FULL Member South African Institute of Management. (Fellow)
The Honourable State of the Nation Address at a Joint Sitting of Parliament, Thursday, 11 February 2016.
The Speaker has the democratic power and right to call the House to Order.
The Speaker has indicated that there is only one matter that will be dealt with at this evening's sitting of the House is to allow the Honourable President to give his State of the Nation Address.
No member of the House has the right to bring the Speaker to order, nor to bring the House…Continue
It is a travesty of justice and in direct conflict with principles of freedom and democracy when the government enforce legislation based on race and culture on the commercial and business sectors as well as on civil society, that feed the mouths of the politicians and the nation at large.
The courts of law, political parties, and the corporate sectors, including religious organisations and academic institutions are silent on these issues in-spite of visible proof that the masses of…Continue
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I am not sure whether we as a nation is able to match the human capital that may be required in order for the machinery of the economic…Continue
"Die een se dood is die ander se brood" Europe is in die nood, Amerika en Britanje is hopeloos te laat.
Africa has a major role to play in world economics and South Africa whilst still reeling from its racist past, need to "smell the coffee" and take corrective action NoW rather than later in contributing to racial and cultural emancipation and rescind all laws that prohibit the equal freedom, liberties, rights and support of all citizens as expected in a country that portrays freedom…Continue