BLF Launches #eWalletBLFtoParliament!

BLF Launches #eWalletBLFtoParliament!

Having received close to R200 000 in donations and pledges in the #TakeBLFtoParliament campaign, Black First Land First (BLF) is pleased to launch a simple, and effective way to donate to BLF’s crowdfunding campaign aimed at paying the R600 000 required by the IEC to contest the 2019 National Elections.

BLF has seen its crowdfunding campaign on Back-A-Buddy shutdown by the Oppenheimers, but has innovatively responded using 3 alternative methods besides direct deposit to BLF’s bank account to donate to BLF. The #eWalletBLFtoParliament is the first of these with two more exciting ways coming.

At the tip of your fingertips you can now donate to the #TakeBLFToParliament campaign simply by using the following mobile banking options:

via ABSA Cashsend
via Nedbank Send-iMali
via FNB eWallet and
via Standard Bank Instant Money

For security purposes the BLF mobile number will only be available on #eWalletBLFtoParliament video, BLF poster and via this link :https://bit.ly/2FmjMUx

BLF thanks all who have donated thus far, your commitment to funding the people’s revolution is inspiring and we reaffirm our pledge to never sell out the oppressed.

Don’t forget, once BLF gets into parliament, the IEC will return the deposit and BLF will donate the full amount to social projects, including Sophunga Primary school in Inanda and the building of a house in the Ezimangweni area in Inanda for a homeless grandmother headed household.

We are equally pleased to launch a dedicated page on the blf.org.za site to track the #TakeBLFtoParliament campaign. Simply follow the link, to view reports, comments, and multimedia: https://blf.org.za/donate-to-black-first-land-first-help-fund-the-black-centred-revolution/

ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF THE BLACK FIRST LAND FIRST MOVEMENT (BLF NCC)

13 November 2018

Black First Land First Email:[email protected]

Zanele Lwana
(Deputy President)
Cell: +27799867225

Lindsay Maasdorp
(National Spokesperson)
Cell: +27 79 915 2957

Brian Tloubatla
(Head of Media & Communications)
Cell: +27 82 216 7664

Case between BLF and SAHRC & Strydhom postponed

Today Black First Land First (BLF) appeared before the Equality Court, Johannesburg in the matter relating to the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC), Lucy Strydom and BLF & six others under the case number 11/2018 EC JHB.

The charges relate to BLF slogans like “Land or Death”, “One Settler One Bullet” and others which are in response to the historic and current land dispossession.

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BLF to appear before Equality Court against SAHRC

Tomorrow, Black First Land First (BLF) will appear before the Equality Court, Johannesburg in the matter relating to the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC), Lucy Strydom and BLF & six others under the case number 11/2018 EQ JHB​​​​​​​.

In their bid to ensure the black oppressed do not enjoy representation in the white captured parliament, white monopoly capital has intensified its campaign to stop BLF from contesting the 2019 national elections. The Oppenheimers recently shutdown BLF’s crowdfunding campaign on the Back-A-Buddy platform and more recently ABSA has indicated they will look to steal the money that the poor have donated to #TakeBLFtoParliament.

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ABSA doesn’t want BLF to go to parliament

Black First Land First (BLF) is appalled by attempts by ABSA to stop BLF from going to parliament by stealing the money of the poor. BLF notes with anger that ABSA has instructed its legal team to approach the courts inorder to take the money which the oppressed have donated to the #TakeBLFtoParliament campaign. The success of the #TakeBLFtoParliament campaign has frightened ABSA into trying to stop BLF from going to parliament by any means, including stealing the money of the poor.

Since inception, BLF has exposed ABSA for being a rogue bank which was formed at the latter stages of apartheid on the back of money stolen from the South African Reserve Bank (SARB). Numerous shutdowns of ABSA, including petitioning of the office of the public protector, culminated with a ruling that ABSA must pay back the money.

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