LETTER: We can help you read
Poor SOE executives are being forced to read documents or be humiliated by the Zondo commission
Are you a top executive at one of the state-owned enterprises (SOEs)? Is your schedule so tight that you don’t have time to waste reading work documents?
Everyone knows it’s Michael in the finance department’s job to read documents, and yours is to sign them. Signing a document without reading it is harder than it looks. Pay no mind to judge Raymond Zondo’s rants — he doesn’t understand how difficult it is to read.
From Denel to SAA, poor SOE executives are being forced to read or be humiliated by the commission. But they can avoid becoming another Yakhe Kwinana. Instead of wasting their time reading tedious documents they could use that time on the golf course. If they are Kwinanas, they could use the precious time baking much-needed vetkoek.
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Dr Lucas Ntyintyane,Via e-mail
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