UPDATE: Cipro faces massive claim from sacked 'whistleblower'

Cipro and its chief executive Keith Sendwe are facing a massive legal claim from one of its top IT experts, who has been summarily fired for allegedly talking to noseweek about Valor IT.

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Submitted by : Toni Goncalves of Johannesburg on 2009-06-28 10:03:05
It is quite alarming to note that the majority of stories featured in the press recently, in the majority, highlight corrupt excesses linked to the current ruling party.

Cipro, is no doubt stuffed with cronies and criminals, who are totally alien to the concepts of intellectual property and ethics.

The past comments passed by the CEO regarding the 5% kickback to the ANC, for the award of the tender to Valor IT, are a testament to this. Corruption has truly become second nature to us as a people. No one thinks twice about engaging in blatantly corrupt practices, they just do it.

When the highest office in the land is tainted, and accepted, what else can be expected of the offices subordinate to it?


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