Former Democratic National Committee Interim Chairwoman Donna Brazile suggested that the U.S. follow South Africa’s example on reparations.
Under President Thabo Mbeki in 2003, the South African government announced it would “pay reparations totaling $85 million to more than 19,000 victims of apartheid crimes who testified about their suffering before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission,” according to the New York Times.
Outrage Over Pic of S African Man Wearing Alleged ‘Kill White People’ T-Shirt
Allegations that one of the anti-racism protesters wore a t-shirt with the hate-inducing slogan, prompted by a photo circulating online, have been cast aside as some claimed it was a misunderstanding. The screen-shot of the broadcast by SABC featuring a participant in the anti-racism rally in Cape Town outraged many as the man seemed to be wearing a t-shirt saying “Kill all white people”.
Malema warns that White people must not be allowed to leave SA, else they will poison the land.
The controversial leader of the Economic Freedom Fighter EFF Julius Malema has warned that White South Africans must not be allowed to leave the country, otherwise they will poison the land and render it unproductive.
White South Africans could be forced to give up their own homes from next year as the nation’s government steamrolls through plans for land expropriation over claims ‘Africa’s original sin’ must be reversed.
Land is a huge issue in South Africa where racial inequality remains entrenched more than two decades after the end of apartheid when millions of the black majority were dispossessed of their land by a white minority.
The National Assembly agreed to the establishment of a committee that will draft an amendment to section 25 of the Constitution – a law which will allow the government to take homes from the people – and refuse to pay them compensation.
As many in the nation see the move as retribution for the ‘original sin’ when decades ago black people were driven off their land, it is believed white farmers will be driven from their homes immediately.
MPs in South Africa have adopted a report on a proposed change to the constitution, which would allow land to be seized from white owners without compensation. An attempt to stop it in court failed last week.
On Tuesday, South African parliament approved a report which recommends changing the national constitution to allow the state to take privately-owned land without compensation as long as it is justified by public interest. Redistribution of land, supporters believe, would be beneficial to the South African public.
Beneficial to the public. Right. No wonder Justin loves Cyril.
Durban – About 80 to 100 South Africans who have been at Islamic State camps abroad have returned home.
This is according to Na’eem Jeenah, director of the Afro-Middle East Centre (Amec), a think tank which focuses on research across North Africa and the Middle East on security and terrorism.
The centre hosted a seminar on Wednesday in Sydenham, Durban, on South Africa’s connection to Isis.
“We have had a number of returnees, about 80 to a 100, especially families. They are almost definitely under surveillance. Upon their return, they were interviewed by the State Security Agency (SSA) before being released and the government has been involved in ensuring their proper repatriation,” said Jeenah.
The South African Parliament may soon adopt a law forbidding South Africans from obtaining firearm licences for the purpose of self-defence. A flat out gun ban. If a leaked draft copy of the Firearms Control Amendment Bill is to be considered the final intention of the ruling ANC government.
There is an insidious racism with which the West treats black African Marxist leaders. They are not held accountable to the same standards that whites are.
The interrogation to which U.S. Judge Brett Kavanaugh was submitted last week had the assiduity worthy of a war crimes tribunal. At the same time, South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa lied to the United Nations–with jejune consequence.