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Julius Malema Committed to Diverse Transformation

Julius Malema Committed to Diverse Transformation

Julius Malema, the leader of the Economic Freedom Front (EFF) party, is committed to implementing some diverse transformation within South Africa should he win the 2014 election. This week the dynamic leader said his policy is not aggressive toward cannabis and would consider legalizing. Malema was interacting on a social network and responded to various questions […]

South Africa 2014 Elections Focus on the ANC Loss of Power

South Africa 2014 Elections Focus on the ANC Loss of Power

The May 2014 elections in South Africa could result in the African National Party (ANC) recording a loss of power. The ANC has always retained a strong sixty percent vote since 1994 and at times higher in all previous elections. The final result for 2009 showed a decrease in popularity with the ANC losing more […]

South Africa 2014 Elections Focus on IEC Chairperson Pansy Tlakula

South Africa 2014 Elections Focus on IEC Chairperson Pansy Tlakula

The South African elections will be held in May 2014, and the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) chairperson,Pansy Tlakula, is ordered to resign. The United Democratic Leader, Bantu Holomisa, said his party together with other participating opposition parties filed an urgent application in the Electoral Court for the removal of Pansy Tlakula. The Opposition […]

South Africa 2014 Elections Focus on How the ANC Became So Powerful

South Africa 2014 Elections Focus on How the ANC Became So Powerful

The May 2014 elections to be held in South Africa will mark the powerful rule of the African National Congress (ANC) party for the last 20 years. The ANC became so powerful after a series of secretive meetings between the leaders of their organization and the dominant members of the secret society, the Broederbond of […]

South Africa 2014 Elections Focus on 20 Years After Apartheid

South Africa 2014 Elections Focus on 20 Years After Apartheid

On April 27, 1994, South Africa held its first democratic election after four decades of rule under an apartheid government. Apartheid was introduced into South African law after the second World War in 1948, causing a general segregation of different cultural and ethnic groups. Apartheid favored the white people of South Africa, especially the Afrikaans-speaking population. […]

South Africa White Genocide Escalates: International Groups Seek Solution

South Africa White Genocide Escalates: International Groups Seek Solution

The daily escalation of murders in and around South Africa has drawn recognition from International groups seeking a solution for this crisis. The term genocide is the deliberate killing of large groups of people of a particular race or ethnic group. The country’s whites are the victims of racial killings spiraling out of control. The pointless […]

Julius Malema’s EFF Party in a Scuffle With ANC

Julius Malema’s EFF Party in a Scuffle With ANC

The gathering of a second Election debate hosted at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg became the scene of a brawl among the youths of Julius Malema’s Economic Freedom Front (EFF) party and the African National Congress (ANC) party. The venue at the University seats about 1,000 people and the place was packed to full […]

South Africa Sport Talent Versus Race Integration

South Africa Sport Talent Versus Race Integration

Race integration of black sports players must achieve a quota of sixty percent irrespective of talent according to the South Africa Minister of Sport. This statement was said by Fikile Mbalulu, the South African Sports minister, during a meeting with top sporting representatives regarding the level of integration of blacks into all factors of sport in the […]

South Africa Bloemhof Protesters Attack Police

South Africa Bloemhof Protesters Attack Police

Boitumelong Township in the Bloemhof area of South Africa was the main point of protests this week as residents went on a rampage and attacked the police. Residents took to the streets and caused riots and protests over the lack of service delivering, nepotism against the mayor of that town, and corruption within the Municipality […]

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