It seems Julius "Juju" Malema lied when he said White people didn't need to fear his Communist Black racist party......
Who would've guessed?
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Julius Malema - aka Idi Amin jnr - leader of the EFF:
"They found that those who would pretend they couldn't work due to infirmity, weakness or inability (sound familiar?) gladly went to work in the fields. Corn production increased dramatically and famine was averted because communism was eliminated."The reasons why Communism failed in the colony were numerous. It failed because it treated the young and old the same. It rewarded the less productive as much as the more productive. Members of the community found that they could do less and still get the same benefit.....
Tavistock Farm human resources manager Wynand Viljoen said: “The minimum wage is R11. 67 per hour for a nine-hour working day, which amounts to R105. All workers are paid per hour and if they come in late or do not pitch up for work, they won’t be paid. The wage increase was sudden and high and we had to place some of the costs on the workers.”Gone are the days when farmers paid workers to sleep off their drunk stupor after a week-end of booze. Now it's pay per hour worked.
Today, Business Day newspaper featured an editorial on BMW and criticised President Jacob Zuma’s economic policy approach.
“The president is a politician. BMW is a manufacturer. Only one of them knows what they are talking about,” the editorial read.
Attard Montalto said investors were keeping a close eye on the country, not only in the car sector but with Eskom’s delayed construction of power stations and labour struggles in the platinum and gold sectors too.
“There are many other companies thinking the same thing because of labour issues,” he said.
The icing issue in Northern Europe is huge...there was a [wind] park in Northern Sweden...and it iced up for 21 days....you are talking about a complete shutdown...do the maths...everything else becomes insignificant...there will be huge PR problems...you are looking at if we will invest in wind farms or wind energy ever again.Source
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