Category Archives: Freedom of Speech

Rising above Our Bias – by Jabulani Zwane

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This is one of the first articles I will be writing on race relations in South Africa, with the view to contribute towards how we can build a United South Africa flourishing in the richness of our diversity. Contribution and comments are welcome.
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Jabulani Zwane

THIS WEEK’S GUEST: JACK SEN – Say the wrong word… you’re politically dead… or, worse. Don’t miss this riveting interview!

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We pull no punches in this hour long interview with Jack Sen, Activist, and the consequences of what happened to Jack Sen have direct implications for what can happen to you if you decide to stand up to Global Communists.

Intellectual elitists, each more equal than you, populate media, beaurocracies, massive corporations seeking to flatten competition and governments.

Nkandla: the edge of a threshold

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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

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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.

Tutu blasts government for humiliating SA

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Archbishop emeritus Desmond Tutu on Saturday blasted the South African government for humiliating the country by allowing the president to get away with spending R246m of taxpayers’ money on home improvement work.

(Picture: AFP)

(Picture: AFP)

THE 3 CAPABLE MEN WHO COULD MANAGE ESKOM

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Siphiwo Ntshuntshe

A few weeks friends of mine from Durban convinced me to join them for drinks in Kloof, and what became a nice evening was interrupted by Eskom’s load shedding. Of course, by that time we had already had enough liquor in our systems to carry on with the aid of candle lights – such is the life in Cape Town. The mega utility’s management and sole shareholder representative, the South African government, are the ones to blame for the failures that peaked in 2008, and again in 2014 through to this year.

Xenophobia: Multiculturalism FAILS in South Africa! Finally the Rainbow Nation is exposed as a lie. Wake Up!

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Finally the Rainbow Nation is exposed for the Marxist Communist, mass marketing propaganda lie that it is.

Marchers against xenophobia run from tear gas in Dr Pixley Kaseme (West) Street in Durban. Picture: Doctor Ngcobo

Marchers against xenophobia run from tear gas in Dr Pixley Kaseme (West) Street in Durban. Picture: Doctor Ngcobo

Will South Africans continue naively denying what Europe has now realised? (In a recent poll 95% of British admitted multiculturalism was a failure).

Jacob Zuma: Be afraid, be VERY afraid

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Shielded from accountability, deploying acolytes and benefiting himself, the president has become untouchable

Jacob Zuma’s presidency has taken on a particular flavour. Exposés of capricious political interference in important arms of the state such as the prosecuting authority, the police and the intelligence services have become commonplace: there is little shock factor left in the abuses of power and process committed by his friends in his name; and there is no parallel with any other SA president in the extent to which he has personally benefited from holding office.

Zuma’s son: Govt must stop unnecessarily accommodating foreign nationals

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The South African government needs to stop running away from dealing with xenophobia, and it must also stop unnecessarily accommodating foreign nationals, said PresidentJacob Zuma’s son on Tuesday.

Edward Zuma (Photo: City Press, Khaya Ngwenya)

Edward Zuma
(Photo: City Press, Khaya Ngwenya)

Edward Zuma, who recently expressed his anti-foreigner sentiments, told News24 that he may be the president’s son but his opinions were independent to those of the president.

Murders of South African whites hidden by fraudulent “natural death” certificates

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According to newspaper reports recently unearthed by several rights groups in South Africa, murders of South African whites are being disguised by issuing death certificates showing that they had died of “natural causes”. At least three such cases have come to light.