Maimane: Our struggle is to fight the oppression of colonialism and apartheid

Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane went into the heart of human rights abuses when he laid a wreath in the Sharpeville Human Rights Precinct in honour of the 69 people shot by police on March 21 1960. He was joined by DA Gauteng provincial leader John Moodey, Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga, Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba, […]
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Banks go on the offensive to parry political attacks

South Africa’s banks have gone on the offensive after being criticised by some politicians over their lending practices and records in addressing racial inequality. Attacks on the lenders have been led by Jacob Zuma, who’s accused them of monopolising the financial services industry, and questioned whether they colluded when closing accounts belonging to members of […]
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Apartheid blamed for political murders in KwaZulu-Natal

According to the ANC chairman in Natal, Sihle Zikalala, the recent  violence and death of political figures in the province has been attributed to apartheid  era operators. According to him, the oppression of Africans in the previous era is now the result of black on black violence taking place. Again, a so-called “third party” was […]
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The Shocking Truth About Racism in SA – is not what you have been told…

“How Can We Believe You Mr President?” – The Shocking Truth About Racism by Juju Mkize a Top Black Academic At the University Of Cape Town This article from December 22, 2016 has recently resurfaced in social media and we feel it is of great importance to share it with you. This is the lie […]
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Who’s keeping an eye on South Africa’s spies? Nobody, and that’s the problem

Once again South Africa’s intelligence services are embroiled in controversy, apparently involved in dirty tricks and criminal activity. New evidence of this has come to light against the backdrop of the presidential succession race in the governing ANC. One of the contenders, deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa, has been smeared in an apparent covert operation. It […]
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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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Anti-apratheid cleric Allan Boesak: The ANC sold out

South Africa’s negotiated settlement was a secret pact between white and ANC elites, which excluded the black majority who had sacrificed so much during the struggle for liberation. So says anti-apartheid cleric Allan Boesak, who spoke to City Press in Cape Town about his new book, in which he decries former liberators who adopt the […]
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Double standards and anti-white racism in South Africa exposed

Multiculturalism does not work, that has been proven multiple times. Media should not promote mixed phylogenetic relationships. In the video, Ernst Roets exposes the anti-white racism and double standards in South-Africa. Recalling the Penny Sparrow racism case, wherein black people were referred to as “monkeys” and the massive outcry. Sparrow, an ordinary South African, paid […]
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Die Stem, disunity and the anti-state capture campaign that won’t win

A group of civil society organisations are spending Mandela Day locked inside the Rhema Bible College in Randburg so that they can formulate a plan to “recapture” South Africa from the grasp of Zuma Inc. It’s only just begun, but already Save South Africa and the organisations its teamed up with are struggling to get […]
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