Hoe sal dit wees as die EFF in die Swartland Munisipaliteit ingestem word? Vra Cape Party

Julius Malema, EFF-leier, het laas Saterdag tydens die bekendstelling van die party se verkiesinsgmanifes die EFF tot ’n paar goed verbind wat ’n blik bied op die EFF en die radikale vegters se planne.   Hy het gese waar die EFF regeer sal alle openbare spasies gedekolonialiseer word.   Dekolonisasie verwys na die afbreek van […]
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Tyd vir Die Kaap, Federale Afrikaner Tuisland! Minderhede MOET saamstaan vir ons regte!

Luister na Pieter J. Marais, voormalige Kaapstad Burgermeester en Weskaap Premier, asook Hein Marx wat gesels met Dr. Carl Davis op SFM oor ‘n Federale beweging.
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Transformation, government puppets and cronies destroying traditional fishing, something even Apartheid never did.

As an outsider of the fishing industry, I had the opportunity to read the magazine “Fishing Industry news”. 3 Articles by different authors all related to the small scale fisherman and the problems they faced. What intrigued me was that it’s clear that these fisherman of these fishing communities have been abused for not years […]
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Cape oil and gas sector to drive economic growth – for who?

In his address for the Department of Economic Development and Tourism 2015/16 budget vote in March, Alan Winde, Minister of Economic Opportunities elaborated on the growth initiatives for, amongst others, the oil and gas sector. Under the umbrella of Project Khulisa (Project “Nurture”) Winde says that the Western Cape Government aims to deliver over 200,000 […]
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The yearning for an independent Cape Republic is not only alive and well, it’s growing stronger!

About eight years ago I wrote a few articles on the prospect of an Independent Cape Republic on the old SA Sucks website which I later copied to here: What future is there for whites and other minorities in South Africa South Africa: Civil war or peaceful split? At the time there were a lot […]
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Cape Colony divided into 10 districts in 1829

In 1829 the eastern boundaries of the colony were the Keiskama River (although the space between the Keiskama and the Fish river was practically a no-man’s land) the Zwart Kei and Stormberg Spruit. The northern boundaries were defined by the Orange river as far as 24 deg 10′ and then by a line running SW […]
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