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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title of the Book & Author ..................................................................................... 2

Preliminary Formality ............................................................................................ 3

Foreword ........................................................................................................... 4-7


CHAPTER 1 Eminent & Renowned Precedents ........................................... 7-27
CHAPTER 2 Brian Acton and Jan Koum ................................................... 28-32
CHAPTER 3 New and Current Innovations .............................................. 33-139
CHAPTER 4 Taxi Marshal, Driver and Cleaner Advertising ................... 139-145
CHAPTER 5 South Africa suffers under new form of Apartheid ............. 145-156

Zenani France Sibanyoni 2016


The Poverty of Ingenuity
Answer to the Current State of Poverty in South Africa and
the World.

Written: 2016
Source: The Poverty of Ingenuity
Author: Mr Zenani France Sibanyoni
Proof reader: Mr Zenani France Sibanyoni
Translator: Mr Zenani France Sibanyoni
First Published: in Emalahleni, Mpumalanga Province, South Africa, 2016;
Genre: non fiction
Sub category: self help
E mail Address: zenanisibanyoni@gmail.com
Copyright reserved

Preliminary Formality
(SA National Anthem)
Nkosi sikelel' iAfrika
Maluphakanyisw' uphondo lwayo,
Yizwa imithandazo yethu,
Nkosi sikelela, thina lusapho lwayo.
Morena boloka setjhaba sa heso,
O fedise dintwa le matshwenyeho,
O se boloke, O se boloke setjhaba sa heso,
Setjhaba sa South Afrika South Afrika.
Uit die blou van onse hemel,
Uit die diepte van ons see,
Oor ons ewige gebergtes,
Waar die kranse antwoord gee,
Sounds the call to come together,
And united we shall stand,
Let us live and strive for freedom,
In South Africa our land.

The author hails from South Africa, and it is crucial for each and every person
around the globe to know the national anthem of his country by heart.
The teachers and pastors need to play a significant role by taking time to
ensure that people around them know the national anthem.
I reckon it is pivotal that the national anthem should be sung at the school
morning assembly so that pupils can know the national anthem at the younger
and embryonic stage.
The inhabitants of each country would know themselves, languages, culture
and their identity.
This will introduce a great deal of patriotism that will ensure that each resident
will add value to their respective countries.
A culture of realizing that it is not about individual narrow interests, but broad
interests of the country will be inculcated.
The economic and social ills of crony capitalism, corruption as well as power
mongering will be dealt with one way or the other.

Foreword

It is paramount, vital and pivotal that as human beings we need to coin and
craft a fine-looking obituary about ourselves while our oxygen is still intact.
However, every time we wake up and execute our day-to-day chores, errands
and routines we are busy tangentially drafting our obituary.
It is therefore significant that we leave an alluring eulogy that would make our
surviving descendants, friends and relatives gratified.
It would be a magnificent source of comfort for all and sundry, in case the
legacy that we live behind is unprecedented, unmatched and eye-catching.
We need to be on the planet earth for accurate motives by contributing and
adding value to the populace.
Our lives are incomplete and piecemeal without transforming the globe. We
cannot depart to our graves with phraseology like: To be continued.
It is magnificent and masterly to reach the finishing line. Procrastination is a
thief of time! #Acta non verbae!
It is glorious to jealously guard against littering our memories with jail terms,
notorieties, murder and any other horrid indiscretion.
We need to create a culture of innovation and writing, instead of being measly
consumers.
I have made a pledge on the planet earth that I will leave no stone unturned in
ensuring that I leave novelties that the World will relish long after I departed.
I do not want to live an entirely parasitic and bloodsucking life that relies on
designs made by others without making an independent input.
However, invention is all about determining the needs of the general
inhabitants and design pragmatic solutions.
The natural and juristic persons all over the World are ravenous for fresh
inventions and written material.

It is our common duty to end the boredom in our delightful World by shedding
stagnation and sluggishness. We have to evolve each and every day of our
lives.
In the event a person leaves an input or value to the earth, then I reckon that
individual would sleep pleasantly and satisfyingly in his or her grave. There will
be no need for remixed life in the shape and size of ghost.
We should feel highly empty in case we retire to bed without any meaningful
and enriching influence on our significant planet.
I still accentuate that procrastination is a thief of time. In other words there
should be no room for adjournment of our action plans.
What is fundamental is to ponder about what are the necessities of our people
and manufacture solutions.
I pay homage to musicians because they would leave a lasting legacy to the
World and their descendants.
The children and grandchildren of musicians would continue to enjoy the
royalties of their musical parents.
We have to do soul searching and self-introspection of what can we do for the
globe.
It should not be what can the World do for us? It has to be what can we do for
the World?
Nonetheless, the relationship between us and the World is reciprocal. The
earth would also do something for us, but we should not sit on our laurels. We
should not expect to acquire solutions on a silver platter.
It would be paramount to protect your inventions by registering a patent,
copyright or trademark so that you can keep plagiarising vultures at bay.
However, it is alleged that the inventor of AK-47 semi-automatic rifle Mr
Mikhail Kalashnikov is benefitting nothing out of more than 500 million AK-47s
manufactured.

He failed, neglected and/or refused to register a patent in order to protect his


intellectual labour of coming up with this World renowned rifle.
This is a rifle that you can bury for years in the ground, take it out and do
praiseworthy work.
It is a mammoth pain and suffering to witness your intellectual property being
utilized without gain.
I welcome philanthropic gestures by our people, but we need to pay our bills
and those of our families.
However, philanthropy has to be between 5 and 20% of the net profits of the
company and/or inventions. It does not have to be volunteering 100% of our
intellectual property.
It is therefore splendid to embrace and implement the old adage of
Prevention is better than cure.
It is a sad reality that our pleasant World is infested with plagiary vultures and
scavengers who are ready to prey on other peoples inventions.
Moreover, it may be expensive to register patents, copyright and trademark
through legal experts.
Nonetheless, it is essential to raise the money to protect your intellectual
labour.
I know it is a herculean task, but you can resort to friends and relatives for
financial capital.
Remember, it is vital to keep your inventions private and confidential until
registration of intellectual property protection.
It is a catch-22 situation because friends and relatives may not help in the
absence of adequate explanation. This is a stage where you cannot be choosy
and selective. Beggars are not choosers. I recommend you can do even menial,
tedious and monotonous employment. It is important and key to use what you
have to acquire what you want. It is essential to regard what you have as
capital to attain bigger and higher profits.

It may be crucial to do any work provided you would be able to raise the
finances for much needed intellectual property.
At times it helps to do research about intellectual property, and see if you can
register on your own.
The law in South Africa allows natural and juristic persons to register
provisional patents on their own, but for the final patent the professional
assistance of a patent attorney is compulsory.
The intellectual property laws of all the countries in the World need to
introduce a great deal of affordability and accessibility for new entrants.
The current state of intellectual property laws is pregnant with exclusivism,
inequity and bureaucratic standards.

Chapter 1
Eminent and Renowned Precedents:
Mark Zuckerberg

However, if Mr Mark Elliot Zuckerberg did it, you can also do it! He (Mr
Zuckerberg) needs no introduction as he is an American programmer, Internet
entrepreneur, executive and philanthropist.
He is the Chairman, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and co-founder of social
networking website Facebook.
The author is grateful to Google for helping with the information about Mr
Mark Zuckerberg.
Born: May 14, 1984 (age 32), White Plains, New York, United States
Net worth: 54.4 billion USD (2016) Forbes
Spouse: Priscilla Chan (m. 2012)
Siblings: Randi Zuckerberg, Arielle Zuckerberg, Donna Zuckerberg
Parents: Karen Kempner, Edward Zuckerberg

Together with his college roommates and fellow Harvard University students
Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz, and Chris Hughes, he
launched Facebook from Harvard's dormitory rooms.
The group then introduced Facebook to other campuses. Facebook expanded
rapidly, with one billion users by 2012.
Zuckerberg was involved in various legal disputes that were initiated by others
in the group, who claimed a share of the company based upon their involvement
during the development phase of Facebook.
In December 2012, Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan announced they
would give the majority of their wealth over the course of their lives to
"advancing human potential and promoting equality" in the spirit of The Giving
Pledge.
On December 1, 2015, they announced they would give 99% of their Facebook
shares (worth about $45 billion at the time) to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
Since 2010, Time magazine has named Zuckerberg among the 100 wealthiest
and most influential people in the world as a part of its Person of the Year
distinction.
It is portrayed and depicted that Mr Zuckerberg was faced with lawsuits but he
was not deterred to cross the finish line.
He outmanoeuvred and outwitted all the potholes, speed humps as well as sharp
curves that were instituted against him.
All the deleterious impurities and layers that were levelled against him
capitulated in face of defeat.
It is also significant to take a leaf out of the book of Mr Zuckerberg, especially
the youth who cry about unemployment and deprivation.
In the World that we are living in we are exposed to crony capitalism, nepotism
and favouritism that make it a daunting task to flourish.
In the space of inventions and writing the aforesaid heartless ingredients of our
society are limited, because your fate is in your hands.
The triumph and downfall of the invention as well as writing is not dependent
on bureaucratic captains that pollute our picturesque earth.

This dictates that our people should concentrate on creating novelties and
innovations so that they can be able to make a living while contributing
immensely to the World.
I have made numerous attempts and endeavours to meet South African
President Jacob Zuma, Mr Cyril Ramaphosa (Deputy President of South
Africa), Ms Lakela Kaunda (SA Presidential CEO), Ms Lindiwe Ntshalintshali
(Emalahleni Mayor), Mr Patrice Motsepe (South African billionaire), Mr
Gayton McKenzie (South African businessman and motivational speaker), Mr
Simba Marumo (South African former professional player and soccer analyst,
Mr Bradley Carnell (South African Premier League team, Orlando Pirates
assistant Coach) and Mr Mike Ntombela (South African former professional
player and soccer analyst) to no avail.
I did not want to meet them to acquire government tenders or money, but to
work in partnership with them in order to make a significant contribution to our
country and the World.
All I humbly needed to request from them is to open closed doors so that my
intellectual properties can come to fruition.
The contemplated commercial relationship could have been reciprocal as they
would have amassed millions for themselves, government and philanthropic
causes.
It pains me to realise that there are children in South Africa and all over the
World who go to school hungry.
It is very painful and aching to be an orphan. I know what it takes to be without
parents. You become a perceived thorn in a flesh by other people. When days
are dark friends and relatives are very few. All the people desert you if you do
not have a father and mother, especially if you are impoverished.
It is an open secret that if you are loaded and affluent you will always have a
crowd of friends and relatives behind you.
In case you are poor it is a different kettle of fish, and whether we like it or not
human beings have an element of materialism at times.
Nonetheless, there are people who are always ready and prepared to come to the
rescue of those who are in doldrums.
It is incumbent upon people to invent and write so that they can be selfsufficient as well as independent.

However, your inventions and books will parent you if you are an orphan. They
will keep you busy and provide for food on the table. Due to your own
inventions and/or books you will know where the next meal will come. The
direction will also help with the emotional healing process of lack of parents. It
is a mental trauma, pain and suffering to loose parents, especially a mother.
The mother of the author, Mrs Martha Mfulathelwa Sibanyoni-Ntuli passed
away in 2008 and the author properly healed in 2012. It was a high emotional
rollercoaster for the author between 2008 and 2011. It is true, time heals.
Unfortunately, the author does not know the biological father as he is alleged to
have departed the planet earth in 1989.
The late mother of the author together with his stepfather, Mr Plaatjie Ntuli, is
the people who ensured the proper growth and upbringing of the author.
The million dollar question is whether it is within our biological potential to
curb this mean ingredient of materialism or not. I am baffled and mind-boggled
whether this grimy reality is a psychological, biological or economic process.
I reckon we should comply with Proverbs 4:23 that stipulate that: Above all
else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.
However, those who do not guard their hearts and go astray are in contravention
of the word of God. This is irreverence and blasphemy of greatest proportion.
I collided upon red tape, bureaucratic standards and pulling him down syndrome
in my escapades to empower the World and myself.
I have realised that the aforementioned people are perhaps jealous about their
goodwill for the advancement of the World and me.
It is paramount for red tape practitioners to read Proverbs 3:27 Do not
withhold good to whom it is due if it is within your power to act.
I believe whoever contravenes this biblical scripture is cursing himself and
descendants, because God put them in those positions of authority in order to
help the communities.
All I needed from these people is to sit together in a table of brotherhood, sign
commercial contracts like: partnership agreements or joint venture agreements
or service level agreements in order to formalise commercial relations. The
author is well-equipped with the drafting of commercial contracts as well as
documents.

I told some of them that the inventions that I have are highly lucrative, and I am
prepared to contribute millions to children who go to school on empty stomach.
However, my pleas and requests fell on deaf ears as I never got any meaningful
endeavour to meet with me.
I was ready with applicable commercial agreements that I drafted in order to
surge forward, but I stumbled upon man-made hindrances.
It is very fortunate that most of my inventions are low-cost and lucrative. At
some stage I had to travel from Emalahleni to Johannesburg to meet Mr
Marumo after making an appointment directly with him, but he stood me up.
It was a wasteful expenditure for me as I had to use my hard-earned money to
travel.
He (Mr Marumo) did not bother to ask how much I spent to travel from
Emalahleni to Johannesburg unnecessarily and pointlessly.
He never even tendered an apology for the level of unprofessionalism and
inefficacy he meted against me.
I had high hopes that he (Mr Marumo) would come to my rescue and the rescue
of the World as we camped together in the stunning Milpark Holiday for the
South African Under 23 National Team.
We shared a room at the striking Holiday Inn, and he was very friendly at the
time prior to joining Italian giants, Inter Milan.
The government employees in South Africa send us back to forth. They are
seldom available on their work telephone lines. They hardly respond to e mails
transmitted to them. At times you would think they are ghost employees. It is a
tall order to get hold of government employees in South Africa.
They encourage people to register their companies on tender database, but they
do not acquire work.
It is only friends and relatives of the top brass of government who get
apportioned well-paid governmental tenders.
All these stumbling blocks encouraged me to surge forward, I then thought it is
paramount to write this book and copyright it.
I think in your quest to contribute to this wonderful World of ours you will
come across a great quantum of discouragement and stoppage.

The advice I can impart to you is to navigate through all these turbulent waters
the best way you can.
They probate and reprobate by preaching community development while they
do the opposite.
The famed faces you see on electronic media talking about their intentions of
development are at times sugar-coated damage control.
The picture that you see on media platforms, is totally different to the one
portrayed one-on-one. This is pathetic and lamentable piece of acting.
I salute and pay homage to those prominent people who genuinely practice what
they preach.
It is very difficult to be a Black person in South Africa as we suffered under
Apartheid and discrimination, and we are still suffering under the so-called
democracy.
However, those who are in power used us as a step ladder to the land of milk
and honey. They gave the poor masses a raw deal. We were hoodwinked and
deceived by those who wanted to seat on the pound seat for themselves. South
Africa must go back to the drawing board as Black people are still subjected to
abject poverty. They are in perpetual economic pain and suffering due to
political fakers in South Africa.
All I can say to the beautiful occupants of our wonderful land kneel down and
tell God about your frustrations and those who betrayed you will be cursed for
the entirety of their lives.
They fallaciously, flimsily and misguidedly think they are rich while they are
enriching themselves in curses.
During Apartheid for as long as you were White you will acquire economic
empowerment regardless whether those who were in White minority
government knew you or not.
White people empowered themselves regardless of lack of friendship, relation
or affinity.
In the current government you have to be a relative or friend of those who are in
power in order to acquire work. This is blatant, barefaced and flagrant crony
capitalism.

I reckon it is paramount that those who are in power should sign employment
contracts with anti-bureaucracy clauses.
Those who are guilty of red tape or pulling him down syndrome should be
dismissed from work as they are enemies of human and communal
development.
They are proponents of retrogression instead of progression and our
governments as well as conglomerates cannot afford to harbour economic
disasters.
The potholes, speed humps and sharp curves that we come across should
encourage us to navigate to safety. They should not be evils of discouragement
and disorientation. They should make us astute, shrewder and pragmatic.
I pencilled down a Radio Content Proposal to Metro FM Programs Manager,
Mr Anthony Soglo, on the 20th of May 2016.
I made plentiful and voluminous telephone calls asking him to respond to my
proposal.
On the 16th June 2016 he responded by signifying that at Metro FM they are not
in a position to alter the radio format, but that they will consult if they do.
However, from the 25th July 2016 they plagiarised my proposal and I e mailed a
complaint to Mr Leslie Nthloko, the Head of Radio at South African
Broadcasting Corporation.
I even directed courtesy copies to Ms Sibongile Mtyali (Metro FM
Manageress), Mr Hlaudi Motsoeneng (SABC Chief Operations Officer at the
time), Chairperson of Portfolio Committee of Communications and Postal
Services as well as Minister of Communications and Postal Services.
I did not acquire and attain a decency of receiving an acknowledgement letter
from all of them.
All I got is a deafening silence and muteness. In South Africa and elsewhere in
the World it takes one to be a have before being afforded audi alteram partem
rule.
In the event you are a have-not, you will never be taken seriously. This is
counterproductive and a bad day in the office for our beloved country and the
World.

The author is in love with radio broadcasting but every door he (author) tried to
open was shut in his face.
He (author) was invited in one of the radio stations as a guest DJ, and all the
radio staff members flocked into the studio to check the visiting radio
announcer. The listeners also phoned in and gave the author a stamp of
approval, but the said radio station was intransigent.
Now the author knows how to formulate a radio station, but did not pursue that
mission.
It is vital and crucial that if information is not in your mind, it has to be in your
fingertips.
We have to know where to acquire information in case we need solutions to
particular issues.
It is vital that the labour laws should be invoked against plagiarists and
fraudsters.
However, those senior executives who are supposed to take action, and fail to
do so should also be charged with dereliction of duties, gross negligence and
bringing their employer into disrepute.
The electorate should vote for people who have a history of magnanimous
human and communal development.
They should not vote for hyenas that are hell bent to embezzle the public purse
and indulge in crony capitalism. They are like mice on top of a loaf of brown
bread. What a caricature?
A thorough process of vetting should be conducted by the public prior to casting
a vote for a particular person and/or organisation. The media should highlight
the public about those who stand for office.
Nonetheless, the general public should subject media stories to thorough
dialectics. It is also the duty of media houses to bring to the fore correct,
balanced and equitable stories.
The media-related ombudsman like the press ombudsman should punish the
guilty parties with deterrent and corrective sentences.
It is an insult to your intelligence and the intelligence of the masses to vote for a
person who has a chequered past.

It is equally unorthodox and untraditional to vote for a political organisation that


has questionable credentials.
When you cast a vote you do it for yourself, family and the community at large
so that there is development, prosperity and proper service delivery.
In the event people are voted into office, and they deviate from their public
mandate of seamless as well as unpolluted service delivery, they should not be
re-elected. It pains the author to realise that the electorate is caught between a
rock and a hard place. At times there is no perfect, impeccable and flawless
alternative political solution.
Our talented and charismatic artists majestically brought down the spirited
Apartheid, and now they can be able to lead to the demise of crony capitalism,
bureaucracy and nepotism.
They can come up with the relevant lyrics and the accompanying acoustics. I
implore and request our talented musicians to sing about the predicament of our
own people under the so-called democratic government in South Africa.
However, the musical footprint of our venerated Hugh Masekela, Letta Mbulu,
Chicco Twala, Miriam Makeba and Brenda Fassie impaired the shackles of
segregation.
It is up to the new crop of talented musical performers to take the baton and sing
about the deficiencies as well as shortcomings of the current government.
The theatrical performers also have a duty to write and act in plays that would
depict the deep-rooted malevolence of the present South African regime.
The World-renowned movie Sarafina played a meaningful role in the demise of
Apartheid. Mr Mbongeni Ngema and other filmmakers should come up with
new movies that would depict the plight of African people under the current
unpleasant administration.
I also humbly call upon all the pastors to preach about the series of events in
governance of our affairs.
All South Africans from all walks of life must employ their diverse platforms to
expose the shenanigans, mischiefs and tomfooleries of the present regime.
It is painstaking to mention that I had the dream and nocturnal vision of our
African National Congress stalwart, Comrade Oliver Reginald Tambo turning in
his grave.

This transpired prior to the local government elections in South Africa this year
(2016).
Subsequently, the African National Congress (ANC) lost the major metropolitan
cities in the shape and size of Johannesburg, Pretoria as well as Port Elizabeth.
The ANC is a juristic person that depends and relies on natural persons to
accomplish its mandate.
The former is sparkling clean while the minority of the latter are not. I call upon
our people to rally behind the ANC as it will stand the test of time. This is the
organisation of extraordinary political martyrs.
If we cannot do it for the current leadership, can we kindly do it for our fallen
heroes who fought for our freedom, but never know the palatability of franchise.
We cannot allow a situation whereby the ANC lose the next general elections in
2019.
It is tantamount and analogous to cursing oneself to renounce and disown the
political formation of Comrade Solomon Mahlangu. We need to cleanse and
purify the ANC rather than jilt it.
It is only a few crooked, debase and corrupt individuals within the ANC that
soil the image of our treasured organisation.
I humbly request the branches of the ANC to save and salvage the formation by
being resolute in cleansing the organisation of unscrupulous leaders.
All the blemishes and discolorations created by some leaders within the ANC
need to be removed by the unwavering branches.
The more the branches become political fire extinguishers for feared and
dreaded leaders the more the organisation becomes drained of public support.
In its colourful, comradely and affable history the ANC was always filled with
brave, valiant as well as disciplined cadres. It is alien within the ANC to be
filled with cowardice.
It is lack of discipline to warrant unorthodox, untoward and unbecoming
practices within the beloved organisation without the concomitant checks and
balances.
It would be a perverting of justice for the branches of ANC to be silent and
noncommittal while the support is dwindling.

The mind-sets of the branches do not have to be adulterated with last-ditch


tenders, employment and/or deployment.
It is also critical and central that the leaders should step down if they have
overstayed their political welcome.
The ANC is not an institution of dictatorship, tyranny and political intolerance.
The emergent gulf between the ANC and our people was created by unpopular
money making schemes like the e tolls, taxation amendment bill intended to
permit government to manage the employment benefits of workers, corruption,
crony capitalism, nepotism, lack of access to leaders, state capture, Presidential
state finance capture, red tape, egocentrism, trust deficit etc.
I humbly make a clarion call to our political leaders (clean and contaminated) in
South Africa to scrap the e tolls and other unpopular decisions as well as
sincerely apologise to the general public for all malpractices.
The ANC should muster courage and request the current President Jacob Zuma
to step down prior to the next general election if they harbour intentions of
winning the forthcoming general elections.
Zuma is riddled with counterproductive complacency because he (Zuma) is
selfishly dribbling within the ANCs political 18 area.
The ANC is subsequently prone and susceptible to plethora political scores in
favour of the political opposition.

The President is digging his own political grave coined and crafted: Jacob G
Zuma RIP (politically).
The ANC has gapping goalposts because of the current President; we do not
have to duck and dive. Our political defence, if any, is highly vulnerable, porous
and leaky.
It is up to all the justiciable, reasonable and level-minded branches of the ANC
to take decisive action.
We have to permanently park sugar coating and damage control in respect of
the indecisions of the President.
There should be no one within the ranks of the ANC who should be permitted to
bring the ANC into disrepute.

The discipline and the constitution of the ANC should be applied without fear
or favour.
The branches of our beloved organisation have to be objective in dealing with
the Presidential conundrum.
There should be no room for personal vendetta. The President should be
deemed to be innocent until proven guilty in an appropriate forum of the ANC.
I think the ANC is suffering from a person or comrade who would take an
initiative against the President.
They are afraid of internal persecution and purge. They are scared that they will
eat grass.
They forget that they are omnivores, and that their skills and capacity will be
needed. Our country practices multi-party democracy, and in stating this I do
not abet our own comrades to defect.
The past local government elections was a wakeup call for our beloved political
leaders.
It would also be to the best interest of Zuma to resign so that a damage control
mechanism could be done for the general public of South Africa.
In case Zuma clings to power that would boomerang and ricochet against him
(Zuma) because in the event the Democratic Alliance, official opposition
political party in SA politics, wins the forthcoming national general elections in
2019, he (Zuma) would go straight to jail.
The DA wants to see Zuma in jail no matter the merits and demerits of the case.
It is abundantly clear that the public is no longer interested in Zuma as the face
of the ANC, and if he (Zuma) disrespects the popular wishes he would walk on
a plank.
At times I wonder if our President has political advisers. When he won against
former President Thabo Mbeki, in his victory speech he stated that if people no
longer need him he would step down. He is departing from his own
undertaking.
Comrade Zuma should not infuriate the electorate by overstaying his political
welcome. He is digging his own grave. Comrade Zuma should do the
honourable thing by stepping down because he wants to see the ANC winning
the national general elections.

It would be a mala fide, malicious and reckless gamble to face the national
general elections with Zuma as the face of the ANC.
It would be fascinating, refreshing and gratifying for the electorate to have the
ANC contest the national general elections under a new ANC president. The
said act would keep all political vultures like the DA and EFF at bay.
The more the ANC keeps Zuma as President the more they solidify the
opposition political parties.
This is tantamount and analogous to the ANC giving opposition political
parties ammunition to overpower the popular political movement.
However, my humble suggestion to the ANC is to disarm the opposition by
requesting Zuma to step down.
In this manner the opposition would run out of ammunition. This will be a
highly beneficial political detonation exercise by the treasured ANC.
The ANC must manage the Zuma political process professionally, measuredly
and amicably.
The organisation should not approach comrade Zuma with a big brother
attitude.
There is no one who is above the ANC, but comrade Zuma is a senior member
of the organisation and he must be afforded deserved respect, honour and
dignity.
The ANC should also assure Zuma that they will ensure that they protect him
from all 783 alleged criminal charges.
This is wrong in an open, free and democratic society that respects the rule of
law.
Nonetheless, The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) was designed to
create political pardons for all Apartheid atrocities and crimes.
Then if the country went at length to pardon such grave and heinous crimes, it
would then be politically correct to also pardon Zuma.
He (Zuma) contributed immensely to the dawn of South Africa that we live in at
the moment.

It would be extremely diabolical to shun the quantum of contribution he made


in the current political dispensation and landscape.
In the ANC we do not need another EFF or Cope or UDM. This suggestion will
give the opposition political parties and media a field day, but the very same
platform they employ was made possible by the generous contribution of Zuma
to the Apartheid struggle, media freedom and constitutional democracy. Each
and every case should be judged on its own merits.
The author would like to accentuate that he is not encouraging and abetting the
commission of crime, but suggests a way forward for untenable political
situation in South Africa.
In addition, what the author states is a humble suggestion that is not cast in
stone.
The recalcitrance, obstinacy and obduracy of Zuma not to step down could be
borne from fear of criminal prosecution.
Thus the political solutions mentioned supra are architected by the author to
expedite Zuma political exit.
The branches of the ANC should be vigilant, wary and circumspect when it
comes to electing the next ANC President.
They should not elect a person with garbage of scandals, debacles and
calamities.
It is my humble submission that the current ANC deputy president, Cyril
Ramaphosa, should not be elected as the next ANC President.
He (Ramaphosa) has proven beyond reasonable doubt that he cannot be the next
president of the ANC due to what happened in Marikana.
The workers who perished in Marikana will still linger in the minds of the
electorate, especially Amcu, NUM and Cosatu members. The working class will
not vote for the ANC if Ramaphosa is president of the ANC.
He (Ramaphosa) and Motsepe are tokens of Economic Apartheid. They are
employed to fool us and the outside world that we (Africans) are economically
empowered whereas that is not the case. They are symbols that are designed to
undermine our intelligence and the intelligence of the outside world.

I have the right to express my unfettered views. I have the right to freedom of
expression.
These rights will not gather dust, I am duty bound to express the true economic
state of South Africa in order to liberate the masses from malevolent tentacles
of Economic Apartheid.
We make a clarion call upon the outside world to help our poor country from
this callous and unsympathetic South African economic system.
It is in order to pay homage and gratitude to the outside world for helping our
country to annihilate Apartheid.
In the light of the fact that they (outside world) managed to open their hearts by
assisting our poor country, we humbly request them (outside world) to also
support us to repeal Economic Apartheid.
The ANC cannot afford to lose the Presidency and governance of the country
due to unpopular choices.
The ANC will shot itself in the foot in the event the branches elect Ramaphosa
as the next president of organisation. The opposition political parties like EFF
will have a field day.
Another round of political ammunition would be at the disposal of the
opposition parties.
The branches of the ANC should appoint a president of the ANC who
commands respect of the tripartite alliance as well as the electorate.
The author holds in awe Mr Gwede Mantashe as he has impeccable record in
trade unionism as well as politics.
In the analysis and prognosis of the author Mr Mantashe is respected by the
members of the tripartite alliance as well as the electorate. He is the master of
his political craft. The ANC will win the next general elections if Mantashe is at
the helm.
The author is enthralled by the level of intellect and English thrown into the
equation when Mantashe talks.
In the event the branches of the ANC do not concur and vindicate the political
opinion of the author, then Mr Kgalema Motlanthe should be brought back and
president the movement.

He (Motlanthe) does not hold political grudges against anyone within the
tripartite alliance, including Zuma.
The elevation of Motlanthe to Presidency will not mean the hurling of Zuma
into penitentiary.
Motlanthe just like Mantashe has an impeccable trade unionism and political
background.
The disgruntled members of the ANC who left the organisation with Julius
Malema will come back to the ANC under Motlanthe. Malema mentioned the
possibility of working with Motlanthe.
The author was very fond of Malema while he was the President of the African
National Congress Youth League.
He (Malema) could have been the president of the ANC and the country one
day.
However, the lack of respect for the top six of the ANC led to his exit from the
organisation (ANC).
However, clean, untainted and uncontaminated governance should be
cultivated, nurtured as well as safeguarded.
The author was told by a reliable source that Dr Zweli Mkhize was brought to
Luthuli House to succeed Zuma.
However, even though he (Mkhize) is installed as the president of the ANC to
protect Zuma from criminal prosecution, he (Mkhize) is not a bad choice.
He (Mkhize) would do a sterling job as the president of the ANC and the
country although he is not as charismatic as Mantashe when it comes to public
speaking.
He (Mkhize) does not have a past rapport with the working class and trade
unions as compared to Mantashe and Motlanthe.
The author thinks he (Mkhize) is not the best bet for the ANC to win the next
national general elections.
In the humble opinion of the author Mr Mantashe or Motlanthe are the best
political candidates to save the skin of the ANC in the next national general
elections.

Our other political martyrs like Comrade Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, Walter
Sisulu, Solomon Mahlangu, Chris Hani, Joe Slovo, Joe Modise and Steve Biko
are turning in their graves because their fight for social and economic
emancipation is in vain. All I know is that their tears in their graves will not be
in vain.
This is not South Africa that they sacrificed their lives for in so many years of
Apartheid struggle.
It is painful and agonizing that the economic wealth of the country is still
wielded by the minority.
All these will never deter me, but instead I will navigate fresh ways and modus
operandi to ensure that I make a significant contribution to our terrific country
and the World.
It is high time that we should not rely on government and individuals for our
own prosperity as our World is filled with heartless and malicious inhabitants.
We have to explore ways and means to overtake the red tape and bureaucratic
standards levelled against us.
It is very important to stop capitulating and succumbing to all pull him down
syndromes directed against us.
Every person on earth has a specific calling to fulfil and accomplish, and it
would be a disservice to leave your calling to ruins or tatters.
In the event you do not know what your calling is, you can ask God for answers
by kneeling down and praying. The Almighty will furnish you with a divine
reply.
The Almighty created us for a specific purpose, and He can tell us the details
through nocturnal visions.
It is not easy to come face to face with our Creator and Maker. You would do
hapless and unfortunate gestures like covering yourself with a blanket.
However, as Black people in South Africa, we suffered under the unkind
tentacles of Apartheid, and we continue to suffer under the so-called
democracy. Our economic and social pain is in perpetuity.
Our bright future is in our hands, and we have to use our brains to propel our
own success and prosperity.

We do not need fish from those who are in the forefront of economic terrain; all
we need is equal and unfettered opportunity. We need a levelled playing field.
It is paramount that all red tape, bureaucratic and pulling him syndrome
practitioners should be named and shamed.
However, it cannot be economically, politically and socially right for a person
to supress another.
Those who practice the ills and impurities mentioned supra should be
blacklisted so that they cannot acquire other opportunities (commercial,
employment and otherwise).
I guarantee all these proposed measures would play a significant role in
curtailing retrogressive patterns like red tape.
All that is transpiring in the World is not a true and genuine reflection of the
series of events.
I congratulate all those countries and teams that won accolades at the local,
continental and World stage. Nonetheless, the results may not be the correct
reflection of the outcome as a young man or woman in the lower ranks may
have been a victim of red tape.
In case the poor man or woman could have been accorded unencumbered and
equivalent break he or she may have transformed the outcome of the results.
This is another form of match-fixing that could be thrown into the equation. He
or she may also have won the World Footballer of the year.
I went to former Orlando Pirates training grounds at Megawatt Park in
Sunninghill, Johannesburg, South Africa.
I amazed and astonished the late Orlando Pirates Assistant Coach Mr Ronald
Mkandawire with ball skills.
I rounded the whole Megawatt soccer ground playing with a tennis ball without
touching the ground.
I would utilise all the bodily parts like the head, knee and heels without the
tennis ball touching the ground.
I was friends with the tennis ball hence it heeded all the calls I made. I made the
music and the tennis ball danced to it.

It is high time for young players to harness their ball control skills by
befriending themselves with a tennis ball.
When parents send you to go and buy bread, take the tennis ball with you and
create music.
The youngsters must sleep, talk, walk, sneeze and breathe a tennis ball, and I bet
their ball skills will surpass those of talismanic Lionel Messi as well as magical
Cristiano Ronaldo.
They will one day collect the prestigious and esteemed Ballon dOr. I beseech
them to be addicted to a tennis ball, and they will be the finest footballers to
grace our soccer diamonds.
Nonetheless, youngsters need to be mindful of motor vehicles and other road
users when playing with tennis ball. They also have to be attentive and wary of
the windows.
I have never broken a window when I played with the tennis ball to develop and
nurture my football skills.
Mr Mkandawire called me to practice with the senior team, and I dwarfed the
former Orlando Pirates captain John Moeti. The latter chased me away to go
and sit on the side-lines.
At the time the Head Coach of Orlando Pirates was the late Shaibu Amodu, and
I requested him to sign me.
He (Amodu) referred me to the management of Orlando Pirates to sign me, and
I said to him: Coach the management does not know me and my soccer skills.
Kindly take me to management if you harbour any intentions of signing me.
Ironically, he (Amodu) retorted: You South Africans do not understand
football. I called it quits because he (Amodu) took me for granted.
I guarantee there are extremely talented players who were victims of red tape,
and who would have an impact in the current landscape of tournaments locally,
continentally and globally.
The status quo should be changed, all and sundry should do self-introspection to
gauge whether they are practising the dreadful pull him down syndrome.

I salute and revere former South African national team and Orlando Pirates
player Dumisa Ngobe and Joseph Ngake as they were cooperative at the Bucs
camp.
Ngobe would encourage and abet us (trialists) to play with the ball to impress
the coach while the senior team is practising separately.
Ngake used to protect me so that I can climb up the Pirates bus destined to
Megawatt Park Training Grounds from inner city Johannesburg.
In addition, the late Orlando Pirates midfielder Clifford Moleko was very
supportive, kind and compassionate.
The honourable chairman of Orlando Pirates, Dr Irvin Khoza, was very
supportive at Pirates.
He (Khoza) asked me where do I stay, and I made a blunder by telling him that I
stay around Johannesburg.
I reckon he (Khoza) asked that question with an intention of helping me with
accommodation so that I can be nurtured at Pirates.
I would have one day donned the famous colours of Pirates one of the
aristocrats of South African football.
However, the late Mamelodi Sundowns right back, Samuel Nkambule also
advised me to abstain from girls and alcohol after witnessing my football
artistry.
However, our Chappies Little League under 12 team lambasted Mamelodi
Sundowns under 12 team at HM Pietje Stadium in Mamelodi, South Africa.
May the Almighty God be with Khoza, Ngobe, Ngake, and all the people who
added value to my livelihood.
Another hateful and evil player at Pirates was Andries Sebola as every time we
played with the ball to showcase our skills to the coach, Sebola will take the ball
from us.
I reckon he (Sebola) was scared that we will take his position at Pirates as he
was languishing on the bench.
Nonetheless, maybe Lady Luck was not on my side as I never made it into
professional set up.

At some stage my team squared up against Witbank Aces reserve team, and
Aces was highly impressed and wanted to sign me.
The transaction was blockaded by my White teammates as they never wanted to
part ways with me.
At Kaizer Chiefs Neil Tovey and Brian Baloyi were stars that were very
humble, supportive and acceded to taking pictures.
The late Thabang Banda Lebese was very arrogant, uncooperative and
egocentric as he refused to the taking of pictures.
He was driving a superlative German automobile BMW 325ci and I was a
young poor pedestrian who loved what they did on the soccer pitch.
It is an honour and privilege as a young person to have unique, idiosyncratic as
well as novel pictures of the soccer stars you hold in awe.
A few years down the line, he became a man of straw. In 2006 I came across
him (Lebese) in Johannesburg walking, and I was driving a brand new Audi A3.
He gazed and starred at me until I vanished. One heart said to me stop and
remind him (Lebese) about what he did to me at Naturena Chiefs Village.
Another heart dictated that I should just walk away. I adhered to the latter by
driving away.
I have decided to coin and craft this book, publish it and for that I do not need
government or individual favours.
It is in order to take this opportunity and thank ITunes for giving all and sundry
the chance to express their God-given talent and make a living at the same time.
However, by doing this ITunes has shredded red tape and bureaucracy into tiny
pieces.
I thank all the people who blockaded my way to success and prosperity, because
they made me a better person. Let bygones be bygones!
I have subjected all the troubles they threw into my path to dialectics, and now I
became a victor. In the event the Lord Almighty says yes there is no one who
can say no!

Chapter 2
Brian Acton and Jan Koum

WhatsApp Inc. was founded in 2009 by Brian Acton and Jan Koum, both
former employees of Yahoo!.
After Koum and Acton left Yahoo! in September 2007, the duo travelled to
South America as a break from work.
At one point they applied for jobs at Facebook but were rejected. For the rest of
the following years Koum relied on his $400,000 savings from Yahoo!
In January 2009, after purchasing an iPhone and realizing that the seven-monthold App Store was about to spawn a whole new industry of apps, he started
visiting his friend Alex Fishman in West San Jose where the three would
discuss "...having statuses next to individual names of the people," but this was
not possible without an iPhone developer, so Fishman introduced Koum to Igor
Solomennikov, a developer in Russia that he had found on RentACoder.com.
Koum almost immediately chose the name "WhatsApp" because it sounded like
"what's up", and a week later on his birthday, on February 24, 2009, he
incorporated WhatsApp Inc. in California.
However, early WhatsApp kept crashing or getting stuck and at a particular
point, Koum felt like giving up and looking for a new job, upon which Acton
encouraged him to wait for a "few more months".
In June 2009, Apple launched push notifications, letting developers ping users
when they were not using an app. Koum updated WhatsApp so that each time
the user changed their statuses, it would ping everyone in the user's network.
WhatsApp 2.0 was released with a messaging component and the active users
suddenly swelled to 250,000.
Koum visited Acton, who was still unemployed while managing another start up
and decided to join the company.
In October Acton persuaded five ex-Yahoo! friends to invest $250,000 in seed
funding, and as a result was granted co-founder status and a stake. He officially
joined on November 1.
After months at beta stage, the application eventually launched in November
2009 exclusively on the App Store for the iPhone.

Koum then hired an old friend who lived in Los Angeles, Chris Peiffer, to make
the BlackBerry version, which arrived two months later.
WhatsApp was switched from a free to paid service to avoid growing too fast,
mainly because the primary cost was sending verification texts to users.
In December 2009 WhatsApp for the iPhone was updated to send photos. By
early 2011, WhatsApp was in the top 20 of all apps in Apple's U.S. App Store.
In April 2011, Sequoia Capital was the only venture investor in WhatsApp and
paid approximately $8 million for more than 15 per cent of the company in
2011 on top of their $250,000 seed funding, after months of negotiation with
Sequoia partner Jim Goetz.
By February 2013, WhatsApp's user base had swollen to about 200 million
active users and its staff to 50. Sequoia invested another $50 million, valuing
WhatsApp at $1.5 billion.
In a December 2013 blog post, WhatsApp claimed that 400 million active users
use the service each month.
As of April 22, 2014, WhatsApp had over 500 million monthly active users, 700
million photos and 100 million videos were being shared daily, and the
messaging system was handling more than 10 billion messages each day.
On August 24, 2014, Koum announced on his Twitter account that WhatsApp
had over 600 million active users worldwide.
At that point WhatsApp was adding about 25 million new users every month, or
833,000 active users per day.
With 65 million active users representing 10% of the total worldwide users,
India has the largest number of consumers.
The author expresses his gratitude to Google for supplying information about
Mr Acton and Mr Koum.
These are great examples of innovations that made a colossal, massive and
elephantine difference in the modern lives.
They should serve as an enormous source of encouragement to create new and
modern inventions that can make the World a great place to inhabit.

It does not take to be a rocket scientist to create inventions on the planet earth. I
am not a computer programmer or internet entrepreneur, but that cannot deter
me from making originations in other fields or terrains.
The World is our oyster because it has a plethora of opportunities at our
disposal.
I concur and vindicate the point that there are bureaucratic standards levelled
against us, but we can overcome them.
Mr Acton and Koum applied for jobs at Facebook, but their applications were
unsuccessful.
The latter was unfazed as this set back spurred him on to formulate Whatsapp,
Inc, and it became a multibillion commercial participant.
Ironically, the very same Facebook that rejected the job applications of the duo
bought Whatsapp for $19 billion.
I think Facebook is licking its wounds as it would have been cheaper to acquire
Whatsapp, if they hired the founders.
I call upon all job applicants who were rejected by their potential employers to
give the latter the best taste of their own medicine by flourishing with
inventions as well as writing.
This should encourage others to continue to fulfil and accomplish their dreams
even if the odds are stacked against them. They should make their detractors
and rejecters eat humble pie.
I long for the day when there would be Anti-Red Tape Radio and Television
Features that tackle the Pull Him Down Syndrome by the scruff of the neck.
They can tabulate the above media feature as Red Tape Buster or Name &
Shame Corner.
The audience should be permitted to call so that they can narrate the quantum of
red tape they came across.
The alleged red tape practitioner should be given a chance to state his or her
side of the story pursuant to audi alteram partem rule.
Then our general public can phone, sms and e mail the verdict as to who is
wrong between the red tape practitioner as well as the purported victim.

It would be ideal and opportune to remind our beautiful and lovely readers that
this book is copyrighted.
Therefore it would be counterproductive and foolhardy to implement parts of
this book without the requisite written permission from the author.
It would be a rendition of injustice and inequity to your conscience in the event
you plagiarise ideas of others.
It is healthy to invent and originate your own ideas so that your sense of
originality can be adored.
Plagiarism has been said to involve the use of anothers work without
attribution, as if it were ones own original work.
A more detailed definition has been given as, the deliberate or reckless
representation of anothers words, thoughts or ideas as ones own without
attribution in connection with submission of academic work, whether graded or
otherwise. What is key in both definitions is the use of anothers work and the
lack of attribution.
Plagiarism appears to raise an ethical issue as opposed to a legal one with
educational institutions being so averse to it that it has resulted in harsh
disciplinary measures being taken against those found to have engaged in it.
Academic institutions in dealing with this have not spared even professors.
For instance, Marks Chabedi, a professor, plagiarized Kimberly Lanegrans
work and submitted it as his own work. Upon discovery, he was fired from his
professorship and his Ph.D. was revoked.
This is just one example of the adverse impact plagiarism can have on a
persons reputation.
Unfortunately it has become the norm rather than the exception. Noting that
plagiarism involves the use of anothers work, it is important to distinguish it
from copyright infringement.
This is because copyright is the legal term used to describe the right that
creators have over their literary and artistic works which include books, music,
paintings among others.
The Kenya Copyright Act provides for instances where copyright infringement
is said to arise.

It is important to note that a copyright shall be infringed by a person who,


without the licence of the owner of the copyright- (a) Does, or causes to be
done, an act the doing of which is controlled by the copyright; or (b) Imports, or
causes to be imported, otherwise than for his own private or domestic use, an
article which he knows to be an infringing copy.
When it comes to copyright infringement, since it is a right that is protected
under statute, a copyright holder can sue for its breach.
An example of this was in the Kenyan case of JOHN BONIFACE MAINA v
SAFARICOM LIMITED [2013] eKLR in which the Court found that the
plaintiff had copyright to his recording which the defendant was offering to the
public for a profit.
It therefore granted him an ANTON PILLER ORDERS to ensure that his
statutory rights of copyright were salvaged at that point of trial since it must
preserve vital evidence necessary during trial.
In view of the above, we see that the type of works that are capable of being
plagiarized are also capable of being protected by copyright and hence can be
infringed.
Despite this similarity some few differences may be noted between the two.
Firstly, for there to be copyright infringement the plaintiff must illustrate that
their work is protected by copyright.
This requirement does not attach to plagiarism. Secondly, in respect of
copyright, if a person has permission to use the work then he cannot be liable
for copyright infringement.
With plagiarism, the only consideration is whether or not there is an
acknowledgement of the author.
Therefore, a person may have permission to use anothers work but if they do
not acknowledge the author and present it as their own idea then one is liable
for plagiarism.
Thirdly, with copyright infringement a person has recourse to legal remedies but
this is not the case with plagiarism.
Lastly, it has been said that whereas copyright infringement is a construct of the
law, plagiarism is a construct of ethics.

Chapter 3
New and Current Innovations:
Global State and State Companies Salary Advice Marketing by
Zenani France Sibanyoni

However, the salary advice of government employees as well as state


companies from all over the World does not contain and encompass adverts.
They represent a huge and lucrative marketing space as our governments from
all over the World are gargantuan employers. The state corporations are also
vast employers.
It is financially healthy and relevant to endeavour to invent commodities that
would be helpful globally.
There are abundant chances of being a billionaire in case your market is global
rather than local.
It is also crucial to ensure that the type of business that you involve yourself in
should operate 24/7 365 rather than an 8 am to 5 pm kind of business.
The former type of commercial enterprise can catapult you into a billionaire
while the latter type of business can make you a man of straw.
I prefer the kind of business that would generate money even if I am on a
holiday with my family in Mauritius or playing golf or watching movies.
I also prefer the type of business that has minimal exchange of money among
staff members.
I do not like a filling station as a business because before the money can reach
the rightful owner it will pass the petrol attendant, cashier and the manager.
Nonetheless, a filling station is very good in terms of daily cash flow or
commercial activity.

However, economic common sense dictates that a certain percentage of that


money would surely be lost in transit.
Therefore, it is vital and crucial to conceive inventions that would protect your
daily cash flow.
The global state and state companies salary advice marketing business would
protect the cash flow because the advertisers would pay direct to the business
account of the company on the 25th of each month so that the business can be
able to pay members of staff at the end of each month.
There would be no exchange of company money among the staff members as
that is a recipe for disaster.
The gloomy reality is that whether we like it or not theft is rife at the
workplace, and that trend will never fade. Moreover, honest and reliable
employees are in a majority.
The companies and governments have created tighter accounting and financial
controls to no avail. It is very important for employees to refrain from stealing
because it is a dismissible offence in South Africa.
If there is cogent and irrefutable evidence that the employee stole, then the
worker will be dismissed.
Even if the dismissed employee appeals or reviews in the highest court in
South Africa, the Constitutional Court, the worker will not succeed.
It is incumbent upon accounting students to invent ways, means and
modalities to circumvent pilfering.
It is also unavoidable upon computer programmers to invent modus operandi
that would counteract larceny.
I can assure you that accounting invention to shed theft at workplace would be
worth billions globally.
It would be in high demand all over the World, and I reckon I have given
accounting and computer program students food for thought.

The accounting end product would be your lasting legacy, and it would be
talked about at your funeral.
It would bring billions for you, and you can also register a fideicommissary trust
in respect of it so that there is no descendant who can sell the intellectual
property.
Your descendants would be entitled to the proceeds of the accounting
invention without a right to alienate it.
It is correct and proper to be remembered as inventors rather than armed
robbers.
It is noble to strive to be a better person every day. We do not have to be
stagnant and motionless.
Nonetheless, the quantum of red tape and squalor circumstances thrown at
the masses are ground of justification to commit economic crime, in case it is
done as a final resort after all the legal and reasonable steps to acquire selfsufficiency have been exhausted.
I do not condone crime, I detest crime, I have no criminal conviction, but
governments and companies need to make thorough self-introspection.
They create situations and circumstances that propel good citizens to commit
crime.
The author has transmitted numerous proposals to South African government
to earn a living in a noble and lawful manner, but all the doors were shut in my
face. The author also directed lucrative, sustainable and lasting business
proposals to South African corporate citizens. The answer that the author
acquired was predictable no.
What option is government and companies giving us? In the event a person is
hungry he will do all that is necessary to feed himself and his family, including
but not limited to monetary crime. Those who have glass houses must not
throw stones.

In case that happens who is the criminal? Is it the hungry person or heartless
government or company officials? I reckon relevant government and company
officials can be tabulated as the real criminals and/or accessories after the fact.
It is therefore important for all unemployed people to transmit e mails to
companies and governments applying for jobs as well as cliental work.
They should create a history of all the reasonable and legal steps they took
before resorting to the ultimate avenue.
They should have a bona fide intention of working with companies and
governments as employees or contractual clients.
Then if their requests fall on deaf ears and they resort to crime they should
furnish the history of all lawful and reasonable steps taken to live a principled
life.
However, if they are arrested and attend criminal courts, the e mails directed
to germane government and company officials should be used as a basis to
charge the pertinent state and company human resources as well as
procurement officials as accessories after the fact.
This is a plausible step because in case the government and companies
acceded to the e mailed reasonable, legal and implementable requests of the
accused, the commercial crime could not have been committed.
In other words the appropriate government and company officers should be
perceived to be the root causes of the financial crime committed.
It should be the co-responsibility of government, companies and individuals to
fight crime by entering into commercial intercourse.
Where does the guilty government and company officers expect our people to
get the next meal if they victimise our people through crony capitalism, red
tape and pulling him down syndrome?
Are applicable government and company officers expecting our people to get
the next meal by the barrel of the gun?
The crime statistics are high because of errant government and company
officers indecisions and indiscretions. There is absolutely no ground of

justification for rape and other crimes that are not commercially-oriented. The
rapists should be jailed in the event there is cogent evidence and the key
thrown into the sea.
Nonetheless, the rapists too have rights in jail like entitlement to meals,
rehabilitation measures as well as parole, if applicable.
The time is opportune and pertinent for government to serve the interests of
the nation, not personal as well as narrow interests.
It is time for government and companies to reduce the distance between noble
policies of economic empowerment and the implementation. They should fast
track implementation.
We are sick and tired of the mountain of detours, twists and turns taken. We
need efficiency and acta non verbae.
Our governments all over the World should establish Anti-Bureaucracy Courts
or Units that should have the mandate to rip the red tape in the bud. The
author offers governments from all over the World with the drafting of
legislation governing the establishment of those Anti-Bureaucracy structures.
The development of our people and communities could have been far better if
it was not the scourge of red tape.
However, logic and rationality dictates that I cannot just dwell on the
economics about the countries and their governments.
It is magnificent to give a brief statement about each country so that the
readership can know about the size of the population of each country,
language, currency, capital city, presidency as well as the total number of
government employees. The author resorted to Google to acquire this
information.
However, this methodology will create a picture about the size of the market
of the innovative marketing strategy.
The governments employ a titanic number of employees, and this is the list of
the number of employees by various governments, barring state parastatals:

3.1 South Africa


Country in Africa
South Africa is a country on the southernmost tip of the African continent,
marked by several distinct ecosystems. Inland safari destination Kruger
National Park is populated by big game. The Western Cape offers beaches, lush
winelands around Stellenbosch and Paarl, craggy cliffs at the Cape of Good
Hope, forest and lagoons along the Garden Route, and the city of Cape Town,
beneath flat-topped Table Mountain.
Capitals: Pretoria (administrative), Cape Town (legislative), Bloemfontein
(judicial)
Dialing code: +27
Currency: South African rand
Population: 52.98 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: English, Afrikaans, Zulu, Xhosa, Southern Sotho, Northern
Sotho, Ndebele, Venda, Tsonga etc.
The author researched the number of government employees in various
countries.
This exercise is important to measure and gauge the quantum of the market for
this innovative idea.
The statistics found are a few years old, but are imperative because they give an
insight as to the estimated market share of the creative idea.
In some countries the author endeavoured to acquire the number of public
servants to no avail.
It is also vital to note that the author tried to acquire the number of employees of
the government parastatals to no avail.
This dictates that the market share of this original idea is bigger than it is
depicted and portrayed in this book.
In South Africa, the country of birth of the author, there are 1.3 million public
servants.
Govt employs 1.3m public servants
2010-11-24 14:05
Cape Town - There are almost 1.3 million public servants employed within
South Africa's national and provincial governments, Public Service and
Administration Minister Richard Baloyi said on Wednesday.
In a written reply to a parliamentary question, he said national government
employed 391 922 people, and the nine provincial governments a total of
891,430 people.

Of the total 1 283 352 government employees, 10 598 were senior managers, 20
996 "middle" managers, and 1 251 758 served at a "non-management service
level".
Among the provinces, the KwaZulu-Natal government employed the most
public servants (187 673), followed by Gauteng (150 303).
The Eastern Cape government has 146 714 public servants, while the Western
Cape employs 77 820.
The reply is dated October 22 this year.
This is reported by a reputable News24.
Then it would be highly affordable and reasonable to charge an advertiser $1
per advert made on an individual government employee salary advice.
The amount charged to the advertiser would be highly palatable, inviting and
tantalizing.
At the time of writing this book the dollar to South African rand exchange rate
stood at R13, 74.
Thus fair and equitable economic law dictates that the innovative marketing
idea should be charged in US dollar.
1 300 000 SA government employees x $1 = $ 6.5 million
The printing costs for advertisers on global state salary advice would not be
expensive and complicated.
It boils down to copying and pasting the advertisers logo, services or products
as well as contact details. The internet has made our lives easier and tranquil.
The internet is another great invention to change the lives of multitudes.
The million dollar question is who is the owner of global state salary advice? Is
it global governments, employees and/or trade unions?
The employment contracts between governments and employees are silent on
this subject, and this maybe a bone of contention. There are also no directives
dwelling on this issue.

I reckon the owner of the aforesaid global state employee salary advice is the
one who printed the salary advice.
The global governments bear the printing costs of the worldwide government
employees salary advice.
Nonetheless, it would be paramount to contribute between 5 and 10 % of the
net profit of this massive and substantial marketing idea to the state as well as
state corporations employees.
The aforesaid percentage could be contributed to a Trust Fund that would
have the Aims and Objectives of empowering the aforesaid employees.
This may ensure peace, harmony and tranquillity between all the relevant
stakeholders.
It would be vital to engage all the relevant stakeholders, including but not
limited to government workforces, state corporations personnel and/or trade
unions on this lucrative topic as they may declare a labour dispute citing
unilateral change to terms and conditions of employment.
In order to formalise business relations, it would be significant to sign a Service
Level Agreement between governments and service provider (the author).
Another conundrum could be transparent, fair and equitable government
procurement processes.
Is it necessary for the marketing project to go to elaborate, high level and fullblown tender processes?
Would this be fair, equitable and reasonable to the inventor who has
intellectual property upon the novelty?
I reckon it would be fair, just and reasonable for governments to sign a Service
Level Agreement with the service provider (the author).
The rationale behind could be that the service provider owns copyright upon
the marketing innovation, and it cannot be subject to open tender.
How can the poor service provider compete against other tenderers in respect
of his own copyright?

This Book and its contents are copyrighted to the author, and logic and
rationality dictates that governments need to accord the author Service Level
Agreements.
The intellectual property of the author in respect of this book and its contents
are protected by the Berne Convention and the majority of countries all over
the World are signatories thereof.
There is no one in the whole globe that has the locus standi in iudicio to
question the quantum of copyright owned by the author in respect of this
innovative marketing idea.
It is the humble submission of the author that there is nothing barring others
to come up with innovative ideas and thereby partner with government and
government parastatals.
The aforementioned would-be tenderers slept on their laurels while the author
went to intellectual trouble of conceiving the marketing idea.
However, rationality, equity and the tenets of natural justice dictate that the
author should be accorded an open sesame to enjoy the fruits of his labour.
This will encourage others to contribute to the innovative World rather than
dwelling upon consumerism.
The awarding of the Service Level Agreements to the author cannot be
denounced as corruption, crony capitalism and nepotism.
Nonetheless, the author is ready and prepared to furnish destitute orphans all
over the World with bravura fatherhood.
In other words, the author is ready and prepared to feed, clothe as well as
educate orphans all over the World with between 5 and 10% of the proceeds
of this innovative marketing idea.
This fact can be incorporated and encapsulated into the four corners of the
Service Level Agreement.
The author will philanthropically formulate Zenani Children Fund (ZCF) a global
vehicle that will ensure that orphans from all over the World are provided with
shelter, food, clothes, education as well proper upbringing.

I was born and bred in South Africa, and I think it is incumbent upon me to
contribute to our picturesque Rainbow Nation and the World.
It was an honour and privilege to meet our late former president Dr Nelson
Rolihlahla Mandela.
I met him at the time he (Mandela) was the Chancellor of my alma mater
University of Limpopo (formerly known as University of the North).
I was in a library reading Things Fall Apart when I went outside for a hiatus. I
then saw a man who was the newly-elected president of the African National
Congress (ANC) and on the brink of being elected the president of our scenic
country.
I know Madiba magic first hand as after touching his hand I said: Oh my
leader.
I was overwhelmed with Madiba magic to an extent that I would politicise each
and every word in Things Fall Apart.
Thus I cannot depart the planet earth without contributing to the land of Tata
Madiba.
The ball is in the court of government to work in partnership with the author to
kindle the better life for all orphans in South Africa and the World.

3.2 China
Country in East Asia
China is a populous nation in East Asia whose vast landscape encompasses
grassland, desert, mountains, lakes, rivers and more than 14,000km of coastline.
Capital Beijing mixes modern architecture with historic sites such as the
Forbidden City palace complex and Tiananmen Square. Shanghai is a
skyscraper-studded global financial centre. The iconic Great Wall of China runs
east-west across the country's north.
Capital: Beijing
Population: 1.357 billion (2013) World Bank
Currency: Renminbi
President: Xi Jinping
Official language: Standard Mandarin

BEIJING (Caixin Online) Chinas 39 million civil servants and public


workers will get a pay raise of at least 60% of their base salaries as part of
pension plan overhaul.
Caixin is a Beijing-based media group dedicated to providing high-quality and
authoritative financial and business news and information through periodicals,
online and TV/video programs.
The accounting law dictates that globally we have to utilize the US Dollar to
measure marketing charges.
It would be counterproductive for the author to depart from the general norm
and standard of the markets.
The author will use the US Dollar as a currency and this will ensure greater
affordability for the advertisers. It will also generate huge and enormous
commercial activity.
In case advertisers are charged $1 per individual government employee salary
advice that would translate into $39 million per month.
The figure is massive and the author will surely contribute to the improvement
of Chinese government employees and the communities, especially destitute
orphans. This will also include the empowerment of Chinese government
corporations personnel.
However, the author is open to discussion with all the stakeholders so that this
inventive marketing idea can benefit all and sundry.
The author who is the proprietor of this intellectual property is ready to enter
into discussions with social workers to see how destitute children could be
aided.
It is very difficult to be an orphan, and the author is prepared to father Chinese
orphans.
The Service Level Agreement between the author and the Chinese government
will enable the former to father the poor Chinese orphans.
The ball is in the court of the Chinese government to work with the author. The
ball is also in the court of the Chinese corporate citizens to utilize this
fascinating and penetrative marketing idea.
I adulate and revere Chinese martial art actor Jet Li. The first Li film I watched
was Bodyguard From Beijing and it was love at first sight.

It would be a lifetime opportunity to contribute to the country where this great


martial artist hails from.

3.3 United States of America


Country
The U.S. is a country of 50 states covering a vast swath of North America, with
Alaska in the northwest and Hawaii extending the nations presence into the
Pacific Ocean. Major Atlantic Coast cities are New York, a global finance and
culture centre, and capital Washington, DC. Midwestern metropolis Chicago is
known for influential architecture and on the west coast, Los Angeles'
Hollywood is famed for filmmaking.
Capital: Washington, D.C.
Dialing code: +1
Population: 318.9 million (2014)
President: Barack Obama
National anthem: The Star-Spangled Banner
States: California, Hawaii, Florida, Texas, Massachusetts, more
So how does Uncle Sams workforce compare? The US Bureau of Labour
Statistics conducts a monthly survey as part of its Current Employment
Statistics (CES) programme. Around 144,000 businesses and government
agencies are included.
We calculated the average US employment numbers for April, May and June
2014 and compared them to StatsSA data. An average of 2.123-million people
worked for the US federal government during that time.
A further 5.063-million people worked in 50 state governments and 14.108million were employed by local authorities.
(We excluded the US Postal Service from the count, as StatsSA does not
categorise South African Post Office workers as government employees.)
That left us with a US tally of 21.294-million civil servants almost ten times
the corresponding number for South Africa.
The aforesaid statistic is attributable to Africa Check Organisation.

The accounting law dictates that $21. 294 million could be amassed per month
in case advertisers are charged $1 per individual government salary advice.
The fact that the marketing modus operandi is highly lucrative, simple and not
costly is the reason why the author copyrighted it.
The author is entitled to interdict whoever embarks upon the contents of this
Book without the requisite written permission.
A big plus at the disposal of the author is the right to sue for civil damages
occasioned by the guilty party.
I humbly beseech and implore our wonderful readers to do the right thing. Do
something within the confines and parameters of the rule of law.
The civil litigation costs are very expensive; we do not have to spend our
productive time in the court rooms.
We have to spend our qualitative time with our notebooks coining and crafting
what will make our magnificent globe a habitat filled with peace, harmony as
well as tranquillity.
It is imperative to spend our time to ourselves meditating about the needs of our
people and the solutions thereof. Our time in the court rooms will taint and soil
our final tribute.
Remember, we have to make an undertaking that we will leave a splendid
memory about us.
It would be a bad day in the office, in the event people remember us as
plagiarists and intellectual property theft practitioners.
Once again the author is open to discussions with all the stakeholders in all the
countries to explore modalities to empower all and sundry.
We have to park greed and jealousy because those are the negative ingredients
that ruin our fine-looking societies.
Proverbs 4:23: Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows
from it.
Then pursuant to the scripture mentioned supra we have to control our heart
so that it cannot be ruthless, destructive and hardnosed.

In the event we contravene the aforementioned scripture that would be


mother of all curses.
I adore and treasure the legendary work done by the great Dr Martin Luther
King junior.
In the modern times, I admire the cinematic work of Martin Lawrence, Will
Smith and Denzel Washington.
It would be a great sense of accomplishment in the event I contribute to the
destitute and poor orphans in the US (a country bedecked with elegant film
stars).

3.4 United Kingdom


Country in Europe
The United Kingdom, made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern
Ireland, is an island nation in north Western Europe. England birthplace of
Shakespeare and The Beatles is home to the capital, London, a globally
influential centre of finance and culture. England is also site of Neolithic
Stonehenge, Baths Roman spa and centuries-old universities at Oxford and
Cambridge.
Capital: London
Dialing code: +44
Prime minister: Theresa May
Population: 64.1 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Pound sterling
GDP per capita: 41,787.47 USD (2013) World Bank
Public sector employment, UK - Office for National Statistics
www.ons.gov.uk/employmentandlabourmarket/.../publicsectorpersonnel/.../pub
licsect...
Jun 15, 2016 - Total UK public sector employment was 5.354 million. ... Civil
Service employment is shown by government department and agency. ... to
monitor changes in the number of people employed in the UK public and
private sector.
In the UK the elephantine marketing idea can generate $5. 3 million per month
and the figure is mouth-watering.

The author of this Book welcomes serious investments in this massive and costeffective marketing idea.
Once again the author is prepared to provide much-needed fatherhood to the
destitute orphans in the UK.
The Service Level Agreement signed between the author and the UK
government will serve as an appropriate vehicle.
This can be tabulated as another scheme earmarked to make a difference in the
lives of poor and impoverished orphans.
In England I admire the glittering legacy and history made by the towering Sir
Alex Ferguson.
He had an immense impact in the beautiful game in the entire UK, Europe and
the World.
It would be an honour and privilege to contribute to the land where Ferguson
left an indelible mark in football.

3.5 Nigeria
Country in West Africa
Nigeria, an African country on the Gulf of Guinea, has many natural landmarks
and wildlife reserves. Protected areas such as Cross River National Park and
Yankari National Park have waterfalls, dense rainforest, savanna and rare
primate habitats. One of the most recognizable sites is Zuma Rock, a 725m-tall
monolith outside the capital of Abuja thats pictured on the national currency.
Capital: Abuja
Dialing code: +234
Population: 173.6 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Nigerian naira

Nigeria Village Square - Nigerian Village Square


www.nigeriavillagesquare.com/nasir.../reforming-our-dysfunctional-publicservice.ht...

Oct 1, 2011 - TOTAL: Public Sector Employees in Nigeria 2,602,000 ... to put
the total number of those working directly for governments at about three
million.
The marketing idea in Nigeria can amass $2, 602, 000 per month, and that is a
healthy amount of money.
It is very crucial to be philanthropic as there are children who go to school
hungry, and it is thereby ideal to contribute between 5 and 10% of sales to
deprived kids.
This should be a global contribution and support as the marketing idea is
universally applicable.
This will put a smile on those children who do not know happiness and serenity
in their young lives.
In Nigeria I venerate and lionize the soccer legend Jay Jay Okocha who used to
grace international soccer pitches with aplomb. I used to copy and paste his
football artistry. It paid dividends as I left opposition players kissing dust.
It would thus be an honour and a privilege to contribute to the land where
Okocha hails.

3.6 India
Country in South Asia
India is a vast South Asian country with diverse terrain from Himalayan peaks
to Indian Ocean coastline and history reaching back 5 millennia. In the north,
Mughal Empire landmarks include Delhis Red Fort complex and massive Jama
Masjid mosque, plus Agras iconic Taj Mahal mausoleum. Pilgrims bathe in the
Ganges in Varanasi, and Rishikesh is a yoga centre and base for Himalayan
trekking.
Capital: New Delhi
Dialing code: +91
Population: 1.252 billion (2013) World Bank
Currency: Indian rupee
Official languages: Hindi, E

India Watch :: Why & How Good Governance

www.wakeupcall.org/administration_in_india/world_class_governance.php
Total number of government employees, about 18.7 million and rest of the
population, about 1020 million! So the Indian Citizen is definitely very
powerful, if he ...
Thus $18.7 million per month could be accumulated in India as one of the most
populous countries in the World.
I read about the great leader from India, Mr Mahatma Gandhi and the quantum
of influence he had globally.
Gandhis dogma and philosophy of passive resistance led to peaceful resolution
of conflicts in the whole world. . It also played a massive role in the dawn of
democracy in South Africa.
The brainy and intellectual Afro-American civil rights leader, Dr Martin Luther
King junior followed passive resistance up to the letter.
It would be an honour and the privilege to contribute to the land of Mahatma
Gandhi in any manner possible, including, but not limited to this innovative
marketing idea.
The proceeds amassed from this marketing idea will also contribute to the
development of India, especially caring for the underprivileged orphans.

3.7 Canada
Country in North America
Canada is a North American country stretching from the U.S. in the south to the
Arctic Circle in the north. Major cities include massive Toronto, west coast film
centre Vancouver, French-speaking Montral and Qubec City, and capital city
Ottawa. Canada's vast swaths of wilderness include lake-filled Banff National
Park in the Rocky Mountains. It's also home to Niagara Falls, a famous group of
massive waterfalls.
Capital: Ottawa
Dialing code: +1
Prime minister: Justin Trudeau
Population: 35.16 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Canadian dollar
Provinces: Ontario, British Columbia, Qubec, Alberta, Nova Scotia, more

The author did research to acquire the total number of government employees in
Canada to no avail.
I have always listened to the velvety and enthralling music of Canadian
songstress Celine Dion.
It would then be a great feeling to contribute to the better life of Canadian
orphans through the marketing sales of this innovative idea.
3.8 Japan
Country in East Asia
Japan is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean with dense cities, imperial
palaces, mountainous national parks and thousands of shrines and temples.
Shinkansen bullet trains connect the main islands of Kyushu (with Okinawa's
subtropical beaches), Honshu (home to Tokyo and Hiroshimas atomic-bomb
memorial) and Hokkaido (famous for skiing). Tokyo, the capital, is known for
skyscrapers, shopping and pop culture.
Capital: Tokyo
Population: 127.3 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Japanese yen
Emperor: Akihito
Official language: Japanese
Civil service of Japan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_service_of_Japan
The Japanese civil service has over one million employees, with 400,000
workers in postal ... In trying to discover "who's in charge here," many Japan
analysts have pointed to the elite bureaucracy as the ... although they composed
only a tiny fraction of the country's more than 1 million national government
employees.
In Japan $1.4 million per month could be raked in through this innovative
marketing and advertising strategy.
Japan is home to the great and magnificent automobiles like Toyota. In South
Africa Toyota Zola Budd and Siyaya used to be held in awe. At the present
moment South African passengers are warm-hearted and fond of Toyota
Quantum.
It would also be an honour and privilege to contribute to the raising of indigent
orphans in Japan. The Service Level Agreement with the Japanese government
would set everything in motion.

3.9 Australia

Country
Australia is a country and continent surrounded by the Indian and Pacific
oceans. Its major cities Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide are
coastal. Its capital, Canberra, is inland. The country is known for its Sydney
Opera House, the Great Barrier Reef, a vast interior desert wilderness called the
Outback, and unique animal species like kangaroos and duck-billed platypuses.
Capital: Canberra
Dialing code: +61
Population: 23.13 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Australian dollar
Colleges and Universities: University of Sydney, more
6248.0.55.002 - Employment and Earnings, Public Sector, Australia ...
www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/6248.0.55.002
Statistics > By Catalogue Number ... There were 235,300 employees in
Commonwealth government, 1,476,200 in state government and 187,200 in
local government. In 2014-15, the total cash wages and salaries for the public
sector was ...
The monthly earnings could be $1, 6 million in this country nestled between the
Indian and Pacific oceans.
I have always been captivated and relished watching the movies of Mel Gibson
who grew up in Australia.
I would be grateful in the event I am afforded an opportunity to father the
Australian orphans through this inventive marketing idea.
The ball is in the court of Australian government to enter into a Service Level
Agreement (SLA) with the author. Procrastination is a thief of time.
It would be a bad day in the office in the event the global governments could
fail, neglect and/or refuse to sign with the author the SLAs. It would be
tantamount and analogous to spitting in the face of poor orphans.

3.10 New Zealand


Country in Oceania
New Zealand is a country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean consisting of 2
main islands, both marked by volcanoes and glaciation. Capital Wellington, on
the North Island, is home to Te Papa Tongarewa, the expansive national
museum. Wellingtons dramatic Mt. Victoria, along with the South Islands
Fiordland and Southern Lakes, stood in for mythical Middle Earth in Peter
Jacksons "Lord of the Rings" films.
Capital: Wellington
Dialing code: +64
Population: 4.471 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: New Zealand dollar
National anthem: God Defend New Zealand, God Save the Queen
This is the country that brought us the late Rugby legend John Lomu, and it
would be a great honour to plough back into this wonderful rugby nation.
The author made research to determine the number of government employees in
New Zealand to no avail.

3.11 South Korea


Country in East Asia
South Korea, an East Asian nation on the southern half of the Korean Peninsula,
shares one of the worlds most heavily militarized borders with North Korea.
Its equally known for its green, hilly countryside dotted with cherry trees and
centuries-old Buddhist temples, plus its coastal fishing villages, sub-tropical
islands and high-tech cities such as Seoul, the capital.
Capital: Seoul
Dialing code: +82
Currency: South Korean won
President: Park Geun-hye
Population: 50.22 million (2013) World Bank

It would be an honour and privilege to donate to the orphans of South Korea, a


land where great automobiles like Kia, Hyundai and Daewoo hail.
The author made research to acquire the figure for total number of government
employees to no avail.

3.12 North Korea


Country in East Asia
North Korea, officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, is a country
in East Asia, in the northern part of the Korean Peninsula. The name Korea is
derived from the Kingdom of Goguryeo, also spelled as Kory. Wikipedia
Capital: Pyongyang
Supreme leader: Kim Jong-un
Premier: Pak Pong-ju
Population: 24.9 million (2013) World Bank
Neighboring countries: South Korea, China, Russia
I would be grateful in case I acquire a Service Level Agreement from the North
Korean government pursuant to this innovative marketing idea so that I can
father the orphans in the country (South Korea).
It would be an honour to contribute to the country of Lee Seung-gi (North
Korean singer, actor and TV host.

3.13 Mauritius
Country in East Africa
Mauritius, an Indian Ocean island nation, is known for its beaches, lagoons and
reefs. The mountainous interior includes Black River Gorges National Park,
with rainforests, waterfalls, hiking trails and wildlife like the flying fox. Capital
Port Louis has sites such as the Champs de Mars horse track, Eureka plantation
house and 18th-century Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens.
Capital: Port Louis
Dialing code: +230
Currency: Mauritian rupee
Population: 1.296 million (2013) World Bank
President: Ameenah Gurib

The author guarantees donations to the Mauritian underprivileged orphans, in


the event a Service Level Agreement is signed between the author as well as
Mauritian government in line with the fertile marketing strategy.
The author once again researched the number of government employees in this
country without any success.

3.14 Russia
Country
Russia, the worlds largest nation, borders European and Asian countries as well
as the Pacific and Arctic oceans. Its landscape ranges from tundra and forests to
subtropical beaches. Its famous for Moscow's Bolshoi and St. Petersburg's
Mariinsky ballet companies. St. Petersburg, founded by Russian leader Peter the
Great, has the baroque Winter Palace, now housing part of the State Hermitage
Museums art collection.
Capital: Moscow
President: Vladimir Putin
Currency: Russian ruble
Population: 143.5 million (2013) World Bank
Prime minister: Dmitry Medvedev
Continent: Asia, Europe
Once again it would be an honour and privilege to contribute to the great nation
in the shape and size of Russia in case a Service Level Agreement is signed
between the author and the Russian government.
This is a nation that brought to the fore the inventor of the legendary assault
rifle, AK-47 (Automatic Kalashnikov, invented in 1947).
The author made endeavours to attain the figure for government employees in
this country without any headway.

3.15 Botswana
Country in Africa
Botswana, a landlocked country in Southern Africa, has a landscape defined by
the Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta, which becomes a lush animal
habitat during the seasonal floods. The massive Central Kalahari Game Reserve,

with its fossilized river valleys and undulating grasslands, is home to numerous
animals including giraffes, cheetahs, hyenas and wild dogs.
Capital: Gaborone
Dialing code: +267
Currency: Botswana pula
President: Ian Khama
Population: 2.021 million (2013) World Bank
The author will be grateful to contribute to this wonderful nation that is highly
exemplary when it comes to the respect and honour of the rule of law.
The talismanic and talented soccer star Mogokolodi Ngele hails from this
wonderful African country.
However, research was done to gain the figure for government employees in
this country without any materialisation.

3.16 Portugal
Country in Europe
Portugal is a southern European country on the Iberian Peninsula, bordering
Spain. Its location on the Atlantic Ocean has influenced many aspects of its
culture: salt cod and grilled sardines are national dishes, the Algarve's beaches
are a major destination and much of the nations architecture dates to the
1500s1800s, when Portugal had a powerful maritime empire.
Capital: Lisbon
Population: 10.46 million (2013) World Bank
National anthem: A Portuguesa
Currency: Euro
Official language: Portuguese

This book will be empty without mentioning one of the greatest and supreme
soccer stars in the World in the shape and size of Cristiano Ronaldo.
The author is ready and prepared to plough back to the superb country that
presented the World with a mega soccer star.
Maybe one of the orphans that would be fathered by the author in Portugal will
be the next Ronaldo.
The number of government employees in this country was not acquired by the
author despite research done.

3.17 Spain
Country in Europe
Spain, a country on Europes Iberian Peninsula, includes 17 autonomous
regions with diverse geography and cultures. Capital city Madrid is home to the
Royal Palace and Prado museum, housing works by European masters. Segovia
has a medieval castle (the Alczar) and an intact Roman aqueduct. Catalonias
capital, Barcelona, is defined by Antoni Gauds whimsical modernist
landmarks like the Sagrada Famlia church.
Capital: Madrid
Dialing code: +34
Currency: Euro
Population: 46.77 million (2014) Instituto Nacional de Estadstica
Official language: Spanish
Public employment - Spain - Statistics Explained - Europa.eu
ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/Public_employment__Spain
Apr 18, 2016 - The associated government body is the Council of Ministers.
The General .... Statistics: The total number of civil servants is 2 636 900. Of
these ...
The total amount of money to be generated in Spain is $2 636 900, and I
treasure the Spanish La Liga.
It keeps us glued to the television screens for those mouth-watering clashes of
Real Madrid and Barcelona.
It would be highly palatable to contribute and make better the lives of deprived
Spanish orphans.

3.18 France
Country in Europe
France, in Western Europe, encompasses medieval cities, alpine villages and
Mediterranean beaches. Paris, its capital, is famed for its fashion houses,
classical art museums including the Louvre and monuments like the Eiffel
Tower. The country is also renowned for its wines and sophisticated cuisine.
Lascauxs ancient cave drawings, Lyons Roman theater and the vast Palace of
Versailles attest to its rich history.
Capital: Paris
Population: 66.03 million (2013)
President: Franois Hollande
Currencies: Euro, CFP franc
Official language: French
Governmental employees by sector in France 2014 | Statistic
www.statista.com Industries Society Politics & Government
This statistic shows the number of governmental employees working in France
in 2014, by sector. On the one hand, more than 1,920,000 civil servants were ...
However, $1.9 million per month would be accumulated from France and the
author is prepared to plough back in the land of greats like Michel Platini,
Zinedine Zidane, Thiery Henry and others.

3.19 Algeria
Algeria is a North African country with a Mediterranean coastline and a
Saharan desert interior. Many empires have left legacies here, such as the
ancient Roman ruins in seaside Tipaza. In the capital, Algiers, Ottoman
landmarks like circa-1612 Ketchaoua Mosque line the hillside Casbah quarter,
with its narrow alleys and stairways. The citys Neo-Byzantine basilica Notre
Dame dAfrique dates to French colonial rule.
Capital: Algiers
Currency: Algerian dinar
President: Abdelaziz Bouteflika

Population: 39.21 million (2013) World Bank


Official language: Arabic
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent African country.

3.20 Tunisia
Country in North Africa
Tunisia is a North African country bordering the Mediterranean Sea and Sahara
Desert. In the capital, Tunis, the Bardo Museum has archaeological exhibits
from Roman mosaics to Islamic art. The citys medina quarter encompasses the
massive Al-Zaytuna Mosque and a thriving souk. To the east, the site of ancient
Carthage features the Antonine Baths and other ruins, plus artifacts at the
Carthage National Museum.
Capital: Tunis
Currency: Tunisian dinar
President: Beji Caid Essebsi
Population: 10.89 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Arabic
The research of the author yielded no results as no figure of government
employees was obtained. The author pledges that he would be highly charitable
in this tremendous African country.

3.21 Denmark
Country in Europe
Denmark is a Scandinavian country comprising the Jutland Peninsula and
numerous islands. It's linked to nearby Sweden via the resund bridge.
Copenhagen, its capital, is home to royal palaces and colorful Nyhavn harbor,
plus the Tivoli amusement park and the iconic Little Mermaid statue. Odense
is writer Hans Christian Andersens hometown, with a medieval core of cobbled
streets and half-timbered houses.
Capital: Copenhagen

Dialing code: +45


Currency: Danish krone
Population: 5.614 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Danish
The author will be highly grateful to contribute to the needy orphans in
Denmark, a country that paraded one of the finest goalkeepers in the World,
Peter Schmeichel.
The research of the author generated no outcomes as no number of government
employees was achieved.

3.22 Israel
Country in the Middle East
Israel, a Middle Eastern country on the Mediterranean Sea, is regarded by Jews,
Christians and Muslims as the biblical Holy Land. Its most sacred sites are in
Jerusalem. Within its Old City, the Temple Mount complex includes the Dome
of the Rock shrine, the historic Western Wall, Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Church
of the Holy Sepulchre. Israel's financial hub, Tel Aviv, is known for its Bauhaus
architecture and beaches.
Capital: Jerusalem
Dialing code: +972
Currency: Israeli new shekel
Prime minister: Benjamin Netanyahu
President: Reuven Rivlin
The author will be vastly appreciative to contribute to the destitute orphans in
this great country, with rich biblical history.
The investigation of the author engendered no consequences as no quantity of
government employees was reached.

3.23 Philippines
Country in Asia
The Philippines is a Southeast Asian country in the Western Pacific, comprising
more than 7,000 islands. Its capital, Manila, is famous for its waterfront
promenade and centuries-old Chinatown, Binondo. Intramuros, a walled city in
colonial times, is the heart of Old Manila. Its home to the baroque 17th-century

San Agustin Church as well as Fort Santiago, a storied citadel and military
prison.
Capital: Manila
Dialing code: +63
President: Rodrigo Duterte
Currency: Philippine peso
Official languages: English, Filipino
How many government employees are there in the Philippines? - Quora
https://www.quora.com/How-many-government-employees-are-there-in-thePhilippines
Jul 22, 2015 - According to the Civil Service Commission, as of the second
quarter of 2010 the size ... Employees of the Philippine government (as in actual
bureaucrats) comprise 63.6% of the total bureaucracy, or 834,327 employees.
This translates into an income of 834, 327 civil servants multiply by $1 equals
to $837, 327.
This will go a long way towards the development and improvement of this
superb country, especially their lowly orphans.
3.24 Malaysia
Country in Asia
Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country occupying parts of the Malay Peninsula
and the island of Borneo. It's known for its beaches, rainforests and mix of
Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultural influences. The capital, Kuala
Lumpur, is home to colonial buildings, busy shopping districts such as Bukit
Bintang and skyscrapers such as the iconic, 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers.
Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Dialing code: +60
Currency: Malaysian ringgit
Population: 29.72 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Malaysian
Transforming public service delivery - ETP - PEMANDU
etp.pemandu.gov.my/Transformation_Unplugged-@Transforming_public_service_d...

Jan 27, 2014 - In Malaysia there are 1.4 million civil servants in 28 schemes of
service under the ... as those who work for government departments that report
to ministers. ... million people, quite close to our total number of civil servants
of 1.4 million. ... Total employees in the public sector in Australia and this is a
better ...
Moreover, 1.4 million civil servants multiply by $1 equals to $1.4 million, and
once again it would be noble to leave an indelible mark towards the growth of
this magnificent country.
3.25 Thailand
Country in Asia
Thailand is a Southeast Asian country. It's known for tropical beaches, opulent
royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples displaying figures of Buddha. In
Bangkok, the capital, an ultramodern cityscape rises next to quiet canalside
communities and the iconic temples of Wat Arun, Wat Pho and the Emerald
Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Kaew). Nearby beach resorts include bustling
Pattaya and fashionable Hua Hin.
Capital: Bangkok
Dialing code: +66
Currency: Thai baht
King: Bhumibol Adulyadej
Official language: Thai
The study of the author found no figure of government employees. The author
guarantees that he would be extremely humanitarian in this outstanding Asian
country.

3.26 Vietnam
Country in Asia
Vietnam is a Southeast Asian country on the South China Sea known for its
beaches, rivers, Buddhist pagodas and bustling cities. Hanoi, the capital, pays
homage to the nations iconic Communist-era leader, Ho Chi Minh, via a huge
marble mausoleum. Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) has French colonial
landmarks, plus Vietnamese War history museums and the C Chi tunnels, used
by Viet Cong soldiers.
Capital: Hanoi

Dialing code: +84


Currency: Vietnamese dong
Population: 89.71 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Vietnamese
The research of the author also drew blanks as no figure of government
employees was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly
philanthropic in this excellent country.

3.27 United Arab Emirates


Country in the Middle East
The United Arab Emirates is an Arabian Peninsula nation settled mainly along
the Persian (Arabian) Gulf. The country is a federation of 7 emirates. Abu
Dhabi, the island capital, is home to Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, with crystal
chandeliers and room for 40,000 worshipers. Dubai is the site of ultramodern
Burj Khalifa tower, enormous shopping centers and extravagant entertainment
attractions.
Capital: Abu Dhabi
Dialing code: +971
Currency: United Arab Emirates dirham
Population: 9.346 million (2013) World Bank
President: Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan
The examination of the author produced no results as no figure of government
employees was obtained. The writer guarantees that he would be greatly
benevolent in this admirable country.

3.28 Saudi Arabia


Country in the Middle East
Saudi Arabia is a desert country encompassing most of the Arabian Peninsula,
with Red Sea and Persian (Arabian) Gulf coastlines. Known as the birthplace of
Islam, its home to the religions 2 most sacred mosques: Masjid al-Haram, in

Mecca, destination of the annual Hajj pilgrimage, and Medinas Masjid anNabawi, burial site of the prophet Muhammad. Riyadh, the capital, is a
skyscraper-filled metropolis.
Capital: Riyadh
Dialing code: +966
King: Salman of Saudi Arabia
Currency: Saudi riyal
Population: 28.83 million (2013) World Bank
Neighboring countries: Yemen, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Iraq,
Bahrain, Oman, Jordan
Saudi Labor Market Report Oct 2015 Jadwa | SUSRIS
susris.com Commerce & Finance Economy Assessments
Oct 11, 2015 - The slower growth in total Saudi employment was mainly due to
slower ... and non-Saudis) in Saudi Arabia was healthy by international
standards at 5.7 ... The number of Saudi workers in the public sector reached 3.3
million in ... scenario for the government to curb future public sector
employment growth.
Thus 3.3 million government employees multiply by $1 equals to $3.3 million
per month, and it would be a great feeling to contribute to the progress of this
pleasing country.

3.29 Jordan
Country in the Middle East
Jordan, an Arab nation on the east bank of the Jordan River, is defined by
ancient monuments, nature reserves and seaside resorts. Its home to the famed
archaeological site of Petra, the Nabatean capital dating to around 300 B.C. Set
in a narrow valley with tombs, temples and monuments carved into the
surrounding pink sandstone cliffs, Petra earns its nickname, the "Rose City."
Capital: Amman
King: Abdullah II of Jordan
Currency: Jordanian dinar
Population: 6.459 million (2013) World Bank
Neighboring countries: Syria, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Iraq

The enquiry of the author drew blanks as no total of government employees was
gotten. The author promises that he would be exceedingly generous in this
exceptional country.

3.30 Iraq
Country in the Middle East
Iraq, officially the Republic of Iraq is a country in Western Asia, bordered by
Turkey to the north, Iran to the east, Kuwait to the southeast, Saudi Arabia to
the south, Jordan to the southwest, and Syria to the west. Wikipedia
Capital: Baghdad
President: Fuad Masum
Population: 33.42 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Iraqi dinar
Prime minister: Haider al-Abadi
Official languages: Arabic, Kurdish
MUSINGS ON IRAQ: Government Employees Grow And Drain Budget
musingsoniraq.blogspot.com/2011/01/government-employees-grow-anddrain.html

Jan 6, 2011 - So many government workers also creates huge inefficiencies. In


October 2010 former ... Nakhel News, Al-Mada, Four Million Government
Employees In Iraq, MEMRI Blog, 1/3/11. Radio Nawa ... Total Pageviews.
Sparkline ...
However, 4 million government employees multiply by $1 equals to $4 million,
and it would be an honour to have a hand in developing Iraq.
It would be a great feeling for the author to contribute to the penurious in Iraq, a
country that contributes massively to the economies of the World with great oil
reserves.

3.31 Kuwait
Kuwait, an Arab country on the Persian (Arabian) Gulf, has cultural heritage
dating back to antiquity. Kuwait City, the capital, is known for its modern
architecture, ranging from skyscrapers to the striking Kuwait Towers, water
towers whose design recalls the tiled domes of a classic mosque. The Tareq
Rajab Museum houses a rich collection of ethnographic artifacts and Islamic art.
Capital: Kuwait City
Dialing code: +965
Currency: Kuwaiti dinar
Population: 3.369 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Modern Standard Arabic
Kuwait Constitution and Citizenship Laws and Regulations Handbook ...
https://books.google.co.za/books?isbn=1438779267
IBP, Inc. - 2013 - Business & Economics
Thus, the Kuwaiti government has been taking into consideration the ... Kuwaiti
workers in the public sector amount to a total of 202,500, equal to about 93.1 ...
The idea stands to rake in about $ 202, 500 and the author is prepared to plough
back to this great nation.

3.32 Angola

Angola is a Southern African nation whose varied terrain encompasses tropical


Atlantic beaches, a labyrinthine system of rivers and Sub-Saharan desert that
extends across the border into Namibia. The country's colonial history is
reflected in its Portuguese-influenced cuisine and its landmarks including
Fortaleza de So Miguel, a fortress built by the Portuguese in 1576 to defend
the capital, Luanda.
Capital: Luanda
Currency: Angolan kwanza
President: Jos Eduardo dos Santos
Population: 21.47 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Portuguese
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was acquired. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent African country.

3.33 Zambia
Country in Africa
Zambia, in southern Africa, is a landlocked country of rugged terrain and
diverse wildlife, with many parks and safari areas. On its border with Zimbabwe
is famed Victoria Falls indigenously called Mosi-oa-Tunya, or "Smoke That
Thunders plunging a misty 108m into narrow Batoka Gorge. Spanning the
Zambezi River just below the falls is Victoria Falls Bridge, a spectacular
viewpoint.
Capital: Lusaka
Dialing code: +260
Currency: Zambian kwacha
President: Edgar Lungu
Population: 14.54 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: English
The exploration of the writer drew blanks as no number of government
employees was secured. The author pledges that he would be highly big-hearted
in this excellent African country.

3.34 Swaziland
Country in Africa
Swaziland, a small, landlocked monarchy in southern Africa, is known for its
wilderness reserves and festivals showcasing traditional Swazi culture. Marking
its northeastern border with Mozambique and stretching down to South Africa,
the Lebombo Mountains are a backdrop for Mlawula Nature Reserves many
hiking trails. Nearby Hlane Royal National Park is home to diverse wildlife
including lions, hippos and elephants.
Capitals: Lobamba, Mbabane
Dialing code: +268
King: Mswati III
Population: 1.25 million (2013) World Bank
Currencies: Swazi lilangeni, South African rand
The Fiscal Dimension of HIV/AIDS in Botswana, South Africa, ...
https://books.google.co.za/books?isbn=0821388088
Elizabeth Lule, Markus Haacker - 2011 - Business & Economics
Experiences from Botswana, South Africa, Swaziland, and Uganda Elizabeth
Lule, ... Based on a total number of public employees of 27,000 (IMF 2008b). ...
for government employees are relatively generous in Swazilandthey may take
up ...
The innovative marketing idea will amass $27,000 because there are 27 000
government employees in the land where my great grandfather hails. Ironically,
at the time of writing this book the author did not know Swaziland. The author
was born and bred in South Africa.
The author does not have any qualms to contribute to the upbringing of needy
orphans in this picturesque country of Swaziland.

3.35 Lesotho
Country in Southern Africa
Lesotho, a high-altitude, landlocked kingdom encircled by South Africa, is
crisscrossed by a network of rivers and mountain ranges including the 3,482mhigh peak of Thabana Ntlenyana. On the Thaba Bosiu plateau, near Lesotho's

capital, Maseru, are ruins dating from the 19th-century reign of King
Moshoeshoe I. Thaba Bosiu overlooks iconic Mount Qiloane, an enduring
symbol of the nations Basotho people.
Capital: Maseru
Dialing code: +266
Currency: Lesotho loti
Population: 2.074 million (2013) World Bank
King: Letsie III of Lesotho
Official languages: English, Southern Sotho
The study of the writer drew blanks as no total of government employees was
found. The author guarantees that he would be highly giving in this excellent
African country.

3.36 Mozambique
Mozambique is a southern African nation whose long Indian Ocean coastline is
dotted with popular beaches like Tofo, as well as offshore marine parks. In the
Quirimbas Archipelago, a 250km stretch of coral islands, mangrove-covered
Ibo Island has colonial-era ruins surviving from a period of Portuguese rule.
The Bazaruto Archipelago farther south has reefs which protect rare marine life
including dugongs.
Capital: Maputo
Population: 25.83 million (2013) World Bank
President: Filipe Nyusi
Prime minister: Carlos Agostinho do Rosrio
Currency: Metical
Official language: Portuguese
The author adores the late Samora Machel who came with the slogan of aluta
continua, and it would be a great feeling if the government of Mozambique can
afford the author a chance to father the orphans in this magnificent African
nation by entering into a Service Level Agreement with the author.
3.37 Madagascar
Country in Africa

Madagascar is a huge island nation off the southeast coast of Africa. It's home
to thousands of animal species, such as lemurs, found nowhere else, plus
rainforests, beaches and reefs. Near the busy capital, Antananarivo, is
Ambohimanga, a hillside complex of royal palaces and burial grounds, as well
as the Avenue of the Baobabs, a dirt road lined by massive centuries-old
trees.
Capital: Antananarivo
Currency: Malagasy ariary
President: Hery Rajaonarimampianina
Population: 22.92 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: Malagasy, French
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was attained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.38 Egypt
Country in the Middle East
Egypt, a country linking northeast Africa with the Middle East, dates to the time
of the pharaohs. Millennia-old monuments sit along the fertile Nile River
Valley, including Giza's colossal Pyramids and Great Sphinx as well as Luxor's
hieroglyph-lined Karnak Temple and Valley of the Kings tombs. The capital,
Cairo, is home to Ottoman landmarks like Muhammad Ali Mosque and the
Egyptian Museum, a trove of antiquities.
Capital: Cairo
Currency: Egyptian pound
President: Abdel Fattah el-Sisi
Population: 82.06 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was achieved. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.39 Afghanistan
Country in South Asia
Afghanistan /fnstn/, officially the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, is a
Nation state located within Greater Middle East. It has a population of
approximately 32 million, making it the 42nd most populous country in the
world. Wikipedia
Capital: Kabul
Currency: Afghan afghani
President: Ashraf Ghani
Population: 30.55 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: Pashto, Dari
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was found. The author guarantees that he would be highly charitable in this
outstanding country.

3.40 Albania
Country in the Balkans
Albania, on Southeastern Europes Balkan Peninsula, is a small country with
Adriatic and Ionian coastlines and an interior crossed by the Albanian Alps. The
country has many castles and archaeological sites. Capital Tirana centers on
sprawling Skanderbeg Square, site of the National History Museum, with
exhibits spanning antiquity to post-communism, and frescoed Ethem Bey
Mosque.
Capital: Tirana
Currency: Albanian lek
Population: 2.774 million (2013) World Bank
President: Bujar Nishani
Official language: Albanian
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly humanitarian in
this excellent country.

3.41 Andorra
Country in Europe
Andorra is a tiny, independent principality situated between France and Spain in
the Pyrenees mountains. Its known for its ski resorts and a tax-haven status that
encourages duty-free shopping. Capital Andorra la Vella has boutiques and
jewelers on Meritxell Avenue and several shopping centers. The old quarter,
Barri Antic, houses Romanesque Santa Coloma Church, with a circular bell
tower.
Capital: Andorra la Vella
Dialing code: +376
Population: 79,218 (2013) World Bank
Currency: Euro
Official language: Catalan
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly generous in this
tremendous country.

3.42 Bahamas
Country in the Caribbean
The Bahamas is a coral-based archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean. Its 700-plus
islands and cays range from uninhabited to packed with resorts. The
northernmost, Grand Bahama, and Paradise Island, home to many large-scale
hotels, are among the best known. Scuba diving and snorkeling sites include the
massive Andros Barrier Reef, Thunderball Grotto (used in James Bond films)
and the black-coral gardens off Bimini.
Capital: Nassau
Dialing code: +1
Currency: Bahamian dollar
Population: 377,374 (2013) World Bank
Official language: English
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly benevolent in this
exceptional country.

3.43 Bahrain

Country in the Middle East


Bahrain, a nation comprising more than 30 islands in the Persian Gulf, has been
at the center of major trade routes since antiquity. In its modern capital,
Manama, the acclaimed Bahrain National Museum showcases artifacts from the
ancient Dilmun civilization that flourished in the region for millennia. The city's
thriving Bab al-Bahrain bazaar offers wares ranging from colorful handwoven
fabrics and spices to pearls.
Capital: Manama
Dialing code: +973
Currency: Bahraini dinar
King: Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa
Population: 1.332 million (2013) World Bank
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.
3.44 Bangladesh
Country in South Asia
Bangladesh, to the east of India on the Bay of Bengal, is a South Asian country
marked by lush greenery and many waterways. Its Padma (Ganges), Meghna
and Jamuna rivers create fertile plains, and travel by boat is common. On the
southern coast, the Sundarbans, an enormous mangrove forest shared with
Eastern India, is home to the royal Bengal tiger.
Capital: Dhaka
Dialing code: +880
Population: 156.6 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Bangladeshi taka
President: Abdul Hamid
Official language: Bengali
Shape & Size of Public Employment - World Bank
www1.worldbank.org ... Public Officials Surveys Bangladesh

The nearly 1 million people employed by government amount to one-third of all


... As percentage of the country's total labor force, government employment in ...
Comparing the size of government in Bangladesh with some of its neighbors ...
The innovative idea will amass $1 million in this country, and the author will
not hesitate to plough back to the needy orphans.

3. 45 Barbados
Country in the Caribbean
Barbados is an eastern Caribbean island and an independent British
Commonwealth nation. Bridgetown, the capital, is a cruise-ship port with
colonial buildings and Nidhe Israel, a synagogue founded in 1654. Around the
island are beaches, botanical gardens, the Harrisons Cave formation, and 17thcentury plantation houses like St. Nicholas Abbey. Local traditions include
afternoon tea and cricket, the national sport.
Capital: Bridgetown
Currency: Barbadian dollar
Population: 284,644 (2013) World Bank
Continent: North America
Official language: English
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was attained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.46 Belarus
Country in Europe
Belarus, a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, is known for its Stalinist
architecture, grand fortifications and primeval forests. In the modern capital,
Minsk, the monumental KGB Headquarters loom over Independence Square,
while the Museum of the Great Patriotic War commemorates the countrys role
in WWII. The capital is also home to many churches, including the neoRomanesque Church of Saints Simon and Helena.
Originally published: 1995
Capital: Minsk

Author: IUli Gessen


Currency: Belarusian ruble
Population: 9.466 million (2013) World Bank
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was gained. The author guarantees that he would be highly charitable in this
exceptional country.

3.47 Cambodia
Country in Asia
Cambodia is a Southeast Asian nation whose landscape spans low-lying plains,
the Mekong Delta, mountains and Gulf of Thailand coastline. Phnom Penh, its
capital, is home to the art deco Central Market, glittering Royal Palace and the
National Museum's historical and archaeological exhibits. In the country's
northwest are the ruins of Angkor Wat, a massive stone temple complex built
during the Khmer Empire.
Capital: Phnom Penh
Dialing code: +855
Currency: Cambodian riel
Population: 15.14 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Khmer
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.48 Cape Verde

Country in Africa
Cape Verde, or Cabo Verde, is a nation on a volcanic archipelago off the
northwest coast of Africa. Its known for its Creole Portuguese-African culture,
traditional morna music and numerous beaches. Its largest island, Santiago, is
home to the current capital, Praia. Santiago is also home to the old capital,
Cidade Velha, with clifftop fortress Forte Real de So Felipe.
Capital: Praia
Dialing code: +238
Currency: Cape Verdean escudo

Population: 498,897 (2013) World Bank


President: Jorge Carlos Fonseca
Official language: Portuguese
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was gained. The author guarantees that he would be extremely philanthropic in
this superb country.

3.49 Djibouti
Djibouti, on the Horn of Africa, is a mostly French- and Arabic-speaking
country of dry shrublands, volcanic formations and Gulf of Aden beaches. It's
home to one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world, the low-lying Lake
Assal, in the Danakil Desert. The nomadic Afar people have settlements along
Lake Abbe, a body of saltwater featuring chimneylike mineral formations.
Capital: Djibouti
Dialing code: +253
Founded: June 27, 1977
Population: 872,932 (2013) World Bank
Currency: Djiboutian franc
Official languages: French, Arabic

Djibouti: Statistical Annex - Google Books Result


https://books.google.co.za/books?isbn=1452729417
International Monetary Fund - 1998 - Business & Economics
Djibouti: Number of Government Employees, 1992-97 199?. 1'l\>."\ 1994'
19915 1 'W11 1'1'7 Total number of govcmmcnt employees 1/ 12,098 12,336
12,517 ...
This marketing strategy will amass $97 199 per month, and the author will once
again plough back in this splendid country.

3.50 Dominican Republic


Country in the Caribbean

The Dominican Republic is a Caribbean nation that shares the island of


Hispaniola with Haiti to the west. It's known for its beaches, resorts and golfing.
Its terrain comprises rainforest, savannah and highlands, including Pico Duarte,
the Caribbeans tallest mountain. Capital city Santo Domingo has Spanish
landmarks like the Gothic Catedral Primada de America dating back 5 centuries
in its Zona Colonial district.
Capital: Santo Domingo
Dialing code: +1
Currency: Dominican peso
Population: 10.4 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Spanish
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.51 East Timor


East Timor, or Timor-Leste, a Southeast Asian nation occupying half the island
of Timor, is ringed by coral reefs teeming with marine life. Landmarks in the
capital, Dili, speak to the country's struggles for independence from Portugal in
1975 and then Indonesia in 2002. The iconic 27m-tall Cristo Rei de Dili statue
sits on a hilltop high over the city, with sweeping views of the surrounding bay.
Capital: Dili
Dialing code: +670
Currency: United States Dollar
Population: 1.178 million (2013) World Bank
President: Taur Matan Ruak
Official languages: Portuguese, Tetun
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was found. The author guarantees that he would be very benevolent in this
excellent country.

3.52 Ecuador
Ecuador is a country straddling the equator on South Americas west coast. Its
diverse landscape encompasses Amazon jungle, Andean highlands and the
wildlife-rich Galpagos Islands. In the Andean foothills at an elevation of
2,850m, Quito, the capital, is known for its largely intact Spanish colonial
center, with decorated 16th- and 17th-century palaces and religious sites, like
the ornate Compaa de Jess Church.
Capital: Quito
Population: 15.74 million (2013) World Bank
President: Rafael Correa
Currency: United States Dollar
Official language: Spanish
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.53 El Salvador
Country in Central America
El Salvador is a small Central American nation. It's known for its Pacific Ocean
beaches, surf spots and mountainous landscape. Its Ruta de Las Flores is a
winding route past coffee farms, rainforests with waterfalls and towns like
Juaya, with its weekend food festival, plus Ataco, home to vivid murals. The
capital, San Salvador, with a dramatic backdrop of volcanoes, has numerous
museums and the National Theater.
Capital: San Salvador
Currency: United States Dollar
Population: 6.34 million (2013) World Bank
President: Salvador Snchez Cern
Official language: Spanish
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.54 Fiji
Country in Oceania
Fiji, a country in the South Pacific, is an archipelago of more than 300 islands.
It's famed for rugged landscapes, palm-lined beaches and coral reefs with clear
lagoons. Its major islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, contain most of the
population. Viti Levu is home to the capital, Suva, a port city with British
colonial architecture. The Fiji Museum, in the Victorian-era Thurston Gardens,
has ethnographic exhibits.
Capital: Suva
Currency: Fijian dollar
Population: 881,065 (2013) World Bank
National anthem: God Bless Fiji
Official languages: English, Fijian, Fiji Hindi
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.55 Finland
Country in Europe
Finland is a Northern European nation bordering Sweden, Norway and Russia.
Its capital, Helsinki, occupies a peninsula and surrounding islands in the Baltic
Sea. Helsinki is home to the 18th-century sea fortress Suomenlinna, the
fashionable Design District and diverse museums. The Northern Lights can be
seen from the country's Arctic Lapland province, a vast wilderness with national
parks and ski resorts.
Capital: Helsinki
Dialing code: +358
Currency: Euro
Population: 5.439 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: Finnish, Swedish
Industrial relations in the public sector Finland | Eurofound
www.eurofound.europa.eu ... Industrial relations in the public sector
Finland

The government administration (personnel within the state budget) had in 2005
an average total number of 124,000 employees; 24,000 of them work in
central ...
The creative idea would accumulate $124 000 in Finland, and the author will
once again contribute to the needy orphans in the country.
3.56 Sweden
Country in Europe
Sweden is a Scandinavian nation with thousands of coastal islands and inland
lakes, along with vast boreal forests and glaciated mountains. Its principal cities,
eastern capital Stockholm and southwestern Gothenburg and Malm, are all
coastal. Stockholm is built on 14 islands. It has more than 50 bridges, as well as
the medieval old town, Gamla Stan, royal palaces and museums such as openair Skansen.
Capital: Stockholm
Dialing code: +46
Currency: Swedish krona
Population: 9.593 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Swedish
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.
3.57 Norway
Country in Europe
Norway is a Scandinavian country encompassing mountains, glaciers and deep
coastal fjords. Oslo, the capital, is a city of green spaces and museums.
Preserved 9th-century Viking ships are displayed at Oslos Viking Ship
Museum. Bergen, with colorful wooden houses, is the starting point for cruises
to the dramatic Sognefjord. Norway is also known for fishing, hiking and
skiing, notably at Lillehammers Olympic resort.
Capital: Oslo
Currency: Norwegian krone
Population: 5.084 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: Norwegian, Bokml, Nynorsk
Colleges and Universities: University of Oslo

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.58 Gabon
Country in Central Africa
Gabon, a country along the Atlantic coast of Central Africa, has significant
areas of protected parkland. The forested coastal terrain of its famed Loango
National Park shelters a diversity of wildlife, from gorillas and hippos to
whales. Lop National Park consists of mostly rainforest. Akanda National Park
is known for its mangroves and tidal beaches.
Capital: Libreville
President: Ali Bongo Ondimba
Currency: Central African CFA franc
Population: 1.672 million (2013) World Bank
GDP per capita: 11,571.08 USD (2013) World Bank
Official language: French
Gabon: Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix
https://books.google.co.za/books?id=re6yy9IHmh8C
International Monetary Fund - 2005
Gabon: Fiscal Operations of the Central Government, 19982004 ... 1998 1999
2000 2001 2002 2003 (Number of employees) Public sector 69,516 66,180 ...
The idea will collect $69 516 66 per month is this great nation, and the author
will aid orphans in this magnificent country.

3.59 Gambia
Country in West Africa
The Gambia is a small West African country, bounded by Senegal, with a
narrow Atlantic coastline. It's known for its diverse ecosystems around the
central Gambia River. Abundant wildlife in its Kiang West National Park and
Bao Bolong Wetland Reserve includes monkeys, leopards, hippos, hyenas and
rare birds. The capital, Banjul, and nearby Serrekunda offer access to beaches.

Capital: Banjul
President: Yahya Jammeh
Currency: Gambian dalasi
Population: 1.849 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: English
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.60 Haiti
Country in the Caribbean
Haiti is a Caribbean country that shares the island of Hispaniola with the
Dominican Republic to its east. Though its still recovering from a 2010
earthquake, many of Haiti's landmarks dating to the early 19th century remain
intact. These include Citadelle la Ferrire, a mountaintop fortress, and the
nearby ruins of Sans-Souci Palace, the baroque former royal home of King
Henry I.
Capital: Port-au-Prince
Dialing code: +509
Population: 10.32 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Haitian gourde
Continent: North America
Official languages: French, Haitian Creole French
I made research on how many government employees are available in Haiti and
I never acquired results. It is once again imperative to plough back to the people
of Haiti.
3.61 Honduras
Country in Central America
Honduras is a Central American country with Caribbean Sea coastlines to the
north and the Pacific Ocean to the south. In the tropical rainforest near
Guatemala, the ancient Mayan ceremonial site Copn has stone-carved
hieroglyphics and stelae, tall stone monuments. In the Caribbean Sea are the
Bay Islands, a diving destination that's part of the 1,000km-long Mesoamerican
Barrier Reef.
Capital: Tegucigalpa

Currency: Honduran lempira


Population: 8.098 million (2013) World Bank
President: Juan Orlando Hernndez
Continent: North America
Official language: Spanish
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.62 Italy
Country in Europe
Italy, a European country with a long Mediterranean coastline, has left a
powerful mark on Western culture and cuisine. Its capital, Rome, is home to the
Vatican as well as landmark art and ancient ruins. Other major cities include
Florence, with Renaissance masterpieces such as Michelangelos "David" and
Brunelleschi's Duomo; Venice, the city of canals; and Milan, Italys fashion
capital.
Capital: Rome
Dialing code: +39
Currency: Euro
Population: 59.83 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Italian
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.
3.63 Greece
Country in Europe
Greece is a country in southeastern Europe with thousands of islands throughout
the Aegean and Ionian seas. Influential in ancient times, it's often called the
cradle of Western civilization. Athens, its capital, retains landmarks including
the 5th-century B.C. Acropolis citadel with the Parthenon temple. Greece is also
known for its beaches, from the black sands of Santorini to the party resorts of
Mykonos.
Capital: Athens
Dialing code: +30

Currency: Euro
Population: 11.03 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Greek
Public employment - Greece - Statistics Explained - Europa.eu
ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title...employment__Greece...
Apr 18, 2016 - The electoral system favours single party Governments whereby
the figure ... Statistics: The total number of employees is 369,800, (25% in
the ...
The idea will collect $369, 800 per month in Greece, and the author would be
giving to the destitute orphans in the country.

3.64 Argentina
Country in South America
Argentina is a massive South American nation with terrain encompassing Andes
mountains, glacial lakes and Pampas grassland, the traditional grazing ground of
its famed beef cattle. The country is famous for tango dance and music. Its big,
cosmopolitan capital, Buenos Aires, is centered on the Plaza de Mayo, lined
with stately 19th-century buildings including Casa Rosada, the iconic, balconied
presidential palace.
Capital: Buenos Aires
Dialing code: +54
Currency: Argentine peso
Population: 41.45 million (2013) World Bank
President: Mauricio Macri
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.
3.65 Austria
Country in Europe
Austria is a German-speaking country in Central Europe, characterized by
mountain villages, baroque architecture, Imperial history and rugged Alpine

terrain. Vienna, its Danube River capital, is home to the Schnbrunn and
Hofburg palaces. It has counted Mozart, Strauss and Freud among its residents.
The countrys other notable regions include the northern Bohemian Forest,
Traunsee Lake and eastern hillside vineyards.
Capital: Vienna
Dialing code: +43
Currency: Euro
Population: 8.474 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: German, Hungarian, Slovenian, Austrian German
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.
3.66 Antigua and Barbuda
Country in the Caribbean
Antigua and Barbuda is an independent Commonwealth country comprising its
2 namesake islands and several smaller ones. Positioned where the Atlantic and
Caribbean meet, it's known for reef-lined beaches, rainforests and resorts. Its
English Harbour is a yachting hub and the site of historic Nelson's Dockyard. In
the capital, St. John's, the national museum displays indigenous and colonial
artefacts.
Capital: St. John's
Currency: East Caribbean dollar
Continent: North America
Population: 89,985 (2013) World Bank
Official language: English
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The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.
3.67 Armenia

Country
Armenia is a nation, and former Soviet republic, in the mountainous Caucasus
region between Asia and Europe. Among the earliest Christian civilizations, its

defined by religious sites including the Greco-Roman Temple of Garni and 4thcentury Etchmiadzin Cathedral, headquarters of the Armenian Church. Khor
Virap Monastery is a pilgrimage site near Mount Ararat, a dormant volcano just
across the border in Turkey.
Capital: Yerevan
Population: 2.977 million (2013) World Bank
Continent: Asia
President: Serzh Sargsyan
Currencies: Noah's Ark silver coins, Armenian dram
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.68 Aruba
Aruba
Country
Aruba, a tiny Dutch Caribbean island off the coast of Venezuela, has dry, sunny
weather, blond beaches and gentle surf. Constant trade winds bring cool breezes
and cause the divi-divi trees to slope southwesterly. European influence shows
in architecture that features Dutch gables painted in tropical pastels. Its also
evident in language, with English, Dutch and Spanish spoken alongside the
local tongue, Papiamento.
Capital: Oranjestad
Currency: Aruban florin
Population: 102,911 (2013) World Bank
Continent: South America
Official languages: Dutch, Papiamento
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.69 Azerbaijan
Country in Asia

Azerbaijan, the nation and former Soviet republic, is bounded by the Caspian
Sea and Caucasus Mountains, which span Asia and Europe. Its capital, Baku, is
famed for its medieval walled Inner City. Within the Inner City lies the Palace
of the Shirvanshahs, a royal retreat dating to the 15th century, and the centuriesold stone Maiden Tower, which dominates the city skyline.
Capital: Baku
Currency: Azerbaijani manat
President: Ilham Aliyev
Population: 9.417 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Azerbaijan
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.
3.70 Belgium
Country in Europe
Belgium, a country in Western Europe, is known for medieval towns,
Renaissance architecture and as headquarters of the European Union and
NATO. The country has distinctive regions including Dutch-speaking Flanders
to the north, French-speaking Wallonia to the south and a German-speaking
community to the east. The bilingual capital, Brussels, has ornate guildhalls at
Grand-Place and elegant art-nouveau buildings.
Capital: City of Brussels
Dialing code: +32
Currency: Euro
Population: 11.2 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: Dutch, French, German
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.71 Belize
Country in Central America
Belize is a nation on the eastern coast of Central America, with Caribbean Sea
shorelines to the east and dense jungle to the west. Offshore, the massive Belize
Barrier Reef, dotted with hundreds of low-lying islands called cayes, hosts rich

marine life. Belizes jungle areas are home to Mayan ruins like Caracol,
renowned for its towering pyramid; lagoon-side Lamanai; and Altun Ha, just
outside Belize City.
Capital: Belmopan
Currency: Belize dollar
Population: 331,900 (2013) World Bank
Continent: North America
Official language: English
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.72 Benin
Country in West Africa
Benin, a French-speaking West African nation, is a birthplace of the vodun (or
voodoo) religion and home to the former Dahomey Kingdom from circa
16001900. In Abomey, Dahomey's former capital, the Historical Museum
occupies two royal palaces with bas-reliefs recounting the kingdoms past and a
throne mounted on human skulls. To the north, Pendjari National Park offers
safaris with elephants, hippos and lions.
Capital: Porto-Novo
Dialing code: +229
Currency: West African CFA franc
President: Patrice Talon
Population: 10.32 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: French
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.73 Bhutan
Country in South Asia
Bhutan, a Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas eastern edge, is known for its
monasteries, fortresses (or dzongs) and dramatic landscapes that range from
subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys. In the High Himalayas, peaks

such as 7,326m Jomolhari are popular trekking destinations. Paro Taktsang


monastery (also known as Tigers Nest) clings to cliffs above the forested Paro
Valley.
Capital: Thimphu
King: Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck
Population: 753,947 (2013) World Bank
Currencies: Bhutanese ngultrum, Indian rupee
Official language: Dzongkha
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.
3.74 Bolivia
Country in South America
Bolivia is a country in central South America, with a varied terrain spanning
Andes Mountains, the Atacama Desert and Amazon Basin rainforest. At more
than 3,500m, its administrative capital, La Paz, sits on the Andes Altiplano
plateau with snow-capped Mt. Illimani in the background. Nearby is glasssmooth Lake Titicaca, the continents largest lake, straddling the border with
Peru.
Capital: Sucre
Currency: Bolivian boliviano
President: Evo Morales
Population: 10.67 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: Spanish, Aymara, Chiquitano, Movima, Araona, more
Bolivia Mineral & Mining Sector Investment and Business Guide
https://books.google.co.za/books?isbn=1433019507
Usa International Business Publications - 2007 - Business & Economics
In 2007, the value of output of the mineral industry of Bolivia accounted for
about 12.3% ... Of the total number of workers in 2007, an estimated 46,700
small-scale, ... and most of these new Government employees were transferred
from private ...
However, $46 700 per month will be collected in this country, and the author will
give back to the needy orphans in this great country.

3.75 Bosnia Herzegovina


Country in the Balkans
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country on the Balkan Peninsula in southeastern
Europe. Its countryside is home to medieval villages, rivers and lakes, plus the
craggy Dinaric Alps. National capital Sarajevo has a well preserved old quarter,
Baarija, with landmarks like 16th-century Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque.
Ottoman-era Latin Bridge is the site of the assassination of Archduke Franz
Ferdinand, which ignited World War I.
Capital: Sarajevo
Currency: Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark
Population: 3.829 million (2013) World Bank
Continent: Europe
Official languages: Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.76 Brunei
Country in Asia
Brunei is a tiny nation on the island of Borneo, in 2 distinct sections surrounded
by Malaysia and the South China Sea. It's known for its beaches and biodiverse
rainforest, much of it protected within reserves. The capital, Bandar Seri
Begawan, is home to the opulent JameAsr Hassanil Bolkiah mosque and its 29
golden domes. The capital's massive Istana Nurul Iman palace is the residence
of Bruneis ruling sultan.
Capital: Bandar Seri Begawan
King: Hassanal Bolkiah
Currency: Brunei dollar
Population: 417,784 (2013) World Bank
Official language: Malay
Chapter 5 Social Protection in Brunei Darussalam Current ... - ERIA

www.eria.org/publications/research_project.../CH-05_Brunei_pp.124-156.pdf
Source: Brunei Darussalam Key Indicators 2009 (Brunei Government, 2009).
1.4. .... increase in the numbers of unmarried women and those who chose to
defer .... the Public Service Department website give a total of 46,757
employees in the ...
The idea will amass $46 757 000 per month in this magnificent country, and the
author will donate to the needy orphans in the great country of Brunei.

3.77 Bulgaria
Country in Europe
Bulgaria is a Balkan nation with diverse terrain encompassing Black Sea
coastline, a mountainous interior and rivers, including the Danube. A cultural
melting pot with Greek, Slavic, Ottoman, and Persian influences, it has a rich
heritage of traditional dance, music, costumes, and crafts. At the foot of domed
Vitosha mountain is its capital city, Sofia, dating to the 5th century B.C.
Capital: Sofia
Dialing code: +359
Currency: Bulgarian lev
Population: 7.265 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Bulgarian
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.78 Burkina Faso


Country in West Africa
Burkina Faso is a landlocked country in West Africa around 274,200 square
kilometres in size. It is surrounded by six countries: Mali to the north; Niger to
the east; Benin to the southeast; Togo and ... Wikipedia
Capital: Ouagadougou
Dialing code: +226
President: Roch Marc Christian Kabor
Currency: West African CFA franc
Population: 16.93 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: French

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.79 Myanmar
Country in Asia
Myanmar (formerly Burma) is a Southeast Asian nation of more than 100 ethnic
groups, bordering India, Bangladesh, China, Laos and Thailand. Yangon
(formerly Rangoon), the country's largest city, is home to bustling markets,
numerous parks and lakes, and the towering, gilded Shwedagon Pagoda, which
contains Buddhist relics and dates to the 6th century.
Capital: Naypyidaw
Currency: Burmese kyat
Population: 53.26 million (2013) World Bank
President: Htin Kyaw
Official language: Burmese
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.80 Burundi

Country in Africa
Burundi, officially the Republic of Burundi, is a landlocked country in the
African Great Lakes region of East Africa, bordered by Rwanda to the north,
Tanzania to the east and south, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to
the west. Wikipedia
Capital: Bujumbura
Dialing code: +257
President: Pierre Nkurunziza
Currency: Burundian franc
Population: 10.16 million (2013) World Bank
GDP per capita: 267.11 USD (2013) World Bank
Official languages: French, Kirundi

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.81 Chile
Country
Chile is a long, narrow country stretching along South America's western edge,
with more than 6,000km of Pacific Ocean coastline. Santiago, its capital, sits in
a valley surrounded by the Andes and Chilean Coast Range mountains. The
city's palm-lined Plaza de Armas contains the neoclassical cathedral and the
National History Museum. The massive Parque Metropolitano offers swimming
pools, a botanical garden and zoo.
Capital: Santiago
Dialing code: +56
Currency: Chilean peso
Population: 17.62 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Spanish
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.82 Comoros
Country in Africa
The Comoros is a volcanic archipelago off Africas east coast, in the warm
Indian Ocean waters of the Mozambique Channel. The nation states largest
island, Grande Comore (Ngazidja) is ringed by beaches and old lava from active
Mt. Karthala volcano. Clustered around the port in the capital, Moroni, carved
doors and the white colonnaded Ancienne Mosque du Vendredi recall the
islands Arab heritage.
Capital: Moroni
Dialing code: +269
Currency: Comorian franc
President: Azali Assoumani
Population: 734,917 (2013) World Bank
Official languages: French, Arabic, Comorian

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.83 Central African Republic


Country in Africa
The Central African Republic is a landlocked country in Central Africa. It is
bordered by Chad to the north, Sudan to the northeast, South Sudan to the east,
the Democratic Republic of the Congo and ... Wikipedia
Capital: Bangui
President: Faustin-Archange Touadra
Population: 4.616 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Central African CFA franc
Official languages: French, Sango
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.84 Chad
Country in Africa
Chad, officially the Republic of Chad, is a landlocked country in northern
Central Africa. It is bordered by Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, the
Central African Republic to the south, Cameroon ... Wikipedia
Capital: N'Djamena
Dialing code: +235
President: Idriss Dby
Population: 12.83 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Central African CFA franc
Official languages: French, Arabic
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.85 Democratic Republic of the Congo


Country in Africa
The Democratic Republic of the Congo, also known as DR Congo, DRC,
DROC, Congo-Kinshasa, or simply the Congo is a country located in Central
Africa. From 1971 to 1997 it was named Zaire, and from 1908 to 1960 it was
called the Belgian Congo. Wikipedia
Capital: Kinshasa
Currency: Congolese franc
President: Joseph Kabila
Population: 67.51 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: French
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.86 Cameroon
Country in Central Africa
Cameroon, on the Gulf of Guinea, is a Central African country of varied terrain
and wildlife. Its inland capital, Yaound, and its biggest city, the seaport
Douala, are transit points to ecotourism sites as well as beach resorts like Kribi
near the Chutes de la Lob waterfalls, which plunge directly into the sea and
Limbe, where the Limbe Wildlife Centre houses rescued primates.
Capital: Yaound
Dialing code: +237
Currency: Central African CFA franc
President: Paul Biya
Population: 22.25 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: French, English
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.87 Ivory Coast


Country in West Africa
Cte d'Ivoire is a West African country with beach resorts, rainforests and a
French-colonial legacy. Abidjan, on the Atlantic coast, is the countrys major
urban center. Its modern landmarks include zigguratlike, concrete La Pyramide
and St. Paul's Cathedral, a swooping structure tethered to a massive cross. North
of the central business district, Banco National Park is a rainforest preserve with
hiking trails.
Capital: Yamoussoukro
Dialing code: +225
Currency: West African CFA franc
President: Alassane Ouattara
Official language: French
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.88 Croatia
Country in Europe
Croatia is an Eastern European country with a long coastline on the Adriatic
Sea. Encompassing more than a thousand islands, it's also crossed by the
Dinaric Alps. Its inland capital, Zagreb, is distinguished by its medieval Gornji
Grad (Upper Town) and diverse museums. The major coastal city Dubrovnik
has massive 16th-century walls encircling an Old Town with Gothic and
Renaissance buildings.
Capital: Zagreb
President: Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovi
Currency: Croatian kuna
Population: 4.253 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Croatian
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.89 Curacao
Island country
Curaao, a Dutch Caribbean island, is known for its beaches tucked into coves
and its expansive coral reefs rich with marine life. The capital, Willemstad, has
pastel-colored colonial architecture, floating Queen Emma Bridge and the sandfloored, 17th-century Mikv Israel-Emanuel Synagogue. Its also a gateway to
western beaches like Blue Bay, a popular diving site.
Capital: Willemstad
Currency: Netherlands Antillean guilder
Population: 153,500 (2013) World Bank
Continent: South America
Official languages: Dutch, English, Papiamento
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.90 Cyprus
Country in Europe
The Republic of Cyprus occupies the southern part of the island of Cyprus in
the eastern Mediterranean. The island (and capital city Nicosia) is divided with
Turkey to the north. Known for beaches, it also has a rugged interior with wine
regions. Coastal Paphos is famed for its archaeological sites relating to the cult
of Aphrodite, including ruins of palaces, tombs and mosaic-tiled villas.
Capital: Nicosia
Dialing code: +357
Currency: Euro
Unemployment rate: 15.6% (Apr 2015) Eurostat
Population: 1.141 million (2013) World Bank
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.91 Czech Republic

Country in Europe
The Czech Republic, in Central Europe, is a country that's known for its ornate
castles, native beers and long history. Prague, the capital, is home to grand 9thcentury Prague Castle, a preserved medieval old town and statue-lined Charles
Bridge. esk Krumlov, a small town in the South Bohemia region, is notable
for its wealth of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings, many of which
house restaurants and shops.
Capital: Prague
Dialing code: +420
Currency: Czech koruna
Population: 10.52 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Czech
The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees
was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.
3.92 Equatorial Guinea
Country in Africa
Equatorial Guinea is a Central African country comprising the Rio Muni mainland and 5
volcanic offshore islands. Capital Malabo, on Bioko Island, has Spanish colonial architecture
and is a hub for the countrys prosperous oil industry. Its Arena Blanca beach draws dryseason butterflies. The tropical forest of the mainlands Monte Alen National Park is home to
gorillas, chimpanzees and elephants.
Capital: Malabo
President: Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo
Currency: Central African CFA franc
Population: 757,014 (2013) World Bank
GDP per capita: 20,581.61 USD (2013) World Bank
Official languages: French, Spanish, Portuguese

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.93 Eritrea

Eritrea officially the State of Eritrea, is a country in the Horn of Africa. With its capital at
Asmara, it is bordered by Sudan in the west, Ethiopia in the south, and Djibouti in the
southeast. Wikipedia
Capital: Asmara
Population: 6.333 million (2013) World Bank
President: Isaias Afwerki
Currency: Eritrean nakfa
GDP per capita: 543.82 USD (2013) World Bank
Gross domestic product: 3.444 billion USD (2013) World Bank

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.94 Estonia
Country in Europe
Estonia, a country in Northern Europe, borders the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland. Including
more than 1,500 islands, its diverse terrain spans rocky beaches, old-growth forest and many
lakes. Formerly part of the Soviet Union, it's dotted with castles, churches and hilltop
fortresses. The capital, Tallinn, is known for its preserved Old Town, museums and the
314m-high Tallinn TV Tower, which has an observation deck.
Capital: Tallinn
Dialing code: +372
Currency: Euro
Population: 1.325 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Estonian

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.95 Ethiopia

Country in Africa
Ethiopia, in the Horn of Africa, is a rugged, landlocked country split by the Great Rift Valley.
With archaeological finds dating back more than 3 million years, its a place of ancient
culture. Among its important sites are Lalibela with its rock-cut Christian churches from the
12th13th centuries. Aksum is the ruins of an ancient city with obelisks, tombs, castles and
Our Lady Mary of Zion church.
Capital: Addis Ababa
Population: 94.1 million (2013) World Bank

Currency: Ethiopian birr


President: Mulatu Teshome
Official language: Amharic

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.96 Finland

Country in Europe
Finland is a Northern European nation bordering Sweden, Norway and Russia. Its capital,
Helsinki, occupies a peninsula and surrounding islands in the Baltic Sea. Helsinki is home to
the 18th-century sea fortress Suomenlinna, the fashionable Design District and diverse
museums. The Northern Lights can be seen from the country's Arctic Lapland province, a
vast wilderness with national parks and ski resorts.
Capital: Helsinki
Currency: Euro
Population: 5.439 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: Finnish, Swedish
Colleges and Universities: University of Helsinki, more

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.97 Ghana

Country in West Africa


Ghana, a nation on West Africas Gulf of Guinea, is known for diverse wildlife, old forts and
secluded beaches, such as at Busua. Coastal towns Elmina and Cape Coast contain posubans
(native shrines), colonial buildings and castles-turned-museums that serve as testimonials to
the slave trade. North of Cape Coast, vast Kakum National Park has a treetop-canopy
walkway over the rainforest.
Capital: Accra
Dialing code: +233
Currency: Ghanaian cedi
President: John Dramani Mahama

Population: 25.9 million (2013) World Bank


Official language: English

My Ghana, Your Ghana, Our Ghana | Feature - Opinion - MyJoyOnline


opinion.myjoyonline.com Feature
Mar 11, 2013 - How many people are employed in the public sector? ... In the 2013 Budget
Statement (para 700), Government was emphatic that there are 478,566 public sector workers
representing 99.70 percent of total public servants that ...
This will translate into $478, 566 per month, and the author will plough back to the needy
orphans in this great country.

3.98 Grenada

Country in the Caribbean


Grenada is a Caribbean country comprising a main island, also called Grenada, and smaller
surrounding islands. Dubbed the Spice Isle, the hilly main island is home to numerous
nutmeg plantations. Its also the site of the capital, St. Georges, whose colourful homes,
Georgian buildings and early-18th-century Fort George overlook narrow Carenage Harbour.
To the south is Grand Anse Beach, with resorts and bars.
Capital: St. George's
Currency: East Caribbean dollar
Population: 105,897 (2013) World Bank
Prime minister: Keith Mitchell
Governor-general: Ccile La Grenade
Official language: English

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.99 Guatemala

Country in Central America


Guatemala, a Central American country south of Mexico, is home to volcanoes, rainforests
and ancient Mayan sites. The capital, Guatemala City, features the stately National Palace of
Culture and the National Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. Antigua, west of the

capital, contains preserved Spanish colonial buildings. Lake Atitln, formed in a massive
volcanic crater, is surrounded by coffee fields and villages.
Capital: Guatemala City
Dialing code: +502
Currency: Guatemalan quetzal
Population: 15.47 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Spanish

Guatemala - Encyclopedia of the Nations


www.nationsencyclopedia.com/economies/Americas/Guatemala.html
The reluctance of the Guatemalan government to institute population control ... coffee
exports brought in US$586.3 million, almost double the amount of sugar, the next ... and
employs about 15 percent of the total workforce (500,000 workers).
The 500 000 government workers will amass $500 000 per month for the creative idea, and
the author will contribute to the needy orphans in this magnificent country.

3.100 Guinea

Country in West Africa


Guinea /ni/, officially the Republic of Guinea, is a country on the West coast of Africa.
Formerly known as French Guinea, the modern country is sometimes referred to as GuineaConakry in order ... Wikipedia
Capital: Conakry
Dialing code: +224
President: Alpha Cond
Currency: Guinean franc
Population: 11.75 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: French

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.101 Guinea Bissau

Country in West Africa

Guinea-Bissau is a tropical country on West Africas Atlantic coast thats known for national
parks and wildlife. The forested, sparsely populated Bijags archipelago is a protected
biosphere reserve. Its main island, Bubaque, forms part of the Orango Islands National Park,
a habitat for saltwater hippos. On the mainland, the capital, Bissau, is a port with Portuguese
colonial buildings in its old city center.
Capital: Bissau
Dialing code: +245
President: Jos Mrio Vaz
Currency: West African CFA franc
Population: 1.704 million (2013) World Bank
Prime minister: Baciro Dj
Official language: Portuguese

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.102 Guyana

Country in South America


Guyana, a country on South Americas North Atlantic coast, is defined by its dense
rainforest. English-speaking, with cricket and calypso music, it's culturally connected to the
Caribbean region. Its capital, Georgetown, is known for British colonial architecture,
including tall, painted-timber St. Georges Anglican Cathedral. A large clock marks the
facade of Stabroek Market, a source of local produce.
Capital: Georgetown
Currency: Guyanese dollar

Population: 799,613 (2013) World Bank


President: David A. Granger
Official language: English

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.103 Iceland

Country in Europe
Iceland, a Nordic island nation, is defined by its dramatic landscape with volcanoes, geysers,
hot springs and lava fields. Massive glaciers are protected in Vatnajkull and Snfellsjkull
national parks. Most of the population lives in the capital, Reykjavik, which runs on
geothermal power and is home to the National and Saga museums, tracing Icelands Viking
history.
Capital: Reykjavik
Population: 323,002 (2013) World Bank
Currency: Icelandic krna
Official language: Icelandic
President: lafur Ragnar Grmsson, Guni Th. Jhannesson

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.104 Ireland
Country in Europe
The Republic of Ireland occupies most of the island of Ireland, off the coast of England and
Wales. Its capital, Dublin, is the birthplace of writers like Oscar Wilde, and home of
Guinness beer. The 9th-century Book of Kells and other illustrated manuscripts are on show
in Dublins Trinity College Library. Dubbed the "Emerald Isle for its lush landscape, the
country is dotted with castles like medieval Cahir Castle.
Capital: Dublin
Dialing code: +353
Currency: Euro
Population: 4.595 million (2013) World Bank
Destinations: Dublin, Galway, Cork, Killarney, Limerick, The Burren, more

Civil Service Statistics - Office for National Statistics


https://www.ons.gov.uk/employmentandlabourmarket/peopleinwork/.../2015-10-08
Oct 8, 2015 - The number of full-time civil servants fell by 4,996 (1.5%) to 327,696 ...
Longer time series for total Civil Service employment are available from the Public Sector
Employment release. ... There are home Civil Service employees based in Northern Ireland
and Overseas. ..... cssurveys@ons.gsi.gov.uk
This will rake in $327, 696 per month for the innovative idea, and the author pledges
contribution to the needy orphans in this great nation.

3.105 Indonesia

Country
Indonesia, a Southeast Asian nation made up of thousands of volcanic islands, is home to
hundreds of ethnic groups speaking many different languages. Its known for beaches,
volcanoes, Komodo dragons and jungles sheltering elephants, orangutans and tigers. On the
island of Java lies Indonesia's vibrant, sprawling capital, Jakarta, and the city of Yogyakarta,
known for gamelan music and traditional puppetry.
Capital: Jakarta
Dialing code: +62
President: Joko Widodo
Currency: Indonesian rupiah
Population: 249.9 million (2013) World Bank

Economic Change in Modern Indonesia: Colonial and Post-colonial ...


https://books.google.co.za/books?isbn=1316495469
Anne Booth - 2016 - History
The total number of government employees, including those working in central and local
government and in state enterprises, came to around 1.033 million in ...
The creative marketing idea will amass $1.033 million per month, and the author pledges
contribution to the needy orphans in this magnificent country.

3.106 Kazakhstan

Country
Kazakhstan, a Central Asian country and former Soviet republic, extends from the Caspian
Sea in the west to the Altai Mountains at its eastern border with China and Russia. Its largest
metropolis, Almaty, is a long-standing trading hub whose landmarks include Ascension
Cathedral, a tsarist-era Russian Orthodox church, and the Central State Museum of
Kazakhstan, displaying thousands of Kazakh artifacts.
Capital: Astana
Currency: Kazakhstani tenge
Population: 17.04 million (2013) World Bank
President: Nursultan Nazarbayev
National anthem: Meni Qazaqstanm

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.107 Kenya

Country in Africa
Kenya is a country in East Africa with coastline on the Indian Ocean. It encompasses
savannah, lakelands, the dramatic Great Rift Valley and mountain highlands. It's also home to
wildlife like lions, elephants and rhinos. From Nairobi, the capital, safaris visit the Maasai
Mara Reserve, known for its annual wildebeest migrations, and Amboseli National Park,
offering views of Tanzania's 5,895m Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Capital: Nairobi
Dialing code: +254
Currency: Kenyan shilling
President: Uhuru Kenyatta
Official languages: Swahili, English

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.108 Kiribati

Country in Oceania
Kiribati, an island republic in the Central Pacific, comprises 33 coral atolls and isles
stretching along the equator. With lagoons and white-sand beaches, many of its islands are
uninhabited, offering a remote setting for fishing, diving and bird-watching. The crowded
capital, South Tarawa, made up of small islets, retains remnants of WWII battles fought on its
shores, and is known for folk dancing and handicrafts.
Capital: South Tarawa
Area: 811 km
Population: 102,351 (2013) World Bank
President: Taneti Mamau
Continent: Oceania
Currencies: Australian dollar, Kiribati dollar
Official languages: English, Kiribati

Kiribati poverty assessment - Australian High Commission in Kiribati


kiribati.embassy.gov.au/files/twaa/140313%20Poverty%20Assessment%20.pdf
The team is grateful to the information provided by government and non- ..... years, numbers
would still remain modest at 720 workers in total (or 180 per year).
The idea in this wonderful country will accumulate $720 per month, and the author would
still contribute to the needy orphans.

3.109 Kosovo

Kosovo is a disputed territory and partially recognised state in Southeast Europe that declared
independence from Serbia in February 2008 as the Republic of Kosovo. Wikipedia
Capital: Pristina
Dialing code: +383
Population: 1.824 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Euro
President: Hashim Thai

Kosovo - Europa.eu
ec.europa.eu/agriculture/external-studies/2006/applicant/kosovo_en.pdf
municipal government and an internationally-supervised Kosovo Police Service. ..... The total
number of full time equivalent workers in the sector is 278,000.
However, $270 000 per month would be cumulated in this great nation, and the author
pledges support for the needy orphans.

3=110 Kyrgyzstan

Country in Asia
Kyrgyzstan is a rugged Central Asian country along the Silk Road, the ancient trade route
between China and the Mediterranean. The Tian Shan mountains, which surround the old
caravan route and dominate the country, are home to snow leopards, lynx and sheep. In the
south, the millennia-old city of Osh has a huge, busy bazaar that was once a stop on the Silk
Road.
Capital: Bishkek
Dialing code: +996
Currency: Kyrgyzstani som

Population: 5.72 million (2013) World Bank


Official languages: Kyrgyz, Russian

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.111 Laos

Country in Asia
Laos is a Southeast Asian country traversed by the Mekong River and known for
mountainous terrain, French colonial architecture, hill tribe settlements and Buddhist
monasteries. Vientiane, the capital, is the site of the That Luang monument, where a reliquary
reportedly houses the Buddhas breastbone, plus the Patuxai war memorial and Talat Sao
(Morning Market), a complex jammed with food, clothes and craft stalls.
Capital: Vientiane
Currency: Lao kip
Population: 6.77 million (2013) World Bank
President: Bounnhang Vorachith
Official language: Lao

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.112 Latvia

Country in Europe
Latvia is a country on the Baltic Sea between Lithuania and Estonia. Its landscape is marked
by wide beaches as well as dense, sprawling forests. Latvias capital is Riga, home to notable
wooden and art nouveau architecture, a vast Central Market and a medieval Old Town with
St. Peter's Church. Riga's museums include the Latvian Ethnographic Open-Air Museum,
showcasing local crafts, food and music.
Capital: Riga
Dialing code: +371
Currency: Euro
Population: 2.013 million (2013) World Bank

Official language: Latvian

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.113 Lebanon

Country in the Middle East


Lebanon, officially the Lebanese Republic, is a sovereign state in Western Asia. It is
bordered by Syria to the north and east and Israel to the south, whilst Cyprus is west across
the Mediterranean Sea. Wikipedia
Capital: Beirut
Dialing code: +961
Currency: Lebanese pound
Population: 4.467 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Arabic

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.114 Liberia
Country in West Africa
Liberia /labri/, officially the Republic of Liberia, is a country on the West African coast.
Liberia means "Land of the Free" in Latin. It is bordered by Sierra Leone to its west, Guinea
to its north and Ivory Coast to its east. Wikipedia
Capital: Monrovia
President: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
Currency: Liberian dollar
Population: 4.294 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: English

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.115 Libya

Country in North Africa


Libya is a country in the Maghreb region of North Africa, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea
to the north, Egypt to the east, Sudan to the southeast, Chad and Niger to the south, and
Algeria and Tunisia to the west. Wikipedia
Capital: Tripoli
Population: 6.202 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Libyan dinar
Prime minister: Fayez al-Sarraj
Official language: Arabic

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.116 Liechtenstein

Country in Europe
Liechtenstein is a German-speaking, 25km-long principality between Austria and
Switzerland. Its known for its medieval castles, alpine landscapes and villages linked by a
network of trails. The capital, Vaduz, a cultural and financial center, is home to
Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, with galleries of modern and contemporary art. The Postal
Museum displays Liechtensteins postage stamps.
Capital: Vaduz
Area: 160 km
Population: 36,925 (2013) World Bank
Currency: Swiss franc
Official language: German

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.117 Lithuania

Country in Europe
Lithuania is a country and the southernmost of Europes Baltic states, a former Soviet bloc
nation bordering Poland, Latvia and Belarus. Its capital, Vilnius, near the Belarus border, is
known for its medieval Old Town. It also has Gothic, Renaissance and baroque architecture,
and 18th-century cathedral built on a pagan temple site. Hilltop Gediminas' Tower, a symbol
of the city and the nation, offers sweeping views.
Capital: Vilnius
Dialing code: +370
Currency: Euro
Population: 2.956 million (2013) World Bank
President: Dalia Grybauskait

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.118 Luxembourg

Country in Europe
Luxembourg is a small European country, surrounded by Belgium, France and Germany. Its
mostly rural, with dense Ardennes forest and nature parks in the north, rocky gorges of the
Mullerthal region in the east and the Moselle river valley in the southeast. Its capital,
Luxembourg City, is famed for its fortified medieval old town perched on sheer cliffs.
Capital: Luxembourg City
Dialing code: +352
Population: 543,202 (2013) World Bank
Currency: Euro
Official languages: French, German, Luxembourgish

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.119 Macau

Macau is an autonomous region on the south coast of China, across the Pearl River Delta
from Hong Kong. A Portuguese territory until 1999, it reflects a mix of cultural influences.
Its giant casinos and malls on the Cotai Strip, which joins the islands of Taipa and Coloane,
have earned it the nickname, "Las Vegas of Asia." One of its more striking landmarks is
338m-high Macau Tower, with sweeping city views.
Plan a trip
Macau travel guide

3-star hotel averaging R1 912, 5-star averaging R3 160


Local time: Monday 3:22 AM
Currency: Macanese pataca
Weather: 28C, Wind N at 21 km/h, 79% Humidity

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.120 Macedonia
Country in the Balkans
Macedonia is a landlocked Balkan nation of mountains, lakes and ancient towns with
Ottoman and European architecture. The capital, Skopje, is known for its sprawling Old
Bazaar quarter and historic buildings turned museums, including the National Gallery of
Macedonia, housed in a 15th-century Turkish bath complex. The southern city Ohrid, on a
lake of the same name, has a medieval townscape and hilltop castle.
Capital: Skopje
Dialing code: +389
Currency: Macedonian denar
Population: 2.107 million (2013) World Bank
Colleges and Universities: Saints Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje, more

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.121 Maldives

Country in South Asia


The Maldives is a tropical nation in the Indian Ocean composed of 26 ring-shaped atolls,
which are made up of more than 1,000 coral islands. Its known for its beaches, blue lagoons
and extensive reefs. The capital, Mal, has a busy fish market, restaurants and shops on the
main road, Majeedhee Magu, and 17th-century Hukuru Miskiy (also known as Friday
Mosque) made of carved white coral.
Capital: Mal
Dialing code: +960
Currency: Maldivian rufiyaa
Population: 345,023 (2013) World Bank
President: Abdulla Yameen
Official language: Dhivehi

Maldives Civil Service Statistics-June 2011 Civil Service Commission


en.csc.gov.mv/2011/08/25/maldives-civil-service-statistics-june-2011/
Aug 25, 2011 - The total number of permanent Maldivian civil servants stood at 16,914 ...
includes all state paid employees including government companies ...
The idea in this country will cumulate $16,914 per month and the author will still pledge
support for the needy orphans in the country.

3.122 Mali
Country in West Africa
Mali, officially the Republic of Mali, is a landlocked country in West Africa. Mali is the
eighth-largest country in Africa, with an area of just over 1,240,000 square kilometres. The
population of Mali is 14.5 million. Its capital is Bamako. Wikipedia
Capital: Bamako
Currency: West African CFA franc
President: Ibrahim Boubacar Keta
Population: 15.3 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: French

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.123 Malta

Country in Europe
Malta is an archipelago in the central Mediterranean between Sicily and the North African
coast. It's a nation known for historic sites related to a succession of rulers including the
Romans, Moors, Knights of Saint John, French and British. It has numerous fortresses,
megalithic temples and the al Saflieni Hypogeum, a subterranean complex of halls and
burial chambers dating to circa 4000 B.C.
Capital: Valletta
Dialing code: +356
Currency: Euro
Population: 423,282 (2013) World Bank
Official languages: English, Maltese

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.124 Marshall Islands


Country in Oceania
The Marshall Islands are a sprawling chain of volcanic islands and coral atolls in the central
Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and the Philippines. In the northwest, Bikini Atolls largely
undisturbed waters, used as a ship graveyard after World War II, are now a popular wreck
dive site. Near Majuro Atoll, which holds the islands' capital and largest settlement, the coral
reef at Kalalin Pass teems with marine life.
Capital: Majuro
Dialing code: +692
Population: 52,634 (2013) World Bank
Currency: United States Dollar
University: College of the Marshall Islands
Official languages: English, Marshallese

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.125 Mexico
Country in North America
Mexico is a country between the U.S. and Central America that's known for its Pacific and
Gulf of Mexico beaches and its diverse landscape of mountains, deserts and jungles. Ancient
ruins such as Teotihuacn and the Mayan city of Chichn Itz are scattered throughout the

country, as are Spanish colonial-era towns. In capital Mexico City, upscale shops, renowned
museums and gourmet restaurants cater to modern life.
Capital: Mexico City
Dialing code: +52
Currency: Mexican peso
President: Enrique Pea Nieto
Population: 122.3 million (2013) World Bank

County Business Patterns, New Mexico


https://books.google.co.za/books?id=cevYFnV1VGsC
1999 - Industrial statistics
[Excludes most government employees, railroad employees. and ... 249 250 to 499 500 to 999
Total number of employees 533 858 40 163 57 992 72 055 ...
The innovative idea will collect $533 858 40 per month, and the author guarantees that he
will donate to the destitute orphans.
It would be an honour for the author to contribute to the orphans of Mexico, a great country
where world-renowned professional wrestler Alberto Del Rio hails from.

3.126 Micronesia
Archipelago in Oceania
Micronesia is a subregion of Oceania, comprising thousands of small islands in the western
Pacific Ocean. It has a shared cultural history with two other island regions, Polynesia to the
east and Melanesia to the south. Wikipedia
Islands: Eot, Ta (island)

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.127 Moldova

Country in Europe

Moldova, an Eastern European country and former Soviet republic, has varied terrain
including forests, rocky hills and vineyards. Its wine regions include Nistreana, known for
reds, and Codru, home to some of the worlds largest cellars. Capital Chiinu has Sovietstyle architecture and the National Museum of History, exhibiting art and ethnographic
collections that reflect cultural links with neighboring Romania.
Capital: Chiinu
Dialing code: +373
Currency: Moldovan leu
Population: 3.559 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Romanian

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.128 Monaco
Country in Europe
Monaco is a tiny independent city-state on Frances Mediterranean coastline known for its
upscale casinos, yacht-lined harbor and prestigious Grand Prix motor race, which runs
through Monacos streets once a year. Monte-Carlo, its major district, is home to an elegant
belle-poque casino complex and ornate Salle Garnier opera house. It also has many luxe
hotels, boutiques, nightclubs and restaurants.
Population: 37,831 (2013) World Bank
King: Albert II, Prince of Monaco
Currency: Euro
GDP per capita: 163,025.86 USD (2011) World Bank
Royal family: House of Grimaldi
Official language: French

Monaco might not charge residents income tax, but it's no tax haven ...
www.telegraph.co.uk Finance Global Business
Feb 16, 2010 - Monaco's policy of not charging residents income tax has fostered the ... The
Prince's government runs our small country in consensus with the ... manufacturing also
employ significant numbers; over 3,000 workers are, .... the books no matter how much tax it
collects or how many services it doesn't deliver.
The country would bring in $3 000 for the innovative marketing idea, and the author will be
philanthropic in the country.

3.129 Mongolia

Country in East Asia


Mongolia, a nation bordered by China and Russia, is known for vast, rugged expanses and
nomadic culture. Its capital, Ulaanbaatar, centers around Chinggis Khaan (Genghis Khan)
Square, named for the notorious founder of the 13th- and 14th-century Mongol Empire. Also
in Ulaanbaatar are the National Museum of Mongolia, displaying historic and ethnographic
artifacts, and the restored 1830 Gandantegchinlen Monastery.
Capital: Ulaanbaatar
Dialing code: +976
Population: 2.839 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Mongolian tgrg
President: Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.130 Nauru

Country in Oceania
Nauru is a tiny island country in Micronesia, northeast of Australia. It features a coral reef
and white-sand beaches fringed with palms, including Anibare Bay on the east coast. Inland,
tropical vegetation surrounds Buada Lagoon. The rocky outcrop of Command Ridge, the
island's highest point, has a rusty Japanese outpost from WWII. The underground freshwater
lake of Moqua Well lies amid the limestone Moqua Caves.
Capital: Yaren District
Dialing code: +674
Population: 10,084 (Oct 2011)
Currency: Australian dollar
Continent: Oceania
President: Baron Waqa

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.131 Nepal

Country in South Asia


Nepal, officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, is a landlocked country in South
Asia with a population of 26.4 million. It is a multiethnic nation with Nepali as the official
language. Kathmandu is the nation's capital and largest city. Wikipedia
Capital: Kathmandu
Currency: Nepalese rupee
Population: 27.8 million (2013) World Bank
Continent: Asia
Official language: Nepali

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.132 Netherlands
Country in Europe
The Netherlands, a country in northwestern Europe, is known for a flat landscape of canals,
tulip fields, windmills and cycling routes. Amsterdam, the capital, is home to the
Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and the house where Jewish diarist Anne Frank hid during
WWII. Canalside mansions and a trove of works from artists including Rembrandt and
Vermeer remain from the city's 17th-century "Golden Age."
Capital: Amsterdam
Dialing code: +31
Local time: Monday 7:38 AM
Currency: Euro
Weather: 13C, Wind NE at 2 km/h, 88% Humidity
Population: 16.8 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: Dutch, Papiamento, Frisian

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.133 Nicaragua

Country in Central America


Nicaragua, set between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, is a Central American
nation known for its dramatic terrain of lakes, volcanoes and beaches. Vast Lake Managua
and the iconic stratovolcano Momotombo sit north of the capital Managua. To its south is
Granada, noted for its Spanish colonial architecture and an archipelago of navigable islets
rich in tropical bird life.
Capital: Managua
Currency: Nicaraguan crdoba
Population: 6.08 million (2013) World Bank
President: Daniel Ortega
Official language: Spanish

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.134 Niger

Country in Africa
Niger, officially the Republic of Niger, is a landlocked country in Western Africa, named
after the Niger River. Wikipedia
Capital: Niamey
Population: 17.83 million (2013) World Bank
President: Mahamadou Issoufou
Currency: West African CFA franc
Continent: Africa
Official language: French

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.135 Oman

Country in the Middle East


Oman, a nation on the Arabian Peninsula, has terrain encompassing desert, riverbed oases
and long coastlines on the Persian (Arabian) Gulf, Arabian Sea and Gulf of Oman. Wahiba
Sands is a region of dunes inhabited by Bedouins. The port capital, Muscat, is home to the
massive, contemporary Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, and the old waterfront Muttrah
quarter, with a labyrinthine souk and busy fish market.

Capital: Muscat
Dialing code: +968
Currency: Omani rial
Sultan: Qaboos bin Said al Said
Population: 3.632 million (2013) World Bank

The Report: Oman 2014: - Page 153 - Google Books Result


https://books.google.co.za/books?isbn=1907065962
Oxford Business Group - 2014
... of a number of new jobs, with the sector registering a total of 33,664 employees by ... By
2020, the government aims for industrial activities to contribute nearly ...
In this country the massive idea would cash in $33 664, and the author will once again
support the needy orphans in this great nation.

3.136 Pakistan
Country in Asia
Pakistan, officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, is a federal parliamentary republic in
South Asia. It is the sixth-most populous country with a population exceeding 200 million
people. Wikipedia
Capital: Islamabad
Population: 182.1 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Pakistani rupee
National anthem: National Anthem Of Pakistan
President: Mamnoon Hussain
Official languages: Urdu, English

How many baboos Pakistan has and where? Overseas Pakistani ...
www.opfblog.com/2975/how-many-baboos-pakistan-has-and-where/
Jul 8, 2008 - Out of the total 208,491 civilian employees, 162,000 are paid by the ... actual
number of 376,000 in the federal government on January 1, 2008.
The innovative idea will make $376 0000 in this great nation, and the author pledges support
for the needy orphans in the country.

3.137 Palau

Country in Oceania

Palau is an archipelago of over 500 islands, part of the Micronesia region in the western
Pacific Ocean. Koror Island is home to the former capital, also called Koror, and is the
islands commercial center. Larger Babeldaob has the present capital, Ngerulmud, plus
mountains and sandy beaches on its east coast. In its north, ancient basalt monoliths known as
Badrulchau lie in grassy fields surrounded by palm trees.
Capital: Ngerulmud
Population: 20,918 (2013) World Bank
Currency: United States Dollar
President: Tommy Remengesau
Official languages: English, Palauan

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.138 Palestinian Territories

"Palestinian territories" and "occupied Palestinian territories" are descriptions often used to
describe the West Bank and the Gaza Strip which are occupied or otherwise under the control
of Israel. Wikipedia
Area: 6,220 km
Dialing code: +970
Population: 4.17 million (2013) World Bank
Life expectancy: 73.02 years (2012) World Bank
GDP per capita: 2,782.91 USD (2012) World Bank
Gross domestic product: 11.26 billion USD (2012) World Bank
Population growth rate: 3.0% annual change (2013) World Bank

Palestinian National Authority - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palestinian_National_Authority
The Palestinian National Authority is the interim self-government body established in 1994
..... Erika Waak reports in The Humanist "Of the total number of Palestinian civilians killed
during ..... In 2013 there are 150,000 government employees.
President of the Palestinian City Elections in the Palestinian ... Electoral districts
The great idea will collect $150 000 per month in this wonderful country, and the author
pledges support for the needy orphans.

3.139 Panama

Country in Central America


Panama is a country on the isthmus linking Central and South America. The Panama Canal, a
famous feat of human engineering, cuts through its center, linking the Atlantic and Pacific
oceans to create an essential shipping route. In the capital, Panama City, modern skyscrapers,
casinos and nightclubs contrast with colonial buildings in the Casco Viejo district and the
rainforest of Natural Metropolitan Park.
Capital: Panama City
Dialing code: +507
Population: 3.864 million (2013) World Bank
Currencies: United States Dollar, Panamanian balboa
Official language: Spanish

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.140 Papua New Guinea

Country in Oceania
Papua New Guinea, in the southwestern Pacific, encompasses the eastern half of New Guinea
and its offshore islands. A country of immense cultural and biological diversity, its known
for its beaches and coral reefs. Inland are active volcanoes, granite Mt. Wilhelm, dense
rainforest and hiking routes like the Kokoda Trail. There are also traditional tribal villages,
many with their own languages.
Capital: Port Moresby
Dialing code: +675
Currency: Papua New Guinean kina
Population: 7.321 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: English, Tok Pisin, Hiri Motu

Papua New Guinea's public sector at independence - ANU Press


press-files.anu.edu.au/downloads/press/p78541/mobile/ch18s02.html
In addition there were 4,034 government-funded teachers (in 197172) and 6,137 health
workers (197273). The total number of public servants was 44,981 in ...
However, $44, 981 will be collected from this vital country, and the author is prepared to
bestow to the needy orphans.

3.141 Paraguay

Country in South America


Paraguay is a landlocked country between Argentina, Brazil and Bolivia, home to large
swaths of swampland, subtropical forest and chaco, wildernesses comprising savanna and
scrubland. The capital, Asuncin, on the banks of the Paraguay River, is home to the grand
Government Palace and the Museo del Barro, displaying pre-Columbian ceramics and
andut lacework, the latter available in many shops.
Capital: Asuncin
President: Horacio Cartes
Currency: Paraguayan guaran
Population: 6.802 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: Paraguayan Guaran, Spanish

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.142 Peru

Country in South America


Peru is a country in South America that's home to a section of Amazon rainforest and Machu
Picchu, an ancient Incan city high in the Andes mountains. The region around Machu Picchu,
including the Sacred Valley, Inca Trail and colonial city of Cusco, is rich in archaeological
sites. On Perus arid Pacific coast is Lima, the capital, with a preserved colonial center and
important collections of pre-Columbian art.
Capital: Lima
Currency: Sol
President: Pedro Pablo Kuczynski
Population: 30.38 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: Spanish, Quechua, Aymara

3.143 Philippines

The Philippines is a Southeast Asian country in the Western Pacific, comprising more than
7,000 islands. Its capital, Manila, is famous for its waterfront promenade and centuries-old
Chinatown, Binondo. Intramuros, a walled city in colonial times, is the heart of Old Manila.
Its home to the baroque 17th-century San Agustin Church as well as Fort Santiago, a storied
citadel and military prison.

Capital: Manila
Dialing code: +63
President: Rodrigo Duterte
Currency: Philippine peso
Population: 98.39 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: English, Filipino

How many government employees are there in the Philippines? - Quora


https://www.quora.com/How-many-government-employees-are-there-in-the-Philippines
Jul 22, 2015 - According to the Civil Service Commission, as of the second quarter of 2010
the size ... Employees of the Philippine government (as in actual bureaucrats) comprise 63.6%
of the total bureaucracy, or 834,327 employees.
The great idea will amass $834, 327 per month and the author is prepared to bequeath to the
destitute orphans in this great country.

3.144 Poland
Country in Europe
Poland is an eastern European country on the Baltic Sea known for its medieval architecture
and Jewish heritage. In the city of Krakw, 14th-century Wawel Castle rises above the
medieval old town, home to Cloth Hall, a Renaissance trading post in Rynek Glwny (market
square). Nearby is the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp memorial, and vast Wieliczka
Salt Mine, with underground halls and tunnels.
Capital: Warsaw
Dialing code: +48
Currency: Polish zoty
Population: 38.53 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Polish

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.145 Qatar

Country in the Middle East


Qatar is a peninsular Arab country whose terrain comprises arid desert and a long Persian
(Arab) Gulf shoreline of beaches and dunes. Also on the coast is the capital, Doha, known for
its futuristic skyscrapers and other ultramodern architecture inspired by ancient Islamic

design, such as the limestone Museum of Islamic Art. The museum sits on the citys
Corniche waterfront promenade.
Capital: Doha
Dialing code: +974
Currency: Qatari riyal
Population: 2.169 million (2013) World Bank
GDP per capita: 93,714.06 USD (2013) World Bank

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.146 Romania

Country in Europe
Romania is a southeastern European country known for the forested region of Transylvania,
ringed by the Carpathian Mountains. Its preserved medieval towns include Sighioara, and
there are many fortified churches and castles, notably clifftop Bran Castle, long associated
with the Dracula legend. Bucharest, the countrys capital, is the site of the gigantic,
Communist-era Palatul Parlamentului government building.
Capital: Bucharest
Dialing code: +40
Currency: Romanian leu
Population: 19.96 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Romanian

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.147 Rwanda

Country in Africa
Rwanda is a landlocked East African country with a green, mountainous landscape. Its
renowned Volcanoes National Park is home to mountain gorillas and golden monkeys. The
park encompasses 4,507m-tall Mt. Karisimbi and 4 other forested volcanoes. In the southwest
is Nyungwe National Park, with ancient montane rainforest that's a habitat for chimpanzees
and other primates.

Capital: Kigali
President: Paul Kagame
Currency: Rwandan franc
Population: 11.78 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: Kinyarwanda, French, English

The prognosis of the author generated no tangible results as no figure of


government employees was procured in this country. The author guarantees that
he would be highly philanthropic in this excellent country.

3.148 Saint Kitts and Nevis


Country in the Caribbean
Saint Kitts and Nevis is a dual-island nation situated between the Atlantic Ocean and
Caribbean Sea. It's known for cloud-shrouded mountains and beaches. Many of its former
sugar plantations are now inns or atmospheric ruins. The larger of the 2 islands, Saint Kitts, is
dominated by the dormant Mount Liamuiga volcano, home to a crater lake, green vervet
monkeys and rainforest crisscrossed with hiking trails.
Capital: Basseterre
Dialing code: +1
Currency: East Caribbean dollar
Population: 54,191 (2013) World Bank
Official language: English

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.149 Saint Lucia

Country in the Caribbean


Saint Lucia is an Eastern Caribbean island nation with a pair of dramatically tapered
mountains, the Pitons, on its west coast. Its coast is home to volcanic beaches, reef-diving
sites, luxury resorts and fishing villages. Trails in the interior rainforest lead to waterfalls like
the 15m-high Toraille, which pours over a cliff into a garden. The capital, Castries, is a
popular cruise port.
Capital: Castries
Dialing code: +1
Currency: East Caribbean dollar
Population: 182,273 (2013) World Bank

Official language: English

The prognosis of the author generated no consequences as no figure of


government employees was attained. The author guarantees that he would be
highly humanitarian in this excellent country.

3.150 Saint Vincent and Grenadines

Country in the Caribbean


St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a southern Caribbean nation comprising a main island, St.
Vincent, and a chain of smaller islands. With yacht-filled harbors, chic private isles and
volcanic landscapes, its known for its major sailing destinations such as reef-lined Bequia
Island off Admiralty Bay, bordered by white-sand beaches like Princess Margaret. The main
island is home to the capital, Kingstown.
Capital: Kingstown
Population: 109,373 (2013) World Bank
Currency: East Caribbean dollar
Prime minister: Ralph Gonsalves
Official language: English

The exploration of the author yielded no results as no figure of government


employees was procured in this country. The author guarantees that he would be
extremely humanitarian in this tremendous country.

3.151 Samoa

Country in Oceania
Samoa is an country comprising the westernmost group of the Samoan Islands, in Polynesia.
Many of its islands have reef-bordered beaches and rugged, rainforested interiors with gorges
and waterfalls. The islands include Upolu, home to most of Samoa's population, and Savai'i,
one of the largest islands in the South Pacific. Smaller islands may have small villages or be
uninhabited, some with wildlife sanctuaries.
Capital: Apia
Currency: Samoan tl
Population: 190,372 (2013) World Bank
National anthem: The Banner of Freedom
Official languages: Samoan, English

Minimum Wage in American Samoa 2007: Economic Report

https://books.google.co.za/books?isbn=143791425X
Barry Leonard - 2009
This represented 45 percent of the total number of covered workers in the survey. The
American Samoa Government employed 3,783 covered workers, ...
In that case the idea will put together $3 783 per month, and the author will donate to the
impoverished orphans in the country.

3.152 San Marino

Country in Europe
San Marino is a mountainous microstate surrounded by north-central Italy. Among the
worlds oldest republics, it retains much of its historic architecture. On the slopes of Monte
Titano sits the capital, also called San Marino, known for its medieval walled old town and
narrow cobblestone streets. The Three Towers, castlelike citadels dating to the 11th century,
sit atop Titanos neighboring peaks.
Capital: San Marino
Population: 31,448 (2013) World Bank
Currency: Euro
National anthem: Inno Nazionale della Repubblica
Official language: Italian

The examination of the author did not supply results as no figure of government
employees was obtained in this country. The author guarantees that he would be
highly generous in this excellent country.

3.153 Sao Tome and Principe

Country in Africa
So Tom and Prncipe, an African island nation close to the equator, is part of a volcano
chain featuring striking rock and coral formations, rainforests and beaches. On the larger
island, So Tom, is the Lagoa Azul lagoon. bo Natural Park, a biodiverse jungle preserve,
covers much of So Tom and is distinguished by Pico Co Grande, a skyscraperlike
volcanic rock.
Capital: So Tom
President: Manuel Pinto da Costa
Population: 192,993 (2013) World Bank
Currency: So Tom and Prncipe dobra
Prime minister: Patrice Trovoada
Official language: Portuguese

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.154 Senegal
Country in West Africa
Senegal is a country on Africas west coast with a rich French colonial heritage and many
natural attractions. Dakar, the capital, features the ancient Mdina district and esteemed
Muse Thodore Monod, displaying African art. Dakar is also known for its nightlife, centred
on native mbalax music. Saint-Louis, formerly the capital of French West Africa, has an old
town with colonial architecture.
Capital: Dakar
Currency: West African CFA franc
President: Macky Sall
Population: 14.13 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: French

The enquiry of the author did not yield any results as no figure of government
employees was procured. The author guarantees that he would be highly
philanthropic in this outstanding country.

3.155 Serbia

Country in Europe
Serbia is a country on southeast Europe's Balkan peninsula with northern plateaus and
mountains with ski resorts to the south. Capital city Belgrade is home to Communist-era
architecture and Kalemegdan Park, site of Belgrade Fortress, held successively by the
Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires. Stari Grad, the old city, is home to 19th-century
mansions, plus opera and ballet at Narodno Pozorite (national theater).
Capital: Belgrade
Dialing code: +381
Currency: Serbian dinar
Population: 7.164 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Serbian

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.156 Seychelles
Country in East Africa
The Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, off East Africa. It's
home to numerous beaches, coral reefs and nature reserves, as well as rare animals such as
giant Aldabra tortoises. Mah, a hub for visiting the other islands, is home to capital Victoria.
It also has the mountain rainforests of Morne Seychellois National Park and beaches,
including Beau Vallon and Anse Takamaka.
Capital: Victoria
Currency: Seychellois rupee
Population: 89,173 (2013) World Bank
President: James Michel
Official languages: French, English, Seselwa

Seychelles Labor - Flags, Maps, Economy, History, Climate, Natural ...


www.photius.com/countries/seychelles/economy/seychelles_economy_labor.html
The total labor force was about 29,600 in 1991; some 19 percent were ... by high 1992 salary
increases to government and parastatal workers amounting to 12.3 ... No claims are made
regarding the accuracy of Seychelles Labor information ...
Then the idea will be beneficial to the tune of $29 600, and the author will provide to the
penurious orphans in the country.

3.157 Sierra Leone

Country in West Africa


Sierra Leone, officially the Republic of Sierra Leone, is a country in West Africa. It is
bordered by Guinea on the north, Liberia in the south-east, and the Atlantic Ocean in the
south-west. Wikipedia
Capital: Freetown
President: Ernest Bai Koroma
Population: 6.092 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Sierra Leonean leone
Official languages: English, Bengali

The prognosis of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was achieved. The author guarantees that he would be vastly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.158 Singapore

Country in Asia
Singapore, an island city-state off southern Malaysia, is a global financial center with a
tropical climate and multicultural population. Its colonial core centers on the Padang, a
cricket field since the 1830s and now flanked by grand buildings such as City Hall, with its
18 Corinthian columns. In Singapore's circa-1820 Chinatown stands the red-and-gold Buddha
Tooth Relic Temple, said to house one of Buddha's teeth.
Dialing code: +65
Currency: Singapore dollar
Population: 5.399 million (2013) World Bank
President: Tony Tan
Official languages: English, Tamil, Malay, Standard Mandarin

The enquiry of the author drew blanks as no figure of state employees was
obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly benevolent in this
excellent country.

3.159 Saint Maarten

Island country
Sint Maarten, part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, is a country on the southern part of a
Caribbean island shared with Saint Martin, a French overseas collectivity. Its natural features
span lagoons, beaches and salt pans. The capital, Philipsburg, has cobblestone streets and
colorful, colonial-style buildings lining its Front Street shopping area. The port is a popular
cruise-ship stop.
Capital: Philipsburg
Dialing code: +1
Currency: Netherlands Antillean guilder
Population: 33,609 (2011)
Government: Unitary state, Representative democracy, Constitutional monarchy,
Parliamentary system
Official languages: Dutch, English
Colleges and Universities: American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine,
University of St. Martin

The enquiry of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly charitable in this
excellent country.

3.160 Slovenia

Country in Europe
Slovenia, a country in Central Europe, is known for its mountains, ski resorts and lakes. On
Lake Bled, a glacial lake fed by hot springs, the town of Bled contains a church-topped islet
and a cliffside medieval castle. In Ljubljana, Slovenias capital, baroque facades mix with the
20th-century architecture of native Joe Plenik, whose iconic Tromostovje (Triple Bridge)
spans the tightly curving Ljubljanica River.
Capital: Ljubljana
Dialing code: +386
Currency: Euro
Population: 2.06 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Slovenian

The prognosis of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this first-rate country.

3.161 Solomon Islands


Country in Oceania
The Solomon Islands, a nation of hundreds of islands in the South Pacific, has many WWIIera sites. Guadalcanal, a province and one of the archipelagos largest islands, honors fallen
Allied soldiers at its U.S. War Memorial. Guadalcanal is also home to the nations capital,
Honiara, whose bustling Central Market showcases the islands produce and traditional
handicrafts.
Capital: Honiara
Dialing code: +677
Population: 561,231 (2013) World Bank
Currency: Solomon Islands dollar
Prime minister: Manasseh Sogavare
Official language: English

The study of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees was
obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly benevolent in this
excellent country.

3.162 Somalia

Country in Africa
Somalia, officially the Federal Republic of Somalia, is a country located in the Horn of
Africa. It is bordered by Ethiopia to the west, Djibouti to the northwest, the Gulf of Aden to
the north, the ... Wikipedia
Capital: Mogadishu
President: Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud
Population: 10.5 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Somali shilling
Prime minister: Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke
Official languages: Somali, Arabic

Somalia Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about ...


www.encyclopedia.com Places Africa Somalia Political Geography
The government claimed the total number in refugee camps exceeded 1.3 million. ..... There
are approximately 3.7 million workers in Somalia, with nomadic ...
The inventive marketing strategy would amass $3.7 million per month and the author will
donate to worthy causes in the country.

3.163 South Sudan

Country in East Africa


South Sudan, officially the Republic of South Sudan, is a landlocked country in East-Central
Africa that gained its independence from Sudan in 2011. Its current capital is Juba, which is
also its largest city. Wikipedia
Capital: Juba
Dialing code: +211
President: Salva Kiir Mayardit
Currency: South Sudanese pound
Population: 11.3 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: English

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of state employees was
obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly charitable in this
outstanding country.

3.164 North Sudan

Country in North Africa


Sudan, also known as North Sudan and officially the Republic of the Sudan, is a country in
northeastern Africa. Wikipedia
Capital: Khartoum
Dialing code: +249
President: Omar al-Bashir
Population: 37.96 million (2013) World Bank
Currency: Sudanese pound
Official languages: Arabic, English

The study of the author yielded no results as no figure of government


employees was acquired. The author guarantees that he would be highly
humanitarian in this excellent country.

3.165 Suriname

Country in South America


Suriname is a small country on the northeastern coast of South America. It's defined by vast
swaths of tropical rainforest, Dutch colonial architecture and a melting-pot culture. On its
Atlantic coast is the capital, Paramaribo, where palm gardens grow near Fort Zeelandia, a
17th-century trading post. Paramaribo is also home to Saint Peter and Paul Basilica, a
towering wood cathedral consecrated in 1885.
Capital: Paramaribo
Currency: Surinamese dollar
Population: 539,276 (2013) World Bank
President: Dsi Bouterse
Official language: Dutch

National Profile Suriname - Unitar


cwm.unitar.org/national-profiles/publications/cw/.../Suriname_National_Profile.pdf
Responsibilities of Different Government Ministries, Agencies and Other ..... The total
numbers of employees in other major sectorsv are: 40,129 (government),.
The marketing idea would collect $40 129 per month in this country, and the author will
plough back.

3.166 Taiwan

Taiwan is a small island nation 180km east of China with modern cities, traditional Chinese
temples, hot springs resorts and dramatic mountainous terrain. Taipei, the countrys capital in
the north, is known for its busy night markets, Chinese Imperial art at the National Palace
Museum and Taipei 101, a 509m-tall, bamboo-shaped skyscraper with an observation deck.
Capital: Taipei
Dialing code: +886
Currency: New Taiwan dollar
Population: 23.51 million (2016)
Official language: Standard Mandarin

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.167 Tajikistan

Country in Asia
Tajikistan is a country in Central Asia surrounded by Afghanistan, China, Kyrgyzstan and
Uzbekistan. Its known for rugged mountains, popular for hiking and climbing. The Fann
Mountains, near the national capital Dushanbe, have snow-capped peaks that rise over 5,000
meters. The range encompasses the Iskanderkulsky Nature Refuge, a notable bird habitat
named for Iskanderkul, a turquoise lake formed by glaciers.
Capital: Dushanbe
Population: 8.208 million (2013) World Bank
President: Emomali Rahmon
Currency: Tajikistani somoni
Official languages: Tajiki, Persian, Russian

The study of the writer yielded no tangible results as no figure of state


employees was found. The author guarantees that he would be highly generous
in this excellent country.

3.168 Togo

Country in West Africa


Togo, a West African nation on the Gulf of Guinea, is known for its palm-lined beaches and
hilltop villages. Koutammakou, inhabited by the Batammariba people, is a traditional
settlement of fortresslike clay huts dating to the 17th century. In the capital, Lom, are the
multistory Grand March bazaar and the Fetish Market, offering traditional talismans and
remedies relating to the vodun (voodoo) religion.
Capital: Lom
Dialing code: +228
Currency: CFA franc
President: Faure Gnassingb
Population: 6.817 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: French

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.169 Tonga

Country in Oceania
Tonga is a Polynesian kingdom of more than 170 South Pacific islands, many uninhabited,
most lined in white beaches and coral reefs and covered with tropical rainforest. The main
island, Tongatapu, is protected by lagoons and limestone cliffs. Its home to the rural capital
of Nuku'alofa, as well as beach resorts, plantations and the Ha'amonga a Maui, a
monumental coral gate from the 1200s.
Capital: Nukualofa
Dialing code: +676
King: Tupou VI
Population: 105,323 (2013) World Bank
Currency: Tongan paanga
Official languages: English, Tongan

The examination of the author drew blanks as no amount of government


employees was secured. The author guarantees that he would be extremely
philanthropic in this tremendous country.

3.170 Turkey

Country
Turkey is a nation straddling eastern Europe and western Asia with cultural connections to
ancient Greek, Persian, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires. Cosmopolitan Istanbul, on
the Bosphorus Strait, is home to the iconic Hagia Sophia, with its soaring dome and Christian
mosaics, the massive 17th-century Blue Mosque and the circa-1460 Topkap Palace, former
home of sultans. Ankara is Turkeys modern capital.
Capital: Ankara
President: Recep Tayyip Erdoan
Currency: Turkish lira
Population: 74.93 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Turkish

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.171 Tunisia

Country in North Africa


Tunisia is a North African country bordering the Mediterranean Sea and Sahara Desert. In the
capital, Tunis, the Bardo Museum has archaeological exhibits from Roman mosaics to
Islamic art. The citys medina quarter encompasses the massive Al-Zaytuna Mosque and a
thriving souk. To the east, the site of ancient Carthage features the Antonine Baths and other
ruins, plus artifacts at the Carthage National Museum.
Capital: Tunis
Currency: Tunisian dinar
President: Beji Caid Essebsi
Population: 10.89 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: Arabic

The research of the author drew blanks as no number of state employees was
obtained. The writer guarantees that he would be highly humanitarian in this
admirable country.

3.172 Turkmenistan

Country in Asia
Turkmenistan is a country in Central Asia bordered by the Caspian Sea and largely covered
by the Karakum Desert. Its known for archaeological ruins including those at Nisa and
Merv, major stops along the ancient trade route the Silk Road. Ashgabat, the capital, was
rebuilt in Soviet style in the mid-20th century and is filled with grand monuments honoring
former president Saparmurat Niyazov.
Capital: Ashgabat
Population: 5.24 million (2013) World Bank
President: Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow
Currency: Turkmenistan manat
Official languages: Turkmen, Russian

The exploration of the author drew blanks as no total of government employees


was secured. The author guarantees that he would be highly benevolent in this
exceptional country.

3.173 Tuvalu

Country in Oceania
Tuvalu, in the South Pacific, is an independent island nation within the British
Commonwealth. Its 9 islands comprise small, sparsely populated atolls and reef islands with
palm-fringed beaches and WWII sites. Off Funafuti atoll, the capital, the Funafuti
Conservation Area offers calm waters for diving and snorkeling among sea turtles and
tropical fish. The marine area includes several uninhabited islets sheltering sea birds.
Capital: Funafuti
Population: 9,876 (2013) World Bank
Continent: Oceania
Prime minister: Enele Sopoaga
Queen: Elizabeth II
Official languages: English, Tuvaluan
Currencies: Australian dollar, Tuvaluan dollar

The research of the author drew blanks as no figure of government employees


was obtained. The author guarantees that he would be highly philanthropic in
this excellent country.

3.174 Uzbekistan

Country in Asia
Uzbekistan is a Central Asian nation and former Soviet republic. It's known for its mosques,
mausoleums and other sites linked to the Silk Road, the ancient trade route between China
and the Mediterranean. Samarkand, a major city on the route, contains a landmark of Islamic
architecture: the Registan, a plaza bordered by 3 ornate, mosaic-covered religious schools
dating to the 15th and 17th centuries.
Capital: Tashkent
Dialing code: +998
Currency: Uzbekistani som
Population: 30.24 million (2013) World Bank
Prime minister: Shavkat Mirziyoyev

The study of the author did not yield adequate results as no figure of
government employees was achieved. The author pledges that he would be
highly charitable in this admirable country.

3.175 Vanuatu

Country in Oceania
Vanuatu is a South Pacific Ocean nation made up of roughly 80 islands that stretch 1,300
kilometers. The islands offer scuba diving at coral reefs, underwater caverns and wrecks such
as the WWII-era troopship SS President Coolidge. Harborside Port Vila, the nations capital
and economic center, is on the island of Efate. The city is home to the Vanuatu National
Museum, which explores the nations Melanesian culture.
Capital: Port Vila
Currency: Vanuatu vatu
Population: 252,763 (2013) World Bank
Official languages: French, English, Bislama
Colleges and Universities: Revans University, Vanuatu College of Medicine

The investigation of the writer drew blanks as no figure of government


employees was gained. The author guarantees that he would be highly
philanthropic in this excellent country.

3. 176 Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in southern Africa known for its dramatic landscape and
diverse wildlife, much of it within parks, reserves and safari areas. On the Zambezi River,
Victoria Falls make a thundering 108m drop into narrow Batoka Gorge, where theres whitewater rafting and bungee-jumping. Downstream are Matusadona and Mana Pools national
parks, home to hippos, rhinos and birdlife.
Capital: Harare
Dialing code: +263
President: Robert Mugabe
Population: 14.15 million (2013) World Bank
Currencies: United States Dollar, Euro, Botswana pula, Pound sterling, Renminbi, Indian
rupee, South African rand
Official languages: English, Shona, Ndebele

Work to trim civil service begins | The Herald


www.herald.co.zw/work-to-trim-civil-service-begins/
Mar 25, 2015 - Bloated payroll a result of inclusive Govt: Chinamasa ... It is understood that
the Government total workforce rose from 315 000 in 2009 to 554 .... servants and all
employees in Zimbabwe go towards rentals for accommodation.
The idea will earn $554 000 per month, and the author will bequeath to the impecunious
orphans in the wonderful country.
The author might have inadvertently left other countries, and would like to apologize in
advance.
The author welcomes the addition of countries that are not listed herein, including but not
limited to the number of government employees, size of population, name of president and so
forth. There is an e mail address of the author at the beginning of this book.
The author pays homage and respect to all the government leaders in the whole World for
ensuring global peace, harmony and tranquillity.
The First World War happened from 28 July 1914 and ended on 11 November 1918. The
Second World War transpired from 1 September 1939 to 2 September 1945.
The World has now spent 73 years without the Third World War, and the author is deeply
grateful to the World Leaders for ensuring that there is no war in the modern World we
inhabit.

Chapter 4
Taxi Marshal, Driver & Cleaner Advertising

The majority of our people commute daily in public transport to and from
workplace, school, church etc.
They come into contact with taxi marshals who direct them to the correct
taxis, and they (taxi marshals) have an excellent marketing space.
They are seen by millions of passengers each and every day all over the world.
They are always at close proximity with millions of passengers all over the
world.
The adverts by the advertisers will be grasped by millions of passengers and
those passing by each and every day.
There is no one all over the world who has conceived this lucrative and
elephantine marketing invention. There is no one who is currently exploiting
this fascinating marketing venture.
The Taxi Marshalls could be supplied with T Shirts or Bibs written Taxi Queue
Marshall is brought to you by (name of advertiser) for your safe trip home.
The T Shirts and Bibs could also be supplied to Taxi Drivers and Taxi Washers to
expand the marketing terrain.
There could be phraseology that states: This safe trip is brought to you by
(name of the advertiser). This Taxi is kept clean by (name of the advertiser)
for your cleanliness.
However, this innovative marketing and/or branding modus operandi is
relevant all over the world, in developed and developing countries.
This will serve as a reminder to millions of passengers all over the world that
they have to support the advertiser because the advertiser is kind enough to
think about their safe trip as well as cleanliness.

4.1 Are the business ideas feasible?


They are highly feasible because they will serve the needs of the taxi
passengers every day.

The taxi passengers need a direction to correct taxi to work and back
home.
Then the pragmatic solution is the Taxi Queue Marshall who will direct
taxi passengers to the correct taxi to school, home or work.
The passengers converse with Taxi Queue Marshalls on daily basis, and
they will see what is written on the bib or T Shirt worn by the Taxi Queue
Marshall.
A feasibility analysis is an important step in business start-up and
development.
As an entrepreneur, the author can greatly increase his chances of success by
analyzing his business concepts, his market place, his industry and competition,
and his financial and organizational structures.
Whether the author plan to expand an existing business, acquire an existing
business, or start a new business, a feasibility analysis will evaluate his
preliminary business ideas to see if they are worth pursuing.
The government and government companies employees salary advice
marketing is also a colossal and lucrative marketing space, because of large
number of employees swallowed by governments and government parastatals.
It would be a good day in the office of any company to realize that their
adverts would be seen by millions of workers with buying power.
These marketing modalities are worth to be pursued as they will not be
barren when it comes to advertisers.
Identified Core Competency: the author has decided to copyright the
contents of this book to protect his intellectual property. This is a
special skill, process, knowledge, expertise, or ability that is unique to
the business and done better. A core competency may be:
Valuable the ideas are large revenue generators
Rare not easily found in other businesses
Non-substitutable they cannot be replaced by any of the
authors other capabilities.
Costly to imitate it will be expensive for competitors to try to
duplicate and/or plagiarize the ideas as they will be risking
court interdicts as well as lawsuits.
It is riskier to develop a Concept Test as the business ideas were not
yet protected by copyright or any other intellectual property protection
at the time of writing this book: a process of showing a representation
or proto-type of the product or service to prospective customers with the
purpose to gauge customer interest, desirability, and purchase intent will
be done by the author.

The author will identify a preliminary target marketand


Survey at least 25-30 companies about their needs and how the
product/service provides the benefits they seek.
Logic and rationality dictates that the companies would love
these innovative corporate branding modalities.

The Author Stopped and Thought


Based on the findings, the author will move forward or back up and reevaluate
the idea(s).
Consider alternatives to make the product/service more desirable to the potential
customers.
The author conducted Market and Industry Research: He (author)
obtained information about the current market by researching trends and
analyzing the competition, if any.
The estimated size of the market for the product/service is huge
as depicted and portrayed above.
There are many countries, millions of government and
government corporations employees and millions of taxi
passengers in the globe.
The author has indicated the various countries in the world as
well as the number of government and government companies
employees where available.
The projected market share of these marketing ideas is worth
millions in South Africa and billions in the world.
The current market will be very attractive for the
product/service of the author.
There will always be millions of government and government
companies employee. There will always be a need for the
service. There will also be millions of taxi passengers in the
whole world.
The economic law dictates that there will be those who would
need the taxi industry help. These are reasonable and equitable
predictions for future trends.
The author has already conducted research that refine the
target market
The author conducted an Organizational Feasibility Analysis: the
proposed business has sufficient management expertise, organizational

competence, and resources to be successful. The capital requirements


are minimal, but profit margins are enormous.
The author evaluated Management Expertise the ability of the
entrepreneur and management team is fine, but in the event the
outside help is needed, it will be solicited.
The author will designate Responsibilities determine whether
the responsibilities are too great or too small for the
entrepreneur. Do any of the duties needed to be outsourced?
Evaluate non-financial resources is there a sufficient labor
pool (quality and quantity), availability of office space,
protection for property, patents, etc.?

Continued. . . .
The author prepared a Financial Feasibility Analysis: evaluated startup and other capital requirements, the projected rate of return is the
millions in South Africa and billions in the world, and the overall
attractiveness of the investment is titanic.
Estimated Sales on annual basis are millions in South Africa
and billions in the world- The author does not count on
promises; he is conservative; estimated sales using different
methods and compared figures (both in units and dollars).
The author estimated Costs Identified both fixed costs and
variable costs.
Estimated Break-even Point and Profitability

He Stopped and Thought

After completing the Financial Feasibility Analysis, the author thought


about his personal income and financial needs.
The incoming finances will be able to provide for the needs of the author and
his family. A healthy and huge surplus will remain.
The new and lucrative venture will be able to provide the author with profit in
the first year?
Even the best business ideas often require several years to take off and reach a
desired profit.

It may be best for you to allow time to work while starting your business or put
off the start-up until sufficient resources are on hand to give you a regular
source of income.
The author identified the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and
Threats (SWOT Analysis) of the ideas.
The strengths of the business ideas are that they are
copyrighted, huge and rewarding.
The weaknesses of the government and government employees
salary advice marketing is that the author has to have service
level agreements with governments in order to formalize
business relations. The taxi queue marshals, taxi driver and taxi
washers advertising would also need capital and service level
agreements with the taxi industry..
There are no competitors at the moment and it would be a
disservice to dwell on their strengths and weaknesses.
There are no competitors, and if they are inadvertently there,
they are dwarfed by the intellectual property owned in respect
of the ideas. Court interdicts and litigation are scary. They eat
against the bottom-line.

Whats next?
The business and/or business idea
Has a core competency
Passes the concept test
Would be a timely and attractive entry into the market
Has a competitive advantage over competitors
Is organizationally cohesive
And is financially viable. . . .and the author will move forward
with the ideas..
In conclusion, the uuniversal government employees have boundless buying
power, and that is what is imperative to the advertiser. I reckon that is what
other inventors did. The two concepts (needs and solutions) are interrelated.
We need to avert to sit on our laurels appertaining to brain usage and
employment.
We need to engage our minds into gear in the event utterances, actions and
omissions are made.

All the things and non-things mentioned supra are carriers of messages and it
would be counterproductive to leave them without the applicable checks and
balances. They cant be left unattended.
The rationale behind the coining and crafting of this book is to serve as an eyeopener that encourages people to utilise their God-given biological property in
the shape and size of brain.

Chapter 5
South Africa suffers under new form of Apartheid (Economic Apartheid)

It is highly clear that our treasured country is still gripped by a new form of
Apartheid (Economic Apartheid).
It is incumbent upon all African people in South Africa to create their own
inventions so that they can circumvent the devastating effects of this form of
Apartheid.
All African people from all facets should write and invent in order to earning a
living as well as transform lives.
I call upon and encourage prison inmates not to hollow in grief, torment and
anguish.
They (prisoners) should write and invent while they are still in prison so that
they can be thoroughly rehabilitated. It would be beautiful to create economic
and literary wealth while inside prison. I reckon it will help when a prison
inmate applies for parole.
The prison inmate will also happily re-join the society as a wealthy inventor
and/or writer. There will be no arrears in life. However, one way or the other
the prison inmate will keep pace with those who are outside. At times the
prison inmate will overtake the outside idle sluggards.
It is also incumbent upon students from primary, secondary and tertiary
institutions to abate damage to academic as well as other public infrastructure.
They (students) should dwell upon writing and inventing instead of inviting
criminal charges as well as previous convictions.

In the World that we live in the employers are hiring employees that do not
have previous convictions.
It is therefore paramount that they should not render themselves
unemployable and useless.
You will live a life of a blacklisted person, and it is not a bed of roses. The
employers are vetting potential employees to avert negligent recruitment
practices.
It is therefore essential for students to desist from ruining and tarnishing their
future by crippling the much-needed infrastructure.
They should rather embrace and adopt the passive resistance as championed
by revered Mahatma Gandhi as well as captivating Dr Martin Luther King
Junior.
It is vital to consider oneself a failure and/or disaster in the event you fail,
neglect and/or refuse to write or invent.
The World cannot afford to spoon-feed us. It is imperative to leave written
material and/or invention (s), successful or not. It is noble and worthy to try
rather than idle.
However, men and women should prolong their sojourn in writing and/or
invention rooms than thirst quenching parlours.
The complacency of realising where to acquire a plate of delicacies brews
inaction.
We have to shed complacency and spring into action so that we may have
retirement filled with peace, harmony and affluence.
We have to counteract being a thorn in a flesh for our children and
grandchildren.
It is unintelligible to develop unnecessary rift between ourselves and family
due to our inactivity during our primetime. It is a miscarriage of justice to move
the goalposts.
It is also vital that our parents, especially mothers to accord their children true
and genuine identity.
It is cursing your child in the event a mother conceals the proper last name of

the child.
Where will the fortune and goodwill emanate in case an African child doesnt
have a correct surname.
It is inescapable upon parents, especially mothers to dispense the appropriate
surname to the child.
I humbly request parents to bury the hatchet and do justice to their beloved
children.
In case you perversely contend that an African child should embrace an
erroneous family name, you are not meting out castigation to the father.
The punitive missile is misdirected and misapplied as it targets the poor child.
However, it is sad that our African brothers and sisters are underestimating the
supremacy of the surname.
We have to do justice to our children by laying down an appropriate platform
so that in case they fail, they cannot put the blame at the parental doorstep.
A person does not need millions in order to write and/or invent. However, the
innovative companies like ITunes have made it possible to sell published
material, films, albums, single tracks in more than 180 digital stores Worldwide. You dont have to be sent from pillar to post in order to do the aforesaid
professional services.
This commercial modus operandi has curtailed the space for crony capitalism,
corruption and bureaucratic standards.
It is essential to make writing and invention as our hobbies rather than drugs,
crime and grubby deeds.
It is paramount that taxi drivers should write and invent while they wait to load
up at the taxi terminus.
They can utilise their wages as a base salary while moonlighting by writing
and/or inventing.
It is indispensible to worry in the event a minute lapses without doing anything
productively. Procrastination is a thief of time. It is crucial to use time
productively, effectively and profitably.
The author believes that writing and/or invention will avert social ills like bad-

mouthing and denigrating others.


It is vital to have action plans to guide and direct our path. We should not
conduct ourselves like headless chicken.

The Economic Apartheid instigated by obdurate and narrow-minded White


minority in South Africa is a ticking bomb for anarchy.
The unpretentious and genuine economic emancipation of African people in
South Africa is non-negotiable.
We give credit to all the political martyrs who laid down their precious lives for the unpretentious and
multifaceted emancipation of all the people in South Africa and globally.
Comrades Solomon Mahlangu, Chris Hani and Steve Biko did not sacrifice their valuable lives for what
is transpiring at our cherished South Africa.
However, they fought for authentic economic, political and social freedom for all South Africans
irrespective of colour, creed and ethnicity.
In fairness, all these freedoms and liberties are interrelated to each other like Siemens twins or
triplets.
In the South Africa that we live in the Black men and women are still subjected to malnutrition,
economic inequality and bottlenecks.
The imperialists who colonized the land of our forefathers are living lavishly, affluently and
abundantly.
Ironically, they own banks and industries that were supposed to be owned by poor Africans from
South Africa.
They are in the forefront of our own economy, and we are compelled to occupy the backseat of our
own economy.
Our country is practicing mixed economy, and it is plausible for banks to either behave by financing
Black businesses or else a new Bank Act that would put Banks in state ownership should be legislated.
It is pivotal that all people, churches, universities, schools, crches, unions, and community
organizations should join a march themed #Abolish Economic Apartheid in South Africa.
Its vital to be remembered as a homo sapien who played a role in the economic transformation of all
the people, instead of being an idle sluggard.

The world must know that in South Africa the White minority is still exposed to higher economic
privileges while majority Blacks are reduced to doormats by SA businesses and government. It takes
to be White in South Africa to acquire lucrative mining and corporate tenders.
This vice versa economic syndrome needs to be reconfigured by mining and corporate institutions
mero moto; otherwise the Black populace will be instigated to take to the streets.
It is vital to beseech our law enforcement agencies to conduct themselves within the parameters and
confines of the law as well as the constitution of the country in areas of mass protestations.
It is equally critical to encourage our people to protest while honouring the rights of others and their
property.
There would be marches to demonstrate against White Economic Supremacy
that could brew calls for socialization of both mining and corporate institutions,
because they have failed, neglected and/or refused to redress the economic
imbalances of our adored nation.
However, prior to mining in South Africa the mining companies apply for mining exploration and
digging rights.
They lodge Social Labour Plans (SLP) with the Department of Mineral and Energy Affairs in South
Africa.
This is an undertaking between the mining companies and government that the former will uplift the
communities through the list of projects depicted in SLP.
The crooked mining companies have reneged from their own part of bargaining and Black
communities are living under squalor conditions.
Our people need to march against the Chamber of Mines and present a memorandum imploring the
mining companies to implement their SLP or face revocation of their mining exploration and digging
rights.
This is daylight robbery by the filthy, sordid and grubby captains of the industry. A stop needs to be
created by the masses.
I call upon all Black South Africans to call upon the ancestors to mete out punishment against the
enemies of economic transformation.
It is vital that the forefathers should intervene in this Economic Apartheid waged against our own
people.

African people have their own way of communicating with ancestors, and we
need to tell them about our plight and who perpetrates it. The author
apologizes to those who feel offended by his statements pursuant to their
belief, but we cannot suppress the truth.
I respect, venerate and honour our diverse believes, cultures and identities. We
do not have the right and entitlement to vilify other peoples beliefs, cultures
and languages. We have to agree to disagree.
We have diverse believes, and I reckon those who believe in God should pray and request the Almighty
to judge and mete out sentence against those who provide unsavory oxygen to Economic Apartheid.
However, those who believe in Allah should also follow suit.
The Economic Apartheid Practitioners are cursing themselves, their children and generations.
They are enriching themselves in curses rather than true economic wealth. Izinyembezi zethu
angeke ziwele phansi, it means our tears will not fall in vain. Each drop has a
punishment for the sins of Economic Apartheid.

In Zulu they say akukho qili elazikhotha emhlane, literally it means there is no
thug that can lick his own back. It means each indiscretion and indecision has
its own punishment.
The Black people of South Africa as well as sympathetic Whites should no
longer permit this Economic Apartheid to divide our nation.
All concerned South Africans and internationalists need to pen down their
dissatisfaction with guilty banks as well as companies by leaving their
unequivocal messages at the reception area of banks and companies.
They need to bombard guilty banks and companies with everyday telephone calls to express
dissatisfaction with Economic Malpractices.
There would be marches to demonstrate against minority White Economic
Supremacy in South Africa.
The author has endeavoured to undo and unbutton the catastrophic effects of
this Economic Apartheid by writing his own book.
I did this after realizing that all the doors of economic opportunities for African
people are closed.

The only few African people who are prosperous in South Africa are those that
are connected with governmental top brass. They are the minority passengers
of the gravy train.
However, the masses of African people in South Africa are still poor, destitute
and impoverished.
We are sent from pillar to post by government appertaining to state
opportunities. The tenders are advertised on print media as a mere academic
exercise.
The owners of those advertised tenders are the top brass of the ANC-led
government.
They allot those tenders to close friends and relatives of the senior ANC
leaders, and this is not what the ANC political martyrs died for.
What is happening in South Africa is a far cry from what comrades Chris Hani,
Solomon Mahlangu, Walter Sisulu, Oliver Tambo and Joe Slovo stood for. What
we see in current South African political formations are power mongers,
financial hyenas and red tape practitioners.
The author gives credit to those who are in politics in South Africa not for
narrow interests and self-enrichment.
A man that I know registered a company, and I helped him with all the paper
work, including but not limited to company profile, database registration,
filling of tender documents.
I also helped him to register on the database of the South African Police
Services (SAPS).
The SAPS database registration process is fraught with irregularities and
maladministration.
There are heaps of database registration applications by poor African people,
and they are deliberately ignored and neglected.
I reckon those government officials who neglect their duties should be charged
with dereliction of duties, gross negligence and bringing the SAPS into
disrepute.
However, those senior government officials who fail, neglect and/or refuse to

invoke the South African labour laws against guilty employees, they should
themselves be charged with the aforesaid charges.
The poor Africans in South Africa wait for months before their companies could
be registered on the database of government departments.
However, those government officials who are not humbling themselves to the
tenets of their public service delivery mandate will be humbled by their
unorthodox, unbecoming and untoward practices.
They will cry that there are people who are bewitching them while they
bewitch themselves by their own malpractices and maladministration.
However, their deeds are tantamount and analogous to calling problems that
are passing by to come to them.
The South African government introduced a new online central registration
process known as Central Supplier Database (CSD).
Nonetheless, most Africans are struggling to register online because of a
plethora of reasons like lack of access to internet, lack of internet knowledge
and lack of computer skills.
The National and Provincial Treasury Offices geared to help with the
registration process are not found in rural and semi-rural areas.
The poor people have to travel long distances to complete the registration
process in Pretoria and other centres.
At times after travelling long distances, they are turned back because the
system is off line.
However, after helping that man with the registration process at the South
African Police Services, we then approached the SAPS in Klipfontein,
Emalahleni, Mpumalanga Province, South Africa for work.
We were sent from pillar to post by Mr Nxumalo, Mrs De Jager and other
colleagues of theirs within the Supply Chain Division.
They malevolently sent us back and forth and we never acquired work or a
mere request for quotation from them.
We dont know maybe we did not talk their language of bribery and extortion
hence they played with us for months.

Moreover, maybe their escapades were a blessing in disguise because


government in South Africa takes months before paying the companies.
They do not care whether you have monthly expenditure like payment of
salaries, rent, telephone bills etc.
At times you ask yourself why you are a South African suffering in your own
country of birth.
The real creator of crime in South Africa is government officials because we
take all reasonable and legal steps to avoid the biological process of hunger,
but they spit in our face.
All that they know is to arrest good citizens who were transformed by them to
be economic criminals.
I reckon all the economic criminals in South Africa and the World who have
proven through history of e mails all the reasonable and legal steps they took
to evade economic crime should not be arrested.
I am not encouraging and condoning acts of criminality, but I am compelling
government and companies to meaningfully create opportunities for our poor
people so that they cannot degenerate into acts of criminality.
Our people should change their economic circumstances by all means
necessary, including but not limited to inventions, marches and revolt.
The banks in South Africa are not helping because they are grandstanding
while the majority of our people are destitute.
They (banks) are not doing anything to transform the past economic
inequalities in South Africa.
They (banks) are quick to finance the applications for car finance by Africans,
but very slow to approve applications for businesses. They insult the
intelligence of African people.
It is imperative that our people should bombard banks and government with
mountains of complaints, direct, telephonic and online.
We cannot jump into higher gear before flooding them with memorandums
and complaints.
In order for government to be able to govern the populace, it should govern

the governmental opportunities accurately, equitably and reasonably.


In case government loses the plot by empowering friends and relatives of
senior government officials there will be crime, revolts and protestations.
The masses are the key shareholders in the affairs of government because they
(populace) pay taxes.
The paid taxes are not an open sesame and carte blanche for government
officials to misappropriate the public purse.
They are meant to be an oiled vehicle to embark upon service delivery of basic
amenities like electricity, water, sanitation, construction of clinics, schools,
parks and other necessary infrastructure.
In delivering the aforesaid basic amenities of service delivery, contractors
would be needed.
This is where unscrupulous government officials illicitly empower their close
friends and relatives to the chagrin of the poor masses.
There should be equal opportunity for all the citizens of the country, because
they pay taxes that lubricate the wheels of service delivery.

However, Section 22 of the Constitution of South Africa


dwells on the following: Freedom of trade, occupation and
profession
Every citizen has the right to choose their trade, occupation or profession freely. The practice
of a trade, occupation or profession may be regulated by law.

This upright and noble clause of the Bill of Rights is stifled by lack of
opportunities to the poor masses. The opportunities are dangled like a carrot
to the impoverished masses.
In the event the senior government officials conduct unorthodox, unbecoming
and untoward practices that would be tantamount to pouring debris into the
wheels of service delivery.
It is obvious and palpable that the vehicles of public service delivery will come
to an abrupt halt.
It is imperative to know that there is an oral partnership agreement between

government and the masses.


The people do their part by paying taxes while government is rendering service
delivery with blemishes like corruption, crony capitalism and nepotism.
This cannot be tolerated and condoned in an open, democratic and
transparent society.
It is crucial for international investors to enter into commercial intercourse
with South African companies that truly comply with Broad Based Black
Economic Empowerment (BBBEE). The BBBEE is architected and engineered to
solve the economic imbalances created by the Machiavellian Apartheid.
There are those companies that defeat the aims and objectives of BBBEE with
malicious apparatus like fronting.
I reckon those malevolent companies should be named and shamed so that
there will be no commercial activity with the guilty companies.
On the flip side of the coin there are those governments, government officials,
state corporations, companies as well as company executives who are
sympathetic to the cause of empowering the weak, and they need to be
applauded.
They work tirelessly, effectively and professionally to make a huge difference
in the communities that we live in.
It is in order to salute and honour the aforementioned people (natural and
juristic) who adhere to the rule of law, corporate governance and communal
development.
In Zulu they say: Sibusisiwe isandla esinikelayo kunaleso esamukelako. It
means the hand that gives is blessed than the one that receives.
The natural and juristic persons that donate to the poor and also sympathetic
to the cause of levelling the economic field will acquire blessings than those
who are stumbling blocks to the upright cause.
The slain Argentine medical doctor, military guerrilla, author, diplomat and
socialist Ernesto Che Guevara silenced those who were opposed to the noble
cause of empowering the masses. .

Indian civil rights leader Mahatma Gandhi employed passive resistance to


advance the human cause.
These are two contrasting routes with almost the same destination, and I
would leave it to the masses as well as their circumstances to decide which
course is opportune.
There should be awards and monetary benefits for the aforesaid noble and
compassionate natural as well as juristic persons.
It is trite that when a wrong has been committed people are quick to vilify, but
in the event good things are done nothing is articulated.
It is the aim and objective of the author that the mind-sets of the general
populace must depart from that malicious mentality. However, it is central that
our mind-sets must be rational, equitable and balanced at all times. The author
or any living person cannot usurp the prerogative of the Almighty of being a
judicious, equitable and reasonable judge.
As a matter of brevity the book is coined and crafted to rid our populace of
intellectual impoverishment. Hence the author accorded the book the title of
The Poverty of Ingenuity.

Authors Praise/Clan Names


Sibanyoni - Mathetha, Malambule, Jiyane, Khozakhulu, mhlumayi wama
bhengu, nyoni engaphuzi esizibeni esincane ngoba ibuya no daka abanye bathi
iyekeleni iyenza ngo kwenza kwayo.

"Copyright Zenani France Sibanyoni 2016"


All the contents of this Book, including but not limited to intellectual property,
business and marketing ideas contained herein are protected by copyright.
Theres no natural and/or juristic person permitted to use all the contents of
this book, including but not limited to intellectual property, business and
marketing ideas contained herein without the written permission of the
author