It is interesting that Jan Smuts has not been vilified to the same extent as other Afrikaner leaders of the twentieth century, even though his ideas on “native policy” did not differ substantially from theirs. That was probably because he … Read the rest
A chief of the Pondo people wrote to Russian Emperor in November 1886. The chief asks Alexander III to protect his people from British occupation. The letter is addressed «To the Czar St Petersburg, Russia, Esihlonyane Pondoland, … Read the rest
FINAL POLICY PROPOSALS ON “STRENGTHENING THE RELATIVE RIGHTS OF PEOPLE WORKING THE LAND”
STRENGTHENING RELATIVE RIGHTS OF PEOPLE WORKING THE LAND.
Policy Proposals: Final Draft. 21 February, 2014.
The broad context for all rural development and land … Read the rest
BETWEEN THE FREEDOM FRONT, THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS AND THE SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENT/NATIONAL party taking note of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, Act 200 of 1993 as amended; and taking note of the unsigned Memorandum of Agreement … Read the rest
Speech by Dr HF Verwoerd, Prime Minister of the Republic of South Africa, on the Occasion of the First Quinquennial Celebration of the Republic of South Africa at Monument Hill, Pretoria, on May 31, 1966
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The following are extracts from a speech by the then British foreign secretary, Robin Cook, to the Social Market Foundation in London during April 2001 in which he defines Britain as a multicultural country, with chicken tikka masala … Read the rest
We naturally turn to the past for templates of the future, but history has a way of remaining remarkably unpredictable. Indeed, all the … Read the rest
I am the First Accused.
I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts and practised as … Read the rest
President H. Patrick Swygert, President of Howard University; Mr. Frank Savage, Chairperson, Alliance Capital; Dr Joseph Harris, Committee Chairperson.
Ladies and Gentlemen.
It … Read the rest
The historic launch of the Coalition for a Free Palestine (CfP) which took place Friday 28th September was a resounding success. Political parties, trade unions, faith based organisations, student movements and human … Read the rest
In this book, the Norwegians explain how they undermined the legitimate government of a sovereign state, South Africa, supporting the most radical Marxist movements, which has led to all the problems experienced in South Africa and Zimbabwe today.