RIGHT TO REPLY: CIAG responds to City Press editor Mondli Makhanya on Cape Independence
NEWS ARTICLE: How must the Western Cape government respond to a collapse in the South African constitutional order?
PRESS RELEASE: Official Statement from the CIAG following a new poll on Cape Independence conducted during July 2021
PRESS ARTICLE: Zuma's constitutional defiance and the state's weak response has implications for Cape Independence
PRESS ARTICLE: Debate over What Referendum Questions the DA should ask, Why, and How the ANC are Likely to React
Joint Press Statement by the Cape Independence Advocacy Group, CapeXit, the Cape Party and the Vryheidsfront Plus on the DA's proposed amendment to the Referendums Act
PRESS ARTICLE: Really significant political progress is being made towards Cape Independence. It is often easy to miss. Many of the threads are pulled together in this article
Non-racialism is a founding principle of the CIAG, but that certainly doesn't stop us be accused of racism. Why?
On 21 April 2021, Phil Craig addressed the Cape Town Press Club on behalf of the CIAG. Here is a copy of the full speech.
A response to former ANC MP Melanie Verwoerd's comments on Cape Independence
PRESS ARTICLE: How we all can and must fight for independence from bad government
PRESS ARTICLE: How growing defiance will serve the independence cause well
PRESS ARTICLE: A look at how South African's are trying to resolve their problems
PRESS ARTICLE: A call for reasoned debate from those opposed to independence
PRESS ARTICLE: CIAG's responds to an interview DA leader John Steenshuisen gave to Maroela Media about independence
A first-hand account from the Cloesteville march. Lessons from history.
PRESS ARTICLE: Analysis of a chilling interview with City of Cape Town mayoral committee member JP Smith and the significant implications for our future
PRESS ARTICLE: Glen Snyman - a 'coloured' citizen charged with fraud for describing himself as African - highlights the destructive insanity of SA's 'transformation' agenda.
RIGHT TO REPLY: Responding to Max du Preez's article about Cape Independence