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
When a gunman armed with an AK-47 attempted to attack a packed passenger train in a terror attack in France, Chris Norman, 62 – who grew up in South Africa – thought he was going to die.
But he was … Read the rest
South Africa has the highest number of dollar millionaires on the African continent and this number is set to rise in coming years, according to Old Mutual’s New World Wealth Africa Report for 2015 released on Wednesday.
The report predicted … Read the rest
A black mother has been arrested after her toddler was found abandoned in Glenanda, Johannesburg, Gauteng police said on Sunday.
“The mother has been arrested. The child is still in a place of safety,” Warrant Officer Lorraine van Emmerik said.… Read the rest
The Johannesburg Lion Park is situated on the outskirts of the City of Gold, just a few kilometres from luxury gated residential estates and luxurious shopping centres. Yet so close to this refined environment, an American woman was dragged to … Read the rest
What is the real reason you were suddenly suspended from UKIP?
I was suspended from UKIP simply because I refused to toe the party line when it came to discussing the genocide of the Western European people and minority South … Read the rest
An announcement from President Robert Mugabe’s government that it will soon start collecting land rentals from new black farmers to help compensate white farmers whose land was taken from them could be “very good”, the director of the Commercial Farmers’ … Read the rest
In this interview conducted with Jack Sen, the suspended UKIP candidate for West Lancashire, he speaks freely of his opposition to third-world immigration to Britain, the disastrous effects of cultural Marxism on the West and his sympathy for white or … Read the rest
According to an Australian newspaper, the South African cricket team was forced to include an injured Coloured (mixed-race) player in their line-up for the Cricket World Cup in order to adhere to the government’s racial quotas for sports. This may … Read the rest
In the world of economics, one policymaker towers above all others. The head of America’s central bank, Janet Yellen, presides over a $17 trillion economy. The empire of her nearest competitor, Mario Draghi, amounts to a relatively puny $10 trillion. … Read the rest
After a week of student protest, UCT vice-chancellor Max Price has given up on the statue of colonial war criminal and génocidaire Cecil John Rhodes. Price says it should be moved from its “pride of place, at the focal point … Read the rest
The new Expropriation Bill of 2015 was recently released by the minister of public works, Thulas Nxesi, and is due to be enacted into law this year. The 2015 Bill is just as unconstitutional as its predecessors of 2008 and … Read the rest
The University of Cape Town’s College of Accounting, concerned by high drop-out rates, has developed English, Xhosa, and Zulu videos to teach financial and accounting concepts to second-language black students.
Adding up numbers, it seems, is much easier in your … Read the rest