Category Archives: Corruption

Project Hammer – South Africa’s “freedom” enslaved the entire nation!

Project Hammer was a desperate undertaking by the USA government to rescue some of its major banks, who, by the end of the 1980’s, faced insolvency.

These banks included Citibank, HSBC, Chase Manhatten and the Bank of New York.

The ANC: A pyramid scheme on the brink of collapse?

By: Mzukisi Makatse

I am a member of the ANC and have been since 1989 when I was barely 11 years old. Painfully, it is the first time in all these years that I am overcome by a great feeling of doubt about the ANC.


Mzukisi Makatse

ANC’s big lie about electricity in South Africa

A new report reveals how the ANC government forbade Eskom from building new power stations while South Africa was running out of electricityelec-pylons-2

The South African Institute of Race Relations (IRR) has released a new report, titled: “The rise and fall of Eskom – and how to fix it now”.

Watch: Stefan Molyneux – Facts on the current state of South Africa

The mere mention of South Africa in a discussion provokes deep images of institutional racism, discrimination and horrific violence.

Stefan Molyneux

Stefan Molyneux

Fewer people think SA is still on right path

Seventy-six percent of people in SA used to feel the country was going in the right direction from the early years after 1994, but now just 42% think so.

Jeff THAMSANQA RADEBE Photo - African Success

Photo – African Success

How the world sees us: The Times – “Zuma is enemy of blacks and whites”

Those who have been through crisis points in their lives know that the first step to recovery is admitting there is problem, that the situation is unmanageable. The paradox is that only after such utter surrender can the solutions begin. There are reminders everywhere.1 I had a couple this week that the Zuma Administration is some way from grasping reality. One was a passionate soccer administrator who tried to explain away the $10m bribe SA paid FIFA officials to host the 2010 World Cup. Another is recently appointed Eskom chief Brian Molefe’s emotive defence of the indefensible Russian nuclear power project that threatens to bankrupt SA (but enrich the already enriched). RW Johnson’s explains in some detail in his classic How Long Can SA Survive that the end of Apartheid was engineered abroad. Hopefully international pressure will play a similar, desperately required job of sobering those who desperately need it. Here’s a precis of what the British are reading about South Africa in the influential Times of London this morning. – Alec Hogg

Picture: twitter

Picture: twitter

THIS WEEK’S GUEST: TREVOR LOUDON, Author / Researcher / Activist


THIS WEEK’S GUEST:   TREVOR LOUDON, Author / Researcher / Activist

Trevor Loudon

Trevor Loudon

DA suspends councillor who asked judge to go easy on gangster

The Democratic Alliance has suspended a Western Cape ward councillor after he handed a letter to a high court judge asking for a lighter sentence for a convicted gang member and killer.


DA ward councillor Willie Jaftha

Govt could face criminal charges over al-Bashir fiasco

Pretoria high court wants the public prosecutor to investigate if the government broke the law in allowing Sudan President Omar al-Bashir to leave SA.

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir left South Africa despite a high court order prohibiting his departure. (AFP)

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir left South Africa despite a high court order prohibiting his departure. (AFP)

Words of a Desperate Zuma

I couldn’t agree more education is paramount, but unfortunately Zuma doesn’t have the money or the infrastructure to do this, and why does he only talk about this now, when he’s known about this for years, besides, that was the great Madiba’s vision, not bloody Zuma’s!

images (1)He’s only saying this to start feathering his nest for the next election, it’s a political promise that he knows he can’t deliver on, he can’t even feed the country.