Health officials from the City of Cape Town and Western Cape Government are trying to gain entry into the Central Methodist Church in the CBD where foreign nationals are being accommodated following reports of an outbreak of chicken pox.
At the time of year that most people in South Africa break away for a holiday, (the lucky ones that is), or relax at home, it has unfortunately become necessary to burst a few bubbles and challenge the mainstream narrative. South Africa is teetering on the brink and staring into the abyss as it stumbles into oblivion in the new year and a new decade. Just how bad it will be will become clear soon enough. Let those with ears listen…
South Africa is two days into 2020 and the first school burns. The Tokelo High School in the Vaal Triangle lost four classrooms due to arson. Panyaza Lesufi, the MEC of Education in Gauteng, is disappointed with the R4 million damage done.
The ANC’s MP, Bernice Swarts, is accused of being involved in a scam involving R600,000.
The ANC has apparently launched an investigation into the alleged scams where businessmen were under the impression that the money would be used for the ANC’s election campaign.
Little information about Swarts is known, but the latest investigation into the R500,000 needed to go to Ramaphosa’s CR17 electoral fund has apparently become a total search.
Now there seems to be confusion, because the Public Protector also investigated R500,000 that was apparently donated by Watson’s Bosasa, but which was paid in but explained to Parliament by Ramaphosa so deceptively that several political opponents described it as a lie finished.
Swarts reportedly received R16 million from an account linked to the election campaign to get support from the Eastern Transvaal, and also received R500,000 from Tuwani Mulaudzi, who apparently disappeared Continue reading…
In Paris, in front of the SA embassy, there are members of the LDNA (Ligue de défense noire africaine) calling on blacks in South Africa to kill whites, Chinese and Indians rather than their “black brothers”. Members of the organization or black bystanders clap hands.
This black policeman in Welkom, Free State, South Africa, refuses to serve a white Afrikaans member of the public because he speaks Afrikaans, an official language of the Republic of South Africa, which ludicrously has 11 official languages, making it institutionally genocidal…
Rural safety is falling short in the Free State as well as in the rest of the country. Farmers are being hunted and that creates a situation that is unbearable for farmers and their workers.
A farmer from Oranjeville in the Free State, who was attacked early on Monday morning, is the latest victim in the war that is being waged against our country’s farmers by merciless criminals. The attackers, who fled with the farmer’s Isuzu bakkie, were injured and one was killed when the vehicle overturned.
Rural safety must be a priority for the government. It is not enough to take action after an attack as then it is usually too late. Proper preventative measures must be implemented to stop or thwart such attacks.