A visitor to our Country, and already in trouble, may the Law take it’s course or not!

Grace Mugabe, wife of Zimbabwean Robert Mugabe and a possible successor to his throne presidency, has been accused of assaulting a woman in an apartment in Johannesburg. She is due to be formally charged in connection with the incident on Tuesday in the Randburg Magistrate’s Court. Zimbabweans, all too familiar with their first lady’s erratic […]
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What does the motion of no confidence actually means for Baleka Mbete ??

Parliament Speaker Baleka Mbete will soon reveal if MPs will vote by secret ballot in the motion of no confidence against President Zuma. With aspirations of being the next ANC president, and a party that demands loyalty, Mbete may have either an opportunity or be at a disadvantage. Over the weekend Mbete spoke about the […]
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Corruption: How The ANC, supported by the World, shapes up against The NP with sanctions

Whilst it is hardly a fair comparison, given that ANC had the whole world, the mass media and all its money behind them, and NP had all the world and its money and mass media against them, Ed Herbst, using his 49 years of covering the South African story, makes some telling comparisons and observations on […]
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Time to wake up South Africa!! – Slow War against whites in South Africa

A Slow War is the opposite of the Blitzkrieg. A war so slow that you hardly notice it. A war so slow that those waging it can deny that it is actually happening. Under the fog of war they hide it as “ordinary crime”. The end result is still the same as the Blitzkrieg. Total […]
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Boer Political Prisoners go to Constitutional Court claiming illegal incarceration and denial of right to appeal

As early as April 2002, some of the Boeremag accused were already being arrested.  The record setting trial commenced on 19 May 2002, which would continue for the next eleven years in the High Court of Pretoria.  The main charge of which 24 Boers were found guilty on, was high treason.  While a few received […]
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The One Hundred Million Victims of Communism Remembered at 10th Annual VOC Roll Call of Victim Nations

Embassies & Human Rights Organizations joined VOC to remember The One Hundred Million Victims of Communism on June 9th, when a record number of twenty-three embassies and thirty-four ethnic and human rights organizations joined hundreds of participants for the 10th Annual Truman-Reagan Medal of Freedom & Roll Call of Nations Wreath-Laying Ceremony, at the Victims […]
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Duplicitous UK Gov ignored Mugabe atrocities in Zimbabwe for “fear of a mass white exodus” and to protect business interests.

British government officials remained “willfully blind” to the massacre of tens of thousands of dissidents in Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe in order to protect the UK’s political and business interests in the violence-wracked country, new research claims. According to thousands of documents obtained under Freedom of Information laws by Dr. Hazel Cameron, a lecturer in international relations […]
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A Lesson From History: How Joe Slovo Defeated P.W. Botha

Introduction By now most South Africans who took part in the marches against Jacob Zuma on his birthday, probably realised that it had little effect. Zuma laughed it off and enjoyed his birthday with his (corrupt) family and friends. So what went wrong? Simple…A lack of proper planning, and of course…Semantics…People have not realised yet […]
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R58.8-million to be given to the Zulu king

The financial affairs of King Goodwill Zwelithini were once again in the spotlight on Tuesday when Premier Willies Mchunu tabled his office’s budget at the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature. The lack of direction of the Royal Household Trust and lack of accountability and state of the monarch’s farms caused some consternation among the ANC and opposition MPLs. […]
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The Secret Balloting System might come back and bite us.

This past week, as another large protest against corruption and the rule of President Jacob Zuma took place at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, it was hard not to compare it with the gathering at Kliptown in Soweto that Zuma himself presided over on the same day. It was the president’s 75th birthday, among other […]
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