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.
The FW de Klerk Foundation welcomes the decision of the City of Cape Town to rename Table Bay Boulevard in honour of FW de Klerk.
The FW de Klerk Foundation and its Centre for Constitutional Rights (the CFCR) note with concern and strongly condemn acts of violence and other crimes committed against foreign shop owners in Soweto and elsewhere in Gauteng.
In a speech in Vienna on 20 January FW de Klerk addressed the questions of regionalism and linguistic minorities and the role that they are playing in the current crisis in Ukraine.
The FW de Klerk Foundation welcomes the decision by government to ratify the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR), which commits parties to ensuring these rights.
It is a great honour to be with you today and to be able to address the extremely relevant question of the Power of Regions within the context of the challenges facing Ukraine.
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.