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SA National Defence Force (SANDF) in such a state that it contributes to crime

2017-05-25
Dr Pieter Groenewald

The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) has to start paying attention to discipline and crime in its own ranks before it loses the public’s respect completely, says dr. Pieter Groenewald, FF Plus spokesperson for defence.

Today, with the budget vote debate of defence and military... Read more


Problems with basic education could make the youth populist cannon fodder

2017-05-24
Adv Anton Alberts

It’s the same problems year in and year out. The same advice is offered. The same failures follow. That is the sad story of basic education in South Africa, says adv. Anton Alberts, FF Plus parliamentary spokesperson for basic education.

Today, with the budget vote debate of the department... Read more


Save agriculture by decisions based on facts, not based on political propaganda and myths

2017-05-24
Dr Pieter Mulder

Recently, a prominent leader said that the strategic necessities to avoid a revolution and conflict in South Africa are good defence, police and intelligence. He is wrong. The strategic necessities are not defence, police and intelligence. It is water, energy and food security through agriculture.... Read more


Too many hands and not enough work in South Africa

2017-05-24
Adv Anton Alberts

The ANC government has created an unwholesome labour situation in South Africa where there are too many hands and not enough job opportunities, says adv. Anton Alberts, FF Plus parliamentary spokesperson for labour.

Adv. Alberts says that the root causes of the problem will be evident when... Read more


Increase in government’s wage bill is excessive

2017-05-24
Dr Corné Mulder

In 1994, the government’s wage bill was only 5% of its total expenditure. It has now increased to more than 40% and dr. Corné Mulder, chief whip of the FF Plus, says that is excessive.

Today, during the department of public service and administration’s budget vote debate, dr.... Read more


Pres. Jacob Zuma is doing enormous damage to the country’s finances

2017-05-23
Adv Anton Alberts

Whereas ex-minister Pravin Gordhan certainly had a difficult task trying to manage the country’s finances, it appears almost impossible to do so now given the country’s junk status, says adv. Anton Aberts, FF Plus chairperson and parliamentary spokesperson for finance.

With... Read more


Treat all culture groups financially equal

2017-05-23
Dr Pieter Mulder

The reed dance is an important cultural event and part of the Zulu culture. King Goodwill Zwelithini asked the department of arts and culture to improve the reed dance site. All cultural groups in South Africa have important cultural events and are asking funding for it, but it must be within... Read more


Ideology gambles with South Africa’s future

2017-05-23
Adv Anton Alberts

The department of trade and industry is of cardinal importance for the country’s welfare as it manages the country’s domestic and foreign affairs and for this reason the country cannot allow the implementation of poor policies, says adv. Anton Alberts, FF Plus parliamentary spokesperson ... Read more


South Africans are utterly at the mercy of criminals as even deputy minister gets robbed, despite guards

2017-05-23
Dr Pieter Groenewald

The incident of the deputy minister of Justice and Correctional Services being hijacked and robbed, despite two guards, should make the fact that South African citizens are utterly at the mercy of criminals clear to the minister of Police, Fikile Mbalula, says dr. Pieter Groenewald, leader of the... Read more


ANC insults the public of South Africa

2017-05-23
Adv Anton Alberts

What the ANC calls challenges are actually self-inflicted wounds and slow suicide with a total disregard for the general public of South Africa, says adv. Anton Alberts, FF Plus parliamentary spokesperson for transport.

According to adv. Alberts, one example is the Gauteng e-toll system that was... Read more


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