THE FOUR COMMISSIONS IMPERATIVES

 

Indigenous First Nation Advocacy South Africa (IFNASA) platform aspire to Neutralize the ongoing “Racism of Racial Categorization. We will attempt this by Dialogues, Conversations, Conferences and Workshop around the country. It has become important to distinguish the work that different organizations are focusing on in the Khoi-San-Coloured community. Our partnership with organizations in so-called Black Communities has helped us to “Re-position” the organization as an all inclusive platform focusing on the total emancipation of all S.A. citizens. The reason for making clear our distinctive offerings is so that the ordinary people on the ground, funders and possible donors know exactly what it is that our organization is focusing on. Research and Development will remain the most important component of any serious organization. There is way too much speculation and conjecture that need our collective attention and correction.  Indigenous First Nation Advocacy South Africa (IFNASA) identified Four Research and Development Commissions that would potentially offer the South African Nation opportunities to eradicate the Identity (Origin), Cultural, Heritage, Land and Education contradictions as it pertains to the Coloured Nation, seed of Khoena and /Xam Nation. Until all internal dynamics of the Boesman-Khoikhoi-Coloureds are excavated, South Africa will remain in an ethical and moral deficit. Until all internal dynamics of All South Africans are put under the microscope of resolutions, we will continue treating one another with suspicion.  The Four Commissions should bring enormous relief to the massive uncertainties, while it should assist government agencies, bureaucrats, academia and business with understanding the methods and systems of intervention and collaborations.

 

Commission 1 – Origin and Land (OLC)

 

The Origin and Land Commission (OLC) will focus extensively on scientific production of issues relating to the Origin of the Khoi, San and their subsequent mutation (or transfiguration) and assimilation into an identity called Colouredness. They will also incorporate the Nguni/Bantu Migration and Mutation from West and Central Africa into their ultimate settlement within the borders of South and Southern Africa. They will produce Academic Papers and offer Scientific Evidence as it pertains to Anthropology and Genetics which will include archaeological and related scientific evidence, while the commission should fill the gaps between the Coloureds, Khoi, San, Nguni, Bantu, Indian, European and other races. The OLC will equally look into the cultural aspects although not in details. They will forge and formalize relationships with Universities and other stakeholder institutions by working in collaboration with these entities. The OLC will publish their finding in all relevant academic and non-academic platforms. They will establish their own Journal in which they will keep the Khoikhoi-Boesman Coloured Nation and the rest of the country and the world abreast of their research and development. The OLC information will become public after the IFNASA Board and Executive Chairman sanction it.

The OLC has as its immediate focus, a project called #FEEDSA. The #FEEDSA Project was conceptualized because IFNASA is inundated with people around the country asking for food support because many lost their jobs during a spate of Community Protest in Gauteng, Eastern Cape, North West and Limpopo. We are in the process of securing Land in which we would like to teach community, organizations or individuals Farming Skills and Management. #FEEDSA comes with exciting prospects and possibilities. We call on all South Africans to support the #FEEDSA Project. We will be starting in Gauteng, Western Cape, KwaZulu Natal, Northern Cape and Eastern Cape.

 

Commission 2 – Economics, Business, Labour and Unemployment (EBLUC)

 

Economic Business Labour and Unemployment Commission (EBLUC) will carry the mandate of focusing comprehensively on all economic and business related matters including small business, entrepreneurship and the informal sector. EBLUC will have to uncover the real reasons why the economic disconnect remains stubbornly prejudiced against the Khoi-San-Coloured Nation and Nguni-Bantu Nations. They will do extensive research and development around issues of the South African Economic Structure and the Restructuring process. They will Produce Academic Papers and Provide Scientific evidence of why the economy is imbalanced in a democratic dispensation and provide alternatives including economic modalities of real empowerment. EBLUC will provide an economic highway that will offer possible solutions in connecting the Khoi-San-Coloured and Nguni/Bantu Nations to the Real Economy Transactions in the Trade and Industry space.  The EBLUC will publish their finding in all relevant academic and non-academic platforms. They will establish their own Journal in which they will keep the Khoikhoi-Boesman Coloured Nation and the rest of the country and the world abreast of their research and development. The EBLUC information will become public after the IFNASA Board and Executive Chairman sanction it.   They will forge and formalize relationships with Universities and other stakeholder institutions by working in collaboration with these entities.

 

Commission 3 – Culture Heritage Education and Language Commission (CHELC)

 

The Education Culture Heritage and Language Commission (CHELC) essentially will deal with how the Khoi-San-Coloureds lost their Essence in-terms of their Culture and Language. They will elaborately research and study the issues of Identity and Race Classification. They will be looking into the vast paintings and all traces to Khoi-San Heritage, Education (Knowledge) and Language excavation. They will provide extraordinary and credible historical accounts of the past atrocities. They will research and develop the scope of the entire Cultural Spectrum. CHELC will have to engage departments of basic, higher and international learning for collaborations and knowledge sharing. CHELC will develop student material for school levels and tertiary education especially in the areas of Natural Science, Mathematics, Biology, Accountancy and Human Sciences. They will develop Journals and Academic Papers for internal use and public consumption. They will provide new knowledge and how to connect to the ancient paths. The CHELC will publish their finding in all relevant academic and non-academic platforms. They will establish their own Journal in which they will keep the Khoikhoi-Boesman Coloured Nation and the rest of the country and the world abreast of their research and development. The CHELC information will become public after the IFNASA Board and Executive Chairman sanction it. They will forge and formalize relationships with Universities and other stakeholder institutions by working in collaboration with these entities.

 

Commission 4 – Legal (LC)

 

The Legal Commission (LC) is necessitated by a number contradictions, uncertainty and marginalization of the Khoi-San-Coloured Nation in South Africa. There are communities outside the Khoi-San-Coloured community who started occupying themselves with our community’s legal challenges and at times for personal gains. The LC will occupy all legal contentious issues as it pertains to the Coloured-Boesman-Khoikhoi Nation’s Voice and Platform of Conversations in collaboration with those who want to support our philosophy and liberation. The Legal Commissioner General with the team will engage in all manner of legal discrepancies between the Khoena-/Xam Nation and other entities. The LC the Coloured-Khoi-San Big Brother and Sister. The LC will produce Academic Papers and develop lectures that will provide legal education to the masses of our people across the country, the region, including those in the diaspora. The LC will publish their finding in all relevant academic and non-academic platforms. They will establish their own Journal in which they will keep the Khoikhoi-Boesman Coloured Nation and the rest of the country and the world abreast of their research and development. The LC information will become public after the IFNASA Board and Executive Chairman sanction it.  They will forge and formalize relationships with Universities and other stakeholder institutions by working in collaboration with these entities.

 

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