Beware of white praise Adv Mkhwebane

By Andile Mngxitama The title of this short report is more appropriately expounded by the theme “white praise: how do good blacks go rogue?”. We have watched, over the years, good black people becoming anti-black and praised servants of white power. Many blacks can’t withstand white torture, which in turn firstly deflates their morale and …

Johann Rupert is Thuli Madonsela’s Blesser

By BO Staff Writer  The man known as the “Stellenbosch Mafia” and the second wealthiest man in South Africa, Johann Rupert has thanked Advocate Thuli Mandonsela with a cushy job at the University of Stellenbosch. Johann Rupert together with eight others are being investigated by the HAWKS for corruption related to state capture claims. According …

Pravin Gordhan calls on Johann Rupert to rescue him

By BO Staff Writer The embattled Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan, is said to have called out to Johann Rupert to come to his aid. Gordhan is facing multiple challenges, in the main possible criminal prosecutions for 2 counts of fraud allegedly committed on 18 October 2010 and 1 April 2014 respectively. The HAWKS are set …

Letter to Gordhan from Jeff Koorbanally

By Jeff Koorbanally Dear Hon Pravin Gordhan Herewith, is my final bomb! I wish to drop on you, as the most dubious Finance Minister with conflict of interest. Let it be known to the public of this country that: May 2011, your “Spiderweb Handler” Maria Ramos (ABSA/Barclays CEO) was in a total panic after I …

5th anniversary of the assassination of Muammar Al Gaddafi

By Tebogo Brown Today marks the 5th anniversary of the assassination of Brother Leader Muammar Al Gaddafi. Muammar Gaddafi was tortured and extrajudicially murdered in October 2011. NATO cleared the way for so-called rebels to lynch and assassinate Gaddafi. All these things were done through the blessings of the United Nations (UN). Gaddafi will forever …

Meet President Duterte, our new friend from the Philippines

By Andre Vltchek Rodrigo Duterte, the outspoken President of the Philippines has by now, most likely, joined the concealed, prestigious and permanent hit list of the Empire. The hit list is very long; it has already been long for several decades. One could easily lose count and get confused: how many personalities have been marked …

Mngxitama’s Seven Questions to Pravin Gordhan

By Andile Mngxitama The court application by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan last Friday night raises many questions. The application is a desperate bid to divert attention from the fact that he is facing fraud charges and must consequently vacate his position as minister of finance. Some of the questions to be asked are the following: …