Asians in USA are punished for having better test scores than blacks and Latinos

Sarah was at a college prep seminar when she was told she’d have to be better than everyone else.

Sarah was shown a prominent study that correlated race and SAT scores in college admissions, which found that Asian-Americans were at … Read the rest

South African business ‘schocked’ by new black ownership rules

Unless South African businesses hand over large chunks of equity to black shareholders, they will no longer be awarded so-called “BEE points” by government, which means that they could be forced out of business. According to the Johannesburg financial newspaper, … Read the rest

Texas Rep governor nominated two pro-affirmative action regents at UT

The two people nominated by Gov. Greg Abbott to join the Board of Regents of the University of Texas System support affirmative action.

On Thursday, Abbott nominated Sara Martinez Tucker of Laredo, head of an education nonprofit and a former … Read the rest

Zuma reiterates that Eskom’s problems are the fault of whites and ‘apartheid’

President Jacob Zuma used the ANC’s January 8 birthday rally to absolve his government from responsibility of the energy crises gripping the country, according to reports from the ANC shindig in Cape Town.

Zuma told over 50 000 of ANC … Read the rest

Black Management Forum very happy with ConCourt’s anti-white ruling

South Africa’s Black Management Forum has expressed its satisfaction with the Constitutional Court ruling that excluding whites from promotion is enshrined in the affirmative-action clauses of the country’s constitution. This came after an appeal by the Police Service against an … Read the rest

South Africa’s Black Management Forum has expressed its satisfaction with the Constitutional Court ruling that excluding whites from promotion is enshrined in the affirmative-action clauses of the country’s constitution. This came after an appeal by the Police Service against an … Read the rest

Little America at the tip of Africa

ILANA MERCER: There’s an elephant in the courtroom in which Oscar Pistorius is being tried for the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. It is the unidirectional, black-on-black and black-on-white violent crime in South Africa. The fear of being butchered

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ILANA MERCER: There’s an elephant in the courtroom in which Oscar Pistorius is being tried for the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. It is the unidirectional, black-on-black and black-on-white violent crime in South Africa. The fear of being butchered

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Telkom targets whites

Telkom headquarters in Pretoria, as seen from Church Square Photo: Wikipedia
Telkom headquarters in Pretoria, as seen from Church Square Photo: Wikipedia

Telkom plans to target white, male employees when making job cuts that may affect more than 2,600 managers at South Africa’s largest fixed-line phone company, according to labor unions.… Read the rest

SAIRR: Rising expectations lead to more violent uprisings

opstandRising expectations and youth unemployment have been identified as some of the sources of violent protests which have increased dramatically in the country in recent months.

The South African Institute of Race Relations, SAIRR’s programme manager and researcher, Georgina Alexander, … Read the rest

End of the road for affirmative action on US campuses?

Abigail Fisher outside the Supreme Court
Abigail Fisher outside the Supreme Court

After more than 60 years, is the end of the road near for affirmative action in college admissions?

The idea of using race to help determine who gets a seat in public colleges has … Read the rest

SA Police to defend anti-white policy in Constitutional Court

Renate Barnard... too white for promotion
Renate Barnard… too white for promotion

The South African Police Service (SAPS) now wants to refer the Renate Barnard affirmative action case to the Constitutional Court. Yesterday, court papers were served on Solidarity which is representing Barnard. Solidarity will oppose … Read the rest

Letter from Zimbabwe: Generations yet to be born

Cathy Buckle

by Cathy Buckle

Christmas has arrived with a bombshell to Zimbabwe this year. A seven page photocopied form has flooded what’s left of privately owned, legally operating businesses. It’s called the ‘Notification of Extent of Indigenisation and Indigenisation Implementation Plan.’ … Read the rest

Race matters: DA

DA parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko
DA parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko

Race remains a legitimate measure of disadvantage in South Africa, the DA said on Sunday.

“A non-racial society is a goal — it doesn’t exist today,” Democratic Alliance parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko told journalists, speaking … Read the rest

‘Embrace new affirmative action bill’: Black Management Forum

affirmativeactionThe Black Management Forum urged the private sector on Friday to embrace the Employment Equity Amendment Bill.

“The BMF applauds the passing of the EE Amendment Bill in Parliament and encourages corporate South Africa to embrace the amendments,” the organisation … Read the rest

Racism ‘everywhere’

Racism

by Dan Roodt

With violence and anti-white racism rising in South Africa, Afrikaners need international support to survive. Our unique testimony of how a Western nation is being dominated by non-Westerners may just save the whole of our civilization!

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