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Tsamaea Cele Eng Monday | 29 March | 2021

As police commissioner Cele was investigated and suspended in 2011, evidence of corruption and maladministration came to light. He was fired in 2013 after still receiving a salary of R1,3million up to then. This crook follows a pattern. He will always be corrupt, and that is why he is Enemy Number One Against Safety. He must tsamaea!

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Minimum wage Friday | 19 February | 2021

The increase was announced despite various roleplayers in agriculture indicating they would not be able to absorb the increase. It is simply not sustainable.

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Freedom from crime Monday | 15 February | 2021

You can reduce your risk of becoming a victim of violence.

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Expropriation Bill Wednesday | 09 December | 2020

Pensions, homes, investments, land. All of this is up for grabs if the government succeeds in repealing the Expropriation Bill. The public can comment on this bill for sixty days – until 10 February 2021. READ MORE

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Free State Fires Trauma Fund Wednesday | 21 October | 2020

Help the farmers in the Free State after the fires READ MORE

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We stand together Sunday | 11 October | 2020

As it is clear that the South African government is either unable or unwilling to keep its citizens safe, TLU SA demands that all South Africans be afforded the basic opportunity of providing our own safety and security. READ MORE

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March against farm murders Sunday | 19 July | 2020

On 14 August TLU SA will virtually walk 5 530km around South Africa in 24 hours. Each kilometre represents one of the farm attacks which ripped apart the lives of families and workers on farms since 1990. READ MORE

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Property tax Monday | 29 June | 2020

According to law, your municipality or district council must provide all your essential services such as waste removal, sewerage and sanitation, water and electricity. It is also the responsibility of the municipality to ensure specific economic and social levels within an allocated area. READ MORE

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Save the economy Thursday | 07 May | 2020

COVID-19 practically gave the South African economy – which was already on its knees – the deathblow. The continued limitations on South Africans, and the uneven support from the government, makes the situation even worse. So bad, that it is difficult to see the economy restored in future. READ MORE

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FARM WATCH Tuesday | 21 April | 2020

The SAPS and FARM WATCH successfully work together to ensure rural safety. But, since the period of lockdown FARM WATCH are prohibited to patrol. READ MORE

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