There was NO country with the name of South Africa in 1800-1910. It was mostly British colonies - they came to different areas and make war against the different peoples of southern Africa. Also the two independent Boer republics. Daar was nie 'n land met die naam van Suid-Afrika in 1800-1910 nie, dit was grotendeels… Continue reading Traditional land and leaders – landclaims
The oldest section of the buildings of Parliament, which today houses the National Council of Provinces, was completed in 1885. The original design was by Charles FREEMAN. Various financial and building problems were experienced and the project was re-allocated to the Scottish architect Henry GREAVES, who had just joined the DEPARTMENT OF THE PUBLIC WORKS.… Continue reading Cape Colony – Parliament
Is dit normaal of is daar meer hieragter saam al die korrupsie - finansies wat nooit teruggevind word nie. Die ANC se president meen daar is teveel "paddas" in sy koor rondom sy potjie, hulle gaan waarskynlik nou almal 'n goue handdruk ontvang en diep in die pensioenfonds indelf? Dis ook by hul… Continue reading Ramaphosa (Paddakoor)
REMEMBER: NO FARMER - NO FOOD Land expropriation is still a highly contested issue in South Africa, and it confuses a lot of people. The results are clear, young farmers are leaving the country in high numbers, heading to countries like Canada, America, Australia and other countries. At the end of the… Continue reading SA Farmers on their way out?
It was recently declared that the South African traditional leaders cost the taxpayer over R250 million a year. but it is much more than that. Traditionally, the zulu or xhosa leaders (queen/king) are only rulers of their own people and tribes, not the traditional leaders of the Khoisan, Indian or Afrikaner/Boer people. Khoisan and Griqwa… Continue reading Traditional leaders South Africa: 8840