No wonder SA is a failed state, everyone wants to ride on taxpayers’ back and steel the state coffers empty – Icasa chief who stole R6m from Landbank, found guilty of money laundering and fraud charges

SAA pay Comair R1,1 billion, where does the bankrupt state entity get the money from?

SA sugar industry in crisis – ANC regime has been warned two years ago, however, the government remains indifferent to the industry by importing sugar more cheaply from abroad

According to Senzo Mchunu, one of ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa’s confidantes, black managers are too blame for the bankrupt Eskom

Grahamstown’s thirst caused by inept officials and misrule from the ANC-regime

SA motorists brace yourself for big fuel tax increases the coming months – seems like the ANC-regime wants to recoup their loses by taxing you more on fuel levies

Motsoaledi: We can’t wait to improve healthcare before implementing NHI

BE WARNED SOUTH-AFRICANS!! After the load-shedding come water shortages – Still people will be voting for the ANC this coming election

ANC has been accused of exploiting land expropriation without compensation issue as an electoral tool to garner votes – this political party suddenly decides land issue is urgent and must be tackled before election

Police and and Gauteng Department of Education officials held hostage by the community in protest for new school

ANC regime announces that experts from Italy have been called in to restore poor service to Eskom, while South Africa is swarming with extremely capable whites who can do the job

Soweto owes ESKOM R 17 billion, half of the total national debt – Just cut their bloody electricity to this township!

What did South-Africans used before candles? Electricity! – Eskom is apparently technically bankrupt and its R420bn debt currently accounts for 15% of the country’s debt – will no longer exist at the current projection by April 2019

ANC president builds poor record due to numerous occasions where he has been caught distorting the truth, now Ramaphosa refuses to show the contract between his son and Bosasa

The National Health Insurance Act which will soon be put proposed, to provide free health care to everyone, regardless of where they are calling for medical care, will lead to chaos in private hospitals and may finally break the country’s economy