Playing the vulture game

Playing the vulture game

While railways pensioners battle to survive, Transnet obstructs their legal claims.

Everyone expects Transnet will be “looking at it” until the very last day allowed by court rules, thereby delaying the process that extra month or two. By the time deadline day comes – maybe even a week or three later, since the courts are very tolerant of lawyers’ pleas for extra time – Transnet may find, with luck, that another 300-or-more of the pesky old railways pensioners will have died.

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Submitted by : Mike Turner of RANDBURG on 2014-11-02 12:50:48
Both Ramos and her squeeze Manuel are slimy bastards, always out to make an oily buck where they possibly can.


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