BLF condemns SAHPRAs delay tactics – legalise Ivermectin with immediate effect

The announcement by the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA) that it will permit the controlled compassionate use of Ivermectin in the treatment of Covid-19, is a ploy to distract the public from demanding the use of the drug by everyone infected with the virus, free from life threatening bureaucracy. SAHPRA‘s announcement suggests an …

“Where is Mr Y Judge Zondo?” – BLF

Black First Land First (BLF) is appalled by the systemic targeting of the party’s President, Andile Mngxitama, by the Zondo Commission. In the notice marked 8th January 2021 the Commission‘s secretary who is the former President of Azapo, Professor Itumeleng Mosala, notified President Mngxitama that a government spy named Mr Y was going to implicate …

Hamba Kahle Minister Jackson Mthembu – BLF

Black First Land First (BLF) sends its sincere condolences to the family and comrades of the late Minister Jackson Mthembu. BLF had many robust political engagements with Mr Mthembu. He was a man who was open about his political stance. This is admirable in the age of lies and misinformation. On our part we never …

The costs of the Cancel Culture

By Ayanda Tshazi Cancel culture is anti-black, counter-revolutionary and ONLY destructive. It helps no one. It only creates anti trust and exclusion. Everyone is cancel-able, which makes us all at risk of losing networks, friends, support systems and community because cancel culture makes us disposable. Who can you trust? How can we make mistakes, learn, …

Ivermectin cancels need for Gates’ vaccines

By Yerushka Chetty The first time I heard about Ivermectin I thought that the EFF will soon run with the campaign to promote it and score some political points before elections. Then common sense kicked in and I thought if Ivermectin really works it will cancel the need to impose Gates vaccines – and if …

Unban Ivermectin, make it affordable!

By Yerushka Chetty Before Ivermectin was banned in South Africa (SA) on the 22 December 2020, it cost R10. Today I hear you can pay anything from R350 to R800 for 1 tablet – you need 3 tablets to recover from Covid-19 even if you are in a critical condition. I’m sure there are many …