Crisis? What crisis?

South Africa is not in an electricity crisis – it’s a little more serious than that. We are in a shared reality-comprehension crisis. We want to live in La-La Twinkly Lights Land, like on Top Billing, except we’re running out of credit cards. Our accounts are missing entries in the debits column, but the ghost of Brett Kebble is still doing the books.

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Submitted by : Toni Goncalves of Johannesburg on 2008-04-17 17:00:48
One day Alec Irwin woke up and the world had changed so much, that the usual sorry excuses had become outdated. Service delivery is about delivering services, not excuses. Electrical equipment is rated in amps, not litres of hot air per minute.
The first step to fixing this is to admit that it really is broken.
Get a grip, get a life, get a real job Alec.


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