Why the terms of reference of the Commission of Inquiry into the PIC must be extended to investigate Ramaphosa & Manuel

By Phapano Phasha Between 1996 and 2005 Trevor Manual, in his capacity as Finance Minister, was the sole trustee and custodian of the Government Employee Pension Fund (GEPF) which at the time of inception had assets close to R200 billion. As a sole trustee of GEPF, Mr Trevor Manual did not report or account to …

Phapano Phasha is not a member of BLF

By BO Staff Writer The following statement was previously published on the Black First Land First website and is now reissued by Black Opinion: It has come to the attention of our movement that Comrade Phapano Phasha has been hounded by mischievous elements inside and outside her political home, the African National Congress (ANC). Black …

Whites still control SA

By Phapano Phasha Hendrik Verwoerd was assassinated in 1966. Whilst Prime Minister in 1962, he was quoted in Parliament as saying, “Mr Oppenheimer with all that monetary power and with his powerful machine which is spread all over the whole country he can, if he so chooses, exercise an enormous influence against the government and …

How Cyril Ramaphosa stole from Sam Molope

By Phapano Phasha The story of Sam Molope remains one of the most barbaric stories of post-1994 Black Empowerment deals gone wrong, where a school dropout from Garankuwa became a self made millionaire. He was the first Black man to own a bakery in 1978, if not one of the first Black multi-millionaires who had …