The ANC and its Soviet Autocratic Traditions

Dear friends and fellow South Africans, Something strange happened in Parliament this week which underpins and reveals the depth of the rot within our Republic, and how much the ANC does not understand the true value of democracy. Undoubtedly, the Protection of State Information Bill, the so-called “Secrecy Bill”, has been the most controversial piece […]

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The Dignity of the Office of the President

Dear friends and fellow South Africans, In his recently published book “A Nation in Crisis: An Appeal for Morality”, Professor Paulus Zulu laments that whenever we open a newspaper in South Africa we are confronted with another instance of corruption or another gaffe by senior officials. This speaks, he says, of the moral degeneration in […]

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The IFP Goes Into By-elections in Nongoma

Dear friends and fellow South Africans, How do you compete against an opponent who has deep pockets and a shallow conscience? On Wednesday the IFP goes into by-elections in Nongoma, where the heart of the people has always beat to the rhythm of the IFP. We have a relationship of trust in Nongoma, built over […]

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The ANC Must Stop Blaming Apartheid

Dear friends and fellow South Africans, It was a case of déjà vu when former ANC Treasurer General Mr Mathews Phosa said this week that the ANC must stop blaming apartheid and start looking to the high levels of corruption as the reason for their problems. Just six months ago, Minister in the Presidency Mr […]

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The ANC’s Obsession With Total Dominance

Dear friends and fellow South Africans, In revealing its 2014 election strategy to the media this week, the ANC in KwaZulu Natal exposed a little too much of its true character. Amid the standard evasive nonsense and political spin, this is one instance in which voters should really take note of what the ANC is […]

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