The cadres are confounded
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Oudtshoorn. 27 July 2012. 13h00. The Circle of Fools arrogating to run Oudtshoorn deliberated into the early hours of this morning.
How to undo the unimaginable horror of third degree burned fingers.
No graft can cover graft when there’s no graft. Or words to that effect.
Even an “urgent interdict” is being considered – to have the Council decision reversed. This is rich! It can serve only one person: Advocate Shaheed Patel. A nice little fee is to be had, should this harebrained advice be taken.
Reporters from regional and national newspapers are asking OO to tell them what is afoot. According to one such reporter, the Council’s Media Liaison Officer, Ntobeko Mangqweqwe, declared that the Council has no statement at this time. Mangqweqwe was to approach the CFO, Deon Lott, for advice. Ye gods and faeries! Approaching Deon Lott for advice!
There’s no management in the Municipality. There’s only crisis mismanagement.
The cadres are scattering. Serves the hoods well!
Erik Ngalo and Nondumiso Gunguluza stand out for integrity.
Methinks of Oliver Cromwell’s point, in a letter to Sir William Spring in September 1643: “A few honest men are better than numbers.”
And speaking of Cromwell – dissolving the First Protectoral Parliament in September 1643 he said, “Weeds and nettles, briars and thorns, have thriven under your shadow, dissettlement and division, discontentment and dissatisfaction, together with real dangers to the whole.”
OO has learned that the Director Corporate Service, Francois Human, had served Mnyimba with a letter confirming the Council decision of yesterday. Mnyimba is off to jansenville, or will be off within an hour or so, but is due back Monday – OO has this return snippet on the most interesting of information streams… Want to be first to know what’s really happening – read OO!
Graft, n. (1) (Skin) transplanted from a donor to a recipient; (2) The practice of offering something (usually money) in order to gain an illicit advantage; (3) Hard work.