Category Archives: Discrimination

Failure of the Zim land redistribution programme is because Britain and America is stopping our rain!

West tampering with our rainfall patterns: Sikhanyiso Ndlovu

Shock explanation for poor agricultural production ... Sikhanyiso Ndlovu

Shock explanation for poor agricultural production … Sikhanyiso Ndlovu

A TOP Zanu PF official’s hypothesis for the failure of the party’s land redistribution programme is that Britain and America have imposed sanctions on the country’s weather patterns.

The stunning revelation was made by former education minister Sikhanyiso Ndlovu while addressing a public meeting in Bulawayo on Thursday.

TRC files expose apartheid’s handmaidens

The imminent public release of almost 150 formerly inaccessible Truth and Reconciliation transcripts is expected to stir tensions in an already volatile Kwa-Zulu Natal (KZN) because its contents reveal the extent of collaboration between traditional authorities in the region and apartheid’s death squads.
RITUAL: President Jacob Zuma with Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini at a ceremony to celebrate the life of King Shaka. The writer says Zumas conservative Zulu symbolism boosted the ANCs electoral and party growth in KZN. Picture: Sapa

RITUAL: President Jacob Zuma with Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini at a ceremony to celebrate the life of King Shaka. The writer says Zumas conservative Zulu symbolism boosted the ANCs electoral and party growth in KZN. Picture: Sapa

Nkandla: the edge of a threshold

THE production of a 50-page document by Police Minister Nathi Nhleko, in which he effectively overturns the 450-odd pages Public Protector Thuli Madonsela took to arrive at her conclusion that President Jacob Zuma had unlawfully benefited from the Nkandla security upgrades, raises many profound questions of law and democratic order.
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko’s report on Nkandla, which effectively overturns the public protector’s report, raises many profound questions of law and democratic order. Picture: NTSWE MOKOENA

Police Minister Nathi Nhleko’s report on Nkandla, which effectively overturns the public protector’s report, raises many profound questions of law and democratic order. Picture: NTSWE MOKOENA

Afrikaans identity under huge pressure – FW de Klerk

SPEECH BY FORMER PRESIDENT FW DE KLERK TO THE BONDSRAAD, VOORTREKKER MONUMENT PRETORIA, May 29 2015

OUR FUTURE IS IN OUR OWN HANDS

It is a great honour for me to address this important meeting of the Bondsraad at the Voortrekker Monument -­ this national shrine which is so central to the identity, the history and the soul of our people.

Robert Mugabe blames South African whites for black-on-black xenophobia

President Mugabe has called on South Africans to direct their xenophobia at whites instead of blacks. ‘I give poison not for you to swallow but to give to someone else’ he told the applauding staff at SADC Headquarters in Botswana.

Robert Mugabe blames South African whites for black-on-black xenophobia

Robert Mugabe blames South African whites for black-on-black xenophobia

‘Rude’ MPs rile Thuli Madonsela

The public protector wants the same respect from Parliament that is afforded Cabinet ministers.

“The role of the chairperson is to create an enabling environment for dialogue and not to suppress it" - Thuli Madonsela

“The role of the chairperson is to create an enabling environment for dialogue and not to suppress it” – Thuli Madonsela

Mugabe to compensate white farmers for land grabs

In a bid to make amends for his controversial land reform policy, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe is set to collect land rentals from new black farmers to help compensate white farmers whose land was seized by his government.

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe (L) looks on in Domodedovo airport after arriving in Moscow, Russia to join the celebrations of the 70th Anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945, May 8, 2015.  Image: RIA NOVOSTI REUTERS

Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe (L) looks on in Domodedovo airport after arriving in Moscow, Russia to join the celebrations of the 70th Anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945, May 8, 2015.
Image: RIA NOVOSTI REUTERS

‘Kill the Boer’ taunt in Howick

Durban – The controversial Dubul’ iBhunu (Shoot the Boer) song reared its ugly head during an emotionally charged public meeting debating the merger of the financially crippled Mpofana (Mooi River) and uMngeni (Howick and Hilton) municipalities.

An uMngeni resident makes clear her objection to the incorporation of wards from Mpofana into the uMngeni Municipality. Picture: Gcina Ndwalane

An uMngeni resident makes clear her objection to the incorporation of wards from Mpofana into the uMngeni Municipality. Picture: Gcina Ndwalane

Watch: SABC news anchor loses cool on EFF’s Ndlozi

EFF CLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY FOR VANDALISING PAUL KRUGER STATUE

EFF CLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY FOR VANDALISING PAUL KRUGER STATUE

Student teacher plans to hit the road to protest against racism

“When you are a child in a rural area, you are friends with everyone. Skin colour makes no difference. It is only when we get older that, for some odd reason, we start hating each other.”

Duncan Nyawo is preparing to take on the long road by foot to stand up against the killing of police officers and white farmers

Duncan Nyawo is preparing to take on the long road by foot to stand up against the killing of police officers and white farmers