Inhoudsopgawe B-BBEE Index

Verskeie rassistiese en diskriminerende wetgewings in Suid-Afrika is na 1990 ingestel wat slegs teenoor blankes minderhede soos Boere, Afrikaner en elke ander blankes uit die samelewings en ekonomie gemik is. Ramaphosa het sy eie kommissie, waarvan hy voorsitter is. Hier volg slegs a paar opsommings van verskeie artikels in inhoudsopgawe wat 'n groot impak op… Continue reading Inhoudsopgawe B-BBEE Index

Parliament South Africa – De Goede hoop lodge – FM-VM

Die westelike hoek van Stalplein word gevorm deur ’n groep ou geboue, histories en argitektonies uniek in Kaapstad. Aan die regterkant is die Presidentswoning, vroeër Goewermentshuis, waarvan die geskiedenis terugstrek tot in die dae van die Van der Stels. Links daarvan lê die gebou van die Staatsdrukker, die eertydse banketsaal van die Losie de Goede… Continue reading Parliament South Africa – De Goede hoop lodge – FM-VM

Expropriation of properties – Section 25

On 4 December 2018, it was stated that a report recommended that Section 25 of the Constitution be amended to allow land expropriation without compensation.   All included.   The National Assembly has passed the Constitutional Review Committee report on land expropriation without compensation with more than 200 votes in the National Assembly.  The report recommended that Section… Continue reading Expropriation of properties – Section 25

Australia – Federation (6 states)

  Australia is a federation of six states which, together with two self-governing territories, have their own constitutions, parliaments, governments and laws. This infosheet is about the national or central government, usually called the Federal Government, Commonwealth Government or Australian Government. However, state and territory governments are also based on the same principle of parliamentary… Continue reading Australia – Federation (6 states)

Empire Parliamentary Association (1911) changed to Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (1948)

  The CPA was founded as the Empire Parliamentary Association in 1911, with its first branches being Australia, Canada, Newfoundland, New Zealand, South Africa and the United Kingdom, the latter branch administering the Association as a whole.    In 1948 the Association changed its name to the current Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, and invited all branches to participate in the organisation's administration. Photo:  CPA conference, Isle… Continue reading Empire Parliamentary Association (1911) changed to Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (1948)

Government CPA – Commonwealth

The organisation administers the Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians (CWP), a network across the Commonwealth which promotes greater representation for women in Parliament, the CPA Small Branches network, representing parliaments and legislatures with populations below 500,000 people, and the Commonwealth Youth Parliament, an annual gathering of young people hosted by a Commonwealth Parliament. CPA UK (Commonwealth Parliamentary Association)… Continue reading Government CPA – Commonwealth

Commonwealth – CPA Charter

  The Charter brings together the values and aspirations which unite the Commonwealth - democracy, human rights and the rule of law - in a single, accessible document.   The Charter expresses the commitment of member states to the development of free and democratic societies and the promotion of peace and prosperity to improve the lives… Continue reading Commonwealth – CPA Charter