Mandela: Reporting His Death and the Search for the Truth

Nelson Mandela
The Las Vegas Guardian Express began reporting Nelson Mandela’s death June 26 and our search for the truth began immediately; not the truth of whether or not the former South African President was dead, for, of that report, we were already certain, but the truth behind why his death was being covered up. That search continues, but nothing we have uncovered leads us to suspect that Madiba still lives.

The timeline of how and why we reported the event has been recounted in several articles in this publication. In short; a text message was received by one of our South African correspondents, Laura Oneale, stating that Mandela had just died. According to the message, sent by an employee of the South African Broadcasting Company (SABC), the anti-Apartheid crusader had passed away sometime late in the day of June 25. During a hastily convened editorial meeting, it was decided that a select team of reporters and editors would begin to search for further information and work on one or more stories, reporting the man’s death and recounting his life.

In truth, the team was not completely of one mind, regarding how quickly we should release the news; erroneous media reports of Mandela’s death had been published in the past, followed by hasty retractions and apologies. Nevertheless, our source was exceptionally well-placed and there was no reason whatsoever to believe that this source would have even considered providing us with this information without being absolutely certain; the repercussions, after all, would have been too enormous. Within hours, therefore, we had published two articles announcing that Nelson Mandela had died.

Admittedly, we began second-guessing ourselves but came to the decision that to retract when we had found no evidence that Mandela was still alive ran counter to both our commitment to journalistic integrity and to our self-appointed mission of speaking the truth, no matter how unpleasant, unwanted or politically incorrect.

LVGE Editor Michael Smith outside Mandela's hospital

Las Vegas Guardian Express Editor Michael Smith outside Nelson Mandela’s Pretoria hospital

Having determined that our information was correct, we nevertheless embarked upon a search for the truth behind the cover-up of Mandela’s death. Our founder and publisher, DiMarkco Chandler, made the decision to send one of our top writer/editors to South Africa on a fact-finding mission. UK-Based Michael Smith travelled to South Africa on July 25 and, together with Laura Oneale, met with our original source and others in an attempt to piece together what was happening and why Madiba’s passing was being kept a secret. He returned with intriguing leads and an audio recording of a telephone conversation between a government security contractor and an officer of the South African Defense Force (SADF). Part of this audio was published here. The one statement in this recording which took us by surprise was the SADF officer’s assertion that Mandela had actually passed away on June 11; according to this source, Mandela had suffered total organ failure and was pronounced brain-dead – this came, apparently, from the chief doctor at the Pretoria hospital to which Mandela had been admitted June 8, to be treated for a recurring lung infection.

In the meantime, back in the United States, the Las Vegas Guardian Express website had been subjected to more than one cyber-attack. According to our IT expert, the ‘Denial of Service’ attack – which twice took down the site – had almost certainly originated in South Africa. This merely confirmed our suspicions that we were onto a story that many did not want told. It is only reasonable to assume that, had Nelson Mandela still been alive, our publication would have quickly found itself the recipient of a legal cease and desist order – almost certainly followed by a lawsuit – since, by this time, we had published additional articles that all contained the assertion that the South African icon was no longer with us. Rather than demand a retraction and apology, however, the South African authorities, it seems, attempted to prevent anyone from reading our reports. These incidents merely furthered our resolve; clearly, there was something to hide.

As we began to look into the activities of the Mandela family – particularly, their attempts to gain control of Madiba’s ZAR127 million (approximately $12.5 million) trust – we realized that his death may not have been announced because a dead man can’t be sued for his money. Our audio tape appeared to confirm this. Current South African President Jacob Zuma continued to put out statements that Mandela was “critical, but stable”. Even after it was revealed, by court documents, that Mandela’s doctors had declared him brain-dead and had advised the family to authorize the turning off of the life support machines, Zuma issued a statement denying this. It is very interesting to note that the doctors themselves made no statement; they were not allowed to speak with the media, in fact. Zuma said that the doctors denied saying Mandela was brain-dead. The world’s media reported this as the doctors themselves denying that they had made the prognosis, which was not actually true.

As the weeks went by, no-one other than Zuma and the Mandela family had access to the former leader. Even US President Barack Obama had not been able to see Mandela when he visited the country. Had Mandela still been responsive at that time, as family members had been saying, it is almost certain that the leader of the most powerful nation on Earth would have been granted an audience – however brief.

The Las Vegas Guardian Express became the target of many critics. Although our articles drew many comments from ordinary South Africans who obviously believed what we were reporting – or were at least prepared to accept that we were probably telling the truth – we received many more from people who were disgusted that we continued to report Mandela’s death. We, however, were on a search for the truth; our detractors, by contrast, were merely choosing to believe what the South African authorities were reporting and what was being said in the international media – and those media reports were, themselves, nothing more than reflections of the official statements.

Our publication has been accused of cynically reporting Mandela’s death merely to attract readers and, therefore, financial profit. Such claims are preposterous, since we had dispatched a senior editor to South Africa at a cost that equaled the revenue being generated by all of our Mandela articles combined; although the Las Vegas Guardian Express is a rapidly-rising star in the media universe, we do not yet command the volume of readership that would have enabled us to garner enormous profits from our reporting. Our publication is less than two years old and is a platform for citizen journalism; our decision to report Mandela’s passing – and maintain our position, refusing to retract – could have destroyed the reputation we are building. In short, it was a decision that could have snuffed out our fledgling media site. The risk we took – together with the financial expenses we incurred – far outweigh any profits we have seen from our reporting of this story.

Our South African correspondent, Laura Oneale – a lady who, clearly, cares deeply about her country and its future – was singled out for victimization in sections of the South African media. There are, however, no major media outlets in South Africa that report anything other than that which the authorities approve; South Africa may be, technically, a Democracy, but it is still ruled by those who are Communists at heart and exercise total control, where possible. Whilst it would be unfair to say that the South African media does not dare criticize Zuma or the ruling ANC, their reporting is not totally independent of official influence.

Following Mandela’s ‘discharge’ from hospital, Oneale became the target of scathing reports in South African publications; these reports were bordering on libelous and the publications in question should have been ashamed, particularly since they, themselves, did not have one shred of evidence that Mandela still lived. They were merely repeating the official story, that this 95-year-old man – who had suffered total organ failure and was pronounced brain-dead – was, more than three months later, still allegedly in “critical, but stable, condition” – something that defies almost every law of medical science.

It is, in fact, not entirely beyond the realm of possibility that Mandela was dead and buried sometime in June, although the Las Vegas Guardian Express does not claim to have any definite proof of this, beyond small pieces of circumstantial evidence. On June 26 – the day that the Las Vegas Guardian Express reported Mandela’s passing, the Mandela family and government officials reportedly gathered in Qunu, Mandela’s home. A new access road to the Mandela house was being hastily constructed and a digger was working on a grave. It seems beyond doubt that preparations had begun in earnest for the icon’s burial, but what actually transpired is not clear. It is worth noting that these events took place before the conclusion of the Mandela family court battle to relocate the remains of the deceased Mandela children, so the grave that was being prepared was not for any of them.

More than three months have now passed since we brought Nelson Mandela’s death to the world. In that time, not one media organization can claim to have irrefutable, first-hand proof that Mandela still lives; neither the Mandela family, nor the South African government, have provided any proof that he remains a living, functioning human being.

We have never attempted to disrespect Mandela’s name or legacy. We recognize his imperfections and acknowledge that there are those who liked neither the man nor his ideology. Regardless, we humbly submit that he achieved remarkable things. We have never presumed to pass judgement upon him, nor blindly worship him. We have merely reported what no-one else has dared to report: That he has passed away and that his family and government continue to pretend otherwise, for their own gain.

We, at this point, would still, obviously, be willing to retract our reports; our integrity means more to our team than suffering the embarrassment of admitting that we were wrong. That situation, however, will not come to pass. It is time for the South African government and the living relatives of Nelson Mandela to end this charade and announce the man’s passing. If they will not do that, it is time for them to provide media access to Mandela. We do not expect the man to suffer the indignity of being surrounded by a gaggle of reporters and photographers; a short, private audience with a member of our staff would suffice. No photographs, no questions; merely an opportunity for a trusted individual to say that they have seen Mandela with their own eyes and that he remains alive.

Without such a request being granted, we maintain that we reported his death accurately and we continue to search for the truth.

An editorial by Graham J Noble on behalf of the Las Vegas Guardian Express staff.

168 Responses to Mandela: Reporting His Death and the Search for the Truth

  1. Tsh December 18, 2013 at 1:20 am

    Now that his death was announced ..are u still saying they kept it a secret for the elections….

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    • Graham Noble December 18, 2013 at 6:26 am

      We are saying they kept it a secret for whatever reason. One or two of my colleagues have suggested that it was being kept a secret for the elections. I always thought it was more about the fight over the estate and perhaps Zuma playing some games. The truth is, we never quite understood WHY it was being covered up (hence: search for the truth).

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  2. Abu December 5, 2013 at 2:35 pm

    If you still don’t believe me try
    http://edition.cnn.com/2013/12/05/world/africa/nelson-mandela/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

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  3. Abu December 5, 2013 at 2:21 pm

    Well Mr Noble your wish has been granted….The South African President has just announced the death of Nelson Mandela. Official time 23:55 5 December 2013

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    • Graham Noble December 5, 2013 at 2:27 pm

      Yes indeed, Abu

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  4. WTF? November 19, 2013 at 12:56 am

    How did a politically motivated article end up being a forum for racial slur and idiocy?
    WTF is wrong with all of you people (yes white and black)….
    The Gardian Express has reported based on factual information from contacts with our Country. Apart from what is being told by our own Government and media (influenced by our Government), there is no evidence to show otherwise…. in which case they have stated that they will retract their story and issue an apology.

    Are we not supposed to be a democracy?

    Why are some of you ignorant idiots using this to motivate racist behaviour…. this was not an article about colour, it was about political motivated agenda’s…. whatever they may be.

    It is change that we South Africans most fear… and that fear is portrayed through racism because it is a comfort zone for many. The ones who complain and attack most are the ones who do nothing to make this a better place.

    Instead of ranting and making racist comments, why dont you idiots (of all colours) do something positive to make a change for the better in our Country… we are ALL responsible for where we are and it is time that we ALL start living up to Madiba’s legacy which has no agenda,

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    • Peter Pan November 19, 2013 at 2:51 am

      WTF you are correct. How did this reporting of Madiba’s death become such a racial issue. People are seriously insane to blow this story out of proportion.

      Reply
  5. Martin Hedington November 18, 2013 at 12:20 am

    Given that its now reported his bedroom apparently “looks like an ICU ward”….Viz:

    http://mg.co.za/article/2013-11-17-nelson-mandelas-bedroom-like-an-icu-ward

    I’d humbly submit that the theory of someone -or some select group- keeping him ‘alive’ (whatever that may mean) until it is no longer ‘necessary’, seems to fit the bill Mr Noble.

    In Common Cause,

    Martin Hedington,
    Gauteng,
    South Africa.

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  6. Abu November 17, 2013 at 10:33 am

    Winnie Madikizela-Mandela said the 95-year-old leader was, however, not on life support but he was no longer talking ”because of all the tubes that are in his mouth to clear (fluid from) the lungs”.

    Read more at: http://www.firstpost.com/world/mandela-not-on-life-support-but-still-very-unwell-former-wife-winnie-1234933.html?utm_source=ref_article

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  7. coetzeegisela November 17, 2013 at 7:11 am

    How now long the obvious silence.

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    • Leon November 17, 2013 at 10:16 am

      The obvious silence was since 3 September 2013, just after he was sent home — probably to allow him to RIP at home.

      Reply
    • Abu November 17, 2013 at 10:30 am

      Breaking News. http://www.firstpost.com/world/mandela-not-on-life-support-but-still-very-unwell-former-wife-winnie-1234933.html

      How do you like them apples Mr Noble?

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      • Graham Noble November 17, 2013 at 10:44 am

        This article proves what? Winnie Mandela was, and is, a truly evil human being – partly the reason she is Nelson Mandela’s FORMER wife. Now, you provide a link to an article that presents not one shred of proof that what she has said is true and, yet, you hold this up a proof that we are wrong?

        Truly laughable.

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        • Abu November 17, 2013 at 11:00 am

          Well then how can you claim in your Headline that you search for the truth when you have already decided what the truth should be? You have already made up your mind and to hell with the truth.

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          • Graham Noble November 17, 2013 at 11:28 am

            Abu,

            Here is the most reasonable way in which I can answer your question – although I doubt that reason is something with which you are concerned, since you have obviously already made up your mind that we are wrong:

            We have constantly sought proof that Mandela is still alive, or proof that he is dead. Everything we have uncovered tells us the latter.

            Since we are one of the only media outlets in the world continuing to report that he is dead, it is vital to us that we continue to monitor reports about him and ensure that, if any evidence were presented that he is still alive, we are aware of it. As I stated in this article, our integrity is more important to us than suffering the embarrassment of admitting we were wrong. Given absolute, undeniable PROOF that he is still alive, we would have to quickly publish an article painfully detailing our own contrition.

            That, however, is a situation that will not arise: We can continue our search for the ‘truth’, but there is not a medical professional on Earth who will tell you that it’s possible for a 95-year-old man who has been declared to be in a permanent vegetative state (and there is no denying this – the court documents prove he was described as such) can – several months later – recover.

            The only way it is possible for one to say that Mandela is still ‘alive’ is if you define ‘life’ as having four life-support machines performing the functions of a body that is no longer capable of performing them unassisted. Medical professionals will tell you that a person can be kept ‘alive’ in this condition for years. Ask them, however, if that person is actually alive and has any chance of recovery and – I assure you – they will tell you “no.”

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          • H November 17, 2013 at 9:24 pm

            Abu, you are obviously blinded by your own wishful thinking that he is still alive. Come election time and the ANC is loosing, they will pronounce Mandela’s death to delay the obvious outcome and unfortunately the bloodbath that Julius Malema and his EFF party has promised. So, only time will tell.

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      • Dan Slabbert December 21, 2013 at 2:25 am

        Abu, the reporting has always been factual to the extent that the facts were available. Have u not been paying attention? It is indeed pitiful that you are either so mentally challenged or brainwashed to clutch at the crap that is the official line, be it from Winnie, Zuma or that hollow vessel of his former self, Mac Maharaj
        Dan Slabbert, Durban, SA

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  8. gift November 15, 2013 at 4:13 am

    they Should grant access to few media heads ,,,,

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  9. Louise November 15, 2013 at 1:06 am

    I also think the announcement of Mandela’s ‘death’ is being postponed until after the elections. The reason is clear. The ANC supporters think they vote for Mandela. If he is not here, why would they vote? The government is really pulling the wool over our eyes and it’s followers are falling for it. Wake up South Africa! Not everybody in this country is STUPID! How sad that the ANC have to rely on a ‘dead’ person to claim victory next year. SHAME on you!!!!!!

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  10. Andrew Du Plessis November 14, 2013 at 1:07 pm

    rest in peace Madiba

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  11. Sam van den Berg November 13, 2013 at 10:20 pm

    Mandela is in a deep vegetative state and being hidden at home hooked up to life-support equipment and a team of medical staff attending to him — compare the case of Arial Sharon (see Wikipedia article). He could ‘live’ on in this state for ten years. There is a widespread superstition among all races that his actual death will remove some kind of invisible protection and bring down disaster on everyone. The ANC’s reasons for hiding the truth is are as simple is this.

    The South African media — probably out of the media bosses’ concern for the financial cost of revealing the truth — are now part and parcel of this conspiracy of silence.

    The biggest gift that the international media can give South Africans is to penetrate the veil of silence and tell the truth in big black capital letters.

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  12. Tom Crafford November 13, 2013 at 12:23 pm

    Madiba is the trademark of the ANC. They dragged this poor ill icon to all the rallies during the last elections and now will not even allow him to RIP. I concur with all the reporting which is that he is on life supporting equipment or definitely dead.

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  13. Jaco November 13, 2013 at 6:02 am

    Reason Mandela’s death has not been announced and will not be announced until April 2014 (After the 2014 general elections) :

    The ANC is aiming for a 66% to 70% majority vote in next year’s elections. If they manage to get the majority vote of 67% and above, they can alter / amend the South African constitution any way they like i.e. Nationalization of the mines, protection of information, land reform without compensation, etc, etc.

    Now you ask why delay the announcement…
    More than 60% of the ANC’s supporters still believe they are voting for Mandela when they make their cross next to the ANC’s emblem. They believe (cause that is what they are being told) that if the DA should win the elections, the “Boer” will rule the country and apartheid will be re-introduced..

    The reality is, the ANC is only using Mandela’s legacy to fool their voters into voting for a corrupt and clearly failing government that has long ago deviated from the ANC that Mandela fought for…
    The only way to get your voters to vote for you is by telling them a blatant lie….

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  14. Anne Campbell November 13, 2013 at 2:07 am

    Ask Carte Blanch to investigate if he is alive or dead, maybe they can find the truth, although I think this is speculation

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    • Jaco November 13, 2013 at 5:59 am

      Reason Mandela’s death has not been announced and will not be announced until April 2014 (After the 2014 general elections) :

      The ANC is aiming for a 66% to 70% majority vote in next year’s elections. If they manage to get the majority vote of 67% and above, they can alter / amend the South African constitution any way they like i.e. Nationalization of the mines, protection of information, land reform without compensation, etc, etc.

      Now you ask why delay the announcement…
      More than 60% of the ANC’s supporters still believe they are voting for Mandela when they make their cross next to the ANC’s emblem. They believe (cause that is what they are being told) that if the DA should win the elections, the “Boer” will rule the country and apartheid will be re-introduced..

      The reality is, the ANC is only using Mandela’s legacy to fool their voters into voting for a corrupt and clearly failing government that has long ago deviated from the ANC that Mandela fought for…
      The only way to get your voters to vote for you is by telling them a blatant lie….

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  15. Marco November 13, 2013 at 12:55 am

    My opinion is that a we could focus on a man’s life rather that his death. We are all so busy in our every day lives and we find ways to keep our minds of our problems with for ex. conspiracy theories or other’s supposedly bigger problems. Every life is special. Madela was a great dude. The day he supposedly died is not of importance. Talk about his legacy, his positive impact he made all over the world, the mouths that are fed every day through his funds.

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  16. Herbert November 12, 2013 at 10:51 am

    Shane Pivacic talking nonsense

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    • shane pivacic November 12, 2013 at 10:53 am

      Drop

      Reply
  17. Leon November 12, 2013 at 1:06 am

    Actually, Karlmann, we must be grateful when Americans, or any foreigners, help us to distinguish right from wrong.

    In the same spirit we South Africans must insist that Americans tell us why they believe their government’s highly improbable conspiracy theory about the terror attacks on 11 September 2001.

    Just as we should be concerned about the truth of the “official” feedback about Mandela’s condition, we should also question the “official” 9/11 story.

    After all, we’re slowly but surely entering Marshall McLuhan’s “Global Village”!

    And villagers share and share alike — also information and theories.

    — Leon
    taalbeeld@yahoo.com

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  18. jenni November 12, 2013 at 12:43 am

    I don’t believe that his death will bring a genocide of white people but it will impact vastly on the country financially and politically. I believe that if alive and capable of speaking out Mandela would greatly disapprove as to the state of our leaders and their behaviour. He stood for liberating our country not financially destroying it the way they are doing now. Our government has let its people down people live in poverty while our leaders are not only living the high life but totally abusing the country financially.

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  19. Leon November 11, 2013 at 11:48 pm

    Racists always utter their nonsense anonymously — because they’re cowards.

    Like “Die WOL” they know pretty well their irrational outbursts wil be overruled by solid facts, and they are too scared to suffer the shame of being revealed as a fool with their real name.

    So they jump from pseudonym to pseudonym.

    There’s no excuse for not knowing the facts — you only have to google!

    Start by googling “whites are less likely to be murdered than any other race in South Africa”.

    Maybe the truth will set you free from your cowardice.

    You’ll also see that the present murder rate of whites in SA is lower than murder rates for whites between 1979 and 1991, thus Die Wol’s good ol’ apartheid years . . .

    Leon van den Berg
    7 Beatty Street
    Randview
    JOHANNESBURG
    2000

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  20. karlmann November 11, 2013 at 11:05 pm

    When will you arrogant and hypocritical Americans finally stop to teach and tell other nations about “right or wrong” and “truth or lies” let alone “good or evil”. What are you
    trying to find, a ” Madibagate” or something like that? Even if there is one it would be ours and not yours.
    The US have done more than enough already for Africa and the Africans but for sure not to its advantage

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  21. Happy South African November 11, 2013 at 8:48 pm

    There is no need for the racism to continue. It’s not all doom and gloom in South Africa. I love it here and I believe that we have a great country. I do not agree with ignorant comments being posted about black people hating white people etc. we no longer live in that South Africa. Move your thoughts to something more positive and you’ll live a much happier life.

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  22. Nkululeko Ngwenya November 11, 2013 at 10:15 am

    Interesting…

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  23. Alida November 11, 2013 at 6:49 am

    Maybe everybody out
    there must get some real truths regarding the plight of all white South Africans and how many of us are being slaughtered on a daily basis, open your eyes and then judge. I attach the following link for your information, it is a never ending slaughter over here….http://censorbugbear-reports.blogspot.com/

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    • Peter Pan November 11, 2013 at 7:14 am

      So true. Whites are slaughtered especially farmers and the murders happen every day, but never reported by the media. Its a disgrace and will only get worse, nobody wants to help. Each country has its own problems and cannot help the few million whites who live in fear. People say leave and go live somewhere else. How can a family who dont have funds move, or the farmer who owns land and works to feed his people go? It might sound easy to say that but in reality its not always possible. Mandela is dead and Zuma wont admit to this or any of the other pressing matters, such as the money given to his son or spent on his home. Only after the election and securing his position for another five years, will the truth be told. Thanks for the link, its so true.

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  24. Noel November 10, 2013 at 10:32 pm

    I think the people commenting above should gets some facts straight
    Black people (as you all refer to) are not all barbarians and certainly don’t go around
    targeting the Whites in South Africa – Yes there is crime in SA but colour and gender
    don’t make a difference when it comes to rape murder etc.
    You need to live here to see what is going down

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    • Die WOL November 11, 2013 at 9:40 pm

      I do live here!!! You certainly dont read about whites killing blacks ON A DAILY BASIS!!! Wake up fool!!!!!!!

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  25. Dunno November 10, 2013 at 10:50 am

    What is the Guardian Express? Certainly not a well known entity outside of the world of the USA. You are so arrogant to think you should be allowed to go and check if Mandela is still alive. Get a live. What does it matter if the man is dead or alive. To suggest that Obama should have been allowed to visit a critical ill man is an absolute joke. Get a live, you are an embarresment for your country.

    Yes there is a lot of crime in South African, just as there is in the USA as well. The majority of white and black South Africans get on well. Yes politicians are politicians wether it is a Zuma or Obama and you get dooms dayers in SA, just as you get then in the USA.

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  26. Alida November 10, 2013 at 6:12 am

    Once his death is announced there is war in South Africa.The black people is waiting for the truth,then they will kill all the white people.

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    • Kate November 11, 2013 at 4:19 am

      That’s what everyone thought when Mandela was realeased from prison. All the white people gathering food and going into hiding. Do you live in South Africa? Maybe if you do then you should get out now!

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    • Sam van den Berg November 18, 2013 at 1:09 am

      Alida, you are too alarmist — this is what many whites said in 1994 before the first elections … and nothing happened. Absolutely nothing — except that on the day of the election not a single crime was reported anywhere in the country. Black South Africans have never turned on Whites — when there was violence, as in the run-up to 1994, it was exclusively Black-on-Black — and mostly Zulu on Zulu, I regret to say.

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  27. Sonny Brilliant November 10, 2013 at 1:15 am

    You make a very compelling argument which one who is in pursuit of the truth cannot ignore. After reading your article – I just realized that as South African I know nothing beyond what you have stated above, I am in the dark also about this issue. However it would not be the first time for a government to cover up something this big, The US government does it everyday. When those tasked with the cover up are ready – they will release the news to the rest of the world. Unlike most cover ups, this story will not go longer than 12 months from now… we have a better chance of finding out soon about Madiba than we do of Area 51…

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  28. shane pivacic November 9, 2013 at 9:24 pm

    The whites are already being systematically wiped out, either by leaving the country or by murder. The murders are not simple kill by shooting, they invade your home while you sleep, cut the husbands throat, rape the wife (often more than once) in front of your children then cut the childrens throat or in many cases rape and then drown your children in a bath of boiling hot water etc… This is never reported on main stream broadcasts, but rather through family and friends on social networks. The black Africans hate all whites not just SA whites and will never stop until this is a failed state as examples in the rest of Africa has proven.

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  29. Logic November 9, 2013 at 7:39 pm

    Once his \death is announced, the white mayhem will initiate.

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    • henk November 23, 2013 at 2:29 am

      Logic, please spell out exactly what is in store for that day. Try to make sense though.

      Reply

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