Dakar 1986-.. – Notes of H Giliomee

Notice the "AB member" at the Bond meeting between other "familiar faces of parliament and so-called leaders" when Ramapadda addressed them on behalf of "Afrikaners".   One of the many elders was presented to the cameras as Hermann.    Ironical, the club members make sure they have a (so-called) mandate to speak and make decisions on… Continue reading Dakar 1986-.. – Notes of H Giliomee

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SA Parliament – land without compensation – traditional leaders

A Hansard of December 2018 stated there are more than 8840 traditional leaders (different black and coloureds)   in the whole of South Africa.   They all receive salaries.     It is even legally in their constitution (anc manifesto).   And most of us thought that segregation is over for those different ethnic groups.    Did mandela… Continue reading SA Parliament – land without compensation – traditional leaders

Black empowerment, unemployment and crime is not demoracy

What democracy is there really in South Africa - Government ANC is one sided racists and discriminate against all whites in South Africa - and then they call that "democracy".    Who received so much income from B-BBEE companies (follow the podium and the news)?  not the poor, only the elites, especially in the ANC… Continue reading Black empowerment, unemployment and crime is not demoracy

Discrimination and Racism – 21 March 2019

  At the United Nations:   Dismantle ‘Harmful and Specious’ Notion of Racial Superiority, Secretary-General Urges in Message on International Day against Discrimination.      21 March 2019.   The opposite is happening in South Africa today, where more than 100 legislations discriminated against the white minorities of South Africa since 1994 - even the so-called democratic… Continue reading Discrimination and Racism – 21 March 2019

Schools torched in South Africa

  If school children or students torched school building or universities, let them study under the tree or they must build it up by themselves with their own money or their parents.   They must use their own labour and pay them to do that.  Where were the parents when they did this?  Nobody gave them… Continue reading Schools torched in South Africa

B-BBEE legislation and rules

B-BBEE - The Act provides a legislative framework for the promotion of BEE, empowering the Minister of Trade and Industry to issue Codes of Good Practice and publish Transformation Charters, and paving the way for the establishment of the B-BBEE Advisory Council.   B-BBEE legislation is only against the WHITE minority groups in South Africa. Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) forms a… Continue reading B-BBEE legislation and rules

B-BBEE Strategy – South Africa – whites excluded

  If your B-BBEE scorecard does not reflect your best efforts, then it may be time to revise your policy, re-acquaint yourself with the legislation and change your approach.  The B-BBEE Act that was promulgated in 2003 (and amended in 2013) was based on a strategic plan for Black Economic Empowerment.   The first BEE Act… Continue reading B-BBEE Strategy – South Africa – whites excluded