Johann Rupert vs NDZ: Rupert changes tactic, don’t be fooled!

Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma. Image: uncensored By Andile Mngxitama Don’t let Johann Rupert dribble you. He is winning! On 6 May 2020 I did a live broadcast on Facebook during which I examined the question “Johan Rupert withdraws court application against NDZ, is it a victory?” I explained that Stellenbosch, which is white monopoly capital …

SA coronavirus epidemic: there’s no national lockdown here

By Andile Mngxitama What the government, in cahoots with white monopoly capital (WMC), has done is calculated to instigate a national panic to make profits. Maximum infections have been deliberately allowed to take hold since President Ramaphosa announced a “national lockdown” on Monday of 21 days to begin at midnight on 26 March. The announcement …

National shutdown: SA’s R13.85 billion response to COVID-19 pandemic

By Andile Mngxitama Do you know that the South African government’s R13.85 billion package to deal with the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic is: i. just 7.5% of the wealth of Johann Rupert who is worth R103.4-billion? ii. just 7.4% of the wealth of Nicky Oppenheimer who is worth R102.98-billion? iii. less than the …

Coronavirus SA shutdown: enemy won major propaganda battle last night

By Andile Mngxitama The Oppenheimers/Ruperts, through their agent Cyril Ramaphosa, have won a major propaganda battle (not the war) via the coronavirus pandemic. The R2 billion donation made by these families ostensibly towards easing the impact of the pandemic on the people, (as announced by Ramaphosa last night) is a huge victory for white monopoly …

Coronavirus: SA National shutdown about WMC making profits

BY Andile Mngxitama Just a reminder, the wealth of the Ruperts and Oppenheimers hovers around R100 billion for each family. More specifically Johann Rupert is worth R103.4-billion and Nicky Oppenheimer, R102.98-billion In the last financial year, being the year after removing Jacob Zuma as President, Rupert made R11 billion and the Oppenheimers made R6 billion …