Zuma refuses to be jailed

The defiant president was reportedly telling his opponents in the ANC why he is clinging to power. According to a report on News24 on Tuesday morning, President Jacob Zuma told the ANC’s national executive committee (NEC) that he could never step down, as that would be like “handing himself over to the enemy”, which wants […]
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The Colonial Propaganda Firm Paid By The ANC To Racially Divide South Africa

“If anyone is left looking gullible and ridiculous by these revelations it is the ANC’s Western liberal supporters and apologists.” – James Myburgh Some conspiracy theories are actually conspiracy facts and truly mind blowing. For instance… Last Wednesday the controversial UK based Public Relations (read propaganda) firm Bell Pottinger, disassociated itself from the Gupta family. Bell […]
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Cartoon Creates Storm On Social Media

Jonathan Shapiro, the famous satirist Zapiro, has again skirted the controversial with his latest cartoon. It appears as an homage to his “Rape of Lady Justice” cartoon that appeared in the Sunday Times on 2008, which depicts President Jacob Zuma unbuckling his pants, while then-ANCYL leader Julius Malema, and then-tripartite alliance leaders Gwede Mantashe of […]
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What Comes After The ANC? Revisiting Our Vision Of Tomorrow

“Non-violence is not to be used ever as the shield of the coward. It is the weapon of the brave.” – Gandhi Often when it comes to managing conflict it simply is a case of you not seeing an issue through the eyes of the other person and the other person does not see it […]
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Eskom bent over backwards to award the Gupta family a R4bn coal supply contract

Tegeta Exploration and Resources is owned by the Gupta family and President Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane. Treasury has been at loggerheads with Eskom over the Tegeta deal ever since its investigations of contracts over R10m at the power utility. The Sunday Times revealed that former Eskom boss Brian Molefe and Eskom board chairperson Ben Ngubane […]
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How The Taxman Was Broken

From left: Sars commissioner Tom Moyane, deputy finance minister Sifiso Buthelezi and Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba. Picture: GCIS Officials from the SA Revenue Service (Sars) say they met President Jacob Zuma four times on different aspects of tax compliance involving his family. The first was when his son, Edward, was in the taxman’s cross hairs […]
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They Said It Couldn’t Be Done…And Now…?

“It does not take a majority to prevail… but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men.” – Samuel Adams Cape Town Cape Town Pretoria …We are doing it! Almost two years ago in 2015 I introduced my readers to the techniques of Strategic Non-Violent Conflict in […]
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From Polokwane To Junk Status: The Rapid Radical Goose-Step To The Left

By Mike Smith 4th of April 2017 “Junk Status”…the first step to being an economic basket case like Zimbabwe…or a Communist Utopia…depending on how you look at it. 23 Years…What took the ANC so long? I am extremely disappointed in them and I am sure the SACP too. I honestly thought they would reach this […]
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Not only whites eager to escape South Africa

There has been a notable increase in the number of people looking to emigrate from South Africa following the economic and political events of this past week. This is according to immigration consultant, Chris Watters, who spoke to 702’s Abongile Nzelenzele. “On average we may receive a couple of inquiries a week whereas this week […]
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The True Reason behind the sacking of Gordan and what will happen next

What explains the allegedly irrational decisions taken by the South African government over recent days? Two explanations suggest themselves. The first is that the decisions were not irrational, but part of a calculated power-play designed to further entrench the Zuma-aligned faction of the African National Congress (ANC). The second is that Mr Zuma took the […]
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