Politics

Xenophobia debacle

The irony though in this xenophobic attack debacle, is the FACT that government has failed in its own strategy in dealing with illegal immigrants, corruption of its own officials as well as the crime pandemic especially the drug issue we are now crying foul about. Why haven’t you South Africans gone to protest at your […]

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Who judges the judges?

The judiciary and the media in SA present a serious conundrum for our young democracy – the institutions are deemed incorruptible and insulated from corruption and error of judgment.  But the presentation before the judges by this individual (see video) reveals what could be termed one of the biggest fears in the project of entrenching […]

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Protect our sisters

South African black women are crying out against women and child abuse in huge numbers. In May 2019 they had a choice to vote for a government that can eradicate crime, but because social grants are more important than their safety and security, they voted for criminals who have countless rape accusations against them?  You […]

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A rose by any other name

If we have to be gagged for free speech then this is the time. Minister Tito Mboweni released a document called ‘Economic transformation, inclusive growth, and competitiveness: Towards an Economic Strategy for South Africa’ and the phenomenon of numerical majority (blacks) being dominated by a cultural majority (whites) is entrenched. The document refers to the […]

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#SandtonShutdown

Tens of thousands of women and men fed up with femicide and xenophobic violence in South Africa marched in Sandton to close down the JSE. They have demanded a 2% levy on JSE listed companies to help in the fight against gender violence. JSE CEO, Nicky Newton-King, received a memorandum and promised protestors a reply within […]