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25/2/2016 – STATEMENT VIOLENCE AND HOOLIGANISM ON UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES

STATEMENT VIOLENCE AND HOOLIGANISM ON UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES Rev. KRJ Meshoe MP 25 February 2016 The ACDP strongly condemns the ongoing violence and destruction of property during protests and strikes in our country, particularly at university campuses. While we understand and support the legitimate demands of students such as free education and proper accomodation, we will […]

 
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22/02/2016 – ACDP calls for bold and decisive steps from Gordhan’s budget

 

ACDP Parliament ACDP Budget Expectations Steve Swart, MP ACDP calls for bold and decisive steps from Gordhan’s budget Looming sovereign ratings downgrade must be avoided Investor confidence must be restored Economic growth must be stimulated to create jobs Drought in an already weak economy may cause recession ACDP MP and member of the Standing Committee […]

 
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26/12/2015 – ACDP concerned re Cabinet decision to go ahead with nuclear procurement programme

January 2, 2016

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. ACDP concerned re Cabinet decision to go ahead with nuclear procurement programme * says building of more nuclear power stations will not only be financially disastrous but potentially disastrous ito environment aswell. * decision goes against global trends and not based on available information. ACDP MP Cheryllyn Dudley said today that “The ACDP does […]

 
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25/11/2015 – Environmental Affairs: Statement on Climate Change: National Impact & International Negotiations

 

ACDP Parliament Environmental Affairs: Statement on Climate Change: National Impact & International Negotiations By Cheryllyn Dudley, MP and Whip Nuclear waste should concern us more The ACDP thanks you Honourable Minister for a rational approach to issues of ‘Climate Change’ – an approach that does not ignore development and job creation. An interesting perspective on […]

 
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10/11/2015 – STATEMENT ON THE CRL RIGHTS COMMISSION’S INVESTIGATION ON CHURCHES

 

ACDP Parliament Media Statement ACDP President, Rev Kenneth Meshoe, MP STATEMENT ON THE CRL RIGHTS COMMISSION’S INVESTIGATION ON CHURCHES The ACDP acknowledges that the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities is responding to concerns and complaints raised by a broad cross section of society with […]

 
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03/10/2015 – 2ND GLOBAL TUBERCULOSIS CAUCUS OF PARLIAMENTARIANS

 

2ND GLOBAL TUBERCULOSIS CAUCUS OF PARLIAMENTARIANS ACDP MP Cheryllyn Dudley   Statement The theme of this year’s World TB Day, “Reach the 3 Million: Reach, Treat, Cure Everyone” reflects the reality of a large proportion of tuberculosis patients going undetected each year, resulting in continued mortality, transmission and growing drug resistance. Clearly greater attention does […]

 
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29/10/2015 – PetroSA exploration mission of more than R12 billion a great concern – says ACDP

 

ACDP PARLIAMENT STATEMENT IN THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY STEVE SWART, MP PetroSA exploration mission of more than R12 billion a great concern – says ACDP “At a time when state departments are facing with severe budgetary constraints, and there is a scramble to find additional funding for tertiary education, it is shocking that parastatals continue to […]

 
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03/09/2015 – STATEMENT – ADOPTION SOCIAL WORK

 

STATEMENT – ADOPTION SOCIAL WORK Cheryllyn Dudley MP ACDP The ACDP acknowledges work being done on amendments to the Children’s Act which includes attention to improving the adoption process. A process that is currently leaving many adoption social workers feeling frustrated and disrespected. A spokesperson on the Professional Board for Social Work at the SA […]

 
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28/07/2015 – Statement by Dr Max Price, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Town, regarding the matter of ZIZIPHO PAE

 

ACDP Parliament Office of the Chief Whip, Cheryllyn Dudley, MP Statement by Dr Max Price, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Town, regarding the matter of ZIZIPHO PAE “We have no future unless it is a shared future we must respect each others right to hold a different opinion from our own and each other’s […]

 
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