How to register a company on your own

By Banele Rewo It is often thought that opening and registering a company is a laborious, time consuming and expensive exercise. Banele Rewo tells us otherwise. He explains the simple process of registering a company. This is done so that all people, even those historically excluded from this process, can infiltrate the business market. 1. …

The Marikana Massacre five years on

By BO Staff Writer Today marks five years since 34 black mine workers were murdered for fighting for a R12 500 living wage. The miners had been on strike against their British employer, Lonmin platinum mine. Loosing profits and generally agitated by these defiant black men and women, the firm broke down the strike by …

Banks to face R60 billion class action suit

By Prinesha Naidoo This article was originally published on the Moneyweb website. South Africa’s largest banks stand to face a R60 billion claim related to their conduct in attaching and selling the homes of defaulting debtors at prices below market value. Advocate Douglas Shaw filed an application on Wednesday for direct access at the Constitutional …

Who is misleading who?

By Botsang Moiloa Julius Malema gets misled to remove Mbeki from power. He also gets misled to remove Zuma from power. This time gona o bone masepa struu. How can a smart person like Juju boy always get misled and later apologise? He has apologized about his previous utterances about Mandela. He has apologised to …

Has the Brazil moment arrived in SA?

By BO Staff Writer Imperialism has successfully removed the democratically elected president of Brazil through a parliamentary coup not so long ago. Brazil is a member of BRICS and had been under the Partido dos Trabalhadores, PT (Workers Party) for a while. White monopoly capital got tired of the Brazilian government serving the poor and …

Will Msholozi and Mngxitama fall tomorrow?

By Andile Mngxitama It has come to this. White Monopoly Capital (WMC) has choreographed the end of its most irksome adversaries to a tee. Tomorrow, President Jacob Zuma is facing a parliamentary conspiracy sponsored by WMC. The story has not been told but it makes for depressing reading. WMC has openly offered money to President …

BLF fearless in the face of WMC terrorism

By Ncamisile Sibiya Black First Land First (BLF) has been resolute and fearless in the face of terrorism perpetrated against them by agents of white monopoly capital (WMC). This terrorism was again being enacted by journalists on Radio 702 this morning (2 August 2017), where black journalists Eusebius McKaiser, Ferial Haffajee, Vuyo Mvoko and Sam …