Five debt management tips for smart financial freedom

Many South Africans are faced with the lingering burden of debt. Hence, they are ever on the lookout for ways to alleviate the financial pressure in their lives. While most have taken advantage of debt leniency as a result of … Read the rest

Stanford hires 15 academics to study race and ethnicity

In recent years, as the American nation has grappled with its increasing racial diversity and divisions, so Stanford has created 15 new faculty positions – for emerging and established scholars – to help advance the complex study of race and … Read the rest

Dan Roodt: South African ‘democracy’ increasingly intolerant of dissent

It is interesting that even in politically correct university circles doubts are surfacing about the nature of South African democracy. In the Business Day of 3 June 2016, Professor Anthony Butler of the University of Cape Town published a column … Read the rest

Herman Griessel: White settlers never stole any land from Africans

Black Africans never owned any land. Any form of formal ownership is a Western concept. You cannot take something from somebody who never had it. In fact, what is it that white people, specifically white men, are supposed to … Read the rest

‘Rape culture’ in black South African schools

The current witch-hunt against “racist” Judge Mabel Jansen – presumably conducted to protect EFF leader Julius Malema from being sent to prison for tax fraud – has highlighted the rape culture of South African blacks.

The department of basic education … Read the rest

Ilana Mercer: The curious case of WND’s vanishing, veteran paleolibertarian

The reader should know that I cringe as I write this first-person account.

Why the disclaimer?

Opinion differs about how often to use the first person pronoun in various genres of writing. Certainly its overuse in opinion writing is a … Read the rest

Labour Court rules in favour of white victim of racial quota system

Employers will have to be on their guard not to discriminate unfairly against white workers following a ruling by the Labour Court against the Tshwane municipality.

The court found affirmative action not based on employment equity plans or staffing policies … Read the rest

South Africa’s brutal reality: Swedish journalist reports

Reporters from the Swedish weekly newspaper Nya Tider (New Times) travelled to South Africa to investigate whether the “Rainbow Nation” is the success story that Swedish establishment media sometimes say it is – as far as they are at all
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Blacks riot and loot along Beyers Naudé Drive, Johannesburg

In a fitting tribute to the radical cleric in favour of whom the road’s name was changed, blacks are rioting and looting along Beyers Naudé Drive in Johannesburg. A riot these days in South Africa is called a “service delivery … Read the rest

White family massacred in Randfontein, South Africa

A family of four, including a 9-year-old child, was brutally murdered between Wednesday 9 and Thursday, 10 March on a Randfontein farm in Rodora, Doornfontein, reports the Randfontein Herald, a local newspaper.

According to Captain Appel Ernst, Randfontein Police … Read the rest

South African blacks attack foreign nationals, Malawian set alight

Foreign nationals were attacked in separate incidents on Johannesburg’s East Rand at the weekend, South African Police said.

On Saturday, in Tsepong in De Dear, three men shot an Ethiopian national inside a shop.

“The suspects got into their vehicle … Read the rest

30 years after Olof Palme’s assassination, he is still hated in Sweden and in South Africa

Last night it was exactly 30 years ago that the controversial leftist Swedish prime minister, Olof Palme, had been assassinated. Palme was returning from the cinema in Stockholm on 28 February 1986 when he was shot in the back, dying … Read the rest