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Canadian Immigration for Victims of Xenophobia in South Africa/Immigration canadienne pour les victimes de xénophobie en Afrique du Sud

I recently addressed an opened letter to the Minister of IRCC pleading him to open an immigration program for the victims of xenophobia in South Africa. Please sign this petition in supprt of that. J'ai récemment adressé une lettre ouverte au ministre d'IRCC le priant d'ouvrir un programme d'immigration à l'intention des victimes de la xénophobie en Afrique du Sud. Veuillez signer cette pétition pour supporter cela.

Created: 2019-09-04

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 7408 6719
2020 7465 6588

Shut down Mclaren Circus, South Africa

Mclaren circus uses animals such as lions, snakes, tigers, camels and many more. These animals should not be used as entertainment and these animals deserve to have a better life and be free from that horrible business. The animals deserve to be respected and to be free to live in the wild instead of cages for peoples entertainment.  THIS NEEDS TO STOP. 

Created: 2019-11-16

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 6726 5895
2020 6730 5896

PETITION AGAINST THE SIGNING INTO LAW, THE CURRENT AMENDMENTS TO THE COPYRIGHT ACT No. 98 of 1978 BY HONORABLE PRESIDENT RAMAPHOSA.

Dear Mr President, We the collective creative industry of content creators through this petition, appeal to you Mr.President not to sign this Bill until a thorough review, more engagement and an adequate independent impact study and review process have been executed and amendments made on the findings. Whilst we welcome reform and updating of the Act to be functional and in line with the new world, the amendments do not protect the rights of content creators namely, Authors, Scriptwriters, Musi

Created: 2019-03-23

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 4497 4399
2020 4498 4399

STOP TAVERNS AND SPAZA SHOPS IN YOUR SUBURB

The City of Ekurhuleni is planning to amend its Land Use Scheme to allow for taverns and spaza shops on properties zoned Residential 1.  This will have potential to dramatically change the structure and amenity of all suburban areas.  Please submit written comments to Sibongile.Nkosi@ekurhuleni.gov.za and/or sign this online petition. DEADLINE 30TH NOVEMBER 2019.

Created: 2019-11-20

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 3247 3199
2020 3258 3209

SOLVING THE GERT VAN ROOYEN/JOEY HAAROFF MISSING CHILDREN CASE

      Dear Minister Bheki Cele, We the undersigned is requesting that a new reliable investigating officer is appointed to investigate the Gert van Rooyen/Joey Haaroff missing children case.  It is 30 years this year that our girls are missing and the current investigating officer is not making any progress.  We demand that the parents get answers.  Many people have fractured information and it is time that we get an investigating officer who can put these puzzle pieces together and give these

Created: 2019-01-02

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 1622 1508
2020 1622 1508

PETITION TO URGENTLY ADDRESS ROAD SAFETY AT THE DANGEROUS INTERSECTION OF DELMAS RD (R50) & BARNARD ST, ELARDUSPARK.

The purpose of this petition is to appeal to the Tshwane Metro, to urgently take the  required steps that ensure the safety of road users and pedestrians alike, at the intersection of Delmas Rd and Barnard St, Elarduspark.  This includes the installation of traffic calming devices to reduce vehicle speed, turning arrows and pedestrian activated controls.

Created: 2019-11-22

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 1154 1142
2020 1157 1145

GLEN MARAIS SUBSTATION POWER FAILURE

We the residents of Kempton Park have had to endure numerous power outages on a regular basis . The Metro does not seem to be able to handle the situation and plan accordingly. We cannot accept the excuses that the Metro keeps on providing for these outages. We call upon the Portfolio Committee of COGTA to investigate the high number of outages and to instruct the Metro to appoint external engineers to do a thorough assessment on the cause of these outages and for the Metro to report back to the

Created: 2019-06-10

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 1016 1003
2020 1019 1003

Save Buffelspoort Dam and the surrounding environment

Buffelspoort Dam is one of South Africa’s most vibrant and beautiful sites. It is a home away from home for family’s who want to fish, camp or do some waterskiing and many other recreational activities that bring the community together. The land directly across from the dam is soon to be handed over to a local mining company which will inevitably destroy the local ecosystem. This will lead to unnecessary pollution of the cleanest dam in South Africa and kill majority if not all of the life in it

Created: 2019-12-12

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 1058 975
2020 1060 977

Ban Fireworks-South Africa

Due to many animals been harmed and stressed during the New Year's Eve celebrations as well as any other excuse they use to set off fireworks, we need to do more to ban fireworks. A heavy fine should be given if caught in possession or letting off fireworks.

Created: 2017-01-02

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 3054 2973
2020 1005 974

Move the New England Road Pietermaritzburg Landfill!!

We are all concerned about the state of the New England road landfill. Fires happen on a regular basis due to a number of reasons,  which then covers all areas with its toxic smoke... which then hovers over the 3 schools across the highway. Some serious info quoted by Musa Chamane, groundWork waste campaign manager.  : "The chemicals emitted from the landfill site are among the most carcinogenic compounds known to cause cancers in humans. Any exposure to these chemicals, especially for people wi

Created: 2017-03-15

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 1216 1195
2020 896 883



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