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The South African Gold Party was at one time the largest and most politically important party in [[South Africa]] during the Third Republic. Over a third of South Africa's then congress consisted of members of the SAGP - often referred to simply as the GP or the Gold Party - making it the majority party of the country.
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The '''South African Gold Party''' was at one time the largest and most politically important party in [[South Africa]] during the Third Republic. Over a third of South Africa's then congress consisted of members of the SAGP - often referred to simply as the GP or the Gold Party - making it the majority party of the country.
  
Its membership also consists of some South Africa's most prominent and influential citizens, including [[Enoch Root]], former Country President and leading economist; Robert "RR" Reid, current Party President and Speaker; and Karl Bauer, current Minister of Information, well-respected journalist and the party's Director of Communications.
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Its membership also consists of some South Africa's most prominent and influential citizens, including [[Enoch Root]], former Country President and leading economist; Robert "RR" Reid, Party President and Speaker; and Karl Bauer, former Minister of Information, well-respected journalist and the party's Director of Communications.
  
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
 
 
The South African Gold Party was founded in July 2009 by [[Alby]] at the birth of the third republic of [[South Africa]], shortly after the liberation of [[Limpopo]] from [[Brazil|Brazilian]] occupation. The party's numbers slowly grew as its country recovered and as the party maintained a strong presence in South African society its number of congressmen did also with the culmination being the election of [[Steven Bosch]] as the Gold Party first country [[president]].
 
The South African Gold Party was founded in July 2009 by [[Alby]] at the birth of the third republic of [[South Africa]], shortly after the liberation of [[Limpopo]] from [[Brazil|Brazilian]] occupation. The party's numbers slowly grew as its country recovered and as the party maintained a strong presence in South African society its number of congressmen did also with the culmination being the election of [[Steven Bosch]] as the Gold Party first country [[president]].
  
Since then the SAGP has grown further to become South Africa's largest and strongest party with around one hundred members and a great number of cabinet appointees, including two Speakers of congress ([[Karl Bauer]] and [[Robert Reid]]) and two country presidents ([[Enoch Root]] and [[Steven Bosch]]). Every single winning presidential candidate in the last four months (since September 2009) has been supported by the South African Gold Party and recently [[Dashielle Hammett]] published that [[Robert Reid]] will be running for president in the last month of 2009.[[Hamilton Moore]] was elected the Party President on December 15th 2009
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Since then the SAGP has grown further to become South Africa's largest and strongest party with around one hundred members and a great number of cabinet appointees, including two Speakers of Congress ([[Karl Bauer]] and [[Robert Reid]]) and two country presidents ([[Enoch Root]] and [[Steven Bosch]]). Every single winning presidential candidate in the last four months (since September 2009) has been supported by the South African Gold Party and recently [[Dashielle Hammett]] published that [[Robert Reid]] will be running for president in the last month of 2009. {{eLink|citizen|2043546|Hamilton Moore}} was elected the Party President on December 15th 2009.
  
The party made a return to politics in January 2011 with [[Hamilton Moore]] at the helm.
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The party made a return to politics in January 2011 with {{eLink|citizen|2043546|Hamilton Moore}} at the helm. It is unsure what happened to the party.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:21, 14 June 2019

South African Gold Party

Party-South African Gold Party.jpg
General Information
Country Flag-South Africa.jpg South Africa
Abbreviation SAGP
Forum Forum
Founded July 2009
Dissolved Unknown
Political
Congress Occupancy 0 /40 seats, 0%
Orientation Center-Right
Ideology Libertarian

The South African Gold Party was at one time the largest and most politically important party in South Africa during the Third Republic. Over a third of South Africa's then congress consisted of members of the SAGP - often referred to simply as the GP or the Gold Party - making it the majority party of the country.

Its membership also consists of some South Africa's most prominent and influential citizens, including Enoch Root, former Country President and leading economist; Robert "RR" Reid, Party President and Speaker; and Karl Bauer, former Minister of Information, well-respected journalist and the party's Director of Communications.

History

The South African Gold Party was founded in July 2009 by Alby at the birth of the third republic of South Africa, shortly after the liberation of Limpopo from Brazilian occupation. The party's numbers slowly grew as its country recovered and as the party maintained a strong presence in South African society its number of congressmen did also with the culmination being the election of Steven Bosch as the Gold Party first country president.

Since then the SAGP has grown further to become South Africa's largest and strongest party with around one hundred members and a great number of cabinet appointees, including two Speakers of Congress (Karl Bauer and Robert Reid) and two country presidents (Enoch Root and Steven Bosch). Every single winning presidential candidate in the last four months (since September 2009) has been supported by the South African Gold Party and recently Dashielle Hammett published that Robert Reid will be running for president in the last month of 2009. Hamilton Moore was elected the Party President on December 15th 2009.

The party made a return to politics in January 2011 with Hamilton Moore at the helm. It is unsure what happened to the party.

Congressional Elections

January 2011, 4/40 (10.53%)

Congressman/Congresswoman South African Region
Matt Le Roux Limpopo
Joseph Rich Free State
BFSwitala Gauteng
Venetia Carlton Mpumalanga

September 2009, 5/40 (13.89%)

Congressman/Congresswoman South African Region
Matt Le Roux Limpopo
Crumoet North West Province
Joseph Rich Free State
Venetia Carlton Mpumalanga
prometeusz Gauteng

January 2010, 13/40 (32%)

Congressman/Congresswoman South African Region
Jaccil Limpopo
Arqam Limpopo
wingfield Eastern Cape
Aden Silverleaf Eastern Cape
Calew Free State
J Warren KwaZulu-Natal
nick jones KwaZulu-Natal
Hamilton Moore Mpumalanga
DeVangeert Mpumalanga
ERDWURM Mpumalanga
Enbaros Mpumalanga
Bishop-X North West Province
Ari Lumumba North West Province

December 2009, 14/40 (35.9%)

Congressman/Congresswoman South African Region
GreyHunter Limpopo
Arqam Limpopo
Sakyo Limpopo
Calew Free State
Cmxz1 Free State
Karl Bauer Free State
Dashielle Hammett Eastern Cape
Hamilton Moore Eastern Cape
Harrin Eastern Cape
Ali Mentary KwaZulu-Natal
Robert Reid KwaZulu-Natal
Jaccil KwaZulu-Natal
Princess Anne of SA KwaZulu-Natal
Dancing Dame KwaZulu-Natal
Princess Grace KwaZulu-Natal

November 2009, 18/40 (45%)

Congressman/Congresswoman South African Region
Azreal Limpopo
Robert Reid Free State
Stagmation Free State
Guss1972 Free State
Karl Bauer Free State
Mulderpf Eastern Cape
Cesog Fillireb Eastern Cape
Arqam Eastern Cape
GreyHunter KwaZulu-Natal
Ari Lumumba KwaZulu-Natal
mb2612 KwaZulu-Natal
Sakyo KwaZulu-Natal
LiquidIce Mpumalanga
Ojacious Mpumalanga
Enbaros Mpumalanga
Hamilton Moore North West Province
Gert Steenkamp North West Province
Alby North West Province

October 2009, 6/20 (30%)

Congressman/Congresswoman South African Region
Enoch Root Limpopo
Azreal Limpopo
ERDWURM Limpopo
Robert Reid Free State
Stagmation Free State
Guss1972 Free State

September 2009, 5/20 (25%)

Congressman/Congresswoman South African Region
Enoch Root Limpopo
IceQUICK Limpopo
Mossad Limpopo
Azreal Limpopo
Deniz Khazari Free State

August 2009, 3/10 (30%)

Congressman/Congresswoman South African Region
Deniz Khazari Limpopo
Alby Limpopo
Enoch Root Limpopo