Jasper King
IT’S OVER - CRIME AND POVERTY HAVE LOST THE WAR.

At the rate things are going, within the next six months the crime rate in South Africa will be zero and 99% of South African citizens will have jobs. This is according to a survey conducted by the National Media Research Congress (NMRC AMPS) based on the phenomenal decline of the crime rate, especially serious violent crime, and the steady increase in the rate of employment all across the country since the phenomenon known as Project H was released five years ago.
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Drug Abuser
THE WAR ON DRUGS HAS FINALLY BEEN WON.

Drug-related crime has plummeted in the Western Cape, with a significant reduction in the number of cases bringing the annual total from 1533 to 221 in the space of a year. The total for this year is a mere fraction of the number cases reported five years ago before the arrival of Project H, which stood at an all time high of 15 000.
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PROVINCE BEGINS WIPING OUT AIDS.

The Western Cape is the first province in the country to sign a multi million rand deal with the Cape Town based Larson Pharmaceutical company to provide its Aids remedy in continuation of the province’s massive roll out campaign to rid the province of the Aids scourge forever. The drug, developed by Larson Pharmaceuticals in conjunction with several of the world’s leading scientists, has already resulted in the falling rates of HIV prevalence in the province since its initial roll out early last year. This new deal was said to have been personally brokered by Jasper King himself...
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Housing
BACKLOG SHRINKS AS HOUSES ‘ROLL OFF ASSEMBLY LINE’.

Housing delivery has exploded in the past five years, leaving many pondering whether the product coming off the production lines of our vehicle manufacturers has changed from cars to houses. The Treasury’s Provincial Budgets and Expenditure Review released yesterday said that housing delivery soared from 210 000 units in the year preceding the release of Project H five years ago, to 470 000 units this past year, the most number of houses ever built in one year.
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Prison Cell
PRISON POPULATION PLUMMETS.

“Not only have we reduced the number of prisoners, we have reduced the need for prisons.” This statement by Inspecting Judge of Prisons Judge Dennis Malan reflects the progress that has been made in the rehabilitation of prisoners since the advent of Project H. He was speaking at the graduation of prison inmates who successfully completed a restorative justice programme initiated by Project H creator Jasper King at Lowenstein Correctional Centre
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POVERTY DISINTEGRATING BEFORE OUR VERY EYES.

Previously poor South Africans are getting richer, the ever-increasing job market is keeping pace with the booming workforce and the black middle class is even bigger than analysts had initially envisaged. These are the nutshell conclusions of research published in the annual review of the Human Sciences Research Association (HSRA). Research highlights how government’s decision to adopt strategies formulated by researchers from various Project H Academies...
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Sam and Cindy atop Signal Hill
SA WORLD LEADER IN TOURISM INDUSTRY.

We’ve always unequivocally guaranteed the best scenery and climate to foreign visitors, but now there’s one more thing we can unequivocally guarantee – that their visit will be free of crime. This was the major sentiment expressed by foreign tourists surveyed by a popular international publication recently. South Africa was voted the best destination to visit anywhere in the world...
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PREMIER’S A+ REPORT CARD.

Five years ago, Premier Maurice Jacobs’ speeches sounded like the start of more empty promises, pledging to change lives for the better, create jobs and make the Western Cape a home for all. That was before Project H blew a wind of change through the province, so that when Jacobs delivered his state-of-the-province speech at the opening of the provincial legislature today, instead of bracing for more promises, people were waiting for him to deliver a sparkling report card.
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WHOLESALE RETURN OF DOCTORS, NURSES FROM OVERSEAS.

Government’s arms are wide open in welcoming the wholesale return of doctors and nurses from overseas. So many health professionals are returning, it says, that mass repatriation is energising the labour supply.
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