A member of parliament for South Africa’s ANC party has called for white famers to be “buried alive” during a parliamentary debate on the ongoing genocide being perpetrated against white people in that country by blacks.
South African president Jacob Zuma has called for “black unity” against whites in order to force whites off land in that country during 2017. Making the call—to loud applause—during a…
Hundreds of illegal immigrants from Ethiopia, Somalia, and Malawi have been arrested in Zimbabwe since the beginning of 2017 and have been forcibly deported back to their home countries—all with the active help and cooperation of the United Nations’ International Organization for Migration, it has emerged.
The basic incompatibility between European value systems, democracy, and the Third World, has been vividly demonstrated once again in the South African parliament in Cape Town, when a huge brawl…
The African National Congress’s policies will lead to the disappearance of whites in South Africa within the next 50 to 60 years, F. W. de Klerk, the last Afrikaner president of that country, has said.
Black South African “pastors” at some of the country’s largest African churches have been revealed as running “healing” ceremonies in which congregants are sprayed with insecticide, made to touch and eat live electric wires, eat stones, grass, rats—the latter of which they claim have been transformed into chocolate.
South Africa’s Pretoria branch of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) has blamed whites because black residents have turned the formerly pristine city center into what local media called a “crime and filth” permeated slum. The ANC Youth League (ANCYL) said in a statement this week that “racism” was to blame for the decay and that white people were “deliberately neglecting the apartments.”
The city center of Johannesburg, South Africa, has once again been rocked by a renewed outburst of violence with a bus and a police vehicle being torched by hordes of rioting African “students” demanding the “decolonization” of their curricula and the abolition of all tuition fees. At least four vehicles have been torched at the University of Cape Town, and violence spread to several other institutions as well.
Ongoing black “student” violence and rioting has shut all South African universities and it is now doubtful that there will be any 2016 graduates this year. The violence has caused more than R600 million ($44 million) damage to buildings and vehicles so far, and the rioting shows no sign of ending soon.
The world-famous University of Cape Town (UCT) has been shut down with immediate effect “in anticipation of protest action” by thousands of rioting blacks, a statement from the college has announced. The decision follows riots last week over tribunals against “students” arrested for assault, intimidation, arson, and vandalism during earlier “protests.”
The two South African leftists who opened their farm to hundreds of Central African invaders who had fled “xenophobic violence” in that country, have now completely abandoned their farm after an Indian-origin High Court judge refused to rule in their favor.
At least 20 candidates were murdered by opponents in the run-up to last week’s local elections in South Africa, which were won by the ruling ANC—and which lost at least 13 candidates to the mayhem. A significant number of the dead candidates appear to have been murdered by members of their own parties in internal squabbles over the right to be nominated.
Black mobs have attacked and burned down a warehouse at the famous Beit Bridge crossing between South Africa and Zimbabwe during ongoing protests over a Zimbabwean ban on importing South African goods.
The mob also prevented travelers crossing into South Africa by placing burning tires in the road and stoning passing vehicles.
After only five days on the job, a group of 300 black South African firemen sent to help Canada fight the ongoing Alberta wildfires, have gone on strike.
The firefighters garnered international media attention when they touched down in Canada last month, singing and dancing as they landed, as part of a “payback for Canadian opposition to Apartheid.”
The South African parliament has finally passed the law which will allow the ANC government to legally seize white-owned land and hand it over to nonwhites.
The new “Appropriation Act” does away with the previous “willing seller, willing buyer” arrangement which was supposed to prevent a Zimbabwe-style land grab.
Flesh-eating bacteria, E.coli, cholera, shigella, and salmonella bacteria are present in South African water supplies-because three-quarters of water pumped back into rivers by municipal treatment plants is not properly treated. The collapse in water sanitation standards—due to the inefficiency of the Third World government—is detailed in a new report from the 2016 SA Health Review (SAHR).
South African Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has formally suspended that country’s rugby, cricket, netball, and athletics associations from bidding for international tournaments because they are too white.
Making the announcement this week, Mbalula said those organizations had “failed to transform”—that is, they had not attracted enough black players.
Evidence of black-ruled South Africa’s ongoing regression has been delivered once again with statistics showing that black youth born after the ANC came to power are now less skilled than their parents.
“When parents are better equipped than the children, it’s a sign of regression,” said Statistician-General Pali Lehohla at this week’s release of The Social Profile of Youth, 2009–2014 report.
The self-sufficient—and world famous—Afrikaner town of Orania in South Africa turned twenty-five last week—and held a well-attended carnival event to celebrate. The town now boasts just over 1,800 residents, 100 hundred businesses, more than 300 children are in its schools in any one year, and the town’s municipality managed a budget of more than R27 million in 2015—among its many other achievements.
Ex-pilots—and by implication whites—have “stolen” aircraft from the South African Air Force (SAAF), and this is why there are not enough aircraft to train new pilots, that country’s Minister of Defense has announced.
The ludicrous accusation—which illustrates once again South Africa’s slide into Third World nonsense—was made by Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula in parliament.