SAHRC cites verbal ‘attacks’ to advance black English

The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) said because black English has not yet been fully established, South African universities remain largely “untransformed”.

On Thursday the Commission launched a virulent anti-white tirade against universities who dare to admit white students. … Read the rest

Chained patients found in Limpopo church raid

Chained-up patients were removed from a church-run mental health and drug rehabilitation centre in Moletjie Mabokelele, Limpopo, following a raid, The Star reported on Thursday.

The Church of Christ Assemblies was raided by the SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC), police … Read the rest

Blacks impose English on coloured children of N. Cape

languageMr. Zolile Prusente is the curriculum specialist with the regional education department in Upington. Recently, he sent a complaint to the South African Human Rights Commission regarding a problematic shift in language policy in the past year.

He alleges that … Read the rest

How should we respond to calls for white genocide?


by Dan Roodt

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This week on Twitter a former UKZN student representative council member, Sfiso “Mabhiza” Mbatha, tweeted: “We gonna kill every white cockcroach that breath(es) SA’s air”, while adding, … Read the rest

Calls for white genocide on Twitter, Facebook

The South African Human Rights Commission is concerned about the increase in racist posts on social networking sites such as Faceook and Twitter.

A social media law consultant, Emma Sadleir, has also warned that a racist tweeter or facebooker could … Read the rest

Malema does not mind ‘monkey business’

Expelled ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema is “OK” with a picture of him under one of a monkey in a Bloemfontein school classroom, the Sowetan newspaper reported on Thursday.

“They can do that with me, displaying me next to … Read the rest

‘Racism’, a religious concept?

by Dan Roodt

Since the ANC takeover in South Africa, this country has become race-obsessed. Not only do we have a huge number of laws that favour blacks over whites, but not a day goes by without someone being publicly … Read the rest