The Cape is now The Sovereign State of Good Hope

The Cape is now The Sovereign State of Good Hope
The Cape is now The Sovereign State of Good Hope

The Sovereign State of Good Hope (SSGH) took down the South African flag and hoisted their flag in Cape Town on 16 July 2018 at 11h00.

Parliament in Cape Town has been served with an Eviction Notice to vacate the property by Friday, 20 July 2018.

The Sovereign State of Good Hope is the formation of a new sovereign nation state being the result of a legitimate and lawful process of secession by the traditional hereditary tribal leader of the Khoisan Nation, Gaob (which loosely translates to King in English) Khoebaha Calvin Cornelius III.

This territory includes most of what is currently known as the Cape province of South Africa, and extends to the northern border of the Cape and ends at the Fish River on the eastern frontier.

The king was sworn in in 2001 and the final stage of the secession completed today. The king also addressed his people.

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The day has arrived, The Cape is now The Sovereign State of Good Hope, here is the official message from our King.

Geplaatst door Brian Dalton op Maandag 16 juli 2018

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