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MEC for Education’s statement about Afrikaans schools is racist – AfriForum

by in Media Statements on 21 May, 2015

Panyaza Lesufi, MEC for Education, says Afrikaans schools are only accessible to white people. Photo: The Citizen

Panyaza Lesufi, MEC for Education, says Afrikaans schools are only accessible to white people. Photo: The Citizen

AfriForum is of the opinion that the statement made by the MEC for Education, Panyaza Lesufi, that Afrikaans schools are only accessible to white people is racist.

AfriForum offers free training to Vryheid residents

by in Local government statements Safety statements on 21 May, 2015

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The AfriForum branch in Vryheid will on Wednesday, 27 May 2015 host anti-rape training to ladies at the Dutch Reformed Church Vryheid-west.

22 “new” neighbourhood watches for Kimberley

by in Local government statements on 21 May, 2015

Kimberley is fed up with crime. AfriForum, Saam Staan Kimberley, the South African Police Service (SAPS) and the Community Policing Forum (CPF) therefore took hands to bring the 22 neighbourhood watches that have already been established and are active in Kimberley and the surrounding environment, together under one umbrella.

The scale of equality – Marnus van Staden

by in Blog on 21 May, 2015

I recently had the privilege to represent AfriForum at a public discussion in which the audience participated. The event was organised by The Herald in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University and dealt with the recent demolition of statues. A lot of effort was put into the composition of the panel to ensure that everyone involved is represented, with the exception of the students of the University of Cape Town (UCT), where this chapter in our history has begun.

AfriForum Youth approaches Air Force for remembrance of Church Street bomb victims

by in Media Statements on 20 May, 2015

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AfriForum Youth is in talks with the South African Air Force regarding the possible construction of a wall of remembrance for the 19 South Africans who lost their lives and the 217 who sustained injuries in the Church Street bomb of 20 May 1983.