IMPORTANT UPDATE:- Land expropriation in 2019: What’s next for South Africa?

Land expropriation in 2019: What’s next for South Africa – The promise of free land in SA has pandered directly to the populist vote and the majority, being led to believe that free land will end the shackles of poverty

SA is at present without a president, and no one knows who is currently in charge of the banana republic

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

Let this be a lesson for South Africa, that racism isn’t colour blind – Head of basic police development, Major General Sandra Malebe-Thema found guilty of racism

Advisers appointed to solve Eskom’s mess AWOLS while the general manager of Actom Power Systems resigns from the team as she is not looking forward to the pile of work waiting for her

The ANC regime needs to take responsibility for the chaos in SA schools – too few schools for black learners has been built as well as a shortage of resources, now traditional Model C schools are forced to cater to teach English speaking students

Breaking News: Pretoria train crash – Fingers pointed at ANC “negligence” for deadly collision

SA’s youth jobless rate world’s worst: Not all students equipped with basics in primary school, says analyst – what would one expect else with the poor foundation-phase education system of the ANC-regime

SA’s corrupt legislation allows Zuma to stand for parliament since people are only disqualified for nominations if they have a criminal record

How nice this is, while the majority of the citizens in the country lives in poverty councillors across SA is set to receive generous salary increases

ANC Youth League supports Zuma after land reform message and goes as far to compare him to terrorist president Mandela

President of the rainbow nation looks like he is scared of Natal and has canceled planned visits due to tension in some ranks

South-Africa is another country changing from a bread basket into a basket case – British Mp Demands Prime Minister condemn expropriation of land in SA

The ANC Communists are the biggest hypocrites when it comes to human rights abuses yet they voted at the UN to condemn Myanmar for its abuse of minority Rohingya people