UPDATE: 24 hours picket at Office of Public Protector & Press briefing today

By Zanele Lwana Black First Land First (BLF) has resumed it’s 24 hours picket at the Public Protector’s Office in Tshwane since Monday, 10 October 2016. Day one of the picket proceeded without major incident. The only matter that will be addressed today is the attitude of the private security company which is hostile and aggressive, unnecessarily. …

Black First Land First launches damning report on white corruption at 77 Bufferlake

By BO Writer Black First Land First (BLF) on Saturday, 8 October 2016, officially launched its “preliminary report on apartheid era corruption and other economic crimes” (BLF report on white corruption) at 77 Bufferlake in Mamelodi. 77 Bufferlake was an interesting choice of venue. It’s regarded by many as the headquarters of the movement. It’s …

BLF-SM presents: UMHLABA!NOW

August/September 2016 The BLACK FIRST LAND FIRST-STUDENT MOVEMENT (BLF-SM) dedicates this issue of UMHLABA!NOW to the legacies of STEVE BANTU BIKO who died on 12th September 1977 and the MARIKANA MINERS who died in August 2012. Drawing from, inter alia, these revolutionary legacies, BLF-SM is determined to achieve its strategic objective of realizing FREE BLACK …

BLF 24 hour picket continues at Public Protectors office

By Zanele Lwana Last Thursday, 6 October 2016, our movement Black First Land First (BLF) marched to the office of the Public Protector. The aim of the march was to deliver a memorandum to the Public Protector, Advocate Thuli Mandosela, which calls on her to essentially deal with white corruption and to stop being used as …

Black First Land First launches a report on white corruption today

Media invite Did you know? White capitalists stole more than R560 billion in South Africa in just a decade? Today (08 October 2016) Black First Land First (BLF) will launch a report on white corruption under the following details: Time: 13:00 Venue: Mamelodi (Tshwane) at 77 Bufferlake. For inquires and directions call Tshidiso Tsimong: 079 668 0351

Why Thuli Madonsela’s state capture report is biased, compromised and a weapon of regime change

By Andile Mngxitama This statement was delivered by Andile Mngxitama on 03 October 2016 during a Black First Land First (BLF) press conference at the Universal Hi-Lodge in Yeoville. This press conference is aimed at clarifying the position of our movement- Black First Land First (BLF) on the two important investigations undertaken by the Public Protector, Advocate …

UKZN Howard College #FeesMustFall – call to join mass student demonstration on 3 October 2016

By Thobani Zikalala “Each generation must out of relative obscurity discover its mission, fulfill it, or betray it. … When we revolt it’s not for a particular culture. We revolt simply because, for many reasons, we can no longer breathe” – Frantz Fanon In 2015, the greater student population of this country made the call …