DANKIE Liza dat jy ons blog so mooi maak, en veral die pragtige stukke oor die Bybel hier aan die regterkant!
:)))) Lyk my dis 'n wen-wen situasie..."If the Gupta party plane had landed at a commercial airport, rather than a strategic airforce base, they would have been in for landing fees and taxes of R25 000, air traffic control fees of R18 000, parking fees running to around R1500 per day, and taxes of R230 per passenger. Add to that, ground support staff running at around R600, and of course the all-important toilet evacuation at R1500. A total of R98 020But that’s not all, the real cost is the fuel for the return flight. An A330 would need roughly 100 000 litres of fuel to make it from Gauteng to India. At around R13 a litre for jet A1 fuel, that comes to R1,3million rand.If the plane was to depart from Waterkloof Air Force Base, it would stand to reason that it would refuel there before departing. That would mean it would be using SANDF fuel resources.But who would foot that bill? Was the SANDF, and by extension, the South African tax payer going to be quietly lumbered with that expense? Or had the Guptas made some other arrangement?"-Guptagate: what the family saved by landing at Waterkloof /eNCA
Mens kon nog altyd luister na wat Adam Habib te sê het oor sake: http://www.enca.com/south-africa/blame-zuma-guptagate-analysts
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