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ONLY A REFERENDUM CAN RESOLVE THE IMPASSEE
2016/04/05
President Zuma apologized to the nation regarding the findings against him by the Constitutional Court to the effect that he transgressed the dictates of the Constitution of the country.
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LEADERSHIP SPEAKS
THE UCDP LEADERSHIP SPEAKS - ARCHIVE


Mr IS Mfundisi
President

ANOTHER YEAR HAS BEGUN

As the United Christian Democratic Party we ended the past year, 2011, on a sad note after losing two senior members through death in October and December.
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Mr IS Mfundisi
Deputy Leader

THE YEAR THAT WAS

We are at the beginning of the near year, a leap year, 2012; we have to bid the past year goodbye and reflect on what we learnt from it.
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Mr IS Mfundisi
Deputy Leader

JUDGE LAMONT HAS IT RIGHT

The discontent among the ranks of the African National Congress regarding the judgment against Malema in the equality court is disturbing. Judges should be allowed to do their work without fear or prejudice.
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Mr IS Mfundisi
Deputy Leader

LIGHT HAS BEEN CAST ABOUT JUSTICE MOGOENG

Of the many reservations and doubts that were bandied around on the suitability or otherwise of Justice Mogoeng to serve at the Chief Justice very little, if any, remain.
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Mrs MN Matladi
Leader of the UCDP

Appointment of Mogoeng Mogoeng as Chief Justice

The United Christian Democratic Party welcomes and supports the President’s choice of Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng as Chief Justice. We have observed the controversial remarks from different sources, political and otherwise with dismay and disappointment. Some went as far as alleging that the President did not follow constitutional precepts in his appointment of Justice Mogoeng.
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Mr IS Mfundisi
Deputy Leader

AUGUST, WOMEN’S MONTH

As stated in our July article, we have notice a whole lot of activity for the month of August. Indeed the month has been packed with activity from all walks of life.
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Mr IS Mfundisi
Deputy Leader

CAN ANYTHING GOOD COME OUT OF NORTH WEST PROVINCE?

The furore surrounding the nomination of Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng to become the next Chief Justice has tempted me to play parody on St John’s words: “Can anything good come out of Nazareth” John 1: 46.
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Mr IS Mfundisi
Deputy Leader

JULY, MEN’S MONTH

The month of July has come and gone without even being noticed as a month dedicated to men. In June there was so much talk about youth month and as sure as the sun rises in the east and sets in the west there is going to be so much vibe by women in August. In some cases men will even be leading the way.

It is astonishing why men do not take themselves seriously when it comes to some issues. Read more...



Mr IS Mfundisi
Deputy Leader

WE BID FAREWELL TO ROYALTY

The United Christian Democratic Party learnt with great awe about the deaths of three Traditional Leaders in the space of a week, namely Kgosi Lucas Manyane Mabalane of the Baphiring Traditional Authority, Kgosi Tsiepe of the Balete Traditional Authority, both of the North West Province and King Maxhoba’ayakhawuleza Zanesizwe Sandile of the Eastern Cape.

It is a hard time for the tribes they were leading. The loss of a father in a family is something very difficult to live over but for a tribe or community is also very difficult as life sort of comes to a standstill. Read more...



Mr IS Mfundisi
Deputy Leader

A NEW AFRICAN STATE IS BORN

South Sudan was delivered into the world with great excitement on Saturday, 09 June 2011 to become the 54th state on the continent of Africa; but if we take into account Western Sahara the new kid on the block is 55th. South Sudan saw and attained her freedom after three decades of sweat and blood shed. The triumph of these Sudanese people is the result of skill and the never say die spirit to pursue self-determination.
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Mr IS Mfundisi
Deputy Leader

NORTH WEST MUNICIPAL AUDITS 2009/2010

The shame hanging over the province is far from going away. If out of 24 municipalities only 10 (41, 6%) were able to submit their books for auditing by the Auditor General on time, this spells disaster. Of the 10, three received disclaimers, 5 qualified reports and the other 2 received financially unqualified reports with findings on predetermined objectives.

Of the three municipal entities in the province two, the Dr Kenneth Kaunda Economic Agency (Pty) Ltd and the Rustenburg Water Services Trust submitted books for scrutiny on time. The Moses Kotane Development Agency failed to comply. The two that submitted received financially unqualified audits with findings. Read more...



Mr IS Mfundisi
Deputy Leader

WHAT IS CHRISTIAN DEMOCRACY?

As members of the United Christian Democratic Party, we ought to know that we have to: work, plan, decide, suffer and be happy together; in UNITY (as one).

What remains is that we should be sure that we in, unity, agree on what Christian Democracy is?

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Mr IS Mfundisi
Deputy Leader

FREE REGULAR ELECTIONS

I am not a fan of communists, but there is one ardent communist who has left an impression on me, David Van Wyk. One wonders where this soul is nowadays.

Way back in 1994, when David wrote on holding regular elections and otherwise in the then government publication, Seipone/The Mirror, he stated that there is noting wrong if somebody is elected for the umpteenth time in the same leadership position provided that that organization holds regular, free and democratic elections. Read more...



Mr IS Mfundisi
Deputy Leader

EDUCATION NEEDS ATTENTION

After learning of the dismal showing by pupils in the Annual National Assessments results, we are tempted to reproduce the article we published in Politisweb of 20 July 2010 in which we sought to highlight that the education system followed in this country was never thoroughly researched for the needs of our children.

The results prove that education in the Foundation Phase of our schools system is down and out. Read more...



Mr IS Mfundisi
Deputy Leader

JUNE, THE YOUTH MONTH

I have, in this maiden article for weekly features, decided to write on the youth and look into their ability to lead.

It is unfortunate that this month saw two significant people Mama Albertina Sisulu and Prof Kader Asmal called to a better place.
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