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10/06/2015 – Basic Education Vote

 

10 June 2015 Basic Education Vote Cheryllyn Dudley MP ACDP The ACDP would like to take this opportunity to highlight education challenges still facing children with disabilities. The education of children with disabilities relies heavily on accessibility, correct infrastructure, suitably qualified teachers and assistive devices – if mainstreaming is to be successful these are non-negotiable. […]

 
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09/06/2015 – ACDP NOTES EFFORTS TO ERADICATE EXAM IRREGULARITIES

ACDP Parliament Media Release Cheryllyn Dudley, MP and Whip ACDP NOTES EFFORTS TO ERADICATE EXAM IRREGULARITIES Calls on all concerned to leave no opportunity for irregularities to go undetected ACDP Member of Parliament, Cheryllyn Dudley, today said that: “The ACDP like so many others, has expressed concern over the ‘group copying’ that was uncovered in […]

 
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18/02/2015 – ACDP response to the 2015 State of the Nation Address

18 February 2015 ACDP Parliament Speech by ACDP President, Rev Kenneth Meshoe, MP ACDP response to the 2015 State of the Nation Address “Madam Speaker, Honourable President, Deputy President and members. What happened last Thursday in this House was extremely disappointing, shocking and painful, as we watched Parliament degenerate into chaos. Never before […]

 
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9/07/2014 – Department of Higher Education and Training invites public comment on Articulation Policy

ACDP Parliament Public Notice Cheryllyn Dudley, MP and Chief Whip Department of Higher Education and Training invites public comment on Articulation Policy The Department of Higher Education and Training has published the Report of the Ministerial Committee on Articulation Policy, (Schedule 1) and the advice of the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) on the principles that […]

 
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24/06/2014 – Lack of opportunity for employment biggest challenge facing youth

ACDP Parliament Youth Day: 20 Years of Democracy: Together Advancing Youth Development & Empowerment Speech by Cheryllyn Dudley, MP and Whip Lack of opportunity for employment biggest challenge facing youth Youth in South Africa consist of young women and young men, between the ages of 14 and 35 – most of them going through dramatic […]

 
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19/06/2014 – What is the plan, Honourable President? – asks ACDP

ACDP Parliament Response to SONA, 5th Parliament Speech by ACDP President Rev Kenneth Meshoe, MP What is the plan, Honourable President? – asks ACDP “Honourable President, Honourable Deputy President, Honourable members, Very few people, if any, can confidently claim that the honourable President, during his State of the Nation address on Tuesday evening, was effective […]

 
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13/06/2014 – ACDP acknowledges International Albinism Day

ACDP Parliament Media Statement Cheryllyn Dudley, MP and Whip ACDP acknowledges International Albinism Day ACDP Member of Parliament, Cheryllyn Dudley, said today: “Today, 13th June, is Albinism Day. Albinism is a rare genetic condition that occurs worldwide regardless of ethnicity – sadly people with albinism still face prejudice and isolation in society. The United Nations […]

 
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5/06/2014 – ‘Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng’s speech misinterpreted’ – Rev Kenneth Meshoe

ACDP Parliament Media Statement ACDP President Rev Kenneth Meshoe, MP ‘Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng’s speech misinterpreted’ – Rev Kenneth Meshoe ACDP President and Member of Parliament, Rev Kenneth Meshoe, today responded to statements about the speech on Law & Religion delivered by Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng at the University of Stellenbosch last week. Rev Meshoe says, […]

 
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29/05/2014 – ACDP observes World No-Tobacco Day

ACDP Parliament Media Statement Cheryllyn Dudley, MP and Whip ACDP observes World No-Tobacco Day The ACDP recognizes that on 31 May, ‘World No-Tobacco Day’ will be observed all around the world. The goal is to encourage a 24-hour period of abstinence from all forms of tobacco use across the globe and draw global attention to […]

 
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12/03/2014 – ACDP KZN Manifesto Launch: ACDP targets five key aspects in KwaZulu-Natal

ACDP KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Leader: Jo-Ann Downs (MPL) ACDP-KZN Manifesto Launch   ACDP targets five key aspects in KwaZulu-Natal   South Africa is fast approaching a tipping point, heading towards a crisis of poverty and inequality. A hope for a great future means the possibility of all South Africans achieving a decent standard of […]

 
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26/02/2014 – ACDP broadly supports counter-cyclical budget, given global economic uncertainties and domestic challenges

ACDP Parliament Press Release on the Budget 2014/2015 Steve Swart, ACDP MP ACDP broadly supports counter-cyclical budget, given global economic uncertainties and domestic challenges Focus must be on implementing the National Development Plan, leading to economic growth and job creation Welcomes expenditure on productive side of economy – on infrastructure Cautions on budget deficit, state […]

 
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ACDP Manifesto Launch, Soweto

February 18, 2014

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  *Important correction: Start time is 9:00AM and the President will address the crowd at 13:30PM   ACDP to launch manifesto on Saturday 22 February in Soweto     You are invited to the ACDP’s launch of its manifesto for the 2014 General Election. ACDP President Dr Kenneth Meshoe will address the crowd at *13h00. […]

 
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27/01/2014 – Students at MUT and DUT deserve better – ACDP Youth Foundation

African Christian Democratic Party – Youth Foundation (ACDP-YF) Media Release Ntokozo Zama, ACDP-YF National Chairman   Students at MUT and DUT deserve better – ACDP Youth Foundation ACDP-Youth Foundation National Chairman, Ntokozo Zama has expressed disappointment at Mangasuthu Technicon, Durban University of Technology and the National Student Financial Aid Scheme following unrest and disruption to […]

 
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22/01/2014 – Small child’s death could have been avoided – ACDP Youth Foundation

African Christian Democratic Party – Youth Foundation (ACDP-YF) Media Release Kagiso Monyadiwa (ACDP-YF President)   Small child’s death could have been avoided – ACDP Youth Foundation   The ACDP Youth Foundation is beyond sad by the unfortunate passing of a Grade R pupil, Michael Komape of Mahlodumela Primary school near Polokwabe (Limpopo). Michael fell into a pit […]

 
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20/01/2014 – ACDP Youth Foundation says teen girls are becoming the “disadvantaged” of the future.

ACDP Youth Foundation Sarah Downs Secretary-General   ACDP Youth Foundation says teen girls are becoming the “disadvantaged” of the future.   The ACDP has raised concern over the school pregnancy rates over a number of years. In 2011, ACDP was extremely concerned about the 2062 girls (Ordinary Schools Report), in lower grades, that were pregnant. […]

 
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17/01/2014 – ACDP welcomes plan is to expand capacity access and quality of further training and education

ACDP Parliament Cheryllyn Dudley, MP and Whip   ACDP welcomes plan is to expand capacity access and quality of further training and education   * estimated 3 million young people in SA not employed and not receiving training or education The ACDP today called on The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) to provide […]

 
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15/01/2014 – Success is possible for all Grade 12s says ACDP

ACDP Gauteng Dr Lydia Meshoe, MPL, Provincial Leader Success is possible for all Grade 12s says ACDP “Success is possible for all Grade 12s,” said Gauteng MPL and ACDP provincial leader Dr Lydia Meshoe (MPL) today after visiting Mpontsheng Secondary School in Katlehong to assess their state of readiness for the 2014 school year “Mpontsheng […]

 
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13/01/2014 – Education must be good to create jobs says ACDP

ACDP Gauteng Dr Lydia Meshoe (MPL), Provincial Leader   Education must be good to create jobs says ACDP “Free education is not enough to end unemployment in South Africa,“ said Gauteng leader of the ACDP Dr Lydia Meshoe (MPL) today. “While the ACDP agrees with SADTU that South African education should be free, we also […]

 
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07/01/2014 – More Matric passes should mean more jobs says ACDP

Media release from the Gauteng leader of the ACDP Dr Lydia Meshoe   More Matric passes should mean more jobs says ACDP   “The ACDP congratulates all the Grade 12 learners and teachers who worked hard in 2013,” said Gauteng leader of the ACDP Dr Lydia Meshoe (MPL) today. “Many learners studied by candle-light; many […]

 
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07/01/2014 – ACDP Youth Foundation congratulates class of 2013 but concerned by standard set by Department of Education

Media Release Ntokozo Zama ACDP Youth Foundation – National Chairman   ACDP Youth Foundation congratulates class of 2013 but concerned by standard set by Department of Education   ACDP YF National Chairman Ntokozo Zama has applauded the work shown by the class of 2013 with achieving the 78.2% pass mark. This has set a good […]

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