Anonymous ID: 907960 Q Research South Africa #5: RIP President Magufuli Edition March 31, 2021, 7:24 p.m. No.13340853   🗄️.is 🔗kun


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Anonymous ID: 907960 March 31, 2021, 7:25 p.m. No.13340855   🗄️.is 🔗kun

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Anonymous ID: 907960 March 31, 2021, 7:25 p.m. No.13340862   🗄️.is 🔗kun

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>>13171071 Family offices: More than just keeping it among kin and paying it forward

>>13171390 Aisha Buhari breaks silence on abductions of school girls, women

>>13171505 Cape Town residents told to prepare for ‘loud sirens’ on Tuesday – but why?” – Koeberg Nuclear Power Station Siren Test

>>13174531 Cape Town weather warnings: Biblical rainfall, strong winds to wreak havoc

>>13182352 Matjhabeng’s 139 ‘Eskom farms’ worth R5 billion raises more questions than answers

>>13182402 Gauteng Broadband Network project: AG finds R354 million irregular expenditure

>>13185844 SA’s top 10 violent political slogans

>>13192793 University protests: SA told to ‘expect a national shutdown’ on Monday 15 March

>>13194983 Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini dies in South Africa aged 72

>>13197909 Spy agency abuses show poor governance in the organisation

>>13226831 Zondo hears how Zuma used State Security Agency to deal with perceived enemies, including Ramaphosa

>>13226849 Action, not cheap talking, is needed to eradicate corruption

>>13235644, >>13235647, >>13235656 South Africa: A Rear Base for Jihadis (Parts 1-3)

>>13243747 From Brazil to India to the USA: The EU Is Funding Worldwide Open Society Network with $116 Million 2019

>>13251151 All the times prophet [T.B. Joshua] has met with African leaders

>>13262317 When The Narrative Replaces The News

>>13268285 Government wants to enforce new BEE rules at banks, insurers and funds

>>13268500 South Africa: The Questions That Need to Be Asked Mini-Bun

>>13276419 South Durban Community Environmental Alliance (SDCEA) connections

>>13276515 Action 24 Project” on SAIIA website

>>13288481 Grant Agreement between Swissmedic and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

>>13295320 Masterminds behind Bell Pottinger's Gupta PR campaign lose bid to block legal action

>>13310540 University of Fort Hare, South Africa – Notable Alumni; Mandela, Mugabe, Nyerere, Kaunda, etc

Anonymous ID: 907960 March 31, 2021, 7:26 p.m. No.13340865   🗄️.is 🔗kun

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>>13163593 A deeper look at Koos Bekker's $1.5bn Naspers bounty

>>13163602 Unpacking the Open Secrets Investigative Report with Michael Marchant

>>13171064 Senegal Clashes | Protests escalate in Senegal

>>13171084 Huge explosions in Equatorial Guinea’s Bata kill 17, wound 400

>>13171102 Ivory Coast opposition parties return for parliamentary election

>>13171147 Combustible Conditions at Bongani Mountain Lodge | Carte Blanche | M-Net” [Triggered by the death of a suspected poacher]

>>13174308 Leanne de Bassompierre on Senegal protests

>>13175711 100km/h wind throws around cyclists at Cape Town Cycle Tour

>>13192453 CAF Presidency, Patrice Motsepe elected CAF president

>>13193361 State Security, Investigators barred from SSA HQ

>>13193413 Insurgency in Africa” – “The US State Department has Blacklisted Islamic State-linked groups in northern Mozambique and the DRC

>>13193606 Unknown gunmen kidnap around 30 students in Kaduna, Nigeria: Dr. Akinola Olojo

>>13193609 Equatorial Guinea blast | Independent experts need to conduct probe into incident: Tutu Alicante

>>13199088 Feiteblad: Apartheid in syfers (Fact Sheet: Apartheid in numbers) {with English subtitles}

>>13203119 FEITEBLAD, The disastrous state of our municipalities

>>13208283 Zimbabwe Agrees To Return Land To White Farmers” – A ruse?

>>13209841 Sydney Mufamadi told the commission that the Fees Must Fall movement was infiltrated by the SSA

>>13224733 For Whom the e-tolls | Carte Blanche | M-Net

>>13225044 DA is disturbed by claims that Afrikaans-speaking students are not allowed to speak Afrikaans

>>13226302 South Africa involvement in Yemen and German Connection as well as the Mozambican conflict

>>13238222 TB Prevalence Survey | Extent of SA's tuberculosis problem” – Prepping for more vaccines?

>>13248738 Human Rights Watch reports atrocities in Uganda

>>13248884 Tanzania's Covid-denying president, John Magufuli, dies aged 61

>>13257203 US, UK, Harry Oppenheimer, Anton Rupert, etc. involvement in South Africa

>>13257315 Exclusive eNCA investigation unearthed disturbing criminal history behind interpreter Nelson Mandela memorial

>>13261944 Discussion | US sends envoys to Tigray region

>>13262275 Who is Samia Suluhu Hassan? Profile of Tanzania's Vice President”- Now the new President

>>13262383 Horrific explosions in Equatorial Guinea put down to negligence

>>13263505 ArcelorMittal tragedy | Numsa demands inquiry

>>13268245 Republic of Congo elections

>>13268506 The Spy Cables Mini-Bun (videos)

>>13274448 Proposal for a basic income for all

>>13274457 Lobby groups vow to halt gas and oil exploration along the KwaZulu-Natal coastline” by foreign companies

>>13274464 DRC Conflict I Nearly 200 people killed since January

>>13274468 Human Rights Watch calls for an AU hybrid court to address human rights violations in South Sudan

>>13275262 Congo's election I Opposition leader Guy Brice Parfait Kolelas passes away a day after elections

>>13275267 Congo opposition leader Kolelas' last video message before passing away

>>13275277 Congo voters lack hope of free and fair presidential election

Anonymous ID: 907960 March 31, 2021, 7:27 p.m. No.13340870   🗄️.is 🔗kun

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>>13281295 Land Reform in SA | Public hearings on land expropriation without compensation under way

>>13281308 Growing concern over black farmers evicted on government land: Thapelo Mohapi

>>13281436 Japanese Embassy hands over a training centre for non-revenue water management

>>13282063 All roads leading to Roodepan in Kimberley closed as residents demand services

>>13282072 SA companies supplied Saudi Arabia and UAE with weapons before Yemen civil war

>>13287203 US, UK, Harry Oppenheimer, Anton Rupert, etc. involvement in South Africa

>>13288460 Bill Gates the ‘one-man state’ and how medical philanthropy is hijacked

>>13289770 Expropriation of land: Concerns have been raised about possible abuses of power

>>13289787, >>13296409 Service delivery protests, angry protestors barricade roads

>>13294987 In conversation with Bobi Wine [Uganda’s opposition leader]

>>13295302 BEWARE! Cyril-loving NGOs, farmer eviction halted and more

>>13296170 Fine Town plunged into darkness for the past two years

>>13302359 Libya politics | Libya's unity government demands withdrawal of foreign troops

>>13308208 Racial Agitation Terrorism & Socialism For Communist Revolution

>>13308277, >>13309235 Thando Sipuye

>>13314811 Exclusive: Rupert gives Ramaphosa an ultimatum

>>13315239 "They didn't see Magufuli coming", President Chakwera's intriguing speech in honour of Magufuli

>>13323076 Zimbabwe | Ex-Finance minister: economy critical

>>13328757 'Blind' France bears responsibility in Rwanda genocide, report says

>>13338842 AG report | Over R2-billion worth of contracts unaudited due to missing documents

Anonymous ID: 907960 March 31, 2021, 7:27 p.m. No.13340872   🗄️.is 🔗kun

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>>13321708 Background with regard to SANDF in Central African Republic

>>13321728, >>13321742, >>13321747 “Central African Republic: Is this what our soldiers died for?” (Parts 1-3)

>>13322098, >>13322135 Felicien Kabuga

>>13338956 New draft law brings much stricter rules against discrimination. Here's what you need to know

>>13340783 Final ANC bun

>>13340788 Final Covid bun

>>13340793 Final EFF and Julius Malema Bun

>>13340799 Green Africa Group Company mini-bun

>>13340815 Final Mozambique Bun

>>13340817 Final Protests Bun

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Anonymous ID: 196573 April 1, 2021, 10:18 a.m. No.13343204   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Mob Justice | Mob justice claims lives in Cape Town” – for stealing- Below are a few excerpts.


“Four people have died as a result of mob justice in one week in Cape Town. A burnt body of an unidentified man was discovered yesterday. On Sunday, a man was stoned to death. Another body was found on the street on Friday, while last Monday a burnt and stoned body was also discovered.”


“Cape mob justice claims fourth victim in a week” - Below are a few excerpts.


Yet another suspected robber has been set alight in Philippi, bringing the total number of suspected mob justice attacks to four in the past week.


The burnt body of an unidentified man was discovered at Bongolethu Primary School in Browns Farm yesterday.


On Sunday, a 23-year-old man was stoned to death, allegedly by an angry mob, after being accused of attempting to rob a resident in Kosovo, Samora Machel, in Philippi.


On Friday, an unidentified man was found on the street after allegedly being beaten to death. He was accused of attempting to steal a cellphone in Litha Park, Khayelitsha.


Last Monday, 24-year-old Samkelo Nyeka was burnt and stoned to death after being accused of stealing clothes.


The body in Browns Farm yesterday was found by the school’s caretaker, Mziwethu Mketo.


“I found the body at around 9am while doing my routine patrol. He was visibly burnt.


“I rushed to let the principal know and he immediately sent the children home because we were trying to protect them from seeing the body, trying to shield them from the trauma,” said Mketo.


Gugulethu Development Forum secretary Vincent Domingo said that the spike in incidents of alleged mob justice stemmed from a deeper issue.


“Our communities are under siege from crime and they feel that they need to protect themselves. This is a reflection that they are slowly losing faith in the police and it needs attention.”

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 1, 2021, 11:26 a.m. No.13343497   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8907 >>6312 >>2767 >>1731

“COVID-19 Corruption | Scooter ambulance bought irregularly” -


“Can’t blame apartheid: Eastern Cape scooter ambulances ‘funded illegally’”-


Eastern Cape MEC Sindiswa Gomba blamed 'apartheid' for the awful scooter ambulances she bought last year: But that's not how the Public Protector sees it…


One of the most ill-fated decisions of the entire COVID-19 pandemic has come back to haunt the Eastern Cape Health Department. Former MEC Sindiswa Gomba signed off on the scooter ambulances, costing the local fiscus R10 million. Infamously, she went on to blame ‘apartheid’ for her bizarre decision – but the Acting Public Protector is having none of it.


Kholeka Gcaleka released the department’s report into the procurement process for these widely-panned vehicles, and found that the tender process was rotten to the core: A heap of irregularities were uncovered, making the scheme both baffling AND illegal. The public consultation programme was also only open for nine days, rather than the 21 required.


“The procurement process followed by the Eastern Cape Department of Health, when it decided to supply motorbikes with side car ambulances (or scooters), is deemed to be improper and in contravention of applicable legal prescripts. The investigation has revealed significant administrative or conduct failures during the procurement process”


“The appropriate steps in respect of disciplinary action in terms of section 38(h) of the PFMA against the officials that were involved in and responsible for the procurement of the scooters, will be finalised within 90 days from the date of this report. In fact, the conduct of the Health Department was improper and constitutes maladministration.”


Gomba, who has since been dismissed from her post, courted a wave of controversy last July. She blamed the procurement of the scooter ambulanced on the ills of apartheid, and the inequalities it has created…


However, this defence was savaged by the critics, who rightly pointed out that poorer provinces and districts had not resorted to such questionable measures. MEC Gomba’s hot take on the fiasco is truly something to behold.


“The pandemic came unexpectedly and presented itself in a new dynamic. It has also exposed the weaknesses of our health system, and that’s all down to the design of apartheid. [The scooter ambulance project] just shows the true extent of inequalities in our society”.

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 1, 2021, 1:19 p.m. No.13343746   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“ANC told to take action against ‘growing ISIS threat’ in South Africa”-


Is South Africa facing a serious threat from ISIS? An opposition party has implored the ANC to tighten up the borders and 'keep out extremists'.


The SA government has been asked to ‘beef up its border security’ and take the threat from ISIS seriously, following a brutal week of Islamic terror attacks across the way in Mozambique. With reports claiming that some recruits within the extremist group are South African, there are now concerns that this issue could be more insidious than first feared.


Heavily armed militants began the siege on Mozambique’s northern province of Cabo Delgado on Wednesday 24 March, forcing around 200 people to evacuate a hotel where they had taken refuge. Gas giants Total said on Saturday that it has postponed the restart of work at in the region, following the violent scenes that unfolded.


Dozens of deaths were reported in the conflict, spooking some political representatives in Mzansi. The FF Plus are fearful that ISIS ‘already has a foothold’ on our shores – and feel that international collaboration is needed with Mozambique.


 – A group of South Africans were targeted by insurgents in Palma earlier this week.

 – One SA national was killed in the violence, and repatriated to Mzansi yesterday.

 – A report from the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) claims ISIS ‘are now recruiting in South Africa’.

 – It’s also understood that a number of South Africans are implicated in the recent attacks in Mozambique.


Corné Mulder is the FF Plus’ spokesperson on International Affairs. He stated on Wednesday that the fight to repel ISIS ideology spreading across South Africa must begin at the borders, which are in ‘serious need’ of repair.


“There are many signs that the terror group ISIS already has a foothold in South Africa and it would be irresponsible of the ANC government not to take decisive action against this threat. Thus, the FF Plus is calling on Naledi Pandor, the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, to engage with the Mozambique government to discuss the matter.”


“The ANC must seriously focus on, among other things, the country’s borders and how to avert the risk there as a frontline defence. Unfortunately, it is a well-known and alarming fact that South Africa’s borders are permeable and the country’s intelligence services have drastically deteriorated – as it was recently mostly employed for ANC infighting.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 2, 2021, 8:04 a.m. No.13346549   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>1724

“Service Delivery | Coronationville without water for a month”-


“A month without running water. That's been the reality for many residents in Johannesburg's Coronationville. Neighbouring surburbs like Mayfair and Auckland Park have had days without electricity due to damaged towers in the area.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 2, 2021, 8:06 a.m. No.13346557   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8914 >>1538

“Mozambique Attack I Ramaphosa says SANDF troops sent to rescue South Africans from Palma”-


“President Cyril Ramaphosa says South Africa has sent SANDF troops to Palma, Mozambique. This follows a terrorist attack in the coastal town that left dozens dead including a South African. SABC News reporter Natasha Phiri asked the President about his thoughts on the insurgeny in the neighbouring country. Military operations continue in Palma following that attack that killed dozens and uprooted thousands. Portugal is also reportedly ready to send 60 soldiers to help train armed forces in Cabo Delgado. Meanwhile, a boat carrying survivors from Palma arrived in the port city of Pemba yesterday. Now let's get the latest from Mozambique we are joined via Zoom by Jasmine Opperman, an analyst with the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project”

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 2, 2021, 11:40 a.m. No.13347582   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Kenya has threatened to close two refugee camps in the country”-


“Kenya has threatened to close two refugee camps in the country. The ministry of interior released a tweet stating that the United Nations Human Rights Commission has been issued with a 14 day period to provide a roadmap on the closure of the camps. The ministry made it clear that there was no room for further negotiations”


Noteworthy statement;


6:51 – “Remember in 2016, the Kenyan government had a reason that… the reason they had given the ultimatum was most of the terrorism activities that were being planned inside the refugee camps but for now, they’re not giving any reason as to why they want to close the down the camps.”

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 2, 2021, 11:45 a.m. No.13347615   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6883 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

Originally linked in Canada #16 >>13345958

Nothing To See Here: Microsoft Files Patent To Mine Cryptos Using Human Brain Activity

by Tyler Durden

Thursday, Apr 01, 2021 - 11:20 PM


Today in "we are totally not heading head-first into a completely dystopian future at a billion miles an hour" news…


Microsoft is reportedly proposing a method to generate cryptocurrency by "monitoring people's brain activity and other personal biometric data," according to a new report in The Independent.


The company has reportedly filed for a patent called "Cryptocurrency System Using Body Activity Data" which details how a person could attach sensors to their body to "earn" cryptocurrency through mining. Microsoft is apparently not just satisfied with computers doing the crypto mining, they are pushing for mining via a "human body activity associated with a task".


The patent states: "For example, a brain wave or body heat emitted from the user when the user performs the task provided by an information service provider, such as viewing an advertisement or using certain internet services, can be used in the mining process."


It continues: "Instead of massive computation work required by some conventional cryptocurrency systems, data generated based on the body activity of the user can be proof-of-work, and therefore, a user can solve the computationally difficult problem unconsciously."


Such a system would require "hooking up" a device to sensors on the body that "detect the activity required of the user to generate the cryptocurrency." The report says that "body fluid flow" and "organ activity and movement" are two such body functions, along with brain waves and body heat, that could be monitored.


The patent lists 28 concepts for using such a system to mine for cryptocurrency.

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 2, 2021, 12:29 p.m. No.13347895   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8907 >>6312 >>2767 >>1731

Originally Canda #16 >>13344804

CIVITAS panel on COVID-19, 20 March 2021


I disagree with the premise that we know a lot about COVID-19, if that means we have knowledge drawn from PCR results.


SEROLOGY tests are based on PCR.


What can we really know about a virus that has not been isolated/purified? Which has no defintive symptom or set of symptoms that forms a cosnistent clinical diagnosis? Nothing much is known about this 'invisible enemy'.


On the other hand, the effects of the government restrictions are documented and the excess mortality that we are beinning to see now, is attributable to restrictions rather than this or that virus. But sorting it alloujt is going to be next to impossible. Means that the invisible enemy will fester forever.


The panel discussed the latter, not so much the virology re the restrictions. This is going to be the worse mess possible for all researchers. It all began with lousy policies surrounding PCR ITSELF.


The antibodies that may be produced after infection with SARS-CoV-2 will not necessarily protect you from getting sick again and it's not known how long they will remain in your body.

Anonymous ID: 196573 April 2, 2021, 1:41 p.m. No.13348332   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“President Cyril Ramaphosa remember the life of struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela”posted Apr 2, 2021, at [embedded]


“President Cyril Ramaphosa lead an ANC delegation today in a wreath-laying ceremony to honour and remember the life of struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.”


Noteworthy statement,


1:49 – “She [Winnie] was called the mother of the nation because not only of her standing but also for her deeds. The deeds that fired up the commitment and determination of many of our people to fight against the evil system of Apartheid.” [Yeah, by encouraging the killing and burning of fellow blacks. “ANC VIPs of Violence Full” at]


2:11 – “She did so at a critical time because of our struggle when our leaders were either incarcerated or when they were in exile. She fired up the movement inside the country and gave strength and courage to many of us because she was fearless. She was determined and she was the quintessential activist and feared nothing.”


3:53 – “Coming here means drawing inspiration, drawing a great memory of the life of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela but to also honour her and to respect her and to make sure that her name does remain prominent in the annuls of our movement. Inspiration with regard to promoting the interests of the African National Congress and making sure that we always put the ANC ahead of our own personal interests.”


9:33 – “As we draw inspiration from her [Winnie], we will walk the path of renewing the ANC, of uniting the ANC so that the ANC can, yes, be renewed and be strong again to do what it was charged to do in 1912.”



“ANC VIPs of Violence Full” at As this 1980s documentary states;


27:04, “Should it [ANC] succeed in its Marxist-Leninist revolutionary aims, all hope for a free democratic and prosperous society will be over. South Africa will become one more squalid, bankrupt and ruthless tyranny of the kind that countenances no reform and no criticism. Africa already has an abundance of these.”


27:49 – “It is equally clear to me that we in the West have hardly begun to inform ourselves about South Africa. We have refused to see that there are millions and millions of moderate black Africans with brave clever and long-suffering leaders, not one of them is properly listened to by most Western politicians and most Western media and this is to our great shame. Finally, too many of our political and moral leaders have accepted uncritically the authority and agenda of extremists, who have no proven mandate from the Black people of South Africa. ”


28:57 – “They look to see who is in the road to their path to power and they are not about improving the conditions of people. They are about taking power.”

Anonymous ID: 1de0fc April 3, 2021, 5:36 a.m. No.13352054   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>2068 >>6869 >>8907 >>6312 >>2767 >>1731

“Toyota Land Cruiser 78 receives WHO’s approval to transport vaccines”-


The manufacturer hopes to help developing countries overcome the pandemic with its refrigerated vehicle that can transport vaccines.


A novel development by the Toyota Motor Corporation and its partner companies could make a significant impact in the global fight against the coronavirus and beyond. The Japanese vehicle manufacturer created a customised Land Cruiser 78 vehicle that has refrigeration capabilities for transporting vaccines.


On Wednesday 31 March, Toyota announced that the vehicle, which is the first of its kind, obtained a Performance, Quality and Safety (PQS) prequalification for quality of medical devices and equipment from the World Health Organisation (WHO).


The PQS system makes it easier for developing countries without their own qualification system to easily identify high-quality medical products.


“This initiative contributes to the use of vaccines, addressing a social issue in developing countries,” said Toyota in a statement.


“In addition, this refrigerated vehicle for the vaccine can now be used under the international framework COVAX, which seeks to distribute vaccines for COVID-19 fairly to developing countries, and its use as a means of transportation of COVID-19 vaccines can also be expected.”


Toyota collaborated with one of its subsidiaries, Toyota Tsusho and B Medical Systems, a medical equipment manufacturer based in Luxembourg, to create the customised refrigerated vehicle.


B Medical Systems’ CF850 vaccine refrigerator, which has a storage capacity of 396 litres — or 400 vaccine packages — was attached to the base vehicle, a Toyota Land Cruiser 78.


The refrigerator has an independent battery and can operate for approximately 16 hours without a power supply. However, the cold storage unit can be charged by the vehicle while driving and can also be replenished with an external power source when parked.


“For this project, Toyota Tsusho, Toyota, and B-Medical Systems, have joined forces with the same goal in mind. We will continue to make efforts so that the obtainment of PQS for the refrigerated vehicle for vaccines will contribute to the Safety and Security of the region,” said the companies.


Toyota noted that approximately 20% of the volume of vaccines supplied to developing countries are disposed of annually because they become unusable because of temperature changes during transportation and inadequate infrastructure.


“General mandatory vaccines for infants usually require storage at 2 to 8°C, and cannot be used if not stored under proper temperature management,” said the vehicle manufacturer.

Anonymous ID: 1de0fc April 3, 2021, 5:39 a.m. No.13352068   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772



Keep in mind.


“ISIS jihadists love driving Toyotas, US wonders why”posted Oct 13, 2015, Noteworthy statement;


0:50 – “Well, last year the US was reported to have sent a fleet of Toyota trucks to militants from the Free Syrian Army. The vehicles were part of a large aid delivery to the so-called moderate Syrian opposition and on Monday, a US military cargo plane air dropped more than 50 tons of ammunition to rebel groups throughout the conflict. Washington also supplied them with anti-tank missiles and grenades. And it’s not the only nation to provide the rebel groups with the support, the UK supplying body armor and SUVs worth millions that’s despite the Free Syrian Army commander’s previously admitting to collaborating with the Islamic State in attacking government positions in Syria.”


“Why Do Extremists Drive Toyotas?, Asks US” dated October 7, 2015,


Toyota has spoken with U.S. officials about the prominent use of its vehicles by extremists in Syria, Iraq, and Libya.


Toyota trucks are conspicuous in extremist propaganda and are often what carry ISIS fighters into war with large-caliber weapons affixed to truck beds.


The company says it maintains “a strict policy to not sell vehicles to potential purchasers who may use or modify them for paramilitary or terrorist activities.”


The Treasury Department’s Terrorism and Financial Intelligence wing monitors monetary transfers and the flow of goods that could aid terrorists, and an abundance of any company’s product being used by extremists would draw attention. Yet such inquiries are often part of a more comprehensive look into how money and material flows in areas of strife where extremists operate.


Toyota released a statement that suggested just such an inquiry.


“We are committed to complying fully with the laws and regulations of each country or region where we operate, and require our dealers and distributors to do the same,” the company said. “We are supporting the U.S. Treasury Department’s broader inquiry into international supply chains and the flow of capital and goods in the Middle East.”


The Treasury declined to comment Wednesday on any specific inquiry.


“In line with our usual approach to understanding ISIL’s financial and economic activities, we are working closely with foreign counterparts and stakeholders worldwide,” the Treasury Department said in a printed statement, referring to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, another name for ISIS.


While there are procedures in place to help prevent its products from being diverted for unauthorized military use, according to Toyota, the company says that it’s impossible for it or any automaker to control the channels through which its vehicles can be misappropriated, stolen or resold by third parties.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 3, 2021, 8:02 a.m. No.13352493   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8914 >>1538

“Tomas Queface unpacks the challenges journalists face on the ground amid the crisis in Mozambique”-


“The plight of journalists to work freely and report accurately on the attacks has been a challenging one for many years. Mozambican journalist, Tomas Queface unpacks the challenges journalists are currently facing on the ground amid the crisis in Mozambique.”

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 3, 2021, 11:10 a.m. No.13353267   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

Will the refugee camp(s) in Mozambique have a similar future?


“Warnings ISIS is being recreated in Syria” posted Mar 27, 2021, at


“A senior Kurdish commander warns thousands of radicalised women and children are recreating an ISIS caliphate inside camps in Syria. Violent punishment attacks are increasing and in recent weeks there have been more than a dozen murders.”


“Syria refugee camp 'womb' for new generation of IS extremists as killings surge”dated 18 February 2021 at


Around 27,000 non-Syrian children are living in the camp but governments appear reluctant to take them back.


Killings have surged at a huge refugee camp in Syria housing Islamic State sympathisers, prompting warnings it is the "womb" for a new generation of extremists.


Twenty men and women were killed last month in al Hawl, which houses more than 60,000 people in the north east of the country.


It is more than triple the deaths of recent months, and among those murdered were an Iraqi man who was beheaded and a police officer shot with a silenced pistol.


IS militants punishing enemies and intimidating those who stray from their extremist line are largely believed to be responsible, according to Syrian Kurdish forces running the camp.


The violence has prompted a fresh warning that the thousands of children in al Hawl risk being radicalised if they stay there.


There is a call for repatriations - slowed by the coronavirus pandemic - to speed up for the 10,000 foreign-born people in the camp.


"Al Hawl will be the womb that will give birth to new generations of extremists," said Abdullah Suleiman Ali, a Syrian researcher who studies jihadi groups.

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 3, 2021, 11:13 a.m. No.13353282   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6883 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

“Between Refuge and Radicalisation” – Part 1dated 7th September 2017 at Below are a few excerpts.


On 4 September, Lebanese authorities announced that they were taking measures to prevent the Ain al-Hilweh refugee camp in Sidon, a coastal city south of Beirut, from being a safe haven for extremists, by repatriating extremists and their families to Syria. The camp, originally built for, and still administered by, displaced Palestinians, has been the subject of reports of ISIS flags flying and posters displayed of the group’s self-proclaimed caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as well as Osama bin Laden. Lebanese authorities have even built a wall to prevent jihadis infiltrating, amid reports that al-Qaeda fighters in Syria had used such camps as safe rear bases for recovery.


The Syrian conflict has been the major contributor to the greatest refugee crisis since the Second World War. Accompanying urgent humanitarian needs have been concerns that camps for refugees and internally displaced people (IDPs) are become fertile recruitment grounds for extremist radicalisation. Evidence points to extremist groups attempting to take advantage of the precarious situation of refugee communities. Researcher Nikita Malik found daily attempts in jihadi propaganda to radicalise refugees. Yet extremist violence is often the very force that has driven these people from their homes.


Such concerns are not a new phenomenon. Refugee camps often pose security challenges for host countries, and there has been evidence of extremists trying to influence vulnerable communities in camps in Pakistan, Somalia, and Yemen, where militants have used them for recruitment, shelter, and food. The simultaneous transience and permanence of such camps mean they often become microcosms for neighbouring conflicts, as grievances, sectarian sentiment, a lack of job opportunities, and uncertain identities risk becoming deeply rooted across generations.


Yarmouk, a third-generation refugee camp designed to host Palestinian refugees in Syria that has now become a fully integrated district of Damascus, is the site of ongoing contests between rebels, jihadi groups, and government forces, a stone’s throw from Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s power base. In April 2015, it was reported that ISIS controlled 90 per cent of the camp.


In Jordan, military commanders have expressed great concern about the growing influence of ISIS in the sprawling Rukban camp on the country’s border with Syria. One commander said the group was “trying to control it and create cells inside the camp.” Extremists can operate in a governance vacuum with relative immunity, with self-policing structures developing in camps, as Syrian tribal and rebel groups fill the vacuum left by absent security forces and aid workers.


Turkey’s city of Gaziantep, the centre of gravity for many of the country’s main camps for displaced Syrians, has cultivated a hybrid ecosystem of refugee communities, extremist recruiters, and international NGOs. In such environments, there is a tension between pressing humanitarian needs and longer-term developmental concerns. In Lebanon, for example, between 50 and 80 per cent of the 360,000 school-age refugee children are out of school, prompting concern about the long-term prospects of young people and their vulnerability to extremist narratives, as reports indicate that jihadi groups offer food and financial incentives to radicalise young refugees.

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 3, 2021, 11:14 a.m. No.13353287   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6883 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

“Between Refuge and Radicalisation” – Part 2dated 7th September 2017 at Below are a few excerpts.


This phenomenon, prompted and exacerbated by the disintegration of Syria, is part of a global picture. In 2015, Kenya announced it was to shut the sprawling Dadaab refugee camp, the world’s largest, claiming that al-Shabaab militants from neighbouring Somalia had infiltrated the camp, amid concerns the group was using the location as a platform to extend its operations across Kenya. Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto claimed the camp served as a centre for recruitment, radicalisation, and the training and planning of terrorist attacks by al-Shabaab.


While Dadaab’s fate remains uncertain, experts such as the Atlantic Council’s Joshua Meservey have raised serious concerns about the potential implications of closure, including agitating fragile communal tensions and forcing desperate civilians into the hands of al-Shabaab. Although closing camps might be electorally popular, such decisions risk worsening regional stability and people’s vulnerability to extremism.


Boko Haram’s shifting insurgency tactics in the Lake Chad Basin have involved impersonating refugees in order to carry out attacks. More than 800 Nigerian refugees, half of whom are children, were repatriated from Cameroon in July because of suspicion by authorities that the group may comprise some Boko Haram elements, according to the United Nations refugee agency. Meanwhile, two women disguised as refugees killed at least 56 people and injured 80 in February 2016 at Dikwa camp, which houses some 50,000 IDPs, mainly women and children rescued by the Nigerian Army. Such attacks risk turning the victims of the Boko Haram insurgency into potential suspects.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 3, 2021, 12:37 p.m. No.13353660   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3698 >>7233 >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Niger Politics I Newly elected President Mohamed Bazoum sworn in after coup failure” and attacks in Mali are also discussed-


“Niger's newly elected President Mohamed Bazoum has been sworn in. The democratic watershed was overshadowed by an alleged coup bid two days ago. In the early hours of Wednesday, gunfire broke out around the presidential palace in the capital Niamey. Kassoum Coulibaly is a Mali-based rights activist and social entrepreneur. He joined to help us understand Niger politics.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 3, 2021, 12:46 p.m. No.13353692   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8919 >>6348

“Gangsterism among the youth”-


“Parents of a teenager killed in a suspected gang-related shooting in Westbury, Johannesburg, say they've lost trust in the police. Two 16-year-olds were gunned down in front of a tuckshop on Thursday. A third teen is fighting for his life in hospital. Police are investigating two cases of murder and three of attempted murder.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 4, 2021, 5:07 a.m. No.13357228   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7233 >>6883 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766



Social Entrepreneurship seems to be another form of socialism, thanks to the deep state defines it as;


Individuals who start their own business are motivated by many different things. Some people want the freedom of being their own boss or want to pursue their true passion. Others have dreams of making a lot of money and building an empire. However, in the past several years, a new type of entrepreneur has emerged: the social entrepreneur.


Social entrepreneurship is the process by which individuals, startups and entrepreneurs develop and fund solutions that directly address social issues. A social entrepreneur, therefore, is a person who explores business opportunities that have a positive impact on their community, in society or the world.


While sometimes confused with nonprofit organizations, social entrepreneurship is a for-profit endeavor, even though a greater emphasis is placed on creating social or environmental changes.


Open Society Foundation at states; “Since 2009, we have awarded scholarships to young people from Haiti, Mozambique, Liberia, and Sierra Leone to study natural resource management and social entrepreneurship at EARTH [University in Costa Rica]. Successful applicants have strong academic backgrounds and leadership qualities and have demonstrated a commitment to open society values such as respect for human and equal rights. Students vary in age; first year students range anywhere between 18 and 29 years old. Their education may have been disrupted by years of civil war or their lives significantly altered due to natural disaster and loss of life. While they come from different countries with different histories, they share some common, admirable threads.”


Skoll Foundation at states; “In 1999, Jeff Skoll created the Foundation to build a sustainable world of peace and prosperity for all. The Skoll Foundation catalyzes transformational social change by investing in, connecting, and championing social entrepreneurs and other social innovators who together advance bold and equitable solutions to the world’s most pressing problems.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 4, 2021, 5:09 a.m. No.13357233   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6883 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766




Kassoum Coulibaly Biography


Mr. Kassoum Coulibaly is an economist, a strategist, an intellectual and social entrepreneur motivated and committed for the global economic progress, the global sustainable development and the universal peace promotion with more than 15 years working experience with Youth and Women across Africa and the World. He is now dedicating all his life for the promotion of and protection of Women’s Rights, Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women Worldwide.


He has worked for several United Nations (UN) organizations like UNESCO, UNDP, UNV and UNCTAD as Consultant and Project Associate in Africa. And also engaged with some famous global organizations like the International Association of Students in Economics and Commerce (AIESEC) and Junior Chamber International (JCI) where he holds leadership positions in the past.


As an Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF), Mr. Coulibaly is also currently supporting the promotion of entrepreneurship among Youth and Women organizations for more than ten (10) years) in the issues of information and communication, education and training, technical assistance and consulting, studies and research.


In 2015-2016, he has been selected as one of the UN Women’s Empower Women Program Global Champion for Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE) where he demonstrated his ability in supporting rural women entrepreneurs. In 2016-2017, he is currently one of the UN Women’s Empower Women Program Mentor in the Business Development Group (BDG).


Mr. Coulibaly is the Founder, President and CEO of the Global Institute for Women’s Empowerment Group (GIWE GROUP), a member of MenEngage Global Alliance and also the National Coordinator of MenEngage Network Mali. He is also a UN Women’s HeForShe Initiative Member.


He is also the Co-Founder of the African Development Group (ADG), the African Mining Alliance (AMA), the Alliance for African Renaissance (ARA) and the African Youth Center (AYC).


He obtained an Associate’s Degree in Economics and Development at the University of Bouaké (Côte d’Ivoire), Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Management at the University of Bamako (Mali) in 2000. He also obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Human Rights from the Centre Universitaire Henry Dunant (CUHD) in Geneva (Switzerland) in 2008, a Certificate in Mineral Policy and Contract Negotiation from the University of Johannesburg (UJ) in South Africa in 2013 and a Certificate in Business and Human Rights at the University of Pretoria (UP) in South Africa.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 4, 2021, 5:10 a.m. No.13357237   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6883 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

“How Western Mali could become a gold mine for terrorists”- Below are a few excerpts.


On 9 April 2020, al-Qaeda-affiliated groups operating in the Sahel attacked a security and customs post on the Bamako-Kayes road in Mali’s western Kayes region. Four months later, on 5 August, groups attacked another post located on the Nioro-Kayes stretch.


These and other incidents signal that the region, which borders Guinea, Mauritania and Senegal, is increasingly becoming a hotbed of extremist violence. On 8 February 2021, Senegalese authorities announced that they had dismantled a katiba Macina support cell, in the border town of Kidira, just across the border from Kayes.


While Western Mali largely remains off the radar for stabilisation efforts, emerging trends suggest that violent extremist groups have identified this region’s strategic value. With an estimated 77% of Mali’s gold production, the Kayes region could be a windfall for them. The industry is central to Mali’s economy as it provides 75% of export revenues, 25% of the country’s budget, and 8% of the country’s gross domestic product.


Institute for Security Studies (ISS) research in Kayes shows long-standing vulnerabilities linked to the gold mining industry that extremists could exploit – not just to implant themselves in the region but to expand into Guinea and Senegal.


Earlier ISS research in the tri-border Liptako-Gourma region, straddling northern Burkina, southern Mali and western Niger, shows that groups operating in the Sahel are already tapping into gold mining. This helps them obtain the financial, logistical and operational resources needed to carry out attacks and sustain themselves. They do so partly by exploiting popular resentment, among other challenges, linked to government management of the mining sector. This enables them to recruit new members, gain communities’ support, and expand their operational reach.


Despite the Kayes situation, stakeholders have primarily focused on preventing and countering violent extremism in Mali’s northern and central regions. These regions remain relevant, but the west needs urgent attention too.


Regardless of government regulation efforts, most artisanal mining sites in the region continue to operate illegally. The sector is controlled by traditional leaders who aren’t always fully aware of violent extremists’ implantation strategies through the control of local resources.


Artisanal gold mining in the region is anchored in cross-border trafficking. Traditional miners told ISS Today that chemicals used in mining (cyanide and mercury) and several narcotic drugs were brought to the region through illegal networks operating from Benin, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Morocco, Senegal and Togo. These multiple, generally loose networks could serve as conduits in the illicit gold trade, helping fund the violent extremists.


Violent extremist groups also use social tensions and frustrations linked to local land disputes – a grievance that has formed fertile ground for them to take hold elsewhere in the Sahel. Local communities resent the government for allocating them land they argue has fewer gold deposits than those the state gives to mining companies.


Several artisanal sites open onto the perimeters of industrial mines with the support of community leaders. Miners are often forcibly evicted by defence and security forces, resulting in violent clashes. This has nurtured perceptions of the state favouring industrial mining companies.


Communities in the Kayes region also feel neglected and marginalised. Despite the region’s rich natural resources and the resulting income for the national economy, infrastructure is poor, and basic social services scarce. Successive governments have made little investment in roads, health, education and electricity supply.


Feeling resentful, communities increasingly resort to violence as a form of dispute resolution and challenge the Malian state’s legitimacy. Violent clashes such as the 2018 conflict in Kéniéba illustrate this trend. One person died, official buildings were burnt and the town was left paralysed for three days.


Such incidents offer a potential entry point for recruitment and implantation by violent extremist groups keen on expanding their folds.

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 4, 2021, 7:43 a.m. No.13357939   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Eastern Cape women say little is being done to protect them from gender-based violence”-


“Women in Centane in the Eastern Cape say not enough is being done to protect them from gender-based violence. Community members paid their last respects to 69-year-old Nofirst Koko today. She was murdered and villagers claim the suspect is still walking the streets freely.”

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 4, 2021, 7:44 a.m. No.13357943   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0477 >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Zolani Mkiva on murder and assault against women suspected of practising witchcraft”-


“Possible steps being taken to support and create awareness to end gender-based violence (GBV) in the form of murder and assault against women suspected of practising witchcraft. Zolani Mkiva is the Council of Traditional Leaders of South Africa's General Secretary.”

Anonymous ID: 1de0fc April 4, 2021, 8:17 a.m. No.13358156   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“G7 countries call for an investigation into alleged human rights abuses in the Tigray region”-


“The United States, Germany, France and other G7 countries are calling for an independent and transparent investigation into alleged human rights abuses during the conflict in Ethiopia's northern Tigray region. Thousands of people died and hundreds of thousands have been forced from their homes. Ethiopia's Ambassador to the United Nations says his country has a zero-tolerance policy for sexual crimes. He says anyone found responsible for such despicable acts will be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law. He was speaking to the Reuters news agency after a detailed humanitarian briefing at the UN revealed mass rapes had occurred. He says more than 500 rape cases had been reported to five clinics in the country's Tigray region warning that the actual numbers are likely much higher. Meanwhile, Staff from Médecins Sans Frontières last week reported seeing Ethiopian soldiers shoot dead four male civilians after ordering them off a bus near the regional capital Mekelle. To discuss the latest on the situation in the Tigray region we're joined now by Abdullahi Boru Halakhe - Horn of Africa Policy and Security Analyst.”

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 4, 2021, 9:58 a.m. No.13358662   🗄️.is 🔗kun


The "Great Goonan" podcast #12?


Trying awful hard for viewers aren't you?


No thanks from me, I'll pass

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 4, 2021, 10:36 a.m. No.13358916   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8914 >>1538

“Mozambique attack: Oil and gas held promise, what went wrong?” – Part 1-


The Liquified National Gas (LNG) LNG projects in the northern Cabo Delgado area of Mozambique represented a silver lining of hope.


Recent events in Palma, a town in the volatile Cabo Delgado province in the north of Mozambique, have taken bloodshed in the region to new levels. Dozens of people were killed when hundreds of Islamist militants stormed the town on Wednesday, 25 March. They targeted shops, banks and a military barracks.


The attack has been devastating for the people living in the area – as well as the country. The escalating violence has already left at least a thousand dead and displaced hundreds of thousands more.


The conflict has put a temporary lid on plans that have been in the making for more than a decade since rich liquefied natural gas (LNG) deposits were discovered in the Rovuma Basin, just off the coast of Cabo Delgado. Western majors like Total, Exxon Mobil, Chevron and BP entered the Mozambique LNG industry as well as Japan’s Mitsui, Malaysia’s Petronas and China’s CNPC.


The gas projects are estimated to be worth US$60 billion in total. Some observers recently predicted that Mozambique could become one of the top ten LNG producers in the world.


The development of the projects had led to the area becoming a hive of economic activity.


The plan was for Palma to become a LNG manufacturing hub where hundreds of skilled workers would be located. And, more broadly, the hope was that it would drive the rapid advancement of a country that ranks close to the bottom of the United Nations Human Development Index. More than 70% of the population have been classified as “multidimensionally poor” by the United Nations Development Programme.


The LNG projects in the northern Cabo Delgado area represented a silver lining of hope. Since 2012 the major multinational energy companies have spent billions of dollars on developing the offshore gas sites. Today, offshore exploration in the Cabo Delgado area includes Africa’s three largest LNG projects. These are the Mozambique LNG Project (involving Total and previously Anadarko) worth $20 billion; the Coral FLNG Project (involving Eni and Exxon Mobil) worth $4.7 billion; and the Rovuma LNG Project (involving Exxon Mobil, Eni and CNPC) worth $30 billion.


Production was scheduled to start in 2024 but intensifying attacks near the gas site on the Afungi peninsula are now posing serious challenges to the production time lines.


There have been no material benefits for the people of Cabo Delgado thus far. Moreover, many local people feel deeply aggrieved because many were evicted and had to relocate soon after the discovery of gas in Cabo Delgado to make way for LNG infrastructure development.




Cabo Delgado is Mozambique’s most northern province. Neglected over many years, the people who live there have been politically marginalised. And the area is underdeveloped.


Since independence in 1975 investment, and rising incomes, were largely confined to the capital Maputo in the south as well as the southern parts of the country.


In addition, the central government in Maputo has only had a fragile and precarious control over the territory and borders of the country. A 16-year civil war that involved clashes between the central government and Renamo, a militant organisation and political movement during the liberation struggle and now opposition party, claimed more than a million lives.

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 4, 2021, 10:36 a.m. No.13358922   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8914 >>1538

“Mozambique attack: Oil and gas held promise, what went wrong?” – Part 2-


More recently, since 2017, the militant Islamic movement, Ansar al-Sunna, locally known as Al-Shabaab, has been active in Cabo Delgado. It now poses the biggest security threat in the country, rendering some of the northern parts almost ungovernable.


The militants took advantage of the Mozambican government’s failure to exercise control over the entire territory of the country.


Ansar al-Sunna reportedly pledged allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in April 2018. It was acknowledged as an affiliate of ISIS-Core in August 2019. In view of this, the US Department of State has designated Ansar al-Sunna Mozambique, which it refers to as ISIS-Mozambique, as a foreign terrorist organisation.


What makes this armed force so significant is that the movement has orchestrated a series of large scale and targeted attacks. In 2020 this led to the temporary capturing of the strategic port of Mocimboa da Praia in Cabo Delgado.


In addition, the turbulence caused by the militants’ attacks has displaced nearly 670,000 people within northern Mozambique. Obviously, foreign companies in the LNG industry with their considerable investments feel threatened, especially at the current stage where final investment decisions have to be taken.


In recent months the situation in Cabo Delgado has gone from bad to worse. In November 2020, dozens of people were reportedly beheaded by the militants. Now the bloodshed has spread to Palma.


Amid the development of an increasingly alarming human rights situation towards the end of last year, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, appealed for urgent measures to protect civilians. She described the situation as “desperate” and one of “grave human rights abuses”. Bachelet also stated that more than 350,000 people had been displaced since 2018.




There is little doubt that Islamist insurgents are increasing the scale of their activities in Cabo Delgado. A lack of governance and a proper security response by both the Mozambican government and southern African leaders make this a case of high political risk for the LNG industry.


The escalation of the insurgency can potentially jeopardise the successful unlocking of Mozambique’s resource wealth. Until now, the main LNG installations and sites have not been targeted, but the attacks in Palma have brought the turbulence dangerously close to some of the installations.


The Mozambican armed forces are clearly stretched beyond the point where they can protect the local communities. A part of the solution lies in Southern African Development Community or at least South African military support to stabilise Cabo Delgado and restore law and order in the short term. Wider international support might even be necessary.


But this would require the Mozambican government to change its stance by allowing multinational foreign military forces on its soil.


At the same time, a long term solution should be pursued. This will require better governance of the northern areas and the local people in what has been called a forgotten province.


It is clear that Cabo Delgado is an area which the central government in Maputo is unable to control, govern effectively, or even influence. In short, weak state institutions – including weak armed forces – are key to the problems of Mozambique and specifically the turbulence in the northern parts.

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 4, 2021, 10:56 a.m. No.13359044   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6883 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

Originally Midnight Riders #338 >>75256


Russia's Lavrov Warns Of Surging Anti-White Racism In US


Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says there is surging “aggression against white people” in the United States and that it is harming efforts to fight racism.


Lavrov made the comments during an interview with political scientists that was broadcast on national television. “We were pioneers of the movement promoting equal rights of people of any skin color,” said Lavrov, adding that “everyone wants to get rid of racism.” However, he emphasized how it was important “not to switch to the other extreme which we saw during the ‘BLM’ (Black Lives Matter) events and the aggression against white people, white U.S. citizens.” Lavrov also insisted that forces within the U.S. were trying to spread a “cultural revolution” around the world by forcing “diversity” down everyone’s throats. “Hollywood is now also changing its rules so that everything reflects the diversity of modern society,” he said, labeling it “a form of censorship.”


Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday warned that anti-white racism might be building in the United States and said that political correctness "taken to the extreme" would have lamentable consequences


— The Moscow Times (@MoscowTimes) April 2, 2021


“I’ve seen Black people play in Shakespeare’s comedies. Only I don’t know when there will be a white Othello,” Lavrov said. “You see this is absurd. Political correctness taken to the point of absurdity will not end well,” he concluded.


As we previously highlighted, after every mass shooting, journalists and leftists rush to blame white people even before the perpetrator has been identified. In the case of the Boulder supermarket shooting, this backfired massively after it was revealed that the gunman was an Islamist immigrant from the Middle East. After the Atlanta shooting attack which targeted massage parlors, the media once again whipped up hysteria over “white supremacy,” despite the fact that authorities found absolutely zero evidence the assault was motivated by race. This led New York Times contributor Damon Young to assert that “whiteness is a pandemic” and “the only way to stop it is to locate it, isolate it, extract it, and kill it.” "He was not fired from his job at The Root and the New York Times refused to condemn him — such proclamations are what they pay him for!” writes Chris Menahan.


This narrative, in addition to Critical Race Theory, which teaches that all the United States’ problems are the fault of white people, has clearly created an atmosphere where race hate directed towards white people is not only tolerated, it is openly encouraged.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 4, 2021, 11:36 a.m. No.13359222   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6883 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766



“Part 11: Further exposure of Bill Gates, being involved in some of the most polluting companies in the world. Exposing his money fraud and redefining philanthropy…”


Gates’s investments include big mining companies [Barrick Gold, BHP Billiton, Freeport McMoRan, Glencore, Rio Tinto, Vedanta, Vale, Anglo American, Peabody Energy], agribusiness companies [Nestle, Unilever, Archer Daniels Midland, Kraft, Mondelez International], chemical and pharmaceutical corporations [BASF, Dow Chemical, GlaxoSmithKline, Novartis, Pfizer], beverage corporations [Coca-Cola, Diageo, PepsiCo, SABMiller], construction companies [Caterpillar], defense contractors [Bae Systems], fossil fuel companies [BP, Anadarko Petroleum, Shell, ConocoPhillips, Chevron, Total, Petrobras]


It is worth watching the documentary.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 4, 2021, 11:58 a.m. No.13359328   🗄️.is 🔗kun

“Brutal battle between WhatsApp and South Africa's GovChat”-


“Tech Giant, Facebook has been interdicted and restrained by the Competition Tribunal from removing GovChat from its Whatsapp Business account. For more, Founder and CEO of GovChat, Eldrid Jordaan elaborates.”

Anonymous ID: ae046d April 4, 2021, 12:10 p.m. No.13359397   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8919 >>6348

“Spikes in road stop vehicle, driver robbed, shot and killed, De Wildt”-


The Provincial Commissioner of North West, Lieutenant General Sello Kwena has condemned in the strongest possible terms the alleged execution style murder of a 58-year-old Sello Kgasi by heartless criminals in De Wildt area in the policing precinct of Mmakau.


The incident occurred on Friday, 2 April 2021 at about 00:55. It is alleged that Kgasi was driving from Rosslyn towards Brits in a white Toyota Quantum minibus on the R566 road between Mmakau and Brits and accompanied by two female passengers.


The vehicle got puncture after it drove over spikes that were spread in the road near Solar Panels camp. Kgasi allegedly stopped the vehicle to fix the puncture, but was ambushed and shot by two suspects who were armed with firearms.


As a result, Kgasi was fatally wounded and the suspects robbed him of his personal pistol and other belongings. Furthermore, the suspects also robbed the two passengers an undisclosed amount of cash and their cellular phones. According to the reports, the suspects who are still at large, were communicating in Shona.


The Provincial Commissioner has since mobilised the 72-hour Activation Plan which include the deployment of various units to trace and apprehend the suspects. “The public, especially motorists are warned to be very vigilant when approaching that area at night as it is becoming a crime hotspot. We will leave no stone unturned in ensuring that alleged perpetrators are brought to book,” concluded Lieutenant General Kwena.

Anonymous ID: ae046d April 4, 2021, 12:11 p.m. No.13359403   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8919 >>6348

“36 Farm attacks, 5 farm murders in South Africa, March 2021”-


During the month of March 2021, there were thirty six farm attacks and five farm murders in South Africa. Two farm attacks were successfully averted during this period.


During the month of February 2021, there were seventeen farm attacks and three farm murders in the country and one farm attack was successfully averted.


During January 2021 there were twenty one farm attacks and three attacks were successfully averted.


During December 2020, there were thirty three farm attacks and ten farm murders in the country.


For the period 1 January to 31 December 2020, on average, a farmer in South Africa was murdered every 4.7 days. There were 77 farm murders and 446 farm attacks, that is an attack every 1.2 days, in the country.


Black leaders who regularly call for the killing of farmers need to be made accountable.

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 4, 2021, 12:53 p.m. No.13359583   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“ANC war turns ugly as team Ace Magashule and Jacob Zuma vow to shut down South Africa” – Part 1dated 04/04/2021 at


The fight for the soul of the ANC could take an uglier turn as supporters of secretary-general Ace Magashule and former president Jacob Zuma plan a series of shutdowns around the country, beginning this week.


City Press reported that the shutdowns will coincide with the 30-day period that Magashule has been given by the national executive committee (NEC) to step down from his position or face disciplinary action.


Among the supporters’ demands is that “the ANC recalls the president of the country and his Cabinet”.


The planned actions go against the directive given by the NEC, as enunciated by President Cyril Ramaphosa in his televised speech, that no party members are to convene media briefings, march or canvass support for any members who are criminally charged.


Circulars being distributed among the so-called radical economic transformation (RET) group call for the disruption of “key points”.


“We must block national roads, metro roads, all access roads to and from business hubs, and those access points coming to and from their rich suburbs,” it reads.


It also urges “progressive political parties, NGOs, civil organisations, faith-based organisations, the MK veterans, ANC RET forces and supporters of progressive policies” to join the “#CRMMustFall shutdown”.


It adds that “details of key points and logistics will be communicated” at a later stage.




In Magashule’s home province of the Free State, where much of the mobilisation is taking place, the secretary-general’s loyalists include senior officials who this week called a media briefing denouncing the NEC decision. They called on Ramaphosa to make the accounts of the funding for his campaign to become ANC president in 2017 public within 30 days.


A Free State provincial executive committee member said: “Don’t be fooled. Magashule still enjoys great support within the organisation [the ANC] and these sentiments [contained in the factional circular] echo the stance of many within the party.”


“While some might say he’s mobilising support and thus going against NEC resolutions, we don’t see it that way.”


He said the support was coming from “NEC members, provincial executive committee members from the Free State and other provinces, its former members who were kicked out like dogs by this current administration, ground forces who identify more with Magashule’s demeanour and disgruntled ANC members who face the same fate as that faced by Magashule”.


The provincial executive committee member said: “The fight-back strategy is simple: get the branches and ground forces behind you and you win the soul of the party.


Forget the leaders and the men in suits – it’s the structures that have a stronger say in who leads them.”


He added that the fact that Magashule was on the ground, as he was this week during a whistle-stop tour of Soweto, would give him “a lifeline as the clock ticks towards the 30 days he’s been given to step down”.


NEC members close to Magashule told City Press that the secretary-general had personally placed his bets on the party’s branches calling for a special conference, which he hoped would exempt him from the step-aside resolution.


“Within the leeway afforded to him by the NEC, Magashule is consulting former leaders and engaging with regions, including Gauteng, the Free State, Limpopo and KwaZulu-Natal. While some might say he’s mobilising support and thus going against NEC resolutions, we don’t see it that way. We see it as him utilising his right to engage and seek counsel. Branches are the heart of our movement and if they deem it necessary to put pressure on national office-bearers to reverse their decision, then so be it,” said an NEC member.


Another NEC member said: “I don’t think the secretary-general is against the planned national shutdown because it’s beneficial for him, but I think he might have preferred to shake things up quietly. However, at this point, it’s time to try any means necessary. There was talk of getting those who support him in the NEC to resign en masse, which would force the party to hold a special conference, but not all might follow through with that and, should it fail, it would come as another embarrassment.”

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 4, 2021, 12:55 p.m. No.13359589   🗄️.is 🔗kun

“ANC war turns ugly as team Ace Magashule and Jacob Zuma vow to shut down South Africa” – Part 2dated 04/04/2021 at




Free State spokesperson Thabo Meeko said that “technically”, the media briefing by the Free State regional leaders was permitted by the party.


“The ANC does allow for any member at any level, even the regional leaders who held the media briefing, to air their thoughts. This, however, is supposed to be in line with party policies and regulations and in accordance with party resolutions. Given that the briefing happened before the president’s address stating that party members were barred from organising and mobilising against the step-aside resolution, the regional leaders weren’t in breach of any resolution.”


“What you might see happening is RET members who aren’t known taking to the streets in their numbers on April 5, with the leaders taking a back seat and respecting the resolutions.”


However, Meeko added that the provincial executive committee “frowned on” the leaders’ actions and was not in support of such open defiance of a sitting NEC at the time.


About the circular, Meeko said the party regarded it as “a form of anarchy”.


A Limpopo ANC leader told City Press: “We’ve received word from comrades in the Free State and Gauteng and we’re also engaging with branches in Limpopo seeking not only to join the national shutdown, but also to be among the branches set to raise their voices in calling for a special conference that will definitely exempt the secretary-general from this step-aside resolution that’s now being weaponised.”


The Gauteng RET grouping had been planning to hold a meeting today to strategise and get support for former president Jacob Zuma and Magashule, but this was called off on Friday after the ANC threatened action against those who attended.


A Gauteng leader who identifies as an RET member said of the aborted meeting that “the timing was meant so that we [RET forces and those sympathetic to Magashule] can strategise and get instructions from the command centre … on what course of actions to take the next day, when the national shutdown is scheduled”.


The RET member said that, despite the statement announcing that there would be no mass meeting, “a plan is still being hatched to ensure that Magashule retains his position”.


“What you might see happening is RET members who aren’t known taking to the streets in their numbers on April 5, with the leaders taking a back seat and respecting the resolutions.


“RET members are also branch leaders and members, and will continue to canvass support for the secretary-general in order to force a special conference. At this point, a special conference is the only thing that will ensure that our leader [Magashule] retains his position. We’re hoping for a prolonged mass action, though, on April 5 that will show the leaders how serious we are about them recalling Ramaphosa and his Cabinet,” he said.




The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) this week ruled that the 2018 election of the ANC’s Free State provincial executive committee had been unlawful and unconstitutional after disgruntled members of the provincial party challenged the election, saying audits of ANC branches had not been done.


A senior ANC member within the Ramaphosa camp said this could come as a blessing in disguise for Magashule: “Given that the provincial executive committee, who’ve been very evidently behind the secretary-general, are now free to fully express their support without consequence, they don’t have positions from which they can be suspended.”


However, since Magashule still enjoys great backing from the provincial leadership, which appears to be the command centre for the fight-back campaign, the court ruling could throw a spanner in the works because the Ramaphosa camp could appoint an interim structure more sympathetic to the president.


This would upset the fight-back campaign’s plans.


The ANC member also noted that “the financial taps that come with holding those positions of power in the province could now be closed – and at the wrong time, as they need financial backing to forge a serious fight-back”.


Branch structures that fall under the Matjhabeng Local Municipality, where Magashule loyalist Nkosinjani Speelman is mayor, have written to him and asked the provincial leadership to act against him for being party to the defiant anti-NEC briefing.


They said Speelman should “cease and desist” from purporting to speak on their behalf.


The ANC Youth League Free State provincial task team also wrote a statement supporting the NEC.


“We are convinced a charlatan like Ace, who thrives on chaotic moments and disunity, will find it hard to resign and save our organisation embarrassment,” read the statement.

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 4, 2021, 8:41 p.m. No.13362389   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8914 >>1538

Originally General Research #16928 >>13362356


Islamic State Mozambique Invasion Sent Thousands Fleeing Country


More than 50,000 people have been affected by recent Islamic terror attacks in northeastern Mozambique and need food assistance, the World Food Program (WFP) said Thursday.


Hundreds of terrorists believed to be linked to the Islamic State (ISIS) attacked the Mozambican natural gas hub of Palma, located in Cabo Delgado province, on March 24. The jihadis laid siege to the city for several days and killed dozens of Palma residents, including foreigners contracted to work at a nearby liquefied gas plant. ISIS formally claimed responsibility for the attack on Palma on March 29 and remained in control of the resort town as of the same day according to Dyck Advisory Group, a South African private security firm hired by the Mozambican government to defend Palma.


The attack sparked a grand exodus from Palma to neighboring towns and provinces.


“Hundreds of people fled the fighting, running into forests, mangroves, or nearby villages,” the BBC reported March 28.


“It’s a real humanitarian catastrophe,” WFP Director for Southern Africa Lola Castro said in a press statement issued April 1. “People are heading all over the place — by boat, on foot, by road.”


The WFP is distributing emergency food packages to “support the people wherever they are,” and collaborating with U.N.I.C.E.F. to supply a “desperate population” with drinking water, Castro said.


U.N.I.C.E.F. stands for the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund. The WFP is the food-assistance branch of the U.N.


“The situation is very bad and it’s affecting Cabo Delgado’s neighboring provinces,” Castro said Thursday, adding, “We don’t have enough resources to support the scale-up that is needed.”


The March 24 attack on Palma “uprooted many who had been sheltering there after having fled conflict in other parts of Cabo Delgado,” according to the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (O.C.H.A.).


More than 9,100 people have arrived in the Cabo Delgado towns of Nangade, Mueda, and Montepuez since March 24 and some displaced persons have even been driven to the nearby Tanzanian island of Pemba, the O.C.H.A. said in a flash update April 2.


“Roughly two-thirds of people arriving in neighboring towns are staying with host families, “who have generously opened their homes to those fleeing the violence,” according to the update.


“Thousands more are reportedly on the move through the forest in search of safety and are expected to arrive at different locations in the days ahead,” the office added.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 5, 2021, 7:03 a.m. No.13365005   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6560 >>6869 >>8914 >>1538

“Mozambique Attack: SANDF troops sent in to ‘secure safety’ – Ramaphosa” and Portugal sending troops”-


SANDF troops are evacuating citizens from towns hit by the latest jihadist attack on Mozambique, while Portugal is also sending troops.


President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that the South African National Defence Force has sent troops to Mozambique to evacuate South Africans from the country which has been rocked by a spate of Islamic insurgency attacks in recent months.


South African, Adrian Nel, was killed in the Mozambique attack when he was among dozens of people who attempted to flee the town of Palma on 24 March when Islamic jihadists stormed the town, claiming to have taking control of it.


Ramaphosa told ENCA on Friday: “We have already attended to the issue of evacuation of those South Africans who are stranded in Mozambique and already one of those who passed away the South African National Defence Force has brought them back.”


“We remain involved with securing the safety of our people in Mozambique, in Pemba and in Palma…The SANDF is working very hard to secure the safety of South Africans,” he said.

President Cyril Ramaphosa


Nel, a commercial diver who had lost his job because of the Covid-19 lockdown, had moved to Mozambique to join his father and younger brother in the construction industry in January. They were building worker’s accommodation in Palma to supply the burgeoning gas sector after one of the largest natural gas field discoveries was unlocked in Africa.


The Mozambican government has said dozens of people died in the raid, but the exact death toll in the remote northern town is not known at this stage. The islamic state group claimed on Monday that it had conducted the three-day raid against military and government targets and that it had seized control of the town.


The raid took place close to a multi-billion-dollar gas project that is being built by France’s Total and other energy giants, on a peninsula just 10 kilometres away, France24 reported.


Portugal has also announced that it will be sending about 60 troops to Mozambique to help train the Mozambique defence force.


France24 reported that the Portuguese news agency had said that a bilateral agreement calling for a total of 60 special forces troops to Mozambique was being finalised.


“Portuguese Foreign Minister Augusto Santos Silva also told the state TV channel RTP late Monday that a team of ‘around 60’ soldiers were ‘getting ready’ to be sent to Portugals’s former colony ‘in the coming weeks’,” France24 reported.


The team would “support the Mozambican army in training special forces,” he said.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 6, 2021, 6:09 a.m. No.13370845   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6883 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

“Dlamini-Zuma – and the UN – may soon ‘take control’ of your municipality…”-


hree municipalities have been earmarked for the 'District Development Model' - which allows Dlamini-Zuma and her department to intervene at a local level.


Fresh from the ‘liquor transportation’ debacle that threatened to ruin our Easter weekend, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma will today launch a unique project tied into the District Development Model – the blueprint which allows national forces to ‘take control’ in struggling municipalities, and get them up to speed with their more successful counterparts.




The United Nations (UN) also has a hand in this scheme. They will work in partnership with the COGTA Department, in order to help implement some of the desperately needed changes. Minister Dlamini-Zuma recently confirmed that a team of experts will provide ‘technical support’ to these regions, ahead of her keynote speech on Tuesday.


“The Municipal Infrastructure Support Agency (MISA) technical support to municipalities is mainly targeted at low and medium-capacity municipalities and, because of the increase in the number of struggling municipalities over the years, MISA has resorted to deploying district teams instead of confining the scarce resources to individual municipalities.”




COGTA published an update on the current situation over the long weekend. Although local governments will still run as normal, both the national department and UN support teams will oversee the turnaround strategy. They confirmed that a whole host of skilled workers and civil society experts will be deployed to three well-known municipalities in South Africa:


 OR Tambo – Eastern Cape

 eThekwini – KwaZulu-Natal

 Waterberg – Limpopo




Dlamini-Zuma and the UN could, therefore, be on their way to run a municipality near you. Meanwhile, COGTA officials are confident that this government-led intervention can create jobs and improve the level of service delivery.


“The model will foster a ‘One Plan’ approach to local development that seeks to incorporate public, private, and civil society participation and investment in a joint effort to provide service delivery, localize procurement and create jobs. The District Development Model (DDM) has identified specific areas of support that the UN can provide to the districts.”


“The COGTA-UN partnership will initially focus on the three DDM pilot districts, namely: O.R. Tambo (Eastern Cape), Waterberg (Limpopo), and eThekwini (KwaZulu-Natal). The partnership will give practical expression to the DDM principles which are based on cooperation and collaboration among stakeholders.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 6, 2021, 6:36 a.m. No.13370945   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Zimbabwe's Economic Crisis | Harare on course to rejoin commonwealth”-


“Zimbabwe on course to rejoin Commonwealth – official” -


Zimbabwe is confident of rejoining the Commonwealth of former British colonies, with a senior official saying on Monday that the country’s application now undergoing consultations among the grouping's 54 member states.


Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade spokesperson Constance Chemwayi told the state-run Herald daily that Zimbabwe was in the second stage of a four-step process to rejoin the grouping.


The second stage involves Commonwealth secretary general Patricia Scotland consulting member states on whether Zimbabwe should be allowed back into the group.


“Commonwealth decisions are based on consensus and by that nature, every member is entitled to a say on the case of Zimbabwe,” Chemwayi said.


She said laid down procedures for re-admission into the Commonwealth include a first step that involves an informal assessment by the secretary general. This stage was done in June 2018 and July 2019 when Scotland undertook missions to Harare to discuss with the Zimbabwean authorities.


“Following the second assessment mission in 2019, Zimbabwe’s application is currently in the consultation stage,” Chemwayi said.


President Emmerson Mnangagwa wrote to the Commonwealth secretary general in May 2018 expressing Zimbabwe’s willingness to return to the 54-member grouping after nearly two decades of estrangement.


Zimbabwe withdrew from the Commonwealth in 2003 at the height of tension between Harare and London over the land reform programme.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 6, 2021, 6:45 a.m. No.13370984   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“Jacob Zuma digs up the past, takes aim at ANC for his ‘removal’”-


Former president Jacob Zuma has a few bones to pick with the ANC, particularly the top six, after it asked him to appear before the State Capture Commission


Former president Jacob Zuma appears to still hold a grudge against the African National Congress (ANC) for asking him to resign as the head of state. In a 23-page document, which is based on a meeting he held with the ANC top six, Zuma lays into the party’s top brass, particularly pertaining to his refusal to appear before the State Capture Commission, under chairperson Raymond Zondo.


However, the former president also brings up the circumstances pertaining to his late-night resignation on 14 February 2018.


“My own comrades worked to oust me and even worked with the opposition to remove an ANC president from parliament – something that was unprecedented. To this day, I do not understand what led to this. I asked some of you, what was it that I had done wrong for me to deserve to be pushed out of this position before the term ended,” Zuma said in the speaking notes addressed to ANC secretary general Ace Magashule.


The meeting, which was held in March, was aimed at convincing Zuma to finally take the stand at the commission, something he has been reluctant to do for over a year now, as he has accused it of being biased. The ANC was under immense pressure to take some form of action and prove once and for all, that it really does support the work of the commission and by extension, measures aimed at countering and exposing corruption.




The Constitutional Court is set to soon deliver judgement on an application by the commission, to have a two-year jail-term imposed on Jacob Zuma for being a no show at the proceedings – in defiance of a ruling by the very same court.


The ANC top six are: President Cyril Ramaphosa, Deputy president David Mabuza, secretary general Ace Magashule, deputy secretary general Jessie Duarte, Treasurer general Paul Mashatile and chairperson Gwede Mantashe.


Zuma further maintained that he will not appear before the commission.


“I am entitled in terms of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa to hold and express views, opinions and beliefs about the judiciary. I am entitled to freedom of conscience and it is my right to conscience that I refuse to participate in the judicial process that appears to lack the attributes of independence”

Former president Jacob Zuma


“Its no longer just Zondo, the Constitutional court itself has become biased”

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 6, 2021, 7:02 a.m. No.13371073   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Originally Canada #16 >>13369284


US Grant To Wuhan Lab To Enhance Bat-Based Coronaviruses Was Never Scrutinized By HHS Review Board, NIH Says


The National Institutes of Health has “systematically thwarted” government oversight of dangerous pathogen research, Rutgers University professor of chemical biology Richard H. Ebright told the Daily Caller News Foundation.


The P3CO Review Framework was created in 2017 after a three-year pause on government funding of research that intentionally makes pathogens more deadly or transmissible.


An NIH grant that involved the modification of bat-based coronaviruses and the transfer of $600,000 to the Wuhan Institute of Virology prior to the pandemic bypassed P3CO review because the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, led by Anthony Fauci, didn’t flag the project for review.


An oversight board created to scrutinize research that would enhance highly dangerous pathogens did not review a National Institutes of Health grant that funded a lab in Wuhan, China, to genetically modify bat-based coronaviruses.


Experts say the NIH grant describes scientists conducting gain-of-function research, a risky area of study that, in this case, made SARS-like viruses even more contagious. Federal funding for gain-of-function research was temporarily suspended in 2014 due to widespread scientific concerns it risked leaking supercharged viruses into the human population.


Federal funding for gain-of-function research was resumed in late 2017 after the Potential Pandemic Pathogens Control and Oversight (P3CO) Framework was formed within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The review board is tasked with critically evaluating whether grants that involve enhancing dangerous pathogens, such as coronaviruses, are worth the risks and that proper safeguards are in place.


But the NIH subagency that awarded the grant to the nonprofit group EcoHealth Alliance to study Chinese bat coronaviruses opted against forwarding it to the P3CO committee, an NIH spokesperson told the Daily Caller News Foundation, meaning the research received federal funding without an independent review by the HHS board.


“This is a systemic problem,” Rutgers University professor of chemical biology Richard H. Ebright told the DCNF, referring to the loophole in the review framework.


Ebright said the offices of the director for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) — the subagency that funded EcoHealth — and the NIH have “systematically thwarted–indeed systematically nullified–the HHS P3CO Framework by declining to flag and forward proposals for review.”


Dr. Anthony Fauci leads the NIAID and Dr. Francis S. Collins heads the NIH.


An NIH spokesperson said its subagency did not flag the EcoHealth grant for independent review by the HHS review committee.


“After careful review of the grant, NIAID determined research in the grant was not gain-of-function research because it did not involve the enhancement of the pathogenicity or transmissibility of the viruses studied,” the spokesperson told the DCNF.



Anonymous ID: 000000 April 6, 2021, 7:11 a.m. No.13371116   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8914 >>1538



“0372 Hotel Grande Mozambique, 3 3 2014”-


Mozambique is a former Portuguese colony so it makes sense that they would want to assist. The country had a good infrastructure developed by them until it was destroyed like the rest of Africa.


African leaders push for decolonization just to be colonized by the Chinese.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 6, 2021, 9:15 a.m. No.13371778   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“SA's corruption crisis | ANC member [Jeremy Vearey] vows to claim party back from 'new enemies'”-


“SAPS Major General and ANC Member Jeremy Vearey, has vowed to fight until 'the last drop of blood' to claim the ANC back from what he calls 'new enemies at the gate who sold the party to the enemies within'.”


“Struggle stalwart, Cecyl Esau, has been laid to rest” -


Esau, who died three weeks ago, was given a special official provincial funeral in his birth town of Worcester.


A member of Umkhonto weSizwe and founding member of the United Democratic Front, he was remembered for his contribution to bringing an end to apartheid.


Senior policeman, Jeremy Vearey, who is also a former activist and MK members said he would not be who is today it were not for Esau.


"I come from the revolutionary mind of our mentor, comrade Johnny Esau," he said.


“Vearey vows to fight alongside Jacobs ’till last drop of blood’ ahead of Labour Court hearing” dated March 10, 2021,


’Whatever our skirmish in the Labour Court brings today, we remain bound in blood and fighting spirit. Till the last drop of blood.’’


This was posted on Facebook on Wednesday by Western Cape deputy police commissioner Major-General Jeremy Vearey, who had acted as a staff representative of his close ally, former Crime Intelligence boss Peter Jacobs, at a disciplinary hearing last week. The disciplinary process had been halted by an urgent Labour Court application to be heard today.


Jacobs and five other high-ranking officers had served the three-month suspension after being charged with misconduct over the alleged unlawful use of a secret slush fund to bankroll Covid-19 personal protective equipment amounting to R1.5 million. Reports suggest Jacobs was the victim of an alleged purge for claiming there was evidence suggesting police officers, including Crime Intelligence colleagues, had looted the Secret Service account.


In June 2016, Vearey was suddenly transferred while heading Crime Intelligence in the Western Cape. He and Jacobs had been investigating how firearms were being smuggled from police officers to gangsters, which effectively derailed the probe.


Both Jacobs and Vearey had approached the Labour Court to have their transfers set aside and succeeded in August 2017. They were promoted in February 2018 – Jacobs to national Crime Intelligence head and Vearey to Western Cape detective head — after Cyril Ramaphosa became president.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 6, 2021, 9:19 a.m. No.13371795   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“Nafiz Modack claims he recorded alleged bribe audio linked to Jeremy Vearey” Dated 6 March 2020


Alleged underworld boss Nafiz Modack says he has information about the recording that was used to implicate the top cop in corruption.


Western Cape police boss Major-General Jeremy Vearey was accused of soliciting bribes by the Sunday Times last year in a story that has recently been retracted.


The newspaper relied on a voice recording which they alleged featured the voices of Vearey, Modack and his "go-between", Mohamedaly Hanware.


This month, the publication retracted any suggestion that recording featured Vearey's voice.


Modack has told CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies that the recording was taped by him.


The controversial businessman says he will reveal the information he has if the matter is heard in court.


Vearey has indicated that he is pursuing civil action after the false allegations against him.


In the past Modack has accused Vearey of having gang ties and extorting money from him.


When asked on Friday if Vearey was a corrupt cop, Modack says he'll "leave it for the court findings".


However, he claims investigating officer Lieutenant Colonel Charl Kinnear is corrupt and has fabricated several cases against him, including the recent extortion case.


Last month, Modack and three co-accused were acquitted of extortion after they were accused of running a protection racket and extorting the Grand Cafe in Table Bay harbour out of R90,000 in November 2017.

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 6, 2021, 9:51 a.m. No.13371954   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8919 >>6348

“Easter shopping in South Africa - everything for free”-


I thoroughly enjoyed the below comment posted by someone.


“For some reason I was waiting for David Attenborough's voice to come on, describing a natural event taking place.”

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 6, 2021, 10:26 a.m. No.13372141   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Siya Kolisi's Story | Carte Blanche | M-Net” -


“When Siya Kolisi walked through the doors of Grey High School on a scholarship, that was the moment everything changed. Kolisi shares emotional times shared with his father, enduring friendships, as well as the moment he met his school sponsor for the first time. Macfarlane Moleli sits down with Springbok rugby captain Siya Kolisi for a memorable chat.”


“Well-known former SA school [Grey High School] coach nabbed in Australia on child porn charge” – Siya Kolisi’s coach-


DURBAN: Former Grey High School teacher and well-known sports coach Dean Carelse has been arrested after police seized child pornography material from his home in Queensland, Australia, at the weekend.


Carelse coached Springbok captain Siya Kolisi while at Grey and is believed to have played a major role in identifying Kolisi’s talent and teaching him to hone his skills.


Briefly reported that when Kolisi's grandmother and mother died, Carelse became a father figure to the youngster when he went to high school.


The Queensland Police Service said detectives from the Sunshine Coast Child Protection Investigation Unit executed a search warrant at an address in Mooloolaba on March 20 where items of interest were seized.


"A 40-year-old man was arrested and charged with one count each of possessing and distributing child exploitation material. He is due to appear in Maroochydore Magistrates Court on May 5," the QPS said.


Carelse is a former teacher at a Sunshine Coast private school and current coach with a major water sports association.


Detectives also made an appeal for potential victims to come forward as part of their investigations.


Meanwhile, Carelse has been suspended from his coaching position at Water Polo Queensland.


"This is now a matter for Queensland police and part of an ongoing investigation, Water Polo Queensland said.


“There is nothing to indicate that any child associated with WPQ has been harmed. WPQ would like to reassure all of our members that the safety and welfare of our junior members is of paramount importance and safeguarding our people remains our priority. WPQ are committed to continuing to provide the support necessary to ensure the protection and well-being of all children within our sport."

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 6, 2021, 10:29 a.m. No.13372153   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8919 >>6348

“Ganging Up | Carte Blanche | M-Net” – Gangsterism in Mitchells Plain-


“Mitchells Plain, one of the country’s areas worst hit by murder and violence, has been rocked by a renewed spate of senseless gang killings in recent months. Innocent children and bystanders have been gunned down and drive-by shootings and point-blank assassinations have rocked the community. As we meet bereaved families to count the cost of lives lost and livelihoods destroyed, Carte Blanche asks what has become of the much-feted South African Police Services’ Anti-Gang Unit which was established to take down gangsters and protect communities. With the SANDF now also withdrawn from the Cape Flats, we go on patrol with a new private security company that’s taken it upon itself to make inroads against the gangs.”

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 6, 2021, 11:41 a.m. No.13372589   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Originally Canada #16 >>13372395


Tucker Carlson isn’t the only one speaking out about Trudeau’s internment camps


“What if your next door neighbour suddenly went dangerously insane and starting holding people hostage in his house?” Asked Tucker Carlson during his evening show on Wednesday — the most-watched political show on television.


He was talking about boring old us, Canada, and how under the leadership of Justin Trudeau, “Canada took a dramatic move toward legitimately dangerous authoritarianism.”


He was referring to an order released by Trudeau on Monday, outlining the latest bit of Martial Law being imposed on Canadians.


“Now is not the time to travel. If you have plans to head somewhere for the long weekend, cancel them,” Trudeau instructed.


“For those who need to travel, take note of the measures that are in place when you return to Canada: If you’re flying back into the country, you’ll need to show a negative PCR test result before you board the plane. When you land, you’ll need to take another PCR test. You’ll then have to wait at an approved hotel, and at your own expense, for your results to come back.”


“Approved hotel” it seems, is the latest Trudeau-euphemism for what Carlson more accurately describes as “internment camps.”


Internment camps where YOU pay the bill.


Trudeau continues: “If your results come back negative for COVID-19, you’ll be able to head home and finish your mandatory quarantine there. If your test results come back positive, you’ll need to immediately quarantine in designated government facilities. This is not optional.”


A non-optional stay at a government facility… that sounds a lot like an internment camp. Reaction on Twitter went even darker, where high profile comedians and athletes compared the “hotels” to gulags and concentration camps.


Fortunately for Trudeau, he has his own propaganda machine to cover for his attacks on our rights and freedoms.


Back in October, the CBC assured Canadians that any talk of “internment camps” was false.


“Disinformation campaign falsely suggests Canadians will be forcibly sent to quarantine sites,” read a CBC headline.


According to the fact-checkers over at the state broadcaster, who quote an unnamed Liberal spin doctor to substantiate their report, the feds were merely providing “voluntary quarantine sites” — only to be used by homeless people and international travellers with nowhere else to go.


Voluntary, eh?


The CBC story was not updated or corrected on Monday when Trudeau contradicted their report by informing Canadians that forced stays at these quarantine sites was “not optional.”


“Suddenly Canada is a flagrant violator of the most basic human rights. Fail a covid test and they will lock up without trial,” said Tucker Carlson.


Why does it take the host of an American cable news show to say what Canadian journalists and activists should be filling newspapers and airways condemning?


Canada’s pundit class is too busy ho-humming about a possible spring election to notice or care about the usurping of Habeas corpus.


Fortunately for Canadians, not everyone is burying their head in the sand. I spoke to the lawyers at the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF), who outlined the many ways that Trudeau’s orders are in fact unconstitutional, and how they are fighting back.


JCCF President John Carpay explained that this order could violate Section 7 of the Charter — the right to life, liberty and security of person.


Carpay explained that a government locking people up against their will, with no due process, no presumption of innocence and an absence of a timely trial before an independent and impartial court, were all red flags.


He told me that his organization was fighting back, and initiating “court action against these hotel-prisons.”


Jay Cameron, one of the JCCF lawyers on that case, called this “the essence of authoritarianism” and expressed concern that “Parliament has not considered or voted on the forced internment of Canadians.”


Likewise, Sayed Hassan, the other JCCF lawyer on the case, pointed out that the location of these forced quarantine hotels is unknown.


“There should be no room in a free and democratic society for secret federal facilities,” he said.


This is Justin Trudeau’s Canada.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 7, 2021, 5:29 a.m. No.13377172   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Frustrated Kenyans continue to protest online over IMF loans: David Owiro”-


“Frustrated Kenyans continue to protesting online, the decision Friday by the International Monetary Fund, to approve new three-year financing arrangements for Kenya valued at $2.34 billion. They say Kenya is already over-indebted. The lender said Friday the package is intended to help the African country continue responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and address its debt vulnerabilities. According to the Central Bank of Kenya, Public debt in East Africa's largest economy stood at $67.5 billion as of end-January. Announcing the bailout deal, the IMF said Kenya's debt remained sustainable, but it was at high risk of debt distress. The lender appealed to authorities to focus their near-term agenda on urgent structural policy challenges. Economist David Owiro is the executive director of Africa Development Think Tank. He now joins us on ZOOM from Nairobi Kenya to share his thoughts on the bailout deal and calls for the IMF to print money for poor countries. Approval of the new loans under the Fund's Extended Credit Facility and Extended Fund Facility will enable immediate disbursement of about $307.5 million that Kenya can use for budget support, adding to $739 million it received in emergency COVID-19 aid in May 2020. The East African nation was hit hard at the onset by the Covid-19 pandemic which has disrupted the economy. According to the IMF, with a forceful policy. Economist David Owiro is the executive director of Africa Development Think Tank. He now joins us on ZOOM from Nairobi Kenya to share his thoughts on the bailout deal and calls for the IMF to print money for poor countries.”

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 7, 2021, 7:12 a.m. No.13377546   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6883 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

“1,000 'woke' companies unite against election-integrity laws!”– Below are a few excerpts.


Civic Alliance includes McDonalds, Amazon, Verizon, Microsoft, PayPal, Uber


The opposition of major corporations such as Coca-Cola and Delta to a Georgia election law has drawn attention to an alliance of more than 1,000 companies that, in effect, have identified themselves as opponents of voting integrity.


The Civic Alliance boasts on its website [] that its membership has grown to 1,119 companies that employee more than 5 million people.


"As a coalition of businesses, we use our voice, our brand, and our reach to strengthen our democracy. We support safe, accessible, and trusted elections, and we inspire our employees and customers to participate in civic life," the alliance says.


However, the objective of making elections "accessible" translates to opposition to laws such as Georgia's that seek to ensure that every vote represents a legitimate voter and that voters are not disenfranchised.


Amid the controvesy over Georgia's law, the Civic Alliance issued a letter last Friday condemning any effort to "restrict" ballot access, signed by 200 companies, including Salesforce, ViacomCBS and The Estée Lauder Companies.


"Companies have their fingers on the pulse of what's going on with their consumers and employees, and this is a priority for folks and so companies are making it a priority for themselves," said Mike Ward, co-founder of the Civic Alliance, NBC News reported.


The letter said in part, "We stand in solidarity with voters – and with the Black executives and leaders at the helm of this movement – in our nonpartisan commitment to equality and democracy."


The statement said there are "hundreds of bills threatening to make voting more difficult in dozens of states nationwide."


The alliance's membership reads like a who's who of corporate America, featuring Amazon, Verizon, McDonalds, Microsoft, PayPal, Uber, Airbnb, Best Buy, Capitol One, Dow, Hewlett Packard, Macy's, Starbucks, United Airlines, Under Armour and Pepsico.


Civic Alliance says it's "ambitious goal is 80 percent voter turnout." [Wasn’t there more than 100% voter turnout in certain states?]


"We may have a long way to go, but by working together, we will create a culture where civics matter and participation is a habit, it says.


The alliance asks companies that become members to agree to a pledge:


We believe the strength of the United States lies in its people, each with the power and the potential to shape the future of our country.


Together, our companies have the platform and the reach to encourage every American to speak up, achieving the promise of their participation.


Like all Americans, our companies have unique values. Yet we are united in envisioning a future where everyone is engaged in civics, starting with voting in every election.


WND reported Monday a website called Stop Corporate Tyranny has been launched by a center-right coalition that aims to help citizens combat "the Left’s weaponization of corporate America against traditional beliefs and values."


The site offers activism campaigns in which citizens can engage. One of the latest responds to the corporations headquartered in Georgia that are opposing the election law.


After condemnation of the law by the CEO of Delta Air Lines, the Coca-Cola Company, President Biden and others, Major League Baseball decided Friday to withdraw the All-Star Game from Atlanta. [Yet Delta requires an ID to board their planes.]


Many Democrats contend requiring voter ID is racist, insisting such laws suppress the vote among minorities.


But Candace Owens, a black conservative activist and author, said Monday that any corporation "telling you that Voter ID laws are racist is run by white supremacists."


"Black people know how to get ID," she wrote on Twitter, with the hashtags #coke and #delta.


"Pretending we are too stupid to figure out how to get to the DMV is an insult and speaks volumes about what Democrats truly think about us."

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 7, 2021, 8:42 a.m. No.13377966   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Somalia | Fundamental change in governance needed to achieve peace: Prof Abdi Ismail Samatar” and discuss conflict in Nigeria and Mozambique- It is worth listening.


“Al Shabaab militants attacked two Somali National Army bases at the weekend. Casualties on both sides were reported but the Somali national army says it is in control of the bases. The militants attacked the bases south west of the capital, Mogadishu with residents saying they heard two explosions after morning prayers, and then a third blast targeting reinforcements. The militant group, Al-Shabaab said it had carried out a suicide attack at one base while at the same time attacking the other base with a car bomb. Militants from al Shabaab, which is linked to al-Qaeda, have waged years of attacks and levied tolls on trade in a campaign to introduce strict religious law. Senior Research Fellow University of Pretoria, Prof Abdi Ismail Samatar told SABC News the government in Mogadishu has to have a fundamental change in its approach to running the country if peace is to be achieved.”


Noteworthy statement;


1:37 – “Unfortunately, over a period of now 12 years in which AMISOM [] has been around, this should have been mopped up but it seems to me that the politicians in Mogadishu and the folks of the African Union have a different agenda than ordinary people. So Al Shabaab has been able to infiltrate Mogadishu. Indeed they collect taxes from every business in the capital city under the nose of the current regime. So the people have decided to pay those taxes because there is no protection for them either from the African Union force or from the local military or police forces. So that’s what the circumstances are and that’s the context in which Al Shabaab can take forays into the city and blow whatever they want at their own pace.”


11:52 – “Al Shabaab is estimated to have something like 5000 young men and many of them are children. We are talking about 15 year olds, 14 year olds, 17 year olds, 16 year olds. 5000 in a sort of a landscape that’s comparable to parts of Botswana which is not terribly forested, it doesn’t have huge mountains like Afghanistan and elsewhere where these people can hide. It should be easy to be to sort of hem them in if you like but that it doesn’t seem to me that the political will and the wisdom does not exist to be able to think that both in the capital, Mogadishu, and in the African Union capital.”


However, I do not agree with his final statement as the intimidation was rife before and up to the 1994 elections in South Africa… Many voted out of fear.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 7, 2021, 8:48 a.m. No.13378011   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8916 >>1724

“Residents of Mananga village up in arms over service delivery”-


“Residents of the Mananga village near the Eswatini border in Mpumalanga are up in arms. They took to the streets to demand proper roads and clean drinking water - among other things. Newzroom Afrika's Mweli Masilela has the details.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 7, 2021, 8:49 a.m. No.13378021   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8916 >>1724

“Kgetleng River Concerned Citizens' group takes over from ailing municipality”-


“The Kgetleng River Concerned Citizens group has once again taken over the affairs of water and sewage plants from the ailing municipality. This comes after the first signing of an agreement with the provisional government to hand over the running of the services in February. But hardly two weeks after that agreement, the situation deteriorated leaving communities without water. Our reporter Bafedile Moerane filed this report.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 7, 2021, 9:51 a.m. No.13378282   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8916 >>1724

“State of SA Roads | A countrywide look at road infrastructure”-


“Lack of proper streetlights, blocked drainage systems, potholes and neglected township roads. These are some of the issues South Africans have to deal with when it comes to the state of our roads. That's before factoring in the price of petrol, which has risen by a rand today.”

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 7, 2021, 10:50 a.m. No.13378579   🗄️.is 🔗kun

“Social media post leads to DUT chaos” and the closing of all Durban campuses-


“The Durban University of Technology has closed five campuses, following an invasion prompted by a fake social media post.”


“DUT fake social media posts lead to campus invasion” - Below are a few excerpts.


Students swamped Durban University of Technology (DUT) seeking help with online registration following several fake social media posts.


The Durban University of Technology (DUT) has denounced fake social media posts instructing students to report to its Berea campus for registration which resulted in a massive influx of registrants on Tuesday.


DUT management said in a statement released on Tuesday night that it appeared that “there were a number of unauthorised social media posts inviting all applicants to come to the campuses today, 6 April 2021”.


“Student Protests Latest: DUT campuses closed until further notice” -


Durban University of Technology (DUT) has closed all of its campuses until further notice following student protests regarding registration the university announced on Wednesday.


DUT senior director of corporate affairs, Alan Khan said the campuses had been closed after “a large number of people” invaded the Sports Centre on the Steve Biko campus in Durban on Tuesday.


This was after they had reacted to fake social media posts, inviting walk-ins to register at DUT.


“The University did not invite walk ins to register on campus,” Khan said.


“Following the risk to health, safety and security, the university suspended the on-campus support for online registration yesterday, indefinitely. However, normal online registration will continue in the manner it has been all along but without on-campus support,” Khan said.


He said the influx of uninvited people on campus had continued to violate the COVID-19 protocols and that some of the people had not left the DUT campus on Tuesday.


“Overnight, a significant number of people continued to occupy the Sports Centre and refused the request to leave campus. Over the course of this morning, the situation escalated with protestors milling around outside the Steve Biko campus, hurling stones at buildings, damaging university property, barricading public roads, including several attempts to invade more buildings on campus,” he said.


“The university has called on all of the relevant law enforcement agencies to assist in calming this potentially dangerous situation. It has become clear that the situation is tough to contain and it is being exacerbated with increasing numbers of people trying to force their way onto many other parts of the Durban campuses. This also poses a bigger threat for COVID-19 infections,” Khan said.


“As a result, all five Durban campuses of the University (DUT) will be closed until further notice. All online university functions and activities will continue. This means that online registration for first time entering (FTEN) students with firm offers will proceed as previously announced,” he said.

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 7, 2021, 10:51 a.m. No.13378588   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“'Are we betraying the cause of freedom?' - ANC commemorates Solomon Mahlangu” -


“ANC pays tribute to Solomon Mahlangu – who was he?”-


Pretoria-born ANC struggle activist Solomon Mahlangu has been hailed for his bravery and commitment to the country's liberation


The African National Congress (ANC) is commemorating the death of Solomon Mahlangu, who was active in the struggle and was hanged at Pretoria Central Prison, now known as Kgosi Mampuru on 6 April in 1979.


Mahlangu joined the ANC in 1976, and left the country to train and become a member of the Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), the ruling party’s armed military wing. He received his military training in Angola and Mozambique.


Mahlangu returned to the country as a cadre, heavily armed, through Swaziland to assist with student protests.


“My blood will nourish the tree that will bear the fruits of freedom. Tell my people that I love them. They must continue the fight.”

Solomon Mahlangu, ANC apartheid struggle activist


Just two days after arriving back in the country, Solomon Mahlangu’s life would change forever as and he and his two friends, Mondy J Motloung and George Mahlangu, were accosted by police in Goch Street, Johannesburg. Mahlangu (George) managed to escape from the authorities however the remaining two young men (Solomon Mahlangu and Mondy Motloung) were both arrested.


His trial lasted between November 1977 and March 1978. Mahlangu was then charged in connection with the attack. He faced two counts of murder and several charges under the Terrorism Act. Mahlangu pleaded not guilty to the charges. His council stated that he entered South Africa in June 1977 as part of a group of ten, bringing arms, ammunition, explosives and ANC pamphlets into the country.


According to SA History Online, Motloung was declared unfit to stand trial as he had been severely beaten and suffered brain damage. The judge had accepted that Motloung was responsible for the actual killings.


“However, as common purpose had been formed, Mahlangu was therefore found guilty on two counts of murder and three charges under the Terrorism Act. He was sentenced to death by hanging on 2 March 1978”


“On 15 June 1978 Solomon Mahlangu was refused leave to appeal his sentence by the Rand Supreme Court, and on 24 July 1978 he was refused again in the Bloemfontein Appeal Court. Although various governments, the United Nations, international organizations, groups and prominent individuals attempted to intercede on his behalf, Mahlangu awaited his execution in Pretoria Central Prison, and died on 6 April 1979” further states; “The three comrades-in-arms, each carrying a large suitcase, were climbing into a taxi in Diagonal Street in the centre of Johannesburg. An ordinary policeman became suspicious and grabbed one of the suitcases. An AK-47 assault rifle and a hand grenade fell out. All three of them fled, Lucky Mahlangu in one direction and the other two in the direction of Fordsburg. There, in Goch Street, the two sought refuge in the storage facilities of the retailer John Orr's. One of them opened fire on the employees of the company, killing two and wounding another two. Mahlangu and Motaung were eventually arrested.[2][3]:592”

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 7, 2021, 10:54 a.m. No.13378600   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8616 >>6876 >>8919 >>6348

Is this the kind of freedom the ANC wants to celebrate?


“Mpumalanga soccer match turns deadly after mid-match argument”-


An argument over a soccer match in Mpumalanga turned into a bloodbath that left two dead and a vehicle torched in a hospital parking lot.


A soccer match in Mpumalanga turned deadly over the weekend when an argument between two teams led to two shooting incidents.


Mpumalanga police confirmed that an investigation into the shootings is underway with the source of the violence being a soccer match near Barberton.


An argument between two teams spilled over into violence and multiple shots were fired at the game itself.


After two cars brought gun shot victims to the Barberton Provincial Hospital, an armed group reportedly torched the car of one of the men, then proceeded to shoot the driver, who later died.


Mpumalanga police Spokesperson, Colonel Donald Mdhluli said that no arrests had been made at this time.


“We are now investigating a case of murder and malicious damage to property. We are also investigating two cases of attempted murder. As we speak, no one has been arrested but we will keep the public informed when we arrest the suspects.”



Mpumalanga MEC for health Sasekani Manzini condemned the violent attack on provincial hospital grounds.


The MEC confirmed that an armed mob descended upon the hospital on Saturday determined to mete out their own justice.


“On arrival, they found the gate locked and they jumped over the palisade fence and went to the casualty ward. Fortunately, casualty security door was locked and police were already inside. They could not get access and went to the parking area and shot the driver, who was escorting one of the victims. The group also set his car alight,” Manzini said.


“We condemn the incident, the Mpumalanga department of health calls on the community to refrain from attacking patients who are admitted in our hospitals.


“It is very sad that our people resolve to taking the law into their hands. It is also not acceptable that our people now force their entry into our health facilities and seek revenge. This incident has seriously affected the staff and patients in Barberton hospital. We want to plead with our communities that they should not enter our health facilities and seek revenge as this endanger the lives of our staff and patients.”


“We want to thank the South African Police Services for their swift response on the incident and for handling the situation well. They ensured there’s no staff member that was affected,” Manzini added.


Police presence at the hospital has been ramped up in the wake of the disturbing incident.

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 7, 2021, 10:59 a.m. No.13378616   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8919 >>6348

>>13378600 - Don’t forget about gender based violence and many other violent crimes.


“Forensic psychologist Dr. Gerard Labuschagne is in the studio to chat more about crimes of passion” – gender based violence-


“The merciless killing of Tshegafatso Pule sent shock waves through the country. The 28-year-old who was 8 months pregnant at the time was found hanging on a tree with severe stab wounds. The twists and turns in the case have turned attention to the profiling of individuals involved in crimes of passion. To unpack this further forensic psychologist Dr. Gerard Labuschagne is in the studio.”

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 7, 2021, 11:15 a.m. No.13378714   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8811 >>6864 >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“ANC branches must defend me: Magashule” -


“ANC Secretary-General Ace Magashule says ANC branches must defend him and says he is still consulting on whether to step aside. eNCA's Govan Whittles reports.”


“Ace Magashule defends ‘radical economic transformation’”-


ANC secretary general Ace Magashule has said that radical economic transformation is a party policy which was adopted at Nasrec and cannot be changed


ANC secretary general Ace Magashule has fiercely defended the use of the term “radical economic transformation.”


Magashule was in Kliptown in Soweto, where the ANC commemorated the life of struggle activist Charlotte Maxeke, who would have turned 150 years old on Wednesday, 07 April 2021.


Most recently – the term “radical economic transformation” or RET was used in labelling a faction in the ANC, which is aligned to Magashule and former president Jacob Zuma.


The ANC has consistently clarified that the transformation of the economy is a policy position of the party and not any faction. It is the project for the significant inclusion of black people – in the country’s economy.


“Radical economic transformation is the policy which was adopted at Nasrec. You can’t actually change it and turn it around and call it something else. The economy must be in the hands African people. There is no country in the world where the majority are not actually the owners of the economy. South Africa must change for the best”

ANC secretary general Ace Magashule


Ace Magashule has further said that women should play a significant role in the enforcement of the radical economic transformation policy.


“The women leadership of this country, the women’s league (ANC Women’s League) can actually play that important role, to change the lives of our people. The leadership of the church can still play that role of ensuring that our people are now living in a better South Africa,” Magashule said.


“That dream, which Mandela and many others like Charlotte Maxeke and many others, had for South Africa. The dream of making sure that all of us get out of abject poverty. That dream must be realised and it cannot take many years. It must be a dream which must be realised today and not tomorrow”


Magashule’s days in the ANC are numbered, as the NEC has given him 30 days to step aside from his post, in accordance to the party’s contentious step aside resolution. Under the resolution, ANC members facing criminal charges must step aside from their duties while the matter is before the court.


He faces a string of fraud and corruption charges in connection with a R255 million asbestos contract, awarded in the Free State in 2014, when he was still premier.

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 7, 2021, 11:29 a.m. No.13378811   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9361


>Ace Magashule has further said that women should play a significant role in the enforcement of the radical economic transformation policy.




“South Africa’s Secondary Pandemic: A Crisis of Gender Based Violence”- Below are a few excerpts.


In South Africa, sometimes known as the ‘destination of femicide’, more than 2,700 women have been murdered as result of gender-based violence (GBV) since 2000. Although grassroots organisations have persistently campaigned to end GBV, many women in South Africa continue to suffer abuse. Now, South Africa’s GBV problem is worsening, as lockdown measures have trapped women inside with their abusers.


The government’s GBV and Feminicide Command Centre, a call centre to support victims of GBV, recorded more than 120,000 victims in the first three weeks of the lockdown. Just weeks later in Pretoria, a similar call centre was receiving up to 1,000 calls a day from women and children who were confined to abusive homes seeking urgent help. Prior to the pandemic, femicide in South Africa was already five times higher than the global average and the female interpersonal violence death rate was the fourth-highest out of the 183 countries listed by the World Health Organisation in 2016. Evidence has now emerged that suggests cases of violence against women are increasing.


In 2019-2020, there was an average increase of 146 sexual offences and 116 specifically rape cases per day, predominantly rape, compared to the same period between 2018-2019.


Researchers from the Wits School of Governance suggest that the lockdown measures are likely to be the cause of this increase in GBV, as women were forced to stay home and left vulnerable to domestic abuse. In addition, the lockdown has prevented access to civil service groups dedicated to supporting victims of GBV. Yet, victims already faced issues seeking support and justice before the pandemic. In South Africa, reports of GBV are often dismissed by the police who perceive the issue as a private matter for families, rather than a criminal matter for the courts. There is also stigma associated with sexual violence. Together, these factors contribute to the underreporting of GBV cases.


Although South Africa’s experience with GBV is not unique, the extent and prevalence of the issue, compounded by the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, has triggered a ‘secondary pandemic’ in the country marred by rising femincide rates and GBV. Unlike Covid-19 however, GBV is spread through social and political conditions that undermine the ability of women and girls to escape from abuse.


a 28-year old woman from Johannesburg, was found in the city’s West Rand district two years ago, thousands came out to protest against the government’s ineffectual approach to GBV. The perpetrators, Pule’s boyfriend and another man, were only charged in February 2021, unfortunately reflecting the slow response of South Africa’s justice system to many cases of this nature.


Although President Ramaphosa pledged $75 million to strengthen the criminal justice system and provide better care for victims of GBV, many women and children continue to suffer on a daily basis. However, the additional funding has failed to curb the exponential rise in cases of abuse and rape. According to a recent study by Amnesty International, there is public outrage about the institutional failures to deliver justice for GBV victims, given that South Africa’s Domestic Violence Act of 1998 explicitly states that victims may lay criminal complaints against offenders. Furthermore, funding intended for refuge centres for victims of GBV has either not been sufficient or not reached the centres who were due to receive it. By April 2020, many domestic violence shelters had already reached capacity even though the scale of the GBV crisis was yet to peak.


[“Why Gender-Based Violence is So Prevalent in South Africa (And How To End It)” dated July 1, 2020, at]

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 7, 2021, 11:35 a.m. No.13378856   🗄️.is 🔗kun

“Johann Rupert sees wealth soar – only one SA citizen is richer than him”-


According to Forbes, Johann Rupert has made more money in the past 12 months than any other South African. But he's not top of the tree in Mzansi yet…


The Forbes Billionaires List for 2021 has been published this week, giving us an eye-opening insight into the financial fortunes of the world’s richest citizens. Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and Bernard Arnaut are the three wealthiest people on the planet, all worth over $150 billion. Here in SA, we officially have FIVE dollar billionaires – including Johann Rupert.


The luxury watch-making mogul (and investment titan) has had a particularly profitable pandemic, according to the experts. Johann Rupert’s fortune has ballooned over the past 12 months, rising from an estimated $4.6 billion to $7.1 billion. The figures from Forbes show that he is the 358th richest person in the world, and Africa’s fourth wealthiest citizen.


The statistics speak for themselves. The Stellenbosch-based businessman has moved higher up the exclusive list for 2021, following a 65% increase in his total net worth. Johann Rupert is now back to highs last seen in 2018…


With R103 billion in the bank, it’d be fair to assume that Johann Rupert would be top of the tree domestically. But he has been pipped to the title of ‘South Africa’s richest person’ by none other than Nicky Oppenheimer. The diamond mining magnate is estimated to have a net worth of $8 billion – or R116 billion, taking him clear of his opulent rival.


Oppenheimer’s fortune has grown by around $600 million since April 2020. Not even COVID can stop these men from making money, and there are several other South Africans who can class themselves as ‘dollar billionaires’…


Koos Bekker is the third-richest South African, with about $3 billion to his name. He is pushed extremely close by Patrice Motsepe, who has actually seen his wealth double in the past year – The CAF President is valued at $2.9 billion. The pair narrowly miss out on the world’s top 1 000, coming in at #1008 and #1064 respectively.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 7, 2021, 12:36 p.m. No.13379194   🗄️.is 🔗kun

“ANC civil war: Has Julius Malema already ‘split’ the ruling party?”-


The ANC is currently focused on its 'enemies within', from all party factions. But the outside threat from Julius Malema has been talked-up on Tuesday.


The ANC is a fractured party at the moment, and there are rumours it could be heading for a split: The liberation movement-turned-government is experiencing several factional battles at the moment, as the ghost of Jacob Zuma continues to haunt Cyril Ramaphosa’s time in office. But one MP says that Julius Malema is the president’s chief tormentor.


Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, who has been extremely vocal on Twitter throughout Tuesday, threatened to cause a divide of his own online. He stated that talk of a split in the ANC is about eight years too late, and already happened when Malema broke away from the ruling party and formed the Red Berets in 2013…


“The compromises of 1994 should have led to a split of the Congress Movement. The same way adoption of Freedom Charter led to the formation of the PAC. The split was successfully avoided by the assassination of Chris Hani. This long-overdue split would reoccur in 2013 – now led by Julius Malema.”


Malema made his name as the leader of the ANC Youth League, before proving to be too controversial even for a Jacob Zuma-led organisation. His defiant act of establishing a political party has given him an even bigger platform, and it seems his supporters have earmarked this moment as the one that irreversibly damaged the 109-year-old institution.


Talk of an ANC split may be premature for now, but something is certainly bubbling underneath the surface. The ousting of Jacob Zuma from the presidency came just months after the bitter 2017 leadership battle in Nasrec. Cyril Ramaphosa pipped Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma to the top job, upsetting the large Msholozi-faction in the process.


Things have deteriorated since then, with Zuma frequently taking sly digs at President Ramaphosa – and Cyril has also given his predecessor some back. This battle, however, has become a full-blown proxy war: Ace Magashule hasn’t taken too kindly to an ultimatum he was handed by the head of state last week, which could soon force him to resign.


Magashule, a huge Zuma ally and advocate of the RET programme, has since vowed to lead city-wide protests and ‘shut down’ parts of the country – a threat that is yet to materialise. A former deputy minister, meanwhile, called for the ANC to be replaced by an interim government until 2024 on Sunday.


The party has always had its critics – Julius Malema included – but many of those dissenting voices now come from within.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 7, 2021, 1:56 p.m. No.13379716   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9810 >>9862



It provides good information about gender based violence but maybe you can put a note next to the heading like;


“South Africa’s Secondary Pandemic: A Crisis of Gender Based Violence” (Good information but be careful concerning the sources' agenda)


Will this work?

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 7, 2021, 2:22 p.m. No.13379862   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0022




Apologies to All if wrong,

but I sense the "slow knife pentrates the shield"


I do several breads, note take and bake when needed but watch others as well. I do on occasion get shillage attacks, comes with baking.


Funniest part, I'm just humble boatfag trying to help out where needed.


What say anons? YOUR bread

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 7, 2021, 2:49 p.m. No.13380022   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>1370




The question is how far do we need to cater to the newbies? Doing one's own research, one can see through their BS however those who are not as seasoned to their rhetoric and agenda, may easily be manipulated.


Gender based violence (GBV) is prevalent in South Africa which gets the attention from many organizations. In previous South Africa threads, there are several posts which provide reasons for the GBV issue.


How much spoon feeding must one do?

Should we be more selective what sources we use?

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 7, 2021, 6:54 p.m. No.13381370   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3616


I would say until Fulford or Makow or Sacha Faal intrude.

I would say quite selective in sources.


The bake I picked up to do #2

Available the entire time since then

I have been gratified to pass posts from here to other breads.

Do you offer handoff?

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 8, 2021, 5:45 a.m. No.13383669   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Discussion | Young people are forced to pay bribes to get jobs”-


"Young people are often forced to pay bribes or offer sexual favours to get employment. That's according to the Youths Perceptions and Attitude Survey by Corruption Watch. The NGO recently held a webinar on the role of corruption in barring young people from opportunities and employment."

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 8, 2021, 5:55 a.m. No.13383706   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Education | Students clash with police at MUT”-


“Protesting students have clashed with the police at the Mangosuthu University of Technology in Umlazi. Students used burning tyres and debris to block the institution's main entrance. It's understood their protest is part of the national shutdown of higher learning institutions campaign.”

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 8, 2021, 6:37 a.m. No.13383937   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8919 >>6348

“eNCA news crew ‘robbed at gunpoint’ – just moments after live broadcast”-


A shocking altercation has played out in Khayelitsha, as reporters from eNCA were robbed of their equipment while filming in the township.


Reporters for eNCA news were targeted by armed robbers on Wednesday afternoon, shortly after completing a live crossing back to the studio – the group was held up at gunpoint for their equipment, while working in Khayelitsha.


The sprawling township just outside of Cape Town has been unsettled for a while, with frequent protests about service delivery and housing spilling onto a number of major highways. This week, attention has turned to the abysmal state of the roads within Khayelitsha, and eNCA turned up to assess the situation.


Sadly for them, they were subjected to a horrendous ordeal. Nobody was hurt during the confrontation, but the volatile atmosphere here is stopping journalists and municipal workers from trying to help these communities.


Monique Mortlock was delivering a piece to camera, just moments before being apprehended. The trauma, however, didn’t stop with the robbery: According to the reporter, a local police officer only served to prolong the harrowing experience…


“We were just robbed at gunpoint in Khayelitsha after doing a live crossing. Now my colleague and I have to deal with an inept police officer telling us we can’t open the case at this station – a two-minute drive from where it happened – because it’s not in their jurisdiction… WTF?”


“When I told this officer; ‘it happened around the corner from this station, how can we not open a case here’ … he tells us to ‘not be on top of him’. I told him we’re traumatised and want this sorted – he then said ‘I’m also traumatised!’ – MY BRU!”

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 8, 2021, 6:40 a.m. No.13383950   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“The Gupta Interview - Duduzane, President Zuma's son” posted Nov 24, 2016, at with the below comment.


Ajay Gupta discusses his relationship with the President son Duduzane Zuma who is on the board of 11 different companies together


Stephen Grootes.interviews Ajay Guota on 16 February 2016. This interview was never made public until a few days ago when it was leaked…


The Gupta's PR company Bell Potinger's based in UK had a non-disclosure agreement which they in forced once they saw the disastrous interview in which Ajay Gupta made many incriminating statements


“Watch: Girls, yachts, and Madonna: Duduzane Zuma lives it up in Dubai” – in the same city as the Guptasdated 8 April 2021 at


It's alright for some: Duduzane Zuma seems to have his father's taste for the finer things, and his antics in Dubai have gone viral this week.


Well, we can’t imagine how this could possibly come back to bite Duduzane Zuma if he runs for president in the next few years. The son of Jacob often cuts a controversial figure – and staunch critics will not be too impressed with the videos that were shared online this week, showing him living the high life in Dubai.


Although the videos aren’t dated, it’s understood that they were taken recently. Duduzane Zuma – who once famously claimed he wasn’t born with a silver spoon in his mouth – can first be seen taking a speedboat out for a spin, singing along to Madonna’s La Isla Bonita. In the second video, he sends a birthday shout-out to his friend while on a yacht.


A crowd of beautiful women all take turns wishing his friend Max a ‘happy birthday’, including one South African citizen. The videos don’t last long, but they certainly tell us all we need to know about Zuma Jnr’s lavish lifetstyle in the UAE.


Fair enough, everyone’s entitled to spend their free time how they want – but Duduzane Zuma is likely doing this on the taxpayers’ bill. The Daily Maverick claims that DZ is still funding his playboy antics with ‘state funds’. On top of that, however, there are even more morally questionable factors.


Duduzane is pretty much at the heart of the entire state capture network. The 37-year-old worked closely with the Gupta brothers, and even defended them during his appearance at the Zondo Commission. The fact he is now in the same city as the Indian billionaires, potentially spending our money on his parties, is a slap in the face for many South Africans.

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 8, 2021, 9:06 a.m. No.13384676   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8911 >>2771 >>1538

“‘You cannot be African AND white’ – Mbuyiseni Ndlozi in explosive rant” – EFF- Below are excerpts.


Ah, this is going to linger for a while. EFF Commissar Mbuyiseni Ndlozi – whose greatest hits include calling Nelson Mandela a sell-out and denouncing the Springboks’ Rugby World Cup victory – has added another hot take to the collection. On Tuesday, the controversial MP stated that ‘no white person on this continent can claim to be African’.


Between 8% – 10% of all South Africans are white citizens, with at least 80% of the population sitting in the ‘Black African’ demographic. The discourse about the imbalance of wealth between the two groups is frequently brought into the limelight by the EFF, but with the Easter holidays done and dusted, Ndlozi has decided to kick things up another level.


During a series of Tweets that rued today’s date – 6 April is when Jan van Riebeek and other Dutch settlers arrived in South Africa, back in 1652 – the 35-year-old argued that no-one can exist as an African and a white person ‘at the same time’…


“The term ‘Afrikaner’ is a land thief identity that prides itself in colonial crimes. No one can be African AND white at the same time! Seeking to be White, means Africans MUST be Black.” | Mbuyiseni Ndlozi


The EFF also went down the same lines of attack, lambasting the inequality that currently exists in South Africa. In a recently-issued statement, the party questioned SA’s allegiance to the UK and the Commonwealth, claiming that the ‘arrogance of colonialism’ continues to embolden racists to this very day. Eish, these guys haven’t held back at all…


“The 6th of April, the date when Jan van Riebeek and his fellow colonialists landed on our shores, still inflicts pain on the South African people. As a country, we still belong to a group of countries that observes loyalty to the United Kingdom under the Commonwealth – and the arrogance of racists in SA, to this day, draws its inspiration from these settlers.”

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 8, 2021, 9:08 a.m. No.13384685   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8911 >>2771 >>1538

Is the EFF conditioning people for a revolution? The ANC has also been actively commemorating several of its comrades recently.


“Eff marks the 6th of April as the arrival of white-settlers who stole the land of African people”- posted on their Twitter account at


The EFF marks the 6th of April as the day the original sin was set in motion against African people, when racist white-settler minority arrived on our shores and committed the most despicable crime against humanity.


On this day in 1652, Jan Van Riebeek and his band of criminals landed at what was known as the Cape of Good Hope, and pursued the racist and capitalist agenda of colonial conquest and subjugation of Black people in the land of their birth.


It is a day that inflicts pain in the souls of African people in the past and the present, as our very reality today is determined by that fateful arrival of a genocidal people who have no regard for the life of African people.


It is because of this very day, that a white minority has engineered a country that serves them alone. Today, because of the legacy of colonialism black people live in shacks, are servants in suburbs and are helplessly at the mercy of white people in the corporate sector and in all aspects of society.


The confidence and arrogance of racists in this country draws its inspiration from those settlers who assumed their own superiority, and the self-proclaimed sophistication of their norms, cultures, religions and values.


We are yet to escape the firm grip on African lives that was crafted during the epoch of settler colonialism.


As a country, we still belong to a Common Wealth of nations that observes loyalty to the United Kingdom, the very purpose that the so-called former liberation movement known as the South African Natives National Congress was established for.


We continue to export valuable raw materials to the West, perpetuating our own under¬development and dependency through unequal trade relations whose purpose is wealth extraction in Africa.


The most offensive concession made by a government that suffers from a severe inferiority complex is the celebration of the very murderers who stole our land through statues, street names and symbols all over this country. Racist men and women, who committed atrocities against our people are made to represent heritage, and look over African people, reaffirming that black life means nothing.


Not even in Germany are the victims of the fascist Adolf Hitler subjected to statues and songs that commemorate the Nazi's, yet in South Africa we glorify those who committed an institutional cultural and physical genocide against African people.


Our national anthem contains the hymn of conquest known as "Die Stem", which the children of Jan Van Riebeek sang while they tortured black people who dared to demand dignity and that the wealth of South Africa be controlled by the majority Black people.


The legacy of 1652 lives on and our continued landlessness is testament to that. The EFF therefore reaffirms that we will never retreat in the agenda of the return of our land as the point of departure to reclaim black dignity and reverse the social-ills that are born out of the miserable day when a curse arrived at the shores of Africa.


The removal of all statues of racists and colonialist is an agenda that must be intensified, as killers have no right to be celebrated and the notion that racists must remain at sites of significance as heritage must be rubbished with the contempt it deserves.


We call for "Die Stem" to be removed from the national anthem, and for all Africans to respect the hymn Nkosi Sikelela i'Africa. by refusing to sing "Die Stem", and sitting down at any event of significance that attempts to defile a sacred song of our liberation heroes.


As African people, we must undermined the arrogant assumption that Black life, experience, culture and being is worth nothing, as 1652 is a day upon which whiteness imposed itself on Africans on the premise that it constitutes civility and that only white people are human beings.


We must fight tirelessly for Economic Freedom and for the dignity of Black people, so as to honour those who fought gallantly in defence of the land and the humanity of Africans.

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 8, 2021, 9:12 a.m. No.13384710   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Disrupted Land Documentary” – History and Future of South Africadated Mar 10, 2019, at This is a good documentary.


Disrupted Land is a documentary film about the history and future of land ownership in South Africa. The film deals with the controversial history of land in South Africa and views it is a matter that has been distorted for political gain by politicians and land reform activists. The film investigates the question of how white farmers obtained land in South Africa and exposes the extensive failure of the South African government’s land reform initiatives. Disrupted Land refutes the claim that there is a large-scale hunger for rural land among black people in South Africa. The films also point out that the situation would deteriorate if the ruling ANC and its alliance partners were to succeed with its push for expropriation of private property without compensation.


The film was produced by Forum Films, in cooperation with AfriForum

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 8, 2021, 12:25 p.m. No.13385926   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“Tainted Heroes Full Documentary” – ANC History- This is a phenomenal and educational documentary for those who have not seen it.


Tainted Heroes tells the story of how the African National Congress (ANC) – once a marginalised organisation within the South African political landscape – rose to power in the aftermath of the Soweto Uprisings in 1976. The documentary deals with the organisation’s military training received in various African countries as well as the lesser known story of how the ANC underwent strategic training in Vietnam to implement a so-called people’s war strategy against its rival organisations. This was especially implemented against the organisation’s former ally, Inkatha, led by Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi. The film explains how the ANC successfully implemented a predetermined programme of violence, fear and propaganda to eliminate political rivals and establish itself as the sole representative of black aspirations in South Africa. It illuminates how the ANC’s armed struggle was more a struggle against black rival organisations than against the apartheid system.

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 9, 2021, 5:53 a.m. No.13390288   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“SCANDAL: [B]Oksburg East train station on East Rand reflects the legacy of the ANC in South Africa”-


“The man videoing the station comes to the realisation that things were much better before 1994.”

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 9, 2021, 5:54 a.m. No.13390293   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8914 >>1538

“Twelve people, possibly foreigners, beheaded in attack on Mozambique gas hub town, police say”-


“Twelve people, possibly foreigners, were found beheaded following an Islamic State-claimed attack on the northern Mozambique town of Palma, near natural gas projects worth $60 billion, according to local police commander.”

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 9, 2021, 5:55 a.m. No.13390296   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8914 >>1538

“SADC wants a proportionate regional response, to the terrorist attacks in northern Mozambique.”-


“The Southern African Development Community wants what it calls a proportionate regional response, to the terrorist attacks in northern Mozambique. It comes after a meeting of six southern African presidents, including Cyril Ramaphosa, in Maputo this afternoon. The leaders have condemned the insurgent attacks, adding that there will be an immediate technical response to the country.”


Noteworthy statement;


4:26 – “The Minister of International Relations saying, it appears that their attacks are coordinated sophisticated but also backed by funding and a supply of modern weaponry compared to you know just machetes.”


Response – “Yes absolutely, we saw all sorts of automatic weapons and rocket-propelled grenades in the Palma attacks and this group is getting much more organized. They’re getting funding from somewhere. I mean the other thing about Mozambique is that it’s notorious for smuggling. Everything from diamonds and rubies to timber and to people and ivory and… heroin of course and there’s a lot of that activity on the coastline makes this a very complicated situation. Along with a population that has long been neglected and underdeveloped so it’s a bit of a toxic mix and it’s not an easy one to solve.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 9, 2021, 6:37 a.m. No.13390477   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8919 >>6348



“Mob justice: Police to prioritise murder investigation of Soweto woman” ["accused of witchcraft"]-


The 59-year-old victim was allegedly "accused of witchcraft".


Authorities are investigating the murder of a 59-year-old woman who succumbed to her injuries earlier this month. The case has now been revised from attempted murder to murder.


Brigadier Mathapelo Peters confirmed that Gauteng Police Commissioner, Lieutenant General Elias Mawela ordered the prioritisation of the investigation.


Peters refers to the murder of Ms Jostina Sangweni as an “apparent incident of mob justice”, which took place on Friday evening, 26 March 2021 in Mapetla, Soweto.


Peters said in a statement that officials at the Maroka SAPS were alerted to an incident in Mabalane Street, Mepetla back in March. Brigadier Peters adds:


“At the same time, a family came to the police station to report their mother as missing. It is at this point that police together with the family left for Mabalane Street where indeed they found the injured victim whereupon the family confirmed that she was their mother.”


Sangweni was then reportedly “rescued and rushed to hospital for medical attention”. Unfortunately, the 59-year-old victim passed away on Monday, 5 April 2021.


It was later revealed that Sangweni was “accused of witchcraft when in fact preliminary evidence reveals that the deceased was mentally unwell”.


At the time of publishing, no suspects had been arrested, but investigators are “gathering evidence towards building a solid case that can stand in court”.


Lieutenant General Mawela has once again reiterated the SAPS’ call to communities to “refrain from mob justice that has always proven more harmful and tragic such as in this instance”.


Authorities are now calling on the local community and the public in general for assistance with information that could lead to the apprehension of the perpetrators


“The Provincial Commissioner has also taken this opportunity to assure the family of the deceased Ms Sangweni that police will do everything in their power to ensure that justice is served, in line with the SAPS’ stance to prioritise the investigation of cases where crime is committed against women, children and other vulnerable persons.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 9, 2021, 6:50 a.m. No.13390529   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8919 >>6348



“Creche of horrors: Alexandra facility closed after teacher ‘burns toddler’”-


The Gauteng Department of Social Development has confirmed that a creche in Alexandra has been closed down, due to a 'shocking act of child abuse'.


A creche in the Alexandra township of Gauteng has been found operating illegally, after one of the now-suspended employees was accused of deliberately burning the legs of a toddler on punitive grounds.


A teacher of the young class is understood to have become enraged when the young victim soiled himself. They then used boiling water on the child’s body to clean him, leaving the boy in crippling pain and unable to walk properly.


Gauteng Department of Social Development spokesperson Feziwe Ndwayana finally broke the local government’s silence on the matter – more than two months after the case was initially reported. He spoke with Radio 702 host Bongani Bingwa on Thursday, explaining that the creche has now been shut ‘for the next five days’ while investigations continue


“A fully-fledged investigation is underway and the aim is to assess whether the ECD is in line with the norms and standards of the Children’s Act. The HOD is issuing a notice of closure and it will be closed within the next five days.“

Feziwe Ndwayana


The case has haunting parallels to the abuse witnessed at a creche in Carletonville a couple of years ago. A former daycare teacher, who got caught on camera assaulting toddlers, was sentenced to five years behind bars. Nellie Senwametsi was convicted of two counts of common assault and one of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm.


In disturbing video clips that went viral on social media, Senwametsi struck one toddler numerous times on the head and forced the child to clean up after their own vomit. The Alexandra teacher, meanwhile, is now facing charges of ‘attempted murder’ – and will be subject to the full might of the law if found guilty.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 9, 2021, 6:56 a.m. No.13390568   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“ANC Youth League to make a comeback, task team appointed” after being dissolved in 2019-


The ANC Youth League leadership was dissolved in 2019 after members embarked on demonstrations, claiming the ANCYL NEC was too old and way beyond the age limit


The African National Congress (ANC) has released the names of the ANCYL National Youth Task Team. The team has essentially been tasked with resuscitating the ANC Youth League – by means of strengthening and consolidating existing structures of the youth league and to build new ones in consultation with regions and provinces.


The appointments were announced on Thursday, 08 April 2021.


“The ANCYL NYTT will primarily serve as a National Congress Preparatory Committee charged with the responsibility to prepare the ANCYL for conference… It is also charged with the responsibility to develop and roll out a programme of action, bringing together young people from different facets as a build-up to the envisaged elective conference,” the party said.


Some of the appointments to the ANC Youth League Task Team include Nomceba Mhlauli, currently a spokesperson in the Ministry of the Presidency, Fasiha Hassan, member of the Gauteng legislature, Joy Maimela and Thuthukile Zuma, the daughter of former president Jacob Zuma.


ANC secretary general Ace Magashule introduced Mhlauli as the convener of the newly established team, while Maimela will be its coordinator.


The ANC Youth League leadership was dissolved in 2019 after members embarked on demonstrations, claiming the ANCYL NEC was too old and way beyond the age limit required to serve.


The ANC Youth League has long been considered a breeding ground for future leaders of the ANC. The movement, dubbed the “Young Lions” has produced a number of political bigwigs in the ruling party, including Fikile Mbalula and Malusi Gigaba.


“The ANC is determined to rebuild the ANCYL and restore its vibrancy so that it can continue to fulfill its historic mission. In the 1940s, the ANC was revitalized and became more militant in its actions and articulations. A key reason for this was the influence of the ANC Youth League whose leadership included giants such as Anton Lembede, its first president, Oliver Tambo, Nelson Mandela and Walter Sisulu,” the ANC further said.


“Today, as we seek to consolidate the gains of our liberation struggle, the ANC continues to look up to its youth to once again play a leading role in the national effort to confront the triple challenges of poverty, unemployment and inequality”


The ANC said its national officials have already met with the leadership of the NYTT and expressed overall support in their work of rebuilding and restoring the ANCYL.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 9, 2021, 7:08 a.m. No.13390629   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Bompas Road Evictions | What's next for the homeless?”-


Earlier this week, a group people was evicted from a private property on Bompas Road in Dunkeld West in Johannesburg. The City has stepped in to assist in relocating them and reuniting some with their families.


[And they complained about Apartheid displacing people.]

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 9, 2021, 6:33 p.m. No.13394406   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Originally Canada #16 >>13393668


WE Charity officially launched in California in 2014. Gavin Newsom, who was lieutenant governor at the time, tweeted on March 26 of that year to welcome the charity's first statewide fundraiser "WE Day California" hosted inside the Oakland arena.


16,000 students from hundreds of schools across the state packed inside to watch celebrities like Selena Gomez, Orlando Bloom, and Seth Rogan perform sharing inspirational messages.


"You are changing the world," said Gomez to a crowd. "That's amazing."


In order to attend, students needed to do local and global acts of service. A common one was raising money to build schools for underprivileged kids in Kenya and Ecuador.


On March 12, 2021, the Kielburger brothers testified under oath they paid Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's family nearly a half-million dollars in speaking fees for WE Day events.


I'd like to commit to 100 schools around the world. 100 schools," Oprah Winfrey said in an interview with the Kielburger brothers.


Since the brothers appeared on Oprah in 2000, WE Charity claims 1,500 schools and school rooms have been built across the world with funds. But, the nonprofit has been unable to provide a list of each location to the Parliamentary committee.


Can't tell us where those schools are, who the students are, who the teachers are," said Poilievre. "How can we even prove they exist?

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 10, 2021, 4:51 a.m. No.13396852   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>6876 >>8922 >>2793 >>1753

“State Capture Inquiry | Karyn Maughn on David Mahlobo's testimony” -


“The world according to David Mahlobo: everyone is a spy, everyone/everything is being watched, including the State Capture Commission”-


As the former minister of state security in the Zuma administration and as a key Cabinet member implicated by several witnesses as a strategic enabler of State Capture, Mahlobo brought with him to proceedings the requisite air of paranoia and moments of a mental knit one, slip one.


At various junctures, Mahlobo seemed at pains to ram home that the “eyes of the world” were watching the commission.


When an issue arose with regard to his microphone Mahlobo cautioned Zondo that, “I can do profiling. How you speak, how you read… this is not on a closed session, someone is taking notes somewhere”.


Indeed, a multitude of journalists as well as South African citizens.


Later, justifying the direction that foreign counterintelligence measures took under his watch, Mahlobo was at pains to point out that South Africa was a strategic target for foreign intelligence agencies (unnamed) intent on “pursuing their objectives” (undeclared).


People, he warned, could be recruited by foreign agencies “knowingly or unknowingly, wittingly or unwittingly”.


No one was immune to these powers determined to pursue their own objectives including economic and political dominance (undefined).


“I repeat, no one is immune from recruitment. They can recruit a minister, they can even recruit a president. They can recruit a judge, they can recruit a parliamentarian. You can recruit as long as you know what kind of information and influence you need,” Mahlobo told Justice Zondo, balling his right hand into a fist.


Pretorius attempted to unpack the level and nature of Mahlobo’s oversight as minister of the State Security Agency which wielded enormous unaccountable power and which has been accused of establishing a parallel intelligence network at the service of former president Jacob Zuma.


These were findings not only by the High Level Panel review into the State Security Agency but also in testimony under oath to the commission by panel chair, Sydney Mufamadi and also then SSA acting DG, Loyiso Jafta.


Mahlobo took the opportunity to introduce other global agencies to his evidence and how they went about their work including “the Russians, the Chinese, the British and the CIA”.


“In other countries, they actually get presidents to interfere in another country,” said Mahlobo without providing any specific examples.


To which Pretorius responded that surely South Africa should apply and adhere to “our own policies and institutions” and not those of other countries.


“Let me assist you,” Mahlobo offered Pretorius, “that is an opinion”.


The biggest threat to the economy, Mahlobo said, had been identified as corruption in various areas as well as “negative” foreign forces seeking to influence the country’s politics.


Asked to identify these specific “foreign threats” Mahlobo responded, “let it be on record: Not everybody is a friend to South Africa. We do have enemies”.


Even countries that South Africa might regard as “friends” and with whom it shared “certain things” would not hesitate in “pursuing their own national interests even to their dominance economically”.


“Some, they live here, they are declared here. This country has these people but in the covert world, there are people you will never see and you must never see them,” Mahlobo offered.


No one was immune to recruitment by these foreign forces, Mahlobo warned, “not even presidents, judges or parliamentarians”.

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 10, 2021, 4:56 a.m. No.13396864   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8919 >>6348

>>13396852 - Rhino Trafficker in this video mentions David Mahlobo of the State Security Agency as a house guest from 17:00


“The Poachers Pipeline l Al Jazeera Investigations”dated Nov 13, 2016, at This is excellent investigative journalism. Government officials of South Africa, Chjna, Vietnam and North Korea seem to be involved.


An Al Jazeera undercover team penetrated the network of dealers, agents and traffickers who profit from the multi-million dollar trade in Rhino horn. An illegal business that is decimating the Rhino population close to the point of extinction.


Our reporters discovered that members of the Chinese President’s delegation went on an illegal spending spree in South Africa to buy ivory and rhino horn and smuggled the products back to China, according to revelations to be broadcast by Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit.


In a six-month long investigation the Al Jazeera team also filmed a Chinese businessman, based in South Africa, describing his dealings in rhino horn and how he escapes prosecution. “Everything in Africa is based on money”, he says.


Al Jazeera shows exclusive footage shot secretly in a village near the Vietnamese capitol, Hanoi, which is a hub of wildlife trafficking. Despite a massive dossier of evidence on over fifty dealers in the village selling horn, ivory, tiger skins and lion bones, to the Vietnamese Government, no official action has been taken to close down the trade.


About twenty five thousand rhino are left in Africa. Six thousand have been killed in the last decade. The largest concentration of rhino is in South Africa and the Kruger National Park has become the major killing field, with two or three animals shot every night by local poachers.

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 10, 2021, 5:19 a.m. No.13396927   🗄️.is 🔗kun

“Kissinger Warns Washington: Accept New Global System Or Face A Pre-WWI Geopolitical Situation”- Below are excerpts.


With the White House continually provoking tensions against Russia and China, the doyen of American foreign policy, Henry Kissinger, dramatically warned Washington last week to either agree to a new international system or continue pushing tensions that are leading to a situation similar to the eve of World War One.


In a recent Chatham House webinar with former British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, 97-year-old Kissinger called on the U.S. to create a balance with existing global forces, adding


“if you imagine that the world commits itself to an endless competition based on the dominance of whoever is superior at the moment, then a breakdown of the order is inevitable. And the consequences of a breakdown would be catastrophic.”


The veteran diplomat urged the U.S. to understand that not every issue has “final solutions” and warned


“if we don’t get to an understanding with China on that point, then we will be in a pre-World War One-type situation in which there are perennial conflicts that get solved on an immediate basis but one of them gets out of control at some point.”


However, the idea that the U.S. should stop imposing its will on everyone else will not be easily accepted in Washington. This is attested by the sharp rhetoric and personal insults that U.S. President Joe Biden continually levels against his Russian and Chinese counterparts, Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping.


Kissinger’s career is washed in blood when we remember his backing of Pakistan during Bangladesh’s War of Independence despite the massacre of hundreds of thousands of people and mass rape; orchestrated a military coup in Chile to remove democratically elected Allende in favor of the Pinochet dictatorship; tacitly supported Indonesia’s mass killing of hundreds of thousands of East Timorese; and, blessed Turkey’s invasion of northern Cyprus that led to 200,000 Greek refugees without a right of return – among many other things.


Personal insults against Putin and Xi are an expression of American impotence, especially when we consider that the U.S. historically did not engage in this kind of rhetoric when it was at the zenith of its power. The U.S. is no longer the world’s sole superpower and its rivals are no longer accepting such aggression, which is exactly why the Chinese delegation that went to Alaska last month clearly stated that it does not accept any language of force.


Robert Gates, former director of the CIA and U.S. Secretary of Defense, admitted in a recent interview with the Washington Post that sanctions against Russia do not any good for the U.S. In The National Interest, Robert Kaplan describes Russia as a “problem from hell” because it cannot be subdued. Kaplan offered reasons why it is necessary for Russia to “move away from its one-sided alliance with China” and find balance with the U.S.

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 10, 2021, 6:23 a.m. No.13397121   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“6 people killed in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo: Aime Zonveni”-


“Suspected ADF militia have killed 6 people in a new massacre in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Reports say the attack took place in the city of Butembo, near a local UN mission camp. The attack comes as thousands continue to flock to the streets of Eastern Congo's several cities, demanding the withdrawal of MONUSCO, the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the country. Aime Zonveni is the Kinshasa Times Editor. He joins us joins on Skype from Lubumbashi.”

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 10, 2021, 6:25 a.m. No.13397129   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8914 >>1538

“Mozambique Crisis | Total's future in Cabo Delgado”-


“The Southern African Development Community decided on Thursday on a regional response to the violence in northern Mozambique.”


“Mozambique’s Frelimo gambled everything on gas – and lost” - Below are excerpts.


The country's ruling party thought gas would secure a wealthy future, but that dream faded and finally was shattered by attacks that sent energy giant Total packing.


The leadership of Mozambique’s ruling party, Frelimo, was dazzled by gas. The discovery of the second-largest gas reserve in Africa in 2010 led the political and business elite to believe Mozambique would be like Abu Dhabi, Qatar or Kuwait. Gas would make them fabulously wealthy and the riches would trickle down to ordinary people.


Poverty and inequality were increasing, but there was no reason to spend money on rural development because the gas bonanza would end poverty. Of course, the elites could take their share early, such as with the $2-billion secret debt in 2012. The gas windfall would benefit everyone by 2020, delayed to 2025 and then to 2030. The people would believe the dreams.


But in Cabo Delgado they did not, and an insurgency began in 2017 over growing poverty and inequality as well as political and economic exclusion. There is broad agreement that al-Shabaab, as the insurgents are known in Mozambique, initially comprised local people with a local leadership. Whether the Islamic State now controls al-Shabaab is a matter of huge debate, but even advocates of this view accept that it took over an existing local insurgency. Local people saw the development of a ruby mine in the province and the initial gas development and realised there were no jobs for them. The gas and ruby money was not trickling down to them.


In Mozambique, the government, Frelimo and business are the same people, led by a handful of oligarchs who are surrounded by a penumbra of the Frelimo elite. They control contracts, land and licences, and thus the economy. Frelimo is now run entirely according to a patron-client system. At each level, people service those above them, demand obeisance from those below and collect money from whatever they are involved in.


The system is known locally as “goatism”, from the saying “the goat eats where it is tethered”. The police set up checkpoints to collect money, clerks demand a fee to process a document, and so on. School teachers must satisfy their school head by working actively on elections but, in exchange, they can demand bribes from pupils and parents and do not have to show up to teach.


Will Total return? Not in the short term. It will take perhaps a year for more than 100 British and US military trainers already in Nacala, on the northern coast in Nampula province, plus Portuguese soldiers, to create a functioning army.

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 10, 2021, 6:27 a.m. No.13397133   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8914 >>1538

“Is ISIL gaining a foothold in southern Africa? | Inside Story”-


Noteworthy statements;


10:08 – “ISIS has not had any contact with Al Shabaab for almost a year. If you go back and look, there was a link that in May or June of last… year was broken. And ISIS stopped making claims about the victories and if you look at the recent claim on Palma, it’s entirely fake news. And the pictures that they used and the videos that they used were from a similar [] last year. So the ISIS claim was totally fake.”


23:25 – “We need to ask a question about the political establishment in power in Mozambique for almost 50 years. Don’t you think that the top priority should be now genuine political reforms in the country itself for the country to be able to be immune from such problems in the northern part?”

[Response] “I would support that entirely, the question is how do you do it? The international community only wants to invest in Mozambique to make a profit from the gas. All the international community has dropped governance from their list of priorities, they want investment. And so there’s no pressure on the Mozambican elite to change. They figure they can tough it out, they figure they can keep with these resources and they don’t see any reason to change either, even with the war.”

[Response] “Yeah because this is a very fascinating thing because when you go the African Union summits they’re talking about silent guns, the need to combat extremism and poverty and tackle the issues of environment and cycles of drought however when it comes to tackling the persistent issue of corruption, mismanagement of public funds that’s where they have been lagging far behind.”


[Are the beheadings fake as well? It is strange that the police commander would bury the bodies himself and without requesting help from the international community to identify them should they have been foreigners.]

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 10, 2021, 6:29 a.m. No.13397141   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Dr. John Coleman- The Committee of 300 (1994) Full”- It is worth listening.


“Dr. John Coleman, being a historian in intelligence community, researched in full scope the sinister forces behind the New world order movement. This video lecture represents a culmination of his findings about secret societies which form this global movement and how it came into existence.”


Noteworthy statement;


1:38:54 – “They will also put the IMF, International Monetary Fund, in charge of our finances, and banking in the country will be in the control of 5 major banks. That will help to control the situation and further destabilize the country. That is the aim and object of all of this. Once a nation is destabilized, it’s very easy to deal with it and push it into a socialist new world order. A one world government.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 10, 2021, 10:21 a.m. No.13398067   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“Cyril Ramaphosa and Jacob Zuma - Leaked Audio Clip” -


“‘Sorry you see me that way’ – secret clip of Ramaphosa, Zuma chat leaked”-


A secret recording of Cyril Ramaphosa 'having it out' with Jacob Zuma has been leaked - and you can listen to the bombshell clip here.


A two-minute audio clip has been made public on social media on Friday, allegedly revealing what went off behind closed doors at the ANC Top 6 meeting last weekend. The secret exchange between Cyril Ramaphosa and Jacob Zuma – who have been at loggerheads for the last few years – has turned heads across the country.




Although the voice-note is a little too short to feature Zuma’s response, it’s a very revealing portrait of how Ramaphosa is currently trying to quell his critics. The president remains calm throughout, discussing the bad blood between the pair. Cyril informs uBaba that there is no ‘personal prejudice’ against him, and apologised for the soured relations.


Ramaphosa went on to tell his predecessor that he ‘did not want him to resign early’ back in 2018 – even though that meant CR would become president. According to the ANC leader, he was outnumbered by senior party comrades, who decided that Msholozi must go the same way as Thabo Mbeki, by leaving the role before his term expired.



“In your mind, it’s possible that you’d think Cyril Ramaphosa is always against you, and wants you to go to jail. That’s perhaps your view, but I want to say that’s never been my orientation. I see you as my leader, and as my elder in the ANC.


“I would say there’s another leader who never had a supportive disposition to me, but I never wanted to see him leave that way: That’s comrade Thabo (Mbeki). He should not have been taken out of the position, neither should you, but we lost the argument. There were contrary voices that were overwhelmed. That’s what happened in your case.


“I’m sorry that you see me as deceitful and untrustworthy. I am sorry that you see me that way.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 10, 2021, 10:59 a.m. No.13398212   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8224 >>6864 >>8904 >>6300 >>6384 >>6402

“Remembering Chris Hani 28 years after his assassination”-


Chris Hani who was assassinated 28 years ago today did not live to see the democratic dispensation emerge in South Africa.


South Africa was thrown into turmoil 28 years ago when struggle icon Chris Hani was assassinated and tens of thousands of citizens took to the streets in mourning and protest.


Hani was assassinated 28 years ago on 10 April 1993 outside his home in Dawnpark, a racially mixed suburb of Boksburg when Polish far-right anti-communist Janusz Waluś shot Hani as he stepped out of his car.


Waluś and Clive Derby-Lewis, a senior South African Conservative Party MP and then Shadow Minister for Economic Affairs, who had loaned Waluś his firearm, were both arrested for Chris Hani’s murder within six months.


Chris Hani joined the ANC Youth League at the age of 15 and later joined (MK). He was eventually arrested under the Suppression of Communism Act and later went into exile in Lesotho in 1963.


He departed from South Africa for the Soviet Union where he received military training, and returned in 1967 to fight in the Rhodesian bush war during which he served as Political Commissar in the Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army (ZIPRA). He operated out of Zambia under the command of Joshua Nkomo. Hani spent time as a clandestine organiser in the liberation struggle in South Africa in the 1970’s. By the 1980’s Hani became the target of assassination attempts and he moved to the ANC’s headquarters in Zambia. He was head of MK and responsible for the suppression of a mutiny by anti-Communist ANC members who were in detention camps. However, he denied any role in abuse such as torture and murder.


Hani permanently returned to the country after the ANC was unbanned in 1990. He eventually took over from Joe Slovo as head of the South African Communist Party in 1991. He supported the end to the armed struggle in favour of negotiations.


According to SA History Hani’s his daughter, Nomakhwezi, then 15 years old, was with him at the time of his assassination 28 years ago today.


“His wife, Limpho, and two other daughters, Neo (then 20 years old) and Lindiwe (then 12 years old) were away at the time. Also implicated in the assassination was Conservative Party MP Clive Derby-Lewis, and strangely a theory based largely on documents given to the Mail & Guardian point to a conspiracy beyond the right wing, linking the assassination to the ANC,” SA History reported.


“Hani’s death came at a critical time for South Africa. The SACP was on the brink of gaining significant status as an independent political party. It now found itself bereft of funds, due to collapse in Europe, and without a strong leader. The assassination helped persuade the bickering negotiators of the Multi-Party Negotiating Forum to finally set a date for South Africa’s first democratic election.”


Both Waluś and Derby-Lewis were sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Chris Hani. Derby-Lewis died on 3 November 2016 and Waluś, now in his 60’s continues to serve his prison sentence in Mampuru Prison in Pretoria. His application for parole in February 2021 was rejected and his attorneys indicated that they would take the matter on appeal.


[Were Walus and Derby-Lewis scapegoats?]

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 10, 2021, 11 a.m. No.13398217   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8224 >>3652 >>6864 >>8904 >>6300 >>6384 >>6402

“Hani killing was ‘a double conspiracy’”dated 7 Feb 1997 at


The ‘spy’ alleged to have known about Chris Hani’s assassination spoke to the M&G this week, reports Stefaans Brmmer


MOHAMMED AMIN LAHER, whom the Mail & Guardian identified as the mystery “double agent” who had advance knowledge of Chris Hani’s assassination, this week claimed the death plot had been “a conspiracy on both sides of the spectrum”.


The M&G last week published details from two documents in which “Ramon”, described as a double agent of the old Department of Military Intelligence (MI) and African National Congress intelligence structures, warned MI of the impending assassination. The documents claimed members of the ANC intelligence and security establishment would be involved.


The ANC and the South African Communist Party this week called for a thorough investigation, saying they had always believed Hani’s death on April 10 1993 had been the result of a conspiracy reaching well beyond rightwingers Janusz Walus and Clive Derby-Lewis, who are both serving life sentences for Hani’s murder.


But the ANC also said it could find no evidence of Laher – who is believed to have used the aliases Joseph Khan and Dave Brunner – ever having had contact with ANC officials. The M&G has received unconfirmed information to the contrary.


Laher this week called the M&G from an undisclosed location, denying he was Ramon or that he had been with either the ANC or MI. (In calls last week he said the “only two people” who could identify him as Ramon were dead.)


Laher claimed the documents had been part of a “disinformation campaign, but with a shred of truth”. He said the death plot had involved both ANC and apartheid security establishment members.


He did not deny having been associated with Eugene Riley, the MI operative who had composed the documents which quoted Ramon as the source of the information. Julie Wilken, long-time girlfriend of Riley, has also identified Laher as Ramon. Riley died mysteriously in January 1994.


Laher claimed former ANC Department of Intelligence and Security (DIS) member Ricky Nkondo, now a National Intelligence Agency (NIA) division head in Deputy Intelligence Minister Joe Nhlanhla’s office, had been “associated” with Riley before Riley’s death. Former associates of Laher and Riley also made the same unsubstantiated claims that Riley and, according to one of them, Laher, had had contact with the same group of DIS officials to which Nkondo belonged.


The NIA approached Wilken last Friday, asking to debrief her on her evidence. When she agreed, an NIA agent who introduced himself as “Trevor” met Wilken.


The M&G later established that “Trevor” was in fact Nkondo. Deputy NIA co-ordinator Mo Shaikh this week confirmed Nkondo had visited Wilken, saying the approach had been offically sanctioned.


Nkondo is understood to have been put under official pressure subsequently to explain whether he had any knowledge of Laher, which he denied.


In another twist, someone who introduced himself as “Mao” contacted the M&G last week after the newspaper had anonymously approached the MI front company to which Riley had reported, Jacaranda Pamphlets.


The M&G had asked a member of the “company” to find Riley’s former handlers. In response, “Mao” called the M&G – unaware of who he was dealing with. He acknowledged knowing “something” about the documents Riley had delivered on the Hani assassination. This was before the paper first broke the news of the documents.


The M&G has established that “Mao” – although it has no proof that it is the same person – had been a close associate of Nkondo’s in the former DIS, and is now a senior NIA official. “Mao” and Nkondo gathered intelligence on the right wing for DIS in the early 1990s.


Meanwhile, it has been established that Laher earlier had close contact with the Johannesburg underworld of drug lords and syndicate crime. Apart from his contact with Riley, he allegedly had contact with former Civil Co-operation Bureau agent Ferdi Barnard.


Laher’s father-in-law was Shariff Khan, described by police, intelligence and ANC sources as a “godfather” in the murky world of drug barons who co-operated with intelligence agencies. He died a number of years ago.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 10, 2021, 11:02 a.m. No.13398224   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8904 >>6300 >>6384 >>6402




Remember this?


“Jacob zuma reveals secrets involving Chris Hani”-


“While giving a speech Addressing supporters in Johannesburg after the state capture inquiry,former South Africa President Jacob Zuma dared to name those whom he says were behind the conspiracy against him. He also warned that he would name the spies in ANC and those who sold out chris hani.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 11, 2021, 3:32 a.m. No.13402317   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8904 >>6300 >>6384 >>6402

“We continue to remember Chris Hani as today marks 28 years after his assassination”-


“We continue to remember Chris Hani as today marks 28 years after his assassination… Let us speak to former ANC treasurer-general Mathews Phosa”


4:53 – “I am one of those in the investigation team who never accepted Walus was the only one or that Derby Lewis was the only one with him. I still hold the view today they are hiding something big and that’s why I wouldn’t support the parole of Walus because he’s not telling the truth. I wish he could one day tell the truth.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 11, 2021, 3:34 a.m. No.13402323   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Wildlife crimes | Justice in the wild” – Rhino Court Reopens-


“A constitutional court ruling has now opened its doors again, allowing for the Skukuza Regional Court to continue operating inside the Kruger National Park. eNCA's Silindelo Masikane reports.”


1:58 – “Conservationists suggest that it may have been criminal syndicates who had a hand in the attempt to keep the court closed.”

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 11, 2021, 4:28 a.m. No.13402414   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6883 >>8482 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

“13-years on, Judge President Hlophe found guilty of gross misconduct” [regarding Jacob Zuma case]-


After persistent delays and postponements spanning over 13-years, South Africa’s Judicial Conduct Tribunal has finally determined that Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe is guilty of attempting to sway two Constitutional Court judges to rule in favour of former President Jacob Zuma in his 2008 challenge against the seizure of nearly 100 000 documents now being used as evidence against him.


The Tribunal, which was headed by the retired Judge Joop Labuschagne, as well as Judge Tati Makgoka, a Judge of the Supreme Court of Appeal, and Nishani Pather, a practising attorney, unanimously concluded that after over a decade of back-and-forth testimony and challenges, Hlophe was guilty of gross misconduct as envisaged in section 177 of the Constitution.




Hlophe was accused in 2008 of trying to convince judges Chis Jaftha and Bess Nkabinde to violate the terms of their office and rule in favour of Zuma as he took on the Scorpions (now the Hawks) after they seized some 93 000 documents relating to allegations of corruption.


Both Jaftha and Nkabinde testified that Hlophe had acted improperly, but persistent challenges to evidence submissions and claims of persecution led to the case being perpetually delayed as Hlophe continued in his role at the head of the Western Cape’s judiciary.


In its report, released on Saturday 10 April 2020, the Tribunal “unanimously found that on an objective and proper consideration of the facts and probabilities”:


  • Judge President Hlophe’s conduct breached the provision of section 165 of the Constitution in that he improperly attempted to influence the two Justices of the Constitutional Court to violate their oaths of office;

  • His conduct seriously threatened and interfered with the independence, impartiality, dignity and effectiveness of the Constitutional Court; and

  • His conduct threatened public confidence in the judicial system.




The Chairperson of the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) will now receive the report and determine the next course of action, which would likely see impeachment processes instigated against Hlophe.


Further probes against Hlophe have been demanded by various judicial institutions, with the Judge President also implicated in accusations of misconduct relating to Deputy President of the Western Cape High Court, Patricia Goliath, who filed a complaint against him in January 2020.

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 11, 2021, 10:02 a.m. No.13403652   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8904 >>6300 >>6384 >>6402



“`Double agent’ with four aliases gets R5m” - Mohammed Amin Laherdated 24 Apr 1994 at


KwaZulu-Natal Premier Ben Ngubane’s office says it is going ahead with a R5-million grant to an anti-crime scheme managed by controversial double agent Mohammed Amin Laher – alias Mark Todd – in spite of Laher’s murky past.


Laher, who is under investigation for alleged fraud, assault and misrepresenting his identity, featured prominently in Mail & Guardian articles a year ago which explored a wider conspiracy in the April 1993 assassination of South African Communist Party leader Chris Hani.


Laher went to ground at the time. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s investigations unit tried unsuccessfully to find him, because it wanted to interview him about his knowledge of the assassination. The commission’s amnesty committee last month wrapped up its hearings into amnesty applications by Clive Derby-Lewis and Janusz Waluz, both serving life sentences for Hani’s assassination, but has not yet announced a decision.


The M&G recently stumbled across Laher when tipped off that the operations director of the Car Watch Community Programme in Durban was under police investigation.


Laher allegedly gave a false name – Mark Todd – and identity details when he joined Durban’s CR Swart community policing forum’s area board early this year. His Car Watch business card lists his name as Mark Todd, the name by which recent associates appear to know him.


He has told the M&G he used the new name because disclosure of his true identity might endanger his life. He claimed he was in the process of legally changing his name. He gave his new name as both Mark Laher and Mark Laher Todd.


Last year the M&G learnt of a number of other aliases he used, including Joseph Khan and Dave Brunner. But the most intriguing name used by Laher – son-in-law of deceased drug lord Shariff Khan – is “Ramon”, the code name that appeared on intelligence documents for which Laher was the source.


Among these documents was a missive likely to have been delivered to the old National Intelligence Service (NIS) before Hani’s assassination, warning of the plot against the communist party leader. Laher’s handler was Eugene Riley, a member of the notorious military intelligence Civil Co-operation Bureau, who also maintained contact with the NIS. Riley was killed in an yet-unsolved shooting in January 1994.


Equally intriguing, Laher also kept in contact with members of the African National Congress’s then-department of intelligence and security. Although the ANC denied knowledge of Laher last year, former operatives in the department later confirmed the contact and the name of Laher’s “handler”.


Laher has told the M&G he was a double agent and gave sketchy details of how he came to have pre-knowledge of the Hani assassination plot, variously implicating ANC leaders and operatives on “both sides of the spectrum”.


Durban’s Car Watch scheme has been hailed as a forerunner to similar operations countrywide – a co-ordinated effort to regularise parking “attendants”.


Premier Ngubane last month made a R5-million pledge to Car Watch at a provincial crime summit. He hailed the scheme for its efficiency in controlling crime in downtown Durban and along the beachfront.


The premier this week reconfirmed his commitment to Car Watch, saying he believed Laher had good intentions but he did not want to be “dragged into” allegations about his past.


Laher’s lawyers, VJ Kooblal and Associates, say they have written to Minister of Safety and Security Sydney Mufamadi questioning the allegations against Laher.

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 11, 2021, 10:05 a.m. No.13403673   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3686 >>6864 >>8904 >>6300 >>6384 >>6402

“Did British intelligence kill [Chris] Hani?” – Part 1dated May 14, 1993, at


At 10:25 a.m. on the morning of April 10, Chris Hani, chairman of the South African Communist Party (SACP) and heir apparent to Nelson Mandela as leader of the African National Congress (ANC), was gunned down in the driveway of his home in a well-to-do Johannesburg suburb. Hani had been the long-time leader of the ANC's military wing, Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), and a legend among the angry youth of South Africa's townships.


The halo of martyrdom surrounding Hani' s assassination instantly transformed the nation's politics. Suddenly, the ANC made, and the ruling National Party of President F.W. De Klerk acquiesced to, two demands: the establishment of a Transitional Executive Council (TEC) to rule the country, within the astoundingly short time of six weeks, and a firm date, probably in early 1994, for one-man, one-vote national elections. The ANC also demanded, as a member of the TEC, joint control over the nation's powerful security forces. Though these demands had formally been on the agenda of the negotiating process then under way toward majority rule, they were making very little progress until the assassination.


Such apparently noble goals-which amount to the final dismantling of the brutal apartheid system-are not what they seem. Though once representative of the aspirations for social justice and equality of the majority of South Africa's black citizens, the ANC's leadership has, since the early 1950s, increasingly been hijacked by the South African Communist Party, itself historically a tool of outside forces, in the West as well as the East, committed to the destruction of South Africa.


Within an hour after Hani fell in his driveway with at least two wounds to the head, the police captured a 40-yearold Polish immigrant, Janusz Walus, reportedly a fierce anticommunist active in right-wing circles. Within hours, the police arrested another man, a key Conservative Party leader and member of the State President's Council, Clive Derby-Lewis, as the alleged mastermind of the plot. Derby-Lewis had, according to police leaks in the media, not only supplied Walus with the gun, but had drawn up a longer list of targets for assassination as well. Almost immediately, the South African and international press was filled with speculation that Derby-Lewis was the mastermind of an international plot which involved right-wing circles in at least Britain, France, and Germany. On May 1, Derby-Lewis's wife Gaye was formally indicted for the assassination.


Yet many questions remained. At least two eyewitnesses reported two cars involved in the assassination, one red and one white, which converged on Hani's house. But almost immediately, any mention of more than one person disappeared from all police statements, in favor of the lone assassin Walus, backed by Derby-Lewis's international network. The alleged assassin Walus also behaved in an extremely curious fashion: He was caught right in the middle of the town where Hani lived, at least half an hour after the assassination, still in possession of the alleged murder weaponone the police say was taken from a notorious break-in at a South African air base in 1990right on the seat beside him. He had driven his own bright red car, with license plates traceable to him, and despite the fact that he was Poland's Formula One race car champion in 1977, got no further than 10 kilometers from the scene of the crime by the time police arrested him. Walus's father told the Sunday Tribune April 18, "My son is not a murderer. This is just a plot to frame him, just like the Lee Harvey Oswald story. My son is not stupid. Why would he drive a red car to the scene of the murder? You can see a red car for miles. And why would he leave the gun in the car? Why would he leave that list lying around the house for anyone to find? This is a political provocation. "


The police claimed that the gun Walus had used had a silencer, yet several people in Hani' s neighborhood heard at least four, possibly five, shots. South African intelligence sources consulted by EIR in Johannesburg evaluated the assassination as "extremely professional," while ANC officials interviewed by the Tribune described the job as one of a "a marksman," who had shot Hani professionally right behind the ear.


Even more interesting, Hani, who had been the victim of several previous assassination attempts and whose concern for his own security was notorious, had unaccountably given his two bodyguards time off, the precise day the assassin(s) struck. The bodyguards' pabsence smelled of complicity from inside the ANC, and in fact Hani' s factional ally Winnie Mandela charged that the ANC had killed him.

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 11, 2021, 10:06 a.m. No.13403686   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8904 >>6300 >>6384 >>6402 >>4437



“Did British intelligence kill [Chris] Hani?” – Part 2dated May 14, 1993, at


The whole affair was so riddled with inconsistencies that even the left-wing newspaper the New Nation commented April 23, "To attribute the assassination to the lunatic rightwing fringe is a poor attempt at exonerating the more sophisticated forces from culpability." The police's nice-and-tidy verdict of Walus as a "lone assassin," backed by a loose bunch of right-wingers, is viewed by most informed people within South Africa with the same incredulity with which Americans regard the Warren Commission's verdict that Lee Harvey Oswald killed President John F. Kennedy.


A competent investigation of the crime begins with the question, cui bono?-who benefits? On the lower level, the ANC and its negotiating partner, the National Party, both of whom are determined to see the SACP-dominated ANC in power in the near term. But as EIR has demonstrated in a feature series, and in a new book now rocking South Africa, Tiny Rowland: The Ugly Face of Neocolonialism in Africa, the British establishment and its American junior partners have been the chief sponsors of the South African Communist Party-dominated majority of the ANC's leadership. Their intent is to put a regime in power that would, in fact, represent a black-minority regime, resting on a minority of the black population of South Africa; the ANC, dominated by the Xhosa tribe, has at most 500,000 card-carrying members, compared, for example, to the 2.8 million members of the Zulu dominated Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP). Such a minority regime would oversee the International Monetary Fund-ordered destruction of the South African economy. The question is: Are there any British intelligence links to the plot? The answer is yes.


According to South African intelligence sources, Janusz Walus was intimately associated with the South African Institute for Maritime Research (SAIMR), about which, said one intelligence veteran, "That's a very curious outfit. They have no naval guys in it, and they do no research." Furthermore, the SAIMR reportedly has been involved in various coup operations, including in the Seychelles Islands. In fact, according to a November 1990 article in the Sunday Times of London, the SAIMR was founded as a mercenary group of elite special forces people operating throughout Africa. An investigation by one South African intelligence agency determined that SAIMR was a front for Britain's MI-6.


Walus was also associated with, and according to press accounts, had even contributed money to, another British intelligence front, the Stallard Foundation, one with which Derby-Lewis was also reportedly associated. In Britain, one member of Parliament called for an investigation as to whether "British intelligence services" were involved in any way in the murder.


__Walus's possible involvement with British intelligence becomes highlighted also with the sudden visit to South Africa, just days before the assassination, of one of the most important figures in British intelligence, former MI-6 Africa desk head Nicholas Elliott. Despite being in his seventies, Elliott made the arduous journey to Johannesburg from London for a mere three days of meetings. According to sources in London, he met with Julian Ogilvie-Thompson, head of the Anglo-American Corp., the ANC's chief financial sponsor inside the country. Elliott, whose father had been headmaster at the elite British boarding school Eton, was the lifelong friend of Soviet spy Kim Philby, and was suspected of having tipped off Philby in 1963 that he was being investigated by British counterintelligence, allowing him to escape to Moscow. Elliott is also a former board member of Lonrho of Tiny Rowland. Rowland's Lonrho purchased the ANC's Johannesburg headquarters for them, and is bankrolling a planned new ANC newspaper.


Nicholas Elliott is no stranger to "wetwork"-terror and assassinations. He was a controller of the London-based Sikh radical Jagjit Singh Chauhan, whose associates assassinated Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1984.


Immediately after Hani's murder, the ANC called for "outside investigators" to oversee the investigation. The British government then appointed the recently retired head of Scotland Yard's Anti-Terrorist Branch, George Churchill-Coleman. Formerly responsible for coordinating police response to all acts of terrorism in Britain, Churchill-Coleman is a high-level Freemason, who, according to one intelligence source who knew him, quashed an investigation into relations between the IRA and the ANC. According to South African police, Churchill-Coleman is merely "advising" them in the Hani murder probe.

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 11, 2021, 10:09 a.m. No.13403706   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8904 >>6300 >>6384 >>6402

“Did British intelligence kill Hani?” – Part 3dated May 14, 1993, at


Who benefits?


The assassination, combined with the identification of Walus as the sole assassin, accomplished several British intelligence objectives simultaneously.


First and foremost, it has propelled the ANC toward power in a way unimaginable before the hit. In May 1992, the ANC left the negotiating table of the Congress for a Democratic South Africa (Codesa), as the negotiations for majority rule were called at the time, because it was not getting its way in the face of opposition from the Inkatha Freedom Party of Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi; the Conservative Party; self-governing states such as Bophuthatswana and Ciskei; various smaller parties, and even sections of the National Party itself. The ANC's attempt to seize power through "mass action" died in a hail of bullets when Chris Hani and others of the "Stalinist' faction of the SACP/ ANC organized an assault-march in Ciskei, which resulted in the deaths of nearly 30 marchers. The failure of this "mass action," forced the ANC back to the negotiating table. By April 1993, the ANC was making only slow progress in its goal of seizing power, until Hani was gunned down. Now, the ANC has proclaimed a campaign of mass action beginning May 1, involving shutdowns of the economy, until its demands are met.


Second, political observers in the country note that the identification of the Derby-Lewises as the masterminds of Hani's murder provides a convenient pretext for the ANC and National Party to suppress opposition to their domination of the negotiating process, initially in the Conservative Party in which the Derby-Lewises were active, but soon in others as well. The nation's press has reported charges that lists of opposition figures, both black and white, have been drawn up of those who will be detained in the event of an ANC-NP "coalition government." IFP sources report that the ANC intelligence and security apparatus already coordinates on an intimate basis with its opposite number in the government. Said one person close to the IFP leadership, "Much of the fearsome repressive structure built up during apartheid still exists, which is gradually being merged with the MK [the ANC's armed wing] which ran the torture camps in Angola and elsewhere. This could be a police state even worse than anything in the past."


Third, the assassination eliminated Hani himself, who despite his moderate statements of the weeks preceding his death, was the leader of the "Stalinist faction" of the ANC, which believed in shooting its way to power, rather than negotiating. Hani and Winnie Mandela had announced they would form a new party, implicitly against the ANC, should the ANC come to power, and according to intelligence sources in Zimbabwe, had started creating a new armed force there. Aside from Hani and Mandela, this faction also includes Natal Midlands ANC chairman Harry Gwala, ANC Youth League leader Peter Mokaba, and others.


Their opponents in the so-called "Leninist" faction include Nelson Mandela, ANC "foreign minister" Thabo Mbeki, head of manpower development and training Mzwai Piliso, ANC General Secretary Cyril Ramaphosa, and until his recent death, ANC Chairman Oliver Tambo.


The Stalinist faction has been associated with such dinosaurs as the August 1991 coup plotters against then Soviet boss Mikhail Gorbachov, as well as Fidel Castro, while the Leninists are more closely associated with Gorbachov's dialogue partners in the British and American establishments, and their powerful multinationals. According to intelligence sources, in the early 1980s ANC security forces obtained documentation that leading Leninists Thabo Mbeki, Hani's rival as heir apparent to Nelson Mandela, and Mzwai Piliso had been recruited as agents of MI-6, which may explain why they both reportedly travel on British passports. Ramaphosa is also notorious for his connections to the Anglo-American Corp. since his tenure as head of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu), when he was a regular Anglo-American negotiating partner.

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 11, 2021, 10:11 a.m. No.13403716   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8904 >>6300 >>6384 >>6402

“Did British intelligence kill Hani?” – Part 4dated May 14, 1993, at


Fourth, the timing of the assassination, and the orchestration of Hani's funeral, did much to turn a notorious communist Chris Hani into almost a Christian martyr, a factor of great consequence in a nation of millions of black Christians otherwise opposed to the communist dominated ANC. Hani was killed on Easter Saturday. Anglican Bishop Desmond Tutu told the 80,000 people gathered at Hani' s funeral that he and Hani had once stood beside each other singing Christian hymns. "Mr. Hani was murdered between Good Friday and Easter Sunday at the holiest weekend in the Christian calendar," Tutu proclaimed. "God turned the death of Jesus Christ into a great victory of good over evil. The death of Mr. Hani will also inspire the people to a great victory. His death is not a defeat but a victory." Hani was accorded a Catholic funeral, and four white doves (symbolizing the Holy Spirit) were released over his grave.


The British 'strategy of tension'


One of the most crucial effects of Hani's assassination was to inflame racial tensions in the country. ANC Youth leader Peter Mokaba's chant to a rally of ANC youth, "Kill the Boer, kill the farmer," was widely publicized in the nation's Anglo-American Corp-controlled press, as were inflammatory statements by spokesmen for such white rightwing factions as the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) and the World Apartheid Movement (WAM). The last, an extreme right-wing group with which Walus was associated, has not only offered to pay Walus's and Derby-Lewis's court costs, but publicized its vision of "worldwide apartheid."


The violence is now escalating in South Africa, with the May 1 killing of five whites in King Williams Town, the attacks and murders of Afrikaner farmers in remote areas, and the almost-daily slaughter of both Inkatha and ANC members, as well as ordinary people in the townships.


This methodical blind terror has been attributed, by ANC leader Nelson Mandela as well as others, to some "third force," which is trying to incite hatred between Inkatha and the ANC, and now more generally between blacks and whites. According to a report in The Star of Johannesburg April 22, Walus himself was linked to "third force"-style violence as part of a film crew which would mysteriously show up in black townships just as residents were being shot by unknown gunmen.


Though the degree of such "third force" violence now striking South Africa would be impossible without complicity of at least sections of the National Party government's security forces, and although its short-term purpose is to force both white and black South Africans to accept an SACP/ANC-dominated government as the only way to stop the violence, the animosities being inflamed are becoming so intense that such a government would be merely the next step in the downward descent of the country into Yugoslavia-style bloody chaos and war. The "third force," like the assassination of Chris Hani, is clearly orchestrated from abroad.


[Is the George Floyd incident being used in this manner?]

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 11, 2021, 10:13 a.m. No.13403727   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8904 >>6300 >>6384 >>6402

“Hani `conspirator’ was intelligence man” – Part 1dated 14 Feb 1997 at


Intelligence agent Arthur Kemp appears to have knowledge of a wider plot behind Chris Hani’s assassination, writes Stefaans Brmmer


ARTHUR KEMP, the right-wing journalist who gave address details for a “hit list” to Chris Hani’s killers, had links with the old National Intelligence Service (NIS) – raising new questions about possible complicity or foreknowledge in official agencies.


The Mail & Guardian has also confirmed the identity of one of two NIS “handlers” involved with one-time Civil Co-operation Bureau agent Eugene Riley. The handlers allegedly received intelligence reports from Riley warning of Hani’s impending assassination. Riley died in an unsolved shooting in early 1994, but his girlfriend, Julie Wilken, has confirmed she typed the reports.


The reports, revealed in the M&G a fortnight ago, correctly specified April 10 1993 as the date Hani would be killed, and claimed members of the African National Congress’s security and intelligence structures would be involved. Wilken has claimed at least one of the reports reached Riley’s handlers before the assassination.


Kemp, who at different times worked for The Citizen and rightwing publication Die Patriot, was arrested after the assassination. He was used as a state witness in the trial of Conservative Party politician Clive Derby-Lewis and Polish immigrant Janusz Walus, who are both serving life sentences.


In their trial Kemp testified how he had supplied a list with addresses – which he claimed he believed would be used so demonstrations could be held at the homes of enemies of the right wing – to Gaye Derby-Lewis, wife of Clive Derby-Lewis. The prosecution contended the list of 10 names had been a hit list. Hani’s name appeared third on the list, after Nelson Mandela and Joe Slovo.


Intelligence and police sources have confirmed to the M&G that Kemp, a former police security branch member, had been an informant for the NIS. It is alleged that after the assassination the NIS decided to play “open cards” with FW de Klerk’s government: the agency told the then- president of its relationship with Kemp, while denying that Kemp had acted in an official capacity.


But in a new twist Kemp, who moved to Britain last year, recently contacted a London publication, claiming to have knowledge of a wider plot behind Hani’s death. He did not give details.


Kemp’s claim of a wider plot echoes a similar one by Mohammed Amin Laher, whom Wilken has identified as a double agent for Riley and the ANC’s then-Department of Intelligence and Security (DIS), and as the source of Riley’s information on the impending assassination. Laher has claimed in a call from an undisclosed location that Hani’s death involved a conspiracy “on both sides of the spectrum”.


While Wilken and some of Riley’s former associates believe Riley had fed the information to the old department of military intelligence, the M&G this week confirmed that the addressees on the documents – identified in the documents only as “P&F” – were in fact two NIS members who at the time operated under the false company name of Jacaranda Pamphlets, an NIS front.


“P”, whose name has been supplied to the M&G but who cannot be named for legal reasons, specialised in gathering information on the right wing in the early 1990s and also had extensive contact with DIS members when they returned from exile after the unbanning of the ANC. He was instrumental in setting up links between DIS and NIS members in the negotiations that led to the amalgamation of the two intelligence bodies to become the new National Intelligence Agency.


“P”, who now works from the agency’s head office in Pretoria, this week denied having received the documents or having known Riley. Agency liaison officer Willem Thron declined comment, saying the matter concerned the “now-defunct NIS”.

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 11, 2021, 10:14 a.m. No.13403734   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8904 >>6300 >>6384 >>6402

“Hani `conspirator’ was intelligence man” – Part 2dated 14 Feb 1997 at


In other developments:


  • One of the original members of the DIS team that did an investigation on behalf of the ANC into the assassination confirmed Hani had had fears about his own security and had unsuccessfully agitated with the ANC to step up his security.


He said the DIS investigation had found evidence of a second killer or group of killers, besides Walus, whom the DIS believed had been involved. He said this was based on an eyewitness report of a second car besides Walus’s; on the angle of a bullet which seemed to have come from a different direction to where Walus had been standing, and on evidence that someone had been hiding behind a wall next door to Hani’s Boksburg home at the time of the assassination.


He claimed police at the time had been “unwilling” to follow the leads uncovered by the DIS investigation.


  • The documents in the M&G’s possession are only part of a much larger collection of information which Riley had fed to “P&F” at the NIS, a large proportion of them supposedly based on information supplied by Laher.


A senior serving intelligence official, formerly with DIS, has confirmed the existence of the documents, which deal with matters as divergent as arms smuggling, politicians’ affairs and a supposed plot to use a computer programme to favour the ANC in the elections. But he claimed the information contained in the documents often had no bearing on reality.


The question remains, however, how Riley and Laher could have had foreknowledge of the assassination plot, and how they could have remained in the NIS information- gathering chain if they had supplied consistently false information.


  • Hani and another leading South African Communist Party leader had repeated contact with an askari, a former ANC member “turned” by the police security branch, who “turned” again and clandestinely gave the SACP information on security branch matters. Shortly before the assassination, the askari warned Hani that things were “becoming hot” for him

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 11, 2021, 10:19 a.m. No.13403762   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4153 >>6864 >>8904 >>6300 >>6384 >>6402

“Hani’s flight of `coincidence’”dated 21 Feb 1997 at


FLIGHT SA 232 from Johannesburg to London on February 6 1993, two months before Chris Hani was assassinated, had three passengers of note – the South African Communist Party leader himself; right-wing journalist Arthur Kemp, who was later arrested in connection with his murder; and Inkatha Freedom Party militarist Philip Powell.


This “coincidence” was discovered by the Mail & Guardian amid allegations that Hani’s assassination had been part of a plot that went beyond right-wing politician Clive Derby-Lewis and Polish immigrant Janusz Walus.


Kemp gave the tip-off about the South African Airways passenger list to a London Sunday paper a number of weeks ago during an attempt to sell new evidence on Hani’s assassination. The flight details were verified by M&G.


Kemp was not charged with the murder, but was used as a state witness in the trial – he had supplied address details for the “hit list”. This week, he remained mum, saying only: “I have a story to sell. I am prepared to negotiate the price.”


In a letter to the M&G this week, Kemp invited the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to revisit the assassination – claiming it would find nothing new as “there is nothing to hide”.


Kemp, now resident in London, also denied he had been associated with the old National Intelligence Service (NIS), as claimed in the M&G last week. The allegation that he had been a source for the NIS had been confirmed by members of the police and the new National Intelligence Agency before publication. He did not deny he had earlier been with the police security branch.


SACP deputy secretary general Jeremy Cronin confirmed Hani had been on the flight, saying he had been with a delegation en route to Cuba.


Powell confirmed he had been on the same flight, saying he was on a holiday to London. He had encountered Kemp at Johannesburg International Airport before boarding, and had only realised Hani was on the same flight when he saw him at passport control in London.


Powell’s alleged role in IFP military activities – and links to the apartheid security forces – was highlighted last year in the trial of Vlakplaas commander Eugene de Kock. Testifying in mitigation of sentence, De Kock said Powell had been a security branch agent and was later associated with the Military Intelligence front company Longreach. De Kock implicated Powell in Vlakplaas-backed gunrunning to IFP military units in KwaZulu-Natal.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 11, 2021, 1:34 p.m. No.13404630   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6883 >>9631 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

“Foreigners fall prey to spies’ scam” – Part 1dated 20 Apr 2000 at


A group of international investors is threatening to sue the National Intelligence Agency (NIA)and the South African Secret Service for $14-million after getting ripped off in a complex scam by spies using apartheid-era front companies.


The American investors were already granted a US district court judgment for $10,9-million in 1998, but are struggling to get the South African government to agree to either a settlement or arbitration.


Negotiations have taken so long that an additional $3-million interest has been slapped on to the original judgment.


The investors’ high-powered Washington attorney, Joe D’Erasmo, and his Kentucky co-counsel, Lawrence Pedley, both confirmed last week they were about to institute additional urgent legal proceedings in New York in an attempt to enforce judgments against the South African government.


“The government appears to believe that if it delays long enough, the problem will go away. It won’t. My clients have enforceable judgments from US courts and are serious about getting their money back,” said D’Erasmo. “We believe there may be as much as $100-million still hidden in secret Citibank accounts in New York and Greece.”


He added that Citibank has refused to officially comment or release details on either account, but junior bank officials have reportedly confirmed they belong to Intercol (Pty) Ltd chief executive officer and NIA agent Riaan Stander and his sometime business partner Roelof van Rooyen Rodine.


Intercol is one of a series of front companies, including Oceantec Syndicate, Cavos Shipping and Eastech Investments, that appear to have been set up by undercover South African police and intelligence units in the early 1990s to generate secret offshore funds for paramilitary operations such as Eugene de Kock’s C10 Vlakplaas death squad.


De Kock, who is currently serving two life sentences and an additional 212 years in jail for his role in 50 murders, is listed as operations director of Intercol, while Lieutenant Pieter Botha is listed as systems director and General Tai Minnaar as director.


Stander was a low-ranking security policeman at the time, but is now an NIA operative who was until recently attached to the agency’s shadowy strategic projects unit headed by Thabo Khubu.


The unit was meant to trace and recover secret offshore slush funds set up in the dying days of apartheid, but was instead itself dismantled shortly after Khubu was suspended 18 months ago on allegations of massive fraud, misuse of state resources and death threats against his critics.


Stander also worked for apartheid military intelligence front company Longreach (Pty) Ltd, and has featured prominently in investigations into the assassination of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme after claiming that Longreach director and ex-spy Craig Williamson planned the murder.


Williamson denies any involvement in the assassination but confirms hiring Stander a couple of months after Palme’s death as a security consultant. He said Stander was eventually fired a year later in connection with fraud charges.


Intercol’s letterhead boasts it supplies covert intelligence gathering, trade or labour union investigations, political risk analysis and military security training in addition to electronic surveillance, while signed letters indicate it tried to help Zairean dictator Mobutu Sese Seko stay in power by spying on rebels.


The spying included a series of misspelled and highly fanciful “security reports” detailing how rebels hired European mercenaries and bought arms, specially built military 4x4s and a troop transport ship in Greece.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 11, 2021, 1:35 p.m. No.13404634   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6883 >>9631 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

“Foreigners fall prey to spies’ scam” – Part 2dated 20 Apr 2000 at


D’Erasmo said three of his clients hired Intercol in 1990 to trace and seize $70- million in commissions they had been cheated out of in “Operation Hammer” – an unrelated sanctions-busting financial transaction involving letters of credit from large international banks and allegedly underwritten by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and intelligence agencies in Britain and Germany.


Intercol told the group of US and Australian investors it had traced the stolen commissions to various European bank accounts and would be able to freeze and electronically confiscate the money for a price.


Stander and Van Rooyen were paid $185 000 in March 1990 and an additional $117 000 in October 1990 by three of the American investors to set up the operation.


Stander claimed in a sworn affidavit days afterwards that Intercol had successfully “taken title” of $100- million and would pay out the investors within 30 days.


The money has never been paid out and both Stander and Van Rooyen simply refused to co-operate until Van Rooyen was finally detained in Dusseldorf, Germany, in February 1995 and cross- questioned by both German police and Lieutenant Colonel Andre Botha from the South African police.


Van Rooyen confirmed at least $100- million was on account in New York, and indicated in the resulting sworn statement that Intercol and its linked companies fed funds and information to De Kock’s Vlakplaas unit, as well as to the police C1 unit.


He said Stander also tried to use Intercol to infiltrate far-right groups in the Pietersburg area to track weapon smuggling and repeatedly insisted that intelligence agencies in the US, Germany and Britain were aware of, and sometimes assisted, Intercol operations.


Stander was arrested on fraud and contraventions of the Bank Act charges in South Africa, but was released when investigators were unable to get an extradition order against Van Rooyen and he refused to return to the country voluntarily for trial.


D’Erasmo stressed that Operation Hammer was unrelated to Stander’s operations. He said the operation involved a complex financial scheme in which non-liquid assets obtained during a successful CIA operation were deposited with Citibank in order to convert them to currency. The assets were then allegedly used to launch a trading programme involving the purchase and resale of documentary letters of credit exceeding $100-million each.


D’Erasmo said last week evidence indicated that the funds and assets traded at the time were under the control of Citibank New York vice-president John Reed.


“Intelligence agencies from a number of Western countries appear to have become involved. It’s all very murky, but Operation Hammer itself seems to have funded military operations at a time when everyone was worried about communism in Africa,” he said.


D’Erasmo’s clients helped trade the letters of credit and earned commissions exceeding $70-million, but were never paid.


Stressing that his clients were unaware that the deals or Stander’s companies were intelligence fronts, D’Erasmo said they had since tracked a web of linked front companies dealing in everything from Glock pistols and aircraft to gold, oil and platinum in Uruguay, Peru, Argentina, Mexico, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Japan and Canada.


“We’ve got over 2 000 pages of evidence detailing the financial manoeuvres of [these people] … and which might lead to the return to South Africa of assets rightfully belonging to it,” said D’Erasmo.


NIA director general Vusi Mavimbela was unavailable for comment. However, senior attorney in the state attorney’s office, Ben Minnar, confirmed that he had been instructed to look into the merits of the case.


“There are a lot of issues involved here … and I am extracting statements from a number of government departments. We are making progress and should be ready to deliver an opinion within a couple of weeks,” he said.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 11, 2021, 1:37 p.m. No.13404641   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6883 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

“This Story Of A CIA-Backed Somalia Anti-Piracy Squad Is Almost Unbelievable”dated Oct 5, 2012, at


An attempt by CIA-connected trainers to create a sophisticated counter-piracy force in Somalia turned into hundreds of half-trained and well-armed Somali mercenaries being left to their own devices in the desert, Mark Mazzetti and Eric Schmitt of The New York Times report.


The Puntland Maritime Police Force, trained by dozens of South African mercenaries from sometime in 2010 to June 2012, was run by a Dubai-based company called Sterling Corporate Services that seems to be connected to the CIA.


The Times reports that in July a United Nations investigative group uncovered that the force shared some facilities with the Puntland Intelligence Service, a spy organization that answers to the president of the semi-autonomous Somali region of Puntland and has been trained by the CIA for more than a decade.


Michael Shanklin, a former CIA station chief in Mogadishu, was reportedly hired to work his contacts both in Washington and East Africa to build support for the force while Erik Prince, the founder of the private security firm Blackwater, made several trips to the Puntland camp to oversee the training of the counter-piracy force.


The Times notes that Prince, a former U.S. Navy Seal who had become an informal adviser to the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, was simultaneously "involved in a project to train Colombian mercenaries at a desert camp in the emirates to carry out missions at the behest of the Emirati government."


(Sidenote: According to leaked emails from the private U.S. security firm Stratfor, during this time period the former director of Blackwater, former CIA officer Jamie F. Smith, was aiding the Libyan opposition and subsequently sent to contact Syrian rebels in Turkey at the request of a U.S. Government committee.)


The South African trainers bailed in June 2012 after one was shot by a Somali trainee, and recently about 500 former trainees—unpaid for weeks—were seen wandering the Puntland Maritime Police Force desert compound with two-years worth of weapons.


The Times notes that the options for the armed and semi-trained mercenaries included joining up "with the pirates or Qaeda-linked militants or to sell themselves to the highest bidder in Somalia’s clan wars."

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 11, 2021, 1:41 p.m. No.13404651   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8907 >>6312 >>2767 >>1731

This is terrible!


“Only Vaccinated Persons Can Board Evacuation Vessels to Leave Island Volcano: St. Vincent PM”-


After a massive 6 mile-high eruption of ashes from the Soufriere volcano frightened the residents of Saint Vincent, Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves said that only those who have been vaccinated for the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus could board the cruise ships evacuating people off the island.


“The chief medical officer would be identifying the persons already vaccinated so that we can get them on the ship,” Gonsalves told reporters.


He then explained that there were not enough personnel operating the ships to retain evacuees on them; they can only transport passengers.


“Those that are vaccinated, [the chief medical officer] can get them going on the vessel,” the prime minister said.


“Those who are not yet vaccinated but who would be vaccinated, you wouldn’t send them immediately after vaccination,” due to possible side effects like “wooziness in the head, you know how that is,” he said.


According to World Health Organization WHO data, only 10,805 residents of St. Vincent and the Grenadines have received at least one vaccine dose.


Saint Vincent was blanketed with a thin layer of ash and a “strong sulfur” smell hung in the air on Saturday, a day after the nearby volcano spectacularly erupted after decades of inactivity.


Rumbling noises emanated from the volcano, with ash coating rooftops, cars, and roads in Kingstown, the capital of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Videos from Saint Vincent showed a ghost-like landscape.


On Friday, reported that two cruise ships had arrived at the small island to rescue its residents, adding that three more were on the way.


“Carnival Legend and Carnival Paradise are offshore from St. Vincent, awaiting further instructions from local officials on how Carnival Cruise Line can support the evacuation of local residents who are under threat from volcano La Soufriere,” Carnival Cruise Line told in a statement. “Carnival and Royal Caribbean are also working to coordinate our collective efforts for a seamless operation once the embarkation of residents begins. There is no time yet set for when these evacuation sailings will commence.”


St. Lucia, Grenada, Antigua, and Barbados accepted taking in evacuees from the disaster area, with the condition that evacuees are fully vaccinated against the CCP Virus, which causes the disease COVID-19.


Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, where just over 100,000 people live, has not experienced volcanic activity since 1979, when an eruption caused approximately $100 million in damage. Before that, La Soufriere erupted in 1902 and killed more than 1,000 people.

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 12, 2021, 5:23 a.m. No.13408503   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6869 >>8907 >>6312 >>2767 >>1731

“CCP Virus Variant Affects Vaccinated People More Than Unvaccinated People: Study” [South African variant]-


A study from Tel Aviv University found that a South African variant of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus affects people vaccinated with the Pfizer shot more than unvaccinated people.


The study, which has not yet been peer-reviewed, indicated that the B.1.351 variant of the virus—also known as the novel coronavirus—was found eight times more than individuals who were unvaccinated, or 5.4 percent against 0.7 percent. Clalit Health Services, a top Israeli health-care provider, also helped in the study.


“We found a disproportionately higher rate of the South African variant among people vaccinated with a second dose, compared to the unvaccinated group,” said Adi Stern of Tel Aviv University. “This means that the South African variant is able, to some extent, to break through the vaccine’s protection.”


The study looked at 400 people who received at least one shot of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and had contracted the COVID-19 variant and compared them to the same number of people who were infected and unvaccinated. Moderna’s vaccine is also used in Israel, but it was not included in the study.


“It is the first in the world to be based on real-world data, showing that the vaccine is less effective against the South Africa variant, compared to both the original virus and the British variant,” said Professor Ran Balicer, director of research at Clalit, according to news reports.


Stern said the study’s findings came as a surprise.


“Based on patterns in the general population, we would have expected just one case of the South African variant, but we saw eight,” Stern told the Times of Israel. “Obviously, this result didn’t make me happy.” He added, “Even if the South African variant does break through the vaccine’s protection, it has not spread widely through the population.”


He continued: “These preliminary findings necessitates close continued attention to the dissemination of this strain in Israel, emphasizing the need for epidemiological monitoring and systematic sequencing, in order to contain further spread of the South African variant in Israel.”


The South African variant accounted for less than one percent of all COVID-19 cases in Israel, reported AFP, citing the study.


“This means that the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine, though highly protective, probably does not provide the same level of protection against the South African (B.1.351) variant of the coronavirus,” the study said.


Israel, separately, has rolled out a so-called “vaccine passport” system that allows people who have been vaccinated privileges over individuals who are not vaccinated. Such systems have been criticized by civil liberties groups, saying it would be an infringement on people’s rights, including privacy, and would potentially create a two-tiered class system of vaccinated and unvaccinated people.

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 12, 2021, 8:25 a.m. No.13409134   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8916

>>13404153 - I did not find a CIA connection however my search led me to this article. It is worh reading in full.


“Africa and international corruption: the strange case of South Africa and Seychelles.” - Longreach-…-a018360260


The present article is an attempt to trace the development of corruption in one part of Africa in a global context. It demonstrates how the ease with which capital can be transferred and commodities bought and sold and the speed of modern communication in general have been given considerable impetus to the linking of corrupt practices across borders, and that this process of trans-national corruption was considerably encouraged by the Cold War.


[Craig] Williamson, cultivating his new persona as a trader, gave seminars to South African businessmen looking for new markets in the Far East and lectured on how to evade sanctions.(51) He seemed intent on creating a political niche for himself as well, and his political ambitions clearly had support from the very top of the ruling party. In 1987 he stood for parliament as a candidate for the National Party in a suburb of Johannesburg but failed to secure election. Not to be thwarted, President Botha appointed Williamson a member of the President's Council.


By this time, South Africa's relationship with Seychelles was thoroughly ambiguous. Seychelles was often represented in the South African press, and the Western press generally, as pro-Soviet and anti-apartheid. In reality, Pretoria had developed closer relations with the government in Victoria in the months after the 1981 mercenary coup attempt and had expelled Seychellois opposition leaders from South Africa, but the South African secret services at the same time conspired with a group of coup-plotters based in Britain through a diplomat at the South African Embassy in London. (52) The South African secret services eventually betrayed the coup plot to the Seychelles government in August 1986 and in effect aborted the plan. It seems that the South African strategy was to cultivate all sides in Seychelles with a view to cementing its own influence. After the August 1986 coup plot, South Africa's Military Intelligence had the Seychelles government under effective control, largely through Williamson and the relationship he had established with [Giovanni Mario] Ricci. GMR South Africa shared its Johannesburg office with another company controlled by Williamson, named Longreach, which acquired responsibility for government security in Seychelles after 1986. Years later, after the African National Congress had come to power, Williamson was to admit that Longreach was in fact secretly owned by Military Intelligence.(53) Seychelles was all the more useful as a Military Intelligence asset because of its government's pro-Soviet reputation. In matters of strategic deception, the South African secret services had made considerable advances since the ham-fisted bribery of the Department of Information and the 1981 mercenary fiasco.


Although Longreach purported to deal mainly in risk analysis, claiming officially to be advising businessmen on conditions for investment in southern Africa, particularly in Mozambique, Uganda and Burundi,(54) it in fact operated as an agent of Military Intelligence both inside and outside South Africa. Williamson once admitted that the company had engaged a French mercenary to carry out the attempted murder of President Lennox Sebe of Ciskei.(55) This, it transpired, was part of an operation by South African Military Intelligence aimed at incorporating Ciskei into a larger new homeland.(56)


GMR and Longreach were only two of the hundreds of companies set up or acquired by the South African security establishment in pursuit of the strategy of counter-revolution. Some of these companies were used to trade in products subject to international sanctions, including oil, but also in less legitimate products such as ivory and rhino horn.(63) One of Longreach's original board of directors, James Anthony White, a former member of the Rhodesian Selous Scouts, was reported to have an interest in the ivory trade.(64) Front companies were used to channel weapons or supplies to South African allies in Angola, Mozambique and elsewhere. Some, like the network run by the main SADF death-squad, the Civil Co-operation Bureau, were used to carry out assassinations, and others for money-laundering or for peddling political influence. Another Military Intelligence front with which Williamson was associated, the International Freedom Foundation, succeeded in enlisting senior members of the Republican Party in the US, including Senator Jesse Helms, later to become chairman of the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, in the campaign to defend apartheid.(65)

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 12, 2021, 8:29 a.m. No.13409155   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8916

After reading the below, I wonder about the recent knighthood of the Democratic Alliance Chief Whip. “Natasha Mazzone awarded star of Italy” -


“Africa and international corruption: the strange case of South Africa and Seychelles.” - Italy connectionat…-a018360260:


“The bank's owner, a friend of Cabinet ministers Magnus Malan and Pik Botha, was in business with one Vito Palazzolo, an Italian who had worked as a money-launderer in the US and Europe for the important `Pizza connection' mafia syndicate and had subsequently settled in South Africa.(72)”


Others too were interested by Ricci's position in Seychelles. In 1980, a friend of Ricci's, the Roman banker Roberto Memmo, learned of Ricci's rights to incorporate offshore companies in the islands and established an offshore bank there, Roberto Memmo Investment Banking.(77) Although it was not publicly known at that time, Memmo was a member of the Italian masonic lodge P-2, a secret organization of leading figures in Italian business, the security and intelligence services and politics, which, when its existence was revealed, caused a sensation in Italy. A parliamentary commission of inquiry in Italy established chat the lodge had been closely connected with right-wing politics. In effect, during the 1970s P-2 and the Italian secret services had conspired in a strategy aimed at preventing the election of a communist government in Italy, including by inspiring acts of right-wing terror such as the 1980 bombing of Bologna railway station. Leading members of P-2 had also succeeded in infiltrating the finances of the Vatican.(78)


The full extent of corruption in Italian public life was to be fully laid bare only by the mani pulite (`Operation Clean Hands') investigations of the 1990s. At the heart of politics in Italy for several decades, it has now been proven, was a system whereby the main political parties received kickbacks in return for the awarding of public contracts from businesses and particularly from Italian parastatal companies over which politicians were able to exert influence. Secret networks like P-2 enabled obscure figures, such as the Venerable Master of the P-2 lodge Licio Gelli, to influence or even to blackmail politicians and government officials and also to negotiate with ocher important elements in Italian life, including the mafia and the Vatican.(79) The illicit payments negotiated through such networks between businessmen and politicians were illegally transferred to the bank accounts of various operators of the system and of individual politicians, usually through an elaborate series of transactions involving paper companies established for the purpose, and often by using offshore facilities in Switzerland, the Caribbean and elsewhere. The amounts of money involved were huge. One of the parastatal companies most deeply involved in this process was the Italian state oil company, the Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi (ENI), which was eventually found, as a result of the mani pulite judicial investigations, to have channelled over a billion and a half dollars to Italian political parties in illegal payments.(80) As part of the political spoils system, Italy's leading political parties had also divided along geographical lines the political oversight of the large Italian development budget, with the Italian Socialist Party taking Somalia, for example, and another party, Mozambique. Each party thus took its cut of kickbacks from contracts given to Italian companies, as did the relevant officials and politicians in Africa itself.(81) This system of political financing produced regular scandals in Italy whenever elements of the country's clandestine system of power-broking were made public. It was only in the early 1990s that circumstances permitted Italian judges to move against the political parties and influence-peddlers.


Among the most prominent scandals produced by this system was the 1982 collapse of the Banco Ambrosiano with unrecoverable loans of some $1.3 billion, at that time one of the largest bank collapses in history, and the mysterious death of the Bank's chairman, Roberto Calvi, found hanging beneath London's Blackfriars Bridge. The bad loans had been made to shell companies actually controlled by Calvi and by the Vatican bank, the Institute of Religious Works.


Fiorini went from strength to strength for as long as he enjoyed the patronage of leading Italian politicians. Through a series of companies, Fiorini, together with a partner, Giancarlo Parretti, who had only a few years earlier been convicted of fraudulent bankruptcy,(101) eventually succeeded in a major business coup, acquiring the Hollywood film company MGM-United Artists for the sum of $1.3 billion, after they had earlier been frustrated in an attempt to purchase the French film company Pathe.

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 12, 2021, 8:31 a.m. No.13409162   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8916

“Africa and international corruption: the strange case of South Africa and Seychelles.” – US connectionat…-a018360260


In view of this, it is noteworthy that one of [George] Bush's closest aides became associated with Mario Ricci in Seychelles. In February 1985, a partner in the US law firm used by Mario Ricci, former US Deputy Trade Secretary David R. Macdonald, travelled to Seychelles to discuss with Ricci and President Rene how the Seychelles government could best be represented in Washington. He then discussed the matter with Vice President Bush's press secretary, Peter Teeley. Teeley resigned his position at the White House on 1 March 1985 to open a public relations practice in the private sector. Within a week of his resignation Teeley had agreed to represent the government of Seychelles in Washington jointly with Macdonald, and the two of them undertook to introduce Seychellois ministers in Washington at whatever level they desired.(112) The bill for these services, $6,000 per month, was not paid by the Seychelles government but by Mario Ricci personally and correspondence concerning this lobbying arrangement was addressed not to the Seychelles' government but to Ricci personally.(113) In the circumstances, it is unlikely that Teeley would have resigned a senior position in the White House to take on this consultancy without informing his employer, Vice President Bush. It is testimony not only to the importance for the US government of developments in Seychelles at that time but also to the influence which Mario Ricci was acknowledged to have. It seems likely that senior US officials wished to cement their country's influence in Seychelles but also to outflank the more extreme anti-communists such as those of the World Anti-Communist League.(114) Neither the South African government nor mainstream US agencies actually sought to overthrow President Rene by the mid-1980s, and certainly not after the failed coup of August 1986, since they already had him under control. They were probably most afraid, by this time, not that Seychelles was becoming a Soviet client but that it would be destabilized by extreme anti-communists working with William Casey. This threat from the extreme right was to disappear after exposure of the Iran-contra networks in America and after South Africa had aborted the 1986 coup. The ending of the Iran-Iraq war was later further to reduce the sensitivity of the western Indian Ocean.


American and South African interests in Seychelles were quite similar. The various arms of the US security establishment were generally agreed on the need to support the Pretoria government in the context of the Cold War, although it was not politically acceptable for Washington to state its support for the apartheid government in Pretoria unequivocally. There were also more complex aspects to this relationship. The US and South Africa were both on the same side in the Angolan war, and needed to cooperate in the supply of UNITA. In the Middle East, the US was determined to prevent an Iranian victory in the Iran-Iraq War and was supplying massive quantities of arms to Iraq but was also arming Iran in secret in order to secure the release of US hostages in Lebanon. Since the South African weapons industry was selling weapons to Iraq and being part-paid in Iraqi oil,(115) the Americans had an interest in monitoring the flow of weapons from Pretoria to Baghdad so as to ensure the desired strategic balance between the two Middle Eastern rivals. At the same time Washington did not wish to disrupt Pretoria's oil supplies from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states which supported Iraq in the Gulf War. As Indian Ocean islands, Seychelles and the Comoros stood in the middle of the sea-lanes and air-routes carrying weapons from South Africa to the Gulf and oil in the opposite direction.


As bureaucrats and businessmen hammered out these strategic arrangements in offices in Washington, Geneva, Pretoria and elsewhere, and in business meetings in hotels all over the world, and as vast amounts of money changed hands, an atmosphere of intrigue and skulduggery settled on Seychelles and among some Seychellois exiles. There were occasional political assassinations or disappearances in the islands, which although few in number, had an unsettling effect in such a small community.(116) Gerard Hoarau, the most effective of the Seychellois exiles, published a series of detailed, well-documented and highly embarrassing allegations concerning corruption by the Seychelles government and promised further revelations(117) which were never forthcoming: in November 1985, Hoarau was machine-gunned in a quiet London suburb. His killer, apparently a professional assassin, was never identified.

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 12, 2021, 8:34 a.m. No.13409183   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6876 >>8916

“Africa and international corruption: the strange case of South Africa and Seychelles.” – Final statementat…-a018360260


In this way problems of political funding, crime and governance more generally in the rich world become inseparable from related problems in Africa itself. The networks thus established may become independent of their political instigators, creating power blocs with enduring interests which survive changes of regime in, for example, Rome, Paris or Pretoria. The impression gained by the French Member of Parliament Francois d'Aubert, chairman of the Anti-Mafia Commission of the French National Assembly and rapporteur of the Commission of Inquiry into Credit lyonnais, is worth citing as a description of the nebulous political-financial networks in modern democracies:(132)


I observed a shadow area, a zone of contact between legality and illegality,


between the licit and the criminal, between clean money and dirty money,


between honest people and out-and-out crooks. It is a no-man's-land


dominated by a demi-monde of intermediaries of every kind, of corrupters and


corrupted enjoying complete impunity for laundering money in investments


which are clean, safe and profitable.


In South Africa, the growth of political corruption was associated with a very special factor, namely the protracted struggle to defend apartheid. South Africa and southern Africa may feel the effects of methods used in the service of the total strategy for years to come as Pretoria's former secret servants continue their careers either inside or outside the public service. Trans-border trafficking of drugs and weapons is frequently seen by commentators, and by the South African government itself, as a major security threat in an age, and in a part of the world, where conventional wars between states seem to have become obsolete and to have been replaced by armed conflict carried out by factional interests, often associated with international trades in illicit products, including narcotics. Funds gained from enterprises of this type can be channelled into political finances, and in South Africa, as in Italy and elsewhere, the dividing lines between secret services, organized crime and political parties may be seen to have become blurred to a considerable degree.


In much of tropical Africa, the decline of state power in recent years has resulted in the emergence of networks of long-distance trade in high-value commodities including gems, weapons and drugs which are both sources of wealth and vectors of political-military conflict, such as in Liberia, Angola, Somalia and elsewhere.(133) This is an important development in which anti-corruption or good governance campaigns are of little relevance, since either these trades are outside the control of collapsed states, or the political powers which are emerging depend on them for their own finances. Such long-distance trades are producing new patterns of politics in Africa in which secret services or privatized security organizations like Executive Outcomes are playing an important role. There are examples of major banks which launder drug-money and facilitate more traditional forms of corruption such as bribery and capital flight for governments and for individual clients but which are also tolerated by major Western intelligence agencies which find it convenient to observe, but not to denounce, the illicit flows of financing for states, drug barons, political parties and terrorist organizations. BCCI, the Bank of Credit and Commerce International, whose collapse marked the biggest bank failure in history, is the best-known example.(134) The detailed reconstruction in the present article may serve as a contribution to a deeper understanding of the origins and nature of these contemporary phenomena which are inextricably associated with general questions of governance and politics.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 13, 2021, 6:42 a.m. No.13415808   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6888 >>5523 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Rabie Ridge residents occupy land illegally”-


“Residents of Rabie Ridge in Johannesburg insist the land they want to occupy is not privately owned. They say it belongs to government and therefore they should be allowed to erect shacks. eNCA’s senior reporter Aviwe Mtila was on the scene as the drama unfolded.”


“Rabie Ridge residents fight to erect shacks on private land they illegally occupied” -


Police shot water cannons and fired stun grenades at hundreds of protesters in Rabie Ridge, north of Joburg on Sunday in a bid to disperse protesters who were illegally occupying private land.


The Star understands that the invaders have had running battles with the police, who have been trying to evict them since Friday last week.


It is still not clear to whom the 800 hectares of land belong, but the illegal settlers say they want to erect shacks there.


“Long live the people of Rabie Ridge squatter camp, long live! Phantsi with cowards! The land is now in our hands. We don't care who threatens us, it’s up to us whether we leave this land or we fight. Let’s sleep here today and tonight and tomorrow. To get a place like this is not child’s play. This place is worth a lot of money,” said an unidentified leader.


Early Sunday afternoon the leaders decided that the male squatters would continue to fight the removals and the women and children were sent home.


“Let’s come and stay here and call those people who must bring food here and we will defend our place,” said the leader.


Danny Bowes, one of the invaders, said the land had been vacant for years. “We were cutting stands when they stopped us. This land has been empty since 1986.”


Bowes said he saw nothing wrong with taking the land forcefully.


“If this place is private property, why is there no fence around it? I need land myself. I’m renting and I have a wife and two kids.”


Bowes said the last person to own land in his family was his grandfather, who had lost the land to apartheid laws.


“I’m not scared of the police. If I die, I die,” he said.


Another invader, Nombulelo Raphulani, said she was participating in the invasion because the land in question was becoming a crime hot spot where people were murdered and raped.


Provincial police spokesperson Captain Kay Makhubele said the police had been asked to escort the sheriff who was executing a court order to remove the invaders.


“The police are monitoring the situation,” he said.


No arrests have been made.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 13, 2021, 7:32 a.m. No.13415999   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>6864 >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

The irony!


“Thuthukile Zuma: Former President's Daughter to Lead ANCYL Fundraising”-


Reports have revealed that former president Jacob Zuma's daughter Thuthukile Zuma will be heading the African National Congress Youth League's (ANCYL) task team fundraising initiative.


The task team is trying to overcome financial issues that have been faced since 2013. Reports say that the fundraising is being done to raise money after "gross financial mismanagement" as well as looting.


31-year-old Thuthukile is the youngest daughter of JZ and Cogta Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma. She has been part of the ANC since 2014 when she became the youngest head of a minister's office.


According to a report by News24, the ANC was left short of money after EFF leader and former ANCYL leader Julius Malema was suspended after being found guilty of creating divisions within the ruling party back in 2012.


The new National Youth Task Team (NYTT) was just recently appointed and members are already showing their stance on matters involving their mother body.


A report by Daily Maverick stated that the NYTT plans to priorities talks on the ANC's 30-day step-aside rule. Nonceba Mhlauli, ANCYL leader, stated that they will: "Not watch as elders tear apart our glorious movement."


Earlier, Briefly News reported that the ANCYL made a strong comeback. Mhlauli has spoken strongly against party leaders who use the youth league to "fight their factional battles". Mhlauli stated that the ANCYL had been used as a "pocket knife" by leaders.


She described the youth league as being used as a pocket knife that can be pulled out at any time when there is infighting. Mhlauli says that the issues within the ANC and the ANCYL date back to 2008.


She attributes this to when the ANC's conference in the Free State collapsed. In 2008, Mhlauli was a 17-year-old student who was already part of the ANCYL. Mhlauli stated that she is a member of the ANCYL and the party as a whole. She added that she would work hard to change the perceptions people have of her.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 13, 2021, 8:53 a.m. No.13416463   🗄️.is 🔗kun













Anonymous ID: 907960 April 13, 2021, 9:48 a.m. No.13416864   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>>13343746 ANC told to take action against ‘growing ISIS threat’ in South Africa”

>>13348332 President Cyril Ramaphosa remember the life of struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela (video)

>>13359583,>>13359589 ANC war turns ugly as team Ace Magashule and Jacob Zuma vow to shut down South Africa (part 1 & 2)

>>13370984 Jacob Zuma digs up the past, takes aim at ANC for his ‘removal’

>>13371778, >>13371795 ANC Member Jeremy Vearey

>>13378588 ANC pays tribute to Solomon Mahlangu (video)

>>13378714 ANC branches must defend me: Magashule (video)

>>13385926 “Tainted Heroes Full Documentary” – ANC History (video)

>>13390288 SCANDAL: [B]Oksburg East train station on East Rand reflects the legacy of the ANC in South Africa (video)

>>13390568 ANC Youth League to make a comeback, task team appointed” after being dissolved in 2019

>>13398067 Sorry you see me that way’ – secret clip of Ramaphosa, Zuma chat leaked

>>13415999 Thuthukile Zuma: Former President's Daughter to Lead ANCYL Fundraising


Chris Hani Bun

>>13398212 Remembering Chris Hani 28 years after his assassination

>>13398217 Hani killing was ‘a double conspiracy

>>13398224 Jacob zuma reveals secrets involving Chris Hani (video)

>>13402317 We continue to remember Chris Hani as today marks 28 years after his assassination

>>13403652 Double agent’ with four aliases gets R5m” - Mohammed Amin Laher

>>13403673 Did British intelligence kill [Chris] Hani? (Part 1)

>>13403686 Did British intelligence kill [Chris] Hani? (Part 2)

>>13403706 Did British intelligence kill [Chris] Hani? (Part 3)

>>13403716 Did British intelligence kill [Chris] Hani? (Part 5)

>>13403727 Hani `conspirator’ was intelligence man (Part 1)

>>13403734 Hani `conspirator’ was intelligence man (Part 2)

>>13403762 Hani’s flight of `coincidence

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 13, 2021, 9:49 a.m. No.13416869   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Covid Bun

>>13343497 COVID-19 Corruption | Scooter ambulance bought irregularly

>>13352054 Toyota Land Cruiser 78 receives WHO’s approval to transport vaccines

>>13347895 CIVITAS panel on COVID-19, 20 March 2021 (video)

>>13404651 Only Vaccinated Persons Can Board Evacuation Vessels to Leave Island Volcano: St. Vincent PM

>>13408503 CCP Virus Variant Affects Vaccinated People More Than Unvaccinated People: Study (South African variant)



>>13384676 "You cannot be African AND white" – Mbuyiseni Ndlozi in explosive rant

>>13384685 “Eff marks the 6th of April as the arrival of white-settlers who stole the land of African people


Mozambique Bun

>>13346557 Ramaphosa says SANDF troops sent to rescue South Africans from Palma

>>13352493 Tomas Queface unpacks the challenges journalists face on ground amid crisis in Mozambique (video)

>>13352633 More on the unknown black strans on swabs and masks (video)

>>13358916, >>13358922 Mozambique attack: Oil and gas held promise, what went wrong? (Part 1&2)

>>13362389 Islamic State Mozambique Invasion Sent Thousands Fleeing Country

>>13365005 “Mozambique Attack: SANDF troops sent in to ‘secure safety’ – Ramaphosa” and Portugal sending troops”

>>13371116 0372 Hotel Grande Mozambique, 3 3 2014 (abandoned hotel)

>>13390293 Twelve people, possibly foreigners, beheaded in attack on Mozambique gas hub town, police say (video)

>>13390296 SADC wants a proportionate regional response, to the terrorist attacks in northern Mozambique (video)

>>13397129 Mozambique Crisis | Total's future in Cabo Delgado (video)

>>13397133 Is ISIL gaining a foothold in southern Africa? (video)

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 13, 2021, 9:49 a.m. No.13416876   🗄️.is 🔗kun

'Service Delivery and Infrastructure Bun

>>13378011 Residents of Mananga village up in arms over service delivery

>>13378021 Kgetleng River Concerned Citizens' group takes over from ailing municipality

>>13378282 State of SA Roads | A countrywide look at road infrastructure


South Africa and Seychelles mini-bun

>>13409134 Africa and international corruption: the strange case of South Africa and Seychelles - Longreach

>>13409155 Africa and international corruption: the strange case of South Africa and Seychelles - Italy connection

>>13409162 Africa and international corruption: the strange case of South Africa and Seychelles – US connection

>>13409183 Africa and international corruption: the strange case of South Africa and Seychelles – Final statement


South Africa Violence and Crime Bun

>>13353692 Gangsterism among the youth (video)

>>13359397 Spikes in road stop vehicle, driver robbed, shot and killed, De Wildt

>>13359403 36 Farm attacks, 5 farm murders in South Africa, March 2021

>>13371954 Easter shopping in South Africa - everything for free

>>13372153 Gangsterism in Mitchells Plain (video)

>>13378600 Mpumalanga soccer match turns deadly after mid-match argument

>>13378616 Forensic psychologist Dr. Gerard Labuschagne, gender-based violence

>>13383937 eNCA news crew ‘robbed at gunpoint’ – just moments after live broadcast

>>13390477 Mob justice: Police to prioritise murder investigation of Soweto woman "accused of witchcraft"

>>13390529 Creche of horrors: Alexandra facility closed after teacher burns toddler (video)

>>13396864 The Poachers Pipeline l Al Jazeera Investigations (video)


State Capture Inquiry Bun

>>13396852 State Capture Inquiry | Karyn Maughn on David Mahlobo's testimony (video)

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 13, 2021, 9:50 a.m. No.13416883   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Coming up on 150


Notables are NOT Endorsements



>>13347615 Nothing To See Here: Microsoft Files Patent To Mine Cryptos Using Human Brain Activity

>>13353282, >>13353287 Between Refuge and Radicalisation (Part 1 & 2)

>>13357228 Social Entrepreneurship seems to be another form of socialism

>>13357233 Kassoum Coulibaly Biography

>>13357237 How Western Mali could become a gold mine for terrorists

>>13359044 Russia's Lavrov Warns Of Surging Anti-White Racism In US

>>13359222 THE SEQUEL TO THE FALL OF THE CABAL - PART 11 (link to bitchute)

>>13370845 Dlamini-Zuma – and the UN – may soon ‘take control’ of your municipality

>>13377546 1,000 'woke' companies unite against election-integrity laws!

>>13402414 13-years on, Judge President Hlophe found guilty of gross misconduct” [regarding Jacob Zuma case]

>>13404630, >>13404634 Foreigners fall prey to spies’ scam (Part 1 & 2)

>>13404641 This Story Of A CIA-Backed Somalia Anti-Piracy Squad Is Almost Unbelievable

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 13, 2021, 9:50 a.m. No.13416888   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Notables are NOT Endorsements




>>13343204 Mob justice claims lives in Cape Town – for stealing

>>13346022 Nandos vs. Santam - an epic ad-duel

>>13346064 Blue Light brigade - Oh how important our policticians are!!!

>>13346067 Nando’s Blue Light Brigade

>>13346549 Coronationville without water for a month

>>13347582 Kenya has threatened to close two refugee camps in the country

>>13352068 ISIS jihadists love driving Toyotas, US wonders why

>>13353267 Warnings ISIS is being recreated in Syria” posted Mar 27, 2021

>>13353660 Newly elected President Mohamed Bazoum sworn in after coup failure

>>13357939 Eastern Cape women say little is being done to protect them from gender-based violence

>>13357943 Zolani Mkiva on murder and assault against women suspected of practising witchcraft

>>13358156 G7 countries call for an investigation into alleged human rights abuses in the Tigray region

>>13370945 Zimbabwe's Economic Crisis | Harare on course to rejoin commonwealth

>>13372141 Well-known former SA school [Grey High School] coach nabbed in Australia on child porn charge – Siya Kolisi’s coach

>>13377172 Frustrated Kenyans continue to protest online over IMF loans: David Owiro

>>13377966 Prof Abdi Ismail Samatar Somalia, Nigeria, and Mozambique

>>13383669 Discussion | Young people are forced to pay bribes to get jobs

>>13383706 Education | Students clash with police at MUT

>>13383950 Ajay Gupta discusses his relationship with the President son Duduzane Zuma who is on the board of 11 different companies together

>>13384710 Disrupted Land Documentary” – History and Future of South Africa

>>13390629 Bompas Road Evictions | What's next for the homeless?

>>13397121 6 people killed in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo: Aime Zonveni

>>13397141 Dr. John Coleman- The Committee of 300 (1994) Full

>>13402323 Rhino Court Reopens

>>13415808 Rabie Ridge residents occupy land illegally

Anonymous ID: 1de0fc April 13, 2021, 11:34 a.m. No.13417550   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8922 >>2793 >>1753

“Norma Mngoma tells all | Part 1”dated Dec 17, 2020, at


“In an eNCA exclusive, Norma Mngoma is spilling the beans on her marriage to former minister Malusi Gigaba. She of course is in a legal battle with her estranged husband. Our reporter, Slindelo Masikane spoke to her about his alleged ties with the Guptas and bags of cash.”

Anonymous ID: 1de0fc April 13, 2021, 11:35 a.m. No.13417555   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8922 >>2793 >>1753

“Norma Mngoma tells all | Part 2”dated Dec 17, 2020, at


Interesting statement.


4:43 – “There were a lot of meetings happening underground because we’re staying at the state house during the time and the state house has a house underground. So a lot of things happen there so which I have never been underground. It’s only the helper used to go there.”

Anonymous ID: 1de0fc April 13, 2021, 11:37 a.m. No.13417565   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8922 >>2793 >>1753

“Malusi Gigaba wants Norma testimony kept private” | State Capturedated Apr 8, 2021, at


“Word is that Malusi Gigaba’s lawyers are seeking to keep Norma Mngoma's testimony under wraps at the State Capture Commission. Melusi Xulu, attorney with Donda attorneys,discusses this.”

Anonymous ID: 1de0fc April 13, 2021, 11:37 a.m. No.13417575   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8922 >>2793 >>1753

“Karyn Maughan weighs in on Nomachule Gigaba's withdrawal from state capture inquiry” -


“JUST IN: Norma Mngoma withdraws from Zondo Commission”dated Apr 13, 2021, at


Norma Mngoma, the estranged wife of former finance minister Malusi Gigaba, who was meant to spill the beans on her husband’s alleged relations with the Guptas has now withdrawn from testifying at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.


Mngoma was meant to begin her testimony at 4pm on Tuesday after it was initially rescheduled from Friday.


However, the commission heard from Mngoma’s legal representative, who said she wished to withdraw from her participation in the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture.


Mngoma’s legal representative from RNT attorneys read out a letter to Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo saying that they received instructions on Monday night informing them of Mngoma’s decision.


The attorneys addressed a letter to the commission on Tuesday morning informing them of her decision.


Mngoma cited her “personal concerns with how various aspects regarding her proposed appearance at the commission is being handled or allegedly mishandled by the commission”.


Justice Zondo said it was surprising Mngoma made such a decision as she was ready to testify on Friday.


Evidence leader Anton Myburgh said they were also surprised at Mngoma’s letter saying they were prepared for her to give evidence virtually from Cape Town.


Myburgh has proposed issuing a summons to compel Mngoma to give evidence.


Gigaba’s application to have Mngoma’s testimony held in-camera has been set aside until Mngoma has been summoned to give evidence.

Anonymous ID: 196573 April 14, 2021, 5:36 a.m. No.13423132   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Action SA unveils digital election system”-


“With the 2021 Local Government Elections fast approaching, Action SA has unveiled a first-of-its-kind candidate election process in the country. The online system will enable residents of every ward to elect the Action SA representative they want to contest in the local government elections. The system is similar to that used in America and is aimed at giving power back to the voters.”


0:33 – “This is similar to the system of primary elections used in countries such as the United States of America.”


Not good.

Anonymous ID: 196573 April 14, 2021, 6:22 a.m. No.13423293   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8922 >>2793 >>1753

“LISTEN | Leaked audio reveals how Jessie Duarte advised Jacob Zuma not to appear | State Capture” -


“LISTEN: Jessie Duarte slams Zondo, backs Zuma in explosive leaked clip”-


Well, this isn't a good look for Jessie Duarte: The ANC stalwart has been caught blasting the Zondo Commission, while leaping to Jacob Zuma's defence.


Senior members in the ANC are at the mercy of a ‘mole’ it seems, after another secret audio clip was publicly leaked on Tuesday. Just days after Cyril Ramaphosa’s private conversation with Jacob Zuma was uploaded online, Deputy Secretary-General Jessie Duarte has suffered the same fate – but her utterances are much more explosive.


The senior politician can be heard criticising Raymond Zondo, who is currently the head of the State Capture Inquiry. The DCJ has had a number of high-profile showdowns with Jacob Zuma – who may yet go to prison for ducking the Commission. Duarte, however, has picked her side in the ongoing battle…


“It’s not as though we don’t see what is happening at the Zondo Commission… it has been turned into a court, it’s no longer a Commission. They have become prosecutorial. A colleague of mine was summoned to the State Capture Inquiry, and one week later, he was facing a criminal court case. These issues must be examined.”


“There must be a solution for Mr. Zuma. I personally don’t think comrade Zuma must go to that Commission. It would not be a good thing to do, given his history with Zondo. There was also the unfortunate way in which the DCJ presented himself, after presiding over his own [recusal] case.” | Jessie Duarte


It’s believed that the audio comes from a tense ANC Top 6 meeting conducted earlier this month. With all issues up for discussion, Jessie Duarte seemingly directed her focus on the judiciary of South Africa.


After tuning the Deputy Chief Justice, she then laid into Zondo’s senior – Mogoeng Mogoeng. The 67-year-old accused the Chief Justice of ‘having no understanding of the Constitution’, and fears his religious beliefs are a danger to South Africa.


“The judiciary needs to stand up to a different set of principles than what it’s doing right now. The Chief Justice of our country [Mogoeng Mogoeng] behaves as if he has no understanding of the Constitution. He cannot change the state from a secular position to one of Christianity. Apartheid and the Nazis also led through religion.”

Anonymous ID: 196573 April 14, 2021, 6:23 a.m. No.13423297   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

“Huge ‘Bird Flu’ outbreak puts Ekurhuleni farm under quarantine”-


Over 300 chickens have been struck down by this outbreak of Bird Flu, and this commercial chicken farm in Ekurhuleni is now under quarantine.


A commercial chicken-layer farm in Ekurhuleni, Gauteng has had an outbreak of Avian Influenza – also known as Bird Flu – this week, and the deadly pathogens have led to an emergency response from the Land and Agriculture Department.


Furthermore, the Gauteng veterinary authorities have placed the farm under quarantine, while investigating the outbreak. Ministry spokesperson Reggie Ngcobo in the statement said authorities were also performing back and forward tracing to determine the extent of the outbreak and assist with safe disposal of dead chickens and disinfection of the farm.


“The samples from this farm that were sent to the laboratory tested positive for the H5 strain of avian influenza (Bird Flu). It must be said that this farm was also part of the H5N8 highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) outbreak in 2017.”


“Poultry farmers have to be on the lookout for signs of disease that may indicate avian influenza and report any suspicion to the nearest state veterinarian for immediate investigation.” | Reggie Ngcobo


Farmers have been told to look out for the tell-tale signs of Bird Flu, which become easily noticeable if they encounter an outbreak. Over 300 birds have succumbed to the disease in Ekurhuleni, and many more birds have been killed to prevent the spread of the disease further. The most recognisable symptoms of Avian Influenza include:


 Quietness and extreme depression.

 A sudden drop in production of eggs, many of which are soft-shelled or shell-less.

 Wattle and combs become red and swollen.

 There is also swelling of the skin under the bird’s eyes.

 They experience coughing, sneezing, nervousness signs, and diarrhoea.

 Affected birds also have haemorrhages (blood spots) on the hock.

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 14, 2021, 6:44 a.m. No.13423371   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3383

“Ramaphosa’s appearance at Zondo commission changed to later date”-


President Cyril Ramaphosa will no longer appear before the state capture commission on April 22 and 23 in his capacity as president of the ANC.


This was revealed by the chairperson of the commission into state capture deputy chief Justice Raymond Zondo.


Shortly before kicking off proceedings for the day, Zondo said he had received correspondence from Ramaphosa’s office stating that due to government-related commitments he would be appearing at a later stage.

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 14, 2021, 6:46 a.m. No.13423383   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8922 >>2793 >>1753



My apologies I did not copy the full section, see below.


“Ramaphosa’s appearance at Zondo commission changed to later date”-


President Cyril Ramaphosa will no longer appear before the state capture commission on April 22 and 23 in his capacity as president of the ANC.


This was revealed by the chairperson of the commission into state capture deputy chief Justice Raymond Zondo.


Shortly before kicking off proceedings for the day, Zondo said he had received correspondence from Ramaphosa’s office stating that due to government-related commitments he would be appearing at a later stage.


The commission had initially set down April 22 –23 for Ramaphosa to provide testimony before the commission in his capacity as the leader of the ruling party and on April 28 – 29 in his capacity as president of South Africa.


"That has changed in part because the president made a request in connection with the case of 22 and 23 April because of some commitments that have risen. I’ve acceded with the request to change those days,“ Zondo said.


He announced that Ramaphosa would now appear on April 28 and 29 to testify as ANC president and on May 13 and 14 as the government leader.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 14, 2021, 7:23 a.m. No.13423596   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“Ace Magashule broadens scope of ANC members who must step aside”-


ANC secretary general Ace Magashule could potentially turn the party on its head, in making a dramatic change to its step aside resolution


Things have just gotten more interesting in the implementation of the contentious African National Congress (ANC) step aside resolution. ANC secretary general Ace Magashule has widened the scope for those who now have to either step aside from their duties in the ruling party, or face suspension.


In a letter dated Friday, 9 April 2021 and sent to all the ANC’s provincial secretaries, Magashule said in addition to those facing corruption or serious criminal charges, the list of names must also include those who have been implicated or alleged to be involved in wrongdoing but not yet charged.


Ace Magashule has further imposed a deadline of Thursday, 15 April, for his counterparts in the various provinces, to submit the names of those who’ll soon find themselves sitting at home, at least temporarily.


“Provinces are requested to submit, by April 15, the names of those members who have been charged with corruption or other serious crimes and those who are alleged, reported to be or implicated in corrupt activities. Provinces must provide details of whether affected comrades have been personally informed in writing”

ANC secretary general Ace Magashule


This is a dramatic change in the implementation of the step aside resolution. The National Executive Committee (NEC), the highest decision-making body, had taken a decision back in March, that the resolution would strictly be applicable to those facing charges.


“All members who have been charged with corruption or other serious crimes must step aside within 30 days, failing which they should be suspended in terms of rule 25.70 of the ANC constitution,” Ramaphosa said at the time.


It’s no secret that the list of ANC members, particularly those who have been merely accused of wrongdoing, is endless – this begs several questions, what would the allegations be limited to? What exactly would that scope be? If this is implemented at all, would there even be anybody left in the ANC?


From ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa, to the likes of Naledi Pandor, Gwede Mantashe and David Mabuza – a large number of party members in the ANC face allegations and recommending that even they surrender their posts, even temporarily, would most certainly impair the ruling party.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 14, 2021, 7:27 a.m. No.13423621   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0797 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Protests in PE (Port Elizabeth or the new name Gqeberha), South Africa”


“Woensdag, 14 April 2021. Die oorlogswolke pak saam, dig, donker en geen silwer randjie” -


The first portion of the video is in Afrikaans however start watching from about 12:18 to see video footage and an explanation of events unfolding in PE.


13:04 – “Police are busy all over, apparently there is just riots all over PE this morning.”


13:27 – “So ja guys, please stop all your trucks from leaving your businesses until we find out because according to the police, they have made strategic block-offs all over the show.”


MSM is silent about it. Is this a test run to possibly do this nation wide?

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 14, 2021, 10:29 a.m. No.13424499   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7629 >>8922 >>2793 >>1753

“Gwede Mantashe explains cadre deployment to Zondo commission”-


“African National Congress chairperson Gwede Mantashe testified at the Zondo commission of inquiry on 14 April 2021 about the role of the ANC in parliamentary oversight.”

Anonymous ID: ae046d April 14, 2021, 10:59 a.m. No.13424673   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8907 >>6312 >>2767 >>1731

“South Africa suspends rollout of Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine”-


Health minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has announced the voluntary suspension of the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine rollout in South Africa.


In a media briefing on Tuesday evening (13 April), Mkhize said that the decision was taken following the Food and Drug Administration’s recommendation to temporarily pause the J&J vaccine programme in the USA.


In taking the decision, Mkhize said that the FDA recommendation ‘should not be taken lightly’.


“Based on their advice, we have determined to voluntarily suspend our rollout until the causal relationship between the development of clots and the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is sufficiently interrogated,” he said.


“It’s important to be aware that with any vaccine it is essential to closely monitor its safety and efficacy. If a problem is reported following a vaccination, a thorough investigation should take place,” he said.


Mkhize that the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority will collate all the information on the vaccine’s use in order to do a thorough assessment.


South Africa is using the J&J vaccine as part of its Sisonke trial rollout which is targeting healthcare workers. Mkhize said he was hopeful that the temporary suspension would not impact the country’s long-term vaccine plans.


A type of brain blood clot called cerebral venous sinus thrombosis was seen with low levels of blood platelets in the women, who were all between the ages of 18 and 48, the US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention and Food and Drug Administration said on Tuesday in a joint statement.


“We are recommending a pause in the use of this vaccine out of an abundance of caution,” the CDC and the FDA said in the statement.


“This is important, in part, to ensure that the health care provider community is aware of the potential for these adverse events and can plan for proper recognition and management due to the unique treatment required with this type of blood clot.”


More than 6.8 million doses of the J&J vaccine have been administered in the US through Monday, the agencies said.


The recommended pause may also further complicate the global vaccination push, coming just weeks after a vaccine relying on a similar approach and developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford raised similar concerns in Europe.


Clotting fears have prompted many countries to impose age restrictions on use of the Astra vaccine, which was co-developed with the University of Oxford.


Johnson & Johnson has also said it will also delay the rollout of its Covid-19 vaccine in Europe. The company said it is reviewing the cases of blood clotting with European health authorities in a statement on Tuesday.

Anonymous ID: ae046d April 14, 2021, 11:11 a.m. No.13424735   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4744 >>8911 >>2771 >>1538

“‘Some judges are captured by politicians’ – EFF’s Floyd Shivambu”-


“EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu opened a criminal case of corruption against Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan at the Hillbrow police station on 14 April 2021. This comes after Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng alleged that Gordhan attempted to influence the appointment of one of his friends as a judge.”


“EFF to ask SAPS, public protector to probe Gordhan over Mogoeng’s claims” -


Johannesburg: The EFF says it will open a corruption case against Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan after he allegedly questioned Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng on his friend's performance for a Constitutional Court position.


Mogoeng revealed during the Judicial Service Commission's (JSC) interview session on Tuesday that Gordhan had approached him for a meeting a few years ago to discuss matters "he could not recall".


The chief justice said, in passing, Gordhan asked him how his friend, KwaZulu-Natal High Court judge Dhaya Pillay, had done in the interview for a position at the Constitutional Court.


Justice Mogoeng mentioned this to Judge Pillay during her second attempt at securing a Constitutional Court position at the JSC's latest interview process.


He said Gordhan’s question puzzled him.


Justice Mogoeng did not mention whether he had reported the incident following Gordhan's query, although he said he had been worried about it for all those years.


"He (Gordhan) came, I do not have a clear recollection of what the purpose of the meeting was, but what stuck to my mind and left me puzzled was the following: he asked me how did my friend Dhaya Pillay perform?" Justice Mogoeng recalled.


"Why did the honourable minister make an effort to meet me? We are not friends. Why did he seek an audience with me?"


Judge Pillay had confirmed that she was friends with Gordhan, as they were both activists during apartheid. She said the friendship has drifted over the years.


The judge pushed back on accusations by EFF leader Julius Malema who accused her of being part of "Gordhan's faction". Malema provided no evidence to back his accusations.


The EFF said it would open a criminal case against Gordhan on Wednesday. The party also plans to approach the public protector to probe Gordhan over claims he tried to influence Justice Mogoeng.

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 14, 2021, 11:49 a.m. No.13424982   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8907 >>6312 >>2767 >>1731

Originally Canada #16 >>13423869


Moderna Eyes Combo COVID-19, Flu Vaccine


The wave of the vaccine future may be a one-two punch aimed to KO both COVID-19 and the flu with one shot.


Moderna CEO, Stéphane Bancel, appeared on NBC's Squawk Box Wednesday morning to discuss a much anticipated move by the pharmaceutical company that would make boosting both vaccines simpler and more effective.


"COVID-19 is not going away. It's not leaving the planet," Bancel said, adding that with the variants mutating, getting a booster shot custom designed to neutralize whatever form of the coronavirus is dominant would be the logical path to take.


Bancel said that with more vaccination and more people getting infected, the pace of COVID-19 will naturally slow down, much like influenza. He said Moderna's goal is to develop a vaccine annually tailored to tackle both the COVID-19 and flu pathogens in one dose so that people can go to their pharmacies or primary care providers and be vaccinated in one visit.


According to The Wall Street Journal, Bancel predicts that the combination vaccine could be ready in a couple of years, pending upon the formal approval of their COVID-19 vaccine by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and then the standard authorization for the dual drug. Currently, the COVID-19 vaccines on the U.S. market have emergency use authorization, or EUA.


Both influenza and COVID-19 are respiratory illnesses. Bancel said that the mRNA technology used in Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine can be easily tweaked to accommodate multiple viral strains.


"Today the vaccines we have for seasonal flu are OK in a great year, and they are pretty bad in a bad year, in terms of efficacy," Bancel said, according to the WSJ. "It's not impossible that in a couple of years we should have the product I just talked about — a high efficacy seasonal flu vaccine and a COVID-19 vaccine — for you at your pharmacy on an annual basis."


According to the Centers for Disease Control and prevention, flu shots were only 39% effective during the 2019 to 2020 season. About 38 million Americans were infected by influenza during that period and 22,000 people died, according to the WSJ and CDC.


While incidence of the flu plummeted 98% this year largely because of lockdown and COVID-19 precautions such as wearing masks and social distancing, millions of people contract the flu each year.


More adults got the flu shot from pharmacies in 2020 compared to the last year, says Healthline, and, nearly 200 million doses of the flu vaccine were distributed across the country this season, according to a the flu vaccination dashboard provided by the CDC.


But although flu activity is currently low, experts warn we could see an uptick in cases in 2021.


"Even though it’s smoldering out there, it could take off at any time," said Dr. William Schaffner, a professor of infectious diseases at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, according to Healthline.


Moderna is also working on a multivalent COVID-19 vaccine that could target multiple strains of the virus, says the WSJ. Bancel said he expects more troublesome variants of the virus to evolve over the next six months as countries in the Southern Hemisphere enter their winter season.

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 14, 2021, 11:58 a.m. No.13425049   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Originally General Research #17005 >>13424686


Cruz: Biden ‘Has a Long History of Engaging in Race-Baiting and Inciting Racial Conflict and Divisions’


Tuesday on FNC’s “Hannity,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) pushed back against President Joe Biden’s criticism of state legislatures taking action to shore up their election system. Those have been criticized as racist.


However, as Cruz pointed out, Biden has used race in the past to promote his agenda.


“Joe Biden, unfortunately, has a long history of engaging in race-baiting and inciting racial conflict and divisions,” he said. “In a prior election cycle, he went before the NAACP and said they’re going to put you back in chains, which is incendiary. It’s a grotesque lie when he accuses anything he dislikes of being the new Jim Crow. Somehow, Joe Biden never seems to acknowledge that Jim Crow laws were written by Democrats. The Dixiecrats were Democrats. Bull Connor was a Democrat. The founders of the Ku Klux Klan were Democrats. And you don’t have to go back 100 years to find that. Joe Biden a decade ago gave the eulogy for a grand cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan, Robert Byrd, the majority leader of the Democratic Party, Joe Biden a decade ago was willing to celebrate his life, an avowed Klansman.”


“And so, the history of racial bigotry on the Democratic side is horrific, and now, the Democratic Party, whenever they have a political fight, they immediately tried to inflame racial divisions,” Cruz continued. “So, what the voting law in Georgia, the voting law in Georgia was designed to protect the right to vote, protect the integrity of the right to vote, and Joe Biden and Democrats are lying about it. And they know they’re lying about it, but they also know the compliant press. I watch the piece you just did with James O’Keefe on CNN. CNN is not going to cover the truth.”


“They’re going to repeat the lies because that’s what propaganda outlets do,” he added. “But, you know, it was amazing, Joe Biden’s allies were so bad that The Washington Post, no right-wing organization, they are usually a reliable left-wing mouthpiece, The Washington Post fact-checked Joe Biden on the Georgia election law and gave him four Pinocchios, said he was flat out lying and yet it doesn’t stop the Democrats from repeating those lies over and over again.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 15, 2021, 5:15 a.m. No.13430355   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0381 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Nine people die in a multiple shack fire in Joburg CBD”-


“At least nine people have died in a fire that gutted multiple shacks near Kwa Mai Mai Market in the Johannesburg CBD. Several others have been injured. eNCA's Nqobile Madlala has more on this story.”


“Horror in Joburg: Occupants leap from burning building – as fire kills nine” -


Multiple deaths have been confirmed at a disused parking facility in Johannesburg, as around 100 shacks caught fire earlier on Wednesday.


A total of nine people – including one infant – have been killed after a fire ripped through the Kaserne parking garage in Johannesburg [former Transnet building]. The location, which is occupied by poverty-stricken citizens living in shacks, went up in flames earlier this morning. Several locals also injured themselves by leaping out of the five-story structure.


The CBD inferno commanded a large emergency response, but there was little that firefighting crews could do to prevent any more deaths. A total of 20 patients received treatment on the scene, with severe burns and fractures reported.


It’s believed that roughly 100 shacks caught fire on Wednesday morning, and although a large majority of residents managed to escape, each of the nine tragic deaths will be felt immeasurably by this tight-knit community.


Emergency Services spokesperson Nana Radebe made a media statement earlier in the day. The medic confirmed a number of details from the harrowing scene – but was unable to comprehensively explain what caused this devastating fire.


“This is one of the hijacked buildings that have shacks inside. Around one hundred shacks have been affected, and nine people have died, including an infant. A number of people were also treated on scene and most of them were taken to hospital with burns and fractures.”


“At this moment we are still busy with what caused the fire but we can confirm that it started on the ground and spread to two other floors where other people were found.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 15, 2021, 5:21 a.m. No.13430381   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772


>This is one of the hijacked buildings


“The hijacked buildings of Joburg”dated at Aug 3, 2015, at


“Property owners and investors in Joburg's inner city say the increase in the hijacking of buildings by illegal occupants is costing them millions.”

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 15, 2021, 5:48 a.m. No.13430515   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“A dangerous new form of Expropriation Without Compensation emerges”-


“Nicholas Lorimer asks Anthea Jeffery and Terence Corrigan about the threat of custodial takings and how the expropriation bill may widen the scope for government to seize property.”

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 15, 2021, 5:50 a.m. No.13430522   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“THE GRIFT! Maimane becomes a BEE partner, EFF must pay back the money and more stories..”-




“Jacob Zuma loses state legal fees appeal bid, must pay back millions” -


“EFF ‘must pay up in 21 days’ – as City of Cape Town opens R1.4m lawsuit” [for damages caused by protests] -

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 15, 2021, 6:10 a.m. No.13430609   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Mali and Niger violence | The role of women in extremist organisations”-


“The Institute for Security Studies' Jeannine Ella Abatan spoke with eNCA's Uveka Rangappa.”


“Spotlight: Understanding women in West African violent extremist groups” dated 27 Jun 2019 at Below are excerpts.


The West Africa and Lake Chad Basin regions are battling a surge in extremist violence that is threatening to spread from the Sahel to coastal states. More than half of the 434 Boko Haram suicide attacks in Cameroon, Nigeria, Niger and Chad between 2011 and 2017 were carried out by women. The group has a long history of enlisting women, often by force.


Policy to counter violent extremism is often based on the perception that women are merely victims, but preliminary Institute for Security Studies (ISS) findings show this isn’t always the case. Some women are recruited by force, but others willingly join the ranks of terrorist groups.


The ISS set out to address a lack of evidence-based research into why women in West Africa join extremists, the trajectory of their involvement, and how some were able to resist recruitment. The results of the 30-month investigation will enable gender-specific responses to be included in strategies to prevent and counter extremism.


‘A better understanding of men and women’s role will help guide more effective and holistic responses to a fast-expanding security crisis,’ says ISS researcher Jeannine Ella Abatan, who coordinated the research.


Governments have often mistakenly assumed that women were recruited only to be wives and mothers, but the ISS study shows that extremists also use them in strategic and operational roles. This backs up research by the ISS on the role of women in violent extremism in Kenya. In the case of Boko Haram, women are enlisted for suicide bombings, and the research shows that in Mali, women provide intelligence and logistical support to violent extremist groups.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 15, 2021, 6:51 a.m. No.13430797   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0810 >>8916 >>1724



“Watch: Motorists dodge petrol bomb in Gqeberha service delivery protests”- A few videos are provided in the article


Motorists had to dodge petrol bombs and stones during service delivery protests in Gqeberha. Trucks and buses were destroyed.


Motorists had to dodge stones and what appears to be a petrol bomb during ongoing service delivery protests on the R335 in the Motherwell area in Gqeberha.


On Wednesday, 14 April, a truck went up in flames and two buses from the Algoa Bus Company were set alight on the M17 on the way to Kwazakhele on Tuesday morning. Before that, a tanker truck was set alight on the corner of the M17 and R335 to Addo.


In a video that emerged on social media, protesters can be seen running towards a truck during service delivery protests in Gqeberha. While the truck driver stops and tries to reverse, his passenger jumps out and runs towards the back of the truck. Motorists can be seen trying to make a U-turn in the background. At this point, more protesters emerge tossing stones at the vehicle.


The areas remain tense after several buses and trucks were torched in ongoing service delivery protests on the R335 and Motherwell in Gqeberha this week. Captain Andre Beetge said all routes have been re-opened while police are monitoring the situation.


“It’s still tense at the moment and we need to stabilise the situation.” He added that no arrests have been made.


In a separate video clip, protesters can be seen tossing what appears to be a petrol bomb towards motorists.


On Tuesday Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Algoa Bus Company, Sicelo Duze, said six of their vehicles were torched in service delivery protests since the beginning of the year. It will cost R8 million to replace buses torched in Gqeberha since the beginning of this year.


“To replace all six buses will cost the company R8 million. Our buses are insured, but the book value of one alone is R600 000 and it will take R1.2 million to replace it,” he said.


While the bus service will continue along those routes once protests have stopped. Duze added that it does not make sense to burn private property.


“People are asking for houses and water and I understand people’s frustration with government. But they are fighting for lack of service and then burning the companies providing those services. We are not part of government. There’s nothing we can do to fulfil government promises. It doesn’t make sense and it’s quite frustrating.”


[Ironically, one of the City’s nicknames is the “The Friendly City”]

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 15, 2021, 6:53 a.m. No.13430810   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766


>People are asking for houses and water

What will happen next when there is no water in the area?


“SA’s latest dam levels: Three provinces at 100% – with one in ‘dire straits’”-




Despite DWS’ cheery tone, The Eastern Cape water situation – particularly in the Nelson Mandela Bay region – has been reported to be in dire straits: Some reserves have dropped to an all-time low. The Kouga Dam, one of the biggest facilities serving the region, is now just 5% full – and it’s on the brink of running completely dry.


A total of eight dams in this part of the country are less than 10% full – with the Beervlei and Bonkolo facilities now totally drained: As a result, the municipality has introduced water restrictions to save the little water that is left in the area.

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 15, 2021, 11:35 a.m. No.13432653   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8907 >>6312 >>2767 >>1731

Originally Canada #17 >>13432370


Healthy 43-Year-Old Man Suffers Stroke From Blood Clot Hours After Receiving J&J Vaccine


A Mississippi man remains in critical condition, can’t walk, talk and is paralyzed on one side of his body after suffering a stroke hours after being vaccinated with Johnson & Johnson’s COVID vaccine. Family believes “without a doubt” the vaccine caused the stroke.


A healthy 43-year old man in Mississippi suffered a stroke hours after being vaccinated with Johnson and Johnson’s (J&J) COVID vaccine. Brad Malagarie, father of seven, had received the vaccine a little after Noon and was found unresponsive by co-workers at his desk, WSAZ News Channel 3 reported.


“They called me and said he had that vaccine and something is wrong, we think it’s a stroke,” said Celeste Foster O’Keefe, Malagarie’s aunt and boss.


Malagarie was rushed to the hospital and diagnosed with a stroke after a blood clot had lodged in his left middle cerebral artery. O’Keefe said the family believes without a doubt that the vaccine caused the stroke.


“He’s a young, healthy 43-year-old, and I immediately thought it, and I said be sure to tell the doctors he took that J & J vaccine and that, to me, is what caused his stroke,” she told WSAZ.


O’Keefe said her nephew’s only health issue before the vaccine was high blood pressure, which was controlled with medication. One week after receiving the vaccine Malagarie remains hospitalized at Ochsner’s Medical Center in New Orleans and is in critical, but stable condition.


“He can’t talk now and he can’t walk. He’s paralyzed on the right side. He knows who we are and he will just cry when he sees us,” O’Keefe said.


Doctors don’t know Malagarie’s prognosis for recovery yet but said it will likely take at least a year of rehab after he leaves the hospital, the local TV station said.


On Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) paused J&J’s vaccine after rare blood clots were reported in those recently vaccinated.


All six reported cases in the U.S. occurred among women aged 18-48 with symptoms developing six to 13 days after vaccination, according to a statement issued by the FDA and CDC.


One vaccine recipient died and her death is being investigated by the CDC, Virginia state officials said in a statement Tuesday. Another woman is in critical condition. A CDC official said two of the six patients have been discharged and three remain hospitalized.


Wednesday, J&J disclosed two more cases of blood clots — one that occurred in a 25 year-old-man who suffered a cerebral hemorrhage during a clinical trial and another case of deep-vein-thrombosis in a 59-year-old woman.


According to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System or VAERS, 49 reports of blood coagulation disorders from the J&J vaccine have been reported through April 1 and 972 reports from all three vaccines combined, including Pfizer and Moderna through April 1.


The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices met Wednesday and decided to postpone a vote on whether to lift the pause on the J&J’s COVID vaccine, effectively extending the pause pending further analysis of data relating to blood clots in people who received the vaccine. The committee said they would meet again in one week to 10 days to vote on whether or not to lift the pause.


Full article:

Anonymous ID: c32c2c April 15, 2021, 11:38 a.m. No.13432671   🗄️.is 🔗kun

>>13432249 Pb


Complete bullshit.


The bible never says the earth is flat. You're taking that from the flood story and the "firmament" that separates the "waters above" from the "waters below".


Revelation 17:15 tells you the waters, WHERE THE PROSTITUTE SITS, stands for people, nations, and languages.


Remember, they're afraid of over population.


Jesus told you "all these things are done in parables: That seeing they may see, and not perceive; and hearing they may hear, and not understand; lest at any time they should be converted, and their sins should be forgiven them." - Mark 4:11-12 KJV


Do you believe the earth is flat and there is a big "dome" over us?


"You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house." - Jesus in Matthew 5:14-15


Jesus Christ is the Way, the TRUTH, and the LIFE. We meet Him, the Way, the TRUTH, and the LIFE in the air.


Who wouldn't want you to know Life out there exists, and why wouldn't they want you to know?


"The LORD will rise up as he did at Mount Perazim, he will rouse himself as in the Valley of Gibeon– to do his work, his strange work, and perform his task, his alien task." - Isaiah 28:21



Anonymous ID: 196573 April 16, 2021, 6:11 a.m. No.13438633   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Somali President signs law extending his mandate by two years: Abdullahi Boru Halakhe”-


“Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed has signed a law extending his mandate by two years. For more insights on the developing situation in Somalia, we spoke to Abdullahi Boru Halakhe, an Africa Security and Policy Analyst who understands the Horn of Africa politics.”

Anonymous ID: 196573 April 16, 2021, 6:12 a.m. No.13438641   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8688 >>1396 >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

“Ugandans criticize oil pipeline deal with Tanzania and Total”- [Signed soon after the death of Tanzania’s President. Coincidence? Total is dealing with another corrupt African government.] Below are excerpts.


Ugandans are making disparaging comments on social media about the multibillion-dollar oil pipeline deal that the country has signed with Tanzania and Total. The secrecy surrounding it has raised fears of corruption.


Uganda, Tanzania and the French oil company Total, along with its investment partner in Uganda, the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), signed a series of agreements on Sunday to build a heated pipeline that will carry crude oil from western Uganda to the Indian Ocean coast.


The deal, worth $3.5 billion (€2.9 billion), and the secrecy surrounding the details have raised public fears of corruption.


Uganda's crude oil is highly viscous, which means that it needs to be heated to remain liquid enough to flow. The East African Crude Oil Project Pipeline (EACOPP) could be the longest electrically heated crude oil pipeline in the world, at 1,400 kilometers (850 miles). Construction is expected to begin this year.


Tanzania's new leader, President Samia Suluhu Hassan, was in Uganda to witness the signing of the documents — perhaps her most important executive action since her inauguration in March.


The event was "an auspicious occasion" that would unlock the development of the region's oil resources, she said. The shareholder agreements cover the construction of the pipeline, which is designed to connect oil fields near Lake Albert to the Tanzanian port of Tanga.


Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni hailed the deal as a major milestone and a victory for the countries.


Watchdog groups and others also have warned against the personalization of Uganda's oil resources and heavy borrowing by national budget authorities anticipating oil revenue.


Civil society groups led by the African Institute for Energy Governance (AFIEGO) have been urging the governments of Uganda and Tanzania and the oil companies to call off their plans.


The AFIEGO noted that some of the people affected by the pipeline have not been compensated and that the oil developments are also taking place in an ecologically sensitive conservation area.


In an interveiw with DW, Diana Nabiruma, the communications head for AFIEGO, said: "Previously Uganda has signed secret agreements, and Ugandans have lost. For instance, the president told us that electricity in Uganda is expensive because government officials conspired to sign agreements that favor bidding companies. Now we are seeing this being repeated in the oil sector."


They continue to question the fact that the oil deals are still secret despite Uganda being a member of the Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative, Nabiruma added.


President Museveni, who has led Uganda since 1986, has sometimes suggested that the discovery of commercially viable oil quantities in 2006 created an opportunity for him to remain in power. "They are targeting my oil," he said of his challengers in the country's 2016 presidential election.


His personalization of the oil fields quickly dashed hopes in Uganda that the country could become an oil Eldorado. After that, the scramble to evict residents began and was often perpetrated by Museveni's cronies and members of his inner circle.

Anonymous ID: 196573 April 16, 2021, 6:24 a.m. No.13438688   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8756 >>1396

Total and the Sequence of Events in Africa


17 March 2021 – Announcement that President of Tanzania, John Magufuli, passed away.

24 March 2021 – Militants launch an attack on Palma, Mozambique. Keep in mind, this is the first time since the start of the conflict in 2017 that Mozambique received so much coverage by the media. Most of the insurgents were reported to be of Tanzanian nationality. >>13328889

Article dated 4 April, 2021 – Total withdraws staff and halts operations in Mozambique.

11 April 2021 – Uganda and Tanzania sign a major oil agreement with Total. >>13438641



Anonymous ID: 196573 April 16, 2021, 6:37 a.m. No.13438756   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8766

>>13438688 - Now they are encouraging other African countries to invest.


“Unpacking Uganda and Tanzania heated crude oil pipeline deal: NJ Ayuk”-


“Uganda and Tanzania have signed a deal that will mark the start of the construction of the longest heated crude oil pipeline in the world. The event also marked the first foreign trip for Tanzania's President Samia Suluhu Hassan. We spoke to the Executive Chairman of the African Energy Chamber NJ Ayuk, who explained what this deal means for the two countries and the region as well.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 16, 2021, 7:03 a.m. No.13438885   🗄️.is 🔗kun

“Blood Clots Occur With Pfizer and Moderna Vaccine at Similar Rate to AstraZeneca’s: Study”-


A rare type of blood clot occurs at a similar post-vaccination rate among those who get Pfizer or Moderna shots and people who receive the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, according to a newly published study.


Researchers found that four in a million patients experienced cerebral venous thrombosis (CVT) after getting a shot produced by Pfizer or Moderna, compared to the five in a million in those who received the AstraZeneca vaccine. The University of Oxford also has a five in million rate.


The study, conducted by scientists from the university, was observational, using electronic health records to explore the incidence of the rare type of clot in people two weeks following COVID-19 diagnosis, or influenza, or receipt of vaccines from Pfizer or Moderna.


The total incidence of CVT was 39 per million people.


While the identification of a similar risk from Moderna and Pfizer vaccines for clots is new, “we cannot conclude that the mRNA vaccines studied here are associated with an increased risk of CVT; far larger samples are needed to address this question,” researchers wrote.


The study has not yet been peer-reviewed.


A number of post-vaccination clots were identified in various countries since last month in people who got an AstraZeneca shot, prompting a review by the European Union’s drug regulator.


The European Medicines Agency in early April concluded that there was a “possible link” between the shot and the clots, advising AstraZeneca to mention the clots as a possible side effect.


Post-vaccination clots in patients who received Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine triggered a near-nationwide pause in using the shot in the United States this week. Those issues are similar to the ones seen in people who received an AstraZeneca shot, U.S. health officials have said.


But U.S. officials had also said neither Moderna’s or Pfizer’s shot were linked to CVT, at least in combination with low blood platelet levels, or thrombocytopenia.


“To be very clear, these types of reactions—blood clots in combination with low platelets—are not being seen with the authorized vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky told a virtual briefing this week.


Moderna and Pfizer had also said that assessments of safety data showed no link with either CVT or thrombotic events. Neither company returned requests for comment on the new study.


The records for the new study came from TriNetX Analytics, a health records network that provides anonymized data from 59 healthcare organizations, primarily in the United States. The network has records for 81 million patients. Researchers looked at the records of 513,284 patients, some of whom were diagnosed with COVID-19 between Jan. 20, 2020, and March 25. Others received a flu diagnosis during the same period of time while a third cohort received a COVID-19 vaccine.


The risk of experiencing a CVT was eight to 10 times higher in the two weeks after being diagnosed with COVID-19, versus people who got the flu or people who received one of the two vaccines, both of which are built on a messenger RNA platform.


COVID-19 is the disease caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus.


“We’ve reached two important conclusions. Firstly, COVID-19 markedly increases the risk of CVT, adding to the list of blood clotting problems this infection causes. Secondly, the COVID-19 risk is higher than seen with the current vaccines, even for those under 30; something that should be taken into account when considering the balances between risks and benefits for vaccination,” Paul Harrison, professor of psychiatry and head of the Translational Neurobiology Group at the University of Oxford, said in a statement.

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 16, 2021, 8:13 a.m. No.13439261   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9274 >>5610

“Sibanye-Stillwater make R4bn investment for Marikana”-


“Paving the way for healing and renewal. That’s Sibanye-Stillwater's hope for Marikana. An investment by the company of almost R4-billion will create over 4,000 additional jobs and is about to get underway.eNCA's Govan Whittles reports.”


“Sibanye-Stillwater restructures historical black economic empowerment structure” dated Apr 14, 2021, at


Sibanye-Stillwater has re-structured the previously highly indebted Lonmin broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) structure in relation to Western Platinum Proprietary Limited and Eastern Platinum Limited, collectively referred to as Marikana.


The move is aimed at ensuring the sustainability of the B-BBEE shareholding in Marikana and facilitating the realisation of value to the B-BBEE shareholders.


The restructuring has been implemented to facilitate inter alia:


Subsequent to its acquisition of Lonmin in June 2019, Sibanye-Stillwater has had constructive engagements with Phembani Group Proprietary Limited (which inherited its participation in the Marikana B-BBEE structure in December 2015, as part of a larger non-related transaction) and the other Marikana BBBEE shareholders regarding the re-structuring.


• Access for the Marikana B-BBEE shareholders to distributable Marikana dividends in the short and medium term through the introduction of a 10% trickle dividend while any intercompany debt is outstanding. Thereafter, the Marikana B-BBEE shareholders will participate fully in their attributable portion of Marikana’s dividends

• The longer-term accruing of value to the Marikana B-BBEE shareholders through:

− The release of Incwala Platinum to repay the loans made to it by Western Platinum Proprietary Limited.

− The replacement of historical debt with a more affordable preference share arrangement.

• The creation of a sustainable B-BBEE financing structure for Marikana which is consistent with Sibanye-Stillwater’s transformation objectives.


Commenting on the restructuring Neal Froneman, CEO of Sibanye-Stillwater said, “We welcome the restructuring of the Marikana B-BBEE shareholder structure, which is the result of engagements with all the relevant shareholders in order to reach an agreement that is sustainable, ensures the real accruing of value to the Marikana B-BBEE shareholders and is fair to all stakeholders.


“The revised structure will allow for a sustainable capital structure for the Marikana B-BBEE shareholders, as well as immediate access to distributable cash flow and the ongoing transfer of tangible value. This re-structuring is supported by all Marikana B-BBEE shareholders.”

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 16, 2021, 8:15 a.m. No.13439274   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5610



Sibanye-Stillwater History”-


Since our founding, Sibanye-Stillwater has grown from being a South African gold mining company to an internationally competitive, globally diversified precious metals miner, producing gold and the full suite of PGMs.


We were formed in February 2013 as Sibanye Gold Limited following the unbundling by Gold Fields Limited of a South African subsidiary company which owned Kloof, Driefontein and Beatrix gold mines. Upon completion of that transaction, our common shares and American depository receipts were listed on the JSE and the New York Stock Exchange, respectively.


We subsequently pursued a strategy of organic and acquisitive growth, including acquiring the Cooke operations from Gold One International in 2013 and the Burnstone project from Wits Gold in 2014, in order to create a more sustainable gold business.


In 2016, we completed the acquisition of Aquarius Platinum Limited’s stakes in the Kroondal mine and the Platinum Mile retreatment facility, both in the Rustenburg area, South Africa and the Mimosa Joint Venture with Impala Platinum in Zimbabwe. Later in the same year, we acquired Anglo American Platinum Limited’s Rustenburg operations.


In late 2016, we made a formal US$2.2 billion offer to acquire the Stillwater Mining Company in the United States. The Stillwater transaction, which constituted the largest PGM transaction globally in over a decade, was completed in May 2017, following which we began trading as Sibanye-Stillwater.


In 2018, we concluded a US$500 million stream financing with Wheaton International, significantly strengthening our balance sheet and reducing net leverage. We also closed an agreement with DRDGOLD to establish an industry-leading surface mining tailings retreatment partnership.


In early 2019, we acquired of SFA Oxford, a leading metal market analytical consulting company and globally recognised authority on PGMs, to provide in-depth market intelligence on battery materials and precious metals for industrial, automotive and smart city technologies.


In June 2019, we acquired the entire share capital of Lonmin Plc. Lonmin’s assets include the Marikana PGM mining operations and associated retreatment, smelter, base metal refinery and precious metal refinery assets in South Africa. Completion of this acquisition in 2019 represented the culmination of our “mine to market” South African PGM strategy.


In February 2020, an internal restructuring process was concluded, changing the group holding company from Sibanye Gold Limited to Sibanye-Stillwater Limited. The Group is now trading under the tickers JSE: SSW and NYSE: SBSW.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 16, 2021, 8:48 a.m. No.13439440   🗄️.is 🔗kun

“Child trafficking in West and Central Africa: spotlight on response gaps”-


• Date: 28 Apr 2021

• Time: 10:00 to 11:30 (GMT+2)

• Venue: Online via Zoom, registration required

• Attend event via webcast


Child trafficking is a booming illicit trade and a serious organised crime in many parts of the continent. In West and Central Africa, an array of social and economic factors contribute to the problem. Effective laws and policies, particularly for cross-border operations and responses in fragile and post-conflict settings, are also lacking.


This seminar will examine current child trafficking trends and drivers in West and Central Africa. Speakers will also consider national and regional prevention strategies.


Chairperson: Oluwole Ojewale, Central Africa Regional Organised Crime Observatory Coordinator, ENACT, ISS Dakar


Opening remarks: Daria Fané, Head of Regional Team, EU Foreign Policy Instruments, West Africa & Lake Chad




Yann Le Cloarec, Criminal Intelligence Analyst, INTERPOL, Abidjan

Baltazard Cesaire, Head, INTERPOL Criminal Analytical Unit, the Congo

Mouhamadou Kane, Research Consultant, ISS Dakar




Oluwole Ojewale, Phone: +234 806 302 6114, Email:

Anonymous ID: 1de0fc April 16, 2021, 9:11 a.m. No.13439588   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7555 >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Santaco slams political messaging on taxis”-


“Santaco President Phillip Taaibosch spoke with eNCA's Jane Dutton.”




“Watch: Outrage as ‘Magashule-branded taxis’ appear in Limpopo” dated 7 April 2021 at


Erm, what? The appearance of these propaganda-branded taxis - featuring messages of support for Ace Magashule - has left Limpopo locals SHOOK.


We know that the ANC may have taken us for a ride here and there, but it this week, it seems to be happening in more than just a figurative sense: A fleet of taxis in the Mopani region of Limpopo were given a new paint job – and they now carry a very partisan and political message: “Hands off Ace Magashule“.




The branded taxis surfaced at the start of the month, and Magashule has some company: Danny Msiza has also been plastered on the side of one of these vehicles – the ANC Limpopo Treasurer has been heavily implicated in the VBS saga.


The taxis have been spotted doing the rounds across the region, and already, they have drawn a lot of attention on social media. Indeed, Former Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom couldn’t help but pass comment when he was alerted to the controversial branding, and raised questions about who exactly is funding these advertisements…


“We are Ace, Ace is us” also appears on the driver’s side door. A 24-hour helpline is also advertised beneath the stern warnings – directing people to the government’s emergency COVID-19 responders. An interesting choice, and it’s made all the more incredible by the fact the ‘C’ is missing from the word ‘Corona’.


You stay (c)lassy, Mr Magashule…




The taxis appear to form part of a fightback campaign from factions within the ANC, which are still loyal to Ace Magashule and Jacob Zuma. The so-called ‘Radical Economic Transformation forces’ had previously vowed to disrupt entire cities and shutdown the country this week – but nothing came from these empty threats.


Magashule has been given a 30-day ultimatum to step aside from his duties as the party’s Secretary-General, or be forcibly suspended. Ace has not yet made a decision on what course of action he’ll take, but it seems that the strategy to source support from the streets is already well underway.

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 16, 2021, 10:12 a.m. No.13439903   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Former prime minister David Cameron probed” – Greensill Scandal -


“International Relatons Expert, Oscar van Heerden spoke with eNCA's Jane Dutton.”


“Flash Briefing: SA’s own Greensill implodes; Tencent troubles; Hammerson; Bolt”dated 14 March 2021 at


• Greensill Capital, a start-up that provided short-term cash advances and spun off its loans into bond-like securities has filed for insolvency protection. This after Credit Suisse withdrew it’s $10bn credit line. Backers like Japan’s SoftBank stand to lose billions. Now South Africa’s Barak Fund, which has a similar business model to Greensill, is crumbling too. Bloomberg reports that Barak wants to go into liquidation as over half of the fund’s $4bn in assets are now stuck in coal mining, consumer goods and fertiliser production across Africa. Barak responded to Bloomberg inquiries saying it continues to operate as before, serving borrowers across Africa.

• Pony Ma’s Tencent has been put on notice by China’s antitrust watchdog, says Bloomberg. Asia’s largest conglomerate was fined as Beijing expands a crackdown that began with Jack Ma’s fintech empire. China’s top financial regulators see Tencent as the next target for increased scrutiny after the clampdown on Jack Ma’s Ant. On the local bourse, Naspers shares have fallen almost 6%.

• Meanwhile, Ant Group CEO Simon Hu resigned, as the company overhauls its business, an anonymous person told Bloomberg. Eric Jing, Ant’s current chairman, will become CEO as well, effective immediately. An Ant spokesperson confirmed Hu’s resignation.

• Hammerson, which owns shopping centres across the UK, France and Ireland, slashed the value of its properties by almost £2bn last year, according to a statement. Plummeting rental income caused the company’s worst loss in history.

• Bolt Technology, a rival to Uber Technologies in Africa and Eastern Europe, was valued at more than $2bn in its most recent funding round, according to founder and CEO, Markus Villig. The company raised $20m in funding from the World Bank this month, Bolt’s total fundraising to almost 600 million dollars. In Africa, Bolt plans to use its platform to add other services such as grocery and food delivery.

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 16, 2021, 12:50 p.m. No.13440852   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8919 >>6348

“EC university protests shut down campuses, staff and students threatened”- Below are excerpts.


Student protests disrupted classes at various campuses in the Eastern Cape this week. The WSU Butterworth campus was shut down on Thursday.


Several university campuses in the Eastern Cape were disrupted during student protests this week.


In Gqeberha, protesting students blocked the entrance of the Nelson Mandela University’s main campus in Summerstrand on Wednesday, 15 April. Students also protested at three of the Walter Sisulu University (WSU) campuses, threatening staff and destroying property.




In a statement this week, Walter Sisulu University confirmed that student protest action has damaged university property and disrupted classes at its campuses in Buffalo City, Butterworth and Mthatha.


Professor Rushiella Songca, Principal & Vice-Chancellor of Walter Sisulu University, announced that the WSU Butterworth Campus will be closed from today, 15 April.


“The proactive stance taken by management and the ISRC has resulted in many issues being resolved and the remaining receiving urgent attention. Unfortunately, despite these efforts, some students and/or political formations have taken the unfortunate decision to embark on disruptions resulting in the University’s property being damaged and the lives of WSU staff and students being threatened, she said.


“We want to state upfront that students have the right to exercise their rights and express their grievances, but that cannot be done at the expense of others’ rights or the destruction of University property and reputation.”


She added that due to these circumstances management has decided to close the Butterworth Campus until further notice. Students were asked to vacate both the WSU and private residences by 15:00 this afternoon, 15 April 2021.


“In addition, management will put interventions in place to ensure the safety of its staff and property,” said Songca.

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 16, 2021, 12:51 p.m. No.13440856   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8666 >>8919 >>6348

“Mob justice attack claims the lives of six men in Eastern Cape village”-


Six people were killed in a mob justice attack in the Eastern Cape. Four men were allegedly burnt alive, while two others were found hanging.


Four men were burned alive while two others were found hanging in what police described to be a mob justice attack in Lady Frere, Eastern Cape. A seventh man escaped with serious injuries.


In a statement released on Thursday, police said four bodies were found at the Zingqolweni village, in the Ndonga administrative area in Lady Frere on Wednesday, 14 April. The bodies of two others were found hanging in a nearby forest at around 17:45.


Brigadier Tembinkosi Kinana said community members alerted police of four men that were burnt alive in an open veld. The ages of the deceased range between 21 and 27.


Kinana said police members responded swiftly, and as they were busy processing the scene of the crime, another report came through of two more bodies found hanging in a nearby forest.


“This brought the number of the deceased people to six, while one managed to escape the attack and was rushed to a nearby hospital to receive medical attention,” he said.


The brigadier said the motive for the mob justice attack remains unknown. “Six cases of murder and one of attempted murder have been opened for investigation.”


Meanwhile, Eastern Cape Provincial Commissioner Lieutenant-General Liziwe Ntshinga has ordered a 72-hour activation plan to ensure that all necessary resources are mobilised.


“My forces are not going to sleep until these heartless criminals are found. Mob justice remains a serious offence and those who continue to engage in vigilante-style activities must face the consequences of their actions,” said Ntshinga.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 16, 2021, 1:01 p.m. No.13440921   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8922 >>2793 >>1753

“Former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana testifies at Zondo Commission”-


“Former Prasa CEO, Lucky Montana, says the State Capture Commission has been compromised. He's giving testimony related to the Passenger Rail Agency. eNCA's Michael Appel is tracking the story.”

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 17, 2021, 8:17 a.m. No.13447088   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“Nearly 35% of SA’s senior government officials not qualified for their job”-


Cape Town – The DA intends writing to the standing committee on public accounts (Scopa) to urge an investigation regarding the fact that nearly 35% of senior managers employed by national and provincial departments do not have the required qualifications and credentials for the positions they occupy.


The main culprits are the departments of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development with 227, Police with 228, Justice and Constitutional Development with 189, Trade, Industry and Competition with 128, and Environment, Forestry and Fisheries with 107, DA public enterprises spokesperson Michele Clarke said in a statement on Monday.


Minister of Public Service and Administration Senzo Mchunu had revealed in a written response to a parliamentary question posed by the DA that of the 9 477 senior managers listed on the Personal and Salary System, 3 301 do not have the required qualifications. Of these, 1 987 officials are employed in national departments.


Middle management positions in national government typically pays between R779 802 and R922 750, with senior management earning between R1 078 267 and R1 974 067, depending on their level of employment.


Clarke said: ’’How much longer must South Africa suffer under this incompetence? Some of these are key to the country’s economic and food security, yet cadre deployment is more important to the ANC government than good governance and the well-being of its people.


’’South Africa won’t survive if this trend of cadre deployment continues much longer. Ordinary South Africans have suffered under this corruption en masse for years and unless urgent action is taken the country will devolve into the banana republic some already view us as.


’’The DA’s End Cadre Deployment Bill (formally called the Public Administration Laws General Amendment Bill) seeks to enforce the appointment of civil servants to be wholly based on merit and not political loyalty. Our bill was recently published in the government gazette for public comment. We invite South Africans to read and comment on the bill by going to the following link. []


’’Our bill was recently published in the government gazette for public comment. We invite South Africans to read and comment on the bill by going to the following link.


’’All comments on the bill must be emailed to and copied to before the end of April.’’

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 17, 2021, 9:33 a.m. No.13447517   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7525 >>8919 >>6348

“Conviction of two farmers who were found guilty of killing a Coligny teenager has been overturned”dated Nov 27, 2020 at


“Supreme Court of Appeal overturns convictions of duo in Coligny murder” at states;


Two men convicted of the murder of a 16-year-old boy in Coligny have had their convictions overturned by the Supreme Court of Appeal.


In 2018, Philip Schutte and Pieter Doorewaard were found guilty of murdering 16-year-old Matlhomola in Coligny in April 2017.


The pair were sentenced to an effective 18 and 23 years behind bars respectively for killing Moshoeu after accusing him of stealing sunflowers from a farm.


The teen's death triggered racial tensions in the small farming town.


The duo successfully approached the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) to challenge the conviction handed down in the North West High Court.


The application to appeal the convictions was brought by rights group AfriForum on behalf of Doorewaard and Schutte.


AfriForum has released a statement on Friday afternoon welcoming the SCA's decision.


"AfriForum bore the full cost of the appeal application because we believed in their innocence and today justice was done, ”said Kallie Kriel, CEO of AfriForum.

Anonymous ID: e4f599 April 17, 2021, 9:35 a.m. No.13447525   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3120 >>8914 >>6335

>>13447517 - Now there is another case made into a racial affair.


“Who is telling the truth? An investigation into (perhaps) another Coligny.” [concerning Mkhondo (Piet Retief) farm killings]-


Sources provided;


“Mkhondo farm killings: What really happened?” –


“FF Plus laments politicisation of Mkhondo farm killings” -


“MEC calls for ANC to ‘confiscate’ farms of farmers violating human rights” -


“Piet Retief killings [Mkhondo]: Innocent men may be in jail – IRR” -–. Below are excerpts.


Innocent men may be in jail


Cronje said: “The police version, much cited in the media, may be flawed to the extent that innocent men are sitting in jail. If that is the case, a grave injustice is being perpetrated and we will do all we can to see to it that the men are freed.”


A repeat of the Coligny injustice


Cronje said: “The case may have echoes of the Coligny injustice when two farm employees were wrongly convicted of murder in part because of a racially charged, malevolent and inept police investigation that saw flawed evidence presented and accepted by a court. The Coligny injustice was only set right on appeal. Given the experience of Coligny, and the extent of corruption and plain incompetence in the police, we will be applying our own resources to verify the facts in this case. Of course, should it occur that our fears were misplaced, and that the police version is correct in all respects, we will go ahead and publish those facts in support of the police – but I am afraid that we have reached a point in this country where the police cannot always be taken at their word.”


A track record of racial nationalist incitement and stigmatization


Cronje warned: “Regrettably, over many years we have tracked a trend where politicians, activists, and some journalists have sought to incite racial nationalist conflict and division in our country. Often the tactic employed is to vilify and stigmatize racial minorities around explosive cases such as that at Mkhondo. The purpose of stigmatization is to desensitize society to the plight of the targeted community or individuals so that no-one will dare to come to their defence when they suffer injustices. The minority of black or white writers or commentators that expose the injustice are then vilified as arch-racists or race traitors.”


Justice fails and the rule of law is lost


Cronje noted: “When racial nationalist stigmatization succeeds and permeates the justice system through the police and the courts – as happened at Coligny – then justice cannot be delivered and the rule of law no longer applies. It is, therefore, critical to verify that everything the police has said, and that has appeared in the media about this case to date, is true and correct. This is not an issue that should split South Africans along lines of race because so many South Africans have experience of police ineptitude and corruption and know the devastation this causes in their own communities.”


What the IRR will be doing


Cronje said: “Our concerns are sufficiently great that we will be doing the following. The first will be to verify the facts as set out by the police and to gather whatever other information is relevant. The second is that we will ensure that all local and international media are held to a standard where they report on the facts of the case – and there is already a great deal of international media interest in this case. The third is that we will further act to ensure that any political or activist attempts at inciting racial division and conflict via misleading information and fake news will be challenged in public. The fourth is that where any law enforcement officer, agency, prosecutor, or court official is found to dabble in false information we will press for them to be disciplined or prosecuted together with any politicians they have engaged with. The fifth, of course – should it turn out that the police’s version is flawed – will be to ensure that the four accused are freed.”

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 17, 2021, 12:48 p.m. No.13448576   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5639 >>8911 >>2771 >>1538

“Lindani Myeni: EFF condemns ‘racist killing’ of [South African] rugby player” – USA, the EFF is targeting you as well-


Lindani Myeni's death has been described by the EFF as racist and senseless. EFF has urged President Ramaphosa to hold the USA accountable.


The Economic Freedom Fighters has condemned the killing of KwaZulu-Natal-born rugby player, Lindani Myeni. The 29-year-old was shot dead by police in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA on Wednesday night.


Myeni’s death has caused uproar on social media and in South Africa at large, especially from people who knew, grew up with and were close to him.


In a statement released on Saturday, 17 April 2021, the party labelled Myeni’s killing as racist and senseless.


“The EFF is disgusted by the racist killing of South African rugby player Lindani Myeni. Lindani was shot, unarmed by the racist United States police on a senseless suspicion of robbery.”


The EFF has been vocal against racism and acts of human rights violations. In2020, the party embarked on a campaign to support the Black Lives Matter movement in the United States “on a basis of the spate of senseless and racist murders of black people in the United States”


The EFF described Myeni as a devoted Christian man who had no criminal record.


The party says it urges President Cyril Ramaphosa not to tip toe around Myeni’s issue in front of his masters, the USA authorities. “President Cyril Ramaphosa must demand justice and hold the USA accountable for this senseless killing of Lindani Myeni.


“We are also disgusted at the openly racist manner in which the United States is treating fellow Africans in that country. We stand with all progressive forces that are immersed in the fight against this racist country. It is clear that this recent election of Joe Biden which was touted to be the beginning of change in the USA. Clearly this is not so.”


Social media has been abuzz with #JusticeForLindaniMyeni flooding the timeline since Friday night.

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 17, 2021, 1:10 p.m. No.13448666   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8919 >>6348



“Mob justice: Suspects, including a local Ward Councillor, were arrested for murder”dated 16 April 2021 at


LADY FRERE - The 72-hour activation plan ordered by the Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Liziwe Ntshinga yielded positive results as it led to the arrest of four male suspects believed to be involved in the gruesome murder of seven people at Zingqolweni Locality, on Wednesday, 14 April 2021, in Ladyfrere.


A team of operatives, led by a Major General appointed by the Provincial Commissioner, worked around the clock until midnight on Thursday, 15 April 2021 when they pounced on four suspects aged between 43 and 60 at Zingqolweni Locality. One of the four suspects, who is also believed to be a local Ward Councillor in the village, is expected to appear in the Ladyfrere Magistrate’s Court today whilst the other three will be appearing in the same court on Monday, 19 April 2021. All the suspects will be charged on seven counts of murder. The motive for the murders is yet to be established.


“I want to call upon the rest of those involved in these horrendous murders in Lady Frere to please submit themselves to the police before they are found. I made it clear that we shall find them and indeed we have found them in less than 24 hours. Let it be reiterated that there is absolutely no justification for anyone to deprive other human beings of their right to live. The law must continue to take its course.” Lieutenant General Ntshinga remarked.


The Provincial Commissioner appreciated the cooperation shown by some members of the community in the area and urged them to continue working with the police in ensuring that peace and stability are restored in their villages. More arrest are expected as operations and investigations continue in the villages of Lady Frere.

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 18, 2021, 5:09 a.m. No.13453312   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Amnesty International calls on the Zimbabwe to urgently address challenges of statelessness”-


“Amnesty International is calling on the Zimbabwean government to urgently address the challenges of nearly 300 000 people facing statelessness. In its new report - the advocacy group says the figure which is an estimate by the United Nations Refugee Agency includes people who've been struggling to acquire citizenship even before Zimbabwe's independence in 1980. The research found that migrants from neighboring Malawi, Zimbabwe and Mozambique were brought by colonial masters and were never registered as citizens. The cycle has carried on for generations. Statelessness robs people of basic rights because without documentation you can't register for schooling or denied the right to legal work. LLoyd Kuveya, Amnesty International Researcher, shares more.”

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 18, 2021, 5:16 a.m. No.13453343   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8919 >>6348

“Cape Flats murder rate shoots up”-


“Almost 200 more police officers have been deployed to Cape Town’s crime hotspots. The murder rate on the Cape Flats has escalated alarmingly. The territory wars to control drugs are believed to be behind the killings. Many bystanders, especially children, have been caught in the crossfire. eNCA's Ronald Masinda joins us from Cape Town with more on this story.”

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 18, 2021, 5:18 a.m. No.13453356   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“SIU | Probe into corruption at TVET College”-


“The special investigating unit has been given the go-ahead to commence with investigations into allegations of corruption and maladministration with the handling of NSFAS funding at the Central Johannesburg Technical and Vocational Education and Training College.”

Anonymous ID: ae046d April 18, 2021, 8:11 a.m. No.13454172   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Ethiopia in the headlines largely because of the conflict in Tigray”-


“For months now Ethiopia has been in the headlines largely because of the conflict in Tigray to the north of the country. In trying to understand the roots of the conflict it is suggested that some of the country's tensions lie in part due to the many ethnic groups and nations that are brought together under one national flag. To explain the complexities of ethnicity in Ethiopia is Melbourne-based Oromo Law Scholar DR Tsegaye R Ararssa.”

Anonymous ID: 907960 April 18, 2021, 12:32 p.m. No.13455470   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Originally Midnight Riders #348 >>76714


Two National Guard troops were injured after gunmen opened fire on their vehicles in Minneapolis. The attack came just hours after




ordered BLM to be more confrontational. Waters should be arrested and expelled from Congress.

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 18, 2021, 12:43 p.m. No.13455544   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8919 >>6348

“Concerns over gang violence in Jouberton township in the North West”-


“Members of the al Qaeda gang say the recent spate of gang conflict in Jouberton township in Klerksdorp in North West, has helped to bring many unresolved issues to the attention of national authorities. Speaking at the Crime Prevention Ministerial Imbizo, one of the founding members of the gang said their actions were provoked by the rival Boko Haram gang. He said they terrorised the community and were allegedly in cahoots with police and senior government officials. The Imbizo comes after 14 houses and vehicles were torched, following violent confrontations between the opposing gangs.”

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 18, 2021, 12:44 p.m. No.13455553   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5847 >>8919 >>6348

“Developing Story | UCT students evacuated” – Library ablaze-


“Fire fighters are continuing to battle the runaway blaze on the slopes of Table Mountain. Students have been evacuated from the University of Cape Town, which has suffered some damage. The fire started at the Rhodes Memorial on the slopes of Table Mountain on Sunday morning.”


Noteworthy comment;


2:07 – “A vast number of government documents dating back decades to the Apartheid era. Documents that aren’t digitized are in this library and which researchers very often obviously have to refer to when they are researching topics of the like and so a lot is literally going up in flames here this evening and a lot that we understand irreplaceable.”

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 18, 2021, 1:02 p.m. No.13455637   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1761

“Former President Zuma has accused some officials in the ANC Top Six of a plot against him”-


“Former President Jacob Zuma has accused some of the Top Six officials of the ANC, of neglecting him and wanting him to go to jail. This is contained in a leaked audio recording of his meeting with the Top Six. The meeting was called to discuss his refusal to appear before the Zondo Commission, among others. During the encounter, the former president vowed to fight to clear his name and expose those who have done wrong.”

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 18, 2021, 1:03 p.m. No.13455644   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“ANC wants to ban smartphones and gadgets from meetings”-


The ANC is considering drastic measures to stop damaging audio leaks from national executive committee (NEC) meetings.


These measures include returning to physical venues instead of using online platforms, and banning all electronic gadgets, including smartphones, from these venues.


The City Press reported that everyone in the meeting would be requested to leave all electronic devices at the door.


They will be patted down at the door and will also be under constant surveillance during the meeting to ensure there are no recordings.


Should a person be caught recording a meeting or leaking the discussion, there will be severe penalties.


These plans follow cases where ANC NEC members recorded online discussion and later leaked this sensitive information.


Earlier this week, ANC deputy secretary-general Jessie Duarte accused ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule’s supporters of leaking NEC and Top 6 audio recordings.


One of the leaked audio clips is a discussion between the ANC’s leaders meeting with former president Jacob Zuma.


In this clip Duarte could be heard saying she believes Zuma should not appear before the state capture commission and deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo.


Duarte told the SABC the audio leaks are aimed at dividing the party and drawing people into factions.


She said Magashule’s supporters wanted her to be part of that faction, but that she has resisted being drawn into any faction.


Duarte believes she is now being targeted by Magashule’s supporters who are behind the leaked audio recording.


The ANC is not the only organisation which is struggling to data security problems like audio leaks.


Many companies, including large corporates, have been hit with leaks of their sensitive information during videoconferences.


Videoconferencing software typically enable companies to block unauthorised recording of the meeting or conference, but this is not a full-proof measure.


Attendees can easily use a recording device like a smartphone next to their computer to record the full meeting. This is no effective way to stop this.


Another problem is the video files being available online. The Washington Post has recently highlighted that thousands of sensitive Zoom videos have been left viewable on the Internet.


These videos included business meetings that contained private company financial statements and other sensitive data.


It is therefore important to ensure that any authorised recording of the meeting is not made available online without strict access control.

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 18, 2021, 1:35 p.m. No.13455847   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8922 >>2793 >>1753

>>13455553 - Also this weekend;


“State Capture Inquiry offices burgled” -


“State Capture Inquiry offices ROBBED – vital documents ‘could be missing’”-


There could be a big story developing here: The offices of the State Capture Inquiry were burgled this weekend - and 'several laptops' are now missing.


The political conspiracy theorists are going to have a field day with this one – and on this occasion, they may have good cause. Officials have told eNCA that the Parktown office of the State Capture Inquiry was burgled overnight, with a bundle of laptops now missing from the premises. SAPS has also failed to rule out that ‘sensitive documents’ were also taken.




These incredible developments surfaced on Sunday morning – and we are awaiting an updated statement from both the regional police force in Gauteng and the Zondo Commission itself. There are fears that the laptops weren’t the only important items nicked on Saturday night – as legal teams rush to confirm the whereabouts of high-level dockets.




The State Capture Inquiry, which has rattled on for almost three years, has turned up a number of trees since its inception: Although few arrests have been made, a larger number of criminal charges have been brought forward against alleged perpetrators – thanks largely due to evidence that surfaced at the Commission.


However, as the net was cast wider to the ‘upper echelons’ of government, DCJ Zondo and his team experienced a significant pushback. Witnesses have grown increasingly uncooperative, and former President Jacob Zuma made a mockery of the panel by refusing to attend on several different dates.


Msholozi, however, has support from his friends still inside the ANC’s top brass. Jessie Duarte was heard leaping to uBaba’s defence last week, criticising Raymond Zondo in the process. However, the motivation behind this robbery is yet to be established – and the obvious failure in security protocol is likely to come under scrutiny.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 19, 2021, 5:51 a.m. No.13460711   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8922 >>2793 >>1753

“State Capture Inquiry | Could motive for break-in be sinister?”-


“The State Capture Inquiry is questioning the motive for a break-in at its offices in Parktown, Johannesburg. And it's still trying to ascertain what else, besides a computer and monitor, was stolen. This isn't the first event to raise suspicion.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 19, 2021, 7:54 a.m. No.13461396   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772




“Victor Kgomoeswana unpacks the Uganda and Tanzania East African Crude Oil Pipeline project agreement” – Total SA-


“Ugandan president, Yoweri Museveni and Tanzania’s Samia Hassan Suluhu on Sunday signed the East African Crude Oil Pipeline project agreement. The deal paves the way for the construction of a 1,440 km crude oil pipeline from Uganda's Albertine region to Tanzanian seaport of Tanga. Author for Africa is Open for Business, Victor Kgomoeswana unpacks this.”


“Uganda, Tanzania Seal Oil Pipeline Deal” -


The governments of Tanzania, Uganda and international oil firms, French Total E&P, and China's Cnooc have signed off four key agreements for commercialisation of the proposed East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP), bringing to end years of protracted negotiations and setting on course Uganda's oil project for the next phases of development and production by earliest 2025.


Total SA is the parent company of Total E&P licensed to operate in Uganda, alongside Cnooc. The two ventured into Uganda after each acquiring 66.66% stake from Anglo-Irish Tullow Oil PLC, which recently sold off its entire stake, and is currently winding up its operations. The planned U.S.$3,5 billion crude export pipeline is to be 1,445 kilometers long, beginning in Hoima in western Uganda and ending at Tanga in Tanzania.


Uganda discovered crude reserves in the Albertine rift basin in the west of the country near the border with DR Congo in 2006. The signing of the agreements was initially scheduled for March 22, 2021 but was deferred to allow mourning of the late Tanzanian president John Pombe Magufuli.

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 19, 2021, 11:51 a.m. No.13463087   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Daily frustration at Home Affairs”-


“From dawn to dusk, many South Africans experience the snaking queues at the Department of Home Affairs - all in the hope of getting through the door but many have been left frustrated after being told to go back home because the system is down. eNCA is taking a nationwide look at Home Affairs. Aviwe Mtila has the update.”

Anonymous ID: a4be6f April 19, 2021, 11:55 a.m. No.13463120   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3138 >>8084 >>8914 >>6335



“Farm Murders | 4 farmers accused of the murder of 2 brothers in Mkhondo, apply for bail”-


“Daniel Malan, Cornelius Greyling, Othard Klingberg and Micheal Sternberg are back in the Piet Retief Magistrate's Court in Mkhondo, Mpumalanga. The four men are accused of the murder of Amos and Zenzele Coka at Pampoenkraal outside Mkhondo. The four are expected to apply for bail. SABC News reporter Tumelo Machogo is outside court.”


2:55 – “They are saying Black Lives Matter and also why they’re protesting.”

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 20, 2021, 5:53 a.m. No.13469006   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8919 >>6348



“Walter sisulu university mthatha strike protest burn police car ( wsu )” -


“Mthatha riots: Police members make narrow escape as Nyala set alight”- Below are excerpts.


The Walter Sisulu University remains closed due to student riots and protest action in Mthatha. On Monday, a police nyala was set alight.


Two members of the Public Order Police (POP) escaped in the nick of time when university students allegedly set a nyala alight in Mthatha on Monday 19 April.


Four other police officers conducting foot and vehicle patrols sustained injuries when a group of protestors threw stones at them. The incident occurred near Walter Sisulu University in Mthatha.


Police spokesperson Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo said members of the Public Order Unit were monitoring the protest in Mthatha when they came under fire, allegedly by university students.


“Two members monitoring the violent protest in a police Nyala, fortunately, escaped unharmed when the Nyala was set alight. The pair managed to jump out moments before the armoured vehicle burst into flames.


“Four POP members sustained injuries when a group of violent protestors threw stones at members conducting foot and vehicle patrols. One member has since been hospitalised.”


Naidoo added that criminal cases including malicious damage to property and assault had been opened.


“No suspects have been arrested as yet.”




WSU Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Rushiella Songca, said in a statement on Monday that the university had no choice but to immediately close all its campuses until further notice.


“In light of the events taking place on our campuses, the University has no other choice but to close the university forthwith until further notice. Students must vacate both the WSU and private residences by 16:00 this afternoon, 19 April 2021.


“During this period, the university will continue with its academic project online using a multi-modal approach for which we are geared. Those staff members who have the tools of the trade can continue to work from home. Management condemns the damage to public and university property and the attacks on its staff members.”


She added that an institution-wide shut-down has been declared by the Institutional Student Representative Council (ISRC).


“We now find ourselves at an impasse that sees the 2021 academic year under threat, including our staff and university property that stand at risk due to continued student protest action.”

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 20, 2021, 7:25 a.m. No.13469614   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9631 >>8902 >>8911 >>6290 >>6327 >>2755 >>1671

“Heritage Fund | Sexwale: Money for poor stolen”-


“Treasury and SARB dismiss Tokyo Sexwale's claims of missing billions” -


Johannesburg - The National Treasury and the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) have dismissed claims by ANC veteran and businessman Tokyo Sexwale that he was instrumental in depositing billions of rand at the central bank to help poor university students.


Sexwale made the claims during an eNCA talk show Truth to Power hosted by JJ Tabane in which he said that he raised billions of rands and that the funds in question were channelled to the central bank in 2016.


According to Sexwale, former president Jacob Zuma and incumbent President Cyril Ramaphosa were aware of the funds which he said were meant for free education of poor students.


But Treasury and the central bank have dismissed the claims.


During his interview on the news channel, Sexwale said two weeks ago they reported a case of theft to the police after funds, while under the care of the central bank, allegedly went missing.


But in a joint statement, both Treasury and the SARB said: “Allegations made by Mr Tokyo Sexwale on alleged billions that have been deposited at the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) points to a common scam. Over the years, National Treasury and the SARB have received many such requests for, or promises, of billions (and now trillions) of rands or dollars, and from experience regarding these as simply scams."


They added: “Any claim that such funds are meant for deserving causes such as Covid-19 relief, social grants or grants for free education are simply empty promises, to secure the interest of the potential victim."


They also indicated that they had previously received correspondence from Sexwale and many others that alleged that billions of rands have been stolen from a fund that had been referred to as the ‘White Spiritual Boy Trust’ and which was set up by a foreign donor. [Someone posted an Affidavit in the first South African thread referencing ‘White Spiritual Boy’ concerning the theft of gold by SARB and banks]


“It is further alleged that there are trillions of dollars in the said fund and that, inter alia, a certain Mr Goodwin Erin Webb was its mandated representative in South Africa. On investigation, the SARB can confirm that it had no record of the existence of the said fund and it had advised Mr Sexwale in writing that, given the SARB’s experience and knowledge of this and other similar matters, it could only conclude that the alleged fund was a scam,” the statement read.


The entities said it should be noted that Sexwale was not the first prominent person acting on behalf of Mr Webb or an unknown donor, for such funds, and such requests could be traced to many years before 2016.


“The SARB can confirm that all cross-border transactions are reported to the SARB by commercial banks who are appointed as authorised dealers in foreign exchange transactions. The SARB has concluded that there is no evidence to support the existence of such funds. If Mr Sexwale believes otherwise, the onus is on him and his unknown sponsor to provide independently written proof of the existence and/or transfer of such funds, as well as certified copies of actual identification and citizenship of such ‘donors’, in line with the normal FICA- type anti-money laundering requirements,” the statement said.


The central bank is adamant that the allegations of theft of non-existent funds have no validity.


Meanwhile, attempts to contact Sexwale to elaborate on his comments were unsuccessful as his phone rang unanswered.

Anonymous ID: c30049 April 20, 2021, 7:28 a.m. No.13469631   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7846 >>7875 >>6388 >>1953 >>1965 >>1975 >>8902 >>8911 >>6290 >>6327 >>2755 >>1671


>[Someone posted an Affidavit in the first South African thread referencing ‘White Spiritual Boy’ concerning the theft of gold by SARB and banks]


“Affidavit – State Capture by SARB & Banks – Theft of Gold”


It provides a wealth of information and can be accessed at


>>13404630 and >>13404634 – Intercol is listed in Annexure 05 on page 203 as part of the Eastcorp Syndicate with the following heading;


The Eastcorp Syndicate chart


A Chart of the “Eastcorp Syndicate” listing all business entities under their control. Note the listing of Bridge S. A., which is associated with “Bridge International” that, in turn, forms part of the “United Kingdom Network”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 20, 2021, 7:57 a.m. No.13469856   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8951 >>6418 >>2809 >>1772

“Reaction to the death of Chad President Idriss Deby: David Zounmenou” -


“Chad's President Idriss Deby has died. He was 68. A Chad army spokesperson says Deby died while visiting troops on the frontline of a fight against northern rebels. For more on that, we are joined by political analyst Dr. David Zounmenou.”


“Veteran Chad President Idriss Deby died after fighting rebels on battlefield, says army”-


N'Djamena, Chad - Chad's President Idriss Deby Itno died on Tuesday from wounds sustained in battle after three decades in power, the army announced.


The shock news came only the day after the 68-year-old career military man was proclaimed the winner of a presidential election that had given him a sixth term in office.


The army also announced a curfew and border closures after the death, as well as the dissolution of government and the parliament


Deby had ruled Chad with an iron fist since taking power on the back of a coup in 1990 but was a key ally in the West's anti-jihadist campaign in the troubled Sahel region.


The army said Deby had been commanding his forces at the weekend as they battled rebels who had launched a major incursion into the north of the country on election day, April 11.


Deby "has just breathed his last breath defending the sovereign nation on the battlefield," army spokesman General Azem Bermandoa Agouna said in a statement read out on state television.


The army said a military council led by the late president's 37-year-old son Mahamat Idriss Deby Itno, a four-star general, would replace him.


The council has already met to draw up a transitional charter, Agouna said, without elaborating.


Deby's son oversaw his father's security as head of the elite presidential guard and often appeared alongside him, wearing dark glasses and military fatigues.


On Monday, the army had claimed a "great victory" in its battle against the rebels from neighbouring Libya, the Front for Change and Concord in Chad (FACT).


FACT, which waged its attacks in the provinces of Tibesti and Kanem, had claimed in a statement that Deby had been wounded - a report that could not be confirmed.


inisters and high-ranking military brass had said Monday that Deby was in the region on Saturday and Sunday after the rebel offensive.


Deby was among the world's longest-serving leaders.


Provisional results on Monday showed him winning re-election with almost 80 percent of the vote against nine challengers.


His victory had never been in doubt, with a divided opposition, boycott calls, and a campaign in which demonstrations were banned or dispersed.


Deby was a herder's son from the Zaghawa ethnic group who took the classic path to power through the army, and relished the military culture.


He had campaigned for the latest election on a promise of bringing peace and security to the troubled region, but his pledges were undermined by the rebel incursion.


The government had sought Monday to assure concerned residents that the offensive was over.


Panic had been triggered in some areas of the capital N'Djamena on Monday after tanks were seen out on the city's main roads, an AFP journalist reported.


The tanks were later withdrawn apart from a perimeter around the president's office, which is under heavy security during normal times.


"The establishment of a security deployment in certain areas of the capital seems to have been misunderstood," government spokesman Cherif Mahamat Zene had said on Twitter.


"There is no particular threat to fear."


However, the US embassy in N'Djamena had on Saturday ordered non-essential personnel to leave the country, warning of possible violence in N'Djamena.


Britain also urged its nationals to leave, although France said in an advisory that there was no specific threat to the capital.


FACT, a group mainly made up of the Saharan Goran people, said Sunday that it had "liberated" the Kanem region. Such claims in remote desert combat zones are difficult to verify.


The group has a non-aggression pact with Khalifa Haftar, a military strongman who controls much of Libya's east.


The Tibesti mountains near the Libyan frontier frequently see fighting between rebels and the army, as well as in the northeast bordering Sudan.


French air strikes were needed to stop an incursion there in February 2019.


In February 2008, a rebel assault reached the gates of the presidential palace before being pushed back with French backing.

Anonymous ID: eef5de April 20, 2021, 11:10 a.m. No.13471281   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>1356

''This insidious deployment is designed to trap you in a loop of "I'm a Christian [Name, mirrored behavior leads to marriage with satan] and rejecting that marriage to satan"''

It's "satan's toilet"'s stale shtick of "inevitability" that's designed to ware down your Will and accept being a template for satans toilet.

This is well worth a global report, it's insidious beyond belief.

Update: The "l❤TRAPS" flooder is designed again, to force you to mirror what you see. Mirroring is their primary weapon, that's why they post Pepe as their 'avatars' here so much.


Do you see how these deployments work together?

Do you see how much energy they spend eroding your Will? Demoralizing you?

How many pictures have you scrolled across that contain their subliminal attacks? (Hint: They. do. not. waste. any. chance. to. make. you. smaller.)


It's just, the worst and most disrespectful behavior I've ever seen.

Remember: As a combat tactic, they associates themselves with those they can't subdue. "Taking them down with me"


To invoke disgust against this mirroring act, I used "herpy caidsll" as a name replacement.

The baker (also satans toilet) is making an insidious statement in saying [#17063]"Also You Might Have Herpes" because THEY KNOW it's their own mirror trap they've deployed against (You).


All from the last few day, we saw the MOCKINGBIRD consensus here massage our minds for this marriage deployment. (The henry aids)




>"Woman are bad"






>lets go further

>The topic tonight is specific in detailing how MGTOW you should be.

>That's designed to separate you from Others.

>Tomorrow, they'll take advantage of your distance from Others and sell you a "satan" to marry.


>Prove me wrong~



>Is it a coincidence that the main discussion tonight revolves around marriage?



>You'll know I'm right, and have enough accuracy to point out their deployments, if the marriage flood happens tomorrow.

>Otherwise I'm just a fool eh.


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Anonymous ID: 000000 April 20, 2021, 2:03 p.m. No.13472616   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8919 >>6348

“Eastern Cape [foreign] spaza shop owners demand better police protection”-


Spaza shop owners stood in the rain to picket outside the KwaNobuhle police station on Monday to demand more police visibility.


Over 100 spaza shop owners in KwaNobuhle and Despatch in the Eastern Cape drove in convoy to the KwaNobuhle Police Station on Monday to demand more police visibility. They also wanted to highlight what they say has been a spike in incidents of robbery, hijackings and other targeted attacks on Somalian and Ethiopian-owned shops.


Chairperson of the Somali Community Services Said Mohamed said they believe certain people are orchestrating the crimes in order to run them out of business.


“We know that our own Somali brothers pay a fee of about R500 for protection from township thugs. There is no need to pay any fee. The police must do their job and be visible in all our shops,” he said.




Siyabulela Hodi, Project Coordinator for Eastern Cape Refugee Centre, said they have been “working tirelessly” with police to find a solution. Since January, there have been five murders, he said.


Colonel Isaac Plaatjies and Siphiwo Vusani of the Nelson Mandela Bay District Community Policing Forum came out to address picketers after briefly meeting with a delegation from the group.


Plaatjies told the group, “The problem is you open cases and when it is time to go to court you are nowhere to be found. We have to look for you and even when we arrest a criminal, we cannot keep them for more than 48 hours when [the accuser] doesn’t come forward.”


Vusani suggested that all spaza shops in KwaNobuhle close at 9pm. “We have also decided that there must be patrols throughout KwaNobuhle twice per day. We will have a Whatsapp group for shop owners, even if the group has 500 members,” he told picketers.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 20, 2021, 2:04 p.m. No.13472631   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

“City of Cape Town approve R4 billion Amazon headquarter development”- Below are excerpts.


Amazon will be the primary tenants of the upcoming development at Cape Town's River Club, with nearly 19 000 new jobs promised.


The City of Cape Town has given the go-ahead for the construction of a R4 billion mixed-use development to be occupied primarily by global retail giant Amazon, with some 19 000 jobs promised to those responsible for carrying out the project.


Executive mayor Dan Plato said in a statement on Monday 19 April that the 15-hectare parcel of land in the River Club has been approved for development by the Liesbeek Leisure Properties Trust, with development promising to provide “a significant boost to the Cape Town economy as the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown [continues]”.


Plato said that the 150 000 square metre mixed-use space will be divided into commercial and housing uses across two precincts, and said that heritage considerations have been accounted for.


“The city has carefully and thoroughly considered all of the submissions and concerns during the appeal process. We are acutely aware of the need to balance investment and job creation, along with heritage and planning considerations,” he said.


“It is clear that this development offers many economic, social and environmental benefits for the area. We are committed to driving investment to revitalise the economy, which is slowly recovering following the impact of COVID-19,” said Plato.




The proposed development will contain the following:


  • 59 600 SQM office space;

  • 20 700 SQM retail space;

  • 8 200 SQM hotel;

  • 4,100 SQM gym;

  • Restaurants, conferencing, school and events space


The developers of the project have pledged to assign 20% of the residential floor space to affordable housing opportunities. A total of 31 900 SQM of the development is intended for residential purposes.

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 20, 2021, 2:07 p.m. No.13472672   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8950 >>6414 >>2802 >>1766

“Partnership with NW Gov will take Sun City Resort ‘to greater heights’”- Below are excerpts.


The North West Provincial Government is ready to take the Sun City resort to new heights. The delegation led by Premier Prof. Tebogo Job Mokgoro recently met with the management of the Sun City Resort.


The delegation would be pursuing “public-private partnership” aimed at boosting tourism in the region.




Premier Mokgoro met virtually with the MEC for the Department of Arts, Culture, Sports and Recreation Galebekwe Tlhapi, as well as the Acting Head of Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism Department Sarah Manone.


Representatives from the Presidency and National Department of Tourism joined the discussions as well, to look at ways in which to “expand the resort and improve the infrastructure”.


The delegation hopes that it would “unlock the maximum tourism boom” for the region, as the Sun City Resort is regarded as one of South Africa’s key tourism destinations “during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic”.


Resort management laid out plans to expand the establishment. This includes a new hotel used for sports, conferencing and cultural activities, as well as added leisure amenities for guests.




Mokgoro’s spokesperson, Vuyisile Ngesi, confirmed that “all parties agreed to formulate an action plan with deliverables to kick-start the partnership.”


“The Office of the Premier will take care of ensuring that all key departments are on board. This is the business case that we would also broaden to look at other economic sectors in the region because the inter-linkages are very important”.

Premier Mokgoro


The team will meet again in due course to monitor progress and keep the project aligned with the envisaged vision of “bringing the tourism boom in the resort to the benefit of the surrounding areas and the province”.


Keep in mind.


Sun International is B-BBEE compliant so guess who will benefit while small tourism businesses suffer? View their certificates at

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 20, 2021, 2:08 p.m. No.13472714   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8919 >>6348

“Cape Town Fires | Suspect denies involvement” - Tanzanian National-


“A man arrested for allegedly being involved in the devastating fires that ripped across the Table Mountain National Park, causing extensive damage, appeared briefly in court today. According to the charge sheet, the Tanzanian national was arrested on Sunday while the fires were still burning out of control. He's being charged with arson. eNCA's Ayesha Ismail shares more details.”

Anonymous ID: 000000 April 20, 2021, 2:13 p.m. No.13472789   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8922 >>2793 >>1753

“State Capture Inquiry | Three ministers didn't want me to testify: Dintwe”-


“Intelligence Inspector General, Setlhomamaru Dintwe was testifying at the State Capture Inquiry.”

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 21, 2021, 5:41 a.m. No.13478084   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8914 >>6335




“Piet Retief farmers in court: Violence, looting, destruction as unruly mob go on rampage”-


The police management in Mpumalanga have condemned in the strongest terms the unruly behaviour as well as acts of lawlessness displayed by a group of individuals who destroyed other people’s properties, including state vehicles as well as looted some items from a store during a court appearance of five murder suspects at Piet Retief Magistrate’s Court.


The incident occurred outside court on Monday, 19 April 2021.


Some members of the public attempted to remove a barb wire that was erected by police to prevent them from entering the court premises as well as ensuring that the court proceeds without any disruptions. Police managed to prevent them from removing the barb wire however these individuals then went on rampage and smashed windows of about three private vehicles, as well as windows of a business premise.


They reportedly went to a certain liquor store where they looted beverages as well as damaged two police vehicles whilst another man is said to have been stabbed by this group of people.


Police management in the province also warn people to desist from such a behaviour like the one displayed outside court. The Acting Provincial Commissioner of the South African Police Service in Mpumalanga, Major General Thulani Phahla, has urged members of the public to remain disciplined in spite of concerns that they might have.


“Proper channels should be used to address issues rather than resorting into violence. Destruction of property will not resolve matters but it is just purely displaying criminality and the law will take its course against such people.” concluded General Phahla.


The court appearance of the five follows a shooting incident that occurred on Friday, 9 April 2021, where two brothers lost their lives at Pampoen farm in Dirkieskop. Their bail hearing started today and it was postponed to Tuesday, 20 April 2021, meanwhile the suspects were remanded in custody.

Anonymous ID: 41ad90 April 21, 2021, 5:42 a.m. No.13478087   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8919 >>6348

“Several Tshwane buses stoned and vandalised by striking workers”-


“Several Tshwane buses were stoned and vandalised this morning, allegedly by striking workers. This as the Tshwane Bus strike enters its second week. Municipal Workers Union (SAMWU) downed tools last week over the A Re Yeng Bus route dispute. Tshwane says the bus strike is illegal and has obtained a court interdict.”

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 21, 2021, 7:03 a.m. No.13478474   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8682 >>8916 >>1724

“SA's Water | Cuban engineers in SA to share water infrastructure expertise”-


“South Africa is a water-scarce country. This has been worsened by poor maintenance and failing infrastructure. But we seem to be slowly getting onto the right track. In January, President Cyril Ramaphosa said steps were being taken to fast-track the National Water Resources Infrastructure Agency. At the weekend, a group of Cuban engineers arrived in the country, to share their expertise on water infrastructure issues.”


He also mentioned the other countries from whom South Africa is getting assistance however SA had a very good infrastructure before the ANC took over.

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 21, 2021, 7:05 a.m. No.13478482   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8919 >>6348



“Judge President John Hlophe | Hlophe to help select judges”-


“Freedom Under Law executive officer, Nicole Fritz spoke with eNCA's Tumelo Mothotoane.”

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 21, 2021, 7:07 a.m. No.13478486   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8916 >>1724

“Olievenhoutbosch Protest | Fight for housing intensifies”-


“Police have cleared roads in Olievenhoutbosch, Centurion. This after people barricaded roads using burning tyres earlier on Wednesday. They are protesting over housing.”


Listen to the angry resident towards the end of the video… This is the result of empty promises.

Anonymous ID: b85df6 April 21, 2021, 7:10 a.m. No.13478503   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8902 >>6290 >>2755 >>1671

“Watch: Now MK military veteran protest blocks N2 and N3”-


MK Military veterans blocked the N3 as they headed to the KZN legislature to hand over a list of demands to the government.


A group of angry uMkhonto we Sizwe (MK) military veterans who are on their way to deliver a memorandum of demands to the provincial legislature in Pietermaritzburg blocked the N2 and N3 freeways near Durban on Wednesday.


A video of scores of MK veterans protesting on the freeway is doing the rounds on social media. The video depicts the veterans’ vehicles parked on the freeway and protestors crouching and singing on the road, with traffic backed up behind them. The protestors eventually moved on driving at 40km per hour in convey as they head to the KZN Legislature in Pietermaritzburg.


KZN Road Traffic Inspectorate spokes