READ: BLF’s FULL submission to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance

By BO Staff Writer Today, the Black First Land First (BLF) movement submitted it’s contribution to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance. In it’s submission the movement highlighted its ideas on the transformation of the financial sector and how to it wishes to “end white monopoly capital to ensure economic liberation of all.” The session …

VIDEO+PICTURES: Chris Malikane stands firm: radical economic transformation is the only solution

By BO Staff Writer Radical economic transformation, in terms of changing the structure and ownership patterns of the land and economy, is the only solution to the question of vast inequality in the country, Professor Chris Malikane told a packed room of Black people at the Black First Land First (BLF) movement’s monthly Blacks In …

Blacks lost, Whites won in parliament!

By Andile Mngxitama Yesterday, black people in South Africa decisively lost and whites won hands down. Congratulations to the pro-white Democratic Alliance (DA) and the extreme right wing Freedom Front Plus (FF+). The irony of this situation is that the South African parliament is predominantly black. Historically, settler white monopoly capital in South Africa has …

Lets get the levels right, fight the enemy

By BO Staff Writer This is a post that appeared on the facebook timeline of Andile Mngxitama on 5 February 2017. The first step to liberation is knowing who the enemy is. Only then can you correctly identify the main/primary contradiction that needs to be resolved and upon which all secondary contradictions are based. If …

State capture, BRICS & ABSA 

By BO Staff Writer Notes on the lecture delivered by Andile Mngxitama on the above topic at a meeting hosted by the African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) at Zone 13 in Alexandra on 2 February 2017 State capture State capture took place via land theft by the white settlers who arrived in this country …

PICTURES: BLF’s #BlacksInDialogue in pictures

By BO Staff Writer the following pictures were taken from the Black First Land First’s (BLF) #BlacksInDialogue series. The event took place on the February 28 and the topic of discussion was ‘Why ABSA should pay back the stolen R3.2 billion.’ Panelists were BLF National Convenor, Andile Mngxitama, author & Former Director of the South …

Podcast: Black Analysis 2 – #BlacksInDialogue 3

By BO Staff Writer For the second instalment of Black Analysis, we bring you this recording of the Black First Land First’s (BLF) #BlacksInDialogue series. The event took place on the February 28 and the topic of discussion was ‘Why ABSA should pay back the stolen R3.2 billion.’ Panelists were BLF National Convenor, Andile Mngxitama, …

Betrayal – A tragic story of land return

By Andile Mngxitama  Gogo Nonkululeko died from sadness. We know this because she said so just before she passed on clutching her heart. One evening, days before she died, she had gathered her whole family and told them that she had not much time left now. She had been worried sick by the news from the desert. …