Fishy Tina leaves disaster in her wake


Fishy Tina leaves disaster in her wake

Food security threatened by incompetence and nepotism. By Mandy de Waal and Jon Pienaar.  

Fisheries research expert Moeniba Isaacs remembers a time when kreef (crayfish or rock lobster) and perlemoen (abalone) were staples of the poor and working class. But over the past five years South Africa has mismanaged its fisheries and fish stocks to the point where once-common species are all but wiped out.

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Submitted by : TC Vermaak of Witbank on 2015-02-26 06:26:07
after this disaster she gets promoted to do a very important job as minister of energy... in the shadow of jz... together they make a dangerous team of untouchables! hold your horses, my prediction is that the scandals around the weapons deal, gupta, nkandla and bad appointments by jz will all look like a walk in the park compared to the enrichment and corruption that will flow out of the dealings with the suppliers of the new n/c power stations.

keep the focus on tina and jz...

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