The Letter From Ahmed Kathrada To Jacob Zuma

Dear Comrade President Zuma, I have agonised for a while before writing this letter to you. I am just a rank-and-file member of my ANC branch. However‚ even before the ANC opened its membership to non-Africans in 1969‚ I was involved in the activities of the ANC‚ the South African Indian Congress‚ the SACP and […]
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Zille is not backing down over colonialism tweet she made !!

After taking flak for 12 days about her tweets on colonialism‚ a defiant Helen Zille refused to back down in the Western Cape legislature on Tuesday. After a fiery speech in her own defence‚ the premier received a standing ovation from DA colleagues. But acting ANC leader Khaya Magaxa‚ who brought the motion for the […]
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Zuma’s new excuse for SA’s problems “White monopoly capital”

The rising talk about ‘white monopoly capital’ as an obstacle to economic inclusion in South Africa is a red herring. The call for radical economic transformation has grown louder following President Jacob Zuma’s 2017 State of the Nation Address. Accompanying these calls is a line of argument that says “white monopoly capital” is to blame […]
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Kathrada family embarrasses Zuma, officially bars president from funeral.

It is difficult to understand why such malicious blockade would be set against the number one citizen of a Country. In a statement released a short while ago the president has reiterated that Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will lead the government delegation to the services. President Jacob Zuma says he will not be attending Ahmed […]
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What is going to happen to our Economy now … Zuma tells Communist Party Gordhan is out

Johannesburg – South African President Jacob Zuma told senior leaders of the South African Communist Party that he plans to fire Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, according to three people with knowledge of the matter. The rand plummeted. Zuma told officials from the party, which is allied to his ruling African National Congress, during a meeting […]
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Zuma pull out his guns – N24

President Jacob Zuma took a strong stand at this weekend’s national executive committee (NEC) meeting in Irene in Gauteng, defending his position on the issue of land expropriation without compensation, and challenging his critics to read the ANC’s 2012 conference resolutions if they disagreed with his views. City Press heard that Zuma had “set the […]
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London’s Terror Attack Exposes World’s Double Standards to Farm Murders in South Africa – Boer Afrikaners

In the latest terror attack on the Western world on March 22, 2017, 4 innocents in London (including a police officer) were callously killed in an islamic terrorist attack and 30 wounded. It was condemned worldwide with support and solidarity for Britain by states such as Germany, Belgium and France, which already suffered under many […]
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The Big Story:- How ‘Spur man’ and Zille are alike

If the act of a black woman telling a white man to f*ck off had the same power as a raging white man, the past 400 years of South African history may have turned out differently. An act of language is stripped of its power when confronted by a historically constructed bulwark of race and […]
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Zille’s tweets the biggest headache for Maimane

Western Cape Premier Helen Zille must be “dealt with” for her praise of colonialism and expelled from the party, several DA leaders said on Wednesday. They believed that how the party handled her defence of colonialism would test the party’s commitment to non-racialism. The leaders, who spoke on condition of anonymity, include members of the […]
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Racism will soon be a crime punishable by law

Jacob Zuma claims that the ideology of racism remained firmly entrenched among some population groups. Practising racism and racial intolerance will soon be an offence punishable by law in South Africa, according to President Zuma. Addressing a small but very enthusiastic crowd at Victoria Grounds in King William’s Town, Eastern Cape, to mark Human Rights Day, Zuma […]
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