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Dr Wilmot James - Why Wilmot James of the DA will not get my vote

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Dr Wilmot James - Why Wilmot James of the DA will not get my vote It is my personal opinion that Wilmot James does not have what it takes to be in leadership as he lacks fundamental qualities: My interaction with Wilmot James proved to me that he is a two-faced, volatile and an egotistical individual. Dr James did not respond to the numerous emails sent, which indicates and portrays his arrogance. Secondly, does he really care about the unemployed in our country? Tonight on TV (27 April), in order to win votes, he says that job creation is his priority.

Hahahaha…. No Dr Wilmot James, I have seen right through your fa├žade and do not believe that you are a sincere person, never mind a leader and you do not have the unemployed of South Africa at heart.

Reminds me of William Shakespeare’s quote “Talkers are no good doers”

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The information below was sent to Mrs Helen Zille on the 18 November 2013:


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Government links innovators and business - moladi

Government links innovators and business




Government links innovators and business Government is trying to close the gap between innovation and businesses, with the introduction of the “innovation bridge”.




Tuesday marks day one of South Africa’s first “innovation bridge” in Pretoria, a Department of Science and Technology event to match-make innovators with business.

While a lot of innovation and research & development (R&D) takes place in South Africa, little of this makes its way onto the market or into companies.




Government, through the National Research Foundation, universities and research councils, is the major funder of R&D in the country, but often these developments stay in the laboratory, due to a lack of venture capital, difficulties faced by start-ups or industry ignorance.




“The [innovation bridge], which is the first-of-its-kind in South Africa, is intended to exhibit publicly funded technology innovation and create matchmaking opportunities for technology deve…

Quality of SA innovations lauded

Quality of SA innovations lauded






Government is trying to close the gap between innovation and businesses, with the introduction of the “innovation bridge”. Tuesday marks day one of South Africa’s first “innovation bridge” in Pretoria, a Department of Science and Technology event to match-make innovators with business. While a lot of innovation and research & development (R&D) takes place in South Africa, little of this makes its way onto the market or into companies. Government, through the National Research Foundation, universities and research councils, is the major funder of R&D in the country, but often these developments stay in the laboratory, due to a lack of venture capital, difficulties faced by start-ups or industry ignorance. “The [innovation bridge], which is the first-of-its-kind in South Africa, is intended to exhibit publicly funded technology innovation and create matchmaking opportunities for technology developers, financiers, funders and technology users,…