#WHITEGENOCIDE: The Senseless, Politically Correct, Murder of Whites Carries On Unabated

[WARNING: Some of the photos in this articles is graphic and not suitable for sensitive readers or children] “THE ILLEGAL communist regime  of Jacob Zuma may radiate, yet in his absence to a response of the  11 farm murders in the first two weeks of February, it is seen as a silent approval for our […]
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Leaked Letters Reveal ‘SARS Wars’ Showdown Between Gordhan And Moyane

Leaked letters between SARS head Tom Moyane and finance minister Pravin Gordhan reveal a complete breakdown in the relationship between the two finance heads. In one letter, leaked to and republished by the Mail & Guardian, Gordhan lambasted Moyane for approving his own salary increase for the 2015/16 financial year. In the letter to Moyane, […]
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New Tax Tables For 2017: This Is How Much You Will Pay

Following the announcement of new tax changes for the 2017/18 financial year by finance minister Pravin Gordhan, the country’s tax tables have been updated. One of the biggest changes announced by the finance minister is the introduction of a new tax bracket, aimed at the country’s wealthy. South Africans who earn more than R1.5 million […]
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SAA to remain under intense government oversight – Gordhan – Budget 2017

SAA will remain under intense government oversight, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said in his report contained in National Treasury’s 2017 Budget Review, which he tabled in Parliament on Wednesday. Referring to recommendations made by the Select and Standing Committees on Finance on the 2016 Revised Fiscal Framework, Gordhan said the committees recommend that National Treasury […]
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Gordhan ups social spending and squeezes the rich

Despite trying circumstances, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan announced on Wednesday that the budget introduces new tax measures that target the rich and that social spending is prioritised to favour the poor. In his highly anticipated budget speech, Gordhan announced a new top personal income tax rate of 45% for those with taxable incomes of more […]
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#Zupta Penalty: Foreign Investors Pull Plug On South African Investments. SONA Penalty Next?

Jacob Zuma and his buddies in the ANC might be impressing Julius Malema’s Economic Freedom Fighters supporters with talk of radical economic transformation to slay the imaginary beast of white monopoly capital. But their rhetoric, together with seemingly endless revelations of corruption, is sending foreign investors to distant climes. This worrying development is highlighted in […]
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Mashaba ‘still pissed off’ – businessman Reddy on City Power investigation

Mayor Herman Mashaba’s investigation into alleged corruption involving the city’s R1bn smart electricity meter tender is just petty politics, businessman Vivian Reddy said. Reddy is the owner of Edison Power which was awarded the billion rand tender to install smart meters throughout the municipality. The contract has been probed four times in the past by […]
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Zuma: We are not racist when we say whites own land

Addressing land ownership in South Africa does not make the government racist, President Jacob Zuma said in his reply on Thursday to MPs who had debated his State of the Nation address (Sona) earlier this week. Zuma was speaking inside the National Assembly in Parliament, where his comments on land reform were met with applause. […]
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Eskom Customers will be Paying Twice for their Electricity due to “The African Way”

The civil rights organisation AfriForum is worried that municipalities that owe Eskom money will have consumers coughing up to pay off these debts.  AfriForum will therefore introduce a project today in 102 AfriForum branches country wide to empower communities to provide input regarding the drafting of municipalities’ integrated development plans (IDPs) and concept budgets. This […]
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The nuts and bolts of radical economic transformation

At President Jacob Zuma’s second inauguration, he vowed that economic transformation would “take centre stage” during his last term of office. He promised that “the structure of the economy will be transformed through industrialisation, broad-based black economic empowerment and through strengthening and expanding the role of the state in the economy”. That the economy would […]
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