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Steve Hofmeyr

Singer

Afrikaner Protestant Church

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Background Information

Employment History

Singer

SABC news


Affiliations

South Africa Property News

White Eff Member


MambaOnline

White Eff Member


Ravensburger Spieleverlag GmbH

Board Member


Education

Pretoria Technikon Drama School


Web References(200 Total References)


mg.co.za

But the assembly erupted in cheers and applause evocative of a political rally when addressed by Afrikaner singer Steve Hofmeyr.
"No nation's tolerance is unconditional," he told them, mixing Afrikaans and English. "We've lost more than any other European people in Africa. You must understand that to understand the Afrikaner. You must understand that." 'Silence is complicity' Hofmeyr added: "It is not enough to ask of us to remain patient for the sake of transformation and a soccer tournament," referring to the World Cup being hosted by South Africa in June. He condemned the government's failure to act, adding: "Silence is complicity.


www.givingvoiceworkshops.co.uk [cached]

A few days ago Afrikaans singer Steve Hofmeyr caused a storm of criticism and controversy in South Africa by publishing the lyrics of a song - The song, Ons sal dit oorleef (We will survive...


www.givingvoiceworkshops.co.uk [cached]

A few days ago Afrikaans singer Steve Hofmeyr caused a storm of criticism and controversy in South Africa by publishing the lyrics of a song - The song, Ons sal dit oorleef (We will survive...


edition.cnn.com

"This isn't confronting history, this is erasing it," says Steve Hofmeyr, a singer who participated in a campaign Thursday that involved activists chaining themselves to the Paul Kruger statue in response to #RhodesHasFallen.
"I don't want fewer monuments," Hofmeyr says. Hofmeyr said the statue is a race issue. "There are huge gaping differences between people in South Africa and that is why you need dialogue, which you can't have without its monuments and statues," he says.


mg.co.za

Fellow right-winger and entertainer, Steve Hofmeyr, blamed it on illiteracy when he addressed a motley crowd of about 300 supporters.
Steve Hofmeyr blames statue defacement on illiteracy


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