All in the family


All in the family

When does the awarding of contracts by public officers to their kin begin to look suspicious? Kith and kin are raking in profitable tenders at the Insurance Seta.

What do you expect when evaluators are dudes in their twenties. It's like sending a Grade 10 drop-out to assess a university curriculum.

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Submitted by : Harri Narismulu of Hillary on 2008-11-26 11:01:52
Well! what's new. maybe the next issue will reveal how many small but competent providers are wasting their precious time and effort in bidding for work that they can never win! Tippy!
 
Submitted by : Jenny Smith of Hyper By The Sea on 2008-11-25 20:24:53
Not surprised to see Mike Abel's face in Noseweek. Most of the old NBS Top Brass Boys had their fingers in sleezy pies most particularly the Pension Surplus fund - some "retired" and others just "relocated" - in Abel's case and Mac Mia they were around at the demise of New Republic Bank as well...
Sadly Anon

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