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Posted on 29 Jul 2015 10:09
Anonymous
The rural problem
Erik, As much as I admire your optimism I have to tell you that, like most other South Africans, I have a rather more simplified version of what you call "the rural problem" and "one man one vote" making those areas just as important as anywhere else.

You talk about the "SA Economy" as if it's a totally separate entity (it's what a lot of academics do in order to confuse everyone else). What you mean (in its simplest form) is that the government can only spend what the country's TAX PAYERS hand over.

So when you say "the biggest problem for the SA economy is that (it)...had to cater for 5 million more people" what you really mean is that the ordinary TAX PAYER has to cater for them - nobody else can.
And therein lies the problem (which you have identified quite clearly) where the ANC can "control" the rural areas (via one man one vote) whilst the major contributors to the economy live in the metropolitan areas - where, I would guess, the ANC ain't quite as popular.

You mentioned elsewhere that 11 million homes had been supplied with electricity and I agree that's remarkable. But it's also transparent because it's brought Eskom to its knees and is crippling the country financially - and any cynic can see that, OF COURSE, any party in power will risk bankruptcy if it can retain power (by inter alia supplying electricity to its strongest support base - the rural areas).
Posted on 29 Jul 2015 09:29
Chris Brewer
Chris Brewer
The rural problem
Erik, As much as I admire your optimism I have to tell you that, like most other South Africans, I have a rather more simplified version of what you call "the rural problem" and "one man one vote" making those areas just as important as anywhere else.

You talk about the "SA Economy" as if it's a totally separate entity (it's what a lot of academics do in order to confuse everyone else). What you mean (in its simplest form) is that the government can only spend what the country's TAX PAYERS hand over.

So when you say "the biggest problem for the SA economy is that (it)...had to cater for 5 million more people" what you really mean is that the ordinary TAX PAYER has to cater for them - nobody else can.
And therein lies the problem (which you have identified quite clearly) where the ANC can "control" the rural areas (via one man one vote) whilst the major contributors to the economy live in the metropolitan areas - where, I would guess, the ANC ain't quite as popular.

You mentioned elsewhere that 11 million homes had been supplied with electricity and I agree that's remarkable. But it's also transparent because it's brought Eskom to its knees and is crippling the country financially - and any cynic can see that, OF COURSE, any party in power will risk bankruptcy if it can retain power (by inter alia supplying electricity to its strongest support base - the rural areas).
Posted on 29 Jul 2015 09:29
Makhosana Clement Malinga
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MetropolitanRepublic bolsters its creative force
MetropolitanRepublic, you seem to find words hidden somewhere in the depth of the brains and spin them around to confront one with the realities which seems to be dreams in the thought state. I share your visions although I'm not sure you manage to get into depths of ones mind or brains and finally proudly display words right in front of them.
Posted on 29 Jul 2015 09:12
Ron Bloomingkemper Jr.
Ron Bloomingkemper Jr.
Avoid "one-night stand" marketing campaigns
Good article Chantel. It's great to know others are talking about this attitude that is killing consumer/business relationships world wide. I define One-Night-Stand Marketing as: Quick return with minimal investment and attachment. Most of the businesses and sales professionals I work with are always looking for the latest tips and tactics to winning new customers, yet fail to see it's a root (heart) issue that keeps 25% of their customers a year saying good-bye. The same statistics for the US divorce rate are exactly the same for customers leaving you business. It's obvious we don't know how to have long-term relationships both in bed and the boardroom.
Posted on 29 Jul 2015 06:50
Kwezikazi Mabija
[CEM Africa Summit] Employee satisfaction = customer satisfaction
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Posted on 28 Jul 2015 21:14
John Digital
Programmatic buying comes to South Africa
2 erroneous things reported in this article:

1) Programmatic buying hasn't "COME TO SOUTH AFRICA"
Multiple companies have been doing it very successfully for over 2 years!

2) You don't get "APPOINTED" to DoubleClick Bid Manager.
You can buy access through Google once you jump through a few hoops and a few South African companies have had access to Bid Manager for quite some time.
Posted on 28 Jul 2015 17:01
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The elephant in the room is Julius
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How do you boil a frog?
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Posted on 26 Jul 2015 19:33
Patricio Solis
GM, Isuzu Motors Limited sign agreement
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Posted on 26 Jul 2015 02:22
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How do you boil a frog?
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Posted on 25 Jul 2015 23:49
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Posted on 25 Jul 2015 13:39
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Anger as airline lifts ban on hunting trophies
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Posted on 25 Jul 2015 08:20
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