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Elliot community gets hands dirty for clean town

by in Local government statements on 07 July, 2015

Elliot is 300 garbage bags filled with garbage cleaner. This, after the AfriForum branch in the town partnered up with 42 volunteers who got their hands dirty to pick up the litter in the park and cemetery.

Kimberley cemetery safe for visitors, thanks to AfriForum

by in Local government statements on 07 July, 2015

Heritage conservation and safety. These two factors heartened the AfriForum Kimberley branch and Staan Saam Kimberley to initiate urgent steps to clean-up the Kenilworth Cemetery in the Diamond City.

Farm murders: The most severe form of discrimination imaginable

by in Blog on 07 July, 2015

The South African Government’s attitude towards farm murders is the most severe form of discrimination imaginable and even though the Department of Police is the biggest scapegoat, the problem however lies much deeper than that.

AfriForum Margate branch plays road dentist; fills potholes

by in Local government statements on 07 July, 2015

Seven community members and three hours. That was all it cost to fix 30 potholes in the Manaba area on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast.

AfriForum cleans up cemetery in do-it-yourself week

by in Local government statements on 06 July, 2015

The cemetery in Phalaborwa is safe and shipshape again. This, after the AfriForum branch in the town cleaned up the cemetery as part of the organisation’s Do-it-yourself Week.