WATCH: ANC and SACP: “One bullet, One American”


The ANC and South African Communist Party joined together on Thursday at the American Embassy. Among other chants, the group shouted: “One bullet, One American”



AfriForum today laid formal complaints against President Cyril Ramaphosa and Lindiwe Sisulu (in her capacity as the former Minister of International Relations and Cooperation) with the United Nation’s Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights Defenders for attempting to discredit AfriForum as a human rights defender and, in doing so, impairing the work that the organisation is doing to promote human and civil rights in South Africa.



There have been mixed reactions to the video with some laughing at it while others pointed to the fact that Donald Trump called Africa a “sh*thole” two years ago.

Mabuza’s ‘distant relative’ scored big


17 Jan 2020

Former Eskom board chairperson Jabu Mabuza’s name is entangled in an R11-billion boiler tube maintenance contract at the ailing power utility, where a company of his distant relative has emerged as one of those that made it through to the final bidding process for the critical contract.

Cambridge Analytica planned to target South African elections


An anonymous Twitter account took the world by storm when it announced that "democracy has been hacked," and went on to cite examples from across the globe; including South Africa. Here's what you need to know.

Motlanthe warns of ‘anarchy and chaos’ if Property Rights aren’t Protected


Former president Kgalema Motlanthe has warned of a dire impact on society if property rights in South Africa aren't protected.

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German Right Wing AFD Party Defeats Merkel


Alternative for Germany (AfD) got 23.4% against 22% for the Christian Democrats (CDU). The AfD more than doubled its vote, from 10.6% five years ago.

The AfD is stronger in ex-communist eastern Germany than in western states.

The far-left Die Linke party, part of Thuringia's ruling coalition, won the state election with just over 30%.

It plans to lead a new coalition, but that may prove difficult, as the CDU has refused to work with Die Linke..

Dutch duo suffocate after being gagged and bound by house robbers in Mpumalanga


Mpumalanga police have launched a manhunt for a group of suspects who robbed and killed two people in Marloth Park, Komatipoort.

According to the Lowvelder, the victims - a 53-year-old man and 75-year-old woman - were from the Netherlands. Police spokesperson Brigadier Leonard Hlathi said in a statement the family of four were in their house in Marloth Park on Wednesday when two suspects approached them asking for work. 

The family replied there was no work before they were ambushed.

The advanced ways criminals steal cars in South Africa


South African car thieves are using sophisticated hardware and techniques to bypass vehicle security systems and steal cars in minutes.

A recent report from IOL detailed how a criminal syndicate in Durban used diagnostic key readers to steal cars that use transponder or chip keys.

UPDATE: Police looking for suspects after double murder in Marloth Park


MARLOTH PARK – The Lowveld was rocked by yet another two murders on Wednesday, when a man and woman were killed in a house in Marloth Park.

Koenraad Collier (53) had been living in Mozambique for years, where he had multiple businesses.

South African phones targeted by notorious ‘governments only’ spyware


Electronic devices infected with Pegasus, a notorious spyware program sold only to governments, have been discovered in South Africa. The spyware, developed by Israeli cyber warfare firm NSO Group, has been used to target journalists and human rights activists across the world.

In a report titled ‘Hide and Seek’ which was released on Monday, Citizen Lab — a Canada based internet watchdog — identified 45 countries in which infected devices have been traced, after scanning the internet for servers associated with Pegasus spyware. It also identified multiple instances of cross-border surveillance..

State capture: Malusi Gigaba’s alleged role in Eskom’s downfall revealed


One of the ANC’s most controversial figures had his name dragged through the mud at the State Capture Inquiry on Tuesday. Malusi Gigaba, who also submitted an affidavit to fight these claims, was accused of using Eskom to facilitate business deals with the Guptas.


More Lose Due to Gupta Fall

Ace Magashule's son forcefully removed from Gupta house - report

The son of ANC secretary general and former Free State premier Ace Magashule, Tshepiso, has been forcefully removed from one of the houses belonging to the controversial Gupta family in Saxonwold, Johannesburg, according to a report.

Sanctions should be slapped on the entire ANC and its leadership, concerned citizen says


The rampant corruption of the ANC is a reflection of high tolerance for corruption in the society from which ANC members are drawn.

High tolerance for corruption in black society has its historical origin in the feudal history of precolonial Africa.

South Africa: Slaughter in September, ignored by the world


For the last 25 years, something has been happening in South Africa. Something that is forbidden by the liberal elite world establishment to even fleetingly mention. And so the world has been ignoring this forbidden subject. Many, also in South Africa, have chosen to look the other way. But looking the other way does not make the truth disappear.

Eskom court bid to raise electricity prices 16% to recover R69bn bailout — and raise another R34bn


Immediately before plunging the country into further power rationing, Eskom took its regulator to court demanding more money to keep going. If it succeeds, already struggling electricity consumers will have to find more than R100-bn to help Eskom out. The economy can hardly keep up with the power costs already.

South Africa’s economy is in a perilous state and is running out of time to get fixed


South Africa’s public finances are in a perilous state. There are four main reasons for this. First, economic growth is low or non-existent. Second, tax revenue collection is repeatedly below forecasts. Third, debt levels have risen rapidly and are now at their highest levels in the post-apartheid era. Fourth, the poor performance of state-owned enterprises is necessitating large-scale government support.

South Africa’s Stellenbosch mafia


Under fire from the Economic Freedom Fighters and others, the Afrikaner stronghold's billionaire power brokers argue that they are committed to black economic empowerment. The new faces at the table may look the part, but are they being served the choicest slice of the pie?

Supra is being attacked by the ‘Stellenbosch mafia’ who ‘bought’


Andile Mngxitama, the leader of deregistered political party Black First Land First (BLF), believes reports in The Sunday World that an affidavit submitted by a former gangster turned state witness implicates former North West premier Supra Mahumapelo in the alleged assassination of Wandile Bozwana are the work of the “Stellenbosch mafia” who used donations to the CR17 to “buy” President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Secret film exposes South African jails


The South African prisons department has been forced to reinstate a governor who was sacked for resisting official pressure to destroy a secretly made video showing warders selling convicts weapons, drugs and juveniles for sex.

Ramaphosa signs Internet censorship bill into law


President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed off a number of major new laws – including the controversial ‘internet censorship bill’.

Numbers swell outside UN in Cape Town as foreign nationals demand evacuation over safety fears


A crisis is brewing in Cape Town's CBD after more than 1 000 people made camp in an arcade, demanding that the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) evacuate them from South Africa due to safety concerns.

Senior SAR Officials Resigns to Escape Prosecution


Another senior executive has agreed with the SA Revenue Service to retire with immediate effect.

The retirement is part of the “cleaning” process the Revenue Service is doing, and a spokesman said Teboho Mokoena, the suspended chief of the human development division, agreed to leave the taxpayer’s service.

News ‘I paid Zuma R2.5 million for asylum’ – Radovan Krejcír


At his second meeting Zuma indicated that he had spoken to Malusi Gigaba to prepare asylum papers

Jailed mobster Radovan Krejcír allegedly travelled to Nkandla to meet former president Jacob Zuma and his son, Duduzane, and handed over R2.5 million in cash in exchange for asylum.

Want a jet, a car, a house? Gupta sale is on


More than a billion rands of the Guptas’ assets are being sold off — but the state is unlikely to recover a cent from the alleged looting of its coffers by the family.

Brutal Bellville home invasion, man’s (77) condition deteriorates


The condition of Johan Spammer (77) has deteriorated since Tuesday morning 8 October 2019 after he and his wife were attacked and savagely assaulted in their home in Bellville, Cape Town. He was hospitalized with approximately 20 stab wounds to his head, back and arms. The attacker also viciously beat him with a hammer and a pipe.

Lengthy load shedding could finally 'junk' South Africa


Eskom, which provides about 95% of the nation’s electricity, implemented power cuts on Wednesday amid maintenance problems. The rand weakened as investors fretted about the effect on economic growth

R3.9 million for 9 months’ work at the SABC


The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) released its 2018/19 annual report recently which revealed that it made a loss of R482 million.

VIDEO: Biker robbed and intimidated for money in South Africa


“In this video by ‘Charmaine’ we see that crime is out of control in South Africa.”

Farm attackers open fire through bedroom window on elderly couple, Brits


A farm attack took place on 14 October 2019, at 22:40 at Langplaas in Brits, North west province. An elderly couple, Lem Theron (82), who is in a wheelchair and his wife (80) noticed at least two balaclava clad attackers at their bedroom window. When the couple shouted at them, one of the attackers opened fire on them, shattering the window. The woman had to be treated for shrapnel in her face. After the shooting the attackers fled the scene.

Farmer opens fire on attackers in his home, kills one, Malmesbury


A farm attack took place on Monday morning, 30 September 2019, at 03:45, on the farm Botterkloof, in Malmesbury, Western cape province. A farmer was attacked in his home by two assailants who threatened him with knives. In self defence the farmer opened fire on the attackers killing one. The other attacker fled. The police are now investigating a case of murder against the farmer.

‘They Eat Money’: How Mandela’s Political Heirs Grow Rich Off Corruption


In the generation since apartheid ended in 1994, tens of billions of dollars in public funds — intended to develop the economy and improve the lives of black South Africans — have been siphoned off by leaders of the A.N.C., the very organization that had promised them a new, equal and just nation.

Corruption Gutted South Africa’s Tax Agency. Now the Nation Is Paying the Price.


South Africa’s young democracy had depended on the faith — and taxes — of its people since the end of apartheid, so the risks were evident. If the leader of the African National Congress, his relatives and his influential associates could dodge their tax duties, the rest of the country might shirk them, too, hollowing out the government’s ability to function at the most basic level.aving a big sale, on-site celebrity, or other event? Be sure to announce it so everybody knows and gets excited about it.

South Africa Vows to End Corruption. Are Its New Leaders Part of the Problem?


Over the years, Mr. Mabuza’s province also became known as one of South Africa’s most dangerous. Nearly 20 politicians, most from inside the A.N.C., were assassinated in the past two decades, some after exposing graft in public works projects.

“We are being reluctant as a nation to face the reality of Mabuza,” he added. “If Ramaphosa gets hit by a bus, Mabuza is going to be the president.”

South Africa: ANC Goes to Ground After New York Times Exposé On Deputy President Mabuza


While acting President David Mabuza was taking care of the country at the weekend while President Cyril Ramaphosa attended the wedding of his son Andile in Uganda, the world's most respected newspaper, The New York Times, published an in-depth and devastating investigation of how the country's Deputy President allegedly siphoned off millions from Mpumalanga schools to "buy loyalty and amass enormous power" in the party.

Nine gruesome farm attacks that shocked South Africans


Nowhere in the world have people being brutally attacked and murdered by black attackers like white farmers in South Africa. It is reported that every 17 hours for the last five years, a white person was either attacked or murdered by black in their homes. Between January 2010 and January 2015, more than 2 500 violent attackers by blacks against whites were registered. 2008 of the whites were tortured to death and suffered mental torture by being forced to watch the gang-rape of their wives and daughters.

South African State Pathologist found guilty of stealing body parts


A black South African State Forensic Pathologist was found guilty of stealing body parts of a white woman from a mortuary.

Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's 'liberation hero turned tyrant', dies aged 95


Robert Mugabe, the bush war guerrilla who led Zimbabwe to independence and crushed his foes during nearly four decades of rule as his country descended into poverty, hyperinflation and unrest, died on Friday. He was 95.

Judge who presided over Coligny 'sunflower case' up for top job in North West judiciary


The judicial service commission (JSC) on Tuesday said it would recommend judge Roland Hendricks for the position of North West deputy judge president.

Hendricks is being interviewed for the position for the third time, having failed twice in the past. 

He is the only candidate interviewed for the post this time.

During his interview Hendricks had to answer questions about his former political affiliation to the ANC, as well as his handling of traditional leadership cases which reportedly had raised concern among critics in the academic fraternity.

Jacob Zuma threatens to reveal “secrets” in corruption case


Are your customers raving about you on social media? SharAs per tradition these days, every appearance Jacob Zuma makes in a court of law is supplemented by a political rally which features singing, dancing and ludicrous claims. Tuesday was no different, although one major aspect has changed – the dwindling support base that usually attends these gatherings.e their great stories to help turn potential customers into loyal ones.

The arrival of ISIS in Southern Africa


The ‘arrival’ of ISIS in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and in the north of Mozambique should be causing some concern at Defence Headquarters and in government. It should do so because it may herald a step change in the threats facing South Africa’s Southern African Development Community (SADC) partners and any forces that South Africa might deploy to assist them.

R22 billion lost due to corruption in health sector


South Africa loses an estimated R22 billion annually due to fraud and corruption in the health sector. Deputy Justice Minister John Jeffrey says the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) is working on recovering over R14 billion of the lost money.

Faces and names of our people brutally killed in September 2019 alone


The names and faces of those senselessly murdered in South Africa, while the world does nothing.

ANC’s 20 year old, R70bn dirty secret will finally be exposed to the light

Corrupt South Africa

Feinstein is a former ANC firebrand Parliamentarian who was drummed out of the party (and the country) for asking too many questions about South Africa’s R70bn Arms Procurement deal. He discovered that arms manufacturers had paid ANC colleagues bribes of over $300m to secure contracts. Feinstein documented his story in 2007’s bestseller titled After The Party

South Africa under siege from internal corruption, deceit, denial, and greed – Buthelezi

Corruption is Poison South Africa

South Africa is under siege, but the enemy is not coming from outside armed with guns and knives, it is within and its weapons are corruption, deceit, greed, and denial, Inkatha Freedom Party leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi said on Saturday.

BEE inadvertently became ‘prime enabler of State Capture and corruption’ in South Africa

BBEE racist South Africa hiring policies

Instead of righting the economic wrongs of the past, BEE had the opposite effect as the economic plight and well-being of the vast majority worsened due to ill-conceived and poorly implemented legislation.

South Africa: The KPMG scandal and the hypocrisy of big business

Gupta's State Capture

Over the recent period sections of South African big business have been very vocal against corruption and have promised to “fight against” it. But all of this hue and cry is merely a cover for an ongoing clash between different wings of the ruling class.

South Africa Politician Arrested in Killing of Whistle-Blower

State Capture South Africa

JOHANNESBURG — A high-ranking politician in South Africa’s governing African National Congress was arrested in connection with the assassination of a party member who had exposed corruption in a public works project, officials said Monday., let folks know.

Hit Men and Power: South Africa’s Leaders Are Killing One Another

ANC Corrupt Hitmen in Power

UMZIMKHULU, South Africa — Their fear faded as they raced back home, the bottle of Johnnie Walker getting lighter with each turn of the road. Soon, Sindiso Magaqa was clapping and bouncing behind the wheel of his beloved V8 Mercedes-Benz, pulling into familiar territory just before dark.

The world is slowly becoming south africa

'List of Soros' Names 226 MEPs in Europe Who Are Under the Complete Control of George Soros

Destroyer of everything good

The “list of Soros” exposes the EU as nothing more than a mechanism for the elitist billionaire to promote his neo-liberal policies consisting of border-less mass migration, same-sex marriage, integration of Ukraine into the EU, and war with Russia.

Christians most persecuted religious group in the world

Christians most persecuted group in the world


  • Bishop of Truro’s Independent Review for Foreign Secretary reveals intensity of global Christian persecution
  • Calls for more commitment from Foreign Office in protecting persecuted religious minorities

The Persecution of White Males

Farm Murders South Africa

Recently a nurse was fired from Indiana University Health after she tweeted, “Every white woman raises a detriment to society when they raise a son. Someone with the HIGHEST propensity to be a terrorist, rapist, killer, and domestic violence all star. Historically, every son you had should be sacrificed to the B-ch Wolves…”

Silence Means Violence: How Censorship Leads Inexorably to Dead Whites

Globalism at it's finest

Another day in Brave New Britain, another Muslim rape-gang is convicted and another set of ugly, alien, melanin-enriched faces stare out from news-reports. But not for long. As Douglas Murray spotted in 2018, the leftist media are now determined that these stories should disappear as soon as possible. After all, in 2017 a White idiot called Darren Osborne drove a car at worshippers outside a mosque in London, killing one man and injuring twelve others because he had been “radicalized” by Tommy Robinson and angered by a BBC drama about Muslim “grooming gangs” in the Lancashire town of Rochdale.

Nun decapitated; Christian persecution deemed close to “international definition of genocide”

Victim of Islamic Extremist

Fox News did a report, which stated that Christian persecution is “close to” reaching the “international definition of genocide”. The Fox video report is included in the current news article by the UK Express: “Horror after nun DECAPITATED in brutal attack“….

10-Years Ago Today: Black Criminals Kill, Torture Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom

Hate Crime against Whites

It has been 10 years this week since the heinous kidnappings, rape and murders of a young Knoxville couple. The crime forever changed two families, resulted in several new laws and led to years upon years of court proceedings.

News Corrupt South Africa

Mpofu promises to shut EFF down if MI6 allegations turn out to be true

EFF Corrupt

On the flip side, the party’s chairperson wants Ramaphosa to step down if it can be proven he was an apartheid spy.

Is Ace Magashule a nastier gangster than Jacob Zuma? Chilling details emerge


Jacob Zuma has been painted as pure evil, selling his soul, and South Africa, to the Gupta family. But it’s a close-run thing deciding who is the worst gangster: the former president of South Africa or ANC secretary general Ace Magashule.

The curious case of David Mabuza’s fake niece


Further startling details are emerging about the woman who caused a storm after she implicated Deputy President David Mabuza in an assassination plot.


David Mabuza Corrupt to the Core

The affidavit made by a Mozambican national known as Josh to an ex ANC and COPE politician James Nkambule, who ended up dead through poisoning.

The current vice President of South Africa needs no introduction when a discussion around corruption in politics take place.

Mabuza has a reputation as a ghastly corrupt individual.

Was Ché Masilela killed? Angry weapons dealer decides to talk.

Che Masilela murdered

Explosive new allegations that former secretary of defence January “Ché” Masilela and controversial international arms dealer Ivan Monsieur were assassinated because they knew too much about the murky world of arms deals, are made in a wide-ranging affidavit presented recently to the office of the national commissioner of police, Riah Phiyega, by international weapons dealer Johan Erasmus. Claims of shady deals, industrial espionage and dirty tricks by government officials and high-powered politicians close to the massive South African defence industry’s armaments acquisition projects.

Ivan Monsieur: The man who knew too much, and paid the price

Ivan Monsieur Murdered by Police

Despite overwhelming evidence pointing to the identities of the assassins of Belgian-born South African arms dealer and police reservist Ivan Monsieur, the murder was never properly investigated. At the time of his death, in June 2009, Monsieur was investigating a carjacking and robbery syndicate involving ANC cadres and police officers. But Monsieur’s past as a relentless whistleblower in the shady world of international arms deals had made him an enemy in many places.

Trumps New Afrikaan’s Speaking Security Advisor - Robert O’ Brian

Trump Strategy

Robert O’Brien learnt to speak the language while an exchange student in Bloemfontein during apartheid.

Robert O’Brien: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know


Robert C. O’Brien is a hostage negotiator, lawyer and diplomat who has been picked by President Donald Trump to be his fourth national security adviser, replacing John Bolton in the White House position. 

South African Teenager Found Guilty for Rape and Murder of 95 Year Old Woman

South Africa Farm Murders and Brutal Rapes of the Elderly and Children

South African teenager identified as Phumzile Mabope, was on Friday found guilty of raping and murdering a 95 year old woman in Uitenhage at the Port Elizabeth High Court

Alleged Isis 'mastermind' in Durban allowed to travel to China for business


 Farhad Hoomer, out on R200,000 bail, is alleged to be the mastermind behind a Verulam mosque attack in May 2018, and firebomb attacks at retail outlets in the months that followed.
Image: Jackie Clausen 

Probe found Gupta-linked companies scored Eskom contracts with fake BEE certificates, DA says

Gupta take over South Africa with Jacob Zuma

 Three Gupta-linked companies were awarded multi-million rand contracts with power utility Eskom despite having fraudulent B-BBEE certificates or misrepresenting their empowerment statuses, according to a report seen by the DA. 


Ramaphosa is Corrupt

 DURBAN – President Cyril Ramaphosa has called for all sanctions against Zimbabwe to be lifted. 

With SANDF deployment due to end tomorrow, “nothing has changed”

With SANDF deployment due to end tomorrow, “nothing has changed”

The South African National Defence Forces (SANDF) two-month deployment to the Western Cape comes to an end on Monday and it remains unclear if Alan Winde’s request for an extension will be granted

‘Dress rehearsal for civil war’: Chilling warning as South Africa gripped by xenophobic riots

Andile from the BLF inciting murder

A wave of xenophobic rioting and violence between black South Africans and migrants from Nigeria and elsewhere was “a mere dress rehearsal” for the “civil war” awaiting the white community, a radical left-wing activist says.

EXCLUSIVE: Family Welcomes Granting of Leave to Appeal for Coligny Two

Phillip Schutte And Pieter Doorewaard Innocent!

The two men convicted of murder in the Coligny sunflower case, Pieter Doorewaard and Phillip Schutte, have been granted special leave to appeal directly to the Court of Appeals in Bloemfontein.

Trump’s new Afrikaans-speaking security adviser has ‘interacted’ with AfriForum


US President Donald Trump(L)speaks next to new national security advisor Robert O'Brien on September 18, 2019 at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California. - Last week, Trump abruptly fired John Bolton, a vigorous proponent of using US military force abroad and one of the main hawks in the administration on Iran. O'Brien has until now served as Trump's envoy for situations involving US hostages abroad. He comes into the new job with backing from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and senior Republicans in Congress. (Photo by Nicholas Kamm / AFP) nitely promote it here to get customers excited about getting a sweet deal.

South African judge sparks racism row for claiming 'rape is part of black culture'


 A white South African judge has been criticised over a series of comments in which she purportedly claimed black men find gang-rape of a "baby, daughter and mother a pleasurable past time". 

Cops to unmask ‘faceless’ allegations of corruption by judges

What this means is, they want revenge and someone will likely die for exposing them.

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has refuted allegations that have been circulating on social media, implicating judges in state capture and corruption. 

Mogoeng said the “faceless” sources who shared these claims need to reveal themselves, before there are any investigations into any wrong-doing.

Meet Malema's Handler Lord Renwick

Julius Malema, Ramaphosa and many others are puppets of Britian. Kill the Boer

Julius Malema, Ramaphosa & many others are puppets for the British. Lord Renwick is evil.

Tucker Carlson Slams US Embassy for Mugabe Tweet

Tucker Carlson Slams US Embassy For Sending Condolences Over The Death Of Dictator Robert Mugabe

Tucker Carlson Slams US Embassy For Sending Condolences Over The Death Of Dictator Robert Mugabe.

Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa

Defense Minister, described S.A, as an angry nation & insisted government can't stop the violence

 S.A. Defence Minister Says Nothing Can Be Done To Stop Xenophobic Attacks In S.A.

Malema Narrowly Escapes Death

Malema narrowly escapes death, EFF members attack

EFF members attack Malema with bottles, smash his car while his security guard shoots violent party members

Massacres – Gukurahundi Zimbabwe

“They ripped her belly open w/bayonets,sliced the fetus,roasted the flesh, forced the family to eat

Have you opened a new location, redesigned your shop, or added a new product or service? Don't keep it to yourself, let folks know.

Brilliant. Rian Malan fact-checks Coligny. SA fails “Mockingbird” test.

Phillip Schutte and Pieter Doorewaard innocent men

The problem with the mob is that it does not demand justice, just a preconceived outcome: Doorewaard and Schutte are guilty and must be savagely punished the mob is hungry, and that nothing will appease it save white flesh.

SA crime comparable to low intensity civil war - defenceWeb


 Crime levels in South Africa have reached the stage of a low intensity civil war, the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) said following the release of national crime statistics by Police Minister Bheki Cele this week. 

ANALYSIS: How Bell Pottinger met its end in South Africa

Bell Pottinger’s headquarters in London.

LONDON — If an autopsy could have been performed on Bell Pottinger, Britain’s most audacious public relations firm, the cause of death may have been summarized as “acute embarrassment.”

Daily Maverick This is What Panic Looks Like

Julius Malema, Leader of the EFF

 The Economic Freedom Fighters, who pose as pugilistic revolutionaries afraid of nothing and no one, have now "banned" Daily Maverick, Scorpio, and amaBhungane from all of their events. For an organization that has a ‘War Council’ and a ‘Commander-in-Chief’, this appears to be a panic move.

'Data doesn't support that foreigners are grabbing jobs from South Africans'

Lies Again From the Governtment

 The spike in violence against foreign nationals in parts of Gauteng in recent weeks was debated in the National Assembly on Tuesday. 

Land expropriation in South Africa: The way forward

Land Expropriation without Compensation (THEFT)

 The parliamentary ad hoc committee on changing section 25 of the Constitution to simplify expropriation without compensation met yesterday and mapped out the legislative road ahead for the controversial and important constitutional amendment. 

White people do not control SA economy - Moeletsi Mbeki

Moeletsi Mbeki and His Stupidity

Cape Town – White people do not control the economy of South Africa, that is a myth, analyst Moeletsi Mbeki said on Saturday.

Political economist Mbeki, former IEC head Brigalia Bam and City Press editor Ferial Haffajee were discussing the strategies needed to protect South African’s democracy. 

HOLIDAY BLOODBATH Pregnant mum hacked to death as she slept.

Farm Murder South Africa

Karen Turner, 31, who was three months pregnant, was sleeping with her husband Matthew, 33, and their toddler son Hayden when they were attacked at about 3am Tuesday.

Heavy security for ‘Isis trio’ court appearance in KwaZulu-Natal


The uncovering of an alleged violent escape attempt by the 'Isis trio' led to a massive police presence at the Verulam Family Court in KwaZulu-Natal.

Terror threat in SA debated as 100 South Africans return home from Isis camps


After spending time in Isis strongholds, a large group of South Africans have been allowed to return back to Mzansi. Should we be concerned?

South Africa on the brink of major load shedding: DA

Eskom Collapse

The DA says there is a strong possibility of rolling blackouts during September and October 2019.

In a statement on Thursday (19 September), the party said it has received reliable information about the potential blackouts.

President Trump Names Robert O’Brien As His New National Security Advisor

South Africa Boer Genocide

He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Los Angeles and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law. “He was a Rotary Scholar at the University of the Free State in South Africa and he speaks fluent Afrikaans.”

The terrible consequences of police corruption in South Africa


What do we do when those mandated to protect us are serving other interests than public safety and security? In South Africa, police corruption leaves the public exposed to high rates of crime, and causes distrust of the police service while allowing crime to flourish.