Media24 pays hefty fine for corruption and cartel conduct

By BO Staff Writer White-owned media companies have been nabbed for corruption, price-fixing and cartel conduct by the Competition Commission and are expected to pay hefty fines for the conduct. Naspers owned Media24 has admitted guilt and will pay a fine of close to R14 million for participating in price fixing and fixing of trading …

EFF is funded by Markus Jooste and other shady characters

By BO Staff Writer Julius Malema’s Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), is funded by the disgraced Steinhoff and that’s why it’s vocally opposing the Party Funding Bill which seeks to force political parties to declare their funders. Sources close to the EFF’s financial affairs allege the party received R7 million from the corrupt company. Former Steinhoff …

The Native Land Act 105 years later

By BO Staff Writer Today marks 105 years since the passing of the Native Land Act in 1913. The act, which is largely seen as a predecessor to apartheid separatist laws, allocated 93% of arable land to whites, whilst squeezing the black majority to 7% black reserves. The history of colonial land dispossession for the …

The Guptas win yet again!

By BO Staff Writer The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has failed to submit its appeal against the unfreezing of assets worth R250 million belonging to Gupta-linked businesses. Last month the Bloemfontein High Court ruled that the state must return the properties, cars and money of the Guptas which were frozen in a dramatic media fanfare. The …

Hands Off Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane

By Thabi Myeni In the age of STRATCOM public awareness, South Africans should now be privy to the reality of organised media campaigns against black leaders and the general anti-blackness of South African media. In this vein, we must realise that the media that attacked Mam’Winnie and demonized black leaders then, is the same media …

Mngxitama exposes Project 2019

By BO Staff Writer The #MngxitamaOnSundayLive show revealed details of the plans of white monopoly capital (WMC) for next year’s national government elections. The anchor of the show Andile Mngxitama, who is also the President of Black First Land First (BLF), told his viewers that “Project 2019” was designed in London by Robin Renwick. The …

ANALYSIS: Guptas 3 – 0 WMC

By BO Staff Writer The Gupta family is on a winning streak against white monopoly capital (WMC). As things stand, the score board shows that the Guptas have a solid three points lead ahead of white monopoly capital’s nought. Up to now, three High Court matters brought against the Guptas on instigation by white monopoly …

Why was Tom Moyane fired as SARS Commissioner?

By Nono Mxothwa I remember early last year, one of my mentors and I were looking at Kumba Iron Ore Limited (Kumba) eventually agreeing to pay the tax claim of R2.5 billion of the South African Revenue Service (SARS) and I thought to myself – it’s all very well exercising the doctrine of legitimate expectation …

Children’s Pledge

By BO Staff Writer The following pledge was first issued by the National Coordinating Committee of the September National Imbizo (SNI NCC) in April 2014 and subsequently published on the Black First Land First website. It is now reissued by Black Opinion: I pledge my loyalty to my People. I will develop myself to the …