State-owned land – 25 years later

  The releasing of state-owned land must be prioritised, is this a red face to the parliament today?   Al those members of parliament of all political parties are sitting in the same chairs for 25 years.  How will government perform now after 25 years and the concern is,  what did they offered to their own… Continue reading State-owned land – 25 years later

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Nepal – Federalism

  “The historic Jana-Aandolan II culminated into the declaration of the republic in Nepal on May 28, 2008, after the constituent assembly polls. 560 of CA members voted in favor of the republic, ending 240 years of monarchy. However, the question remaining in many Nepalese minds even after several years down the lane is how… Continue reading Nepal – Federalism

Expropriation of land without compensation – South Africa

They always said they are landless, but it is a big lie and not the truth.  How much land belong to the (ANC) government of South Africa and their own black/other supporters today?  Land that do not belong to whites in South Africa ... they always reported in the media, in "parliament" and to the… Continue reading Expropriation of land without compensation – South Africa

Land in South Africa – Land reform

  Already, 37 farmers have sought interdicts after a pamphlet was circulated about possible land invasions by the Black First Land First Movement and several interdicts were sought by private property owners against possible land invasions, as well as by the City against land invaders in Khayelitsha. This as newly sworn-in President Cyril Ramaphosa said… Continue reading Land in South Africa – Land reform

White Killings – Land – Malema

Black on black killings - black on indian, coloureds and whites killings.   Attacks and killings are unhuman.   Not only now, but since 1800 and even before where they came from.   Swartes op swartes wat mekaar uitgewis het, so ook voor 1900 en die Mfecane, was dit swartes wat swartes doodgemaak het, vroue en vee gesteel… Continue reading White Killings – Land – Malema

IRRSA – Dr A Jeffery – Land

13 MARCH 2019  DR ANTHEA JEFFERY Advocate Wim Trengove’s proposals to the ad hoc parliamentary committee charged with crafting a constitutional amendment to allow expropriation without compensation (EWC) are damaging, naive and often mistaken on the law. (State must focus on redistribution in the land-expropriation issue, lawyers say, March 8.) *** HOEVEEL VAN DIE ARMOEDE, WAAROOR GEPRAAT… Continue reading IRRSA – Dr A Jeffery – Land

Alan Winde – Wes-Kaap

The Democratic Alliance selected Winde in September 2018 to be the party's Western Cape Premier candidate. In October 2018, Premier Helen Zille appointed Winde to the post of Provincial Minister of Community Safety. He took office on 1 November 2018.  In May 2009, Premier Helen Zille appointed Winde to the position of Provincial Minister of Finance, Economic… Continue reading Alan Winde – Wes-Kaap