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AfriForum Youth lays charge against EFFSC demonstration at UFS

May 21, 2019 deur Carina Bester

AfriForum Youth today laid a charge against the students of the EFFSC (EFF Students Command) at the University of the Free State (UFS). This follows after EFF students at the UFS began demonstrating today. Many classes and tests were disrupted … Continue reading

AfriForum welcomes Theo de Jager’s re-election as president of the WAO

May 21, 2019 deur Hesti Steenkamp

AfriForum would like to congratulate Dr Theo de Jager, Executive Director of the Southern Africa Agri-Initiative (Saai), on his re-election as president of the World Agriculture Organisation (WAO) today in in Luxembourg. This will be the first time in the … Continue reading

Judicial inquest into death of Kuga deceased: Ford expert testifies

May 20, 2019 deur Hesti Steenkamp

Ford’s expert witness John David Loud (an American engineer) today testified in the Western Cape High Court in the judicial inquest into the death of Reshall Jimmy. According to him, there could have been numerous causes for the fire in … Continue reading

Gauteng online school registration platform disappoints once again

May 20, 2019 deur Carina Bester

The civil rights watchdog AfriForum has noted with disappointment that the Gauteng online school registration platform for grade 1 and grade 8 learners for the 2020 school year once again is not functioning smoothly.

Lesufi’s utterances regarding Afrikaans are offensive and violate the dignity of Afrikaans speakers – AfriForum

May 20, 2019 deur Hesti Steenkamp

The civil rights organisation AfriForum accused Panyaza Lesufi, Gauteng MEC for Education, that his utterances concerning Afrikaans are offensive and amount to a serious invasion of Afrikaans speakers’ dignity. This follows after Lesufi said, among others, that it is “beyond … Continue reading