What's Up At KFC?

#81
Thought it was eleven. First world discrimination against we third worlders, no doubt.
 
#83
Thought it was eleven. First world discrimination against we third worlders, no doubt.
Ideal for vote buying!


Gauteng Community Safety MEC, Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane, has defended her decision to spend more than R60,000 of taxpayers’ money treating prisoners to a KFC meal, after pictures of her handing out the food went viral on social media, according to a report by The Star.



Despite many commenters pointing that ordinary, innocent South Africans could not afford the luxury of fast food, Nkosi-Malobane said that the decision was made due to cost factors and to remind prisoners of the benefits of the outside world.

“Instead of getting a caterer who was going to charge us, say, between R100 and R200 per head, we decided to get Streetwise Two instead, which is less than R50 per head,” she said

MEC spent R60,000 on KFC for prisoners to show them what they’re missing: report
 
#84
Ideal for vote buying!


Gauteng Community Safety MEC, Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane, has defended her decision to spend more than R60,000 of taxpayers’ money treating prisoners to a KFC meal, after pictures of her handing out the food went viral on social media, according to a report by The Star.



Despite many commenters pointing that ordinary, innocent South Africans could not afford the luxury of fast food, Nkosi-Malobane said that the decision was made due to cost factors and to remind prisoners of the benefits of the outside world.

“Instead of getting a caterer who was going to charge us, say, between R100 and R200 per head, we decided to get Streetwise Two instead, which is less than R50 per head,” she said

MEC spent R60,000 on KFC for prisoners to show them what they’re missing: report
"Cruel and unusual" right here.
 
#85
Ideal for vote buying!


Gauteng Community Safety MEC, Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane, has defended her decision to spend more than R60,000 of taxpayers’ money treating prisoners to a KFC meal, after pictures of her handing out the food went viral on social media, according to a report by The Star.



Despite many commenters pointing that ordinary, innocent South Africans could not afford the luxury of fast food, Nkosi-Malobane said that the decision was made due to cost factors and to remind prisoners of the benefits of the outside world.

“Instead of getting a caterer who was going to charge us, say, between R100 and R200 per head, we decided to get Streetwise Two instead, which is less than R50 per head,” she said

MEC spent R60,000 on KFC for prisoners to show them what they’re missing: report
Who cares?
 
#89
Ideal for vote buying!


Gauteng Community Safety MEC, Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane, has defended her decision to spend more than R60,000 of taxpayers’ money treating prisoners to a KFC meal, after pictures of her handing out the food went viral on social media, according to a report by The Star.



Despite many commenters pointing that ordinary, innocent South Africans could not afford the luxury of fast food, Nkosi-Malobane said that the decision was made due to cost factors and to remind prisoners of the benefits of the outside world.

“Instead of getting a caterer who was going to charge us, say, between R100 and R200 per head, we decided to get Streetwise Two instead, which is less than R50 per head,” she said

MEC spent R60,000 on KFC for prisoners to show them what they’re missing: report
Try buying a franchise for KFC or McD's in SA with your mzungu arse and see how far you get.
 
#92
Yep. With taxpayer's cash.
And given the PR situation, all those orange-suited chaps could definitely make a difference in a marginal ward
I agree, and will requote my post.

That is not a democracy and nowhere near it.
It could be loosely called buying votes.
 
#95
It is no wonder why you lot are going down the gurgler, rapidly.
Hey, that gravy train doesn't run itself, you know!
Our news President? Where'd he get his $$$$?
Oh - head honcho of McDs!
As companies invested in the Rainbow Nation, many guys 'fronted' for investment companies, and started the whole 'Black Economic Empowerment' bollocks.
Obviously having been 'previously disadvantaged' got you to the front of the queue, and many franchised operations demanded it.
So the potential for backhanders and 'fonting' was enormous.
And a lot of that money was siphoned back into ANC coffers.
As Lard stated, if you were 'refelctive', you'd have no chance of owning a KFC. McD, Burger King, petrol staion franchise...
 
#96
Hey, that gravy train doesn't run itself, you know!
Our news President? Where'd he get his $$$$?
Oh - head honcho of McDs!
As companies invested in the Rainbow Nation, many guys 'fronted' for investment companies, and started the whole 'Black Economic Empowerment' bollocks.
Obviously having been 'previously disadvantaged' got you to the front of the queue, and many franchised operations demanded it.
So the potential for backhanders and 'fonting' was enormous.
And a lot of that money was siphoned back into ANC coffers.
As Lard stated, if you were 'refelctive', you'd have no chance of owning a KFC. McD, Burger King, petrol staion franchise...
I genuinely don't understand 'fonting' or 'refelctive'.
 
#99
It does not alter the fact that as a country, you are going down the tube.
Absolutely.
Despite the new chap in charge, who promises to be a new broom, it'll take years to clean out and investigate the past 20+ years of incompetency and looting.
There are - again - promises of better days ahead, and new investments, but investors have heard that all before and have had their fingers burnt.
 

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