On 14 November 2020 Ramaphosa stated in Parliament that the BEE – B-BBEE means Black economic empowerment, that it is a policy, it is not a racist policy but an empowering tool. Empowering tool to create racism and discrimination. The B-BBEE and EE legislations are all official legislations (ACTS) and not any policies of the ANC and their partners in parliament, on all levels of government and private sector. And to discriminate against other groups of people is a 100% crime against humanity, specific against the small minority WHITES of South Africa – ANC are busy to violate our human rights – that is an international crime against ALL white people in SA and their businesses.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN POLICY AND LAW
It is important to understand the difference between a policy and a law. A policy outlines what a government ministry hopes to achieve and the methods and principles it will use to achieve them. It states the goals of the ministry. A policy document is not a law but it will often identify new laws needed to achieve its goals.
Laws set out standards, procedures and principles that must be followed. If a law is not followed, those responsible for breaking them can be prosecuted in court.
So, policy sets out the goals and planned activities of a ministry and department but it may be necessary to pass a law to enable government to put in place the necessary institutional and legal frameworks to achieve their aims. Laws must be guided by current government policy.
During November 2020 Ramaphosa has strongly defended the government’s Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) policy, saying it is “empowering” previously disadvantaged groups. Ramaphosa was responding to a question from DA leader John Steenhuisen in Parliament this week. NO, it is not a policy, there are various legislations to violate all White’s human rights.
“BEE millionaires have used race as a means to hijack empowerment and have crowded out the 30 million people who live in poverty in this country. Race-based policies are tearing our country apart. Mr President, would you commit yourself to non-racialism and ensuring that we scrap all policies that seek to divide South Africans based on something as arbitrary as their skin colour?”
In response, Ramaphosa said the Constitution has provisions that seek to promote equality because apartheid privileged one race over another. One race “continues to reap the benefits” of that privilege, he added.
THAT does not mean the ANC government has the right to discriminate against the Whites in South Africa. It is an international crime. And to put this in a “democratic constitution” is unhuman and a violation as well a crime against our White’s humanity. That is not right, to put it in legislation and in so-called democratic constitution as a democratic right.
“We cannot then say, when provision is made to lift up those who were unprivileged, that that in itself is a racist act.”
He said, his government is not a racist government. What a big fat lie. Our government seeks to promote the rights and interests of all, the president added. But that is not the truth, the ANC exluded all whites from their legislations – it is not policies.
Ramaphosa said if the government takes steps to promote black economic empowerment, those who think that it is a racist policy would be wrong, adding that BEE should be embraced and applauded by all.
“I’m frankly surprised at those who, having enjoyed the privileges of the past regime, take umbrage [and] are very angry when those who have never enjoyed those privileges are lifted up.”
By the way, there are already more than 750000 unemployed WHITES in squatter camps since 1994, but blacks came from other countries and get jobs because they are blacks. Even the Chinese and Cuban people were invited to come and work here in South Africa.
What type of partners are the EU and SA if they also discriminate against a small minority group of white people.
Earlier this month, the EU-South Africa partners for growth project published results of a study looking at the effects of Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) in South Africa and the impact these policies have on international investment.
The study, funded by the European Union, found that South Africa offers many attractive assets for foreign investors, such as its diversified and advanced economy, its abundance of natural resources and its well-developed infrastructure.
Among the key findings were:
- The effects of B-BBEE implementation on the company are far-reaching, extending beyond the resourcing for a mere administrative exercise. The frustrations experienced in implementing B-BBEE range from ‘too many ambiguous and often-changing rules,’ to trying to stay focussed on business imperatives whilst attending to the intricacies of B-BBEE compliance.
- Costs incurred through B-BBEE were highlighted as a key challenge experienced by the businesses. Interviewees provided candid responses to the expenses related to B-BBEE and the resulting concerns about the financial viability of these costs, as well as the concerns around the sustainability of their businesses.
Investors are, according to the study, also concerned about the lack of clarity concerning policy and structural reforms.
They added that the policies often elicits a ‘deer-in-the-headlights’ response from even the most seasoned investors.
“As the proponents of B-BBEE sought to increase the regulatory and measurability aspects of B-BBEE, the policy, primarily effected through the B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice, has become rather convoluted and complex, often frustrating businesses rather than encouraging transformative practices.”
In June, responding to calls for BEE to be scrapped, President Ramaphosa argued that BEE should in fact be enhanced.
AGAIN – B-BBEE / BEE IS NOT A POLICY THERE ARE DIFFERENT LEGISLATIONS AND ACTS OF SA PARLIAMENT – DO THEY ALL KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LEGISLATION AND A POLICY?
It is 27 years later, and they are still discriminating against the small minority White group of people in South Africa.
Millions of blacks, cubans, chinese and illegals came into the country and demand B-BBEE employment, houses and even grants, go into schools, etc. But we, the citizens do not have that right, because we are WHITE.
It is still an international crime to discriminate against any group of people because they have another skin colour. All those legislation and the people that implemented those legislations against the WHITE people, are racists and violate our human rights. It is also in their constitution, to discriminate against only the WHITE group of people (Boer and Afrikaners.