Salaries 2020 of Traditional leaders – South Africa

  Ons as Blanke minderheidsvolk,  Boere en Afrikanervolk moet onsself elkeen afvra, hoeveel verloor ons as belastingbetalers in Suid-Afrika nie .  Hoeveel van ons blankes is al landuit of vermoor?  Ons maak 'n groot komponent uit van belastings, maar al ons menseregte word daagliks geskend.  Nie net is dit swart bemagtiging nie, maar ons het… Continue reading Salaries 2020 of Traditional leaders – South Africa

Traditional houses – South Africa

  Traditional affairs (2018-2019)   - It was stated in parliament that this is only for the KhoiSan and different ethnic black groups of people in South Africa,  but how is it working?   No idea who gave South African parliament or ministers the "mandate" if there are different ethnic traditional leaders, perhaps the different Houses of… Continue reading Traditional houses – South Africa

Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership Bill

Recognition must be given to ALL people like the Khoi San,  their different subgroups, if they want to rule themselves.  In terms of international law, it is still their choices, as well as to the Afrikaners and Boers to rule themselves, independently.    Currently, all the others are discriminating against all white people of South… Continue reading Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership Bill

Wyle Dr H F Verwoerd – 6 September 2019

Kgosi Lucas Manyane Mangope, one of the previous Homeland leaders had ruled a showpiece state, Bophuthatswana.  Bophuthatswana was one of the 10 homelands and independence (TBVC) was part of their future with Hendrik Verwoerd’s twinkling words, “a policy of good neighbourliness” (various speeches).    Mangope was one of the tradisional Homeland leaders, elected by all his… Continue reading Wyle Dr H F Verwoerd – 6 September 2019

South Africa – 1990 – Rina Venter

Today we have millions and millions of immigrants, from all over the world, demanding free services, free hospitals, free education in schools and universities, free RDP houses and grants.   The list is endless.   A deputy minister of Police declared recently that some areas have 70-80% immigrants around us.   That happened only in 25 years.   And… Continue reading South Africa – 1990 – Rina Venter

SA Parliament – land without compensation – traditional leaders

A Hansard of December 2018 stated there are more than 8840 traditional leaders (different black and coloureds)   in the whole of South Africa.   They all receive salaries.     It is even legally in their constitution (anc manifesto).   And most of us thought that segregation is over for those different ethnic groups.    Did mandela… Continue reading SA Parliament – land without compensation – traditional leaders

Proposed Traditional Khoisan Leadership Bill (TKLB)

  The Khoisan leaders have rejected the proposed Traditional and Khoisan Leadership Bill (TKLB) once more.   This follows a protest by the Alliance for Rural Democracy (ARD) a few weeks ago.   The protesters called on President Cyril Ramaphosa not to sign the Traditional and Khoisan Leadership and Traditional Courts bills calling them “Bantustan bills”.     We all… Continue reading Proposed Traditional Khoisan Leadership Bill (TKLB)

Ramaphosa’s new cabinet, mp’s and perks and traditional leaders

Die lede van parlement is nie al uitgawe wat uit die staatskas kom nie -  daar is baie meer wat nie saamgevoeg word nie.   Alles onder die "grondwet" en "wettig".       We as a small white community, included Afrikaners and Boers are not part of them.   Were not part of them.  Ramaphosa always speak… Continue reading Ramaphosa’s new cabinet, mp’s and perks and traditional leaders

Ramaphosa (Paddakoor)

  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)

SA Farmers on their way out?

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?