Dubbel standaarde / Double standards

Dubbel standaarde – swart bemagtiging en die vlae.   DA hardloop op hul ANC blou bene rond.    Hier gaan dit nie spesfiek oor die DA vlag wat hier rondgeswaai word nie maar oor swart bemagtiging en dubbel standaarde van die vlae.  Dis ‘n feit dat daar slegs rassisties opgetree word teen Blankes as hul durf waag om die ou vlag te toon en vervolgings van rassisme summier ingestel as die ou vlag getoon word.  DA en al die ander het hul eie domein en vlae, hoekom swaai hulle dan nie almal die RSA vlaggie rond nie?  Tot die ANC swaai hulle eie vlae rond.   Swart druiwe word nie skielik wit druiwe nie en rooi bessies word nie blou bessies nie.   Swart bemagtiging bly rassisme, maak nie saak hoe goed daar afgestof word nie.

Picture: SIMPHIWE NKWALI


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DA – B-BBEE – land reform – grants

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Wat het van Lindiwe geword?   2013

No No Ms Zille – Black advancement do not benefits all – you take away the whites businesses away from them, you are a racist and discriminate against all the whites and white companies.  Who is in charge of the country, not the DA, the ANC and EFF – Discussions took place in 2003/4 (Hansard) – YOU all confirmed it, it does not work at all – time that those who benefit with B-BBEE must share their farms, businesses and shares with the rest of Africa. 

November 25 – Following the weekend’s policy conference in Cape Town, the Democratic Alliance says it will not support racial quotas. But it supports Employment Equity and triple BEE. The party has clarified its position on the matter, after making a U-turn on new employment equity legislation it had previously supported

 

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Dit is menseregteskending, intimidasie en rassisme.   Swart bemagtiging is identies dieselfde, dit maak sekere elite net ryker by die dag en het nog nooit die armes bevoordeel nie.  Daar was derduisende werkslgeleenthede voor 1994 geskep wat swartes nie wou werk nie, maar eerder wou plunder en afbrand.  Die Tuislande is bewys daarvan dat dit net ‘n naamsverandering was na Trustgebiede/ grondeise.  Voor 1994 sou elkeen onafhanklikheid verkry het soos Botswana, maar nou het almal slegs kommunale regte en ons betaal nou nog meer daarvoor.   Daar is oor die 8000 tradisionele leiers.    En die versindsel dat slegs ons blankes die meerderheid grond besit, is snert.

Dus, wat die DA leiertjie, Maimane voorstel, is dat die B-BBEE eenvoudig afgestof moet word.   Daar is nou in 25 jaar meer as genoeg en baie ryk swart multi-miljoenêrs  ontwikkel.    Nou, verseker nog 25-30 jaar, is dit die ander swart miljoene se beurt, wat ook die uit Afrika wat hier kom plak het na 1994, insluit, se beurt om die “tieties” van swart bemagtigings nog papper te maak as wat dit is.   Sien die video – dis wat Zille ook genoem het in 2013.

Verkiesingsfoefies – dit gaan oor swart bemagtiging maar ook onteiening.

Daar kan nou gesien word desperaat is die DA om “blanke” stemme te werf dat dinge gaan verander en DA gaan die wetgewings bietjie aanpas.   Lees wat die DA leier te sê het en gaan lees die beleid hoe rassisties die DA is teenoor elke blanke in die land.  En dan glo witmense nog hierdie spul leuens.  Wetgewing word slegs op nasionale regeringvlak geskryf en (2/3) goedgekeur, met die goedkeurings van meerderheid provinsiale regerings.

Daar was derduisende werksgeleenthede ook aan swartes gebied, opleiding verskaf, voor 1994.   Daaroor word nooit iets genoem oor al die grensnywerhede wat geskep was om elke Tuisland op te hef nie.   Maimane en die DA en die liberale , sowel die ANC vergeet gerieflik van al hierdie nywerheidsones wat vandag nog gebruik word.

Die Nywerheidsontwikkelingskorporasie, saam besighede het ontsettend baie besighede hier geskep op die grense waar swartes kon werk.   Sou ons teen hulle gediskrimineer het, en soos sommige beweer ons het hulle voorouers vermoor, waar kom die “nageslagte” dan vandaan as die voorouers vermoor was of nie werk gehad het nie.  Daar was selfs stemreg in die Tuislande en nie soos wat daar vandag beweer word hulle mag nie gestem het nie – hulle het.

So waar kom al hierdie miljoene der miljoene na 1994 vandaan wat nou werkloos is, as daar steeds oor die 30 miljoen in die ou Tuislandgebiede is.   Daar word selfs hier na hierdie ou etniese volke omgesien met belastinggeld, CPA’s en ander voordele.   Hier in die ou Tuislande, wat na 1994 Trustgebiede gedoop is,  is daar oor die 8000 tradisionele leiers aan wie salarisse en byvoordele betaal word.  Hoekom is daar dan so ‘n sisteem van tradisionele leiers en kommunale regte?   Wie is die ander miljoene dan?  Immigrante!!!

ONS ONDERHOU TANS TWEE POLITIEKE SISTEME IN HIERDIE LAND

Daar sal  byvoorbeeld nie voorwaardes aan hierdie ryk swart elites, soos Ramaphosa en sy familie gestel word, om nou hulle rykdomme wat uit swart bemagtiging en besighede wat op B-BBEE gefokus was,  verkry is sedert 1994, met al die armes te deel nie.   Waarom deel Ramaphosa families en Oppenheimers nie hulle rykdomme as hulle so graag wil uitdeel nie?   DUS word alle blanke besighede verder gekniehalter en gestop om verder te bestaan.   Swart bemagtig is en bly rassisties en diskriminerend.

Waarom deel die regering nie hulle eie persoonlike en staatsgrond uit en die 5000++ plase wat hulle met belasting aangekoop het nie?   Ramaphosa het verskeie plase, laat hy daarmee begin.

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Daar is net een pad vir ons:  Eie onafhanklike gebiede sonder liberale en kommuniste.

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“double standards”  (again)

The party’s stance on BBBEE was among the reasons its former policy chief, Gwen Ngwenya, quit in January.   She was “Head of Policy” in the DA.

The DA wants to simplify the current Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) scorecard if it gets elected into government.

The party on Saturday released its policy position on the legislation which has led to much controversy within the DA over the past year.

The party’s stance on BBBEE was among the reasons its former policy chief Gwen Ngwenya quit in January.

The party went into a tailspin after Ngwenya announced that the party ditched BEE, with senior leaders openly contradicting each other on the subject.

The issue was between two factions in the DA, with the pure liberals saying that race should not be a proxy for disadvantage, while the other grouping argued that it was.

The party made it clear that it rejects Black Economic Empowerment in its current form as it is being used by the ANC “to enrich only a politically connected elite and to dampen economic growth, at the cost of job creation.”

The party said in its manifesto that its approach would see the current BBBEE scorecard being “vastly simplified” with the inclusion of timeframes for initiatives to help business plan for the medium- and long-term.

It also says the DA’s approach will set requirements, as part of the scorecard, “to ensure that the beneficiaries of genuinely broad-based black economic empowerment are not just a politically connected elite, or individuals who are continually re-enriched.”

“This can be achieved through measures like means-testing for beneficiaries of equity schemes and focusing corporate investment in education in lower income schools and/or learners from low income households,” the manifesto reads.

The DA says the new simplified scorecard would channel the efforts of the private sector into investment in the bottom-up approach by focusing broadly on:

  • Awarding significant weight to Employee Share Ownership Schemes (ESOS), so that employees as a group become substantial stakeholders in the business.
  • Recognising all spending on growing the education, skills and expertise
  • Rewarding companies for growing their workforce.
  • Reward companies for their development of new black entrepreneurs, whether achieved through direct mentoring of sub-contractors or suppliers, or through donations to organisations whose core competency it is to identify, incubate, finance and nurture black entrepreneurship.

The DA manifesto calls for the overhaul of the BEE system, which must keep its focus on desired outcomes, be based on positive incentives, and must add value to the economy by helping to create black entrepreneurs and expanding the middle class.   “Simply put, we need a BEE system that enjoys broad support from the majority of South Africans, government and the private sector. Crucially, it must spur the expansion of access to opportunity,” the manifesto reads.

https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/politics/2019-02-23-da-wants-bbbee-scorecard-simplified/
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The resignation further exposes the cracks in the DA over its policy direction and the unhappiness among the core “liberal” constituency of the party, who are dissatisfied with  its direction under party leader Mmusi Maimane.

Business Day understands Ngwenya’s resignation follows differences between the policy chief and the party leadership over its stance on broad-based BEE. While the party has cautiously endorsed BEE, the “liberal” component, of which Ngwenya is part, abhors any policy that resembles  racial quotas.

The balance between these views is a cause of tension.

Ngwenya, who is a former COO of liberal think-tank the Institute of Race Relations, did not complete a year in the post. The DA’s former policy head, Gavin Davis, resigned from the post in 2017.

Ngwenya will remain with the DA and continue to serve as an MP.   Maimane wished Ngwenya well and expressed confidence that the DA would put forward a powerful policy offering when it launches its manifesto in February. A process is in place to finalise its policy offerings.

In her hard-hitting resignation letter to Maimane, Ngwenya said there were many reasons for her resignation, including a lack of political support for her work, a fallout around the party’s stance on BBBEE, a lack of budget to do her work, and the absence of a job description.

Gwen Ngwenya. Picture: FACEBOOK

“The bottom line is that I do not believe the DA takes policy seriously, and as a result, there has not been the operational or political resources necessary to result in a policy outcome I can be proud to be associated with,” Ngwenya said in the letter.

She said she had never received a verbal or written
job description.

“I do feel a sense of loss. There are many good people, including yourself, fighting many fights every day, but ideas are not a battleground the DA likes to tread [on],” Ngwenya wrote.

Ngwenya was appointed as the party’s head of policy at the beginning of 2018.

It has been a difficult year for the opposition party as it grappled with its empowerment policies.

The party was sent into a spin after Ngwenya announced in August 2018 that it had ditched BEE from its economic policy. This was initially disputed by DA federal council chair James Selfe, who said the DA still believed that race was a proxy for disadvantage in SA.

After a public debate in August, Ngwenya and Selfe issued a joint statement, saying the DA rejected the ANC’s BEE policy and would offer an alternative model of “real, broad-based empowerment”.

When asked for comment on her resignation on Thursday, Ngwenya referred Business Day to the party.

DA spokesperson Solly Malatsi said: “We thank Gwen for the work she has done on developing the party’s policy platform — this will now culminate in the launch of our 2019 election manifesto.”

https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/politics/2019-01-25-behind-da-policy-chief-gwen-ngwenyas-sudden-exit/

 

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