This week Ray White (in for Whitfield) interviewed Wayne Duvenage, Chairperson at the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA).
Duvenhage is famed for his metamorphoses from corporate CEO into a civil activist, putting all his energy and resources into fighting etolls.
He has since broadened the campaign to include the fight for the efficient use of tax revenues by Government.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
I earned my stripes at car rental company Avis.— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
You [a business] need to go beyond making profits.— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
I thought sanity [with regards to etolls] would prevail a long time ago.— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
We believe very strongly that Sanral hasn’t conducted itself lawfully.— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
There are a lot of brilliant police out there.— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
We do a lot of work around Eskom.— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
We’ve got Transnet and SAA on our radar.— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
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