Politics

The Spy Tapes

THE much talked-about spy tapes returned to centre stage in former President Jacob Zuma’s application for stay of prosecution case…

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Dr Cheik Anta Diop’s Quotes

Dr Cheikh Anta Diop – One of Africa’s foremost anthropologists, historian, linguist, scientist and Egyptologist, wrote that humanity was born…

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Rwanda Twenty-Five Years On

“Until the lion tells his side of the story, the tale of the hunt will always glorify the hunter.” Rwanda commemorates the…

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A Conversation With Salvador Allende – 1973

Since South America has come under scrutiny of late, more specifically Venezuela with the civil unrest currently going, I was…

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Aspects of the International Class Struggle in Africa, the Caribbean and America

Written in 1974 for the sixth Pan-African congress, this essay analyses the class struggle in Africa and its relation to…

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COUNTDOWN To #SAElections2019: The Land Question

The African People’s Convention led by Themba Godi say: “This land belongs to the African people and through colonisation, we…

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COUNTDOWN To #SAElections2019: The Land Question

WE are sixty (60 days) away from South Africa’s national and provincial elections which will be held on 8 May…

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COUNTDOWN To #SAElections2019: The Land Question

WE are sixty (60 days) away from South Africa’s national and provincial elections which will be held on 8 May…

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We Remember Cheikh Anta Diop, The Pharaoh of Knowledge, Died 7 February 1986

Cheikh Anta Diop  On the 7th of February, 1986, Africa lost one of her illustrious sons, Cheikh Anta Diop. On the…

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SONA 2019: Privatisation, Empty Job Promises & Disruptions

PRESIDENT Cyril Ramaphosa is said to announce at tonight’s State of the Nations Address (SONA) that Eskom, will be broken…

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Venezuela: The U.S.’s 68th Regime Change Disaster

In his masterpiece, Killing Hope: U.S. Military and C.I.A. Interventions Since World War II, William Blum, who died in December 2018,…

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Call For Apology To Victims & For Appointment Of A Commission Of Inquiry To Investigate The Suppression Of The TRC Cases

Dear Mr. President, CALL FOR APOLOGY TO VICTIMS & FOR APPOINTMENT OF A COMMISSION OF INQUIRY TO INVESTIGATE THE SUPPRESSION…

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Which Way Will The DRC Final Election Results Go?

IN the week that peace loving people around the world remembered the brutal assassination of Patrice Lumumba by Belgium and…

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Where Did DRC’s Runner-Up Martin Fayulu Get His Miraculous Votes?

FORMER oil tycoon and runner-up in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) December 2018 elections, Martin Fayulu, now contesting the…

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“A Devastating Loss But A Day Of Absolute Certainty of Ultimate Victory” 

The African People’s Convention of Azania (APC) mourns with sadness and shock the passing of our Secretary General Paseka Moshoadiba…

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We Remember John Tengo Jabavu – Born 11 January 1859

A pioneer of African journalism and founder of the first black owned newspaper Imvo Zabantsundu, John Tengo Jabavu was born…

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DEAR MAMA: THE EVOLUTION OF AFENI SHAKUR

Afeni Shakur, was the impactful force behind the passion and revolutionary lyrics behind Tupac – the man considered by many…

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Who Is The IMF?

In any discussion of economics these days the International Monetary Fund, or IMF, is likely to be mentioned. This often…

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Why MK Members Attend Zuma’s Court Appearances in MK Combat Uniform

After former President Jacob Zuma’s recent appearance in the Pietermaritzburg High Court, last Friday (30 November 2018), where MKMVA members,…

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Gordhan Is Not Above The Law

PUBLIC ENTERPRISES Minister Pravin Gordhan is scheduled to meet Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane today, 14 November 2018 and like everything…

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KPMG Lied for Big Tobacco in Australia

By Pinky Khoabane AUDITORS are rarely independent from the clients they scrutinise. IN October 2013, auditing firm KPMG published a…

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Rivonia Trialists Charged With Sabotage on 9 October 1963

On this day in 1963, the Rivonia trialists were charged with sabotage and attempting to violently overthrow the South African government. This…

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Science Being Subverted To Cause Disease

Special Investigation into Project Coast INTRODUCTION 1. The Commission’s hearings into South Africa’s Chemical and Biological Warfare programme (the CBW…

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The ANCYL Must Not Be The Lethal Injection That Kills The ANC

We are fortunate that we have lived at a time and seen with our very own eyes how the politics…

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How Expropriation Of Land Without Compensation Will Work – Cyril Ramaphosa

It is nearly 25 years since SA became a democracy, yet the promise of that historic achievement has not yet…

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ISABEL DOS SANTOS: THE FALL OF AFRICA’S RICHEST WOMAN

Just think for a minute. In a two-year span, a father gave his daughter, among several contracts, four that were…

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“The Freedom Charter Is Not A Revolutionary Document, It Is Not An Anti-colonialist Document, And It Is A Useless Document”

A REJOINDER TO THE FREEDOM CHARTER IS NOT A DOCUMENT OF THE COMMUNISTS BUT THE CONGRESS OF THE PEOPLE The…

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A Rejoinder To Dr Mahlatsi’s Forms And Methods Of Struggle For Liberation

Dr Lehlohonolo Kennedy Mahlatsi’s response to my submission, “Black Consciousness and the Quest for a true Humanity and American Policy…

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The Freedom Charter Is NOT A Document Of Communists But The Congress Of The People

This article is Part 11 of the “Forms And Methods Of The Struggle For Liberation: Critique To The Ideological Trend…

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We Remember Tsietsi Mashinini – Murdered on 5 July 1990

On 5 July 1990, Teboho “Tsietsi” Mashinini died under strange circumstances in Conakry, Guinea. Mashinini was hospitalised with multiple injuries, apparently sustained…

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Remembering, Learning and Loving What Pan-African Activist Walter Rodney Did for Black People

Walter Anthony Rodney was an intellectual, a

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We Remember Marcus Garvey, “The Negro Moses” – Died June 10, 1940

Garvey’s Death: Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The New York Public Library.…

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The State & Revolution Part 11

In the ongoing debate on State Capture, sparked here by Greg Mashaba’s article http://uncensoredopinion.co.za/the-state-capture-debate-limitations-of-current-applications-and-definitions/ and a critique of the article by Themba…

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Speech by HRH Zenani Dlamini At Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s Funeral

Ladies and gentleman, family, friends and all those who’ve travelled from near and afar to be at my mother’s funeral,…

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Judge Nicholson Defends Controversial Zuma Judgment

By Carmel Rickard via Legalbrief Judge Nicholson Unless gifted with an exceptional memory you may have only sketchy recall of…

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VAT Increase Hits Poor The Hardest. Cosatu Knows It, Will It Embark on Anti-VAT Campaign of 1991?

By Pinky Khoabane IT doesn’t matter which way you want to look at yesterday’s budget speech, it simply does nothing…

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State Of Capture Commission – Like Others Before It – A Waste Of Time & Money

By Political Ignoramus COMMANDERS of SA’s Death Squads. Left: Dirk Coetzee and right Eugene de Kock nicknamed Prime Evil. The…

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Will The Terms Of Reference Into State Capture Satisfy Everyone?

By Pinky Khoabane Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo WITH the terms of reference into state capture now in the open,…

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THE THABO MBEKI FOUNDATION PAYS HOMAGE TO JAZZ LEGEND HUGH MASEKELA

It is with a profound sense of shock and disbelief that the Patron of the Thabo Mbeki Foundation, its Board…

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Ramaphosa Needs Grit To Midwife ANC Rebirth

Like Reverend Zaccheus Richard Mahabane, 80 years before him, the new ANC leader faces upheaval as he tries to steer…

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Tony Leon’s Company Secured R680,000 From DA-Run City & Changed Legislation To Benefit Client: Height Of State Capture

By Pinky Khoabane Tony Leon LANGUAGE is an incredibly powerful tool that can be used for good and evil, to denigrate and…

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H&M Advert: Blacks In The Era of “New Slaves” – Commodification Of The Black Body

By Pinky Khoabane Liam Mango, who was featured in an H&M advert that has sparked global outrage. Musician The Weekend…

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ANGUISH LONGER THAN SORROW – Poem by Keorapetse Kgositsile

Comrade Professor Keorapetse Kgositsile, affectionately known as Bra Willie, died last week after undergoing surgery for circulatory problems. He was…

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The Great Knysna Fire Continues To Burn As The DA’s disaster So Why Won’t Media Link Them To It?

By Mike Hampton A second major investigative report spits on the Knysna Municipality’s version of events that us residents, from…

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ANC PAYS TRIBUTE TO WRITER, ACTIVIST AND NATIONAL POET LAUREATE KEORAPETSE KGOSITSILE

The African National Congress (ANC) lowers its revolutionary banner in mourning on the passing of the internationally renowned writer, activist…

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The Poem Of Pastor Martin Niemoller And The Acquiesence Of The South African Body Politic In The Erosion Of Our Democratic Constitutional Dispensation

By Greg Alexander Mashaba In between joining family to celebrate Christmas and the ushering in of a new year, I…

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ANC Has Billionaire President, Will His Friends Deliver on Land & Free Education?

The African National Congress (ANC) turned 105 years old this year and used the occasion of the January 8 Statement…

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Bank Repossessions of Homes & Cars & Their Auctions At Way Below Market Value Must Be Probed

By Pinky Khoabane Nedbank sold Solomon Nhlapho (Left) for R100. These malpractices, Standing Committee On Finance, recommended, should be probed. …

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Open Letter To Corruption Watch CEO David Lewis: There Was A Time You Wanted To Get To The Bottom Of Allegations Of Corruption Of Courts..

David Lewis of Corruption Watch (left) Johann Kriegler of Freedom Under Law (centre), Johann Rupert Billionaire bought a farm in…

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STATEMENT ON STRATEGY AND TACTICS DISCUSSIONS TOWARDS THE 54TH NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Arts & Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa is the chairperson of the SubCommittee on Political Education The draft Strategy and Tactics…

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Why the Documentary Must Not Be Allowed to Die

By John Pilger I first understood the power of the documentary during the editing of my first film, The Quiet…

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Ultra-Leftism And Petty-Bourgeoisie (Two Sides Of The Same Coin): A Critical Look At The Eff-Da Axis

By Dr Lehlohonolo Kennedy Mahlatsi Graphic: BlackOpinion.  The recent developments in municipalities where the alliance between the EFF and DA…

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African Queen Series: Queen Amanirenas of The Meroitic Kingdom Of Kush Led Kushite Armies Against Romans

Amanirenas (also spelt Amanirena) was the queen of the Meroitic Kingdom of Kush in northeast Africa. Her full name and title was…

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CNN Crusades Against Slave Trade in Libya, But TheyKnew All Along….

  EDDIE CONWAY Welcome to The Real News. I’m Eddie Conway coming to you from Baltimore. Recently, I have been…

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The San Were NOT The Original or First People In South Africa

By Brian Ebden  

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Plethora of ANCvANC Cases An Indictment On Secretary General’s Office

By Pinky Khoabane ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe THE plethora of cases in the courts, with one faction of the African…

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ANC Presidential Race Numbers – Every Candidate Is A Winner

By Pinky Khoabane Presidential Hopefuls Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma & Cyril Ramaphosa THEY say numbers dont lie, but boy oh boy, have…

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Belated Open Letter To Mosiuoa Lekota On The Land Issue

By Brian Ebden Mosiuoa Lekota A BELATED OPEN LETTER TO MOSIUOA LEKOTA WITH REFERENCE TO YOUR TELEPHONIC DISUSSION ON THE…

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Can South African Government Hold It’s Mining Houses To Account & Pay

By Pinky Khoabane Miner’s lung with silicosis & tuberculosis WITH the vast shares held by some members of the ANC…

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Companies Which Propped-Up Apartheid & Complicity of ANC “Revolutionaries” In Apartheid Amnesia

By Pinky Khoabane FW De Klerk – Last President of Apartheid SA FROM using former revolutionaries of the liberation struggle…

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If You’re Filthy Rich, Are The Oppenheimers, You Can Do Anything – Even Capture A Country’s Borders

By Pinky Khoabane The Oppenheimers are South Africa’s wealthiest family having made their ill-gotten money off the blood of Africans…

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Umkhonto We Sizwe & ANCWL Condemn Sunday Times’ “Fake News” & Say “Hands-Off NDZ”

The Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) and the ANC Women’s League (ANCWL) issued scathing statements in response to…

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Why March For 71 Farmers Only In a Country Where 19000 People Are Killed Annually

By Pinky Khoabane Farmers protesting against farm killings. Some were holding the old SA flags & Burning the SA Flag…

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Thabo Mbeki: Wena Omlomo Ontshuntshu Ofanele Ukusuza

By Greg Alexander Mashaba Back in the mid 1980s, one of my favourite videos of ANC leaders was that of…

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Mbeki On Oliver Tambo’s Centenary Birthday

From Left To Right: Alfred Nzo, Oliver Tambo & Thabo Mbeki LECTURE BY THE PATRON OF THE TMF, THABO MBEKI…

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DA Fails In Bid To Have Parly Inquiry Into Mkhwebane’s Fitness To Hold Office

The Office of the ANC Chief Whip applauds the decision by Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services that…

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Smear Campaigns Will Haunt ANC Come 2019

By Pinky Khoabane There’s a seriously damaging smear campaign waged by both leading contenders in the lead-up to the ANC…

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It’s Winner Takes All In ANC Branches & If All Fails, Destroy The Branch

By Pinky Khoabane Chairs fly at a provincial elective conference IN a crowded ANC Regional Office on the day membership…

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We Need Whites & A United Front To Fight Poverty, Inequality, Unemployment & Other Socio-Economic Ills

By Kobedi, one of our avid readers sent us this piece….He argues that Blacks can learn much from the universal…

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West eyes recolonization of Africa by endless war; removing Gaddafi was just first step

By Dan Glazebrook – a freelance political writer who has written for RT, Counterpunch, Z magazine, the Morning Star, the…

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Dlamini Zuma Responds To Alleged Investigation Into Exposure To Gupta Family

Media statement 20 October 2017 Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma responds to alleged investigation into exposure to Gupta Family Dr. Dlamini…

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Parly’s Select Committee on Social Services Concerned About Home Affair’s Minister’s Silence – She’s Now Reshuffled

Professor Hlengiwe Mkhize – Out of Home Affairs now at Higher Learning PARLIAMENT’S Select Committee on Social Services issued a…

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Will Hlengiwe Mkhize Address #FeesMustFall With Urgency It Deserves?

Blade Nzimande – OUT The #FeesMustFall movement has been very low key this year with rumours that protests could start…

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OPEN LETTER: DA’s Black Stooges, While At SAA Go Via Ekurhuleni & Remind Your Councillor Who Accepted “Bribe” from FNB, You Dont Tolerate Corruption

By Pinky Khoabane DA Marchers: Mmusi Maimane & Black Members Dear Mmusi Maimaine and Phumzile Van Damme It with much…

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Who is Behind Regime Change? “Revolution Business” NGO Supported by Wall Street and US Intelligence

Serbia’s Srdja Popovic This incisive article first published by Nation of Change and Global Research in February 2014 is of…

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Victory For Motale in Labour Appeals Court

By Pinky Khoabane Steve Motale STEVE Motale’s declaration that he was unfairly dismissed by The Citizen was confirmed, once again, by the…

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Another Parly Manoeuvring to Stop Justice and Transformation

Sibusiso Nyembe SC says the DA’s request for the institution of removal proceedings against  Public Protector Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane is one of…

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Radical Economic Transformation Vs Retention Of Neo-Liberal Control of SA’s Economy At Heart Of Battle for Soul of ANC

By Greg Alexander Mashaba ANC Top 6: (From Left to Right) Jesse Duarte, Gwede Mantashe, Baleka Mbete, Jacob Zuma, Cyril Ramaphosa,…

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DA And Hypocrisy Of White Supremacy: A Marxist-Leninist Critique

By Dr Lehlohonolo Kennedy Mahlatsi and Tiisetso Makhele The Democratic Alliance, a significant political vehicle for advancing the neo-liberal project, enjoys…

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Competition Commission Investigates Vodacom’s Contract To Provide Mobile Services To All Government Departments

The Competition Commission has initiated an investigation against Vodacom Group (Pty) Ltd (Vodacom) for abuse of dominance after the company…

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OPEN LETTER: A RESPONSE TO JOHANN RUPERT FROM TransformationRSA

By Adil Nchabeleng Johann Rupert – a white monopoly capital racist.  In a recent statement in Switzerland at the Richemont…

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“NGO”: The Guise of Innocence. The illusion of innocent philanthropic activity

By Jenny O’Connor via Global Research, https://www.globalresearch.ca/ngo-the-guise-of-innocence/30191 CARL GERSHMAN PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR DEMOCRACY In December Egyptian prosecutors and police…

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The Funders of Global Destabilisation – Wikileaks Report

George Soros  One of our readers sent us this. Wikileaks attained an email that came out of Stratfor, which is…

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On Loneliness and the Reason Why: Experiences as a Native Academic

by Adrienne Keene @NativeApprops “You have to get comfortable with being lonely” –Sherman Alexie, giving advice for Native students who choose…

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There’s Nothing Automatic About Being President of ANC: Mbeki

Here’s a video clip by former President Thabo Mbeki on the ANC tradition that the deputy president of the ANC…

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Why Is KPMG Snubbing Johann Van Loggerenberg? Big Tobacco, Specifically British American Tobacco!

By Pinky Khoabane Johann Van Loggerenberg  IN a statement released by lawyers acting for Johann Van Loggerenberg yesterday, it emerged…

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Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng: From Zapiro’s depiction as Zuma’s Lapdog to South African of The Year

By Pinky Khoabane Since the judgment of the Constitutional Court on Nkandla, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has become the poster…

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WHO RIGGED THE KWAZULU NATAL 8th PROVINCIAL ELECTIVE CONFERENCE IN 2015?

By David Dube MPL and Former Provincial Chairperson Mpumalanga The African National Congress is bleeding today in the KwaZulu Natal…

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KPMG, Sars, Illicit Tobacco Trade & Politics

By Pinky Khoabane AUDITING FIRM KPMG “crumbled” last week, offering an apology, resignations of nine executives and promises to pay…

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OPEN LETTER: Rupert: Not All Blacks Are Afraid Of You

By Tiisetso ‘Afrika’ Makhele Firstly, let me indicate to you what you already know. Your money is dirty and stinks…

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Neither currency stability nor balanced and sustainable growth: How SARB policy is violating South Africa’s constitution

Article first published in Buddy Wells’ Blog According to the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, the SA Reserve…

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Remembering Stephen Bantu Biko-70 Years On

Steve Biko’s TimeLine September 12th, 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of the murder of Bantu Stephen Biko in police detention.…

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Cyril’s Problem is White Monopoly Capital, Nkosazana’s The Guptas

By Pinky Khoabane ON either side of the ANC presidential race, the two leading contenders face fears stemming from association…

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Know Your History – Why We Call Them White Monopoly Capital Owned & Controlled Media

Courtesy of African Curators http://africancurators.com/2017/09/06/know-your-history-village-diaries/ A few years ago JOHANN RUPERT bought a company called ELEMENTONE which holds a stake in…

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Bell Pottinger Survived Explosive Revelations of its Influence on Britain’s Conservatives & US/Iraq War & Apologised for “Economic Emancipation” In SA. Answer lies in Politics

Lord Bell One of our readers sent us this article. The writer questions how a PR Firm that had managed…

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How DP’s Sex Scandal Unfolded: Requests for Iqbal Surve to Intervene to Leaks, Court Case & Confession to Indy’s Competitors

By Steve Motale I’ve noted with utter disgust the attempt by some elements in the media to cast aspersions on…

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South African Media proves to be Biased on Ramaphosa Leaks

Here’s an article sourced from CorruptJournalists.org in response to the article I wrote on Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa’s claims that…

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The economic bubble growth and the self-destruction of capital

By Tiisetso ‘Afrika’ Makhele Statistician General Pali Lehohla The Statistician General, Pali Lehohla, has announced that South Africa’s GDP grew…

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THE RECOGNITION AND CELEBRATION OF WOMEN SHOULD TRANSCEND ‘SPECIAL’ PERIODS LIKE WOMEN’S MONTH

By Ntombi Mekgwe As we draw the curtain on the month-long celebration of Women’s Month, this should by no means…

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Is It Still A Smear Campaign Even When True?

FOLLOWING the article by Sunday Independent that Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa was involved in extra-marital affairs with eight women, and…

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The Young Women Into Whose Accounts Money Was Paid are Part of 54 Students Me & My Wife Help: Ramaphosa

STATEMENT BY DEPUTY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA In response to questions put to him by the Sunday Independent – which have…

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Kenyatta Calls For Peace Among Kenyans but What of Credibility of Observer Mission

By Pinky Khoabane President Uhuru Kenyatta has come out guns blazing calling the ruling to nullify Kenya’s presidential elections “political”…

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Judges Annul Kenya Presidential Election

The Latest: Kenya vote commission chief invites prosecution via Associated Press https://apnews.com/8e45990a7726444caed45359c1f83d87?utm_campaign=SocialFlow&utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=AP NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — The Latest on Kenya’s presidential…

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Mashatile and Gwede’s Names on Ekurhuleni’s Top Six List

Paul Mashatile (left) and Gwede Mantashe (right)  THERE was a time in history when politicians and their supporters met secretly…

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Will Paul Mashatile & Gwede Mantashe make it on #CR17 Top 6?

WITH ANC branch nominations for leadership positions starting in a few days’ time, one presidential campaign whose supporters have already…

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BUILDING A SOUTH AFRICA THAT WE ALL ASPIRE TO HAVE: Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma at GIBS

Speech by Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) The Dean of the Gordon Institute of Business…

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Cde Angie Motshekga Must Desist From Trying To Rule ANCWL From the Grave: ANCWL

Minister Angie Motshekga The leadership of the African National Congress Women’s League (ANCWL) has received reports alleging that Cde Angie…

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OPEN LETTER: Dr Aaron Why are You Still Approving Contraceptives Infecting Black Women with HIV-1?

By Shandu Ka Ndaba Dear Dr Aaron Motsoaledi Why are you still pushing poison implemented during apartheid to deal with…

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Reinstate Deputy Mayor or We Quit on Monday: UDM. Leave Now: DA Responds

UDM’s Bantu Holomisa (left) with DA’s Mmusi Maimane In a letter dated 24 August 2017, the United Democratic Movement (UDM)…

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EFF EXPRESSES CONCERN AT DA BULLY TACTICS IN NELSON MANDELA METRO COALITION GOVERNMENT

The EFF notes the removal of the UDM Councillor Mongameli Bobani as Deputy Mayor in a motion of no confidence…

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OPEN LETTER: Dear Mondli “Mr Conscience” Gungubele, Tholukuthi Hey….

President Jacob Zuma and Mondli Gungubele with family of slain SACP leader Chris Hani I’VE tried so hard not to…

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Journalism in the Climate of Political Agendas, Photoshop & Advanced Technology

By Pinky Khoabane IN THESE days of extensive political agendas, photoshop and advanced technology, those who disseminate information are going…

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“Ramaphosa Unfairly Vilified in Respect of Marikana”: KZN ANC Member

An ANC Member who has withheld his name says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is being unfairly vilified by many in the ANC.…

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Grace Mugabe, Drugs, Assault & Battle by Land Thieves

By Pinky Khoabane WHAT

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Seeking justice in Marikana

By Kim Heller. Article first published in The New Age Picture: Thapelo Morebudi IT IS a sight that I will…

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ANC’s Brutal Presidential Race: Regime Change, Leaks & Women Abuse

By Pinky Khoabane Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and Cyril Ramaphosa sharing a light moment THE ANC presidential race is on! At the…

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George Soros Is Funding Facebook’s “Third-Party Fact Checking” Organization Targeting “Fake News”

By Pinky Khoabane George Soros A FEW years ago I posted on Facebook, an article which the Sunday Independent had…

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Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma on being “Ex”

Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has hit out at critics who have associated her ascendency in politics to President Jacob Zuma, to whom…

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BOYCOTTING PSA PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE MEETING CONSTITUTES ILL-DISCIPLINE

The Office of the ANC Chief Whip received a letter from members of the ANC Study Group on Public Service…

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OPEN LETTER: Dear ANC NEC, Subject MPs to Lie Detector Test & Discipline Collaborators In Accordance With ANC Constitution

By Mlungisi Myezo ANC Top Six: Jessie Duarte, Gwede Mantashe, Baleka Mbete, Jacob Zuma, Cyril Ramaphosa  and Zweli Mkhize Revolutionary…

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Speaking Out For Justice, Redress and Recognition

We call it the Wild Coast now, but for many Cobuqua people – a Khoi-San nation in the Eastern Cape-…

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Dear Black South Africans, You Own Nothing but Your IDs. Everything else belongs to the banks

Author Unknown South Africans always say they don’t want to be “like Zimbabwe”. But what exactly does that mean? 99%…

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We Live In Interesting Times

By Carl Niehaus In 1966 the American politician Robert F. Kennedy (brother of former USA President John F. Kennedy) delivered…

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DA’s Partners in last Attempted Coup Jump Ship

By Pinky Khoabane EFF leader Julius Malema and DA’s Mmusi Maimane The Economic Freedom Front (EFF) has joined the list…

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The Queen’s New High Commissioner to South Africa Is Well Qualified to Lead Regime Change

  EIR INTELLIGENCE MEMO Executive Intelligence Review INTELLIGENCE MEMO The Queen’s New High Commissioner to South Africa Is Well Qualified…

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Open Letter: Dear Modern-Day Askaris

By Tiisetso ‘Afrika’ Makhele These people didn’t give you the mandate to vote with opposition against ANC My leaders, you…

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Of Secret Ballot, Sweet Victory & DA’s Continued Attempted Coups

By Pinky Khoabane Jubilation from ANC supporters on news the motion to oust President Jacob Zuma had failed THERE are…

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We Must All Take Urgent Action to Root out Scourge of Sexism and Gender Based Violence: MKMVA

On the occasion of National Women’s Day, The Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA), salutes all the women of…

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Open Letter: Dear Mr President, Bring the Youth To Your Side – Push for Pro-Poor Education Funding

By Pinky Khoabane Dear Comrade President After today’s no confidence vote in you, which the Speaker of Parliament Comrade Baleka…

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Does the Opposition Really Want Zuma Gone Before 2019 Elections

By Pinky Khoabane MANY among the chattering classes have been sold the dream that a new government will be in…

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Open Letter: Rev Bishop Ziphozihle Zilwa, ngesiZulu umtomdala uyaphosisa, akaqambi amanga

Open Letter by Zizamele “Zamo” Madlala – National Spokesperson – Black Economic Foundation Dear Reverend I pen this letter with extreme…

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Umkhonto We Sizwe Military Veterans Association (Mkmva) On No-Confidence Motion Against Jacob Zuma

The Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) is confident that regardless of whether the motion of no-confidence against the…

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Capitalism has failed the world: Socialism is the viable alternative

By Tiisetso ‘Afrika’ Makhele In most platforms where I argue for socialism, I always get the brisk question; “Where has…

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WE CANNOT VOTE IN FAVOUR OF A MOTION TO COLLAPSE GOVERNMENT

ANC Chief Whip Jackson Mthembu The ANC Caucus felt it important to clarify why the ANC will be voting against…

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Democracy will be the big loser if Zuma is voted out on Tuesday

‘Democracies are shaped by precedent – “once off” exceptions usually become part of the political furniture’ By STEVEN FRIEDMAN Relying…

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Full Judgement: SANEF v Black Land First and Others

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White Monopoly Capital Exists – Shame on you Joel

  The white monopoly capital denialism campaign reached the highest pinnacle last night. It was  at the end of ANC’s…

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Congratulations on exposing racist Banksters ABSA & FNB…Now on Jailing Them

Michael Harris  To: Uncensored and Mr. Emerald van Zyl and Black Land first (BLF). Attn. PK, Emerald, Andile. Dear PK,…

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Tryphosa Ramano – Deputy Chairman at SAA STEVE BIKO was adamant that the most potent weapon of the oppressor is…

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Hamba Kahle Cde Andimba Toivo ya Toivo: MKMVA Salutes a Great Liberation Fighter

Yesterday and Today one of the greatest sons of Africa, a strong and heroic comrade and a great liberation soldier,…

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Black Empowerment Foundation’s reaction to ConCourt Ruling

The Black Empowerment Foundation (BEF) notes the judgment of the Constitutional Court that has been handed down today. We will…

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MKMVA MEDIA STATEMENT ABOUT THE RULING BY THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT REGARDING THE MATTER OF A SECRET VOTE IN THE EVENT…

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One of the key remedial actions in Public Protector Advocate Busisiwe Mkwhebane’s final report into CIEX: Reopen and amend Proclamation…

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MKMVA welcomes the clear and unambiguous conclusions and findings in the final Report of the Public Protector on the ALLEGED…

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Dear Comrade Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane We, and here I speak on behalf of many who have waited for years, are…

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By Tiisetso ‘Afrika’ Makhele  Dear Comrade Mbalula I have read, and re-read, your comments made on Twitter regarding the current…

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EFF “Notes” Zille’s apology

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The leadership of the MK Inkuleleko Foundation have written an open letter in which it takes issue with Trevor Manuel’s…

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Auditing Cartel starts Fightback following Khaya Sithole’s expose

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The Democratic has laid charges of treason, racketeering and corruption against President Jacob Zuma, three Gupta brothers, and others implicated…

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By Pinky Khoabane Chris Hitchins, CEO of DSTV Media Sales The Competition Commission announced yesterday that it had fined MultiChoice’s…

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His Grace Dances with the Devil

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Historical events do not happen in isolation. This excerpt and attached document called High Treason, an Intelligence report on South…

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By Pinky Khoabane Not so long ago, the South African Airways (SAA), was projected as a company riddled with corruption…

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Are Protests in “Coloured” Areas about Service Delivery or Part of DA regime-change efforts?

By Brian Ebden We can argue of course, that Zuma has successfully resisted repeated attempts by white monopoly capital to…

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Vally Ruling: Subjective, Political & Biased

Greg Alexander Mashaba argues that the opposition parties , and in particular the DA , COPE , EFF and the…

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My Lord it is high time that you take your jacket and get out of Chambers!

By Carl Niehaus Judge Bashier Vally What an amazing collection of generalisations has judge Bashier Vally presented to us as…

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National Dialogue should start with De Klerk accounting for murderous & thieving regime

By Pinky Khoabane FORMER Presidents Thabo Mbeki, Kgalema Motlanthe and F W DeKlerk kick-started a series of events to discuss the…

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DR Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, former African Union Chairperson, has hit out at critics who have associated her ascendency in politics to…

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Vally Ruling – A case of Judicial Overreach, Paid Judge or Both?

By Pinky Khoabane A JUDICIARY that has either “overstepped” its mandate or a case of corruption in the judiciary or…

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By Carl Niehaus Words come easy to us South Africans. We like to talk, debate and argue. Similarly we like…

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The knives, as we suspected, are out and the propaganda peddled by commercial media about Professor Chris Malikane, the advisor…

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By Pinky Khoabane After listening to Professor Chris Malikane’s presentation on radical economic transformation, it became very clear that the…

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By Tshepo Kgadima President Zuma signed FICA Bill into law yesterday The 28th of April 2017 will live in infamy…

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Chapter on Mbeki’s Association with Guptas “Fake News”: Mbeki

Former President Thabo Mbeki responds to the Mail & Guardian’s article on a chapter in a book by Pieter-Louis Myburg…”Fake…

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 By Carl Niehaus Many years ago we were discussing our future National Anthem in the National Executive Committee (NEC) of…

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Desperation of White Monopoly Capitalists & Stooges

By Pinky Khoabane Attempts to invalidate existence of White Monopoly Capital – We assist Thuli with evidence By now South…

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ALERT: Junk Status just Fake: Foreign investors pile into South African bonds despite fears

The story and graphic in the Financial Times tells us a different story from what the rating agencies seemingly tell…

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Shell Knew. How it robbed Nigerians of $1.1billion

Via https://www.globalwitness.org/en-gb/campaigns/oil-gas-and-mining/shell-knew/ It’s one of the biggest corruption scandals in the history of the oil sector – and this is the…

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SA financially stable: Nomura economist

One of our readers, Bongani Ngcobo, has brought the views of this economist to our attention. Peter Attard Montalto, head…

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Rating agencies are tools of economic warfare

Pinky Khoabane If you’ve questioned the notion that today’s warfare will not be fought on the battlefields but in the…

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Rating announcement by S&P following recent political developments

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba Government notes the sovereign rating announcement by S&P. While S&P has lowered its rating of foreign…

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Banks push FIC amendment through back door – the courts

Pinky Khoabane Judge President Dunstan Mlambo EMERGING from the legal case between Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and the Guptas is…

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Save South Africa From White Domination

Kim Heller If SaveSA is honest about saving the country, it would march against corporate corruption, the return of land…

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Zille’s praise of colonialism akin to praising a rapist

By Khotso Molekane An acquaintance during a group talk about Helen Zille and her views on colonialism, said Zille’s logic…

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DA Blacks’ Delusions of non-racist DA

By Pinky Khoabane Helen Zille during a campaign trail to woe the Black vote There’s the saying: don’t kick a…

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EFF Sold Out: Magdalene Moonsamy

The former treasurer of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Magdalene Moonsamy, has finally spoken out about her membership and the…

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No Fingerprint System required for social grant bidders: Gordhan

By Pinky Khoabane Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan wanted the requirement of biometric verification to be excluded from the terms and…

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Rupert’s Grindrod Bank banks SASSA’s Billions

  Johann Rupert, one of South Africa’s richest men, owns the Grindrod Bank which banks SASSA’s billions. Grindrod Bank is…

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Mathews Phosa, please resign and save CellSaf from clutches of corporate greed

By Pinky Khoabane Mathews Phosa’s Damascus letter may come to haunt the much needed political assistance CellSaf needs to block…

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Zuma says one thing, “fellow” comrades another

By Pinky Khoabane February 28, 2017 was one of those days where we had ask to ask ourselves, whose word…

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Why apologists of White Monopoly Capitalists are attacking Molefe

By Magatshana Ntuli Brian Molefe Why is dirt being thrown at Brian Molefe from all angles by white monopoly capital…

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Pravin please respect us – we’re Black & can think for ourselves

By Devine Hadebe Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s recent attacks on  Black interest groups cannot go unchallenged. Gordhan recently accused the…

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CellC threatens to sue BEE Partner

By Pinky Khoabane In the latest standoff between CellC and CellSaf, the mobile network has threatened to sue its BEE…

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Sanitising White Corruption; Currency Rigging, SARB & Treasury

By Devine Hadebe In the immediate aftermath of the announcement that seventeen banks had been rigging the rand as far…

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Today In History: Malcolm X Assassinated

On 21 February 1965, Malcolm X was assassinated before he was about to deliver a speech about his new organisation called the…

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Paul O Sullivan, DAEFF & Courts – all part of regime change campaign

  Paul O Sullivan THIS has been another dramatic week in South Africa. The continued attempt to turn the country…

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Fire Pravin & others if we are to achieve economic transformation we need

UnCensored’s Reader Stalin puts forward a 10-point-plan towards achieving economic transformation.  For how long will we lament about non-transformation of…

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South Africa needs a finance ministry more in touch with its people than rating agencies

By Pinky Khoabane The President of the Republic of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, will in a few hours’ time deliver…

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The hurdles of acquiring an education are no coincidence, they are designed to keep masses in the fringes of society

Yesterday we published the heart-breaking story of Thabisile Myeni, who despite having received educational funding, cannot afford to go to…

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Former British spy’s investigation ‘revealed South African bank corruption’

The South African corporate media, in an attempt to cover-up for the massive looting by banks on the eve of…

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LETTERS: Readers’ response to Capture of the National Prosecuting Authority

UnCensored’s readers had interesting comments on the article we published yesterday –  National Prosecuting Authority is Captured Gerrie Nel and…

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National Prosecuting Authority is Captured: Pikoli, Breytenbach, Nel

By Pinky Khoabane Glynnis Breytenbach, Vusi Pikoli and now Gerrie Nel. They all at one time worked for the National…

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The corporate media has apartheid nostalgia

By Mxolisi Ka Nkomonde The White controlled media cartel in South Africa has been on a campaign to demonise opinions…

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In joining Afriforum, Gerrie Nel shows true colours

By Khotso Molekane Gerrie Nel The most oppressive governments rely on the judiciary to give a veil of respectability to…

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Unlawful dismissal – reinstate Steve Motale as editor, Labour Court tells The Citizen

By Pinky Khoabane  Steve Motale The Labour Court this morning, ordered The Citizen to reinstate former editor Steve Motale and pay…

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Why Money must be created by state and not private banks

By Redge Nkosi – He’s the Executive Director and Research Head at Firstsource Money Paper and coin money as we know…

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The FICA Bill is ‘legalised’ state capture

BY Mxolisi ka Nkomonde The financial industry in South Africa is centred around the big 5 banks which collectively held…

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Media goes into overdrive in the ever-changing story of Absa’s apartheid looting

By Pinky Khoabane Anybody to blame but ABSA as media goes into overdrive……   After a fortnight of scurrying around…

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Ciex no work of Fiction: Koorbonally to Johann Rupert

OPEN LETTER TO JOHAN RUPERT Ref is made to: Ciex Investigation & findings. Operations on behalf of RSA Government Aug…

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Oakbay outlines how Gordhan targeted the Guptas

Original article carried in www.fin24.com Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan The statement by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan to “clip the wings”…

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GEOPOLITICS OF CORRUPTION: GEORGE SOROS AND THE PANAMA LEAKS

Here’s a take on PAID Journalists. An interesting read first published by http://katehon.com shortly after the Panama Leaks. The largest corruption scandal…

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ABSA knew it owed the money & had made provision to pay it back – CIEX

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane Former Governor Chris Stals has confirmed what Ciex representatives have been saying all along – ABSA…

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What happened to the extra Billion identified by CIEX in ABSA Apartheid Looting Matter?

By Pinky Khoabane Maria Ramos The Mail and Guardian on Friday published a leaked preliminary report into the public protector’s…

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The hypocrisy of the 101 Veterans

Khotso Molekane says the so-called 101 veterans are personalities hellbent on regime change and do not represent the thousands of…

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Mandela warned us about elements within the movement which set themselves up as critics of the movement

The writer is on the Twitter Handle @ mithisa_motho The ANC veterans are back in the news again – to…

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Zuma promised to pursue case of apartheid looting – CIEX

By Pinky Khoabane President Jacob Zuma had “endless briefings” with authors of the CIEX report into large-scale apartheid theft ahead of…

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ANCWL & SATAWU call for investigation into SAA

The African National Congress Women’s League (ANCWL) has called for an investigation into South African Airways (SAA) following reports that…

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About market values, social vacuums and the land question…

Bhekindlela Mwelase (86 years old) with his pass-book Khaya Sithole traces four families’ battle to reclaim their land from the…

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Dlamini-Zuma is feared, not for being Ex-Wife, but her victories against powerful Tobacco & Pharma Industries

By Pinky Khoabane The media campaign describing Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma as nothing else but her husband’s ex-wife dates back years…

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Who will replace Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as AUC Chair?

By Pinky Khoabane The African Union Commission (AUC) will choose the new chairperson to replace Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma at the 28th…

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Its New Year tomorrow Dear White SA….Keep them racist rants to yourselves. Blacks will be on them beaches

By Pinky Khoabane  Penny SparrowChris Hart The year 2016 will probably go down in South Africa’s democratic history as one…

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If you thought 2016 was bloody… wait for 2017

Pinky Khoabane Three or so months ago I decided to start a publication – I had for years been disgruntled…

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Blacks “robbed” by FNB running out of patience

By Pinky Khoabane In what could be the latest delaying tactic by First National Bank (FNB) in the case involving…

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Rupert, Blackened Lungs & Fake News

By Pinky Khoabane Johann Rupert Its not often that annual general meetings (AGMS) of large corporations serve the purpose for…

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Racism alive & well and our brothers & sisters in continent part of it

The story of the bill from a Clifton Beach restaurant describing the table by the race of patrons at it…

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South Africa’s mainstream media and the reinvention of “swart gevaar” propaganda dressed as “anti-corruption”

By Mxolisi KaNkomonde. He can be reached on Twitter @MxolisiBob The South African media cartel(1) controlled by Johann Rupert(Remgro),Terry Moolman…

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The Public Protector and I

Compare Johnson’s to Jeff Kronabally’s complaint on the Bonds stolen by South African Reserve Bank and given to ABSA as…

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Five reasons why we don’t have a free and independent press in the UK and what we can do about it

ED Jones in www.opendemocracy.net gives us five reasons why UK media is not independent. The same reasons are exactly the…

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Open Letter to Kriegler: Does Tyne Doyle donate to the Mandela Fund?

By Pinky Khoabane Dear Judge Kriegler I come to you because through your organisation, Freedom Under Law, its evident that…

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BMW to compensate thousands of Australian clients in loan scam

We’ve been running the story of First National Bank which has left some of its low-cost housing clients destitute by…

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Where is the Human Rights Commission when the right to housing is abused by banks

By Pinky Khoabane Mmashela Anna Mabelane is ill and destitute. She turned 60 this year and lives with a young…

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Manufacturing reality has been the only goal of commercial media

By Pinky Khoabane, catch her on Twitter @pinkykhoabane The term fake news has become the buzz-word following Hillary Clinton’s defeat…

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How FNB cheated Magdalena Pietersen of interest rates cuts

By Pinky Khoabane We’ve given you the story of Magdalena Pietersen and other low cost housing clients who were robbed…

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Rupert, Moolman, Stofberg & Becker Media Cartel

Is this a better graphic? We are not sponsored and dont have the best graphic artists on our payroll. Please…

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Where are the laws to deal with racists?

By Pinky Khoabane We have waited for 22 years to have anti-racist laws. Nothing has been forthcoming. In the meantime,…

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Soros’s multi-billion dollar network of NGO’s trying to destabilise the world

Soros / CIA Plan to Destabilize Europe By Wayne Madsen, first published in http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2015/09/24/soros-cia-plan-to-destabilize-europe.html Just as the dark forces of the…

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Rupert lies in attempt to explain why he’s left out of State Capture investigation

By Pinky Khoabane Johann Rupert has now resorted to sheer lies in his explanation of why Thuli Madonsela didn’t broaden…

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BEE has become WEE – Instead of benefiting Blacks, Whites biggest beneficiaries

By Pinky Khoabane How a BEE programme meant to empower Blacks in the transport industry ended up empowering White firms………

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The Case for Leaving the ICC

Khotso Molekane argues that the International Criminal Court (ICC) has neither the moral standing nor integrity on which to prosecute anyone….…

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Suspended Citizen Editor now Fired

By Pinky Khoabane The Citizen’s editor Steve Motale has finally been fired following an “internal disciplinary hearing” the newspaper’s publisher…

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The cost of selling their souls – Bought Blacks forever “heartbroken” at injustices against fellow Black workers

By Pinky Khoabane While his fellow Black workers face abysmal working conditions, the Affirmative Action appointee mixes with the apartheid-era…

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Where are media freedom advocates in Motale’s case?

One of our readers, Khothatso says…It’s all silence from our proponents of free speech and media freedom when it comes…

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We shall defend rights of Citizen’s Editor to do his job. Media Freedom not exclusive to a few

The days of sitting by while our African editors and journalists are persecuted by their white masters are gone. We…

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Why are media reports on Zuma’s so-called Kitchen Cabinet not part of State Capture investigation?

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Why SA media is dangerous to Blacks

By Pinky Khoabane By now we’ve seen the video of the African been forced into a coffin while alive. It…

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Desperate Oppenheimers will use anything to get port of entry into SA, Why?

By Pinky Khoabane The Oppenheimers rank among the top two or three wealthiest families in South Africa having made their…

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Lessons for the DA: ANC unlike EFF, is not for sale

By Pinky Khoabane The Democratic Alliance (DA)’s regime change campaign failed once again this past Thursday. It was always expected…

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Is it just a coincidence? You decide

Reaction to Brian Molefe’s resignation captured social media last night but one which caught mine is this one from Sanele…

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Brian Molefe resigns following “incomplete State of Capture” Report

  Eskom CEO, Brian Molefe, yesterday announced he would be leaving the power utility following the hastily compiled and “incomplete”…

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The more things change the more they stay the same – Apartheid-style policing of Blacks alive & well

Mxolisi ka Nkomonde says apartheid policing of Black people alive and well and in today’s world it poses as the…

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Trump Win. The folly of a media that takes sides

By Pinky Khoabane The Donald Trump win is a lesson for liberal media around the world. It is not the…

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Radical Policy Reset Only Way To Reverse Social and Economic Catastrophe

A warning by Redge Nkosi: Reform macro-economic policy or face a revolution of an unprecedented scale….He’s the Executive Director and Research…

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Why did Madonsela water-down Ciex Investigation?

By Pinky Khoabane Advocate Paul Hoffman, complainant in Ciex matter, argued there was a “long litany of improper and irregular conduct…

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State Capture: Mcebisi Jonas’s testimony

By Pinky Khoabane  Mcebisi Jonas A press statement (attached) released by Deputy Finance Minister, Mcebisi Jonas on 16 March 2016…

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President Zuma needs a fresh team of lawyers to advise him honestly

By Pinky Khoabane President Jacob Zuma will need a better legal team than the one that showed-up in court today if he’s…

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When did Thulisile Madonsela become an advocate?

A month before she was admitted as an advocate, the Public Protector’s website and some in our media had already…

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Thuli’s shady conduct in state capture probe

The Maytrix questions the conduct of former public protector, Thuli Madonsela in the state capture probe. Did Thuli Madonsela act…

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Lefties hypocrisy in frozen bank accounts laid bare

Whether it’s the Gupta’s or Russia Today’s bank accounts that have been frozen, the lefties’ bias and hypocrisy is showing….by…

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Battle for the soul of SA’s economy at all time high

By Pinky Khoabane The battle for the soul of South Africa’s economy has reached such a crescendo that it is…

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ALL Eyes on Thuli this week: Will Apartheid looters #PAYBACKTHE MONEY

By Pinky Khoabane WHAT

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Fana Hlongwane’s letter to Public Protector: State Capture Probe

If you’ve missed it, here’s Hlongwane’s letter to the Public Protector. First published in Citizen. 29 September 2016 Dear Advocate…

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Hlongwane’s letter leaves DA, Madonsela and Media in a fix

By Pinky Khoabane The man who is said to have fixed the meeting between the Guptas and Deputy Minister Mcebisi…

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Investigate Treasury’s Chief Procurement Officer: Manyi

The HAWKS confirmed they had received a complaint from the Mzwanele Manyi Decolonisation Foundation asking the police unit to investigate…

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Radical economic transformation requires more than repealing percentages of state procurement

The President’s pledge to repeal the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA), although commendable, doesn’t go far enough to bring…

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The Battle for the Rogue Unit Story

By Pinky Khoabane It’s an all out war in the battle to claim the truth about the Rogue Unit story.…

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What’s the endgame for Thuli in State Capture Probe

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela is rushing to ensure she finalises the report into the now famous state capture by the…

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Politics of Possession Football And The “No” Camp

Pep Guardiola used Leo Messi as a False 9 to beef-up the midfield and destroy the opposition. In South Africa, white…

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What DA couldn’t achieve last week, it may have this week: JIBA

  Seconds after posting Mxolisi ka Mkomonde’s piece on the question of whether a network comprising opposition parties, civil society…

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Time to Bank Black

Pinky Khoabane In a country where every industry is owned by whites, VBS Mutual Bank, which gave President Jacob Zuma…

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How British American Tobacco has captured state security (PART 11) of BAT’s rot

Pinky Khoabane Super Spy Craig Williamson British American Tobacco (BAT) has been involved in a full-scale war against African policy…

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British American Tobacco’s dirty tricks: Part 1

By Pinky Khoabane British American Tobacco (BAT) has been involved in a full-scale war against African policy makers keen on…

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Where is Thuli’s report into the R3.2 billion stolen by banks?

WE at UnCensored pledge our solidarity with the 26 members of Black First Land First (BLF) who appeared in court…

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“Ruperts captured Pravin” Malema’s flip-flop on Gordhan

By Pinky Khoabane It wasn’t long ago that EFF’s Julius Malema was reportedly on Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s side in…

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Treasury pays +/-R500m per day in interest to private banks – State Capture

By Mxolisi KaNkomonde The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) is not independent and its operations are privatised although it is…

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Why Molefe is a threat

Pinky Khoabane argues Eskom’s Brian Molefe is rattling the white established coal mining sector…. Eskom’s CEO, Brian Molefe is under…

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The Conflicted Minister of Markets

By:  The Maytrix   “Get Rich or Die Trying” 50 Cent the rapper. “If you aint cheating, you aint trying”…

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Nene, Pravin and the Fees Must Fall

Demands for a 0% fee increase for higher learning are back on the cards. The Matrix advises we keep an…

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