London gags Julius Malema

By BO Staff Writer Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader, Julius Malema, surprised many this afternoon when he abandoned his response to the State of the Nation Address (SONA) speech with five minutes left on his allocated time. Sources have indicated to Black Opinion that Malema was instructed by his London handler, Lord Robin Renwick, to …

Cyril Ramaphosa postpones Mining Charter after meeting with pro-capital Chamber of Mines

By BO Staff Writer Recently sworn-in president, Cyril Ramaphosa, is already hard at work in reversing the gains of former President Jacob Zuma’s radical policy implementations, including the revised Mining Charter. In a bid to appease his white friends in the mining sector (Ramaphosa is famous for his business interests in mining, specifically at Lonmin …

Women are not safe with Cyril Ramaphosa

By BO Staff Writer Rape is a serious matter which must never be taken lightly nor used in opportunistic political battles. The Deputy President and one of the frontrunners in the ANC presidential race, Cyril Ramaphosa, now says he believes Fezekile Kuzwayo – also known as Khwezi, was raped by President Jacob Zuma. Khwezi is …

It’s a NDZ victory!

By BO Staff Writer The numbers are on the side of Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma (NDZ) to take the African National Congress (ANC) elective conference next month. Black Opinion (BO) has learned from sources close to the process that nominations are overwhelmingly on the side of NDZ. These numbers reflect the status qou currently with …