RIGHT TO REPLY: CIAG responds to an inaccurate and inflammatory article published by the Weekend Argus
NEWS ARTICLE: Jo'burg's puppet mayor a harbinger for post-2024 South Africa. Our system need an urgent and radical overhaul. Emerging consensus around federalism.
BLOG POST: Is it a pipe dream or can Cape Independence really happen? The answer is that it is already happening. Here's why.
PRESS ARTICLE: Western Cape self-determination - What are the implications of the recent UK Supreme Court judgement on a second Scottish Independence referendum?
PRESS ARTICLE: CIAG responds to comments made by Pierre de Vos. Either he doesn't under stand self-determination properly, or he is deliberately misleading people.
PRESS STATEMENT: SA has serious self-inflicted problems which demand action. The Western Cape People cannot be held hostage and have a right to determine their own future.
PRESS ARTICLE: Eskom crisis exposes weaknesses in both ANC and DA policy
PRESS RELEASE: CIAG calls on WC Premier Alan Winde to provide supporting evidence for his fallacious claims on referendums, or admit he was wrong and apologise
RIGHT TO REPLY: We have fought (unsuccessfully) for nearly 50 years to deliver federalism says DA's Geordin Hill-Lewis. Claim it using provincial legislation and international law say CIAG.
DA have been promising the devolution of policing in the Western Cape since 2019. Police minister Cele has said NO. What now? DA claim they have a process, but haven't told voters what it is.
PRESS ARTICLE: Could international law and the right to self-determination hold the key to resolving the battle between over Western Cape policing? (Cape Times)
BLOG POST: As South Africa looks forward to and the demise of the ANC, what role must independence groups play? They must ensure Western Cape voters get to make decisions for themselves.
CIAG responds to Prof. Pieter Labuschagne (UNISA) who wrote in Die Burger that, whilst a noble idea, Cape Independence is not achievable and Kaapenaars must set their sights lower
DISCUSSION PAPER: UN Expert, Dr Alfred de Zayas, discusses the right to self-determination under International Law, and the implications on states with regard to autonomy, federalism, and secession.
PRESS ARTICLE: How self-determination is at the heart of the Russia-Ukraine crisis and the implications for South Africa
PRESS ARTICLE: Racial discrimination is expressly prohibited by the constitution. Race-based laws are only legally permissible because of a caveat which doesn't apply in the Western Cape.
PRESS ARTICLE: The Western Cape wants self-determination. Devolutionists and secessionists are on the same page. Expect Fireworks in 2022.
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