Mngxitama was right

By Sandisele Zitha Our memories can fail us sometimes. Sometimes hatred can cloud our judgement. On 6 August 2016, shortly after the Local Governement Elections (LGE), BLF National Convener, Andile Mngxitama, wrote an open letter to EFF leader, Julius Malema, pleading with him not to vote or go into coalition with the DA. At the …

ANCYL, MKMVA & BLF take action against Johann Rupert

By BO Staff Writer Today, political formations which support radical economic transformation took part in a march to Johann Rupert’s company, Remgro, in Stellenbosch, as a stern warning against him and his anti-radical economic transformation utterances. The group were also marching against Rupert’s key role in maintaining white monopoly capitalism. Rupert is the richest man …

Rupert TV (eNCA) embroiled in racism and labour law scandal

By BO Staff Writer Twenty-four hour news channel, eNCA, is yet again embroiled in a scandal regarding the treatment of its newsroom staff. According to reports, the station which is partly owned by South Africa’s richest man, Johann Rupert, could be flouting labour laws by employing freelance news anchors with no contracts. This is illegal …

It was a bad week for White Monopoly Capital

By Andile Mngxitama Things ain’t looking good for the Johann Rupert and Robin Renwick faction in South Africa right now. This week was one of the worst weeks for White Monopoly Capital (WMC) and its agents. The troubles of WMC started with the falling apart Democratic Alliance/Economic Freedom Fighters (DAEFF) coalition in the metros and …

Has the Brazil moment arrived in SA?

By BO Staff Writer Imperialism has successfully removed the democratically elected president of Brazil through a parliamentary coup not so long ago. Brazil is a member of BRICS and had been under the Partido dos Trabalhadores, PT (Workers Party) for a while. White monopoly capital got tired of the Brazilian government serving the poor and …

British American Tobacco faces probe for bribing African officials to influence legislation

Featured Image: CEO of British American Tobacco, Nicandro Durante. By Gaspard Sebag The regime change plotter and one of the richest South Africans, Johann Rupert has a company involved in a fraud scandal again. Earlier this year, Rupert’s Unilever was found guilty of collusion by the Competition Commission. Now, British American Tobacco, where Rupert owns a …