Four black dismissed FNB employees to meet BLF

By BO Staff Writer The black consciousness movement, Black First Land First (BLF), says it will meet with four young black men who were dismissed by the bank, FNB, for expressing their political views and calling out racism at the company. The bank monitored business e-mails and WhatsApp group conversations of Siphesihle Jele, Simon Masimula, …

Daily Maverick refuses to debate with BLF

By BO Staff Writer Black Opinion is reissuing the following article which was previously published on the BLF website on 03 August 2017: Daily Maverick’s The Gathering event, sponsored by Nandos in Cape Town instructed security to prevent the President of Black First Land First (BLF) Andile Mngxitama from entering the event. Mngxitama was told …

Non apology of City Press rejected by BLF

By BO Staff Writer Black Opinion is reissuing the following article which was previously published on the BLF website on 10 August 2017: Black First Land First (BLF) has seen the so called apology published by the City Press after losing the appeal for writing fake news about a BLF event. City Press has lied …

BLF supports Mama Grace Mugabe

By BO Staff Writer Black Opinion is reissuing the following article which was previously published on the BLF website on 16 August 2017: We are black, therefore we understand how black mothers act to protect and defend their families. We were raised by black mothers who protect us against harm and often our mothers have …

BLF denounces Afriforum’s interference in black matters

By BO Staff Writer Black Opinion is reissuing the following article which was previously published on the BLF website on 17 August 2017: Black First Land First (BLF) has warned that the incident involving Mama Grace Mugabe is going to be highjacked by land thieves, colonialists and extreme racists. Today we learnt from the media …

BLF applauds Oakbay’s pledge to support Fees Must Fall process

By BO Staff Writer Black Opinion is reissuing the following article which was previously published on the BLF website earlier this morning: It’s now common cause that the former Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan, has lost his court application against Oakbay Investments (Pty) Ltd (Oakbay) which is a holding company of the Gupta owned businesses …