TO A FUTURE OF PEACE AND PROSPERITY

The Cape Party stands for greater economic and political independence for the Cape.

 

We are being robbed economically.
We are being racially and culturally oppressed.
It is our choice! We can end this and build a prosperous country!

If the ANC-controlled South African government will not negotiate with us to stop its policy of persecution against the Cape and its people, then we will be forced to pursue our only option…

Through legal and peaceful means we will strive towards a democratic referendum in which we, the people of the Cape, may decide our own future and destiny as an independent state…

Events

October – November 2020

Cape Party Roadshow (Various Towns in the Western Cape)

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Economics

The Division of Revenue Act/Bill is an account of all of the revenue collected in South Africa through direct and indirect taxes. It is broken into National, Provincial and Local spheres of government.

FAQ

Is the Independence of the Cape really possible?

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Polls

Should the Cape be an independent country? Make your vote.

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Law

The right to self-determination is a universal and intrinsic human right. Governments govern by the consent of the governed.

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Cape History

Going back into recorded history Southern Africa was largely populated by the nomadic Khoisan people. The Bantu migration from Northern and Central Africa resulted in the extensive displacement of the Khoisan as the Bantu tribes (primarily Nguni) expanded southward. The Khoisan resisted the Bantu migration up to the borders that today form the Cape.

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Manifesto

Our Manifesto for a Strong and Prosperous Cape.

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TO A FUTURE OF PEACE AND PROSPERITY

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***Mr Ramaphosa, your party has ignored pleas to help farmers for decades. Your article on news24 this morning is further evidence that you don't acknowledge an orchestrated campaign to drive farmers off the land they have worked for generations***

For years and years the media, government and big parties criminally ignored this issue. Gruesome photos emerged on social media and on websites showing the scale and brutality of farm murders. The sheer cruelty of many of these attacks is hard to speak of.

The South African media has mocked those standing up for the safety of farmers. They poured scorn on American commentator Tucker Carlson for raising the issue on his show. An Australian law maker who dared speak of a "genocide" was similarly lampooned.

The official opposition, having lost a sizable chunk of white Afrikaans voters has suddenly discovered a concern for "rural safety". Previously it was not fashionable to do so but that underlines the problems of unprincipled leadership. Doing what is right is not always doing what is popular.

The tragedy of farm murders is yet another example of the mortal danger of censorship and its close but deadlier relative: Self Censorship.
Those who remained quiet for so long, must rightly hang their heads in shame.
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'Coloured' teacher on fraud charge for saying he was 'African' https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/south-africa/2020-10-14-coloured-teacher-on-fraud-charge-for-saying-he-was-african/

β˜‘οΈ Candidate Applications:

If you would like to be considered as a candidate for next year's Local Government Elections please email your CV toΒ [email protected]

Help us bring about #Capeindependence - together we can build the country we always longed for!Β πŸ—½

Governments shouldn’t be trusted with unlimited power. This is a lesson we all must learn from the COVID-19 fiasco of 2020.

The economic fallout of the #lockdown will be sharply felt in the next budget.

It's shaping up to be the stuff of nightmares. πŸ‘Ύ

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Cape History

Going back into recorded history Southern Africa was largely populated by the nomadic Khoisan people. The Bantu migration from Northern and Central Africa resulted in the extensive displacement of the Khoisan as the Bantu tribes (primarily Nguni) expanded southward. The Khoisan resisted the Bantu migration up to the borders that today form the Cape.

Read More

Economics

The Division of Revenue Act/Bill is an account of all of the revenue collected in South Africa through direct and indirect taxes. It is broken into National, Provincial and Local spheres of government.

Read More

FAQ

The right to self-determination is a universal and intrinsic human right. Governments govern by the consent of the governed

Read More

Law

The right to self-determination is a universal and intrinsic human right. Governments govern by the consent of the govern

Read More

Polls

Should the Cape be an independent country? Make your vote.

Read More

Manifesto

Our Manifesto for a Strong and Prosperous Cape.

Read More

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[email protected]

Media Relations

[email protected]

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Contact Us

Head Office

[email protected]

Media Relations

[email protected]

Join Us

Become a member, Today!