Mpumalanga rejects Cyril Ramaphosa

By BO Staff Writer As the African National Congress (ANC) December elective conference draws nearer, lines are being drawn more clearly between the radical economic transformation and white monopoly capital supporting factions within the organisation. More recently, the Mpumalanga province has come out to denounce the white monopoly capital supporting Cyril Ramaphosa faction, now known …

ANCYL, MKMVA & BLF take action against Johann Rupert

By BO Staff Writer Today, political formations which support radical economic transformation took part in a march to Johann Rupert’s company, Remgro, in Stellenbosch, as a stern warning against him and his anti-radical economic transformation utterances. The group were also marching against Rupert’s key role in maintaining white monopoly capitalism. Rupert is the richest man …

BLF’s ultimatum to KPMG

By BO Staff Writer Yesterday, Black First Land First (BLF) marched to the office of the disgraced audit firm, KPMG, to demand, among other things, that all audits and investigations by KPMG to be reviewed and it immediately withdraws its report upon which the 783 charges against President Jacob Zuma were formulated. Read the movement’s …

White monopoly capital resorts to violence to silence its opponents

By BO Staff Writer The political situation in South Africa has been forced into two opposing camps – a pro-white monopoly capital camp and the pro-radical economic transformation camp. These camps have two polar opposite ideologies, with the pro-white monopoly capital faction supporting neo-liberal, pro-market capital policies and maintaining the economy in the hands of …

Coleman Andrews R200m handshake scrutinized at SCOPA

By BO Staff Writer The board chair of the South African Airways (SAA), Dudu Myeni, answered questions at the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA) today relating to SAA’s evergreen contracts, the leasing of aeroplanes, the hiring of consultants and Coleman Andrews’ role in bankrupting SAA. SCOPA did not take too kindly to the news …

Daily Maverick refuses to debate with BLF

By BO Staff Writer Black Opinion is reissuing the following article which was previously published on the BLF website on 03 August 2017: Daily Maverick’s The Gathering event, sponsored by Nandos in Cape Town instructed security to prevent the President of Black First Land First (BLF) Andile Mngxitama from entering the event. Mngxitama was told …