The Congress of the People
says what is happening at the South African Post Office is symptomatic of the
disorder affecting state owned enterprises.
COPE said in a statement, the
situation at SAPO is literally and figuratively hopeless.
COPE spokesperson Dennis Bloem
says, those who broke away from the African National Congress to form COPE,
knew very well what was in store for the country under the administration of
He says the Zuma
administration planted clueless cadres in state owned enterprises and is now
reaping the whirlwind.
Bloem said Sapo has no money
even to buy fuel. The Post Office vehicle cannot therefore collect mail from
“The Post office fleet is grounded,
the credit cards are no longer functioning. We as the Cope are saying it is
time for people the true colours of the ruling party” Bloem added.
Labels: Cope concerned by Sapo’s troubles