ANC candidate charged with murder of DA councillor

One of the ANC’s councillor candidates in Daniëlskuil in the Northern Cape, Zoniselo Magawu, has been arrested and charged with murder.

Magawu was arrested on Friday by the Hawks after the murder of Johannes Baaitjies and the attempted murder of … Read the rest

Letter: Our votes mean nothing

I agree with some people on Facebook that we must organise countrywide tax santions and strikes. We have asked for the idea to be fine-tuned, then we would help to coordinate and spread the word. Too many people are waiting Read the rest

‘DA not a white party’: Mmusi Maimane

Over the weekend the leader of the Democratic Alliance, Mmusi Maimane, vehemently denied that his was a “white party” and pledged to apply affirmative action, land reform and other antiwhite measures if it got into power.

“The ANC’s message that … Read the rest

DA MP faces disciplinary charges over PW Botha post

Dianne Kohler-Barnard has apologised for a Facebook post she shared, which has sparked angry reaction on social media.

The post related to the controversy around the suspension of KwaZulu-Natal Hawks Boss Johan Booysen, but then went onto praise apartheid leader … Read the rest

DA struggles to keep anti-white sentiments down

The DA has effectively outlawed the use of all racial terminology, in particular the “B-word” (boer) and the “H-word” (hotnot), both derogatory words used to describe whites and coloureds, respectively, saying they are just as bad as the “K-word” in … Read the rest

ANC language investigated after threat in parliament

The DA will file affidavits alleging “bad language” after an MP was physically threatened by Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Mzwandile Masina.

During the presidency budget vote on Tuesday Steenhuisen said Masina had mouthed: “I will f*&k … Read the rest

Anti-white Zille says Verwoerd was evil and clever

It seems that outgoing Democratic Alliance (DA) leader, Hellen Zille will be a puppet-master to the newly-elected black party leader, Mmusi Maimane, since he is indebted to her for her support.

Maimane was elected the new party leader at the … Read the rest

DA gets black leader

Musi Maimane has been elected as the new Democratic Alliance (DA) leader at the 2015 DA Federal Congress held at the Boardwalk Convention Centre in Port Elizabeth on Sunday, as PRAAG predicted.

The DA needs a black leader for black … Read the rest

DA battle about racial identity

Political Analyst Ebrahim Fakir says sixth Democratic Alliance (DA) Federal Congress is going to be a battle for the identity and leadership of the party.

The DA is all set to hold its sixth federal congress this weekend in Port … Read the rest

Maimane’s wife stands firm amid DA sex scandal rumours

The wife of DA parliamentary leader, Mmusi Maimane has taken to social media to support her husband amid rumours of a sex scandal within the party.

In a tweet from her account, she called her husband “the real deal”.

An … Read the rest

DA, EFF start up the black election bandwagon

A mock leadership battle has begun in the DA following Zille’s announcement that she will not be available for re-election at the party’s elective congress on May 9.

The official opposition will elect a new leadership in Port Elizabeth next … Read the rest

DA wants to scrap Afrikaner school names in Western Cape

The Democratic Alliance wants to change the names of schools named after Afrikaner public figures in the past in the province it is currently ruling, the Western Cape. According to IOL, “This announcement was made by Education MEC Debbie Schäfer … Read the rest

DA members arrested by riot police

DA spokesperson Marius Redelinghuys and Cape metro chairman Shaun August were arrested by riot police on Thursday ahead of the eighth state-of-the-nation address, the party said.

“These are people who wanted make their voices heard about the electricity crisis facing … Read the rest

High tea leads to mayhem in parliament

The MSM had been buzzing about their latest pompous American acronym, SONA, for weeks, but it seems that parliamentarians under the influence of High Tea, celebrated a rather classless opening of the once august institution.

Proceedings got off to … Read the rest