I subscribe to the Constitution and Principles of the United Democratic Movement (UDM)
1.I want to join UDM
2. I am uneasy giving my physical home address.
3. What is meaning of “ Region?” What is one expected to fill in here?
I know my Ward Number. I am registered with IEC.
Kindly, reply to my email address.
Fraternal / sororal greetings.
Hi Prophet M, please check your inbox. Miss J
I’m hailing from the eastern cape by origin but residing in pta at the moment. I’m very much interested in your youth league structures. But now the form requires region and ward but I’m not sure which ones around centurion can I keep in touch with.
Dear Anda, I will send you an email just now, where we can chat. I am going to ask Yongama to get back to you. Regarding the form, we are working on it to make it easier to use it; so, apologies for that. Jay
Good morning I would like to join the party. However I do not have some information required on the online form. Please assist. I am based in King Williams Town (Zwelitsha)
Dear Zimkhitha, has someone contacted you? I am just quickly following up. Jana
Happy Festive season and Compliments for the New Year to The General and UDM at large.
I have been following your organization’s path through its Leader’s various interventions and positions for a while now…and I must admit that you guys are very lucky to have such a smart and visionary leader. I personally admire him a lot and would strongly wish to physically meet him one day for further strategical discussion on various sensitive levels. There is no doubt that my multi skilled and solid experience would contribute to the development of the organization should you allow me to join you guys.
I look forward to hearing from you straight in my email and see how one can offer his capacity to the organization as a member.
Dear Mr Fred, I owe you an apology for this VERY tardy response. It unfortunately escaped my notice.
Thanks for the compliments for Mr Holomisa, or General as he’s affectionately known, we will pass on the message.
Would you mind if I engaged you via email to ask some questions (such as your phone number and location), which you not necessarily like to have in the public domain?
All the best
Good evening, I am a white female living in the Cape. I am becoming more and more despondent with our politicians who appear to have their own interests ahead of the country. I am very interested in ‘changing teams’ – and I think the UDM is probably the party with the least ‘race’ wars and ‘selfish’ goals. Where can I find out more about the real UDM and what their stance is regarding the future of our country. I am looking for something comprehensive and to the point. Would like to make a decision and move on from the pathetic ‘politiicians’ we are saddled with. Also, how active are you in the Cape? Of all the parties out there I am happy to ‘sometimes’ hear the UDM taking on issues that need to be addressed! I think a lot of people are losing faith in the people in charge and maybe change begins with changing our vote to the UDM and not a new politcal party or new ANC. We need experienced, united politicians to make our country the way Nelson would have wanted it to be. Look ahead and not behind!
Thank you for the message; I think you are not the only person who feels this way! I will inbox you some comprehensive information.
Hi, Im trying to join the UDM, however your membership form requires the details of my branch, municipal district and ward. I called the CPT reception and I cant be helped; I cant even begin to imagine how many prospective members you could be losing due to this ill-conceived form – please help?
Dear Sebastian, apologies. I am going to put you into contact with the Cape Town people, so please check your inbox. We will also take a look at the website and the fields it requires. Jana
I would like to get information about a Branch in Evander Mpamalanga.
To me Mr Holomisa is still a General, like leadership I want to be a member.
Dear Victor, welcome to the club, I will inbox you as soon as I’ve established who to put you into contact with. All the best, Jana
I am a white man with an Afrikaans surname, neither of which I chose. We are thrust into this world with no choice, and I’m sure that quite a few people in the world have regretted their parents’ decision to have children. What I am trying to say is we have to play with the hand we are dealt with. My father, who was born Afrikaans, never accepted apartheid, and actually moved to Durban to become more Anglicized. Unfortunately, 9 months after one of his close physical encounters with my mother, I was thrust into the middle of apartheid. Yes, I was raised in an all-white environment, and, yes, I was taught by my teachers that blacks were inferior, but I never saw people in colour – only in character. An arsehole remains an arsehole regardless of their pigmentation. My father was a liberal. A poor liberal. Religion and race issues were not as important as putting food on the table. He taught me to treat people as they treat you. All people. We are all born the same. We are taught to hate. A lot of my peers have never been able to recognize that they were brainwashed and conditioned to treat people differently – depending on colour. Race is such a sensitive issue in South Africa. It is the lens through which a lot of South Africans filter their lives. Everyone is a racist – every colour is picking on the other colours – a total lack of harmony and common sense. We need more leaders like Bantu Holomisa. He stands for values the other leaders have abandoned: integrity, morality and equality. His promotion of public service, fairness, dialogue and intellectual debate is refreshing in our current scorched earth political climate. Happy 20th birthday UDM. You might just be the comfortable hat I have been searching for – after trying on the ill-fitting IFP, ID and DA. Let’s make South Africa great again (to coin a Trumpism).
Dear Conrad, thanks for the sobering thoughts, I will pass on your comments to Mr Holomisa and thank you for the “happy birthday”, Jana