Zweli Mkhize blind to the danger of coronavirus outbreak


 Health minister Zweli Mkhize has come under fire this week for not instituting emergency evacuations for South African citizens living in China amidst the coronavirus outbreak, which has claimed more than 200 lives so far. 

OPINION: Minister Mboweni, Moody's can see the lights going out


 Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has a tough task ahead of him: convincing rating agency Moody's that, despite a review in South Africa's outlook from stable to negative in November, it should not be downgraded to junk status in the near future. And yet the country retains a giant albatross around its neck in the form of its ailing power utility, Eskom, whose CEO recently warned that the spectre of load shedding would not be disappearing any time soon. 

World to Ramaphosa: Do something fast to save South Africa


 Pressure is mounting on President Cyril Ramaphosa to stabilise the government's shaky finances and rescue an economy teetering on the brink of recession. 

Give back your Nobel, FW de Klerk, says EFF


The Economic Freedom Fighters has called on former President FW de Klerk to return the Nobel Prize he won because he allegedly had blood on his hands and is not a peacemaker. 

Dutch minister calls for SA clarity on land reform and property rights


 Dutch foreign affairs minister Stef Blok has called on the SA government to give clarity on the contentious issues of land reform and property rights, which he describes as “very complex and delicate”. 

'Expropriation Without Compensation:' South Africa's Land Grab/s Lead to Lawlessness and Violence


 PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA – Rising violence in South Africa has become a major concern for travelers after the US State Department issued a travel advisory in December. But it isn't just petty theft that is the problem. Some South Africans say the government itself is encouraging lawlessness.  

How badly we have mishandled the cherished project that began 30 years ago today


 It is exactly 30 years since that momentous day, February 2 1990, when FW de Klerk stood up in parliament and unleashed an earthquake that shattered age-old tectonic plates — unbanning political organisations such as the ANC, the PAC and the SACP, releasing political prisoners and setting in motion steps for a negotiated settlement. .

Kgalema Motlanthe: Nail state capture beneficiaries on their tax returns


 The best way to nail public officials who have looted public funds and aided state capture with impunity was to use the tax system.

This was instead of merely the using the criminal justice system, which took forever to bite.

This is the view of former president Kgalema Motlanthe, who was addressing the media in Parktown on Monday in his capacity as chairman of the ANC OR Tambo School of Leadership.

Marine Le Pen: Brexit is a ‘Terrifying Failure’ For the European Union


 Marine Le Pen, the president of the French populist right-wing party Rassemblement National (National Rally), congratulated the United Kingdom for regaining its “freedom” but went on to say that Brexit was a “terrifying failure” for the European Union. 

Eskom price hike outrage: Activist Lydia Petersen unpacks tariff increase


 Just when South Africans think Eskom-induced irritation can't get any worse, it emerges that Eskom bosses want citizens to pay up now for bad management mistakes in the past. 

Rand jumps after court orders arrest of former president Jacob Zuma


 A South African court ordered the arrest of former President Jacob Zuma after he failed to show up for his corruption trial, signalling a more aggressive approach by the authorities to tackle corruption. The rand strengthened. 

Mkhwebane 'well within her rights' to investigate Ramaphosa, high court told


Mkhwebane 'well within her rights' to investigate Ramaphosa, high court told “A public official cannot say, ‘Oh sorry, I received a billion rand privately.'"

Vicki Momberg case was about vengeance, not justice


Vicki Momberg this week carved herself a niche in history. It’s not a pretty one, though. It’s a place in infamy. It’s the kind of thing which, to escape the shame, will tempt her offspring to consider changing their surnames or emigrating.

Farm attacks – an evil within


Claims of kingpins in charge of well-planned crime operations with connections in government, highly trained hit squads using children to secure intelligence in farm attacks, occasional acts of intimidation to force land owners off their property and inhuman physical trauma inflicted on victims of such heinous crimes speak of the evil that characterises incidents committed against inhabitants of some of the remotest locations in South Africa.



A Mining specialist from RUSTENBURG openly applauded the white genocide happening in South-Africa. Thombeni Tladi commented on a social media post discussing the murders of white South Africans Post Apartheid.

He wrote “7 000 is too little kill more and let us take it from there”

This type of comments go unseen as many believe that only whites are prohibited from making racial comments.



Geingob has since demanded constitutional amendments to allow for the forceful expropriation of white-owned commercial farms with "fair compensation".

His proposal echoed controversial plans in neighboring South Africa to expropriate land without compensation.

ANC, EFF lies about land ownership, here are the facts


The last 2 weeks the controversial topic of land expropriation without compensation has been much debated. For years the ANC/EFF have been misleading the public and the international community with misleading statements that whites own 80% of the land. 

Umkhonto weSizwe should spearhead ANC's quest for economic revival: Magashule


Members of Umkhonto weSizwe (MK) can revive the ANC and unite party towards the realisation of economic freedom.

This is according to ANC secretary general Ace Magashule as the party celebrated the history of Umkhonto weSizwe in Soweto on Monday.

State Capture wipes out third of SA’s R4.9-trillion GDP – never mind lost trust, confidence, opportu


The cost of State Capture hovers at around R1.5-trillion over the second term of the Jacob Zuma administration. That’s just short of the R1.8-trillion Budget for 2019. Put differently: State Capture has wiped out a third of South Africa’s R4.9-trillion gross domestic product, or effectively annihilated four months of all labour and productivity of all South Africans, from hawkers selling sweets outside schools to boardroom jockeys.

Ramaphosa’s 14 000 pardons a slap in the face to victims of crime


The announcement by President Ramaphosa that he intends issuing blanket pardons or “special remissions” to certain categories of criminal offenders gives the lie to the lip service he and his party pays to due process, the rule of law and his superficial commitment to combating rampant crime in South Africa.

Anyone can have the job “Except White People” – Magistrate’s Commission Display real testimonials


According to the Helen Suzman Foundation, which acted as a friend of the court in the case, the court found that the commission completely disregarded legislation, regulations, its own short-list process and the rights of white people to be considered at least during the process.

Dangerous EFF Criminal, Kanya Cekeshe to get parole, K-Word Vicki does not qualify for Ramaphosa’s w


Momberg is serving a two-year prison sentence in Johannesburg prison for crimen injuria after police searched her for three months. She surrendered herself to police on November 6.

Umkhonto weSizwe should spearhead ANC's quest for economic revival: Magashule


Members of Umkhonto weSizwe (MK) can revive the ANC and unite party towards the realisation of economic freedom.

This is according to ANC secretary general Ace Magashule as the party celebrated the history of Umkhonto weSizwe in Soweto on Monday.

Shock Report Finds at Least 1000 Christians Have Been Killed in Nigeria During 2019


A new report into the persecution of Nigeria’s Christian community has found that around 1,000 believers have been killed by Islamic militants over during 2019 alone.

Ex-intelligence cop Deon Loots defends Boeremag


In this statement below - submitted to the Pretoria High Court on Feb 7 2013 in defence of the convicted Boeremag Treason Trialists' sentencing, Captain Deon Loots (left) described the 'agent-provocateur' activities of the SAPS' main witness against the Boeremag, J.C. Smith (right) and other leading crime-intelligence officers' activities.

A Glimpse Into History – The Forgotten Boeremag Prisoners – A Gross Rape of Justice Gone Unchallenge


On October 29 2013 a  liberal motivated high court judge, Eben Jordaan, said the members of the so-called “Boeremag ” aimed to” destroy democracy “ when it planted bombs, condemning six members of the white liberation movement  to effectively 25 years in prison in a staggering R35 million rand trial.

Boeremag cells were bugged: ex-spy


Pretoria - A former crime intelligence officer on Monday told the High Court in Pretoria he had seen police video footage of the Boeremag members found guilty of treason consulting their lawyers in jail.

Warning of ANC Pension Plunder Plan


A rapid rise in SA government spending will trigger a chain of events, culminating in the erosion of the value of your pension, leading economist Mike Schussler has warned.

Eskom used like an ATM: How Absa helped cash in on state capture. Paul O’Sullivan joins dots.


Absa, one of South Africa’s biggest banks, turned a blind eye to money laundering. That’s abundantly clear from the evidence Forensics for Justice founder Paul O’Sullivan has pieced together. Absa is hiding behind technicalities to avoid explaining its role in state capture and corruption at Eskom, which is the state entity that is the most troublesome for South Africa

89 Year Old Woman Attacked with Hammer


An 89 year old woman was attacked savagely by intruders with a hammer this morning,

Cato Ridge shooting: Man and girl (2) killed, six injured including boy (3)


Two people have been killed, including a 2 year old girl, and six others were left injured, including a 3 year old boy, following a shooting in Nkanyzini in Cato Ridge, KwaZulu Natal.

China Has Weaponized The Smartphone: Here’s Why You Should Be Concerned


H“File sharing has never been simpler,” claim the developers behind the viral mobile app Zapya. “You can share files from device to device for free—Zapya allows you to seamlessly transfer massive files across multiple platforms.” It’s a compelling pitch—DewMobile, the app’s Shanghai-based developers, claim 450 million downloads since its 2012 launch. Somewhat awkwardly, though, it now appears that the authorities in Xinjiang have been “targeting” Zapya users among the minority Uighur population. aving a big sale, on-site celebrity, or other event? Be sure to announce it so everybody knows and gets excited about it.

Lottery hides its beneficiaries following corruption exposés


Are your customers raving about you on sociaThe National Lotteries Commission (NLC) has failed to publish details of organisations it has funded in its 2019 Annual report. For the past 18 years it has made the list of beneficiaries available, either in the report or as a separately released table. But now the NLC has stated that it will not be disclosing its beneficiaries.l media? Share their great stories to help turn potential customers into loyal ones.

China Is Not In Africa For Charity, But To Control Its Resources


China is in Africa now not to advance Maoism, but to control its resources, people, and potential.

The scandal in Washington no one is talking about


The deadly-but-forgotten government gun-running scandal known as “Fast and Furious” has lain dormant for years, thanks to White House stonewalling and media compliance. But newly uncovered emails have reopened the case, exposing the anatomy of a coverup by an administration that promised to be the most transparent in history.

Court lashes Jacob Zuma’s language and finds no merits in his appeal argument


In yet another blow to Jacob Zuma, the KwaZulu-Natal High Court has dismissed his request to appeal the court's decision denying him a permanent stay of prosecution for arms deal-related charges. The former president was also accused for making comments that could bring the justice system into disrepute. .