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Concern prevails over water quality in Koppies

by in Environmental statements on 29 May, 2015

AfriForum took water samples on Monday, 25 May at the Hoërskool Sarel Cilliers and the Dibaseholo Primary School in Koppies. This followed after AfriForum received numerous complaints from disgruntled residents about the town’s water quality.

Cattle carcasses scattered over landfill site; AfriForum requests intervention

by in Local government statements on 27 May, 2015

The civil rights organisation AfriForum has requested the intervention of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health at the Paulpietersburg landfill site after the local AfriForum branch performed an audit on the site earlier this month.

Fedsas and AfriForum delighted with verdict

by in Media Statements on 27 May, 2015

The civil rights organisation AfriForum supports the competence of school governing bodies to take decisions within a school community that are in the best interest of both the school and the community. AfriForum has strongly condemned the Gauteng Department of Education after the Department tried its best to undermine the functions that are entrusted to school governing bodies in accordance with the South African Schools Act (Act 84 of 1996). Principals were also intimidated to take action against the language and admission principles of their respective schools with regards to the registration process for 2016.    

Merafong must restore Blyvooruitzicht’s water supply – AfriForum

by in Media Statements on 27 May, 2015

The civil rights organisation AfriForum demanded on Tuesday, 26 May that the Merafong Local Municipality provide sufficient water to the Blyvooruitzicht community in Gauteng. 

EFF MP should pay thousands for AfriForum legal costs

by in Local government statements on 27 May, 2015

Hardly a year after Aubrey Baartman, Northern Cape Premier Candidate, lost his case against AfriForum, he has to pay R93 895.44 from his own pocket to AfriForum for their legal costs.