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UDM’s reaction to Ramaphosa’s economic stimulus package

The United Democratic Movement (UDM) welcomes the announcements President Cyril Ramaphosa made on government’s plans to temper the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on South African’s lives and stimulate the economy. With this R500 billion stimulus package the government is falling in step with governments around the world, which have embarked on massive fiscal stimulus [...]

2020-04-22T16:28:14+02:00April 22nd, 2020|2020 Archive, Bantu Holomisa, Covid-19, Economy, Home|Comments Off on UDM’s reaction to Ramaphosa’s economic stimulus package

Bantu Holomisa on South Africa today and how best to position ourselves for the future

Let me start off by saying a heartfelt “thank you” to the South African Ubuntu Foundation for giving me this opportunity to chat with you today. Ladies and gentlemen, South Africa faces a triple crisis. Not the conventional one of unemployment, poverty and inequality, though those underlying socio-economic conditions remain, scarring our land, and casting [...]

2020-05-25T14:20:39+02:00February 20th, 2020|2020 Archive, Bantu Holomisa, Economy, Speeches|Comments Off on Bantu Holomisa on South Africa today and how best to position ourselves for the future

UDM Siyabulela Rally – address by UDM President, Mr Bantu Holomisa

•           UDM Leaders from all across South Africa •           UDM public representatives •           Citizens of the Eastern Cape •           The people of my hometown, Mthatha, and •           My fellow South Africans   1.         WELCOME AND THANK YOU TO ALL UDM ACTIVISTS Before we get into the politics and issues of Elections 2014, I want to [...]

2016-10-26T08:39:17+02:00May 6th, 2014|2014 Archive, 2014 Election Campaign, Campaigns, Speeches|Comments Off on UDM Siyabulela Rally – address by UDM President, Mr Bantu Holomisa

Freedom Day message and address at Elections 2014 Rally in Fochville

• National Office Bearers of the UDM • UDM Gauteng Provincial, Regional and Branch Leaders • UDM members and supporters • My fellow South Africans THANK YOU AND WELCOME I would not be standing here, if not for the hard work of the election teams of the United Democratic Movement (UDM) in the province. You [...]

2016-10-26T08:39:17+02:00April 27th, 2014|2014 Archive, 2014 Election Campaign, Archives, Campaigns, Speeches|Comments Off on Freedom Day message and address at Elections 2014 Rally in Fochville

National and Provincial Elections 2014

   PDF version of the UDM’s 2014 Manifesto (3,54 MB) UDM's Candidates' lists - UDM 10th List Message from UDM President Bantu HolomisaMy fellow South Africans2014 is an auspicious year, as South Africans mark 20 years of freedom.The Bill of Rights ensures that all the citizens of our beautiful country have the right to equal protection [...]

2017-04-16T15:11:06+02:00April 26th, 2014|2014 Archive, 2014 Election Campaign, Archives, Campaigns|Comments Off on National and Provincial Elections 2014

National and Provincial Elections 2004

  PDF version of the UDM's 2004 Election Manifesto (447KB) Better Future Plan UDM Manifesto 2004 MESSAGE FROM BANTU HOLOMISA – FREEDOM FOR ALL Dear Fellow South African This year we celebrate ten years of freedom. We understand freedom as the ability of individuals and groups to make choices and pursue their aspirations freely. This [...]

2016-10-26T08:39:31+02:00April 26th, 2004|2004 Archive, 2004 Election Campaign, Archives, Campaigns|Comments Off on National and Provincial Elections 2004

The challenges facing South Africa as we approach the New Millennium

presented by Mr Bantu Holomisa, UDM Co-leader, at the South African Institute of Race Relations, Johannesburg In the letter of invitation which I received from the Institute of Race Relations, it is stated that the United Democratic Movement (UDM) is attracting much media attention. The UDM on the other hand feels that scant attention is [...]

2016-10-26T08:39:39+02:00December 10th, 1997|1997 Archive, Archives, Economy, Speeches|Comments Off on The challenges facing South Africa as we approach the New Millennium