A Pretoria orphanage says it is no longer getting financial support from large companies as 70% of the children in its care are white.
What I read from this fuzzy article is that the orphanage can only get donations from companies if they are 100% black, i.e. ‘the criteria for 100 percent black economic empowerment (BEE)” needs to be met. These children were left in the Jacaranda Children’s home BY THE COURTS after they were taken away from their parents. The massive impoverishment of the Afrikaners under the Broad-Based-Black-Economic-Empowerment Act, Amended in January 2013, can be seen by the hundreds of new sites identified with destitute whites by the FarmitrackerAid mapping project of the past three years. The ANC-regime is making VERY SURE that none of the Afrikaners will be able to survive – even their children are denied financial support when they are sent to orphanages BY THE COURTS. How much more proof is needed that a deliberate genocide has been launched by this regime with all these nazi-style laws barring Afrikaners from every segment of public life and increasingly pushing them into marginal sites where they are just left to slowly starve to death? – Johanna vanDokkum – For donations contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Elzane van der Merwe of the Jacaranda children’s home said: “The only answer that the children’s home is getting is: ‘Sorry, you don’t meet the criteria for 100% black economic empowerment (BEE),” reported Beeld.
But Van der Merwe said the children’s home couldn’t choose which children to take in.
“To us a child is a child. We don’t discriminate. Here we have 250 children between 18 months and 18 years that need care, regardless of race or gender.”
She said that even though the department of trade and industry had withdrawn the new suggested BEE codes, welfare organisations countrywide were still affected.
The suggested codes award points to companies for their BEE programmes and donations.
She said their income had dropped drastically due to the BEE codes, even though there was an increase in the children that needed care.
The home only looks after children placed in its care by court order.