WMC amnesia: BLF laid 22 charges against de Klerk, Cradock Four murders included

Cradock Four By BO Staff Writer Following FW de Klerk’s recent denial that apartheid was a crime against humanity the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) is apparently now looking into a request to charge him for his involvement in the numerous murders of anti-apartheid leaders and other activists. To this end Yasmin Sooka (the former Truth …

Malema and Ramaphosa SONA deal?

Julius Malema congratulated on his party’s election performance by Cyril Ramaphosa. Picture credit: @EFFSouthAfrica/Twitter By The Black Eye It has now transpired that the African National Congress (ANC) members of parliament were instructed to leave the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) to disrupt the State of the Nation Address (SONA). Sources say that strict instructions were …

Sars Rogue Unit case: criminal charges conveniently withdrawn

Former South African Revenue Services Rogue Unit officials Ivan Pillay (second left), Andries Janse van Rensburg (middle) and Johann van Loggerenberg (right). Image credit: Zelda Venter/Pretoria News. By BO Staff Writer Dropping of charges The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) announced on Friday that it will be withdrawing charges against the erstwhile South African Revenue Service …

Arrest and prosecute FW de Klerk

Former South African President FW de Klerk. Photo credit: Polity Black First Land First (BLF) calls on the National Prosecution Authority (NPA) and the Hawks to arrest and prosecute FW de Klerk. On May 8, 2017 BLF laid 22 criminal charges against FW de Klerk regarding cases of mass murders relating to several massacres. FW …

NPA to charge On Point Engineering with tender fraud

Photo credit: Siphiwe Mhlambi By BO Staff Writer The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has made a decision to charge On Point Engineering and its three directors – Lesiba Gwangwa, Kagiso Dichabe and Thomas Rasetlhaba – with tender fraud in that they had made misrepresentations to the Limpopo Department of Transport. Gwangwa will further be charged …

The Guptas win yet again!

By BO Staff Writer The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has failed to submit its appeal against the unfreezing of assets worth R250 million belonging to Gupta-linked businesses. Last month the Bloemfontein High Court ruled that the state must return the properties, cars and money of the Guptas which were frozen in a dramatic media fanfare. The …

Gerrie Nel joining Afriforum shows how deep state capture has gone

By BO Staff Writer The resignation of prosecutor, Gerrie Nel to join the anti-black racist Afriforum, vindicates the black members of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) who have been fighting against the capture of the NPA by the Democratic Alliance (DA), extreme racists and the London controlled regime change opposition parties. It must be remembered …