Why Africans Should Never Have Nuclear! Bomb Goes Off Under Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe As Bankrupt NECSA Board Suddenly Resigns!

#TheAfricanWay – SA Faces Extended #RollingBlackouts Due to Collapsing Infrastructure Yet Eskom Secretly Wants To Pay R1,8 BILLION (R88,000 per employee) in Performance Bonuses!

A New Year & A New Decade: More Communist Self Enrichment, Globalist Destruction of Identity & The African Way. You AiNtCeen Nothing Yet!

#TheAfricanWay – Complete Modern Housing Complex of 1,870 Family Homes Worth R230 Million in SOWETO, Carried Away Stone by Stone, Brick by Brick, Plank by Plank…

Bloemfontein succumbs to the African Way and is placed under administration – governance has totally collapsed. Like Eskom, black management have no solutions…

South Africa stuck in longest downward cycle since before Apartheid (1945)! Ramaphosa tries to talk it better…

The African Way: Vrede Milk Farm Was Just Another Opportunity For Estina and Guptas To Steal and Fleece Taxpayers

Africa Still Struggles To Mine Its Own Gold – Tanzania Gives Chinese Licence To Build Refineries, Smelters and Mines

Who Controls the Media and ‘Opposition’ Parties in South Africa? May we introduce to you the Jewish Billionaire who runs the show

Cope says Cyril Ramaphosa and ministers must pay for fuel to feel our pain, so we can call for #Nofuelbudget, that will surely save South Africa some money

The corrupt ANC government plans ‘could collapse pension funds, with pensioners dying poor’

ANC has decided to simply” expropriate “ordinary South Africans’ savings to save state-owned enterprises – ANC has your pension in sight to try to save sinking Eskom

One of the main reasons why the country’s economic situation can worsen further in 2019 is because the Treasury is in the hands of Africans – of the 55 chief directors there are only seven white men and ten white women

Another bottomless-pit namely the SABC, were given three months to live as government cuts cash injections

Some official good news for motorists:- Petrol prices set to be slashed in December