‘My recommendation is that the president does that and gets a competent group of people to go in there, investigate and fix the systems as they investigate. They need to investigate the investments that have been made because the allegations are [that] many of those are dodgy,’ says Johnny Goldberg, Busa Nedlac labour market convenor.
‘These things mutate and you think you are getting a handle on the H5 that is currently circulating, but two, three months down the line, it's something else different that now evades the measures that you have in place that you are using to contain it,’ says Dr Mpho Maja, director of Animal Health at the Department of Agriculture.
‘The Border Management Authority comes through as the third law enforcement authority in the republic after the Saps and the Defence Force. We are now creating a law enforcement structure that is going to be responsible for the implementation of the border laws,’ says Dr Mike Masiapato, commissioner of the Border Management Authority.
‘The fact is today we transport less goods than we did in 1994, yet the economy has doubled. That just shows you what a crisis we're in and how we just simply need to make this our number one priority right now,’ says Cosatu’s parliamentary coordinator, Matthew Parks.
‘They were released on the basis of a court order. But once we clarify all the issues and we resubmit, therefore, the UAE will have a duty to enforce the warrant of arrest again,’ says the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services.
‘There was a clear instruction from my side to balance the system, stabilise the system, increase the volumes, so that at least even high-lying areas can have water and that's what the team is working on,’ says David Mahlobo, Deputy Minister of Water and Sanitation.
‘I would also like to see that the man on the street also sees the police in full force, on the streets, patrols and so on. We cannot only concentrate on high-tech cybercrime...,’ says Dr Llewelyn Curlewis, senior lecturer in the Department of Procedural Law at the University of Pretoria.
‘Our role in this intervening period has been to ensure that we have a sustainable operating business model that can weather whatever storm the company can face in the coming two to three years,’: Professor John Lamola, interim CEO at South African Airways.