Genocide of the Boer in South Africa

“Nothing reaches far and wide like murmurings of Genocide. Yet nothing else sounds more bizarre when hearing it from lands afar. Ignorance is bliss they say so I am wiping it away. You cannot claim…





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South Africa: Staking a claim

Andrew England Zuma’s proposed land reforms are criticised for being more about populism than equality On the surface, Alfred Mahlangu and his brothers look like a success story of post-apartheid South Africa. One year after…




ANC pushes through another expropriation Bill

Amendments to the 2002 Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act will secure the state a free 20% stake in all new energy ventures and also entitle the state to potentially take over new oil and…



I had a farm in Africa

South Africa takes a populist turn on land reform Feb 28th 2015 | CAPE TOWN | CHURCHILLIAN is seldom an adjective used to describe Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s president, whose ponderous parliamentary speeches are so…