Staatspresident Gordon!

Wóórdeloos!

Nuus met méning!

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Oudtshoorn. 10 Mei 2012. 11h50. OO lees in vandag se Hoorn dat die graad sesklong van Dysselsdorp reken dat die burgemeester soos ‘n staatspresident is en dat die Wes-Kaapse ministers en DA-funksionarisse en hulle meelopers hom wat Gordon is moes erken het tydens die “Groot Gesprek” van 21 April.

Aaaai, jai, jai, jai, jai, jai, jai.

Maar dis Bredell (Anton Bredell, die Wes-Kaapse minister van plaaslike regering) se reaksie wat vir OO nog méér komieklik is.

Bredell sou aan Die Hoorn gesê het dat dit vir hom duidelik is dat April sy posisie baie ernstig opneem.

Maar op ‘n ernstige – ‘n báie ernstige – noot: Volgens Die Hoorn het Bredell ook gesê: “Die samesprekings het juis gefokus op die onvermoë van die raad om doeltreffend te funksioneer en onder andere die agteruitgaan (sic) van dienstelewering (sic) in die algemeen.”

En aan Die Burger het Bredell dan gesê dat die Oudtshoorn-munisipaliteit sy kernfunksies “nie sleg nie” verrig. (Klik hier.)

Nou wat nou, minister? Is dit goed of is dit sleg?

OO meen El Señor Presidente sal ôk graag wou weet!

As I live and breathe…

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9 thoughts on “Staatspresident Gordon!

  1. Hophuise op die lughawe ? what a bargain, klaar paaie, krag en is daar ook heinings net soos ‘n regte sekuriteits kompleks. Geen vliegtuie wat meer pla nie, kom aan Staatspredisent Gordon wat sê jy daarvan.!!! Sodra die weermag uit Oudtshoorn is, is daar nog meer grond met geboue ook beskikbaar om die behuisingsnood op Oudtshoorn te verlig.

  2. John – Baie intressant – Die kla- gatte oor die vliegtuie sal seker baie in hulle skik wees met ‘n lae-koste behuising aan die oorkant van Parkweg. Die ANC soek al lankal grond in daardie gebied vir die doel van lae- koste behuising. Mnr die Agbare Burgemeester hier is jou kans om naam te maak op Oudtshoorn. ‘n Lae koste buisings profek naby alle dienste en skole asook die hospitaal !!!!!!!

  3. And yet another leaf from the Apartheid Regime Handbook: Social Engineering 101.

    Blegh…

  4. i concur with ratepayers & dr molitor and my lord gordon april .. airport is suitable 4 low cost housing

  5. Gordon Gordon Gordon, with such flashy specs you keep everyone reading OO my tjom (Malema kan by jou kom leer)
    Sterkte, jy gaan dit baie nodig kry ou grote !!

    OO, kan jy nie iets reel, soos n prys of iets , bv. n geskenkpakkie soos sand en klip vir die nuusmaker van die jaar op OO.
    As Gordon se naam verskyn, dan gons dit en wil almal weet wat die mannetjie nou weer aanvang, homself toe eien of status toedig. Malema is definitief nou in sy skaduwee. Die outjie verdien n prys man

    Graag verneem ons

  6. My, all those are servants, publice servants are they not ? Since when does a servant have a higher status than his master ? Mr & Mrs Tax Payer have the highest status in my book as we, The Tax Payers, pay the salaries of every single person on that list. Period!

  7. Thank you, Comment!

    My, but there are many important people in our land!

  8. Purely as a matter of interest, status in South Africa is determined by a national order of precedence which is gazetted by the government: The National Table of Precedence was last issued and published in Government Gazette 16919 of 12 December 1996 Notice 20. On occasion the Mayor of a small town like Oudtshoorn will be given status as the representative of a host-town, but this will be an exceptional concession rather than permanent status. Inspection of the complete table below will enable readers to determine the status of the Mayor of Oudtshoorn.

    Rubric
    1 The President of the Republic of South Africa or the acting President
    2 Deputy President and the President-elect (for the period between his or her election and assumption of office)
    3 Chief Justice or the acting Chief Justice and the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal and the acting President of the Supreme Court of Appeal
    4a Former Presidents of the Republic of South Africa, in order of seniority
    4b Former Deputy Presidents, in order of seniority
    5 Cabinet Ministers, the Speaker of the National Assembly, the Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces and Premiers of the respective provinces, in order of seniority (see rule 2)
    6a Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, High Commissioners and Apostolic Nuncios or Pro-Nuncios, in order of seniority
    6b Envoys Extraordinary and Ministers Plenipotentiary, in order of seniority
    6c Chargé d’Affaires en titre, in order of seniority
    6d Heads of other permanent diplomatic missions, in order of seniority
    7a Deputy Ministers, Members of the Executive Councils and Speakers of Provincial Legislatures, in order of seniority
    7b Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly and Deputy Chairpersons of the National Council of Provinces, in order of seniority
    7c
    The Chief Whip of the majority party in the National Assembly and the Chief Whip of the National Council of Provinces and Deputy Speakers of Provincial Legislatures, the Chairperson of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts in the National Assembly and the Parliamentary Counsellor of the President, in order of seniority
    8 The Secretary of the Cabinet and the Chief of the National Defence Force (see rule 3)
    9a Chargé d’Affaires ad interim of embassies, in order of seniority
    9b Chargé d’Affaires ad interim of legations, in order of seniority
    9c Chargé d’Affaires ad interim of other permanent diplomatic missions, in order of seniority
    10 Leaders of the different political parties in the National Assembly and National Council of Provinces, in order of seniority
    11a The Deputy Chief Justice and the Deputy President of the Supreme Court of Appeal
    11b Judges of Appeal, in order of seniority
    11c Judges of the Constitutional Court, in order of seniority
    11d Judges President, in order of seniority
    11e
    Deputy Judges President, in order of seniority
    11f Judges of the Supreme Court, in order of seniority
    12 Former Chief Justices, in order of seniority
    13 Chairpersons of the commissions established under The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, in order of seniority
    14a Members of the National Assembly and of the National Council of Provinces, in order of seniority
    14b Members of the provincial legislative authorities, in order of seniority
    14c Local royalties, in order of seniority
    14d Chairperson of the National Council for Traditional Leaders
    14e Chairpersons of the Provincial Houses of Traditional Leaders, in order of seniority
    15a The Auditor-General, Governor of the South African Reserve Bank, Chairperson of the Public Service Commission and the Public Protector, in order of seniority (see rule 4)
    15b
    Members of the Public Service Commission, in order of seniority
    15c Directors-General and their equivalents of government departments, including the Secretary to the National Assembly and the Secretary to the National Council of Provinces, Secretary for Safety and Security, the Secretary for Defence and Directors-General of the respective provinces, in order of seniority (see rule 4)
    15d Attorneys-General, in order of seniority
    15e Chairpersons of state corporations, in order of seniority (see rule 5)
    16a The mayor of the capital of the province in which the function is held
    16b Chairpersons of the Metropolitan Councils of the region in which the function is held
    17 Mayors of provincial capitals, with the seniority according to the grade in which the local authority is categorised
    18
    The spouses of the foregoing persons (or in the case of single or divorced persons or widowers or widows, the persons officially recognised by the government as their hosts or hostesses) enjoy the precedence of their spouse mentioned in the table (or the persons for whom they act as host or hostess)
    19 Persons who do not appear in this table may, on special occasions, be accorded courtesy precedence (as defined in rule 7) by the President of the Republic of South Africa

  9. Wat is die verskil tussen Gordon April en Anton Bredell

    Antwoord. Ek weet nie, maar die een dink die ander doen goed, wat maak dit hom dan ? n Leier met uiters swak oordeelsvermoe ?? En wat dink die ander een van die ander.
    Antwoord: Ek dink regtig die mense willie weet nie, “two peas in a pod !!”

    En die DA, ANC, ODN is op n gesonde pad !!!! Wat n belediging vir enige normale intelligensie
    Miskien wil Visser sy einde Feb verklaring summier en onvoorwaardelik terugtrek, voordat hy ook aan bg ‘equasion” behoort, indien nie al reeds nie

    Hoe op aarde gaan Pollyzilla die GEMORS FIX ???????????? Onderdane volg leiers, watter leiers ???

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