“World’s Poorest President”Explains Why We Should Kick Rich People Out Of Politics” by Roque Planas which was previously published in “Waking Times” on August 19, 2015.

BO is reissuing the article: “World’s Poorest President” Explains Why We Should Kick Rich People Out Of Politics” by Roque Planas which was previously published in  “Waking Times” on August 19, 2015. http://www.wakingtimes.com/2015/08/19/worlds-poorest-president-explains-why-we-should-kick-rich-people-out-of-politics/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=PostShare&utm_campaign=CLN

Without Land There Is No Freedom!

On this 22nd anniversary of the installation of a “new democratic South Africa”, BLF re-issues it’s “Revolutionary Call” and invites all BLACK PEOPLE who want freedom to its launch conference on 14 May 2016, in Soweto.  “Black First! – Land First!  A revolutionary Call “For a colonized people the most essential value, because it’s the …

Black First Land First (BLF) Sends Revolutionary Solidarity To The People Of Brazil And The Workers Party

by National Convenor of Black First Land First, Andile MNGXITAMA date: 17 April 2016 Brothers and Sisters from the Workers Party (PT). We write from South Africa, a country just like yours, which has known the horrors of colonialism, imperialist racist dictatorship and an unending neo-liberal assault on the black majority. We watched with great …

“State Capture” Deception Wake Up!

by Lerato Lephatsa date: 10 April 2016 Recently the country that is South Africa has found itself immersed in what the mainstream media calls “state capture” by a wealthy family called the Guptas, through it’s purported relationship with President Jacob Zuma. It has been alleged that they have huge influence in Cabinet appointments which is …

Gupta Who?

By BO Staff Writer Don’t you love how the notion of black people making money from government or with the assistance of government is almost criminalized and the black recipients of government businesses are called “BEE fat cats”? It has been automatically programmed in the minds of people that being black “economically empowered” is suggestive …