Open Letter to the CRL Commission Chairperson - Ms Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva   

Written by Christelle Niemandt. Posted in Letters

After several attempts to seek audience with your honourable self, you ultimately and reluctantly, I suppose, appointed your Obed Semono and Brian Makeketa to meet me on October 31, 2018 at your Braamfontein (Johannesburg) Offices. Video clips exists of statements I put to them
I proposed an alternative solution opposed to your proposed solution of a Parliamentary regulation.

Is there maybe an election coming?

Written by Christelle Niemandt. Posted in Letters

For a long time (many years) our so called CAPITAL city of the NW has been plagued by potholes, rubbish strewn on virtually every street and corner and especially at the various entrances to the town.
Many street lights and traffic lights do not work. On the road from Zeerust we also have street disco lights that seem to flicker on and off throughout the night. Roads are virtually impossible to negotiate due to the huge potholes and traders, while Main street through town is disintegrating. It is a huge disgrace. Why would any tourist want to visit our town?

Buying for student Accommodation

Written by Christelle Niemandt. Posted in Letters

‘Buying for student Accommodation’ - If you have an intention of buying property then it is better to start planning early. The Mafikeng property market is not cheap and buyers are often scrambling for very little options. You stand a better chance of buying in the location of your choice if you are better financially prepared. We find many clients are requesting to buy properties that are closer to the university and the training college because of the potential of student accommodation income. As such, many seller’s asking price is based not on the value of the property but on the potential of the location.

The phasing out of Afrikaans at the University of Pretoria marks the end of an era of misery for black students

Written by Christelle Niemandt. Posted in Letters

The Education for Social Justice Foundation (ESJF) salute the University of Pretoria for taking a conscious decision to phase out Afrikaans as the medium of teaching. The ESJF strongly believes that this development marks the end of era of misery and disillusionment for hundreds of thousands of black students who studied at the university in the since the dawn of democracy.

Statement by the Provincial Task Team of the African National Congress in the North West Province on the outcomes of its provincial Lekgotla

Written by Christelle Niemandt. Posted in Letters

The Provincial Task Team of the ANC in the province met in its annual Lekgotla and the gathering was attended by Alliance partners, deployed cadres in legislature and in both provincial and local government, to monitor progress on implementation of our programme of socio-economic transformation.

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