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Mainstream media continue to fail to report on this important story, proving that honest South African political journalism is dead. Our country was bought and sold. I’m relying on you, the People, to keep this alive. Please share. There will be no 4th day of hearing by Parliament for the Love Knysna Petition in which i presented the crimes of the Democratic Alliance. NCOP’s Select Committee Petitions & Executive Undertakings will deliberate the evidence on September 13 2017, hopefully resulting in a recommendation to the House of Parliament. For your introduction (or reminder): www.knysnakeep.org/download-democratic-alliance-corruption-cover-up-document www.knysnakeep.org/beginners-guide-democratic-alliance-corruption If the Committee’s decision doesn’t …‘Click here to read full article…’
The Knysna Council will, today, vote on whether to close Knysna Tourism down, reincorporating it into Knysna Municipality and hiring contractors where needed. Some citizens will be horrified at the idea but i welcome it because no one has been held accountable for the abuse of public funds e.g. a staff member’s holiday to Jamaica, loans to private companies, illegal Board member payments, the R270,000 silent handshake to the CEO who was found guilty, and, maybe most of all, the failure to spend the agreed percentage on development of disadvantaged people. Elmay Bouwer stepped in, as the new Chairperson of …‘Click here to read full article…’
The Western Cape has taken its place as a global big-hitter among tourists, with arrivals and infrastructure spend reaching record levels. Alan Winde, MEC of Economic Opportunities, and Wesgro, the official tourism, trade and investment promotion agency for Cape Town and the Western Cape, this morning (24 January 2017), revealed key facts on the state of the Western Cape’s tourism sector. MEC Winde said: “We’ve entered a very exciting period for our tourism sector. At a range of key attractions across the region, nine of out ten reported record visitor numbers for the 2016 peak season, and we’ve seen positive …‘Click here to read full article…’