Floyd runs away from land panel with Mngxitama

By BO Staff Writer Deputy president of the ‘Reds of London’ did a sneaky “slyza tsotsi” on a long scheduled panel discussion on land expropriation without compensation happening at the University of South Africa (Unisa) today. Floyd Shivambu, who is the second in command to Julius Malema in the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), was scheduled …

Why was Tom Moyane pushed?

By BO Staff Writer Tom Moyane is being punished by the Stellenbosch mafia to protect Pravin Gordhan. Basically Gordhan, as the former head of the South African Revenue Services (SARS), had set up an illegal unit to spy on targeted individuals and other government arms such as the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA). The unit, which …

BLF takes SANEF matter to Appeals Court

The following article was previously published on 30 October 2017 on the BLF website and is reissued by BO. Today the same and racist and hostile Judge which presided over the BLF/SANEF case denied Black First Land First (BLF) the right to appeal. BLF will take the SANEF matter to Appeals Court. BLF regards this …

BLF wins application to march against KPMG

By BO Staff Writer Today judgement was handed down on the Black First Land First’s (BLF) application for the Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) to unban their return planned march to KPMG. The follow-up march was banned earlier this month when member of the Johannesburg Metro police department (JMPD), Inspector Nkuna, refused to grant BLF …

Coleman Andrews R200m handshake scrutinized at SCOPA

By BO Staff Writer The board chair of the South African Airways (SAA), Dudu Myeni, answered questions at the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA) today relating to SAA’s evergreen contracts, the leasing of aeroplanes, the hiring of consultants and Coleman Andrews’ role in bankrupting SAA. SCOPA did not take too kindly to the news …

Looking Beyond Pravin Gordhan

By Andile Mngxitama All indications are that the Minister of Finance, Mr Pravin Gordhan, shall be recalled within days. It’s no longer a matter of if, but a matter of when. This presents the nation and those who seek a move from the colonial structure of the economy into a more pro-black economic dispensation, with …