On Tuesday, members of the Imizamo Yethu community marched to the Cape Town mayor’s office in protest of the city’s super-blocking project, which they have rejected, and delivered a list of demands to mayor Patricia de Lille. The Daily Vox visited Imizamo Yethu to speak to residents about their concerns. Read more on our website.
P R O U D to be South African 🌍 I guess I'm feeling a bit home sick 🏡 I'm proud to be African and most importantly South African because each day I see good change happening back home, change that is building a nation forward. Yes, there are cANCerous organisations that are causing destruction and reeking havoc, but let's aim and actively work towards building a better future for generations to come! Remember we are united in our diversity 💙 Let's live and strive for freedom, equality and opportunity for all 💙 #MovementForChange#Change19#SouthAfrican#SouthAfrica#African#gay#gayafrican#gayguy#gaysouthafrica#ndebele#democraticalliance#zulu #🇿🇦
In DA-led Nelson Mandela Bay, 12,000 residents are getting running water and toilets in their homes for the first first time.
After just under a year of DA governance, residents who never had basic services are finally seeing service delivery. #RealChange
De BKB Lezing wordt op 8 september 2017 gehouden door Zuid-Afrikaanse politicus Mmusi Maimane! 🇿🇦 Onze @alexklusman vertelt:
"Al een aantal jaar volg ik de opkomst van Maimane in de Zuid-Afrikaanse politiek en ik vind 'm fascinerend. Geboren en getogen in Soweto, bestuurskunde en theologie gestudeerd, getrouwd met een vrouw van 'the other side of the track' en gekozen voor een partij die jarenlang in Zuid-Afrika gezien werd als 'wit'.
Inmiddels is Maimane dé aanvoerder van de oppositie in het parlement en heeft zijn partij (de Democratic Alliance @our_da) de macht gegrepen in Johannesburg, Kaapstad, Pretoria en Port Elizabeth.
In het Transformatorhuis zal hij stilstaan bij de huidige politieke situatie in Zuid-Afrika, praten over progressieve politiek en over zijn ideeën voor een inclusieve samenleving.
Ik kan niet wachten. Wil je er ook bijzijn? Meld je dan wel even aan via de #linkinbio !" ✅
#BKB#BKBLezing#campagnes#campagnebureau#workworkwork#behindthescenes#Transformatorhuis#Westerpark#Amsterdam#september#lezing#zuidafrika#MmusiMaimane#politiek#DemocraticAlliance#democratie @mmusimaimane #southafrica #🇿🇦
Got this media statement from the #DemocraticAlliance yesterday, so they decided to Kill Kenneth Kaunda.
The DA has now apologised for issuing a press release expressing condolences on the death of former Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda. He is still alive 🙈
When we heard @mmusimaimane was coming to New Zealand, not as the leader of the DA but as a pastor, we were obviously super keen to hear what he had to say and wow it was an absolute honor being able to meet and listen to this intelligent, well-spoken, humorous, and not forgetting, a great man of God preach.
Religion aside, the way Mmusi Maimane carries himself - especially compared to Zuma (lol the comparison is actually colossal) - and after listening to his goals for our nation I cannot understand how anyone can not vote for him.
It just made me realize that South Africa is in the condition it's in, not because of Zuma but, because of the people who vote for him.
I'm not even into politics that much but yo he is, hands down, the man I hope, pray and believe is the next president of South Africa - I'd definitely move back to SA if he's elected in 2019.
He is the change we need.
STOP DELETING MY CAPTIONS INSTAGRAM .
"Genderqueer" fin-less whale Dean Hutton thinks that "FUCK WHITE PEOPLE" is art and the South African Government agrees with her...him... It. .
Despite the Cape Party filing a court case against Dean the Western Cape Magistrate Court ruled that "FUCK WHITE PEOPLE" is art and not hate. .
I guess thousands of Boere and Afrikaner murders are also some form of anti-colonial art. .
Hat's off to the Cape Party for fighting for equality, freedom and against racism and hate.
It's time to be a proud Cape Townian and VOTE CAPE PARTY in the 2019 elections. I know we are all content for things to stay the same under the DA, but its time for something new, its time to be united as proud Cape citizens. .
I love South Africa, but Cape Town is my city now;)
Is the Cape Party a viable option for South Africans living in the western, northern and parts of the eastern cape?
Would you give them your vote?
The Cape Party aims to create a separate state within South Africa, as they claim this part of the country is vastly different to the rest of South Africa on a lingual, cultural and political level.
The Cape Party strives to escape the persecution and racism of South Africas current ruling party the ANC and South Africas political situation in general.
I am obviously for them, I couldn't agree more with all of their aims and policies. A down-factor of course is the fact that every vote counts and many people are afraid of not voting for the main opposition; the DA, and allowing the ANC or far-left, anti-white EFF to gain a majority vote in their local municipality.