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expat1609
13-11-2005, 05:28 AM
has anyone heard the news, i believe 10 pm on traxx fm:
malaysia will train government officers in south africa.....blablabla....to make them efficient workers.

looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooool
wuahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah ahahahahahaha
just checked with my wife immediately, she also confirmed, not april 1st

fedup
13-11-2005, 09:03 AM
:eek: :D :p :cool: :rolleyes: :confused: :p :p :p

tempuadua
13-11-2005, 10:41 AM
has anyone heard the news, i believe 10 pm on traxx fm:
malaysia will train government officers in south africa.....blablabla....to make them efficient workers.

looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooool
wuahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah ahahahahahaha
just checked with my wife immediately, she also confirmed, not april 1st

No matter what is our perception of our own government, most countries in Africa actually look up to Malaysia as the example of good government in a developing country. I am not saying that we are good, it is just that "in the kingdom of the blinds, one-eyed Jack is the king".

expat1609
13-11-2005, 01:34 PM
if they r worse, they must be dead ;)

Ski
13-11-2005, 03:17 PM
Is this news in the press. I cant find it :confused: I heard about this some years ago.!

cskok8
13-11-2005, 04:36 PM
We are definitely better than Rwanda, Burundi, Eriteria & Ethophia (except in long-distance running). :D

The other joke of the day is that "WE" are looking at billions of dollars of infra-structure projects in SYRIA. Maybe they can get Bank Islam to finance these after it has been resuscitated.

Dr. J George
13-11-2005, 08:40 PM
Shocking is it not but that is the Malaysian reality - and some think this is great news! :rolleyes:

As someone stated earlier - "in the kingdom of the blind, one-eyed Jack is the king" - and that is a fact ala malaysia boleh! :D

wAISEKMAo
13-11-2005, 10:11 PM
what need to change in malaysia goverment is a dedicated minister/support staff for the prime minister (but first of all, the prime minister have had to change lar..no joke). these teams got to swear to change the systems we got in malaysia.

orchipalar
13-11-2005, 10:13 PM
most countries in Africa actually look up to Malaysia as the example of good government in a developing country.

Err...yes...would agree with that in the case before the Africans...Arabs...or the Pakistanis...or even the Indians....visit Malaysia...

But once they've been here...their earlier perceptions about our government...would change forever...:o

chewps
13-11-2005, 11:13 PM
As someone stated earlier - "in the kingdom of the blind, one-eyed Jack is the king" - and that is a fact ala malaysia boleh! :D

in the kingdom of the blind, one who claim has sight is the king... :D

kwchang
14-11-2005, 12:14 AM
Let me get this straight - do you mean that Malaysia will provide training for Govt officers from S.Africa?

If that is the case, it is not surprising because the Diplomatic Service training center for the Administrative and Diplomatic services in PJ (INTAN) is apparently very good and has very good facilities and very good trainers. Despite what the general public's opinion of the usual government servant in Malaysia, I would say that it need not reflect on the quality of training facilities that we have. ;)

chewps
14-11-2005, 12:33 AM
oic.

this make me think if our g'ment officers are not easy to train.
or they are alright, its just we have too high expectation.
or the training facility were not utilised fully and properly that the training were not complete.

its not unusual the officer (generally) take the training lightly, just to comply the procedure to promote (or something).

it would be shameful then if the s african would turn out world class public service, then we have a lot to think.

jack10dd
14-11-2005, 09:30 AM
Some teaching hospitals are training the nurses and doctors and specialist from S. Africa in Malaysia. So why not this is possible.



Hujan emas negeri orang .........

Voter
14-11-2005, 10:05 AM
At least we are better than Ghana which together with Malaysia gained independence in 1957. So we train the South Africans civil servants to attain the standard of Ghana!

mallanhead
14-11-2005, 01:33 PM
Maybe bcoz we are a good trainer and not a good trainee.

JackRyan1975
14-11-2005, 01:42 PM
The other joke of the day is that "WE" are looking at billions of dollars of infra-structure projects in SYRIA. Maybe they can get Bank Islam to finance these after it has been resuscitated.

The govt's policy is to cosy up to the poor countries so we can be their role model, and suck up to countries which are censured by the USA. For goodness sake, there may be repercussions from the US upon Syria for blasting a former Lebanese PM to smithereens...and Semi Value wants to invest there, at this time. What a load of crap.

GreenBug
14-11-2005, 01:51 PM
I was in Labuan island last Thursday for an Air Asia back to USJ for the weekend. Went to the NRD office to update my new Penang address as I already have my myKad. Took a number from the Queue Meter, 1045, if I recall. As I was about to sit down, my number was called.

The girl at the counter told me I need to fill up a form and pay RM10. She did the form for me since I didn't do it, and within a few minutes, including taking my photo digitally, walla! "Encik bolih collect your card di Penang NRD Jalan Anson after 30 days.....bolih talipon nombor ni atau check online kat website kita untuk pasti kad dah siap, ya?"

With the receipt with my new Penang address on it, I went to JPJ Labuan office to renew my driving licence for 3 yrs. Walla, in less than 5 minutes it was done. New driving licence and new photo.....

I then went to EPF and showed them my new myKad address, walla, they updated my residential address online and gave me a receipt too indicating it has been done.

Went to Income Tax next, walla! They updated my new address online too and even thank me for informing them.....

I am still reeling from disbelief that I could do all the above in less than 3 hours and still can go for a good banana leaf lunch at LA Banana Leaf Cafe at Jetty Point before catching my Air Asia flight..... which was DELAYED BY 2 HOURS (Hello Tony Fernandez!)

I must admit I am not a fan of the Malaysian Civil Service per se but somehow that morning I felt good and realised that there might still be hope.... yes, lets all help improve the system together....

gtl
14-11-2005, 02:14 PM
do agree that they have improved, but the weakness they are still facing is that there is no interface between ministries. it wud be great if all info updated can be decimated to other dept electronically. it wud saved us malaysian a lot of time and effort.
by then i wud agree that they have come of age.........

JackRyan1975
14-11-2005, 02:21 PM
Erm...looking at all the foul ups in the NRD regarding religion in MyKad, I won't be surprised if our local trainer teaches its African counterparts to register all Africans as 'Others'. :D

Bullet50
23-11-2005, 08:08 PM
I have lived in UK and USA for about 9 years from the age of 17 till 35 in two periods of 7 and 2 years. I mixed with the local students as well as the foreign students. Yes we are quite a model for many developing countries. We have good systems in government services...but it does not mean it is actually practised 100% as per the book of procedures.

Year in and year out the Auditor General's office bring out these discrepancies, but before anything could be changed in comes a new DG. He says forget the past start anew. So they forget the past and start anew!

That is part of the problem we have. It is a vicious cycle needing to be broken. Let's pray Pak Lah has the strength to break it.

By the way, even the English had their so called Bumiputra agenda, but theirs was the Protestants vs. the Catholics, etc. That's where lessons have to be learnt.

isarahim
23-11-2005, 08:17 PM
If that is the case, it is not surprising because the Diplomatic Service training center for the Administrative and Diplomatic services in PJ (INTAN) is apparently very good and has very good facilities and very good trainers.

Yes, I hear the same thing. One of the very few bright spots left.