Media Releases

FF Plus still maintains principled stand against toll roads

2013-10-15
Adv Anton Alberts

The Freedom Front Plus is currently considering a possible high court application to have the E-Toll Act declared unconstitutional which would stop the Gauteng e-toll system. The party’s legal team is in the process of formulating an opinion about the road ahead.

In the meantime it is also... Read more


South Africa’s future is being placed on the altar for money with hydro fracturing

2013-10-11
Adv Anton Alberts

If hydro fracturing was to take place in perfect circumstances, it would already be a huge risk. In South Africa, with its scarce water resources and a government which in the process apparently places money above conservation, it could hold disastrous consequences, Adv. Anton Alberts, the Freedom... Read more


Paul Kruger’s birthday shows the importance of a people’s history

2013-10-10
Dr Pieter Mulder

Paul Kruger was born on this day in 1825. For many he is unquestionably the greatest leader which the Afrikaner people has ever produced and it is important that historical dates such ads this one does not disappear from a people’s cultural treasure chest, Dr. Pieter Mulder, leader of the... Read more


FF Plus to continue its struggle against e-tolls

2013-10-09
Adv Anton Alberts

The struggle against the ANC government’s apparent desperate attempt to enforce the contentious e-toll system is still not a thing of the past, Adv. Anton Alberts, the Freedom Front Plus’ parliamentary spokesperson on Transport says.

Outa asked the court to find that no e-tolls should... Read more


Ngubeni should still be prosecuted

2013-10-09
Wouter Wessels

The Freedom Front Plus Youth welcomes the decision of the NYDA council, to fire Mr. Stephen Ngubeni as Chief Executive Officer with immediate effect.

“The FF Plus Youth is of the opinion that the investigation into the alleged fraud and financial mismanagement should be completed and that he ... Read more


Renewable energy resources and new technology have to keep the earth’s food basket full in the future

2013-10-08
Dr Pieter Mulder

“The use of renewable energy such as wind and solar energy will have to play a larger role in the agricultural production system in future,” Dr. Pieter Mulder, the deputy minister of agriculture, forestry and fisheries says.

To say that the world as we know it today will not be able to ... Read more


ANC intensifies the economic war against minorities

2013-10-07
Adv Anton Alberts

“The ANC has with the amendment of the Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Act and accompanying B-BBEE codes, intensified the economic war against minorities, and especially white men,” Adv. Anton Alberts, the parliamentary spokesperson on Trade and Industry says.

This... Read more


Selebi and medical parole

2013-10-07
Dr Pieter Groenewald

Jackie Selebi’s shopping spree this weekend makes a mockery of parole and undermines the criminal justice system in South Africa. Medical parole is being used as a political instrument to get loyal ANC supporters out of jail. The message is that if one has the right political connections, one ... Read more


Problems with strikes at BMW South Africa will push the EU and its member states further away from SA

2013-10-03
Adv Anton Alberts

The destructive effect of strikes in, amongst others, the motor vehicle production sector, as can be seen at BMW South Africa currently, could push important trade partners such as the European Union (EU) further away from South Africa, Adv. Anton Alberts, the Freedom Front Plus’... Read more


Let Koloane undergo a lie-detector test about landing of Gupta guests at Waterkloof

2013-10-03
Dr Pieter Groenewald

“The former chief of state protocol, Bruce Koloane, is the person who could say whether President Zuma had any knowledge and gave permission for the landing of the Gupta guests at the Waterkloof Air Force base. Koloane later denied that Zuma had given permission and said that he (Koloane) had ... Read more


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