Got this from a comment made by a reader on BDLive
SABC board chairwoman Ellen Tshabalala
resigned in December last year after a parliamentary inquiry which
heard she never qualified for either the BComm or diploma she had listed
on her CV.
SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng
was found by Public Protector Thuli Madonsela to have lied when he
claimed to have passed matric when he first applied for a job at the
ANC MP Pallo Jordan resigned his
seat and apologised last year after it emerged he did not have a
doctorate from a UK university, despite having described himself for
many years as Dr Pallo Jordan. He has no formal qualifications and was
considered by the ANC as “an intellectual giant”.
In 2010, the Mail & Guardian exposed the then Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Sicelo Shiceka
for not having a Masters degree. In his official curriculum vitae on
the department’s website, the minister listed among his qualifications a
Master’s degree in political economy from the University of the Free
State, however it was established that he doesn’t.
South Africa’s ambassador to Japan, Mohau Pheko,
claimed to have a doctorate on her CV that she never received. from
LaSalle University in Louisiana in the US, but it had been shut down by
the FBI by the time she claimed to have graduated in 2000.
The chairwoman until 2014 of Sanral (which manages and maintains South Africa’s road network), Tembakazi Mnyaka,
resigned after Sanral board members questioned whether she really had
the Masters degree in town planning from the University of KwaZulu-Natal
(UKZN) she claimed to have.
Former ANC spokesman Carl Niehaus
was forced to step down in 2009 after it was revealed that he had left a
broad trail of financial mismanagement, racking up R4.5 million in
debt, and lied about having a masters degree and a doctorate in theology
from the University of Utrecht.
Former police spokesman “Colonel” Vincent Mdunge
failed his matric exams in 1985 , as well as supplementary exams
written in 1986. Stupid twit wrote 83 instead of 85 on the false
certificate, the year he claimed to have passed matric. He earned a
salary of R3.5 million during his employ with the SAPS.
South Africa’s new ambassador to Washington, Mninwa Mahlangu
counted a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Fairfax in
1995 as among his qualifications. The Louisiana-based Fairfax University
was established in 1986 and discontinued in 2004 when, according to
Wikipedia, it relocated to the Cayman Islands. It is an unacreddited
institution and nothing but a “degree mill”.
South African Airways chairwoman Dudu Myeni
claimed she had a BA in administration from the University of Zululand
when she was appointed in 2009 yet she mysteriously removed the degree
in 2013’s annual report. Her most recent CV does not list a BA degree
from the University of Zululand. Despite her deceit, Energy Minister
Tina Joemat-Pettersson last year recommended her for the board of
PetroSA. She also serves on the Jacob Zuma Foundation and has a close
relationship with the president.
“Dr” Daniel Mtimkulu,
Chief Engineer of Prasa responsible for buying Spanish locomotives at a
price of R600million that were 299mm to tall for South African
conditions is not registered as an engineer at the Engineering Council
seeing that they rejected him in 2006 due to a lack of qualifications.
Wits University has no records of him studying there and Prasa refuses
to name the German University at which he apparently received his
An audit in March 2015 revealed that there are 640 civil servants in SA
with false qualification and a further 237 of whom the qualifications
could not be verified
640 SA public officials allegedly have fake degrees
The South African taxpayer forks out in excess of R400 billion every year for a bloated and ineffective public service.
But who can forget the Ultimate Fake of them all Tamsanqa Jantjie, at the funeral of Nelson Mandela?
Not sure how many of you know that Solidarity is laying a complaint at the UN that South African government is breaking international laws by applying BEE and affirmative action. During a Solidarity Conference held in Pretoria, Heman Mashaba presented this speach.
I post it here because it is really worth reading and I am glad to see more people thinking like Mr. Mashaba:
Address by Herman Mashaba to Solidarity’s Shadow Report to the United Nations’ Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, May 13 2015
Distinguished guests Ladies and gentlemen
Thank you for the invitation and the privilege to address this important conference that can help shape the future of our country.
This Solidarity’s Shadow Report to the United Nations’ Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination is more than a vital initiative. Racial discrimination has affected, over the last 300 years of our recorded history, the lives of every person living in South Africa, and unfortunately continues to do so today.
It is impossible to be born black in South Arica and not to have experienced incidents of racism. I was born in 1959 under the leadership of Prime Minister H F Verwoerd, known as the architect of apartheid, and by extension the unashamed advocate of institutionalised racism.
I grew up in the black homeland of Bophuthatswana and experienced first-hand the results of racial segregation. Due to the apartheid policies, my parents had to travel to Johannesburg to find work, resulting in me living with my sisters in isolated rural Hammanskraal. Blacks were paid paltry wages and my widowed mother was unable to maintain a family with her R29 a month salary. My mother stole supplies from her employer, and my sisters and I stole firewood and water from neighbouring white farmers, Continue reading BEE and Affirmative is a form of Racism→
Tim Noakes’ Banting diet is currently a hot topic all over the world.
I find it amazing to see with what excuses people can come up not to try and live a more healthy life.
I am not a strict diet person. I don’t like diets. I just changed a couple of things on the menu and lost 14 Kg in about 3 months.
I see what people post all over the Internet and seems to me there is a general misconception about the whole thing.
I often see people say you may eat as much meat and fat as you like.
I think it is important to read the book because above statement is far from true.
If you read the book you will see that you eat much smaller portions of meat as most people think. You must eat fat because you get your energy from fat. Continue reading Tim Noakes Banting Diet – My experience→
I never liked Binaries, so I am not sure exactly why I went against my own judgement and gave this a try.
I think it is because of this guy’s brilliant video on his web site. He warns you about all the false promises and all the programs that do not work. So I thought I might as well take a small risk and give it a try.
The web site is thebinaryinsider.com
So I deposited 200 pounds, which is the minimum amount you can deposit.
The first alarm bell went off when my bank’s fraud department called me just after I made the payment to ask me whether I know about the transaction.
My funds were in the account and I activated the trading robot.
The first trade was a loss. But I decided to give it a month and see. The next 4 were winning trades.
But then the next day a very sleek salesman from LBinary.com phoned and said that he see I deposited 200 pounds, but he tries to persuade me to deposit more. He said he will be my own personal broker and teach me step by step to trade binaries. Continue reading The Binary Insider Scam→
The wise man, even when he holds his tongue, says more than the fool when he speaks.
What you don’t see with your eyes, don’t invent with your mouth.
A hero is someone who can keep his mouth shut when he is right.
One old friend is better than two new ones.
One of life’s greatest mysteries is how the boy who wasn’t good enough to marry your daughter can be the father of the smartest grandchild in the world. Jewish Proverb Continue reading Some Wise Proverbs→
If you ever wanted to start a new business and needed cash to get it off the ground, you will know how hard it is to find capital to get a great idea started.
The banks only want to borrow money to people who already have money and even then they are very reluctant to lend money to a new business.
You can borrow money on the black market, but normally the lenders are sharks who charge you interest in the region of 24% per year or they want the bulk of shares in the company or the idea you started.
This is where crowd funding can help.
Crowd funding is by definition, “the practice of funding a project or venture by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people, typically via the Internet.”
There are some web sites where you can register as either an investor or a business seeking funding.
Did you know that web sites like these are only free because they generate an income from ads. Your ad blocker is one of the reasons why the internet will one day not be for free anymore. Would you please de-activate your ad blocker?
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