We’re taking back the land, says BLF as it prepares for land grabs

‘AfriForum is a bunch of land thieves. In fact, with the way they are continuing, I will organise to make sure that they leave this country,’ Mngxitama said. Black First Land First (BLF) leader Andile Mngxitama on Wednesday said his organisation was gearing up for extensive land grabs across South Africa, which will be intensified […]
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A Bottle Of Petrol And The Death Of Hope in ANC’s anti-white abomiNation – Destitute White Woman Sets Herself on Fire!

How the economic crunch tipped one desperate white South African towards a horrific decision: Hours after yet another desperate and fruitless job search, 53-year-old Susan van Rooyen stood on the pavement on Union Road, Randgate, poured petrol over her head, rubbed it into her skin and set herself alight But while the horror of Van […]
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If I’m guilty, Freedom Charter is illegal: Malema on land issue

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has dismissed land invasion charges against him as a ruse to stifle the land debate. “Our call still stands: People must occupy land. That is what the Freedom Charter says and if any court finds me guilty then it will have to find the Freedom Charter an illegal document,” […]
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AfriForum To Lay Charges Against These 100 Social Media Users

Civil rights organisation AfriForum is reportedly planning to lay criminal charges against 100 social media users allegedly for incitement of violence, among other things. The rights group will lay the charges on Thursday at the Lyttelton Police Station in Centurion, reported The New Age. The affidavits AfriForum will submit include alleged racism, hate speech and incitement […]
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Internal Political Chess Game at Eskom Can Leave SA In Dark

AfriForum launched an application in terms of the Promotion of Access  Information Act, 2000 (Act No. 2 of 2000) to review the documentation regarding Brian Molefe’s return to Eskom. It follows from allegations that Molefe was not reappointed but with unpaid leave. “Someone in Eskom – whether Molefe himself, councilor Lynne Brown or other senior […]
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