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Gravy Trains: Prasa paid R4m in ‘ghost’ invoices to clear Lucky Montana’s debt – 3 yrs after he left

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In late 2018, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa paid a contractor for allegedly bogus invoices in order to settle an outstanding loan the former CEO had obtained from a businesswoman. The Prasa official who helped process the dubious payment asked for a cut of the money. These dealings suggest state-owned enterprises are preyed upon by former bosses, even years after they have left the scene.

Face of a rapist: Woman (79) suffering from dementia attacked and raped

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The Polokwane High Court this week sentenced a 34 year old man to 20 years imprisonment after he was convicted on a charge of rape of a 79 year old woman who was reportedly suffering from dementia.

Isabel van Coller murder on Camera

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On Friday November 15, at around 5:25am, Isabel Bernadette van Coller (57) was attacked in Bramley, Johannesburg on her way to work. The Isabel van Coller murder on camera was released in a video on Twitter, a few hours after the attack.

South Africa: 55 Murders, 109 Rapes Every Day as Black Crime Wave Continues to Envelop Country

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There were 55 murders, 109 rapes, 137 sexual offences, 878 assaults, 44 carjackings, and 819 burglaries every day in South Africa in the 2017 to 2018 year - and at least 5 farm murders every month, according to official figures released by the South African Police Services (SAPS).

R600-million looted from spy agency

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Allegations of fraudulent invoices being paid by the State Security Agency (SSA) have allegedly led to state coffers being looted of more than R600-million from a slush fund by officials in the agency and their co-conspirators outside it.

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: 90% government farms failed

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Only 26 of the 265 farms that government bought for more than R1.4-billion for budding Eastern Cape farmers are viable – with the rest in a state of dereliction.

National government bought the farms for beneficiaries who had applied as part of its proactive land acquisition strategy (Plas).

World News

11 Million Germans Were Murdered After WWII

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The book "Gruesome Harvest: The Allied Attempt to Exterminate Germany after 1945," should be on the mandatory highschool and college reading list for history and sociology.
It is one of the few books that are available in English that address the murder of millions of non-combatant German civilians and German prisoners of war from 1944 to 1950 as a matter of deliberate allied policy not inefficient logistics as it is most often presented in school text books.

Hawks colonel shot dead at Cape Town home

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A member of the Western Cape Hawks, Colonel Christelle Stemmet, 47, was shot dead at her home in Table View in Cape Town at around 20:00 on Sunday. 

According to Hawks spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Philani Nkwalase, Stemmet was shot twice and died on the scene. 

Double Standards: The K-WORD is worse than blowing up whites with limpet mines – legal system is not

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Let’s spread as widely as possible and demand the arrest of the terrorist !!

It is clear that the legal system does not protect our whites. Poor Vicky Momberg is hunted like an animal for the K-word and was arrested again today for failing to comply with her parole conditions.

The EFF’s Secretary General Godrich Gardee, following Angus Buchan’s statement, said that only two peoples. the Jews and the Afrikaner people who made a covenant with God responded as follows:

R140m ransom: Pinetown woman rescued from chains after nearly 6 months

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A prominent Pinetown based business woman was rescued in Witbank on Thursday evening 7 November 2019, after she was kidnapped and held for about one hundred and sixty-two days 

Walmer woman knocked unconscious, gang raped by three men

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The Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offence Unit is asking the community to assist with the identification of a person of interest in a rape case. 

Media Silent As Over 1,500 Pedophiles And Human Traffickers Arrested Since Trump Took Office

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In January this year, California launched a massive statewide operation against pedophiles. Over 474 of these child predators were arrested. 28 commercial and sexually-exploited children, as well as 27 adult victims were rescued during the operation.  


Disappeared: Crucial documents fingering SSA spies who infiltrated SARS

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While Jacob Zuma’s ‘missing’ superspy Thulani Dlomo, former head of the State Security Agency’s Special Operations Unit, has been ‘located’, crucial documents relating to him and other SSA spies who allegedly infiltrated SARS have mysteriously disappeared from the highly secure premises of the Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence.

R22 billion lost due to corruption in health sector

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Deputy Justice Minister John Jeffrey says the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) is working on recovering over R14 billion of the lost money.

28 Farm attacks, 3 farm murders in South Africa in October 2019 – A stagger

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During the month of October 2019, there were twenty eight farm attacks and three farm murders, whilst one farm attack was successfully averted in South Africa.

Horrifying Farm Attacks Bring Terror to South Africa’s Boer in 2019

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The Brutal Truth About Boer LifeThe Farm Attack phenomenon began in South Africa in the early 1990’s. Arrangements were being made for all South Africans, regardless of race, to vote in general elections. The Apartheid issue was finally being settled peacefully – or so it seemed. Not so for South Africa’s farming community.  Known as Boer – the Dutch and Afrikaans word for farmer – South Africa’s farmers began to face attacks on their farms.  

Farm attack, 5 armed attackers lock workers in fridge, Nylstroom

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A farm attack took place on 6 November 2019, at 12:30, on the farm Doornfontein, in Nylstroom (Modimolle) district, Limpopo province. Five attackers, two armed with firearms, assaulted and locked farm workers in a walk-in fridge. The owner was not on the farm at the time of the attack.

The Murder of Eugene Terre’Blanche

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Eugene Terre’Blanche, the well-known, charismatic leader of the AWB was murdered on his farm outside Ventersdorp in South Africa over this past weekend (April 3, 2010).

RUN Vicki RUN! Vicki Momberg gave law enforcement 'the slip': Police search is on

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Momberg missed an appearance at the Randburg Magistrate’s Court in August and hasn't been seen since

- Detectives are now working 'around the clock' to try and find Momberg

Sorry, ANC – SA to remain in ICC

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South Africa is not about to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC), despite the ANC resolving at a conference earlier this month that the government should do exactly that.

Priscilla du Toit: Fitness guru bludgeoned to death in Fourways home

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Detectives from the police station in Fourways, Johannesburg, have yet to make any progress in the investigation of the ruthless murder of Priscilla du Toit. Priscilla du Toit is a 42-year-old fitness guru. From the information we were able to dig up, it would appear that she was a renowned bodybuilder.

Man who raped his niece and gave her R5 afterwards sentenced to life in prison

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The Mhala Regional Court in Mpumalanga has sentenced a 47-year-old man to life imprisonment for raping his 12-year-old niece.

Police spokesperson Brigadier Leonard Hlathi said Solly Mabunda was sentenced on Wednesday.

Newlywed Couple's Horrific Injuries after Gang of 12 Ambushed with Machetes and an Axe

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Teresa McIver and her husband Neil were left for dead after brutal gang attack. They were set upon by 12 men armed with machete's. bats and an axe. They suffered horrific injuries.

WATCH: Farmer assaulted because of land

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A KwaZulu-Natal farmer was attacked on Thursday on his farm by people to whom he leased a piece of land.

Anton Pitout, 42, was attacked by a crowd of people on his farm in Normandy, near Newcastle in the Drakensberg.

Cash-in-Transit Robberies

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Video - Cash-in-Transit Heists is on the increase and these robbers are getting more and more brazen.

South Africa: US Gupta sanctions are a bulwark for Ramaphosa

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The US treasury's decision to sanction the Gupta family and associates has political as well as economic ramifications.

When the US Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctioned Ajay, Atul and Rajesh Gupta, as well as Salim Essa, on 10 October, a nightmarish scenario dawned for the quartet.

Pandor urges SA to take full advantages of relations with Russia

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JOHANNESBURG - International Relations Minister Naledi Pandor on Tuesday urged South Africa to take full advantage of the opportunities that Russia has to offer.

President Cyril Ramaphosa will join about 40 other African leaders as the first-ever Russia-Africa summit begins on Wednesday. 

The gathering is aimed at addressing existing and potential relations between that country and the African nations.

Mashaba resignation aftermath: Things are gonna get chaotic in big South African cities

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The DA may try to somehow hold things together. The ANC’s Gauteng provincial government might try to take Joburg into administration. The DA could well go to court. There could be long periods of no real governance at all. 

Ace Magashule, Aaron Motsoaledi named in murder trial

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The names of ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule and Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi have been dragged into a high-profile R5 million bribery and murder investigation currently playing out in the Bloemfontein High Court, in the Free State.  you opened a new location, redesigned your shop, or added a new product or service? Don't keep it to yourself, let folks know.

Parents and son attacked with “panga” on their farm. One suspect killed

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A couple and their son were attacked with a panga on their farm outside Mbombela, Mpumalanga on Sunday morning.

Leonard Hlathi, the provincial police spokesman, said four men entered their house at around 2 am and attacked the elderly couple with pangas.

Trump to review SA’s tax-free trade

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The tax-free import of certain South African products to the US will be reviewed because of concerns over the controversial Copyright Amendment Bill.

The bill is currently under pres. Cyril Ramaphosa to sign it after Parliament accepted it.

The US Trade Representative’s Office said in a statement on Friday. Donald Trump has suspended roughly R19 billion ($ 1.3 billion) of preference enjoyed by Thailand under its Generalized System of Preferences (GSP). This is because this country fails to protect internationally recognized workers’ rights.

Rape an elderly white woman in front of her husband and then kill them both .” Cape Town lawyer says

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Cape Town non-practicing lawyer Maluleka Nkopo faces charges of racism and hate speech after he whipped up a storm on social media on Wednesday with his facebook entry that a white woman should be raped in front of her husband and killed afterwards.

Russia's Scramble for South Africa

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Africans should be under no illusion about who their suitor really is, especially those who value their democratic institutions and practices. Racism, homophobia, a constricted civil society and curtailed human rights are all hallmarks of the Russian Federation under Putin. 

No thanks says Eskom as skilled whites want to help to keep the lights on

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Eskom reportedly wants to reduce its qualified white workforce by at least 1,308 over the next year. Yet, while Eskom wants to drastically cut the number of skilled white engineers and managers to ensure that it meets its affirmative action targets, trade union Solidarity want to do the opposite by supplying a skills bank of qualified staff to help alleviate the crisis at Eskom.

Eskom chiefs 'refuse to be screened' by State Security Agency

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One hundred senior officials at troubled power utility Eskom are refusing to undergo security vetting processes of the State Security Agency (SSA), as government moves to clean up the corruption- and mismanagement-prone parastatal.

Eskom blew over R300m on abandoned housing units, reports Sikonathi Mantshantsha

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Debt-ridden Eskom has reportedly wasted R338 million on building now-abandoned housing for construction workers at the Kusile power plant.

In  2012, Eskom signed a contract for the building of 336 housing units to accommodate the workers in a residential development project close to the power station in eMalahleni, Mpumalanga.