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06 December 2016


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Just remember it doesn't really matter much to the 80% of the population sitting out in the bush. They are long used to the lack of services and have adjusted to it.

These dire warnings only matter to the elite in the urban areas and maybe the people who live in the settlements who came there looking for a cut of the cake.

Let them rot.

True, the people in the bush are used to deteriorating roads, bridges, health centres and schools - they'll just need to get used to them declining at a much accelerated rate - KJ

Smattering words...across sundry disciplines and industries, were that word 'crash' applied, alerted and sustained, talk would be of black boxes and forensics; yet in economics, and to some consternation, a 'vehicle' is supposedly in motion and with operators...smoothing words.

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