A cut and paste job


A cut and paste job

How Ekurhuleni planning chiefs covered their tracks after permitting illegal school opening. South African Post Office chiefs are incensed following two secret forensic reports which, Noseweek can ...

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Submitted by : MUCKFEE! on 2017-05-03 13:58:00
One wonders how many other "projects" have been shunted through on this basis. A really effective way to obviate Public Participation. It begs the question if Developers, ESKOM,TELKOM, Cell Phone Co's et al, also use this methodology???. The Public is often "surprised" when projects suddenly appear in their midst!. Public Participation is a cornerstone of our Democracy.

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