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AFR: Die Minority Front is 'n politieke party in Suid-Afrika. Die eerste leier was Amichand Rajbansi tot by sy dood op 29 Desember 2011. Alhoewel die party voorhou om minderheidsgroepe in Suid-Afrika te verteenwoordig kom steun vir die party hoofsaaklik uit die Indiër gemeenskap in Suid-Afrika. Die party se grootste steunbasis is in KwaZulu-Natal, veral in Durban wat die kulturele en demografiese sentrum van Suid-Afrika se Indiër gemeenskap is. Leier: Shameen Thakur Rajbansi Gestig: Onbekend bron ENG: The Minority Front is a political party in South Africa. Though the party claims to represent the minorities of South Africa its support comes almost entirely from South Africa's Indian community. Its largest base of political strength is in the province of ...
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Minority Front Leader Mr A. Rajbansi and Mrs Shameen Rajbansi with the MF Team at the presentation of soccer balls to all the Captains of the twelve Teams whom participated in the Finals. Also present at the tournament was the President of SAFA Phoenix Mr Nelson Kisten. Leader of the Minority Front Mr A Rajbansi has honoured the partnership between the Minority Front and the Caneside United F.C in hosting a successful Junior Memorial Tournament in celebrating the 150 years arrival of Indian's to South Africa. Mr Rajbansi said that the partnership in this historical tournament is ...

ANC council accuses MF of ‘act of opportunism’

Phoenix stadium victim of politics Because of political jousting between the ANC and Minority Front, the Phoenix community will not be getting a sports stadium.Two weeks ago, the MF’s Patrick Pillay, an executive committee member of the eThekwini municipality, tabled a notice of motion detailing the proposal.But it was immediately unanimously rejected by the ANC-led council, with support coming only from the Democratic Alliance.Pillay said: “Our motivation for a stadium in Phoenix has been very clear. Phoenix is a huge suburb of more than 600000 people.“We have sports ...

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