CAPE INDEPENDENCE PARTY

IT’S TIME FOR CAPEXIT

The Cape Independence 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…

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To be announced for 2022.

 

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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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About Us

Who are we?

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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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CAPE INDEPENDENCE PARTY

IT’S TIME FOR CAPEXIT

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

 

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CoCT Subcouncil Public Participation Results:DA 51%, CAPEXIT 31%, ANC 1% ... See MoreSee Less
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A big thank-you to all our CoCT supporters who participated in voting for the Cape Independence Party - #CAPEXIT's proposal to #decentralise sub-councils and devolve the #PowerToThePeople
#TimeForChange
http://www.capeparty.com

The Cape Independence Party has put forward a proposal to increase CoCT Subcouncils from 24 to 116, giving the 116 wards' communities much more power in deciding local affairs.
Vote for our proposal right here at DearSA.
Link👇:

https://dearsouthafrica.co.za/coct-proposed-new-subcouncil-boundaries/?fbclid=IwAR2-Jw_USo02GkY3bkCWiftYRD2bpTugbjE91wZqmGJ8Q_gStpl8HOrjAuI

Cape Town Metro residents, have your say on this Public Participation link and vote for the Cape Independence Party's proposal to decentralise government by increasing the number of Sub-Councils from 24 to 116

https://www.capetown.gov.za/City-Connect/Have-your-say

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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

About us

Who are we?

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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