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Land – a tale of summits, bloodshed threats, political games and a denied Khoisan identity!

Clyde Ramalaine  JOHANNESBURG- In a month and week that South Africa commemorated Freedom Day, several summits on the land question were staged. These gatherings organized by civil society formations were aimed to bring diverse groups of people together from different sides of the many divides on the touchy and very emotive subject of land. South […]

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Hooligans, politicians and media folk who eternally shamed our democracy

TAKING OUR CONSTITUTION SERIOUSLY  By Paul Ngobeni No doubt the Bokone Bophirima Province is being subjected to well-orchestrated propaganda onslaught accompanied by calamitous riots and acts of hooliganism which threaten to erode the gains our country has steadily made.   In the name of anti-Mahumapelo agenda some journalists and alleged ANC dissidents have even attempted […]

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Mufamadi and Lamche leave us with more questions than answers

The mother of the Nation, Winnie Nomzamo Madikizela-Mandela was laid to rest this past Saturday after an official period of mourning. Hardly 48 hours later former Police Minister Sydney Mufamadi held a press conference at the St. Georges Cathedral in Cape Town. Mufamadi’s press conference emanates from him being named in the now famous ‘WINNIE ‘documentary. Mufamadi according to […]

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Winnie in death reveals the discomforting truth of ANC complicity, can it survive this truth come 2019!

Clyde Ramalaine JOHANNESBURG – The death and memorial services of the Mother of the Nation has revealed much. As is with many funerals of mothers, things are unveiled and revealed that were for some unknown, kept secret, hidden and under wraps. On another level, times of mourning forces friends and foes to engage one another because […]

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Eskom’s engineered privatisation at the hand of forced Renewable Energy IPPS!

Phapano Pasha Where are the black intellectuals and black businesspeople when White minority and foreign capital including the politically connected within the ANC  are about to benefit from another self-invented social grant scheme worth over R1.4 trillion in the form of IPPs that will see dividends flowing out of this country for the next 15 […]

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Will Trump survive his first term?

Clyde Ramalaine If Napoleon Bonaparte taught us anything it was, fighting more than one war at a time, is simply not wise. Donald Trump America’s 45th president now famous for launching his second term campaign hardly 30 days into the office, is facing a proverbial war understood in a barrage of essentially self-inflicted hurricanes.  This […]