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 …

Is the NPA captured?

By Andile Mngxitama The dramatic withdrawal of the fraud charges against Minister Pravin Gordhan has raised serious questions about the independence of the National Prosecution Authority (NPA). The State Prosecutor, Shaun Abrahams, had, just a few weeks ago, told the nation that Gordhan has a case to answer. The avalanche of responses to pressurize the …

NPA wrong to charge Malema 

By Zanele Lwana and Lindsay Maasdorp Black First Land First  (BLF) notes with concern the wrongful charges preferred against the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Julius Malema, by the NPA. Malema has never led a land occupation. He only speaks about it around election time to get the landless to vote for him. …

Pravin Gordhan must have his day in court

The media has gone into over drive trying to mount a campaign preventing the Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, from having his day in court. Gordhan is accused of serious transgressions of the law when he was Commissioner of the South African Revenue Services (SARS). The allegations are that under his watch, a “Rogue Unit” was …