Undoubtedly, the advantages of independence outweigh the current situation in South Africa.
It is legal, feasible, fair, practical, and necessary.
The quest for Independence for groups indigenous to the Cape, sharing a common language or languages and culture will be achieved through a legal process which is completely legal and legislated in the South Arican Constitution through the:
South African Law:
Article 235 of the South African Constitution
Article 1 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
Article 20 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights
The citizens of the new country will vote for a new government which will make its employees accountable to the citizens.
We have various committees that will eventually become the interim government, this will be researched and dealt with by the economics committee.
The new currency selected will be aligned with one of the international currencies.
The Swiss Canton system will be the government system of choice allowing the citizens more options for a stable, peaceful and prospective country.
The newly elected Government will be directly accountable to Cape Citizens.
The tax income generated in the Cape will be used for the benefit of Cape citizens.
Improved education system, police forces, healthcare system.
Zero tolerance for lawlessness, racism and discrimination and effective changes in housing benefits.
Recognition of property rights.
Closed borders to prevent the influx of illegal immigrants.