | 0 replies

@MsKinkyakaKamaSutra
Okay, baby gal.

Nov 15, 2012 11:53 | 0 replies