Evo Morales: Lithium Was the Reason for the Coup in Bolivia

Former Bolivian President Evo Morales spoke about his government’s project to industrialize the nation’s lithium reserves during a press conference in Uyuni. Morales underlined that this initiative was suspended during the 11 months of the de facto government of Jeanine Áñez; nevertheless, he has indicated that newly elected president, Luis Arce, will now take it …

Bpeople refuse to learn from history

By Andile Mngxitama Long long time ago… The Bpeople lived peaceful in their land. Then came the snakes in three ships – dromedaris, reiger and goede hoop. The BPeople were shocked when the snakes arrived riven with scurvy and kwashiokor. The kind Bpeople gave the snakes fresh produce and pieces of land to plant for …

Stellenbosch is at war!

By Andile Mngxitama Stellenbosch is not involved in silly games. It bought a President for R1 billion. Now it’s making sure its power is not challenged. It owns the ANC and therefore the state. Stellenbosch doesn’t want to kill the ANC. It just needs to make sure that the ANC is under its control completely. …

Arce promises to rebuild Bolivia after assuming the Presidency

In his first speech as president, Arce criticized the management of the de facto government, which destroyed Bolivia’s economy. The new president of Bolivia also promised to rebuild the South American country, after the de facto government during a year of administration destroyed the economy and its democracy. “In one year, all the conquests of …