Mmusi Maimane made a statement he is busy to create a Movement for One South Africa (Mosa) and said his ‘political entity’ can be the “Uber of South African politics”. He spoke at the Cape Town press club about his idea for a new South African political movement.
Mmusi Maimane het verklaar hy is besig om ‘n beweging vir ‘een Suid-Afrika’ (Mosa) te stig en gesê sy ‘politieke entiteit’ kan die ‘uber van Suid-Afrikaanse politiek’ wees. Hy het by die Kaapstadse persklub gepraat oor sy idee vir ‘n nuwe Suid-Afrikaanse politieke beweging.
Stressing that Mosa is not a political party, Maimane said it will work closely with other political organisations. He said the movement will use technology and innovation to galvanise political support among citizens without becoming a fully fledged political party.
“Why a movement, and not a party? We already have 48 [parties]. I’m not certain party [number] 49 is going to bring the change we need. If we look at global politics, it is not political parties that are bringing change [it is people]. What SA needs is a movement of citizens. It is a coalition of parties — an agreement between religious organisations, civil society and business.”
Maimane said that although he is not desperate to get back to the parliamentary benches, he is not ruling out the possibility of contesting elections under the Mosa banner.
The organisation will be awaiting a Constitutional Court case to determine whether independent candidates can contest provincial and national elections. Independents can already contest local government elections.
Call for electoral reform
“We need electoral reform. We need to directly elect people who will serve us rather than elect a party who will give us people we don’t know,” Maimane said.
He said that if a million people can sign up on Facebook to the I’m Staying campaign — pledging that they won’t emigrate to another country and rather become active citizens back home — then South Africa needs a movement.
Maimane said the movement would be funded by individual contributions of as little as R20 a person, with some crowd-funding campaigns to raise money and awareness. He added that consultative forums will kick off in the coming weeks, with the official launch of the movement expected in April.
The former leader of the opposition resigned from the DA in October 2019. He said there was no bad blood between him and his former party and would not be drawn on questions about whether he jumped or was pushed from his position following disappointing 2019 election results.
He even thanked the party for giving him “the experience to help serve South Africans”.
Failed so-called rainbow nation
Since 1994, this movement of Maimane has been a third or fourth group / political party to create a so-called rainbow nation like F W de Klerk. The well-known fact that separate areas, (apartheid) where mandela and the clerk hold hands in the air that it was broken down, is a lie. The first rainbow nation has completely failed and separate areas still exist only under other names and national legislation, even in the “socalled democratic constitution”. The DA, of which Maimane was leader, was involved in the creation of the 25 years in parliament. The DA’s “mission” was also “ONE NATION” in South Africa. The ANC and the DA, together with the EFF, have all promised changes since 1994, they promised houses, furniture, services, schools and education, everything to their followers for free, but everything was simply stolen.
Mislukte sogenaamde reënboognasie
Sedert 1994 is hierdie beweging van Maimane ‘n derde of vierde groep / politieke party om ‘n sogenaamde reënboognasie soos F W de Klerk te skep. Die bekende feite dat aparte gebiede, (apartheid) waar mandela en de klerk handjies omhoog hou, en dat dit afgebreek is, is ‘n leuen. Die eerste reënboognasie het heeltemal misluk en aparte gebiede bestaan steeds net onder ander name en wetgewings. En die DA, waarvan Maimane leier was, het deel hieraan gehad. Die DA se “missie” was ook “EEN NASIE” in Suid-Afrika. Die ANC en die DA, tesame met die EFF, het sedert 1994 almal veranderings belowe, hulle het huise, meubels, dienste, skole en opvoeding, alles gratis aan hul volgelinge belowe, maar alles is dood eenvoudig gesteel.
ETHNIC RACE GROUPS – OPINION
South Africa do have minority ethnic groups, and those are Black, Khoi San, Coloured, Indians and Whites (Afrikaners and Boers). Our traditions, identity, languages, cultures are all different from each others. Black and other peoples are different from each other, who are not under one traditional leader either. We never was one NATION, but minority groups of peoples. Nobody can change the colour of their skin and all of us have roots to a specific group of people. Our history are also not the same.
After 1994, Classical liberals, liberals and communists forced all of us to be “one nation” but it will not easily happen. Different Black ethnic groups of people, Khoi San and Coloureds still preferred their own separate areas, called traditional CPA’s /trustland/areas, previously homeland or reserves/ crownlands (1854) – Shepstone Policy. There were separate areas already under British control. Mfecane (after 1805) took place largely between black and black ethnic peoples who exterminated each other. There is also White Paper on Separate Areas and Land Claims (CPAs)
Since 1994, there are 8840 traditional leaders (chiefmen, indunas and others) (Hansard 2018) only different black and Khoi San/Coloureds ).
ETNIESE RASGROEPE – OPINIE
Suid-Afrika het minderheid etniese groepe wat al lankal so ontstaan het – hulle is verskillende Swart groepe, Khoi San, Kleurlinge, Indiërs en Blankes (Afrikaners en Boere). Ons onderskeie tradisies, identiteit, tale, kulture verskil van mekaar. Swart en ander volke verskil van mekaar, wat ook nie onder een tradisionele leier staan nie. Ons was nog nooit ‘n NASIE nie, Niemand kan die kleur van hul vel verander nie en almal van ons het wortels na ‘n spesifieke volksgroep. Ons geskiedenis is ook nie dieselfde nie.
Na 1994 het liberales, klassieke liberales en kommuniste ons almal gedwing om ‘een nasie’ te wees, maar dit sal nie maklik gebeur nie en het ook nie gebeur nie. Swartes, Khoisan en Kleurlinge verkies steeds hul eie gebiede en eie leiers, bly steeds apart van mekaar in tradisionele CPA / trustland / gebiede, voorheen tuisland of reservate / kroonlande (1854) – Shepstone Beleid. Daar was reeds aparte gebiede vir bevolkingsgroepe onder Britse beheer. Mfecane (na 1805) het plaasgevind grotendeels tussen swart en swart etniese volke wat mekaar uitgewis het.
Sedert 1994 is daar 8840 tradisionele leiers (hoofmanne, indunas en ander) (Hansard 2018) slegs verskillende swart en Khoi San / kleurlinge). Daar is ook Witskrif rakende afsonderlike gebiede en grondeise (CPA’s).
The Newsmakers’ Imran Garda speaks with the first black leader of South Africa’s Democratic Alliance party, Mmusi Maimane, about leaving the alliance after four and a half years at the helm, what he plans to do next and his vision of building what he sees as ‘one South Africa for all.’ Guest: Mmusi Maimane Former South African Democratic Alliance Leader.
Former Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane is officially making his way back into politics. He quit the party in October 2019. Maimane will be launching a ‘Movement’ in the next two months, which comes as no surprise as it was speculated subsequent to his resignation from the DA. Mmusi Maimane joins us in studio on this conversation.
Ramaphosa – there is no “democracy”
Mandela and De Klerk received their “peace” prize during 1993 to “dismantle the so-called apartheid” (segregation) and to do away with “homelands” etc. BUT what are the real facts about segregation in South Africa and what price do we, as tax payers still pay for that fake “peace prize” of De Klerk and Mandela? Question: What are the traditional leaders doing for us , the Afrikaners and Boers people today? – while they all supported the ANC’s communist rules and black economic empowerment and still have their own “homelands” called Trustlands? Even the Chinese people and immigrants from Africa and other continents, have more benefits than the citizens.
South Africa: Traditional leaders
It was recently declared that the South African traditional leaders cost the taxpayer over R250 million a year. but it is much more than that. Traditionally, the zulu or xhosa leaders (queen/king) are only rulers of their own people and tribes, not the traditional leaders of the Khoisan, Indian or Afrikaner/Boer people. Khoisan and Griqwa do have their own leaders as well lands. There are 8840 traditional leaders at the moment – living on Trustland or CPAs (old homelands and landclaims). Therefore, it is not the “Government” that pay the bills, but the “taxpayers”. But who are those 8840 black and coloured traditional leaders? All of them, were “appointed” after 1994 in their own separate lands.
Traditional leaders South Africa: 8840
The White Paper on Traditional Leadership and Governance, July 2003, issued by the Minister for Provincial and Local Government deals with certain aspects, like the various international agreements, as well as the historical traditional leadership, the old homelands and what happened after 1994. Please read the documents, White Paper and information here as well.
Agreements and Traditional leaderships
There are more B-BBEE legislation against white population of South Africa as well as policies . Legislation Assigned to the Provincial Premiers – some from the old area as well. The following lists are the most important pieces of legislation assigned to the provincial Premiers and traditional leaders.
Legislation only for black and khoisan
The Zulu king and traditional leader, Goodwill Zwelithini’s annual budget is set to be R75m during the 2021/22 financial year and it will increase slightly this year to R66m from R65.8m in 2018. This is according to the estimates of the provincial revenue and expenditure for 2019/20 prepared by the KwaZulu-Natal provincial treasury and presented during finance MEC Belinda Scott’s budget speech in the provincial legislature in Pietermaritzburg on Thursday. The other kings and budgets will follow soon. There are 8840 traditional leaders.
Zwelithini: Traditional leaders: SA – budget
Die kommunistiese grondwet (wat onder die vals vaandel van “demokrasie” leef) in Suid-Afrika laat enigiets toe as en wanneer dit hul pas. Dis ook so geskryf – meestal is dit liberale blankes wat nie deel van ons volk is nie en ook hulle wat dit steun. Die grondwet laat toe dat ons volk se identiteit, taal, kultuur en menseregte totaal en al geskend word. FW de Klerk en al sy liberales was daar rondom die Kodesa tafel – en van ANC kant af was Ramaphosa en sy kaders ook daar. Slovo kommunis was daar en alles is gefinansier deur George Soros Kommunis.
Daar bestaan vandag, meer as 25 jaar na die sogenaamde demokrasie in 1994 sowat 8840 tradisionele leiers onder die verskillende swart en bruin volke in Suid-Afrika. Dit beteken egter nie ons het nie ook regte hier nie, verseker het ons ‘n reg tot gebiede wat aan ons behoort. Suid-Afrika het nog altyd uit blankes, swartes, bruin en indiër volke bestaan.