Shepstone and ABW

Sir Theophilus Shepstone was a British statesman who was responsible for the annexation of the Transvaal to Britain in 1877.   Theophilus Shepstone was born at Westbury-on-Trym near Bristol, England. When he was three years old his father, the Rev. William Theophilus, emigrated to Cape Colony. Young Shepstone was educated at the native mission stations at… Continue reading Shepstone and ABW

African lakes and fishes – Cichlid fishes-Tropiese visse

  In 1890, at the height of the European scramble for colonies in Africa, Britain and Germany divided Lake Victoria at 1° south latitude, with the southern portion allotted to Germany, the northern portion to Britain.  Lake Victoria - Victoria Nyanza, is the largest lake in Africa and the second largest body of fresh water… Continue reading African lakes and fishes – Cichlid fishes-Tropiese visse

Blankes – SA – Whites

The chairperson of the DA Federal Council,  Helen Zille has spoken again out on '“wokeness” in SA, claiming it is trying to banish "whiteness".    During a recent interview on Brain in a Vat, Zille said she believed the ideology was not a source of positive change in society.   A little bit late for the DA… Continue reading Blankes – SA – Whites

Dr Hendrik Verwoerd (1901-1966)

Before 1970.   Dr Verwoerd wanted justice to all - black, coloureds, asian and white, all ethnic groups of people to build their own future, life, culture, language, traditions, and all new challenges thereafter.   In line with international laws.    Here are the few videos of Dr Hendrik Verwoerd.   There are still segregation in South Africa… Continue reading Dr Hendrik Verwoerd (1901-1966)

Shepstone – Natal, roots of segregation

All our ancestors lived under the British empire and their colonial control - various African countries as well as Canada and Australia.    It was first in the Cape colony followed by the Anglo Boer wars and annexations.  Mostly they were only focused on the minerals in certain areas like Witwatersrand and Kimberley.    In… Continue reading Shepstone – Natal, roots of segregation

Segregasie – “Apartheid”

Daar was nog altyd segregasie ("apartheid") in Afrika - dis nie nuut in Afrika lande nie en nog minder op ander kontinente.   Dr Verwoerd het die konsep net meer verfyn, maar dit stem 100% ooreen met internasionale reg en dat volke hulself regeer in hul eie gebiede.   Verwoerd het reservate ge-erf - dit was reeds… Continue reading Segregasie – “Apartheid”

Bophuthatswana Homeland (SA)

Daar is heelwat inligting oor Tuislande en Trustgebiede oor die besonderse en verskillende area in ons land, wat bygevoeg sal word.   Die kommuniste en liberales wil natuurlik al hierdie geskiedenis totaal en al ontken en dooddruk.  Daarom verander hulle name soos byvoorbeeld Anglo Boere Oorlog na Suid-Afrikaanse oorloë, terwyl daar geen Suid-Afrika was wat 'n… Continue reading Bophuthatswana Homeland (SA)