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I'm going to agree with @MichaelMaloney on this with one exception. Looking at different types of storage and storage softwares needs to be done with a scrutinizing eye on your balance sheets. You need to make sure that if you're going to implement something new that you can afford it! Tradeoffs tradeoffs tradeoffs!
I think that CPAs need to be implemented in more countries and more actively enforced! There is a lot of support for businesses and not enough for consumers who end up with junk in storage if they have no one to go to to fight for their rights!
While the revitalisation of the locomotive fleet is much needed and a long overdue investment,it is very demoralising if it is accompanied by irregularities in supply chain management and procurement rules.
What is the PSC going to do against the non-disclosure by the senior managers? The president previously failed to disclosed and no subsequent punitive action. Learning from the master. It's pretty useless for PSC not coming hard on various departments that do not implement its recommendations thus rendering the PSC toothless.
I've had a temporary gardener whom i was paying R150 for just one day regardless of the amount of work. In addition i always picked him up, feed him breakfast and lunch and take him home. He used to work for my former landlord who was paying a meagre R50.
The Auditor-General's statement in Prasa's 2013/14 annual report said the winning bidder should had been disqualified because it had failed to supply the letters of good standing with the relevant tax authority in its country of origin, as required.
The winning bidder also failed to submit tender documents signed by both the winning bidder and the sub-contractor as required by the request for proposal.
"Naturally, this is a process with its own inherent tensions, but in no way does it suggest this is a dodgy contract," Montana said.