Aubrey Manaka – killer – Ramabulana

Aubrey Manaka has been charged with rape, murder, and robbery with aggravating circumstances. Manaka has abandoned bail and will appear in court again on 30 January 2020. The accused was arrested early on Thursday 28 November 2019, at his parent’s home in Nyakelang in Botlokwa (Limpopo).  (Possibly more than one suspect) * It was revealed… Continue reading Aubrey Manaka – killer – Ramabulana

Prisoners and their human rights

  Cyril Ramaphosa has indicated that he would like some prisoners to face "hard labour" in jail.  AGREE WITH THAT.    The DA is against such suggestion.   Agree with hard labour for all criminals, especially killers, attackers and rapers - they do not belong in any community - they must not have any human rights,… Continue reading Prisoners and their human rights

Cash in transits – South Africa

  This is not just a plain robbery but sabotage and terrorism!   And is this inside jobs that some people know more about the "cash in transits". Daar is deesdae heelwat sulke rooftogte - soos asof iemand inligting deurgee waar baie geld (miljoene) van een punt na 'n ander punt plaasvind.    Wie weet andersinds… Continue reading Cash in transits – South Africa

Radical economic transformation in South Africa – crime out of hand

  The daily lifes of our citizens, in town, on the roads, in banks - all over on social media.   Hier is net een dag, 'n paar wat gewys is op sosiale media. 28 November 2019 -  CIT robbery on the N1, Hammanskraal. Money truck was bombed open. Several people have been injured.    Isec… Continue reading Radical economic transformation in South Africa – crime out of hand

B-BBEE – workers must get their 51% – Ramaphosa

  Was dit nou 'n blanke was die plaas lankal beset of selfs aan die brand gesteek.  Dis net regverdig dat die wat vir jare op die plek bly daar geakkommodeer word en die helfte van alle bates van Ramaphosa moet herverdeel word, sonder vergoeding aan die werkers.   Dieselfde wat Ramaphosa en sy kabinet/lede van… Continue reading B-BBEE – workers must get their 51% – Ramaphosa

ELITE Public servants – October 2019

  The average government employee earns far more than the average worker outside of government – with salary increases above inflation, along with all the additional perks that come with working for the state.   The government’s wage bill accounts for the largest portion of the national budget at 34%. This means for every R1,000 government… Continue reading ELITE Public servants – October 2019