Cyril Ramaphosa bou voort om sy ryk op die Afrika kontinent te fokus. Hy sal bou aan ‘n eie geldeenheid vir die kontinent asook ander handelsbetrekking is ooreengekom. Jare gelede toe Gaddafi nog gebou het aan sy eie ryk in Afrika, word hy vermoor. Daar was baie berigte voor en na sy dood oor hierdie Afrika eenheid – hy het ook ‘n rol gespeel in die Afrika unie. Dit gaan egter nou oor die ANC en oor Ramaphosa se rol.
Vir sommige in Afrika loop Gaddafi se naam al vir etlike dekades. Vir sommige is en was hy ‘n hero, maar vir ander nie. Baie beskou hom vanuit ‘n distansie en plaas hom op sy eie verhogie saam met Kwame Nkrumah van Ghana en Patrice Lumumba van die Kongo. Vermoor? Libië is ‘n ryk land en baie het geskenke ontvang van die regering af, gratis skool en besighede was aan die orde van die dag. Eenvoudig om hulle dit kan bekostig. Nie alle lande het wat Libië het nie en baie lande wil weer alles hê wat Libië het.
In Gaddafi se groen boek word daar gepraat van die eenheid wat aan GOUD Dinar gekoppel is. En dan wonder baie van ons mense op alle kontinente wat het van al die goud in al die opgaarplekke geword? Hoekom spog Brittanje met soveel goud as hulle nie goudmyne het nie?
Lees die brokkies oor “goud” – daar is nog meer as net ‘n nuwe geld eenheid op die Afrika horison ….
The letters say that the Libyan investigators have “uncovered large funds and assets in South Africa and neighbouring states”. Correspondence with government, bank and ANC officials, minutes of meetings and a lawyer’s letter reveal that the Libyan investigators’ hunt in South Africa began in November 2012. According to the documents, one bank account, which the investigators claim was traced through cheque stubs found in Libya, is registered in the name of Gaddafi’s uncle, Abdulhafid Ahmed el-Gaddafi, a former Libyan army general. They are convinced that part of the loot in South Africa is held by Gaddafi’s former chief of staff, Bashir Saleh, known as “Gaddafi’s banker”. Saleh, who also goes by the name of Bashir al Shrkawi, is on Interpol’s wanted list. Despite this, he was reportedly seen hobnobbing with ANC notables at the party’s centenary dinner in Mangaung in January 2012 and at the Brics summit in Durban in March this year.
Before the fall of Tripoli and his untimely demise, Gaddafi was trying to introduce a single African currency linked to gold. Following in the foot steps of the late great pioneer Marcus Garvey who first coined the term ”United States of Africa”. Gaddafi wanted to introduce and only trade in the African gold Dinar – a move which would have thrown the world economy into chaos. The Dinar was widely opposed by the ‘elite’ of today’s society and who could blame them. African nations would have finally had the power to bring itself out of debt and poverty and only trade in this precious commodity. They would have been able to finally say ‘no’ to external exploitation and charge whatever they felt suitable for precious resources. It has been said that the gold Dinar was the real reason for the NATO led rebellion, in a bid to oust the outspoken leader.
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Tydens ‘n Afrika beraad waaraan 53 Afrika staatshoofde deelgeneem het, het die nuus gebreek van ‘n eie geldeenheidstelsel vir Afrika. Dit was ook Gaddafi se droom voor sy dood en ook hy het die ANC hulp verleen met hul liberale radikale terreur in die land. Dus is dit net ou nuus wat weer bietjie goue politoer bygekry het om die middel.
“We must rid ourselves of this colonial mentality that demands we rely on other people’s currency. Perhaps the day, the hour and the moment could have arrived for us to create a single African currency. Our focus should not be on our individual countries but the continent as a whole to unlock great opportunities and capabilities.”
At least 53 African Heads of States have gathered in Kigali for the 10th Extraordinary Summit of the AU to consider the legal instruments of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCTA) and also launch the agreement officially to establish the treaty.
AfCTA is aimed at deepening African economic integration, promoting agricultural development, food security, industrialisation and structural economic transformation through single-air continental transport market with free movement of persons, capital, goods and services.
AU chairperson and Rwanda President, Paul Kagame gave a strong indication yet that member states will sign the treaty to create the continental free trade area even if the continent’s most-populated country, Nigeria, withdraws from the meeting.
Ramaphosa said that the AfCFTA signals a new beginning for Africa and an opportunity to unleash African people’s entrepreneurial nature, adding that the treaty would create a level playing field for African countries to participate in meaningful trade.
He also touched on the nagging issue of visa barriers for travellers between South Africa and Rwanda, saying that African leaders were creating pathways for their countries which had been impeded by artificial borders to flourish.
“Earlier today, I met with His Excellency President Kagame. We have agreed that we will put the relationship between our two countries on a much better footing. Amongst the issues we discussed, was that we must resolve the challenge of issuing of visa to people of Rwanda wanting to visit South Africa,” Ramaphosa said.
“Our Ministers of International Relations and Cooperation have been tasked to work on this immediately and we thus consider this matter of visas as solved.”
Ramaphosa en sy geldeenheid vir AU
After Mr Mandela became South Africa’s first black president in 1994, he rejected pressure from Western leaders – including then-US President Bill Clinton – to sever ties with Col Gaddafi, who bankrolled his election campaign.
Col Gaddafi played a prominent role in the formation of the African Union (AU) – a body in which he wielded enormous influence because he was one of its major financiers.
At an AU summit in 2008, he got many African traditional leaders to declare him the continent’s “king of kings”.
Col Gaddafi pushed for a United States of Africa to rival the US and the European Union (EU).
“We want an African military to defend Africa. We want a single currency. We want one African passport,” he said.
Gaddafi en sy bank AU