Flying by the seat of their pants


Flying by the seat of their pants

In the wake of our Valor IT revelations, Mr Nose has been burrowing around Cipro, and has come up with his own set of Cipro stats that should scare the pants off every entrepreneur in the country.

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Submitted by : Alan Egner of Gaborone on 2010-10-05 14:55:13
Eish, I only hope Botswana manages to avoid the worst excesses of South Africa. Your levels of maladministration and corruption are absolutely astounding. I would be hard pressed to see any light at the end of this tunnel.
 
Submitted by : Anthony Krijger of Westville on 2010-09-29 08:26:08
Sounds like one company for each of Zuma's children....

Editor's Note
Please leave the 'real children' out of corruption talks.
 
Submitted by : Donovan Jackson of Weltevreden Park on 2010-09-24 18:37:27
Keith Sendwe bought it today, apparently. Anyway, I love the accompanying pic, it's perhaps the only funny thing about the mess that is CIPRO. Well that, and now, the news about criminal Keith, I suppose.
 
Submitted by : Archer Wilson of Howick on 2010-09-11 20:54:33
These statistics are irrefutable evidence that CIPRO is being used for fraudsters to steal identities. Surely SARS should investigate every instance of duplicate tax numbers and how a person who has not been born can get registered? They don't have an ID No. or doesn't CIPRO verify ID Numbers? The auditors who have over 40,000 enterprises must have the largest practices in the world. What a shambles? We must have as much chance of coming straight as my friend who is a hunchback.

Archer
 
Submitted by : Mike Turner of RANDBURG on 2010-08-27 08:01:54
This sounds like tenderpreneur heaven: for God's sake don't let any of the Zuma & Mandela scum find out about this!
 
Submitted by : Pete Swanepoel of MONTCLAIR on 2010-08-26 11:52:16
Zuma will be right onto this. To do what Zuma always does: Absolutely Sweet Fanny Adams. Niks. Fokol. Lutho.
 
Submitted by : Raymondt Dicks on 2010-08-26 09:03:27
The crisp question here is "CIPRO is going to do what about this?" Some swindling, blame slashing, spin doctoring and the rabbit is out of the hat to display another multi-million rand project to fix what the other system had not fixed due to swindling, blame slashing and spin doctoring.

Editor's Note
 
Submitted by : Rob Getuli of Gauteng on 2010-08-25 23:02:06
Dear Mr Nose.
Do you want more of us to emigrate? These stats are shocking
Concerned Citizen

Editor's Note
Do you honestly think emigrating would help you? Mr. Nose doesn't think so. The problems can only be fixed by all of us working together. But it makes no sense when a single auditing firm claims to be responsible for 40,000 corporations leave alone 94,000... simple maths (Mr. Nose isn't that good at matters of mathematics though) ... a year has at most 2,920 hours (175,200 min) -if the auditors work weekends and public holidays, which they don't-... so they would spend at most, 4.38min auditing and filing returns for the 40,000 companies!

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