ACDP MP Cheryllyn Dudley today said that the book titled Did the Stork Bring Me? or in Afrikaans Het die ooievaar my gebring? does not form part of the school curriculum and is not in South African schools according to the Department of Basic Education (DBE).
The ACDP's President Rev Kenneth Meshoe yesterday, on behalf of the Hope of Glory Tabernacle, made an oral submission to the Joint Constitutional Review Committee (CRC) on the Expropriation of Land Without Compensation.
ACDP says CTOP Bill does not seek to challenge the constitution, but to improve the existing provisions in legislation
The ACDP is grateful for the opportunity we have today to speak to this bill which was briefly considered by the Health portfolio committee but given significant airtime by radio stations who facilitated discussion and allowed the public a voice.
The Multi-Party Women’s Caucus (MPWC), attended by ACDP MP Cheryllyn Dudley yesterday, applauded the recommendation of the panel on zero-rated value-added tax (VAT) items, instituted by National Treasury (NT), that sanitary products to the poor and indigent should be free of charge.
The ACDP today notes the sudden discharge of the Chairperson of the Justice and Correctional Services Portfolio Committee, Dr Mathole Motshekga, and his replacement, Mr Vincent Smith.
The ACDP today welcomed a report which indicates that the Class of 2017 have performed better than the Class of 2016 in the NSC exams.
The ACDP notes the decision by the Portfolio Committee on Public Works to withdraw the Expropriation Bill of 2015, so that it may be re-introduced at a later stage.
The ACDP would like to place on record that we disagree with the motion of desirability on the Civil Union Bill which was adopted in the Home Affairs Committee today.
ACDP leader Rev Kenneth Meshoe today labeled Julius Malema’s claim that the EFF is ready for war as foolish.
The ACDP in the strongest terms condemn the racist comments made by EFF Leader Julius Malema against South African Jewish people.