Video: Decapitation: How the Boers dealt with violent crowds of Blacks
A young Boer I knew, Gilbert, told me of the time in the early 1990s when he served in the South African Army and was stationed in the townships. He described the tactics the Boers used to smash violent black crowds with a minimum loss of life.
[Well, that's SA for you. Whenever they say anything will happen FAST you must know it is a LIE! This is what I love. They are so predictable. Always excuses… excuses… and more excuses … and when you think there can't be any more excuses … there are MORE EXCUSES! Jan]
CAPE TOWN – Treasury said the most significant threat facing this country’s economic recovery was a slow rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni and Treasury officials have been briefing Parliament’s finance and appropriations committee on the 2021 Budget on Thursday.
Treasury has allocated R9 billion over the next three years for the vaccination campaign but a further R9 billion could be drawn from the contingency reserve if needed.
Treasury director general Dondo Mogajane said this year’s budget was a balancing act.
“When we presented this Budget, we had to make sure we balanced a whole lot of things, on the one hand it’s important to promote economic activity and on the other hand, we had to ensure we return public finances to a sustainable path.”
At the same time, overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic is also top of the government’s agenda.
“The other immediate priority is to return to rapid economic growth especially having locked down the economy before – and we think this mass vaccination programme will give us that opportunity to support the reopening of the economy and for economic activity to start. We think – based on that and many other factors – growth will reach 3.3% (of GDP) in 2021/2022.”
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