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Monday, 18 March 2013

The ANC Proves Its Filled With Criminals Yet AGAIN!

A lovely report was made in (originally published in the City Press) this weekend and what it boils down to is an accurate curriculum vitae of the complete and utter incompetence and criminal tendencies of the despicable marxist terrorists wonderful freedom fighters who have run our country into the ground in less than 20 years. Almost R25 BILLION has been lost due to corruption, theft, mismanagement and fraud etc etc etc...  I could go on for ages and list the many evils but I think the article will do that for me (and bear in mind that the article is only discussing the 2011/2012 financial year!!!). This is what my hard-earned tax money goes towards? So that it can line the pockets of a few elite who would have nothing going for them without their ANC membership cards? Time for me to start boycotting calls from SARS for the money I "owe"!

And just to point out - this is the EXACT reason that the ANC is pushing so hard for the Information Bill to be passed - so that we, and the rest of their blind sheep supporters - will not be able to see just how ruthlessly the scum are looting the public coffers and at the same time destroying any chance we may have had of saving the country's economy!  You can just bet your last Rand that the ANC will shout out that it is being attacked and persecuted by the white media just to throw them in a bad light! This is utterly disgusting and completely unacceptable - but this is what the people have chosen - so I'm just going to sit back and watch while the uneducated masses start protesting and killing each other again over non-delivery of services (without knowing that the funds have been stolen) - maybe it will result in another Marikana type situation? I'm sure that another instance of the ANC implementing Apartheid tactics against their own supporters will cost them a few votes eventually...

R25bn down the drain

Mar 17 2013 10:38  Xolani Mbanjwa and Sabelo Ndlangisa, City Press

Johannesburg - R24.8bn – to be exact. That’s the bill for unauthorised, irregular, fruitless and wasteful spending by provincial departments and entities.

That’s what Auditor General (AG) Terence Nombembeand his team found during their 2011/12 audit – and it’s almost R4bn more than the previous review.

Shockingly, Nombembe and his team audited 29 fewer departments and entities, but the bill for provincial misspending still soared.

And, the AG has warned, this misuse of public funds has “become the norm”.

Nombembe blamed lax internal controls, weak political leadership and a disregard for procurement rules as major contributors to the massive bill.

The biggest provincial offenders were the North West government, with R4.165bn; KwaZulu-Natal, which incurred R3 993bn; and Free State, with R3 255bn.

The SA Institute of Race Relations calculated what could have been paid for by the state with the wasted R24.8bn.

They found that during the audited period:

  • Child-support grants could have been paid for 7.4 million children – 70% of those currently being paid out;
  • More than 400 schools could have been built;
  • At least 550 new prisons could have been built;
  • The country’s total water and sanitation infrastructure for one year could have been covered; and
  • The president’s salary could be paid for 9 000 years.
The City Press graphic below outlines what government could have done:
Earlier this week, Nombembe published his team’s grim findings on the state of government’s financial administration in the consolidated general report on national and provincial audit outcomes.

But he was not surprised by the high figure.

He said: “That, I suppose, continues because of the lack of consequences. If people continue to think they have done it before and nothing has happened to them, I guess the temptation is to continue to do it because nothing is done about it anyway.

“No lesson really seems to have been sent very clearly of what will happen if people transgress the rules.”

Nombembe and his team audited fewer departments and entities this time around because they did not include those that missed the deadline of September 30 to take part.

Public Service and Administration Minister Lindiwe Sisulu and her performance monitoring and evaluation counterpart, Collins Chabane, were in Pretoria for the release of Nombembe’s report.

They listened attentively as he revealed the details.

The report on Free State found wastage in nearly 70% of its government institutions and departments.

Nombembe singled out the province’s accounting officers and department heads as not doing enough to prevent wastage.

"The extent of this expenditure and noncompliance by the accounting officers is indicative of an environment where incurring unauthorised and irregular expenditure has become the norm, and not the exception,” said Nombembe.

This year’s appalling results – clean audits for fewer than a quarter of 536 audited state entities, and for only three of 38 national departments – mean the lofty goals set in 2009 with the launch of Operation Clean Audit 2014 are nothing more than a pipe dream.

 - City Press

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