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MyThoughts

MyThoughts

Gerhard is reg! Afrikaans groei nog al die tyd! En ja, universiteite is onderhoud politieke druk Maar Akademia het nie so n probleem nie en moenie vergeet daar is mense van ander lande wat dink ons taal is pragtig en ook sal Wil n Afrikaanse akademiese kwalifikasie verkry! Ons as Afrikaners moet ophou verengels en ons taal praat, lees en skryf! Net Ons kan die taal laat bly leef Deur Ons kinders te leer om dit lief te he!!

09/03/2017

Delarey

Delarey

Gerhard en Duncan hieronder het 'n punt beet. Tans twyfel ouers oor of hulle kinders in Afrikaans moet studeer. Om in engels te studeer maak dan die wêreld se geleenthede oop, of so word daar redeneer. Wanneer standaarde egter val en grade nie meer oorsee erken word nie gaan presies die teenoorgestelde egter waar wees. Dan sal jy maar in Afrikaans moet studeer. Daar is reeds 'n magdom SA kwalifikasies wat nie meer erken word nie sedert 2,000. Daar is ook meer en meer kleiner afrikaanse sakeondernemings wat groei en ek neem bv. net mense wat Afrikaans magtig is in diens. My ondervinding is dat afrikaansspreekendes maklik engels kan aanleer en praat indien nodig terwyl engelsprekendes nie belang stel nie. Dit maak net besigheidssin om dus mense van alle groepe wat Afrikaans kan en wil praat in diens te neem. En wat 'n wonderlike waardestelsel onderliggend aan ons maatskappy kultuur. Wat Duncan se voorstel aanbetref voel ek jammer vir ons engelssprekende landgenote. Engelsprekendes kon nog altyd die werklikhede van SA ontduik en agter Afrikaners skuil. Noudat Engeslprekendes self in die loograaf is val die wiele eintlik sleg af. As mens na rassistiese uitlatings op sosiale media kyk is dit almal frustreerde engelsprekendes. In teenstelling roep baie Afrikaners na God om hoop te kry. Wat Duncan se voorstel om blankes per se te organiseer aanbetref. Dit is beslis rassisties of sal so beskou word. Om egter op te staan vir taal, kultuur en gemeenskap is 'n basiese reg van alle bevolkingsgoepe en sal die steun van die internasionale gemeenskap kan kry as hier 'n rewolusie onstaan en Afrkaners moet plan maak. My raad aan Duncan dus. Praat maar Afrikaans en word 'n Afrikaner as jy in die land wil oorleef. Ons praat reeds dieselde "taal". dragonspeak

09/03/2017

Charles

Charles

Hey Peter, die module rigtings kom beslis nog! Gaan loer gerus by Akademia se webtuiste. Hulle het 'n vooruitskatting en beplanning gedoen van watter modules bygevoeg gaan word in die komende jare...2018, 2019, 2020 ens, en filosofie en Lettere en Wysbegeerte (Geesteswetenskappe) is beslis deel daarvan. Die Afrikaanse Protestantse Akademie bied ook reeds 'n volwaardige pragtige BA graad in Lettere en Wysbegeerte aan. Derhalwe is dit beslis 'n geleentheid vir Afrikaans, en nie net vir ondernemers nie;-)

09/03/2017

Duncan Gill

Duncan Gill

Daar is net een uitweg: https://secure.avaaz.org/en/petition/Head_of_the_United_Nations_call_for_the_self_determination_of_white_South_Africans/ dragonspeak

07/03/2017

Peter Dirix

Peter Dirix

Dis miskien 'n opportuniteit vir 'n klompie ondernemers, maar dit beteken ook dat Afrikaanssprekendes twee keer betaal vir 'n tertiêre opleiding: belastings vir staatsuniversiteite en fooie/donasies vir private onderwys. Ek dink ook dat private universiteite veral rigtings soos ekonomie, regte en rekenaarwetenskap sou aanbied, en nooit ondersoeksdissiplines soos filologieë, sterrekunde ens. kon ontwikkel. Dus hoe help dit die taal?

28/02/2017

Chris Swanepoel

Chris Swanepoel

Nou gaan ons braai!

28/02/2017

Ian

Ian

Remember the R1 billion budget for the 2016 ANC's election? And a little something for the facilitators too.

29/10/2017

robmanzoni

robmanzoni

As Billy Joel puts it: "Honesty is such a lonely word..."

26/10/2017

Ross Gordon

Ross Gordon

Agreed when the water becomes too hot, just move them somewhere else. The next Oil minister publicly announced that what Joe had said was no the truth. I wondered at that, was it inexperience or just plain honesty, in the world of the ANC today, honesty is such a rare commodity.

24/10/2017

Summbagg

Summbagg

All the dots seem to line up to confirm that. The numbers even seem to match up.

24/10/2017

David_de_Jong

David_de_Jong

I was wondering if Glencore's inclusion was to cover the discount they sold Optimum at.

24/10/2017

Peter Rossfour

Peter Rossfour

"FALSE FACE MUST HIDE WHAT THE FALSE HEART DOTH KNOW." Macbeth 1:7 William Shakespeare (1564-1616) English dramatist and poet. The above quote is the last line of the first act of Macbeth. It relates to the scene where Lady Macbeth and her husband resolves to kill King Duncan and take over his throne. To keep their intentions secret they would hide their true but false intentions with a false face to the king. Former minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson.is the epitome of Lady Macbeth. Her blatant lies whilst the Minister of Energy was meant to obfuscate her deplorable actions and hide it from the public. When in May 2016, Business Day’s Carol Paton broke the story of the secret sale of South Africa’s strategic crude oil reserves, about 10‑million barrels’ worth, at a rock-bottom price, this despicable woman and the chief executive of the Central Energy Fund, of which the Strategic Fuel Fund is a part, vociferously claimed it was simply a matter of “stock rotation”. The energy fund would be able to buy back the oil at any time. A more blatant lie is hard to imagine. What must be remembered is that this illegal transaction took place at the time Brent crude oil's price was in the range of $37 to $45 a barrel. What smells so rotten it screams for attention is that the Strategic Fuel Fund saw fit to sell 10‑million barrels of our much needed fuel reserves in a “closed tender” to energy traders Taleveras, Glencore and Vitol at $28 a barrel!!!!! This "brave" act of the Minister left South Africa with less than a day’s worth of oil reserves, calculated at about 300 000 barrels. Taking in mind we use about 450 000 barrels’ worth a day, in reality it left us crippled. God forbid we suddenly have a National emergency and we urgently have to buy millions of barrels. As sure as hell we won't buy it near $28 a barrel! If Alec is correct that Zuma's latest Cabinet reshuffle is to try and hide the finer details of the Oilgate scandal, the only thing they can cover up is who precisely shared in the billions generated from the sale. And if that is the case, and the Laughing Hyena initiated the reshuffle, then one must wonder just how many of the billions found their merry way into the coffers of the Gupta's and the Zuma clan. Unfortunately, I don't share Alec's enthusiasm for December to roll on. Methinks we're going to see and experience a whole truckload of Zuma shenanigans, no matter how detrimental to the economy, the people, and the country, before the much-anticipated ANC Elective Conference gets off the ground. Fasten your seat-belts., Folks, there's severe turbulence ahead. Oh, and by the way, tighten your own belts as well, with what Gigaba and co. have in mind for us, you'd be wise to cut a few extra notches in your belt. AISCH!!!!!!!!!!!

24/10/2017

Jvee_Sobukwe

Jvee_Sobukwe

I just pray there is no brown envelope,I know KC are familiar with an envelope

06/11/2015

Jvee_Sobukwe

Jvee_Sobukwe

Please just match 3-1 tomorow otherwise penalties dont count

06/11/2015

Jvee_Sobukwe

Jvee_Sobukwe

leave him,he is still dizzy from the drubbing last week

06/11/2015

boss

boss

came Djento Lovanco that is why i hate you,go and ask Egeptian,Tunnisian and Congolist before you gona say pirates must forget

06/11/2015

Sam

Sam

We'll see. Up the Bucs

06/11/2015

Djento Lovanco

Djento Lovanco

This time pirates must forget about a win we gonna khosify tomorrow watch the space

06/11/2015

FORREAL11

FORREAL11

Please don't waste my time. Please go and live in a country where the govt prints money willy nilly.....DUDE

30/10/2017

Trog05

Trog05

Surely, you MUST be a troll.

26/10/2017

Julian

Julian

The government of a country with a sovereign currency can "print" (actually it is mostly just computer keystrokes) as much money as it wishes. So the government does not have to take it from any other budget allocation, neither does it need to raise taxes or borrow this money. Please don't call me "dude". My name is Julian

26/10/2017

Julian

Julian

Trog05. Most mainstream "economists" or economist wannebees will bring up the non issue of inflation. I am glad you are not one of them. But, I tell you what, I will provide your education for free. 1. Countries with a sovereign currency can not run out of money unless the government intentionally does not authorise any more spending. That is a purely political decision and not a funding limitation (oh, and by the way, the countries in the Eurozone do not have sovereign currencies so this does not apply to them) 2. Taxes do NOT fund government spending. Get that clearly? So the taxes you pay do not fund government spending. Yes, politicians do perpetuate the untruth about government spending being funded by taxes because it suits their agenda. If you disagree with me the kindly explain how government can raise additional taxes or borrowings to cover a Nuclear Plan (a Nuclear deal as part of this already signed with the Russians) Nuclear Power has been estimated to cost about R1.5 trillion but we all know there will actually end up being no change from R 4 trillion plus. What do you think?

26/10/2017

Lydetekta

Lydetekta

Doesn't inspire much confidence in the level of education being offered there, does it? Or should I say being absorbed there? Intellect seems not to differ much from the uneducated squatters burning things in the townships.

26/10/2017

FORREAL11

FORREAL11

Govt doesn't have the money dude. Govt will have to take the money from somewhere else!

26/10/2017

Trog05

Trog05

Huh? I don't think anyone ever said that funding education fully will result in inflation. It must've come to you in a dream. Government doesn't have any money, full stop. Government takes money from me to supposedly spend on the common good, which mostly they don't. Anyway, I'm not going to fund your education. You will just have to do so yourself. Just like everybody else. Then, hopefully, you will do the necessary to pass your exams, rather than to sponge on society and do nothing.

26/10/2017

Julian

Julian

Whatever excuses are given by the government for not providing free education the following are lies when uttered by a sovereign currency issuing government. (Like among others South Africa, Japan, US, Britain. But not the countries in the Eurozone!!) (1) The government does not have the money to fund education (2) Funding education fully will result in inflation. Everyone may as well take to the streets because these 2 lies are used again and again for so many other things that devastate the country and which are intentional government decisions.

26/10/2017

RunningMan

RunningMan

Sure, point taken--and I'll add, why the hell are they still marching on UCT demanding action from Zuma? Go to Parliament, go to the Union Buildings, but UCT probably wants the fees reports published just as badly as the students and no one at UCT has any control of the publication of the report.

25/10/2017

'ed

'ed

Eish, I am not even a student, so now I come here to make trouble. It keeps me busy during the day.

25/10/2017

Truth_Detector

Truth_Detector

Without fail, that time of the year! Exam time = Protests & Rioting. Eish I dident stady, so now I musta burn de Bildings!!!

25/10/2017

Padraigin Eagle

Padraigin Eagle

The release of fleas: All going according to scam, bush colleges are the plan, colonising the curriculum, the brown stuff they thrive in, paying the Price, allowing the paint tin brigade to paint UCT red, liberalism and communism, the virus has fatally spread!

25/10/2017

Lydetekta

Lydetekta

We cannot make that choice as it is illogical in the face of all the gains we’ve made at this institution? It's not their choice, and what is illogical is demanding more for less all the time when there is clearly nothing to give. And as for the gains made, perhaps this serves as a lesson to those like Price who started all this nonsense by pandering to the students involved in the Rhodes must fall nonsense. Maybe they should be more worried about trying to pass their exams so they have a remote possibility of getting employment instead of thinking that they can get something for nothing from a morally and financially bankrupt state.

25/10/2017

Hadenuf_SA

Hadenuf_SA

In my day, early 70's, it was called 'Little Moscow On The Hill'. Both being brain damaged Communists, with no economic success!

25/10/2017

bucklesandrings

bucklesandrings

My grandfather always refered to UCT as "the Kremlin". He was a fisherman, but what did he know

25/10/2017

IanMCB

IanMCB

Students Must Fall.

25/10/2017