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Dear Editor Readers may be aware that SATSA publishes a list of its members who, for one reason or another, have left the association in the past year. As membership of SATSA vests in a company and not in the ...

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Government employee fraud in the B&B sector

Dear Editor The South African Public Protector, Adv Thuli Madonsela is quite right to be deeply concerned about ‘false billing’ – making the state pay for goods and services that were never supplied. Her statement* that the system of away-from-home ...

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Congratulations, Ziyaad

Congratulations, Ziyaad Your letter has been chosen as the winning letter for the November edition. A copy of National Geographic’s ‘Big Cat Odyssey’ DVD will be delivered to you with the compliments of Livingstones Supply Co – suppliers of the ...

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E-Tolls – The state of play now

Dear Editor Further to my letter published in the October edition of the Tourism Tattler (E-Tolls – THE STATE OF PLAY NOW), I would like to update readers following a report in The Star newspaper in October that parts of ...

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SANParks Honorary Rangers

Dear Editor The SANParks Honorary Rangers West Rand Branch have decided to stage a bicycle tour from Unions End to the Nossob Rest Camp in the Kalahari Transfrontier Park a distance of approximately 155 km during September 2013. It is ...

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Lack of support for small business, the big contradiction

Dear Editor Government has confirmed its support for SMMEs, stating its awareness that these small and medium enterprises are the answer to economic growth and job creation in South Africa and that banks and funding agencies are to assist SMMEs ...

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E-Tolls – What Now?

Following the Constitutional Court’s decision to set aside the interdict on eTolls (which effectively allows SANRAL to start tolling if they can or want to), what now for the various anti-eToll movements and OUTA’s challenge? Note must be made of ...

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