ANC-regime wants to wipe every presence of Afrikaans from the SA map
No government can claim the status of being a mature democracy if such government cannot or will not reach a balance between the rights and interest of the majority and those of minorities; and no moral justification can be found for racially motivated policies that reduce any grouping to second-class citizens in the country of their birth or take away their right to use the language of their ancestors.A civilized country should hold to the Language rights. Free usage of minority languages must be possible in both the private and the public domain and mother tongue education to the highest levels should stay provided, including the existence of single-medium educational establishments. No government may, under the guise of access, derogate from the right to mother tongueeducation.
A highly developed country should not be afraid of her past and should welcome any development, but accepting older traditions. They should more try to protect and promote the cultural, linguistic and religious identity of national minorities in order to foster cordial relations between population groups and to promote peace, democracy, justice and stability. They also should create opportunities and mechanisms for effective participation by national minorities in public life and economic activity, giving all opportunity to use their own language of tongue and body (spoken language, movement or dance).
Does it not say in the South Africa belongs to all who live in her, united in diversity”? Why do you have to kill than that diversity?of South Africa (1996) that “…
[Section 6] calls out for the promotion and protection of multi-lingualism; [Section 16] The right to freedom of expression, which is also the right to express vocally with the sounds people choose to use and the right of each person to use the language of his or her own choice and to take part in his or her own choice of cultural life [Section 30].
Religious and Language Communities [Section 185] should keep to its institutional tasks and serve the purpose for which it had been established.for the Promotion and the Rights of Cultural,
The Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Language Communities [Section 185] should keep to its institutional tasks and serve the purpose for which it had been established.
To be continued: (Following article): ANC-regime wants to wipe every presence of Afrikaans from the SA map #4 Task
- ANC-regime wants to wipe every presence of Afrikaans from the SA map #1 History (marcusampe.wordpress.com)
- ANC-regime wants to wipe every presence of Afrikaans from the SA map #2 Not wanted and Responsibility (marcusampe.wordpress.com)
- ANC celebrates its centenary trading on past glories (guardian.co.uk)
The South African president, Jacob Zuma, will be joined by foreign heads of state where it all began: a Wesleyan church in Waaihoek, Bloemfontein. At the stroke of midnight, he will step forward to light the “centenary flame” symbolising the resistance that gave hope to all of Africa.
Britain had angered the black activists and intellectuals by handing power to Afrikaners (descended from Dutch and German settlers) when the Union of South Africa was formed in 1910. “It was the betrayal of black people,” Sparks added. “This is the only instance when Britain granted independence to a minority group, because it was stricken with guilt about the Boer war.”If one is looking for an original sin in the South African story, it was that. The granting of independence to the white minority created a problem that led to apartheid.”