“Fiscal slippage must be stopped in order to prevent a further credit downgrade by Moody’s” – Steve Swart
“Speaker, today we consider the Fiscal Framework and Revenue proposals. This against the minister of Finances recent budget speech, which clearly showed the dire financial state our public finances are in.
"The ACDP, like others including various political parties, trade unions and state pensioners, has been extremely concerned by the revelations over the past year of suspect investments in which the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) was involved, particularly in Ayo Technology. These revelations are being investigated by a commission of inquiry chaired by retired judge Lex Mpati.
The African Christian Democratic Party today called on all Christian leaders to condemn actions of pastors who lie and deceive their congregants while claiming to serve God.
Speaking at a roundtable on ‘the Challenges of Fatherhood in Contemporary South Africa’ in Cape Town yesterday, ACDP MP Cheryllyn Dudley, (who promoted the bill known as ‘Paternity Leave’, the first ever by an individual member, or a woman) said there is a hold-up to the implementation of legislation which is unacceptable.
ACDP expresses concerns that Minister Mboweni has deviated from the strict fiscal consolidation path
ACDP MP and spokesman on financial matters, Steve Swart, has expressed concern that new Finance Minister Tito Mboweni, has deviated from the fiscal consolidation path required to reign in the spiraling public debt levels and instil confidence in investors and ratings agencies.
Transforming the economy begins with placing greater focus on diverse basic and tertiary education that links to industry needs
For the ACDP, transformation of the economy means greater inclusivity and not exclusivity as we have seen in the past and present.
“Chairperson of the NCOP, honourable President, Deputy President.
The ACDP is very concerned about the disruptive effect that load shedding has on the lives of ordinary South Africans, its chaotic impact on our public transport system, and the economic burden it places on our business sector.
ACDP Member of Parliament, Cheryllyn Dudley commented recently on the government’s addition of last-minute amendments to the Children’s Act that threatens the entire process of adoption in South Africa.
ACDP Member of Parliament, Cheryllyn Dudley, today expressed alarm at events taking place in Harare, where six people are dead, many wounded, and hundreds arrested in a violent military crackdown against unarmed civilians.
ACDP MP Cheryllyn Dudley today said that “The ACDP welcomes reports of a civil society campaign to get President Ramaphosa to sign the Political Party Funding Bill this year.