SA Human rights lawyers arrested in Tanzania for ‘promoting homosexuality’

The arrest in Tanzania last week of 13 people accused of the “promotion of homosexuality” has been called “a terrible human rights violation”. Two of those arrested are from South Africa and include well-known human rights lawyer, Sibongile Ndashe, executive director of the Initiative for Strategic Litigation in Africa (Isla). The arrests took place in […]
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Restore hope to SA’s democracy

In his book The Price of Inequality, Joseph Stiglitz writes: “Countries around the world provide frightening examples of what happens to societies when they reach the level of inequality toward which we are moving. It is not a pretty picture: countries where the rich live in gated communities, waited upon by hordes of low-income workers; […]
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Yet more evidence that primates and humans emerged from Europe and NOT Africa discovered in Germany!

9.7 million year old ancient ape teeth  discovered in Germany last year are raising questions and challenging the timeline of human evolution. Indeed as mass media has now been exposed for its relentless fake news and force feeding of the PC narrative, we now need to go back and QUESTION EVERYTHING. The two teeth, discovered […]
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Mmatlou Josias Ntjana: Where is Black Power since the ANC has has been in power in South-Africa?

THIS WAS WRITTEN BY A BLACK MAN. It is a worth read for all: From 1910 until 1961 our country, South Africa, with exactly the same borders that it has today was a colony of Britain. It was called the Union of South Africa. That was a period of 51 years. It wasn’t until 1961 […]
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What is the ANC learning from the private sector

Within the past few days, former president Kgalema Motlanthe said it would be good if the ANC was voted out of office (good for the ANC, that is), the outspoken MP Makhosi Khoza resigned from Parliament and from the ANC, and the Bank of Baroda won a court case to allow it to stop being […]
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Zumas house of cards tumbling around him

On this day in 2008, the then ANC national executive committee (NEC) met to deliberate on the controversial Nicholson judgment. The die had already been cast. Outside the Pietermaritzburg High Court a week earlier, the then ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema had declared “the problem in the country is Thabo Mbeki and his people”. […]
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As the ANC crumbles, it’s time to choose

The majority of South Africans, especially black people, are seriously disillusioned. They believe they have been abandoned at sea by their trusted captain. The problem is that black people had bought into the propaganda that the ANC was ordained to rule “until Jesus Christ comes back”. It is now more than clear to all thinking […]
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A UNIQUE CULTURE OF RESISTANCE IN SOUTH-AFRICA

There is a remarkably unique culture of resistance in South Africa which basically works like this: The price of a train ticket goes up by 50c – annual increase. Because they have to pay R10 instead of R9-50 now, a group of unhappy citizens, usually representing a particular segment of our population, decide to set […]
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Colonialism is back with a vengeance in South-Africa

We are slowly becoming used to Julius Malema and other like-minded, equally foolishly misguided, individuals who catches a word, has no concept of its meaning, and then decides to use it to suit their own purpose and interpretation. Colonialism is the latest. Destroy statues, it reminds us of colonialism. Rename towns, it reminds us of […]
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Cyril Ramaphosa’s leaked emails: Echoes of apartheid-era dirty tricks

A routine smear. This is the view of the overwhelming majority of commentators and analysts about last weekend’s “revelations” in the Sunday Independent that Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa was a serial womaniser. The commentariat can expect more such smears. They will come against more than one candidate running for the presidency of the governing ANC […]
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