Zuma en sy ANC Sous trein op volle spoed

Zuma en sy ANC Sous trein op volle spoed

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Die Weermagvakbond, Sandu het die weermag se besluit om ‘n nuwe presidensiële straler te koop as swak prioritisering deur die regering bestempel. Die vakbond sê dit sal die verdedigingsbegroting verder onder druk plaas. Die woordvoerder van Sandu, Pikkie Greef, sê hy meen die geld kan beter aangewend word om operasionele vliegtuie en toerusting op te knap en salarisse te verhoog. Die weermag het vroeër bevestig dat hy Krygkor versoek het om ‘n nuwe privaatstraler vir die president aan te skaf. Dit volg op berigte dat die nuwe vliegtuig sowat vier miljard rand sal kos. Die sekretaris van verdediging, Sam Gulube sê gerugte oor die koste is voortydig. Spesifikasies vir die vliegtuig sluit ‘n slaapkamer-suite, ‘n badkamer en ‘n konferensiesaal in. Die nuwe straler sal genoeg plek vir 30 passasiers hê -RSG

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TRULY AFRICAN TIN-POT DICTATOR-STYLE.
‘Gravy plane deal’
The Democratic Alliance expressed shock at the report that R2 billion could be spent on what it says is a “new gravy plane deal” for Zuma.“Last year the secretary of defence, Dr Sam Gulube, told members of the portfolio committee on defence and military veterans ‘there is no plan for the department of defence to acquire VVIP aircraft’,” DA MP David Maynier said on Sunday. “This is very similar to former Minister of Defence and Military Veterans Lindiwe Sisulu’s failed attempt to circumvent defence acquisition policy and acquire a Boeing 777-200 LR andGlobal Express 6000 Business Jet, at the cost of 263 million US dollars (R3.1 billion) in 2012.” Maynier claimed that there was nothing wrong with Zuma’s current jet, Inkwazi, saying it was in “mint condition” and had recently undergone maintenance at a considerable cost to taxpayers.
Not enough aircrew
Netwerk24 reported that there were also not enough pilots and crew to fly the new jets. Maynier said of the 830 posts for aircrew, 348 were vacant. “I will, therefore, write to Stanley Motimele and Emmanuel Mlambo, the co-chairpersons of the joint standing committee on defense, to request an urgent briefing on the acquisition of new VIP aircraft for President Jacob Zuma and his Cabinet. “In the end, President Jacob Zuma and his Cabinet should make do with the existing Boeing Business Jet and Falcon 900 Business Jet operated by the South African Air Force,” he said.- White Nation

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