Category Archives: History

They march to unite our Nation

Mr Duncan Nyawo and his three companions started their journey to the Union Buildings to raise awareness of the killings of white farmers and police officers yesterday. They have already reached Belfast.

Future Prospects for South African Youths

SA’s youth a time bomb:  Here are some interesting statistics regarding the youth, their numbers and their unemployment which may interest some readers. The article is not really about race – it’s actually about numbers of the youth – but thanks to Stats SA who do still base their reports on race this is the way it comes out.

Malema: 10 reasons to vote EFF – has he delivered?

Here they are – the 10 reasons to vote EFF

EFF leader Julius Malema toasts his supporters during the party's launch on Sunday (October 13 2013). Picture: Felix Dlangamandla/Foto24

EFF leader Julius Malema toasts his supporters during the party’s launch on Sunday (October 13 2013). Picture: Felix Dlangamandla/Foto24Here are 10 of the reasons which he gave for why he should rule South Africa:

War memorial statue in Uitenhage ‘necklaced’

Port Elizabeth – A war memorial statue in Uitenhage’s Market Square was set alight on Thursday afternoon, Eastern Cape police said.

Via Twitter

Via Twitter

Warrant Officer Bazil Seekooi said three members of the community had placed a tyre over the statue and set it alight around 12:30.

No Afrikaans, but Yes to Chinese in South Africa!

When it comes to languages, South Africa – the land of 11 official languages – truly is in shift. As the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) News channel said it would be axing Afrikaans and several other-language bulletins from its 24-hour news service, the government announced that Mandarin has been approved as an optional subject at schools.

Afrikaans is one of the official languages of South Africa. It is a West Germanic language spoken in South Africa, Namibia, and to a lesser extent, Botswana and Zimbabwe. It is an offshoot of several Dutch dialects spoken by the mainly Dutch settlers of what is now South Africa, where it gradually began to develop independently in the course of the 18th century.

Afrikaans is one of the official languages of South Africa. It is a West Germanic language spoken in South Africa, Namibia, and to a lesser extent, Botswana and Zimbabwe. It is an offshoot of several Dutch dialects spoken by the mainly Dutch settlers of what is now South Africa, where it gradually began to develop independently in the course of the 18th century

Leaked – Homeland Financials (year ending 31 March 1977)

Between 1962 and 1972 the UN paid out $298 Million USD to underdeveloped countries.

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In that same period South Africa spent $558 Million USD on the development of the traditional tribal homelands for Self Rule.

The communist ANC deliberately destroyed any chances these 10 Tribes had for Sovereign Independence.

South Africa’s 11 deadliest serial killers murdered 205 people

Here’s a look at the deadliest serial killers who stalked and murdered South Africans by the dozen

1. Moses Sithole also known as the “ABC Killer” or “The South African Strangler” (38 murders) 1994-1995.

Moses Sithole carried out killings in Atteridgeville, Boksburg and Cleveland between 1994 to 1995.

Murder in the new South Africa

MURDERS From 1994 – 2014  (ANC RULE) = 653 893 (all races)

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Murders from 1948 – 1994 (APARTHEID RULE) = 21 000 (black only) these figures excludes all the white people that died in bombings during the “struggle” as no formal statistic is available. 

(see bombing record below)

Quintin Diederichs Writes an Open Letter to BBC’s Pumza Fihlani to Set Bad Reporting Straight.

10988909_10155165335240214_354355820534272411_nDear Pumza,

I’m writing this letter in English even though I know that you speak fluent Afrikaans, unlike many who will read this letter, including your employers at the BBC.

The truth about the History of South Africa 1652 – present

The White Settlement of Southern Africa 1652 – 1850

The establishment of White settlements in what later became South Africa and Rhodesia were different from those outposts established elsewhere in Africa during the colonial period, because it was only in Southern Africa that White numbers ever reached a large enough total for them to establish large scale settlements which seriously affected the balance of power.