Over 500,000 people have been murdered in SA since 1994 – country currently has one of the highest murder rates in the world at 36 per 100,000 people

Victims of apartheid demand R1m each in reparations since they were wounded by the era – Compensation will bring peace, rebuild and restore their dignity

HANKEY FARM RAPE VICTIM SPEAKS OUT IN COURT! – What a sad state of affairs our country is busy falling into – Irresponsible statements made by certain politicians fan this wave of crime!

National murder rate indicates that about 53 people per day perish, during the month of May alone, 46 attacks and 7 farm murders occurred

Foreign newspaper Daily Mail took notice of horrific crimes against whites in SA: WHY IS THE WORLD SO SILENT ABOUT SOUTH AFRICA? – For one simple reason; The victims are white.

179 attacks and 20 farm murders in 2019 – Rape, burned, shot dead … How do we fight back?

We have been dehumanised to a point where ANC regime has overcome revulsion to violence, they have normalised genocide!

Another farm attack:- father and daughter seriously injured by more than 8 attackers, Fochville

Grim weekend of farm attacks this Easter but our Government has decided to not recognize the brutal attacks that is ripping families apart

The Road Accident Fund disaster – Victims could be left destitute, despite the high fuel levy we pay for accident insurance

Gauteng family endures Valentine’s Day nightmare – Family members were robbed and their eldest daughter raped

SA-families are not safe in their own home and fear for their lives – Barberton family held hostage and tortured for six hours after six armed terrorists broke into their home

Hijackings skyrocket in KZN along with scary new trend where victims are now being abducted by attackers

Horrific! Editor of the Citizen thought it would be hilarious to mock SA farm murder victims – This man is a disgrace!

A quarter of a century later, after FW de Klerk and Tutu set up the Presidents Fund, thousands of victims of the apartheid era are still waiting for compensation, fingers are now pointing to ANC regime who might have exploited the funds