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YOUR GUIDE TO FINDING SPECIFIC AREAS OF INTEREST:
As the Economic Freedom Charter has developed over the past six months, we need to structure and index/guide to where you will find aspects of interest to you.
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Forum is Locked INDEX/GUIDE TO NAVIGATING AROUND THE FORUM.
In order to achieve Economic Freedom we need to start by recruiting one million contributors to a 'charter' that will set the standards on how we are going to achieve economic freedom for our country.
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12-17-2012 10:18 AM
by Cedric

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Reconciliation or Revolution: Land Reform is critical:
In Zulu culture the ‘washing of the spears’ takes place after a war between two groups. We are criticized when we talk the Zulu Culture; not everyone is Zulu, and not everyone believes in the Zulu Culture. I am white, although my white friends are starting to doubt me, but it is not difficult to understand the concept of the Zulu Culture’s ‘washing of the spears’, I understand the power of what can be achieved, so we invite you to open your minds.
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Forum Contains New Posts Your grandfather stole everything from my grandfather:
Your grandfather stole everything from my grandfather, is a comment that I have heard in the Townships often. Only when my black persona, BC - black Cedric, asks my white persona, WC, - white Cedric to explain, does he have a closer look. All the posts pre Jan 2014 is a reflection of how I saw my heritage before.
Sub Forums: Forum Contains New PostsYOUR GRANDFATHER STOLE EVERYTHING FROM MY GRANDFATHER, I often heard, yet ignored. , Forum Contains New PostsBackground to where this topic is taking me: Part, my initial thoughts:, and 3 more.
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01-27-2014 03:16 PM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Reconciliation or Revolution - Diary Entry 1:
In the following forums our attempt to reconcile attracted attention, and much conflict. I accept that my understanding contributed to the conflict, and therefore, Diary Entry 1, reflects my change in thinking:
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01-04-2014 02:53 PM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Reconciliation or Revolution Diary Entry (2)
As we discuss the NDP and ask a Facebook friend his opinion, he responds with a comment that you will have found in many of my pages.
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01-08-2014 08:58 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Reconciliation Day
16th December 1838, the Battle of Blood River, as us whites know the day, as we know the history passed down by the Afrikaner descendants of the ‘war’ between the Afrikaner Trekkers and the Zulu warriors, and we have allowed the 16th December, to be celebrated as our ‘Day of the Covenant’ and now, the ‘Day of Reconciliation’.
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11-09-2013 11:40 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Washing of Spears:
In the event of ‘washing the spears together’ the two groups look at the damage done to both groups, and discuss the rehabilitation of the damage done to both communities, and then put plans to rehabilitate the damage in place.  
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11-09-2013 11:43 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Event, 15th 16th December 2013:
Uku gezwa kwe Mikhonto. - It is time for the washing of spears. Venue: East and West banks of the Ncume / Blood River: I say it is time, others will ask, “Is it not too late?” Should it have been done in 1888? 1910? 1948? or 1994? It is never too late, the time to do it is when the two groups decide that they wish to go forward in peace, to create a sustainable future for all the children of South Africa.
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11-09-2013 11:49 AM
by Cedric

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CONTACT THE FORUM:
If you wish to make any comment, you are welcome, please do so though the contact provision at the bottom of page. SPAM control on this site is a problem, so we have made it difficult to post directly.
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ECONOMIC FREEDOM CHARTER
2012, eighteen years into our New Democracy and Economic Freedom is still not reached our people. If anything, the restrictions that have been placed on the still disadvantaged has isolated them more from the Economy. As a country, we need to make the changes.
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Forum is Locked Executive Summary of the Economic Freedom Charter
A brief look at the intention of the Economic Freedom Charter
1 1 Executive Summary; Econo...
10-30-2012 05:13 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked The Movement
The Movement Description
2 2 The Draft Structure of th...
10-29-2012 06:49 PM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Invite to Participate in Economic Freedom
Invitation to participate
1 3 The Invitation to Partici...
11-01-2012 08:25 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Preamble to Economic Freedom
Preamble to Economic Freedom
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11-02-2012 11:44 AM
by Cedric

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CLOSING THE ECONOMIC DIVIDE:
Having been invited to address the SALTA one-day national conference, and needing to break away from discussing the reasons why we should allow the shebeen industry to survive, I need to delve deeper into the ECONOMIC aspects that divide the rich and the poor. This continues to transform me, and I trust will give this blog direction as we proceed.
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Forum is Locked Closing the Economic Divide
As a non-economist driving the Economic Freedom Charter, I have faced many questions from mainly the black, previously disadvantaged people. For the rest of us, whether like me, know very little about economics, we all seem to believe that we do. On November the 27th November I have been invited to address the SALTA one-day national conference, “DEEPENING ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION”, so I need to dig into understanding the existing economic divide.
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11-26-2012 05:19 PM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Shebeen Industry launches Transformation
The SALTA conference on the 27th November 2012 was motivating. At no stage was the typical license/raid threat the driving content of the conference. No, the entire day was spend on Economic Transformation, removal of restrictions, inclusion, it was an hounour to participate.
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11-28-2012 07:15 AM
by Cedric

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DIFFERENTIAL MINIMUM WAGE STRUCTURE:
Our traditional minimum wage structure results in a minimum wage applicable to the majority of employees, irrespective of the length of service. In the Security Industry example, you will find that a guard with twenty years experience will be receiving the same wage that an employee with two years experience.
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Forum is Locked DIFFERENTIAL MINIMUM WAGE STRUCTURE:
I use the Security Guarding sector as an example as this sector impacts on every person in this country, many as employees, and the rest of us as users. The differential minimum wage structure can be applied to the Farm Labourers, Mining Industry, Domestic Workers, and every other sector.
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12-03-2012 10:42 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Min Wage is the max wage
November 2012, The De Doorns farmers are being attacked by the farm workers, protesting for higher wages. The involvement of the politicians, the employer and employee groups, in general looking at the agricultural sector as a total, is typical of the problems that we have created in the country.
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11-08-2012 11:31 AM
by Cedric

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ECONOMIC'S & THE HEALTH SECTOR:
As we give thought and advice to the world on 1st December, International Aids day, let us look at how we economically empower our communities through he health sector?? Where this Economic Freedom Charter is focussed on encouraging changes in the the attitude of the large private sector participants, Health and Education requires political intervention.
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Forum is Locked Health, Private vs Public
As we give thought and advice to the world on 1st December, International Aids day, let us look at how we economically empower our communities through he health sector?? Where this Economic Freedom Charter is focussed on encouraging changes in the the attitude of the large private sector participants, Health and Education requires political intervention.
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12-03-2012 06:33 AM
by Corruptiongone

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SUPPLEMENTARY ECONOMY:
Following Friday SAFM Morning Live Interview Mr. Malik Arafat of Soweto makes contact, we discover mindsets that have much in common. Differential Min Wage Structure and a few more of our concepts are questioned. As we discuss the two economies, Capitalist and maybe Socialist/Informal Economy, we agree that we can combine our efforts, and after brief discussion we decide that we will define the second Economy as "SUPPLEMENTARY ECONOMY" and develop the Supplementary Economy to a level where the Supplementary, will develop our Capitalist Economy.
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Forum is Locked Supplementary Economy;
Following Friday SAFM Morning Live Interview Mr. Malik Arafat of Soweto makes contact, we discover mindsets that have much in common. Differential Min Wage Structure and a few more of our concepts are questioned. As we discuss the two economies, Capitalist and maybe Socialist/Informal Economy, we agree that we can combine our efforts, and after brief discussion we decide that we will define the second Economy as "SUPPLEMENTARY ECONOMY" and develop the Supplementary Economy to a level where the Supplementary, will improve our Capitalist Economy.
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12-09-2012 12:18 PM
by Cedric

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EDUCATION BUSINESS PLAN:
The 2012 Annual National Assessments give every South African a reason to be concerned, enough to participate in finding a solution: In Grade 6 Mathematics, the average performance is 27% as compared to 30% in 2011. Provincial performance ranges between 21% and 33%. I guess this is also understandable noting that improvements in mathematical skills require the acquisition of conceptual skills first for learners to make the necessary progress. In Grade 9 Mathematics, the average performance is 13%. Provincial performance ranges between 9% and 17%. These results explain to a very large extent why among many other reasons, we have such high failure and dropout rates at Grades 10 and 11.
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Forum is Locked Educational Business Plan
This forum is aimed at discussing the perceived failure of the education system, while considering a Business Plan that will break free from the Politically Correct.
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12-10-2012 08:22 AM
by Cedric

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ECONOMIC FREEDOM CHARTER, EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
A brief insight into the various areas that we will cover during our discussions and debates as we seek to find the accepted basis for the Economic Freedom Charter.
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Forum is Locked Economic Freedom Charter, EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
A brief insight into the various areas that we will cover during our discussions and debates as we seek to find the accepted basis for the Economic Freedom Charter.
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12-17-2012 10:37 AM
by Cedric

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ARM
Africanist Regeneration Movement:
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Africanist Regeneration Movement; the new political face based on People Power:
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04-14-2013 05:54 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked ARM - Philosophy:
Africanist Regeneration Movement Philosophy:
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04-14-2013 05:48 AM
by Cedric

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INVASION OF OUR INFORMAL ECONOMY:
As we debate whether it is Xenophobia or Crime, we do not look deep enough into the local problems to understand the triggers that are causing the violence.
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Forum is Locked Foreign National Invasion of our Informal Economy
What is the impact of the Foreign National invasion
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10-31-2012 06:35 AM
by Cedric

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LABOUR LEGISLATION, WHY IT HAMPERS ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT:
During the past few years we have heard the criticism of the economy not investing profits that they have sitting in the bank in any ‘employment creation’ businesses. On the occasions that we do discuss this matter, we will always hear the comment that our labour legislation results in the fear to employ any labour.
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Forum is Locked The Furniture Manufacturing Industry, 1984/90.
During the 1984 to 1986 period I was personally involved in the extension of the Industrial Council of the Furniture Manufacturing Industries agreement on minimum wages and allied restrictive conditions on area outside of the council members area.
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10-30-2012 07:30 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked A look back at how restrictions impact on our labour legislations today - 2:
A look at academics, business people and politicians warning to the elite manufacturers that were ignored, opening the doors to Chinese replacements. During the past few years we have heard the criticism of the economy not investing profits that they have sitting in the bank in any ‘employment creation’ businesses. On the occasions that we do discuss this matter, we will always hear the comment that our labour legislation results in the fear to employ any labour.
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10-30-2012 07:21 AM
by Cedric

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UNSHACKLE YOUR SKILLS & FLY HIGH:
As part of the Directly Empowering Black Townships & Rural areas, we have introduced the Life-skills curriculum, Tackling the Tough Skills, developed through the University of Missouri. We have done ten workshops, and as we extend into the economic Freedom Charter we are preparing a modified curriculum that we can link to communities who will be skilled to empower the community.
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Forum is Locked UnSHACKLE YOUR SKILLS & FLY HIGH:
This forum is the introduction to the "Tackling the tough Skills" curriculum that Cedric is distributing to community participants. The curriculum is aimed at taking people form Poverty to Employment, through the development of the following skills, ATTITUDE. RESPONSIBILITY, COMMUNICATING, DECISION MAKING AND RESPONSIBILITY.
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11-07-2012 03:54 PM
by Cedric

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INFORMAL TRADERS, THEIR MARKET IS THE TARGET OF THE FORMAL:
In western culture the by-laws, imposed buy the formal sector on the informal sector, always protected the wealthy. A year back, I would still have supported this concept, but today, as I focus on the South African situation, not very western/european, I see that this system can't survive in a society where we have a greater market in the informal sector.
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Forum is Locked INFORMAL TRADERS & SPAZA SHOPS:
South Africa has allowed the development of the Informal Trader and Spaza shop through the inability of the formal sector to provide formal distribution outlets in the black areas. Today, these Informal traders, having established the market areas in all these black communities are being pushed out of the economy. Add to this, the complete exclusion from the 'economic centers' of the country.
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04-14-2013 07:04 AM
by Cedric

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Mining Industry:
South Africa is built on the Wealth of the Mining Industry through the mineral content of the country. Since the early 1900's, black people have cried to share in the mining industry wealth, while sweating blood and tears to make the investors wealthy. In 1995, the Freedom Charter decreed that this wealth should be shared be the 'people'. Today the people are in a position to decide how this wealth is going to be shared.
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Forum is Locked Mining Industry:
South Africa is built on the Wealth of the Mining Industry through the mineral content of the country. Since the early 1900's, black people have cried to share in the mining industry wealth, while sweating blood and tears to make the investors wealthy. In 1995, the Freedom Charter decreed that this wealth should be shared be the 'people'. Today the people are in a position to decide how this wealth is going to be shared.
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04-14-2013 06:40 AM
by Cedric

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THE SHEBEEN INDUSTY, THE FORMAL BUT ILLEGAL TRADER;
We don't often talk about the shebeen industry as an Informal Trader, they have a lot of formal in their operations. We would like to call them illegal, we would like to close them due to the principle that alcohol abuse causes woman and child abuse. But we are not addressing the problems, no, we are opening the doors for the elite to capture the biggest and most luct=rative market in the country.
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Forum is Locked South African Liquor Traders Association (Gauteng)
The SALTA (Gauteng) is hosting a one-day national conference, Theme: Deepening Economic Transformation within the Liquor Industry Post 1994 - Challenges and Opportunities. This time around, the SMMEs would like to be involved meaningfully in deliberations which are mainly for them, with them and by them.
1 1 SALTA (Gauteng) hosting o...
11-21-2012 06:36 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Save the SHEBEEN INDUSTRY:
We should not only save the shebeen industry, but as an industry that can be linked to the mining sector for potential wealth, we should be extending the distribution of the golden liquid into every corner of our informal trading.
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10-29-2012 07:40 PM
by Cedric

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THE LOCAL TAXI INDUSTRY;
I watched the taxi industry grow. It did not irritate me till it became a media target in 2000. Why the target, maybe, driven by the elite structures we were targeting the potential income from the profitable business.
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Forum is Locked We all HATE THE TAXI, BUT WE MUST SAVE THE INDUSTRY:
We have been programmed to hate the taxi, but is is the only genuinely black industry in the country today, and the only industry that takes money into the rural and township communities.
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12-14-2012 07:07 AM
by Cedric

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HOW DO WE BECOME ENTREPRENEURS >>> PLEASE ADD YOUR INDIVIDUAL SKILL ON THIS CATEGORY:
An obstacle that we are faced with in our country is that historically we are not Entrepreneurs, the restrictive ‘red tape’ part of the reason, but the job reservations system and restrictions on what our black community could do, and where, has contributed to the lack of an entrepreneur tradition.
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Forum is Locked How do we become entrepreneurs? Part 3/3
An obstacle that we are faced with in our country is that historically we are not Entrepreneurs, the restrictive ‘red tape’ part of the reason, but the job reservations system and restrictions on what our black community could do, and where, has contributed to the lack of an entrepreneur tradition. We invite you to bring your skills to this forum.
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11-03-2012 10:28 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked How do we become entrepreneurs? Part 2/3
An obstacle that we are faced with in our country is that historically we are not Entrepreneurs, the restrictive ‘red tape’ part of the reason, but the job reservations system and restrictions on what our black community could do, and where, has contributed to the lack of an entrepreneur tradition. We invite you to bring your skills to this forum.
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11-03-2012 10:19 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked How do we become entrepreneurs? Part 1/3
An obstacle that we are faced with in our country is that historically we are not Entrepreneurs, the restrictive ‘red tape’ part of the reason, but the job reservations system and restrictions on what our black community could do, and where, has contributed to the lack of an entrepreneur tradition. We invite you to bring your skills to this forum.
1 1 How do we become Entrepre...
11-03-2012 10:17 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked How DO WE BECOME ENTREPRENEURS??
An obstacle that we are faced with in our country is that historically we are not Entrepreneurs, the restrictive ‘red tape’ part of the reason, but the job reservations system and restrictions on what our black community could do, and where, has contributed to the lack of an entrepreneur tradition. We invite you to bring your skills to this forum.
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10-30-2012 04:02 PM
by Cedric

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TOURISM INDUSTRY; WHY NOT 'RESPONSIBLE TRAVEL'?
After 1994 South African maintained their Euro-centric belief in what the international tourists would like to experience in South Africa. Never did we think that the international community, long denied the interaction with the African people would love to come and visit the people. Even white South Africans go to Africa to meet with the magic of Africa.
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Forum is Locked Responsible Travel, Kruger Park from the homes of local indigenous people.
As the Economic Freedom Charter movement starts to develop, Cedric, through Taste of Africa drives one of the most exciting Responsible Travel initiatives. The must do Big 5, and the Kruger National Park is the vehicle that will allow the communities, many displaced by the establishment of the Park, to start to become part of the global world. Your support will be appreciated.
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11-15-2012 07:45 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Favela on 6th Alexandra Township
As part of our contribution to empowering the poverty groups, we have started training "homeless" tour guides in Johannesburg, Hillbrow and Alexandra. Over two weeks this has developed to home-stay in the Favela on 6th Alexandra Township.
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02-04-2013 08:29 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Tourism, LET US LEAD THE WAY IN TRANSFORMATION:
South Africa has taken the slow route as we transformed our country, let us use Tourism to speed things up.
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10-29-2012 11:08 PM
by Cedric

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SECURITY INDUSTRY; GUARDING INDUSTRY:
My security sector participation, and in particular the period as a member of the illustrious Security Officers Interim Board, late 1999, early 2000, gives me insight into tremendous increase in both the numbers of private security officers employed, and the profits that are potentially being reaped. The lack of transformation to the grass-roots community is obvious, both through the participation in the industry, and the ability to afford a security service.
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Forum is Locked LET US TRANSFORM THE SECURITY INDUSTRY;
The focus of the industry is to get rid of what they would like to refer to as the ‘fly-by-night, the small operator who undercut prices, and allegedly were the cause of all problems in the industry. It is now ten years down the line, the number of guards have increased from 200 000 to 400 000, the cost of security would have increased by sixty percent, the industry is over regulated, and we must ask ourselves whether the level of crime has reduced in the protected suburban areas???
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10-30-2012 08:05 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Annual Registration Fees for the Unemployed:
As we comment on 10000 Medical Practitioners removed from the register, we seem to be missing the fact that 6500, mainly Emergency Rescue operatives, are unemployed. If we looked closer you will hear that those, who find employment need to go through the process of reapplying, paying outstanding and penalties. The Security Industry is no different, just how many other control structures do the same? Why must the unemployed pay?
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11-06-2012 09:40 AM
by Cedric

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RDP HOUSING AS A BASE FOR ECONOMIC FREEDOM
We are of the opinion that any South African who qualifies for the provision of subsidized housing, should effectively be entitled to a guarantee for the monetary value and have full say for how that money is spent.
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Forum is Locked RDP HOUSING AS A BASE FOR ECONOMIC FREEDOM
We are of the opinion that any South African who qualifies for the provision of subsidized housing, should effectively be entitled to a guarantee for the monetary value and have full say for how that money is spent.
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10-30-2012 08:22 AM
by Cedric

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AGRICULTURE LAND REFORM - FOOD AND WATER SECURITY
Our rural communities need support in rural development and Land Reform, add to this, we need to secure our Food and Water, those who have this security will be wealthy in ten years time.
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Forum is Locked PLANT A DOOR:
Gauteng, Friday 15th August, 2008. - Thanks to the generous partnership donations from the public, following the very successful launch of the ‘Plant a Door’ project at Garden World’s Spring Festival, (running till the 31st August), the first thirty vegetable gardens were planted in the Soweto homes today.
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10-30-2012 12:29 PM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked URBAN AGRICULTURE:
This forum is aimed at encouraging Urban Vegetable Farmers to unite:
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07-13-2013 11:43 PM
by rjthomas
Forum is Locked Cedric comment of AGRICULTURE LAND REFORM - FOOD AND WATER SECURITY
Let us have a commitment to developing our Agriculture around our rural communities. Let us establish co-operatives, let us establish partnerships, let us establish emerging farmers, let us plant in our back-yards.
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10-30-2012 08:16 AM
by Cedric

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SPORTS TRANSFORMATION, HAS THE QUOTA SYSTEM WORKED??
The lack of sports transformation, particularly what could have been achieved in this country, is an indictment on the Economic Freedom of our poverty groups.
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Forum is Locked Let us transform our sporting codes..
Our country celebrates all sports achievements, the excellent, the good, and the mediocre. We continually make statements that sport is uniting the country.
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10-30-2012 09:39 AM
by Cedric

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TRADITIONAL AUTHORITY & TRADITIONAL LEADERS:
My experience in our rural village is impacted on the almost conflict of interest, political vs traditional, that seems to cause rural development to stagnate, no rather deteriorate. Service delivery is poor, most villagers have little access to water, electricity in some areas difficult to get.
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Forum is Locked Traditional Council & Rural Development: 2
My experience in our rural village is impacted on the almost conflict of interest, political vs traditional, that seems to cause rural development to stagnate, no rather deteriorate. Service delivery is poor, most villagers have little access to water, electricity in some areas difficult to get.
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10-30-2012 03:16 PM
by Cedric

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Personal Feelings:
This forum is aimed at encouraging personal attitudes and feelings, where others can start to see the others inner feelings. Note; this category will be moderated to prevent attack on personal feelings;
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Forum is Locked My personal attitude and feelings:
Please provide us with a personal comment about our economic transformation. This forum will be moderated.
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12-01-2012 10:57 AM
by Cedric

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CORRUPTION, RESTRICTING ECONOMIC FREEDOM
Dear Sir, I salute your efforts, just believe that you are wasting your time if CORRUPTION is not the driving force behind ECONOMIC FREEDOM. Every restriction that you talk about, originates in a form of corruption. Our politicians are dying, to particpate in the lucrative corruption process. Please create a category that will allow us to debate and find solutions to the corruption. FH
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Forum is Locked How does corruption impact on economic freedom:
Dear Sir, I salute your efforts, just believe that you are wasting your time if CORRUPTION is not the driving force behind ECONOMIC FREEDOM. Every restriction that you talk about, originates in a form of corruption. Our politicians are dying, to particpate in the lucrative corruption process. Please create a category that will allow us to debate and find solutions to the corruption. FH
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Forum is Locked A LOOK AT OUR ORIGINS OF "UNITY IN DIVERSITY" 2
To what extent has the slogan of our 'Coat of Arms, and in particular the politicians, first the Apartheid Nationalist Government, then the ANC Governments promotion of this slogan, not just been keeping us in our comfort-zones, not needing us to look any closer at where we have come from, or where we are going to.
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10-29-2012 07:11 PM
by Cedric

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DRY TOILET VS PIT TOILET VS DELAY ON RDP HOUSES"
My wife Nettie and I have developed a Dry Toilet for use at our Village home rather than using the Pit Toilet. As we get this initiative moving we will introduce this aspect into the Economic Freedom principles. Let's go Green
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Forum is Locked Dry TOILET, I manage my own waste:
Let's go green.
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10-30-2012 04:11 PM
by Cedric

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DIRECTLY EMPOWERING BLACK TOWNSHIPS & RURAL AREAS:
This initiative, launched by us on the 6th April 2010, it is basically a mentoring system, aimed at encouraging a large group of skilled people to transfer skills, while transferring social skills to the ‘still disadvantaged’ communities.
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Forum is Locked DEBT: 2
This initiative, launched by us on the 6th April 2010, it is basically a mentoring system, aimed at encouraging a large group of skilled people to transfer skills, while transferring social skills to the ‘still disadvantaged’ communities.
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10-30-2012 10:08 AM
by Cedric

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Cedric's personal reflections:
We all need a little reflection on whether we are giving passionate concern for our choice, and others choices.
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Forum is Locked Understanding a Racist
Long before our new democracy I considered myself to be ‘not racist’. “I hate being called a racist, ……….”   Join the group.
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12-03-2012 03:00 PM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked An open letter to the President:
Reflection on what this Economic Freedom Charter is all about.
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01-12-2013 03:19 PM
by Jebo
Forum is Locked MY HERITAGE
A little introspection, a little reflection, what is my heritage, and what will I leave to my children.
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10-30-2012 11:05 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Cedric BIO, for introduction to SALTA workshop.
As I prepare for my greatest challenge I am asked from a brief BIO. How do I explain my historical background, how do I explain why I wish to address the SA National Liquor Traders workshop.
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11-25-2012 05:29 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked What is Racism?? Who is Racist??
YAY! Cedric's done it! Congratulations, my friend. You have added a subtle flavour and uniquely South African texture to the ancient art of Irony. I believe your letter might ruffle a few of the more subtle feathers feeding around the 'free grain bin' that is our society. The lesser lights, however, might not catch your meaning. Well Done! R
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01-19-2013 08:53 PM
by Jebo

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A GLIMPSE AT THE SIX YEARS OF DEVELOPMENT:
In June 2011, following five years of gradual development, frustrated that none of my communication was being taken seriously, I self-published my first of two manuscripts, "If you don't like it here, Leave", in an attempt to get my message across. The concept that their was such a thing as 'white hate' in our country condemned my writings to the waste basket. As my second manuscript was in process, I found it even more necessary to take these past six years forward, and thus the Economic Freedom Charter was born. Have a look at extracts from the manuscript:
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Forum is Locked Perceived 'white hate'
Chapter 2, "If you don't like it here, Leave"
1 1 Perceived 'white hate'
10-30-2012 11:25 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked White hate? - 'Impossible'
Chapter 3, "If you don't like it here, Leave"
1 1 White Hate, - 'Impossible...
10-30-2012 11:27 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Survival Triangle
Chapter 4, "If you don't like it here, Leave"
1 1 Survival Triangle
10-30-2012 11:29 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked The Invisible War
Chapter 6 and extract from chapter 7, "If you don't like it here, Leave"
1 1 The Invisible War.
10-30-2012 11:31 AM
by Cedric
Forum is Locked Time for the washing of the spears: Uku gezwa kwe Mikhonto
Chapter 11, "If you don't like it here, Leave"
1 1 Time for washing of the s...
10-30-2012 11:34 AM
by Cedric

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