Matric results- Encourage entrepreneurship

The African Content Movement (ACM) noted the announcement of the 2018 matric results made by Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga. ACM congratulates all learners for their good performance, your hard work has paid off. To those who did not do well, we encourage you to try again. Do not define yourself as a failure. Our support goes to learners …

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A Movement for the people

The African Content Movement (ACM) will make sure that South African constitutional democracy with a three-tier system of government and an independent judiciary, benefit all the citizens equally reducing inequality. The ACM will make sure that the national, provincial and local levels of government as defined in the Constitution respond the needs of the community in those levels. We believe, …

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Register to Vote for ACM in 2019

The 2019 national elections are here! Your last chance to register to vote in the elections will be on the weekend of 26 and 27 January at your local polling station. Click here to Check your registration status First-time registration can only take place at your local Electoral Commission office or on 26 or 27 January at your local polling …

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What to expect from the African Content Movement

#HlaudiForPresident took off officially on Thursday morning when former SABC boss Hlaudi Motsoeneng launched his new political party, named the African Content Movement (ACM). The launch was held at Milpark Hotel in Johannesburg and, ever so confident in himself, Motsoeneng vowed that his party was going to rule South Africa. According to its leader, ACM is not funded by anyone …

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