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So who are the real robbers

04 May 2014, 16:46

During a daring robbery in eMaloahleni SBV Cash Centre in Mbombela the bank robber shouted to everyone in the bank, "don't move. The money is insured by the bank and in case of robbery the money is recovered by the insurance payout, but your life belongs to you."

Everyone in the bank laid down quietly. This is called “Mind Changing Concept” Changing the conventional way of thinking.

When a lady lay on the table provocatively, the robber shouted at her,” please be civilized, this is a robbery and not a rape," calm down. This is called "Being Professional” Focus only on what you are trained to do.

When the bank robbers returned home, the younger robber who MBA-trained told the older robber who has only completed grade 7 in primary school, "big brother, let's count how much we got."

The older robber rebutted and said, "you are very stupid. There is so much money it will take us a long time to count. Tonight, the TV news will tell us how much we robbed from the bank" This is called "Experience.” Nowadays, experience is more important than paper qualifications.

After the robbers had left, the bank manager told the bank supervisor to call the police quickly, but the supervisor said to him, "wait. Let us take out R10 million from the bank for ourselves and add it to the R60 million that we have previously embezzled from the bank”. This is called "Swim with the tide,” converting an unfavourable situation to your advantage.

The supervisor says: "It will be good if there is a robbery every month." This is called "Killing Boredom.” Personal Happiness is more important than your job.

The next day, the TV news reported that R90 million was taken from the bank. The robbers counted and counted and counted, but they could only count R20 million. The robbers were very angry and complained, "we risked our lives and only took R20 million. The bank manager took R70 million with a snap of his fingers. It looks like it is better to be educated than to be a thief!" This is called "Knowledge is worth as much as gold!"

The bank manager was smiling and happy because his losses in the share market are now covered by this robbery.This is called, "Seizing the opportunity.” Daring to take risks! 

So who are the real robbers in the so called, the second largest bank heists in South Africa after the 2006 robbery of R100 million at the OR Tambo International Airport. 

No reward for guessing who the robbers are.

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