Hoërskool Driehoek: Parliamentary answer confirms the negligence of Lesufi – ordinary people and learners had to suffer because ANC did not rule for all and target minorities for their own defects

The FF Plus learned with shock, but without surprise, that infrastructure inspections at the Hoërskool Driehoek  were done only on 8 April 2006, 20 September 2006 and 8 April 2014.

In response to a FF Plus question in parliament, the minister of basic education acknowledged that the last investigation was conducted in July 2018 as part of an investigation to determine the school size capacity.

“It is clear that inspections are done sporadically and not at sensible intervals,” said Adv Anton Alberts, FF Plus premier candidate for Gauteng and party chairman.

“Even more shocking is that the last infrastructure inspection was merely part of Panyaza Lesufi, Gauteng Education MEC ,’s politically motivated initiatives to destroy Afrikaans schools by failing to take in non-Afrikaans-speaking schools. .

“It is also clear that the so-called infrastructure inspection that coincided with the school size inspection was
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ANC cannot govern or grow the economy of South-Africa, the 25 years of destruction proves this fact – Only a change in government can rectify the situation

During the Parliamentary debate on Fiscal Framework 2019/20: Over the last quarter of a century, the ANC has shown again and again that it cannot govern or grow the economy. Only a change in government can rectify the situation.

Until that happens, all attempts to cut state expenditure, like the announcement about reducing the salaries of Members of Parliament and provincial legislatures, are welcome. However, attention must also be paid to the system of salary increases and automatic performance bonuses paid to the senior management staff of all state departments. It must also be restricted seeing as it is a real problem.

The FF Plus says that the Cabinet must be made smaller and that the number of state departments must be reduced. The fast-growing wage bill must also be reduced by all means possible. In addition, there must be a spending ceiling that leaves no room for unauthorised expenditure.

Economic growth must be stimulated. Without it,
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