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Best FREE (not BBBEE) Advice

26 March 2013, 18:23
Here is the best, short, free advice to get our beloved not so new Souff Effrika back on track. 
The best consulting groups in the world will charge a few billion for this, but I give it for BBBEE - oops?!? FREE is what I mean - wink, wink.....and did you BBBEE - oops again ? I mean SEE -  my empty palm......
1. Subcontract medical services for the country to MediClinic. We will be so healthy and looked after properly 
2. Subcontract the SA Police to a consortium of armed response and security companies. Hells bells, we will be safe.
3. Subcontract the public service - really, service ? - to the Chinese my china. And let them bring the death sentence for corruption and non-delivery as they do in China my china. Service we will have at last.
4. Subcontract the SA Defence Force to the US of A. With John Wayne and Wild Bill Hickock kickass military types fromTexas nobody will give us any shite.
5. Subcontract education to Curro. Clever boys we will then really be.
6. Municipal service can be outsourced to that formidable Tannie that took and Sannieshof municipality and sorted them out big time. Lekker fresh water and open drains for life ek se.
And that's it. Easy peasy
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