ACDP decides to stay out of Government of National Unity

ACDP decides to stay out of Government of National Unity

Representatives of the African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) leadership met with senior representatives of the ANC, on the night of 13 June 2014, where they offered us an opportunity to be part of Government of National Unity (GNU). The reasons positioned for the...

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ACDP not party to group contesting IEC’s election results

ACDP not party to group contesting IEC’s election results

The ACDP notes with concern that a group of political parties, who contested the 2024 National and Provincial Elections (2024 NPE), have included our name as being party to their grouping that is contesting, inter alia, the IEC’s election results announcement on...

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ACDP concerned over Eskom’s diesel expenditure

ACDP concerned over Eskom’s diesel expenditure

Eskom’s has spent a total of R65bn over the past five years (more than a billion rand per month) on diesel expenditure on emergency generation, with most of this spent in the last two years.

ACDP rejects changes to funding formula

ACDP rejects changes to funding formula

The ACDP and other parties have petitioned the President not to sign the Electoral Matters Amendment Bill into law, as this greedy ANC move poses a grave threat to our multi-party democracy.

Tens of thousands of voices ignored over BELA Bill

Tens of thousands of voices ignored over BELA Bill

The Basic Education Laws Amendment Bill (BELA Bill) should be about one thing, and that is learning. The real tragedy of the BELA Bill is that it shows that the ANC government does not believe in this principle. It is willing to do anything to achieve its ends.

Housing Consumer Protection Bill welcomed

Housing Consumer Protection Bill welcomed

Building standards have been a particular concern of the ACDP, as many disadvantaged South Africans have been exposed to substandard housing and poor-quality building materials, resulting in substandard RDP houses.