BLF wishes the meeting between President Zuma and Julius goes well, but we don’t trust Julius

BLF wishes the meeting between President Zuma and Julius goes well, but we don’t trust Julius

A day after Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi had called for the arrest of President Zuma for daring the government of Ramaphosa to arrest him, Julius Malema has asked for tea with President Zuma. The call for the arrest of President Zuma made by Dr Ndlozi follows the now well established anti Zuma campaign of Stellenbosch led by Julius Malema which assisted in the toppling of President Zuma from power. Similarly, soon after the testimony of Sydney Mufamadi the organization led by Malema issued a call for the arrest of all named by Mufamadi. So what’s the sudden change of heart?

Black First Land First (BLF) believes in the unity of blacks. But this unity must be principled and for the purpose of black liberation. It can’t be unity of convenience with unrepentant agents of the enemy. Malema is calling for tea which is not preceded by confession and contrition for being an askari for Stellenbosch.

BLF wishes to state it plainly that we don’t trust Julius Malema. In fact we believe he is on the path to sell President Zuma out yet again. We believe that President Zuma is a man of integrity and wishes for genuine unity, but his interlocutor is a salesman out to bargain with Stellenbosch using this new proximity to President Zuma.

We raise alarm at this stage so that no one accuses us of not raising our voices when a new trap was set for President Zuma.

On our part we stand with President Zuma as we have always done and we shall stand with him when he is stabbed in the back again by Mr Malema, the trusted agent of Stellenbosch and London

Issued by Black First Land First, National Coordinating Committee of (BLF NCC)
3 February 2021

Contact Details

Black First Land First Mail: [email protected]
Zanele Lwana
(BLF Deputy President)
Cell: +27 79 986 7225

HAWKS assigns Captain to Ramaphosa CR17 corruption case

HAWKS assigns Captain to Ramaphosa CR17 corruption case

The HAWKS have today informed BLF that the case of corruption opened against President Ramaphosa has been registered and allocated an investigator; furthermore BLF has the name of the Captain assigned to the case. BLF was informed that at this stage of the investigation the case is an inquiry into the allegations which will be investigated and formal charges laid.

BLF has recommended to the police that they provide weekly updates so as to allow BLF to monitor the progress of the investigation. The case opened by BLF against President Ramaphosa is of corruption related to the CR17 donations.

BLF will also forward the investigating Officer further evidence of corruption related to the CR17 donations such as the acquisition of the Phumelela horse racing turf and betting business by the Oppenheimer family which is one of the donors to CR17 campaign.

BLF shall be monitoring this case closely. In the event the NPA doesn’t prosecute President Ramaphosa then BLF will undertake a private prosecution route.

The only way to end corruption is by starting from the top.

Issued by Black First Land First
National Coordinating Committee (BLF NCC)
2 September 2020

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Black First Land First
[email protected]
Zanele Lwana (BLF Deputy President)
Cell: +27 79 986 7225

BLF condemns Ramaphosa police for violence against Artists

BLF condemns Ramaphosa police for violence against Artists

BLF condemns in the strongest possible terms the police brutality against peaceful protestors in KZN. Artists have been starved by Ramaphosa as he has awarded all the covid19 relief funds to his White Monopoly Capital friends. What must the artists eat?

Community leaders in black communities across SA have highlighted the increasing heavy-handed approach adopted by police under the Ramaphosa administration towards black protesters. BLF notes that while Ramaphosa has allowed white farmers to close national roads without shooting them with rubber bullets, protesting black artists are attacked by the police just like the Marikana workers.

BLF stands with the artists. We ask where is the R500 billion?

Issued by Black First Land First
National Coordinating Committee (BLF NCC)
2 September 2020

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Black First Land First
[email protected]
Zanele Lwana (BLF Deputy President)
Cell: +27 79 986 7225

BLF meets Black Hammer

BLF meets Black Hammer

Black First Land First (BLF) is delighted to announce a wide ranging public engagement between the President of BLF Andile Mngxitama and Gazi Kodzo the Commander In Chief of the USA based  Black Hammer Organization (BHO).

The two leaders will discuss the state of global black resistance in light of the number of challenges facing the colonised people of the world. The discussion will also zero-in into the Black Lives Matter moment amongst other important themes.

This is a start of cross-Atlantic Black Power solidarity engagements. The struggle of black people the world over is one because we are facing the same brutal white enemy.

The conversation between CIC Gazi Kodzo and  President Andile Mngxitama shall be streamed live on various platforms on the 6th of September at 20:00.

Black Power!

Issued by Black First Land First, National Coordinating Committee of (BLF NCC)

27 August 2020

Contact Details

Black First Land First Mail: [email protected]

Zanele Lwana
(BLF Deputy President)
Cell: +27 79 986 7225