Black Agenda on Work and the Minimum Wage

By BO Staff Writer Yesterday, the Deputy President, main negotiator in the sellout CODESA negotiations and the leader of the National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) advisory panel on a national minimum wage, Cyril Ramaphosa, announced a proposal for the national minimum wage to be R3 500 a month and R20 an hour. While …

Stellenbosch Mafia king, Johann Rupert, exposes relationship with Malema

By BO Staff Writer One third of the richest trio in South Africa, Johann Rupert (the other two are Nicky Oppenheimer and Christo Weise respectively), was awarded a Sunday Times Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his contribution to the country’s economy, yesterday. Yes, you heard right! The man who, together with his family, amassed …

BLF says no coup against Zuma!

Media Statement: It has transpired that a handful of politicians and businessmen in the pocket of white monopoly capital, under the leadership of Johann Rupert, have resolved to stage a coup. This is not surprising at all. Black First Land First (BLF) has been warning the nation about the anti-BRICS regime change scheme. There are …

Thuli Madonsela lied!

By Andile Mngxitama Black Opinion shall continue to break down the so-called state capture report of the former Public Protector, Advocate Thuli Madonsela. Today we focus on the number of complaints of state capture lodged with the office of the Public Protector and why Advocate Madonsela lied about the exact number of complaints in her …

Marching in defence of white capital

Media Statement Black First Land First (BLF) denounces today’s march as a protest in defence of settler monopoly white capital. Earlier in the year Johann Rupert had called for the removal of President Jacob Zuma. Rupert’s treasonous call was endorsed by the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Julius Malema. To this end Malema …

BLF to meet VBS Mutual Bank today

Media Statement: Black First Land First (BLF) National Coordinating Committee (NCC) has endorsed the proposal to open a bank account with the Venda Building Society (VBS) for the organization. Furthermore; the NCC tasked the leadership of BLF to meet with the bank so as to explore other mutually beneficial partnerships. The meeting between BLF and …

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 …

AmaBhungane the bull dogs of white capital

By BO Staff Writer For far too long, the apartheid spy-infested so-called amaBhungane have escaped critical scrutiny. The outfit has presented itself as a legitimate investigative journalism group and the public has accepted it as such. But who are the amaBhungane? Who funds them and why are some of their most “experienced” members known apartheid …

Beware of white praise Adv Mkhwebane

By Andile Mngxitama The title of this short report is more appropriately expounded by the theme “white praise: how do good blacks go rogue?”. We have watched, over the years, good black people becoming anti-black and praised servants of white power. Many blacks can’t withstand white torture, which in turn firstly deflates their morale and …