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Elections 2014: A guide to all registered parties

first_img• IEC National Office Spokesperson: Kate Bapela Tel: 012 622 5700 Fax: 012 622 5784 Cell: 082 600 6386 spokesperson@elections.org.za Call centre: 0800 11 8000 • Find the IEC online WebsiteFacebook Twitter YouTubeOn 7 May 2014 South Africans will vote in the country’s fifth national democratic elections, 20 years after the end of apartheid in 1994. The deadline for political parties to officially register with the Independent Electoral Commission closed on 12 March.A total of 152 parties are registered for the 7 May poll. We bring you a brief guide to the parties – the established, the newcomers, and the outliers.The 13 political parties currently represented in South Africa’s national parliament are all on the list – dominated by the ruling African National Congress, then the official opposition Democratic Alliance. This year’s list also includes two significant newcomers: Agang SA, and the Economic Freedom Fighters.Further down the list are over a hundred parties that reveal the vigour and diversity of the country’s democracy. Only in South Africa could, alphabetically, the Boerestaat Party of South Africa (BSP) be listed right next to the Bolsheviks Party of South Africa (BPSA) …The information on this list is according to the details each party has registered with the Independent Electoral Commission of South Africa.Jump to:Established partiesNoteworthy newcomersSmaller partiesEstablished partiesThe parties currently representing voters in South Africa’s national parliament, in alphabetical order.African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP)Contact: Raymond Tlaeli Telephone: 011 8693941 • Fax: 011 8693942 • Postal address: PO Box 1677, Alberton, Gauteng, South Africa, 1450Website: www.acdp.org.zaAfrican National Congress (ANC)Contact: G Mantashe Telephone: 011 3761000 • Fax: 011 3761124 • Postal address: PO Box 61884, Marshalltown, 2107Website: www.anc.org.zaAfrican People’s Convention (APC)Contact: Paseka Zacharia Moshwadiba Telephone: 011 8717159 • Fax: 086 5661385 • Postal address: PO Box 4047, Kempton Park, 1620Website: www.theapc.org.zaAzanian People’s Organisation (Azapo)Contact: Strike Thokoane Telephone: 011 3316430 • Fax: 011 3316433 • Postal address: PO Box 4230, Johannesburg, 2000Website: www.azapo.org.zaCongress of the People (Cope)Contact: Deidre Carter Telephone: 082 8319168 • Fax: 086 6111601 • Postal address: 5th & 6th Floor, Metropolitian Building, corner Fox & Rissik Street, Johannesburg, 2006Website: www.congressofthepeople.org.zaDemocratic Alliance (DA)Contact: Penny Tainton Telephone: 021 4651431 • Fax: 086 5700282 • Postal address: PO Box 1475, Cape Town, 8000Website: www.da.org.zaIndependent Democrats (ID)Contact: Patricia De Lille Telephone: 021 4033530 • Fax: 021 4032350 • Postal address: PO Box 751, Cape Town, 8000Website: www.id.org.zaInkatha Freedom Party (IFP)Contact: P Smith Telephone: 021 403 2996 • Fax: 031 301 0279 • Postal address: PO Box 4432, Durban, 4000Website: www.ifp.org.zaMinority Front (MF)Contact: Telephone: 031 4041993 • Fax: 031 4049059 • Postal address: 76 Trisula Avenue, Arena Park, Chatsworth, 4037Website: www.mf.org.zaPan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC)Contact: Mbuyiswa Gantso Telephone: 011 8389380 • Fax: 011 8389384 • Postal address: PO Box 6010, Johannesburg, 2000Website: www.pac.org.zaUnited Christian Democratic Party (UCDP)Contact: Pamela Motshidisi Motswenyane Telephone: 018 3815691 • Fax: 018 3817346 • Postal address: PO Box 3010, Mmbatho, 2735Website: www.ucdp.org.zaUnited Democratic Movement (UDM)Contact: H Nobongoza Telephone: 012 321 0010 • Fax: 012 321 0014 • Postal address: PO Box 26290, Arcadia, 0007Website: www.udm.org.zaVryheidsfront Plus (VF Plus)Contact: PD Uys Telephone: 012 665 0564 • Fax: 086 654 3289 • Postal address: PO Box 74693, Lynnwood Ridge, 0040Website: www.vf.co.zaNoteworthy newcomersSignificant new parties, contesting national elections for the first time.Agang South Africa (Agang SA)Contact: Andrew Gasnolar Telephone: 021 4121530 • Fax: 011 7185042 • Postal address: 9th Floor, Braamfontein Centre, 23 Jorissen Street, Braamfontein, 2000Website: www.agangsa.org.zaEconomic Freedom Fighters (EFF)Contact: Mpho Ramakatsa Telephone: 079 5020422 • Fax: 086 5178839 • Postal address: Office 002 3rd Floor, Mineralia Building, corner De Beer & De Korte Streets, Braamfontein, 2001Website: http://effighters.org.zaSmaller partiesFrom the Abolition of Income Tax and Usury Party to the Ximoko Party … for South Africans who want to make a different choice, there’s lots to choose from.Abolition of Income Tax and Usury Party (AITUP)Contact: SM Goodson Telephone: 028 2738887 • Fax: 028 2738887 • Postal address: PO Box 360, Pringle Bay, 7196Website: www.abolishtax.org.zaAfrica Muslim Party (AMP)Contact: W Hassiem Telephone: 021 975 7862 • Fax: 021 975 7863 • Postal address: 10 Rodger Street, Valmary Park, Durbanville, 7550African Bond of Unity (ABU) Contact: Cheryl Philander Telephone: 021 3763126 • Postal address: 1 Buick Crescent , Beacon Valley, Mitchells Plain, Cape Town, 0000African Christian Alliance – Afrikaner Christen Alliansie (ACA)Contact: Petrus Johannes Van Der Westhuizen Telephone: 012 8001633 • Fax: 086 7330066 • Postal address: PO Box 98134, Waterkloof Heights, Pretoria, Tshwane, 0065Website: www.acaparty.org.zaAfrican Independent Congress (AIC)Contact: G.Z Ntlola Telephone: 0397374045 • Fax: 0397374045 • Postal address: PO Box 352, Matatiele, 4730African National Party (ANP)Contact: Langa Ndlovu Telephone: 047 5311717 • Fax: 047 5311717 • Postal address: PO Box 692, Mqanduli, 5080African Nazareth Democratic Movement (ANDM)Contact: Lindani Thokozane Hlatshwayo Telephone: 031 5784375 • Fax: 031 5784375 • Postal address: 37 Pressfield Place, Marbleray, 4037African United Front (AUF)Contact: Ronald James Sauls Telephone: 079 9004236 • Fax: 018 2946049 • Postal address: 81 Reitz Street, Von Villagh, Potchefstroom, 2252Afrika Borwa Kgutlisa Botho (ABKB)Contact: Phethelo Broese Peni Telephone: 0573971272 • Fax: 0573971272 • Postal address: 11087 Oppenheimer Park, Fonya Crescent, 9463Al Jama-AhContact: MGE Hendricks Telephone: 021 5314273 • Fax: 086 6848625 • Postal address: 1A Forest Place, Pinelands, 7405Website: www.aljama.co.zaAmbassadors Drive (AD)Contact: Elisabeth Mushwana Telephone: 079 2971416 • Postal address: 379 / 3 Mia-Ennerdale, 3rd Avenue, Ennerdale, 1830Black Consciousness Party (BCP)Contact: Nkosi Potto Molala Telephone: 012 4523811 • Fax: 012 3461149 • Postal address: Office No. 211, Southern Life Bld, 239 Pretorius Street, Pretoria, 0002Boerestaat Party of SA (BSP)Contact: CJB Vermaak Telephone: 011 762 3842 • Fax: 011 762 3842 • Postal address: PO Box 4995, Luipaards Vlei, 1743Bolsheviks Party of South Africa (BPSA)Contact: Eric Shimola Mathebe Telephone: 011 9433693 • Fax: 086 5338025 • Postal address: PO Box 265, Dennilton, 1030Website: www.bolshevikspartysa.orgBushbuckridge Residents Association (BRA)Contact: Delta Mokwena Telephone: 082 6738119 • Fax: 013 7955770 • Postal address: Brooklyn Trust, PO Box 11162, Acornhoek, 1360Cape Party / Kaapse Party (Cape)Contact: Jack Miller Telephone: 021 6718668 • Fax: 021 7942662 • Postal address: PO Box 23900, Claremont, 7735Christian Democratic Alliance (CDA)Contact: Kerry Lee Botha Telephone: 012 6510608 • Fax: 012 6510608 • Postal address: PO Box 26186, Arcadia, Pretoria, 0007Christian Democratic Party (CDP)Contact: Kerry L Botha Telephone: 012 6510608 • Fax: 012 6510608 • Postal address: PO Box 26186, Arcadia, 0007Civic Alliance of South Africa (Casa)Contact: Sinki Michael Motsoane Telephone: 023 4143856 • Postal address: 30 Blue Bell Straat, Essopville, Beaufort West, 6970Civic IndependentContact: Nicolin Peter Crouwcamp Telephone: 023 6143263 • Fax: 086 6038515 • Postal address: PO Box 522, Montagu, 6720Community of South AfricaContact: Jabulane Lucas Radebe Telephone: 079 2432460 • Fax: 086 5718096 • Postal address: PO Box 1014, Ekangala, 1021Corrections & Civil Rights Movement (CCRM)Contact: Miles Bhudu Telephone: 011 3425742 • Fax: 011 8388373 • Postal address: 20 Fisher Street Ext 9, Eldorado Park, 1812Dabalorivhuwa Patriotic Front (DPF)Contact: TS Makhale Telephone: 015 962 5404 • Fax: 015 962 0891 • Postal address: PO Box 544, Sibasa, 0970Democratic Action Party (DAP)Contact: Paresh Mehta Telephone: 031 5006000 • Fax: 031 5007000 • Postal address: 10 Crete Street Starwood , Phoenix Durban, 4068Democratic Christian Party (DCP)Contact: Jacques Nico Ernest David Klazen Telephone: 023 2311656 • Fax: 023 3161877 • Postal address: Jasmyn Street 26, Bella-Vista, Ceres, 6835Democratic Labour Party (DLP)Contact: John Jullies Telephone: 021 9878728 • Postal address: 20 Park Avenue, Scottsdene, Kraaifontein, 7670Democratic Movement (DM)Contact: Sibongile Ndotshanga Telephone: 047 5323495 • Fax: 047 5323495 • Postal address: No 5 Fraser Road, Waterfall Park, Mthatha, 0000Democratic Party (DP)Contact: Penny Tainton Telephone: 021 4651431 • Fax: 086 5700282 • Postal address: PO Box 1475, Cape Town, 8000Die Volk Stem van Suider Afrika (DVSVSA)Contact: Anwar Romes Telephone: 082 7659933 • Fax: 021 8701443 • Postal address: 68 Sarah Robertson Straat, Drakenstein, Paarl-Oos, 7646Dikwankwetla Party of South Africa (DPSA)Contact: Moeketsi Lebesa Telephone: 058 7130432 • Fax: 086 5562711 • Postal address: 1st Floor Post Office, Peete Street, Phuthaditjhaba, 9866Direct Democracy Forum (DDF)Contact: John Barrington Telephone: 072 7610382 • Postal address: PO Box 31534, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 2017Website: http://ddforum.co.za/EcopeaceContact: Alan Murphy Telephone: 031 465 7129 • Fax: 031 4615768 • Postal address: 449 Oliver Lea Drive, Umbilo, Durban, 4001Employment Movement of South Africa (Emsa)Contact: M Reitz Telephone: 021 794 0307 • Fax: 021 794 0307 • Postal address: No 29., Klein Constantia Road, Constantia, 7806Equal Rights PartyContact: Michael Casper Herbst Telephone: 072 5503644 • Postal address: PO Box 294, Edenvale, 1610Federal Congress (Fedcon)Contact: Matthew Shunmugam Telephone: 034 3124167 • Fax: 034 3124167 • Postal address: PO Box 23046, Newcastle, 2940First Indigenous Movement of South Africa (Fimosa)Contact: Elvis Thomas Balance Telephone: 011 7321245 • Fax: 011 7321245 • Postal address: 289 Heimwee Crescent , Geluksdal, Brakpan, 1550First Nation Liberation Alliance (Finla)Contact: Rev. Larry Varrie Telephone: 011 3851277 • Fax: 011 3851277 • Postal address: 14 Daf Street, Eden Park, Alberton, Gauteng, 1455Front Nasionaal / Front National (FN)Contact: Francois Cloete Telephone: 012 5467370 • Fax: 086 2181908 • Postal address: PO Box 17629, Pretoria Noord, 0116God’s People’s Party (GPP)Contact: JHJ van Rensburg Telephone: 017 647 0056 • Fax: 086 6938110 • Postal address: PO Box 1717, Bethal, Mpumalanga, 2310Great Kongress of South Africa (GKSA)Contact: Vb Chuturgoon Telephone: 034 326 4832 • Fax: 034 326 4832 • Postal address: PO Box 24067, Newcastle, 2940Green Party of South Africa (GPGP)Contact: J Sole Telephone: 021 789 1391 • Fax: 021 789 1143 • Postal address: PO Box 114, Noordhoek, 7985His Lordship To Save and Lead PartyContact: Dumile Jozela Telephone: 039 7374549 • Fax: 039 7373870 • Postal address: PO Box 726, Matatiele, 4730Independent Civic Organisation of South Africa (Icosa)Contact: Ls Dhlamini Telephone: 083 402 5115 • Fax: 057 215 1404 • Postal address: PO Box 241, Virginia, 9430Independent Ratepayers Association of SA (Irasa)Contact: Izak David Berg Telephone: 011 9025984 • Fax: 011 9025529 • Postal address: PO Box 813, Alberton, 1450Indigenous Peoples Organisation (IPO)Contact: Lester Stanley Thomas Telephone: 078 6493003 • Postal address: 36 Titanuim Street, Chris Nissan Park, Somerset West, 7130International Revelation Congress (IRC)Contact: Thinawanga Ernest Mammba Telephone: 083 5595147 • Fax: 086 6034075 • Postal address: 1693 Tshiawelo, Thohoyandou Street, Soweto, 1818Keep it Straight and Simple (Kiss) Contact: Claire C Gaiford Telephone: 072 7172750 • Postal address: PO Box 243, Heidelberg, 1438Website: www.kissparty.co.zaKhoisan First Indigenous Political Party (KFIPP)Contact: Mmereki Job Makhafola Telephone: 072 0993506 • Fax: 086 6063615 • Postal address: 385 James Dewrance Single, Eersterus, Pretoria, 0022Khoisan Kingdom and All People (KKAAP)Contact: Jack Moreki Telephone: 012 7174679 • Fax: 086 6409085 • Postal address: 4318 Unit D, Temba Extension 6, Pretoria, 0407Khoisan PartyContact: Nathan Windvogel Telephone: 021 8622186 • Postal address: PO Box 3192, Paarl, 7620Khoisan United Front (KUF)Contact: Benedict Aloysius Kabab Telephone: 021 954 4862 • Postal address: 251 Delft Main Road, Voorburg, Delft, 7100Kingdom Governance Movement (KGM)Contact: Mpumezo Noel Ngesi Telephone: 043 6422395 • Fax: 086 2243957 • Postal address: 40 Eales Street, King William’s Town, Eastern Cape, 5601Konserwatiewe / Conservative Party (KP/CP)Contact: Peet Booysen Telephone: 0123476302 • Fax: 0123476302 • Postal address: 612 Goudsnip Street, Monument Park Ext 2, Pretoria, 0002Kwa-Zulu Natal Transport Alliance (KZNTA)Contact: Bafana Mhlongo Telephone: 031 309 9674 • Fax: 031 309 9674 • Postal address: PO Box 14127, Austerville, 4005Libertarian Party of South Africa (Lipsa)Contact: Barend Hendrick De Harde Telephone: 011 8884346 • Postal address: PO Box 3302, Jeffreys Bay, 6330Merafong Civic Association (Meca)Contact: Bongani Mhlwempu Mapolisa Telephone: 071 1582663 • Fax: 086 6727593 • Postal address: PO Box 17486, Norkem Park, 1631Moqhaka Apostolic Ministers Association (Mama)Contact: Matintong Aaron Lebuso Telephone: 076 7576134 • Fax: 086 6140206 • Postal address: PO Box 5094, P. O. Lengau, 9500Movement of God (MMG)Contact: Deon Mukhuba Telephone: 071 1220086 • Postal address: 7228 Katleho Street, Kanana, Orkney, 2619Movement Democratic Party (MDP)Contact: Jake Maseka Telephone: 0127031337 • Fax: 0127033454 • Postal address: PO Box 9113113, Rosslyn, 0200Mpumalanga Party (MP)Contact: William Motibi Rampisa Telephone: 083 3370369 • Fax: 086 5175003 • Postal address: Private Bag X521, Elandsfontein, 0485Mzantsi People’s Front (MPF)Contact: Raymond Yeki Postal address: 2 Rose Street, Bongweni , Khayelitsha, 7784Nasionaal Demokratiese Party / National Democratic Party (NDP)Contact: MP Bester Telephone: 022 7131646 • Fax: 022 7131646 • Postal address: PO Box 799, Vredenburg, 7380National Christian Democratic Party (NCDP)Contact: Alfred B Modise Telephone: 074 3613493 • Fax: 086 5466254 • Postal address: PO Box 1218, Florida, 1710National Convention of Azania (NCA)Contact: Sithembiso Reginald Kondlo Telephone: 073 8081457 • Fax: 047 5323664 • Postal address: Private Bag X484, Qumbu, 5180National Democratic Convention (Nadeco)Contact: Margaret Sheron Arnolds Telephone: 083 958 0222 • Fax: 086 662 0058 • Postal address: PO Box 4142, Durban, 4000National Freedom Party (NFP)Contact: Duduzile Precious Mhlongo Telephone: 031 9070667 • Fax: 031 4658516 • Postal address: PO Box 61536, Bishopsgate, 4008National Independent Civic Organisation (Nico)Contact: JJ Januarie Telephone: 079 9593376 • Fax: 086 2199528 • Postal address: 3 School Street, Swellendam, 6740National Independent Party (NIP)Contact: Matsheke Mzamani Daniel Telephone: 083 2449682 • Fax: 086 6458171 • Postal address: PO Box 4209, Giyani, 0826National Party South Africa (NP)Contact: Achmat Williams Telephone: 082 4778678 • Fax: 021 5937886 • Postal address: PO Box 772, Maitland, 7405Website: www.nationalparty.co.zaNational People’s Party (NPP)Contact: Johan Arnoldus van Niekerk Telephone: 021 552 1538 • Fax: 021 555 1455 • Postal address: P.O Box 16373, Vlaeberg, 8018National Republican Party (NRP)Contact: . Zandile Lerato Rakgabane Telephone: 011 7364553 • Fax: 086 7145478 • Postal address: PO Box 3, SpringsNationalist Coloured Party (NCP)Contact: Andre Jacobs Telephone: 081 3898546 • Fax: 086 5583974 • Postal address: 30 Tambotie Crescent, Durbanville, 7550Nehemiah Liberation Christian Party (NLCP)Contact: John Riddles Telephone: 079 9726595 • Postal address: 85 Erica Street, Tafelsig, Lost City, Mitchells Plain, 7785Pan Africanist Movement (PAM)Contact: Clarence Mayekiso Telephone: 039 6823331 • Fax: 086 5486917 • Postal address: PO Box 44106, Port-Shepstone, 4240Parliament of Polls Practical Administration and Diplomats (Poppad)Contact: Desmond Segole Mashabela Telephone: 082 2212924 • Postal address: 24687 Madikizela Street, Extension 3 Kwa-Thema, Springs, 1575Patriotic Alliance (PA)Contact: Thapelo Kenny Kunene Telephone: 011 7833313 • Postal address: Block A3, N1 City Goodwood, Cape Town, 8000Patriotic Movemement of South Africa (Pamsa)Contact: Lindiwe Doris Liwani Telephone: 073 7647820 • Fax: 047 5371701 • Postal address: 87 Dikweni Street, Ikwezi Township, Mthatha, 5099Peace and Justice Congress (PJC)Contact: Muhammed Rashad Khan Telephone: 021 4626860 • Fax: 021 4622460 • Postal address: 1st Floor , Herold Gie Building, 8 Darling Street, Cape Town, 8001Website: www.pjcongress.co.zaPeaceContact: Zaheed Valli Telephone: 011 8549175 • Postal address: 31 Citroen Circle, Extension 13, Lenasia, 1827People With Disability Democratic Party (PDDP)Contact: Sipho Hlabishi Mmaboko Telephone: 072 0881019 • Postal address: PO Box 50237, Motwaneng Nebo, 1059People’s African Party (PAP)Contact: Shaheed Noor Telephone: 021 683 9374 • Fax: 021 683 9373 • Postal address: 134 Milner Road, Claremont, Cape Town, 7708Peoples Alliance (PAL)Contact: Samuel H Kennedy Telephone: 031 3122650 • Fax: 031 3122652 • Postal address: PO Box 1706, New Germany, 3610Website: www.peoplesalliance.org.zaPeople’s Civic Organisation (PCO)Contact: Luyanda Njomane Telephone: 011 0568600 • Fax: 086 5852983 • Postal address: 57 Ockerse Street, 1st Floor Chamber Building, Krugersdorp Cbd, Mogale City, 1740Website: www.peoplescivic.netPeople’s Democratic Movement (PDM)Contact: Christopher John Grootboom Telephone: 073 2524135 • Fax: 023 6264977 • Postal address: 50 Van Zyl Street , Robertson, 6705People’s Party of South Africa (PPSA)Contact: NM Nndadamala Telephone: 012 7714638 • Fax: 086 2124067 • Postal address: 5038 Unit 5, Temba, 0400Poelano Revelation Party (PRP)Contact: Philemon Sadick Telephone: 078 4405726 • Postal address: 2855 Temba Location, Temba, 0407Prem Peoples Agenda (Prem)Contact: Premram Sookmungal Telephone: 011 0537719 • Postal address: Stand 175 , Lawley Station, Informal Settlement, Lawley, 1827Prisoners Political Party (PPP)Contact: Tshepang Johny Mothibeli Telephone: 072 9541034 • Postal address: 1445 Zwane Street, Tumahole, Parys, 9585Progressive Alliance SA (PA SA)Contact: Charles Harmse Telephone: 083 2060978 • Postal address: 20 Reuter Street, Sarepta , Kuilsrivier, Cape Town, 7540Progressive Democratic Party (PDP)Contact: Sicelo Armstrong Qwele Telephone: 084 8472537 • Fax: 011 9693331 • Postal address: 94 Grant Street, Putfontein, Benoni, 1525Regte Party / Right Party (RP)Contact: Glk Sinclair Telephone: 011 609 6217 • Fax: 011 609 6217 • Postal address: PO Box 651, Edenvale, 1610Republican Democrats (RD)Contact: Adelaide Ramela Telephone: 072 5218612 • Fax: 086 6073532 • Postal address: 236 Van Erkom Building, 217 Pretorius Street, Pretoria, 0001Royal Loyal Progress (RLP)Contact: Dudu Melta Sibiya Telephone: 03431 23762 • Fax: 034 315 3410 • Postal address: PO Box 14272, Madadeni, 2951Security Workers Political Party (SWPP)Contact: Isaac Mmotsa Telephone: 079 8459398 • Postal address: 11811 Extension 6, Mamelodi East, Pretoria, 0122Sibanye Civic Association (SCA)Contact: Derrick Arthur Hendrickse Telephone: 021 8895042 • Postal address: 8 Fontein Street, Cloetesville, Stellenbosch, 7600Website: www.stelcivic.org.zaSimunye in Christ Organisation (Simunye)Contact: NR Mogudi Telephone: 011 7321171 • Fax: 011 7321171 • Postal address: PO Box 70170, Tsakane, 1548Sindawonye Progressive Party (SPP)Contact: RQ Mtsweni Telephone: 013 945 7002 • Fax: 013 963 0049 • Postal address: PO Box 291, Kwa- Mhlanga, 1022Sion Kingdom and Priesthood Everlasting (Skape)Contact: Lindimpi Phineas Mhlanga Telephone: 078 0093996 • Postal address: PO Box 749, Siyabuswa, Mpumalanga, 0472Socialist Green Coalition (SGC)Contact: Trevor Ngwane Telephone: 011 9384305 • Fax: 011 9389907 • Postal address: PO Box 3579, Southgate Mall, Johannesburg, 2082Socialist Party of Azania (Sopa)Contact: Lt Mabasa Telephone: 011 337 0587 • Fax: 011 403 4053 • Postal address: PO Box 11039, Johannesburg, 2000South Africa First (SAF)Contact: Edward M Mokhoanatse Telephone: 072 5873460 • Postal address: 68 Elandsdrift Road, Elandsdrift, Lanseria, Randburg, 1748South Africa People’s Party (Sapp)Contact: Ismail Sampson Telephone: 021 6379534 • Fax: 021 6379534 • Postal address: 298 Ottery Road, Ottery, Cape Town, 7800South African Business Party (SABP)Contact: Clarodene Last Telephone: 021 852 4444 • Fax: 021 852 8005 • Postal address: PO Box 1138, Somerset West, Western Cape, 7129South African Civic Social Development Movement (SACSDM)Contact: Edward Bezana Telephone: 039 2531392 • Fax: 039 2531397 • Postal address: PO Box 1028, Lusikisiki, 4820South African Communist Party (SACP)Contact: S Zungu Telephone: 011 339 3621 • Fax: 011 339 4244 • Postal address: PO Box 1027, Johannesburg, 2000South African Maintenance and Estate Beneficiaries Association (Sameba)Contact: Makgorometse Gift Makhaba Telephone: 013 2640020 • Fax: 086 5344292 • Postal address: PO Box 841, Nebo, 1059South African People for Equality (Shape)Contact: Armien Albertyn Telephone: 021 4476228 • Fax: 021 4477263 • Postal address: 31 Aubrey Street, Salt River, Cape Town, 8000South African Political Alliance (Safpa)Contact: I Bester Telephone: 022 713 1646 • Fax: 022 713 1646 • Postal address: PO Box 799, Vredenburg, 7380South African Political Association (Sapa)Contact: Tebogo Locks Telephone: 014 5929319 • Fax: 086 2187835 • Postal address: 145 Klopper Street, Rustenburg, 0300South African Political Party (Sapp)Contact: MR Mokitimi Telephone: 018 384 2207 • Fax: 018 384 2207 • Postal address: PO Box 3755, Mmabatho, 2735The Peoples Independent Civic Organisation (TPICO)Contact: Jacob Botha Telephone: 022 7722493 • Postal address: 1 Aalwyn Straat, Langebaan, 7357The Promise of Freedom (TPF)Contact: Kenneth Will Jackson Telephone: 071 1208425 • Postal address: 161 Kenville Road, Umgeni, Durban, 4001The Real Party (TRP)Contact: Simphiwe Mandla Nxumalo Telephone: 035 7721783 • Fax: 086 7646584 • Postal address: No 6 Turnbull Street, Empangeni, 3880Website: www.real.org.zaTrue Freedom Party (TFP)Contact: Gift Mashabane Telephone: 072 1870297 • Postal address: 10285 Mthimkhulu Street, Mamelodi East, 0122Truly Alliance (TA)Contact: Mahomed Faruk Adam Telephone: 0315053309 • Fax: 0315053307 • Postal address: 388 Palmview Drive, Palmview, Phoenix, 4068Ubumbano Lwesizwe Sabangoni (Ubumbano)Contact: Mehlwenkosi Hamilton Buthelezi Telephone: 074 7047780 • Fax: 086 2724236 • Postal address: 6 Brineclay Place, Phoenix, Durban, 4068Ubuntu PartyContact: Michael Tellinger Telephone: 082 3213105 • Fax: 086 6006420 • Postal address: P.O.Box 204, Waterval Boven, 1195Umnotho Democratic Front (UDF)Contact: Mgcini Mlangeni Telephone: 071 7727060 • Fax: 086 5091411 • Postal address: 18 Orron Crescent, 195 Crompton Street, Pinetown, 3610Email: ygt@webmail.co.zaUnemployment Movement SA (Umsa)Contact: Mutsharini T David Telephone: 079 1784405 • Postal address: House 164, Vleifontein, Kgopotsetiro Street, 0948Unified Popular Movement (UPM)Contact: Jimmmy Thlopane Vuma Telephone: 084 6646098 • Fax: 011 9757133 • Postal address: 186 Igqagqa Section, Tembisa, 1632United African Democrats (UAD)Contact: Gordon Mthombeni Telephone: 012 7714021 • Fax: 086 6588101 • Postal address: Suite No 407, Constantia Building, corner Andries & Schoeman Str, Pretoria, 0001United Congress (Unico)Contact: Nokulunga Ezethu Sithole Telephone: 043 7354499 • Fax: 043 7354536 • Postal address: 20 Carisbrook Road, Stikling, East London, 5200United Front (UF)Contact: T D Hlatshwayo Telephone: 011 331 0404 1110 • Fax: 011 331 3240 • Postal address: 17th Floor Kine Centre, 141 Commissioner Street, Johannesburg, 2001United Residents Front (URF)Contact: Mofihli Thomas Likotsi Telephone: 051 5346529 • Fax: 051 5341436 • Postal address: 38 Fort Street, Bloemfontein, 0000United State of Africa Organisation (Usao)Contact: Ali Metsing Telephone: 011 9201749 • Fax: 011 9241276 • Postal address: 632 Endulwini Section, Tembi Mall, Tembisa, 1632Universal Civics of South Africa (Ucosa)Contact: David Sasman Telephone: 071 8718556 • Fax: 021 8800413 • Postal address: 8 Rorine Street, Stellenbosch, 7601Western Cape Community (WCC)Contact: Juan Ro Swanepoel Telephone: 023 6142614 • Fax: 023 6141667 • Postal address: 18 Badskop Crescent, Montagu, 6730Women Forward (WF)Contact: Nana Ngobese Telephone: 033 3427136 • Fax: 033 3427137 • Postal address: PO Box 22170, Mayors Walk, Pietermaritzburg, 3208Workers and Socialist Party (Wasp)Contact: Mametlwe Sebei Telephone: 011 3330804 • Fax: 011 3330804 • Postal address: Office 405, House of Movements, 123 Pritchard Street (corner. Mooi), Johannesburg, 2000Workers International Vanguard Party (WIVP)Contact: S Mahomed Telephone: 021 4476777 • Fax: 088 2144767 • Postal address: 1st Floor, Community House, 41 Salt River, Salt River, 7925Website: www.workersinternational.org.zaWorkers Party (WP)Contact: TTD Hlatshwayo Telephone: 011 331 0455 • Fax: 011 331 1481 • Postal address: PO Box 6455, Johannesburg, 2000World Solidarity Movement (WSM)Contact: Bernardo van Heerden-Baez Telephone: 012 998 2317 • Fax: 012 348 1562 • Postal address: Suite 59, Private Bag X2005, Menlyn, 0036Ximoko Party (XP)Contact: AM Mabunda Telephone: 01581 23718 • Fax: 01581 21454 • Postal address: PO Box 5202, Giyani, 0826last_img read more

API of the Week: Convert HTML to PDF with Joliprint’s API

first_imgJoliprint is a Web service that lets users convert pages into PDFs with a simple bookmarklet. It also has a RESTful API that third party developers can use to convert HTML into PDF. No API key is required, and it can be used in both commercial and non-commercial projects.So far developers have used the API to create:Plugins for the content management systems DotClear and Typo3An RSS to PDF service called Feed2PDFAn Android app that converts pages into PDFs called Url2PDF Related Posts Why You Love Online Quizzes Tags:#APIs#hack 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac…center_img How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? klint finley Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoidlast_img

More Information on the Passive House Conference in San Francisco

first_imgPassive House Institute US has posted its list of programs for the 9th Annual North American Passive House Conference in San Francisco in September.The conference, which runs from Sept. 10 through Sept. 14, opens with a keynote address by researcher and author William Rose on Sept. 12 before breaking into a number of separate discussions on narrowly focused topics.“The PHIUS Technical Committee received more top-notch proposals to present at the 9th Annual North American Passive House Conference than ever,” PHIUS Executive Director Katrin Klingenberg said in a news release. “We had to add four 2-hour sessions to make room for all great work the passive house community has been doing over the past year.”In all, there are two dozen sessions on topics that include residential and commercial case studies, marketing and business, indoor air quality, the Living Building Challenge, and insulation, among many others.Separately, PHIUS has scheduled a series of technical pre-conference workshops on Sept. 10. and 11. There’s also a tour of Passivhaus projects in the area on Sept. 14.Early registration for the conference at the Waterfront Marriott has been extended until July 17. Prices are posted at the registration website.last_img read more

Concert Videography: What You Should and Shouldn’t Do

first_imgHere are 8 tips for filming concerts both big and small — including what not to do.Cover image via Shutterstock.In what has become an absolute staple of the concert experience, videographers will now and forever be recording at shows. If you’ve attempted it before, you know that concerts can be tricky for several reasons.They’re loud. They’re often poorly lit. They’re crowded. They’re live (as in you only get one chance to catch each moment). They’re unpredictable, un-choreographed, and they don’t care if you get your shot or not.However, with a good attitude, good planning, and the right equipment, you can record shows with some pretty spectacular results. Let’s check out these tips on what works, and perhaps more importantly, what doesn’t.Do: Bring Multiple Audio Recording DevicesImage via dv247.When a person clicks on a concert video online, their first interest is the music. As a videographer, you should make audio your biggest concern. However, it can be risky to put all your stock into one device in one location. To get a full, rich texture of sound, you’ll need to spread out your devices to be close to the stage, in the crowd, and (if you get the chance) directly out from the board.Don’t: Put Your Microphone Directly In Front of a SpeakerImage via Shutterstock.When choosing your locations (especially if, say, you’re unable to have someone monitoring audio the whole time), you have to be mindful of the quality of audio you’ll get.Speakers at concerts are loud, and as such, to record their audio without peaking, you’ll have to adjust the levels as high as they go; however, concerts can get quiet as well, which means you’ll have to adjust (or your recorder will). Unless your device has phenomenal dynamic range, you’re going to get harsh cuts.Instead, try to find balanced locations where the audio has space to dissipate in the air and combine with the other speakers (with a little bit of crowd noise mixed in).Do: Get Multiple AnglesImage via Shutterstock.Depending on the type of coverage you’re looking for (either a full show start-to-finish, one song, or a hodgepodge for B-roll), getting multiple angles is an absolute necessity to make your video interesting, varied, and comprehensive. Try to get an array of wide shots and close-ups, and feature each of the band members.Don’t: Get Angles You Don’t NeedImage via Shutterstock.That being said, there is such a thing as too much coverage — or, more specifically, useless coverage. This is doubly true if you have multiple cameras set up in different locations. A shot of the drummer’s knee or a shot that’s too wide and makes the venue look empty is going to be nothing but a waste of time, space, and resources.Do: Shoot CutawaysImage via Shutterstock.If you’re editing your own project, you can be your own best friend by shooting plenty of cutaway shots to use sporadically and to cover mistakes. Good cutaways to consider include shots of the crowd, shots of the venue (including any signage), shots of the environment, close-ups of instruments, and close-ups of musicians’ faces.Don’t: Shoot Specific NotesImage via Shutterstock.Don’t shoot cutaways that show specific notes. If it’s part of your full coverage, that’s fine, but from a cutaway standpoint it’s going to be useless to fill vacant spots on the edit if it shows a musical note being performed that the viewer obviously doesn’t hear.Do: Request Stage AccessImage via Pintrest.Let’s face it, to get good coverage of a concert, you’re going to need to have access to the stage. Many big festivals and concerts have designated areas for photographers and videographers to roam freely. If you’re filming at the request of either the venue, the band, or some third party, be sure to ask upfront about the kind of access you’ll get.Editors note: even if you’re shooting a video for your own purposes, you’d be surprised how often you can get photo or video access if you politely ask in an email or phone call beforehand.Don’t: Disrupt the Show in Any WayImage via Shutterstock.While being on stage can be a rush, you also need to be hyperaware of exactly where you are in regards to your surroundings. This isn’t just for your safety (ever see a show with, say, pyrotechnics?) — it’s also so you don’t disrupt, distract, or inconvenience the band and the crew.Be mindful of where you are, how the musicians are using their space, and the audience’s line of sight. Otherwise, you may just be the person who accidentally kicks a power cord and ruins the show for everyone – not to mention your prospects of ever getting another concert videography gig again.What are your tips for filming concert videography? Let us know in the comments.last_img read more

Governor’s rule imposed in Jammu and Kashmir

first_imgJ&K Governor N.N. Vohra, the man in the hot seat President Ram Nath Kovind has approved the imposition of Governor’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir with immediate effect, a senior government official said on Wednesday.Also Read  Governor N.N Vohra sent a report to Union Home Ministry on Tuesday evening recommending Central rule in the State after Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti submitted her resignation soon after the BJP pulled out of the alliance with the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).As Mr. Kovind is on a three-nation tour, the proposal was sent to Suriname, his current stop.“When the Governor sent the proposal on Tuesday evening, the President was already in transit from Athens to Suriname. As soon as he touched down in Paramaribo, he signed the recommendation giving his assent to Governor’s rule in J&K,” said the official.last_img read more

SC allows 7 more girls to reunite with their families

first_imgThe Supreme Court on Friday allowed seven more girls, who were at the Muzaffarpur shelter home where allegations of sexual assault surfaced last year, to reunite with their families. The top court had earlier allowed eight girls, out of 44 in all, to be reunited their families but only six of them have been able to do so. TISS project‘Koshish’ — a field action project of TISS — in its report told the court that 12 more girls, besides these 15, have been identified to be restored with their families. Several girls were reportedly sexually assaulted at the NGO-run shelter home in Bihar. The issue had come to light following a report by TISS, which had conducted a social audit. A Bench of Justices N.V. Ramana and Krishna Murari said that as and when their families are identified and the verification done, these girls can be reunited with them. Counsel for TISS told the Bench that out of the eight girls, only six have so far been restored with their families. It asked the State Child Protection Societies of West Bengal, Assam, Jharkhand, Uttarakhand and Punjab to provide all necessary help to identify and verify the family members of the girls. The Bench clarified that it cannot monitor the restoration on day-to-day basis but in case of any problem, the matter could be mentioned for hearing. On September 12, the apex court had allowed eight of the 44 girls of Muzaffarpur shelter home to be reunited with their families. The top court had directed the Bihar government to provide all necessary financial and medical assistance to these eight girls identified by ‘Koshish’ as fit for being sent to their families.It had also directed the State government to assess the compensation liable to be paid to the girls under the victim compensation scheme and submit a report to the court in eight weeks. The decision came after TISS filed its report before the SC in a sealed cover, saying the eight girls were fit to be handed over to their families.last_img read more

Charles Rhodes wants crown back

first_imgRhodes, who is set to join a newer cast this season, expressed his excitement playing alongside the likes of spitfire guard Terrence Romeo and versatile forward Christian Standhardinger among others.Rhodes said his biggest motivation will be making up for not being able to help San Miguel defend its crown last year.“I’m pissed off and I’m gonna use that on the court and I will just give everything I got on the court to make sure I [get back] my crown,” he said.Meanwhile, Ben Simmons is set to play for Australia at the Fiba World Cup after confirming in an online video “I’m going to be a Boomer” for upcoming events.Simmons’ NBA season ended when his Philadelphia 76ers were knocked out of the Eastern Conference semifinals on Kawhi Leonard’s Game 7-ending buzzer-beater for Toronto.ADVERTISEMENT Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess ‘Rebel attack’ no cause for concern-PNP, AFP View comments The NBA All-Star told his fans to stay tuned about upcoming events in the video he posted on Twitter but he later confirmed on Weibo, the Chinese social media channel, that he was “looking forward to representing my country Australia” in the World Cup. He’s likely to join the likes of Patty Mills, Andrew Bogut and Matthew Dellavedova in Australia’s squad for the World Cup, which starts on Aug. 31 in China. —WITH A REPORT FROM APSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue MOST READ DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Two-day strike in Bicol fails to cripple transportcenter_img Defending champs rule Petron race Rhodes, who averaged averaged 28.4 points and 10.5 boards during that stint, revealed that he actually mulled rejoining San Miguel the previous season, but something more important cropped up.“I had a daughter,” he said with a smile. “I just had to be home for her and my wife.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsWithout Rhodes, San Miguel had to opt for its old reliable from its sister team at the Asean Basketball League, NBA-tested Renaldo Balkman.The Beermen lost the title to the Gin Kings in six games. Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Catholic schools seek legislated pay hike, too LATEST STORIES Pnoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netSan Miguel Beer is leaving nothing to chance, tapping the services of American Charles Rhodes anew in a bid to regain the PBA Commissioner’s Cup from the clutches of its sister team, Barangay Ginebra.“I’ve always wanted to come back,” said Rhodes, who was an essential cog in San Miguel’s championship run in the midseason conference in 2017. “It just feels like my second home.”ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Duterte wants probe of SEA Games messlast_img read more