As the Aljama Party continues to grow throughout the country, The Party’s Gauteng operations seems to be sailing smooth.
If you are in Gauteng and would like to get involved with Aljama or know more about the party, call Mr Abdurrazack Noorbhai on 0823378648 or email info@localhost:8888/aljama
With the bi-election coming up on the 10th of December 2008 in Ward 45 Manneberg, Resident Mr. Yusuf Christian fondly known as “Boeta U” is gearing up for his campaign to contest the election and aims to become ward councillor of Ward 45.
Mr. Christian who is the chairman of the Mannenberg football association is a grassroots worker who has the interest of Mannenberg and the youth at heart. Belonging to the Aljama Political Party who will be contesting the national elections in 2009, Mr Christian aims at bringing change and hope to the residents of Mannenberg in the form of assisting to combat crime, delivery of better services and focussing on youth programmes ultimately to assist in life skills.
Mr Christian’s campaign team has already hit the road in the form of his campaign staff doing door to door visits asking members of Mannenberg about some of their concerns which he should address if he becomes the councillor. Colourful Aljama and “Boeta U” posters adorn the lamppost in area much to the excitement of those who know and admire Mr. Christian for his community involvement.
Aljama thought it apt to put Mr. Christian up as a candidate for the Bi Election in an effort to prove that the party is serious about its position on service delivery especially with a candidate who has lived for more than 25 years in the area. Aljama and Mr. Christian understand the needs of the Mannenberg community and propose to address these needs if Mr. Christian is elected as the councillor. The stance is also a bold stance for a recently formed party that has a vision of change and hope and believes strongly that the problems within ward 45 must be addressed from a moral and practical perspective.
The combination of the Islamic tenets with Ubuntu and true Christian and Hindu values has, in the party’s view, some of the best, most feasible answers for eliminating poverty and other social ills within our communities. The Party believes that an integration of this kind will provide for the moral rejuvenation of South Africa, something that our compatriots have great concern and passion for.
Aljama also believes that the journey towards elimination of poverty from the face of this country will equip us in establishing the moral values needed to curb the rampant crime and corruption still being witnessed here today, sadly in the shadow of the Apartheid era.
Posted by PARTYLEADER on Thursday, November 20, 2008 (06:01:35)
The City Council and other municipalities and government departments under the leadership of lame duck director-generals simply lacks the capacity to implement service delivery and policies of especially grassroot political movements who can innovate rather than depend on has been cadres.
So the first steps a political Party like Aljama will do when it gets into power is to fix this. Aljama is a “human resources expert” Party. We will get the people side of the government business right. The debacles for service delivery in the Cape Metro under successive political controls like the old NP, the DA and ID coalition and the ANC is becaus they did not get the “people side” of the business right.
Ajama will do this with the dynamic innovation of its Party leadership.
Aljama will get rid of public servants and officials standing in the way of service delivery especially those who worked the apartheid system and are not on board post 1994.
Posted by PARTYLEADER on Thursday, November 20, 2008 (04:51:45)
Months before the first vote has been cast the ANC has conceded that it has lost the elections in the Western Cape. (Ebrahim Rasool on Voice of the Cape and Channel Islam). Aljama now has a responsibilty to win the Western Cape for the citizens of the Western Cape. Aljama cannot allow just any political Party to take the province. We cannot allow the province to be “thrown to the dogs”.
For many years the ANC had a deal with the Afrikaners and with a lot of help from them retained power in the Western Cape. The Afrikaners became much richer under ANC rule than in the harsh days of apartheid. The Anglo – Boer war continued to play out and the English speakers lost out under ANC rule. Now that the ANC has a new deal with the white English speakers including the Jewish elite who put the Zuma faction into power the ANC will loose the influential Afrikaner vote – votes and money going to COPE as the Afrikaners hit back.
All political parties except Aljama are taking sides and taking part in this “Anglo-Boer” war and the poor in the province are merely “pawns” in this struggle for spheres of influence. Do we now want to be ruled by the Afrikaners old age enemy with the help of the ANC, the DA and the ID or are we on the side of the poor.
Posted by Faizal on Wednesday, November 12, 2008 (09:39:34)
One way of assisting Aljama in become a successful Party is to donate to Aljama’s Campaign Fund. Direct deposits to:
FIRST NATIONAL BANK (FNB).
A/C No: 62153666949
BRANCH CODE: 200309
Zakaat Account No: 62153667575
Please Fax your deposit slips to 0866848625 for a receipt.
Posted by Faizal on Wednesday, November 12, 2008 (09:25:25)
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The National Campaign Director and NWC member Hadjie Abdul Gamiet will leave for Durban to launch 20 branches.
The groundwork for these branches were laid earlier this year by him and members of the National Working Committee. He is expected to stay in Durban for the next three (3) months to mobilise 500 000 votes for the Party.
If you are from KZN and would like to get involved with Aljama, Call 0825429593 or simply email info@localhost:8888/aljama
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