The DA and ActionSA support racism

The DA and ActionSA support racism

The opposition to the transformation of the Dis-Chem pharmacy group by the racist DA and its deputy version ActionSA shows that they are anti black. Dis-Chem has correctly placed a moratorium on employing whites to correct the race profile of its managment leadership. Both the DA and ActionSA are opposed to this progressive move preferring the racist representation currently obtaining. The objections of these parties to transformation reveals their anti black agenda.

Black First Land First (BLF) supports the transformation attempts by Dis-Chem, these are long overdue. All companies operating in South Africa must reflect the race composition of the country where the black majority must be realised. It’s shocking that political parties act as blockers of transformation. Black people who vote for these parties vote against their self interest and for the maintenance of the apartheid status quo.

Issued by Black First Land First, National Coordinating Committee (NCC)
18 October 2022

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Gandhi Baai
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(Head of Communications)
Cell: +27 63 548 2425

Stop the persecution of Advocate Mkhwebane

Stop the persecution of Advocate Mkhwebane

The name of Black First Land First (BLF) has been mobilsed in the kangaroo court going on in parliament against the Public Protector, Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane. The Section 194 Enquiry is calculated to muzzle the investigation on the corruption and unlawfull conduct of President Ramaphosa on the Phala Phala scandal. Furthermore, the Public Protector is being crucified for finding that ABSA must pay back the money stolen from the people of South Africa. Also her recommendation for the transformation of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) into an institution that serves the people, frightened and enraged the Stellenbosch mafia which controls the South African economy and policies around the management of it.

It is instructive that the courts which ruled against her ABSA findings, didn’t get into the merits of her findings; and based their decision on the technicalities of ABSA not being consulted but the State President and BLF (the complainant) being consulted instead,

It’s not a secret that under Advocate Thuli Madonsela the Office of the Public Protector was a bulldog of white monopoly capital, the primary enemy of BLF. It’s further no secret that Johann Rupert thanked Adv Madonsela with a professorship and a cushy job at his University of Stellenbosch.

Parliament must stop the witch-hunt through its bogus hearings.The courts have ruled for the return of the Public Protector to her job. She must be allowed to go back and conclude her work and her tenure.

BLF takes strong exception at its name being dragged like this without being called to provide its own version on the matter.

Issued by Black First Land First, National Coordinating Committee (NCC)
27 September 2022

Contact Details
Black First Land First Mail:
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Gandhi Baai
(Secretary General)
Cell: +27 73 565 8420
Mail: [email protected]

For media enquiries contact:
Kabelo Seagiso
(Head of Communications)
Cell: +27 63 548 2425

Failure to unite is to betray Biko

Failure to unite is to betray Biko

Steve Biko died literally in his quest for the unity of the liberation movement.

The apartheid government feared nothing more than the power that could come with black unity. Biko was in talks with the exiled ANC. This has been confirmed by Thabo Mbeki who was a close advisor of O.R. Tambo. Reverend Mayson had a small aeroplane in which Biko was to be flown to Botswana and back under the radar.

As part of this quest for unity Biko risked all and defied the apartheid banning order and drove all the way to Cape Town to meet with the leader of the New Unity Movement, Neville Alexander.

It is possible that the apartheid spy Craig Williamson was privy to these moves through his closeness to O.R. Tambo. The apartheid government panicked and murdered Biko.

We the followers of Biko are betraying his mission by failing to unite. The country is going back to whites in 2024. Unity is a matter of survival not a luxury anymore, and we are running out of time.

Let’s honor Biko by doing the right thing. Let’s form the Azanian Front!

Issued by Black First Land First, National Coordinating Committee (NCC)
13 September 2022

Contact Details
Black First Land First Mail:
[email protected]

Gandhi Baai
(Secretary General)
Cell: +27 73 565 8420
Mail: [email protected]

For media enquiries contact:
Kabelo Seagiso

(Head of Communications)
Cell: +27 63 548 2425

The death of Elizabeth must bring justice to the colonised

The death of Elizabeth must bring justice to the colonised

The death of the British Queen must usher in a new era where justice is brought to the colonised people. It’s the British crown that has created hell on earth for black people through its brutal murderous project of colonialism. As late as the 1950s the British troops were en masse killing Africans who fought for land. The genocide of the Kenyan people and mass murder of the Mau Mau freedom fighters bears testimony to this.. They were tortured, castrated and murdered because they wanted freedom from the British crown.

South Africa continues to suffer from the effects of British colonialism. The crown of the Queen is decorated with diamonds stolen from South Africa. The vaults of the Bank of England are filled to the brim with gold stolen from our country.

Under Thabo Mbeki we saw massive transference of South African wealth to the London Stock Exchange. The colonial project has been kept alive under the reign of the Queen.

Now we call on the British people to do the right thing and return the stolen wealth and pay reparations for colonialism.

Issued by Black First Land First, National Coordinating Committee (NCC)
09 September 2022

Contact Details
Black First Land First Mail:
[email protected]

Gandhi Baai
(Secretary General)
Cell: +27 73 565 8420
Mail: [email protected]

For media enquiries contact:
Kabelo Seagiso
(Head of Communications)
Cell: +27 63 548 2425