Through The Grapevine

Through The Grapevine As the African National Congress prepares to start its policy discussions this weekend, one of which is a discussion under economic transformation regarding land reform and its intention to return land to the people and provide them with the necessary support, this…

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“Political” Cuban engineers communist imperialism – CDP

“Minister Nomvula Mokomyane’s statement that 34 Cuban engineers have been brought into the country to try and salvage our failing water reticulation systems and that they were chosen because of their political awareness, shows that the ANC is still firmly caught in the trap of…

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VF Plus-reaksie op pres. Zuma se 2015-staatsrede

Pres. Zuma het die geleentheid gemis om deur die staatsrede hoop en sekerheid te bring vir die toekoms. Die staatsrede was oninspirerend en ‘n herhaling van die ou bekende sake sonder enige nuwe inisiatiewe. Wat die buitelandse beleggers betref stuur die president botsende boodskappe en…

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Focus SONA on national reconciliation – CDP

“It will be interesting to see how many times President Zuma blames Apartheid in his ‘State of the Nation’ address, for the woeful state of the nation, which has become the legacy of ANC rule,” says Rev. Theunis Botha, leader of the Christian Democratic Party…

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EFF radicalism sets bad example-CDP

EFF radicalism sets bad example-CDP “Statements such as ‘we will die for Malema’ reflects the kind of radicalism the country can well do without,” says Rev. Theunis Botha, leader of the Christian Democratic Party (CDP). Botha referred to statements from some of those holding a…

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Scotland votes “No” to independence

Edinburgh - The "No" campaign won the Scottish referendum on Friday to keep the territory within the United Kingdom. Chief Counting Officers Mary Pitcaithly and Sue Bruce for the city of Edinburgh announced that 55.42 percent of the Scots voted against independence while 44.58 percent…

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Scotland says no to independence

With the announced result at Fife, where 114 148 voted Yes and 139 788 No, the majority of the votes are in.  More than 50% of the voters has voted NO to becoming independent from Britain.  Early estimates of the exact percentage of no votes vary from…

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IFP: ANC USING STATE MONEY FOR ELECTION CAMPAIGN?

The IFP in the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature has questioned the very opportunistic “service delivery” that takes place in wards that will soon have by-elections and it is challenging the KZN Premier, Senzo Mchunu to name those departments that have been assigned to these wards, especially in…

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SA condemns military take-over in Lesotho

Pretoria - The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) has warned the military in Lesotho that South Africa, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the African Union (AU) will not tolerate the unconstitutional take-over of the neighbouring mountain kingdom. On Saturday, the Lesotho…

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Ehrenreich en Cosatu soos tandelose keffertjies wat al hoe meer irrelevant raak in ’n moderne wêreld

Tony Ehrenreich en Cosatu is soos tandelose keffertjies wat ‘n leë geraas maak terwyl hulle al hoe meer irrelevant en uitgediend raak in ‘n moderne wêreld met moderne uitdagings, sê adv. Anton Alberts, die VF Plus se parlementêre woordvoerder oor sport. Hy sê Ehrenreich en…

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