Fifteen injured in Joburg train accident

metrorailFifteen people were injured when a train travelling from Pretoria to Johannesburg derailed, Ekhurhuleni emergency services said on Friday.

“Two of the people have been seriously injured. The other 13 have minor injuries,” said spokesperson William Ntladi.

He said a … Read the rest

Complaint to the BBC – media release by PRAAG


At the beginning of the programme and also on the BBC’s website at John Simpson states: “Apartheid South Africa looked after white people and nobody else. Now some of its white communities … Read the rest

Launch Declaration: Coalition for a Free Palestine

Coalition for a Free Palestine Launch Declaration

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

PRAAG plans charging Woolworths with apartheid

PRAAG, the Pro-Afrikaans Action Group, has given Woolworths until midnight on 7 September 2012 to stop discrimination against Afrikaners, Afrikaans and the white race (see email underneath), otherwise the action group will lay a charge of apartheid against Woolworths.

Apartheid … Read the rest

PRAAG congratulates Parti Québecois

PRAAG has congratulated the Parti Québecois on its excellent electoral score during provincial elections in Canada. Reacting on Twitter, the leader of PRAAG, Dr. Dan Roodt, said: “I support Québecois separatism, could bolster case for an Afrikaner volkstaat. Félicitations au … Read the rest

PRAAG calls for boycott of ‘hate group’ Woolworths

The Pro-Afrikaans Action Group has called for a blanket boycott of chain store Woolworths, including the company’s Country Road brand. Woolworths recently made clear that it will not consider white job applicants.

Dr. Dan Roodt, leader of PRAAG, stated: “For … Read the rest

Letter to Commonwealth on anti-Afrikaner human rights violations

From: Dan Roodt <>
Date: 2012/6/22
Subject: Urgent: Human rights violations in South Africa

His Excellency Mr. Kamalesh Sharma
Commonwealth of Nations
Marlborough House, Pall Mall,
London SW1Y 5HX, UK

Dear Sir,

I wish … Read the rest

PRAAG supports Dutch-Afrikaner cooperation in struggle for street names

PRAAG supports the call by the Dutch Freedom Party for Dutch and Afrikaner people to stand together in defending their shared cultural heritage as embodied in Pretoria’s street names.

Queen Wilhelmina is remembered for her courageous support for the Boers … Read the rest

PRAAG calls for civil disobedience after passing of language bill

For more than two hundred years the Afrikaans language has been attacked and marginalised in South Africa, either by the British colonial authorities or by the ANC regime. During the days of National Party rule, English was allowed to retain … Read the rest

Afrikaner NGO’s file information request on whites murdered since 1994

Two Afrikaner NGO’s, PRAAG and the Boereleed Research Institute have filed a request under the Promotion of Access to Information Act of 2000 with the South African Police Service for murder statistics broken down by population group.

According to Dr. … Read the rest

PRAAG supports embassy occupation and calls for global Pro-Afrikaans Movement (PAM)

Koster protest
PRAAG protest against genocide in Koster, a small rural town in South Africa

PRAAG (the Pro-Afrikaans Action Group) based in Johannesburg supports the occupation of South African embassies in all Western countries on the tentative date of 15 March 2012. … Read the rest

PRAAG deeply concerned about SA press preedom


On the occasion of World Press Freedom Day being celebrated today, PRAAG has expressed its “deep concern about South African press freedom”. Speaking in Johannesburg, the leader of the … Read the rest

PRAAG welcomes UN investigation into Afrikaner genocide

After many letters and three overseas visits to bring violent attacks on Afrikaner farmers to the attention of the international community, PRAAG welcomes the imminent visit of a UN delegation to investigate the possibility of genocide in South Africa.

The … Read the rest