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- A Stuijt
- Retired South African medical journalist, ex-Sunday Times of Johannesburg.
Afrikaner whites have become strangers and outcasts in their own land: denied any rights to food-aid, denied government benefits, and especially denied access to the job market. Just as the nazis did to the Jews, the ANC regime also created genocidal laws denying whites all the means of survival in South Africa, the land of their birth. Many tens of thousands of skilled but legally-unemployable teachers, medical workers, municipal workers, electronic-engineers, mining engineers, IT-specialists and office workers are not allowed to work n South Africa at all: only because of their paler complexion: they are barred by LAW from the labour market because of the ethnic group they belong to, and because of the language they speak. This picture and many others were taken on August 24 2011 on the streets of Pretoria by military-analyst Pieter Oosthuizen, author of the book about the Afrikaner Genocide - he has been keeping a detailed record of the ongoing genocide of his people. view
http://www.neo-genocide.com/anc/streets-of-famine-the-genocide-of-afrikaners and http://www.farmitracker.com/
Dutch-English documentary about the grinding poverty of white Afrikaners in South Africa by Dutch documentary-maker Saskia Vredeveld: (on Annie Kalahari facebook)
- Nederlandse documentaire over arme blanken in Zuid-Afrika door Saskia Vredeveld : https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=136756023004912&set=a.117964074884107.20843.116752351671946&type=1&theater
Solidarity trade union has a long register of names of top-skilled, experienced people who are available for work – but refused jobs in the country of their birth because they are white: Are you looking for a reliable, well-trained, hard-working employee (anywhere in the world)? Contact Solidarity at: http://www.solidaritysa.co.za/Home/home.phpSKILLED YOUNG WHITE SOUTH AFRICANS – FIGHTING AGAINST FAMINE ON THE STREETS OF PRETORIA:
There also are many job-seekers at http://www.boerentrepreneur.com
Sleeping inside a plastic bag: one of the security measures whites in South Africa need to take if they want to survive each night.
Pictures by PIETER OOSTHUIZEN, http://www.neo-genocide.com/anc/streets-of-famine-the-genocide-of-afrikaners
sources: Genocide Watch: updated Genocide Alert warning for whites in South Africa to level 6 - the penultimate stage of all-out genocide - on Aug 20 2011: http://www.genocidewatch.org
Youth league-members put ANC-headquarters under violent siege but Pres Jacob Zuma left on a foreign trip; thousands of unemployable, homeless, highly-skilled Boers are slowly starving; chromium-miners are striking; R1.4-billion paid to unemployed workers from April to June; school holidays get even longer; Pretoria High Court stenographers want to strike; Eskom workers want to strike; platinum miners can only be employed from Bapong tribe;
2011-08-30 Johannesburg – Picture by The Star, Johannesburg: Police fired rubber bullets at aggressive youth league protestors who tried to force their way into the ANC's Luthuli House headquarters on Tuesday where Julius Malema faced a disciplinary hearing. Police sprayed water and teargas at Malema supporters. They were running amok, throwing bottles at police and trying to break through the barriers. In May 2010, Malema was made to apologise publicly following a controversial trip to Zimbabwe where he declared the ANC's support for President Robert Mugabe at a time when Mr Zuma was mediating between the country's coalition members. He was also chastised by the ANC central executive for throwing out a BBC journalist from a press conference and for defying party orders not to sing a racially divisive apartheid-era song, "Shoot the Boer [white farmer]". http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-14709570 clips on http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/video_and_audio/
From yesterday, a heavy police contingent already started cordoninbg off the former Shell company headquarters building where the youth league leader and others faced charges of 'bringing the ruling party into disrepute.' Malema's public behaviour – especially his open criticism of SA president Jacob Zuma - has split the ruling party right down to its usually so well-hidden tribal divisions. Malema is a Pongo from North-Limpopo; Zuma and his supporters are Nguni-tribal members from the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal. Many Malema supporters were reportedly being bused in from North-Limpopo. Tweets from the scene said violent clashes erupted between ANCYL supporters, police and the news media: TV crews and photo-journalists had to run for their lives, with bricks, stones and bottles lobbed at them by screaming Malema-supporters. By 10am many hundreds of people had gathered and busloads more were being driven into the CBD, expected to add to the melee.
R1.4-billion paid to unemployed workers between April and June 2011:
The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) paid out over R1.4 billion to unemployed and retrenched workers between April and June 2011, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant reported in Parliament . http://www.buanews.gov.za/news/11/11082916051001
School holidays get longer and longer...
While inland schools traditionally opened for the new year a week before those in coastal regions, the regime has decided that from 2012, all schools will open a week later: on 18 January 2012. Coastal schools will reopen on 11 January. http://afrikaans.news24.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Desember-skoolvakansie-raak-langer-20110830
Pretoria High court might strike: 42 Stenographers at the Pretoria High Court threaten to bring court-proceedings to a halt over alleged 'unfair treatment by supervisors'. This was confirmed by the National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (Nehawu) on Monday.
The 42 stenographers said they had to vacate their office to make way for a new supervisor. The Justice Department says it is totally unaware of the problems at the law court.
Threats to black out the country after rejection of Eskom state-electricity utility 7% increase offer
Threats of a countrywide electricity network-strike were issued by the ruling ANC-alligned National Union of Metalworkers of SA after they refused to sign a 7% wage increase deal with Eskom. The union wants 13%. NUM threatened afterwards: “if it comes to the push, we will not hesitate to mobilise our members for an industrial action”. The State-utility is also engaged in similar wage-talks with the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM).
http://www.fin24.com/Companies/Industrial/Numsa-rejects-Eskom-wage-offer-20110829 and http://www.businessday.co.za/articles/Content.aspx?id=151947 and http://www.cosatu.org.za/show.php?ID=5372
‘Underground robots must replace people for safety reasons:’ NUM
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) says it would rather robots replaced people than that miners died underground. The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has created a niche area in robotics and one target area is mining safety. The first demonstrator of the CSIR-funded mining safety platform will be ready this year. Read more at Business Day http://www.businessday.co.za/articles/Content.aspx?id=151955
Platinum producer agrees to employ only local tribal blacks at Bapong mine:
An undertaking by platinum producer Lonmin to employ only local black workers at its Marikana mine in Bapong "promotes xenophobia," the NUM’s general secretary Frans Baleni claimed. The company agreed to employ 643 local black people only -- after the tribal community of Bapo ba Mogale accused Lonmin mine of 'neglecting its social responsibility to develop the area.' Local residents mounted violent protests before the agreement was reached, demanding that they be given the jobs over foreign miners (many miners traditionally are still imported from Lesotho and Mozambique). More than 25% of all South African mines now are owned by blacks.
http://www.fin24.com/Companies/Mining/Lonmins-locals-only-deal-condemned-20110829 and http://www.cosatu.org.za/show.php?ID=5371
Black nickel miners on strike near Machadodorp:
Some 2,000 black workers at African Rainbow Minerals’ Nkomati nickel mine near Machadodorp went on strike on Monday morning. They demand that the black African miners receive identical wages to the white workers and also demand a boost in their shift-allowances.
Another illegal gold- miner dies inside abandoned Aurora-mine shaft, Springs:
An illegal gold-miner, a 'zama-zama' was killed in a rockfall while he was hacking gold-ore from one of the abandoned Grootvlei mine shafts in Springs.
The police said he was killed while hacking away at the rockface 100 metres underground, dangling from a rope.
Metrorail employee stole R8m, keeps his job. Unknown if money was ever recovered...
The Transport Minister admitted in parliament that a black employee at the parastatal Metrorail employee was given a six-month 'suspension from work sentence" by an INTERNAL HEARING for stealing R8million; and then got his job back. Parliament asked a review of his 'too lenient sentence' from his employer Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa). It's not known why the man was not charged in a criminal court of law; it's also not known whether the money was ever recovered.
Homeless, unemployable, highly-skilled Boers are slowly starving in streets of Pretoria: http://www.censorbugbear.org/agriculture/famine/skilled-boers-denied-work-starve-in-sa-streets