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    Khoi, San and Slaves

     
    We hold our progenitors in high esteem and stand proudly today even as descendants of slaves.
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    We are descendants of a humanity where borderlines never deemed one race superior to any other.
     
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    We stand with patriots and our predecessors who pined down the principles of equality in the Freedom Charter.
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    All such who deem them or their group as superior to us and any other are not our friends.
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PRESS ALERT - Employment Equity Amendment Bill: Taking from the disadvantaged to give to the disadvantaged

10 March 2014

Two decades after South Africa's successful transition into a democracy and the African black and coloured child still remains the most marginalised. This is according to a study conducted by Stats SA and released late last year, into the way young children under

five are growing up. However, should government succeed in its current Employment Equity Amendment Bill, which was gazetted in parliament, in another 20 years the gap between the coloured and black child will have widened to the extent that the coloured child will be the most marginalised.
The Employment Equity Amendment Bill which was gazetted in parliament two weeks ago suggest that national demographics should be used by all companies with staff of 150 or more in the three top tier senior positions, with regional demographics applied in the bottom three tiers. This effectively means that in provinces like the Western Cape and the Northern Cape where coloured people are in the majority, they would be exempt from top level jobs or promotions.

Ronald Dyers from the Kullid Foundation believes that government’s actions is a form of social engineering similar to the apartheid government’s forced removals, where in it forced people from their homes and land to accommodate white people. "This move by government is the strongest indication yet that it supports the call by Jimmy Manyi two years ago for coloured people to migrate to other provinces in an attempt to find work," says Dyers. As an organisation that's at the cold face of issues affecting coloured people, Dyers notes that they are being inundated by stories from people throughout South Africa who have been marginalised through the Affirmative Action policies.  

"This policy of government to disadvantage an already disadvantaged community in an attempt to uplift another disadvantaged community is ridiculous," notes Dyers. Coloured communities are already in the grip of drugs and gangsterism because of unemployment and implementing this policy will just worsen this situation. Dyers says they will seek clarification from Minister Mildred Olifant’s department regarding the proposed amendments failing which it will challenge it in court.

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Education

Due to the tertiary educational challenges facing our communities, the Kullid Foundation has since 2011 been arranging an annual conference to address educational matters and to also provide learners with information on tertiary educational opportunities. Read more...

Addressing the backlog in Education

Held annually in all provinces for learners in Grade 6 to 12
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Festivities

Welcoming Spring, Kullid and it's Affiliate Partners have a family picnic outing in different venues throughout the country. Should you need to organise your community' September Splash, contact us and we will readily assist. Read more...

Building our Culture, responsibly

This is a time to celebrate the advent of summer and it is also a precursor for our annual festival.
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Justice and Equality

The Kullid Foundation addresses any matter that hinders the equal progress of Coloureds and others. Read more...

Assisting to build a principled nation: Davidsonville

Equality in education and the representivity of all
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Community Game Changers

The members of the Kullid Foundation works towards changing their communities for the better. Read more...

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Eastern Cape


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Western Cape


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Specialist Orders

There are specialist Orders in the Kullid Foundation where skill and commitment is pledged on the basis of specialities for the progress of the Kullid Foundation.

Order of Richard van der Ross (Academics and specialists in defense of Kullid's rights and progress)

Order of Sophie Williams – de Bruyn (Females for organisational growth and harmony)

Order of Ashley Kriel (Males for organisational stability and security)