Who is Stephen Koseff, the banker behind Cyril Ramaphosa?

By Phapano Phasha Some say he is the man partly responsible for Comrade Jackie Selebi’s death. Some say he is the asset management guru who controls black employee’s trillions at the Public Investment Corporation (PIC). The jewish banker is feared but also loved by many. Currently implicated in the Paradise Papers tax haven international scandal …

New black social networking site set to prevent censorship of black voices

By BO Staff Writer Very few vocal and progressive black people can say they have never been censored on social networking sites for speaking in favour of blackness. Also, very few black people globally can say that they have never experienced racism online – thus triggering emotions such as anger, humiliation or general annoyance. The …

President Jacob Zuma explains white monopoly capital and Western imperialist interference in Africa

By BO Staff Writer South African President, Jacob Zuma sat down with progressive 24 hour news channel, ANN7, to discuss his tenure and views on state matters. In the interview, Zuma said be doesn’t understand why people are still arguing about white monopoly capital, saying that it is a sad reality we cannot ignore. The …

Judgement in BLF application against KPMG and JMPD

By BO Staff Writer On 17 October 2017, the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court found that Mr Nkuna as the responsible officer concerned of the JMPD erred in denying permission to the BLF to march and picket on 12 October 2017 outside the Head Office of KPMG Services (Pty) Ltd from 9h00 to 17h00. Consequently, the Court …

BLF applauds the removal of Blade Nzimande

By BO Staff Writer The following article was previously published on 17 October 2017 on the BLF website and is reissued by BO. Black First Land First (BLF) congratulates the President of the country, Jacob Zuma, for removing one more agent of white monopoly capital and a mole of Johann Rupert inside the ruling party …

BREAKING NEWS: President Jacob Zuma releases higher education commission report

By BO Staff Writer President has finally released the long awaited report of the Commission of Inquiry into Higher Education and Training. Some of the recommendations includes the increase of government expenditure on higher education and training to at least 1% of the GDP, the existing NSFAS model be replaced by a new Income Contingency …

Blade Nzimande bitter over axing, fires back at Zuma

By BO Staff Writer Blade Nzimande has come out guns blazing against President Jacob Zuma, making wild claims about corruption and state capture. The fake communist was foaming at the mouth yesterday in a South African Communist Party (SACP) rally in Durban, where he said all the allegations in the book, The President’s Keepers, by …

Defend Radical Economic Transformation (RET) now!

By Andile Mngxitama Black people need a programme to unite them into a force that can use its numerical strengths to defeat the enemy. Radical Economic Transformation (RET) is the minimum programme which can unite black people towards total liberation. A minimum programme by definition provides for a sign post towards the maximum programme. For …

BLF in solidarity with Zuma, NDZ and Guptas

By BO Staff Writer The following article was previously published on 20 October 2017 on the BLF website and is reissued by BO. Black First Land First (BLF) is appalled by the reports that the United States and British imperialism have now decided to interfere directly in the affairs of South Africa. The reports that …