The FW de Klerk Foundation writes regular articles on topical issues, supports language and cultural rights and participates in the national debate on racial and cultural issues. The Foundation also promotes communication by holding conferences and workshops.
At the ANC’s glittering Gala Dinner in Cape Town last Friday President Zuma said that Jan van Riebeeck’s arrival in the Cape was the beginning of all South Africa’s problems.
25 YEARS SINCE 2 FEBRUARY 1990:
A QUARTER OF A CENTURY OF BUILDING AND DEFENDING NON-RACIAL CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY
According to “Rapport” of 30 November 2014, the Minister of Higher Education, Dr Blade Nzimande, has threatened to withdraw the registration of the private university, Akademia, if its language of tuition remains exclusively Afrikaans.
I am sorry that I am unable to attend this year’s World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in person - but long-standing engagements have made it impossible for me to be in Rome at this time of the year.
[Excerpt from Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech, delivered in Oslo, Norway, on 10 December 1993]
"...In our quest for peace we should constantly ask ourselves what we should do to create conditions in which peace can prosper.
The Foundation's Executive Director, Dave Steward (middle left) and Alten Hulme of Konica Minolta South Africa (middle right) had a wonderful visit to Friends of Vista Nova on Tuesday, 9 December.
On Tuesday 9 December the Foundation's Executive Director, Dave Steward (far left) and Alten Hulme of Konica Minolta South Africa (far right) paid a visit to Autism Western Cape.
A year has now passed since the death of Nelson Mandela, the first president of our non-racial constitutional democracy.