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Wife tied up next to dead husband in South Africa

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Daphne Boshoff from Kameeldrift, north of Pretoria, mourns the loss of her husband Renier who was murdered in their home. A woman from crime-ridden Kameeldrift, north of Pretoria, lay bound next to her murdered husband for about four hours on Tuesday before managing to free herself. Three armed robbers broke into the house at about 02:00 on Tuesday and killed Renier Boshoff, 67, with a shot to the... 

EU ‘Job Centre’ Opened in Africa, while unemployment in Europe rises

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The second EU job centre in Africa has been opened in the West African state of Cape Verde. The ‘job centres’ are part of an EU plan to facilitate the swamping of Europe by more than 50 million Africans by the year 2050. Despite rising unemployment in most European nations, the criminals running the EU have decided that the continent needs at least another 50 million Africans for “work.” The... 

South Africa: Tensions reaching worrying levels

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Cape Town – Almost half of South Africans are less confident about peaceful co-existence with people of other race or ethnic groups than they were in 2007, according to survey results released on Thursday. The survey, the SA Reconciliation Barometer, was conducted in April and May on behalf of the Cape Town-based Institute for Justice and Reconciliation. IJR staffer Jan Hofmeyr said it showed... 

White South Africans desperate to leave

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1% of all white people have been murdered in South Africa since the ANC took power. 6,500 people in Johannesburg, almost all of them white, paid about $20 to attend an expo on immigrating to New Zealand. Expos for Australia, England, and Canada will also be held in the near future. Despite the genocide against South African whites, the US government makes it extremely difficult for them to immigrate... 

South African Government importing workers from Tunisia and Cuba

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The government is importing hundreds of Cuban engineers and architects, in addition to doctors from Cuba and Tunisia. One can only despair at the Byzantine machinations of the government. Shortages of skills approach 48% in some departments, leading to a deterioration in essential services to citizens of the country. However, the government is on record as stating that meeting race quotas is... 

Robert Mugabe's militia burn opponent’s wife alive

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The men who pulled up in three white pickup trucks were looking for Patson Chipiro, head of the Zimbabwean opposition party in Mhondoro district. His wife, Dadirai, told them he was in Harare but would be back later in the day, and the men departed. An hour later they were back. They grabbed Mrs Chipiro and chopped off one of her hands and both her feet. Then they threw her into her hut, locked the... 

Disillusioned doctor says “South Africa: Go to hell!”

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I’m a northern European medical doctor. A senior surgeon, working in the public sector of South Africa. I have done so the last 5 years. I do not want to speak outside my discipline, so this will be about the medical demise of SA. Most visitors to South Africa, who encounter the public health sector, do so by visiting a hospital or a clinic in or near the big cities. What they get to see is a hospital... 

‘Penis snatch’ witchcraft panic hits Congo

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Police in Congo have arrested 13 suspected sorcerers accused of using black magic to steal or shrink men’s penises after a wave of panic and attempted lynchings triggered by the alleged witchcraft. Reports of so-called penis snatching are not uncommon in West Africa, where belief in traditional religions and witchcraft remains widespread, and where ritual killings to obtain blood or body parts... 

Chinese Ship with Weapons for Robert Mugabe arrives in South African Port

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The SA Police Explosives Unit confirmed on Wednesday that an uncleared Chinese vessel docked at the outer anchorage of the Port of Durban is carrying arms.Customs revealed that the shipment was destined for Zimbabwe. Inspector Nicholas Gunther of the SA Explosives Unit in Durban told Sapa the vessel – called ‘An Yue Jiang’ – was carrying a shipment of arms. “We went there... 

South African man shot 9 times while protecting his family

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Jannie Fourie in hospital after he was shot nine times in 2008. This is IOL.co.za’s version of what happened: A Woodhill man is in a critical condition in hospital, following a shooting during a house robbery on Tuesday, Pretoria police said. Spokesperson Captain Phillip Lekoantsane said robbers entered a house in Mooikloof Gardens around 2am where a couple was asleep. “The couple heard a noise... 

Mugabe's Militants Invade White Farms in Zimbabwe

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Militants Invade White Farms in Zimbabwe White farmers in Zimbabwe say militants loyal to President Robert Mugabe’s ruling party have forced three cattle ranchers off their land. A fourth is holding out with about 50 militants threatening to break down his farm gates. The land grabs, revealed Sunday, come as Mugabe and his party confront massive elections losses and an expected presidential... 

South Africa: Robbers make son watch rape

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Pretoria – A robber raped a woman in front of her six-year-old son shortly after midnight in her home in Pebble Rock Estate in Leeufontein, northeast of Pretoria. Two other robbers held her bound husband and their five-year-old daughter in the bathroom of the main bedroom. The family, who were making plans to emigrate to Australia, were attacked in their bedroom. Police spokesperson Captain Jan... 

Anatomy of South African decay

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The racial breakdown of the 2007 matriculation results, released by the Department of Education last month, provide an important insight into the cause and extent of the crisis currently facing South Africa. The Department points out these statistics “cannot be regarded as completely reliable” based as they are on self-reporting. There are pupils who refuse to classify themselves... 

South Africa: Eugene Terreblanche announces the relaunch of the AWB

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Eugene Terreblanche, announcing the relaunch of the AWB Some great news, or perhaps not such great news, depending on one’s perspective (and skin colour) is that the AWB yesterday announced its reactivation. The besieged White community is crying out for some firm, no bullshit leadership in this its dark hour. Whether such leadership will come from the likes of Eugene Terreblanche remains to... 

South Africa: Fuel supplies in critical shortage

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South African motorists can expect a recurrence of last year’s fuel shortages if liquid fuels are used by large industry as a short-term solution to the electricity crisis. “Fuel supplies are at a critical level. If the solution is to use liquid fuels then we will not be able to meet demands,” said Peter Morgan, the chief executive officer of the Fuel Retailers’ Association... 
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