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A level of sleaze to which even our own dear Labour party would not descend?

From the (South African) Mail & Guardian:

"One of South Africa’s largest state contracts yet has been awarded to a consortium that includes the African National Congress’s (ANC) own funding company. One of South Africa’s largest state contracts yet has been awarded to a consortium that includes the African National Congress’s (ANC) own funding company...About 60% of the contract will be performed by the local subsidiary, Hitachi Power Africa, which is 25% owned by the ANC company, Chancellor House Holdings...ANC secretary general Kgalema Motlanthe confirmed in a later interview with the Financial Mail’s Carol Paton that the company was an “ANC vehicle” whose sole purpose was to fund the ruling party".
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Blogger Ed said... 11:55 am

Our Labour party would just hide it better. It is no coincidence that EDS and Capita win all the outsourcing contracts.  



Blogger Tony said... 4:03 pm

I think they call it freedom (or such like).  



Anonymous grumpy granny said... 4:03 am

Hey ho. Quoi de neuf?

Back to my crocheting...  



Blogger fake consultant said... 2:37 am

two other examples of similar behavior can be found in the interconnection of the peoples' liberation army and china's economy, or the iranian economy and the revolutionary guard.  



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