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W T F: GANG ROBBED SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE STATION!
"The men rushed at the police station and all the people inside were ordered to lie on the ground," said Mohlala.   "Then they tied up police officers and members of the public who were there to lay charges. There are an unknown number of firearms and cellphones stolen. "
http://www.netwerk24.com/nuus/misdaad/2015-08-07-bende-bestorm-en-beroof-polisiekantoor-in-mpumalanga-van-vuurwapens

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South Africa is doing well under the Zuma leadership, so much so that there is a never-ending supply of money to support the tribal kings, wives and parliamentary ministers. There are flashy cars and a dozen triple-story houses for the elite. Travelling and holiday never stop. Alas, the majority continues to suffer and is ignored under the plight of poverty that rises daily.

So well is the country doing that the economic decline is not a matter of concern for the Zuma administration; it is something that will pass with time. The education system borders on collapse, and the incompetent teachers have no drive to initiate a competent system, thereby failing the youth of today.

The Zuma administration has not recognized the failure of state-run entities, and the consistent decline in service deliveries does not measure up to a state-run efficiently. The power supply giant under the Zuma leadership is collapsing and soon the country will remain in darkness, yet this is not a major problem for the government, as Zuma said all is well.

The public health sector, which according to Zuma is doing well, does not exist. It is a failed system on the verge of collapsing, as the few competent medical staff battle to save lives in the most disgusting of conditions. The general hospitals are disgraceful, dirty and overcrowded, and it is a real shame that in 21 years, the spiraling decline has no hope of recovering.

According to Zuma, South Africa is being governed very responsibly, and is even moving ahead. There is development, Zuma said during a parliamentary question-and-answer session. Zuma has lost the vision for South Africa which he once had, and cannot focus on reality. Perhaps Zuma is missing the point; it is not South Africa that is doing well, but only the Zuma administration, which is benefiting unduly from tax money. The blatant denial of the obvious is soothing the nepotistic consciousness and brainwashing the uneducated masses into believing that South Africa is flourishing.

http://guardianlv.com/2015/08/south-africa-is-flourishing-under-the-leadership-of-president-zuma/

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Reggy Mopelwa – former ANC deputy chairperson in Maquwassi – has been behind bars since October last year but he is still employed in the municipality’s engineering department.
With a five-year suspended jail term for raping a minor hanging over his head, Mopelwa has had another brush with the law over an arson matter.
On August 21, Mopelwa, together with five others, allegedly set alight an ANC councillors’ house.
They were all arrested on September 2 last year.
Mopelwa appeared in court and was granted bail. However, after he breached his bail conditions, Mopelwa was thrown back behind bars where he has remained pending his trial for arson.
Speaking exclusively to The Citizen, a municipal source claimed Mopelwa was still getting his salary only because he is Mayor Noni Gabi’s “henchman”.

http://citizen.co.za/386595/anc-jailbird-gets-salary-while-in-jail/#.VcCl4P4NYUk.google_plusone_share

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The land claim of South Africa and its people.
Written by  AgriPortal
The recent uproar in South Africa over the claims by ANC president Jacob Zuma that the 1913 Land Act dispossessed blacks is a blatant lie, and forms part of four core lies about South African history, a New Observer correspondent Yochanan has written.
Submitted in the comment section of this newspaper, Yochanan’s remarks are so pertinent that they deserve greater publicity:
LIE NUMBER ONE: There is a common belief in South Africa that the Natives Land Act of 1913 shoved blacks on reserves (‘7 percent of the land’) and ‘prohibited them from buying land in white areas’. That ‘whites forcibly removed blacks to these reserves and that these reserves were on the worst land in the country with no mineral riches and that whites kept all the best land and minerals for themselves’.
Now if I was a black man, I would probably also want to believe that myth, because it would ensure me eternal victimhood status and compensation for generations to come.
Unfortunately, it is a blatant lie and can be attributed to the lack of reading ability or legal comprehension of the journalists and historians of our time.
 
Black tribal areas, secured, not defined, by the 1913 Land Act.
THE TRUTH: First of all the biggest Platinum reserves in the world run through the former Black homeland of Bophuthatswana (North West province).
The former Nationalist government had no problem allocating this area to the Tswana tribes for self-rule—although they already had a massive country called Botswana given to them by the British. It was originally part of South Africa, called Bechuanaland.
Blacks further got another two massive countries from the British called Lesotho and Swaziland. There goes their 7 percent.
LIE NUMBER TWO: ‘Black homelands were on the worst land in South Africa’.
THE TRUTH: When one compares the rainfall map of South Africa and anybody with elementary knowledge of South Africa will tell you that the largest part of South Africa is called the Karoo. It is a semi desert comparable to Arizona or Nevada in the USA.
 
Blacks never even entered this area let alone settled it. Whites made it blossom and created successful sheep farms producing meat of world quality.
Black “settlements” are found on the north and east coast of South Africa. The East Coast has a sub-tropical climate and the north a prairie-like climate with summer rainfall and thunderstorms. An exception to this is the Western Cape with a Mediterranean climate and winter rainfall.
The northern and eastern part of South Africa with its beautiful green grasslands and fertile soil is where the blacks eventually coalesced and this is the land they chose for themselves. Their eventual homelands were found on the land they inhabited out of their own free will.
The Afrikaners even have a song praising the greenness of Natal, called “Groen is die land van Natal” (Green is the land of Natal). It was perfect grazing area for the cattle herding blacks.
LIE NUMBER THREE: ‘Blacks are indigenous to South Africa and first settled it’.
THE TRUTH: Today Blacks in South Africa often tell Afrikaners and other minorities such as the Coloureds, Indians, Chinese or Jews to adapt to their misrule and corruption or “Go Home”…implying that we, who have been born here, who hold legal citizenship through successive birthrights; should emigrate to Europe, Malaysia, India or Israel. That the only ones who have a legal claim to South Africa, all of it, are the blacks. Blacks believe that they are ‘indigenous to South Africa’—but they are not: it was proven by DNA research. We are ALL settlers in South Africa.
All South Africans are settlers, regardless of their skin colour, and their DNA carries the proof. So says Dr Wilmot James, head of the African Genome Project, a distinguished academic, sociologist and, more recently, honorary professor of human genetics at the University of Cape Town.
 
Where is the archaeological proof that blacks ‘settled’ South Africa?
Apart from a few scattered archaeological remains found of black culture in the far northern Transvaal prior to 1652, it is generally agreed that blacks and whites were contemporary settlers of South Africa.
I use the term “Settler” loosely, because blacks never ‘settled’ South Africa; their presence was nomadic. Blacks were itinerants who travelled from place to place with no fixed home.
Whole capital “cities” of grass huts could be moved if grazing was exhausted. They had no demarcated areas, no fences, no borders, no maps, no title deeds to proof ownership of any land apart from a verbal claim and mutual understanding that their temporary presence in a certain area in a certain period of time constituted “ownership” of the land.
They left behind no foundations of buildings, no statues, no roads, no rock paintings, not a single proof of “settlement” of the land prior to the whites settling South Africa.
The only rock paintings were made by the Bushmen and the Hottentots (Khoi-Khoi and San) in the caves they temporarily occupied. Blacks were pastoral-nomads and the Bushmen/Hottentots were hunter-gatherer-nomads.
Whites, on the other hand, built cities, railroads, dams and a first world country comparable to the best in Europe and the new world…their legacy speaks of a people who intended to live there for a thousand years, if not eternity.
To claim that ‘the whole of Africa belongs to Blacks’ is absurd. It is like an Italian claiming the whole of Europe belongs to Italians, including Norway.
In fact, the pyramids of Egypt are proof of white settlement going back thousands of years—and also the Phoenicians settling Carthage and the Greeks settling Alexandria.
The Arabs settled North Africa soon after the Prophet Mohammed died and the whites settled Southern Africa from 1652 onwards. Today there are three Africas as Dr. Eschel Rhoodie calls it in his book “The Third Africa” (1968)… Arabic up north, Black in the centre and Whites at the south…
The white settlers of the Cape first came face to face with the Bantu around 1770 on the banks of the Great Fish River, 120 years after Van Riebeeck came to the Cape and 1000 km east of Cape Town.
LIE NUMBER FOUR: Whites created black reserves and homelands.
THE TRUTH: Blacks created the homelands themselves, thanks to Shaka Zulu. The common belief is that the ‘black tribes at the time were all living peacefully and in the spirit of ‘Ubuntu’ with each other in a virtual liberal paradise’.
Nothing could be further from the truth. Shaka-Zulu was a genocidal maniac who wiped out some two million black people in the Defeqane ( “great scattering”).
 
Above: The Difeqane, or “great scattering” of blacks occurred centuries after Europeans arrived in South Africa.
The Zulu tyrant Shaka, at the time was committing genocide against other tribes. The Swazis and the Ndebeles fled back north in the direction of central Africa where they migrated from.
The Sothos fled into the mountains of what is today, Lesotho. The rest of the smaller tribes huddled together trying to find strength in coalescing.
That is the history of black South Africans that blacks prefer to ignore… that blacks drove other blacks off their land, not whites.
It is into this maelstrom of black chaos that the Boers trekked in 1838. As far as they went they found large open sections of country uninhabited by anyone.
Black tribes fleeing Shaka’s carnage grouped themselves into areas finding protection in concentrated numbers.
This is how Sir Theophilus Shepstone later found the remnants of black refugees huddled together on self-created reserves. He just demarcated it in order to protect them from each other.
The creators of the Bantustans were not the Boers or the whites, it was a black man called Shaka.
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Where do the Bantu’s come from?
THE BANTU EMPIRE – 2,000 YEARS OF BLACK SUPREMACY, RACISM, CONQUEST, GENOCIDE, RAPE, WAR & COLONISATION!
The southward Bantu occupation of sub-Saharan Africa (south of the Sahara), started some 2,000 years ago, with the introduction of crop farming and iron age technology from Nubia which made weaponry, conquest and supremacy possible.
The new crop farming from Egypt increased the population and necessitated an enlargement of territory, which led to the expansion of Bantu African black tribes from the Great Lakes in central Africa, to the colonisation to the south of Africa. This was one of the largest human conquests in history!
A linguistically related group of about 60 million people originating in West and Equatorial Africa, gradually expanded their Empire down the continent into Southern Africa, killing all tribes in its path!
Why were there no written records or major buildings or any large established settlements / Cultures?
Could it be that the entire sub-continent was a war zone and has been left depleted and destroyed?
How many cultures, nations, peoples, and populations were destroyed in this Genocidal Conquest?
What happened to the Hadzu, Pygmy, Khoi Khoi and many other indigenous populations BEFORE whites arrived?
And lastly, based on the above history, the following map put together by the Bondstaat.com initiative suggests a possible equitable settlement:
 
Further international commentary by EKP founder & director, Giacomo Vallone
I met with my liberal sister over the Christmas holiday and was appalled by her lack of knowledge, and ignorance when it came to South African history. Seems she’d  been schooled by the international media well.
Because “blacks were in South Africa first, and screwed out of their land by white devils”- which is abject rubbish as the following article will demonstrate, it’s apparently justifiable for them to essentially kill off the non-black population.
It doesn’t matter that British and Afrikaner settlers built the nation, or that most of victims of black atrocity are themselves black/have some black ancestry….
Nor does it matter that non-Western European migrants are moving into our Western lands on a regular basis where they live freely and safely.
By my sister’s flawed reasoning we should have the right to butcher them once they  wear out their welcome as black Africans are murdering en masse, the descendants of the European and Asian settler populations of the former British colonies. From SA to Fiji – it’s open season on Whites and Indians; the world does nothing and the Marxist media rubs its hands together.
Making the conversation more comical is the fact my sister, the hypocrite, lives in the United States of America!
Last time I checked the US was created as a British settler colony where the natives were displaced so whites could enrich themselves. Wonder if she’d be cool with the US’s native population rising up and  chopping her and her family up while they sun themselves on a Laguna Niguel beach-as so often happens in SA.
Let it be known – blacks ONLY moved into southern Africa in huge numbers once the European settlers and their Asian indentured labourers developed it. As stated-the precise same thing is happening in Europe now.
And before you claim I am being raysist; I give full credit to the Asian people that helped build SA as well as the Asian women that intermarried with the Afrikaner and British settlers when women were slim pickings.
In fact I feel a great deal more sympathy for white South Africans than I do white Americans, due to the manner in which blacks entered both of these territories.
British-governed South Africa, and the Afrikaner nationalist governments that followed, brought blacks in as workers, whereas the Americans imported Irish and Sub-Saharan Africans into the US against their will as slaves.
Sort of like the dog you found on the street and brought into your home biting you, versus a dog you’ve kidnapped, raped and beaten doing so….
I’m not excusing black on white crime in the US however from where I’m standing, holier than thou Americans need a bit of a history lesson on SA before they talk smack.
Now, does that at all sound even remotely racist?
The story above is a history lesson so few of us have had…
http://www.farmingportal.co.za/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=4839:the-land-claim-of-south-africa-and-its-people&Itemid=23

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Truth and Lies about South African History: Blacks Are Not “Indigenous” and Arrived at Same Time as Whites
FEBRUARY 8, 2015 BY TNO STAFF— IN AFRICA • 0 COMMENT
    
The recent uproar in South Africa over the claims by ANC president Jacob Zuma that the 1913 Land Act dispossessed blacks is a blatant lie, and forms part of four core lies about South African history, a New Observer correspondent Yochanan has written.
Submitted in the comment section of this newspaper, Yochanan’s remarks are so pertinent that they deserve greater publicity:
LIE NUMBER ONE: There is a common belief in South Africa that the Natives Land Act of 1913 shoved blacks on reserves (‘7 percent of the land’) and ‘prohibited them from buying land in white areas’. That ‘whites forcibly removed blacks to these reserves and that these reserves were on the worst land in the country with no mineral riches and that whites kept all the best land and minerals for themselves’.
Now if I was a black man, I would probably also want to believe that myth, because it would ensure me eternal victimhood status and compensation for generations to come.
Unfortunately, it is a blatant lie and can be attributed to the lack of reading ability or legal comprehension of the journalists and historians of our time.
 
Black tribal areas, secured, not defined, by the 1913 Land Act.
THE TRUTH: First of all the biggest Platinum reserves in the world run through the former Black homeland of Bophuthatswana (North West province).
The former Nationalist government had no problem allocating this area to the Tswana tribes for self-rule—although they already had a massive country called Botswana given to them by the British. It was originally part of South Africa, called Bechuanaland.
Blacks further got another two massive countries from the British called Lesotho and Swaziland. There goes their 7 percent.
LIE NUMBER TWO: ‘Black homelands were on the worst land in South Africa’.
THE TRUTH: When one compares the rainfall map of South Africa and anybody with elementary knowledge of South Africa will tell you that the largest part of South Africa is called the Karoo. It is a semi desert comparable to Arizona or Nevada in the USA.
 
Blacks never even entered this area let alone settled it. Whites made it blossom and created successful sheep farms producing meat of world quality.
Black “settlements” are found on the north and east coast of South Africa. The East Coast has a sub-tropical climate and the north a prairie-like climate with summer rainfall and thunderstorms. An exception to this is the Western Cape with a Mediterranean climate and winter rainfall.
The northern and eastern part of South Africa with its beautiful green grasslands and fertile soil is where the blacks eventually coalesced and this is the land they chose for themselves. Their eventual homelands were found on the land they inhabited out of their own free will.
The Afrikaners even have a song praising the greenness of Natal, called “Groen is die land van Natal” (Green is the land of Natal). It was perfect grazing area for the cattle herding blacks.
LIE NUMBER THREE: ‘Blacks are indigenous to South Africa and first settled it’.
THE TRUTH: Today Blacks in South Africa often tell Afrikaners and other minorities such as the Coloureds, Indians, Chinese or Jews to adapt to their misrule and corruption or “Go Home”…implying that we, who have been born here, who hold legal citizenship through successive birthrights; should emigrate to Europe, Malaysia, India or Israel. That the only ones who have a legal claim to South Africa, all of it, are the blacks. Blacks believe that they are ‘indigenous to South Africa’—but they are not: it was proven by DNA research. We are ALL settlers in South Africa.
All South Africans are settlers, regardless of their skin colour, and their DNA carries the proof.So says Dr Wilmot James, head of the African Genome Project, a distinguished academic, sociologist and, more recently, honorary professor of human genetics at the University of Cape Town.
 
Where is the archaeological proof that blacks ‘settled’ South Africa?
Apart from a few scattered archaeological remains found of black culture in the far northern Transvaal prior to 1652, it is generally agreed that blacks and whites were contemporary settlers of South Africa.
I use the term “Settler” loosely, because blacks never ‘settled’ South Africa; their presence was nomadic. Blacks were itinerants who travelled from place to place with no fixed home.
Whole capital “cities” of grass huts could be moved if grazing was exhausted. They had no demarcated areas, no fences, no borders, no maps, no title deeds to proof ownership of any land apart from a verbal claim and mutual understanding that their temporary presence in a certain area in a certain period of time constituted “ownership” of the land.
They left behind no foundations of buildings, no statues, no roads, no rock paintings, not a single proof of “settlement” of the land prior to the whites settling South Africa.
The only rock paintings were made by the Bushmen and the Hottentots (Khoi-Khoi and San) in the caves they temporarily occupied. Blacks were pastoral-nomads and the Bushmen/Hottentots were hunter-gatherer-nomads.
Whites, on the other hand, built cities, railroads, dams and a first world country comparable to the best in Europe and the new world…their legacy speaks of a people who intended to live there for a thousand years, if not eternity.
To claim that ‘the whole of Africa belongs to Blacks’ is absurd. It is like an Italian claiming the whole of Europe belongs to Italians, including Norway.
In fact, the pyramids of Egypt are proof of white settlement going back thousands of years—and also the Phoenicians settling Carthage and the Greeks settling Alexandria.
The Arabs settled North Africa soon after the Prophet Mohammed died and the whites settled Southern Africa from 1652 onwards. Today there are three Africas as Dr. Eschel Rhoodie calls it in his book “The Third Africa” (1968)… Arabic up north, Black in the centre and Whites at the south…
The white settlers of the Cape first came face to face with the Bantu around 1770 on the banks of the Great Fish River, 120 years after Van Riebeeck came to the Cape and 1000 km east of Cape Town.
LIE NUMBER FOUR: Whites created black reserves and homelands.
THE TRUTH: Blacks created the homelands themselves, thanks to Shaka Zulu. The common belief is that the ‘black tribes at the time were all living peacefully and in the spirit of ‘Ubuntu’ with each other in a virtual liberal paradise’.
Nothing could be further from the truth. Shaka-Zulu was a genocidal maniac who wiped out some two million black people in the Defeqane ( “great scattering”).
 
Above: The Difeqane, or “great scattering” of blacks occurred centuries after Europeans arrived in South Africa.
The Zulu tyrant Shaka, at the time was committing genocide against other tribes. The Swazis and the Ndebeles fled back north in the direction of central Africa where they migrated from.
The Sothos fled into the mountains of what is today, Lesotho. The rest of the smaller tribes huddled together trying to find strength in coalescing.
That is the history of black South Africans that blacks prefer to ignore… that blacks drove other blacks off their land, not whites.
It is into this maelstrom of black chaos that the Boers trekked in 1838. As far as they went they found large open sections of country uninhabited by anyone.
Black tribes fleeing Shaka’s carnage grouped themselves into areas finding protection in concentrated numbers.
This is how Sir Theophilus Shepstone later found the remnants of black refugees huddled together on self-created reserves. He just demarcated it in order to protect them from each other.
The creators of the Bantustans were not the Boers or the whites, it was a black man called Shaka.

http://newobserveronline.com/truth-lies-south-african-history/?fb_ref=Default&fb_source=message


Front Nasionaal / Front National
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WAAR GAAN SA HEEN
Die vraag op almal se lippe is wat is besig om in SA te gebeur op Ekonomiese ,maatskaplike en politieke gebied.
Kom ons begin met die politieke gebied.Die ANC of die regering is in 'n warboel.Daar is geen politieke leierskap wat die land in enige rigting kan druk nie.Die ANC.Cosato en SAKP alliansie is onder geweldige druk met Numsa wat nou openlik nie meer die regering en ANC steun nie.Cosatu 'n vakverbond is glad nie meer stabiel nie.
Zuma as President is totaal rigtingloos en laat alles aan sy Ministers oor wat op groot skaal droogmaak op nasionale en provinsiale regerings vlak.Alles word lukraak aangepak sonder 'n geintgreerde plan.Dit is 'n resep vir 'n ramp.Hulle praat groot dat die Ekonomie nog gesond sien lig in die tonnel maar besef nie dit is 'n trein wat aankom nie.Suid Afrika is besig om totaal 'n mislukte staat te word.
Maatskaplike gebied met die groot hoeveelheid buitelanders wat in Suid Afrika is en deur die regering gevoed moet word en asiel toegestaan word plaas geweldige druk op die regerings finansies wat nie volhoubaar is nie.Die inwoners wat ook toelaes ontvang het so dramaties toegeneem en daar sal moet gesny word op die toelaes en sodra dit gebeur is dit 'n bom wat wag om te bars.
Ekonomies is die regering met hulle beleid besig om al hoe meer beleggers af te skrik en die onrus in die land soos gedemostreer nou weer in die mynsektor skrik ook buitelanders af .Kom ons beskryf 'n scenario indien die produksie van steenkool te veel ontwrig word en die uitvoer kontrakte word nie ten volle of gebrekkig uitgevoer sal mense ophou om van ons steenkool in te voer.Ons is nie die enigste land waar daar steenkool is nie.Nou dit skep werk verliese wat op maatskaplike gebied nog meer onrus aanstook.
Die EFF dra ook nou nie juis by om dinge te kalmeer nie en wil graag he dat dit moet eskaleer want hulle lede werwing floreer op sulke onrus situasies.
Die DA is soos 'n rond dobberende skip met geen stuurman nie en kan geensins as 'n alternatief gesien word nie.Die nuwe leierskap is nou so swak dat hulle eerder swakker sal vaar as selfs die ANC as 'n regering.Daar is ook nog geen verskil in beleid van die ANC nie.
Waar laat dit die behoudende wit gemeenskap.Werk gaan al hoe meer skaarser word geleenthede vir besigheid gaan minder word.Die maatskaplike en ekonomiese situasie gaan ook hulle hard slaan.
Die enigste oplossing is om selfbeskikking in jou gebied 'n werklikheid te laat word.Hoe doen ons dit.Sorg dat daar 'n Front Nasionaal kandidaat in jou wyk staan.Wen daardie wyke soveel as moontlik verkieslik aanmekaar.Hoekom dan kan jy begin beheer neem van daardie gebied.EKSTERNE SELFBESKIKKING sal volg op die interne selbeskikking soos hier beskryf.Die 2019 verkiesing moet ons daardie mandaat kry.Die 2016 munisipale verkiesing moet ons vastrap plek kry is soveel moontlike gebiede.Daar kan self druk uitgeoefen word vir eie munisipaliteit.
Ons as selfbeskikkers moet sigbaar word in ons gebiede.Die enigste manier is raak persoonlik betrokke by FRONT NASIONAAL in jou gebied.GAUTENG hou vergadering 15 Augustus 2015 by Das Gast Hause in Capital Park op die blad net links van die berig is daar opkomende geleenthede die besonderhede .KOM IN GETALLE DAT ONS "N VERSKIL KAN MAAK.
Willie Cloete

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History of Black South Africans.
In the history books taught at school it is claimed that before the whites came to South Africa, the Bantu (black) tribes lived in peace and harmony, they call it Ubuntu. As a matter of fact it was a time of constant war with tribes stealing cattle and women from each other.
Here is the true history:
The original inhabitants of Southern Africa were the Khoisan people.
Together the Khoi and the San people of South Africa are often called the "Khoisan", a term that has been used to describe their broad similarity in cultural and biological origins. It is derived from the names "Khoi" and "San".
"Khoi" was the original name used by the Hottentots in reference to themselves and "San" was the name the Bushmen used when they referred to themselves.
They are the first known inhabitants of Southern Africa.
Both the Khoi and the San people of South Africa were resident in the country for thousands of years. The hunter-gatherer "San" people were ranging all over Southern Africa. Up to as recently as 3 000 years ago, all the inhabitants of southern Africa depended on hunting game and gathering wild plant foods for their survival.
The Khoi people,... 


 
An 18th century drawing of Khoikhoi worshipping the moon


The more pastoral "Khoi" people were to be found in the more well-watered areas along the western and southern coastal regions. So it was that the first indigenous South Africans to come into contact with Europeans were the “Khoi” people. 

By the middle of the 20th century however, the advance of pastoral, agricultural and industrial black societies moving in from Central Africa have caused most of the original inhabitants of South Africa to be wiped out by their enemies in conflicts over land. 


The San people (Bushmen) 
The San people have left us an invaluable legacy of marvelous paintings on rocks and cave walls as far afield as Namaqualand, the Drakensberg and Southern Cape.






The hunter-gatherers of Southern Africa have been called by many names: "Bushmen", "San" or "Sonqua", "Soaqua", "Sarwa" or "Basarwa", and "Twa", all basically meaning, "those without domestic livestock". The San are much shorter than members of the Black people. The average height of an adult is approximately 1,5 m and their complexion is yellowish. 

They probably originated on the north coast of Africa and were then driven further and further south by stronger nations. When the San reached the southern point of Africa, the Black tribes were primarily still living in the tropical and equatorial parts of central Africa. 


 
The San people hunted with wooden bow and arrow and used clubs and spears if necessary


The San were known to be excellent trackers, a skill that helped them to survive for so long on the land. They lived in caves or shelters made of branches built near waterholes, so that drinking water would be near and animals could easily be hunted. 

The San people have left us an invaluable legacy of rock art and their paintings, depicting their way of life and their religious beliefs, can still be found all over the country. They give us a glimpse into the lives of these tough little people, capable of such courage and compassion that they could survive on the land for such a long time, without destroying all they touched. 


 
San family in the Kalahari desert


There is a small group of San in the Kalahari Desert in South Africa, today, who are trying to live as their predecessors did. It has, however, become increasingly difficult for them and most of them have turned to either agriculture or stockbreeding to make a living. 


The black tribes.
 

As the population of Central Africa increased, tribes were being pushed Southwards, replacing the Khoisan population before them.
Conflict:
There was conflict between the Bantu (Black) tribes and the Khoi over land and the Bantu and the San as the San saw the livestock of the Bantu as easy prey to be hunted.
http://news-headlines.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/bantuempirewar.jpg
 
The Zulu.
Smaller pioneering groups reached modern-day KwaZulu-Natal along the coast and the modern-day Northern Province where they began to make contact with northward migrating white peoples from the Southern tip of Africa.
In the 18th and 19th centuries, the flow of Bantu slaves from South-east Africa increased with the rise of the Omani Sultanate of Zanzibar and Tanzania. With the arrival of European colonialists, the Zanzibar Sultanate came into direct conflict with Portuguese and other Europeans along the East coast, leading to the fall of the Sultanate and the end of slave trading in the mid-20th century.
So REAL history (not fanciful, imagined ANC pan africanist nonsense) tells us that when Jan van Riebeek established a trading post at the Cape the Nguni tribes had barely began to reach Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
 Some of the migrant groups, the ancestors of today's Nguni peoples (the Zulu, Xhosa, Swazi, and Ndebele), preferred to live near the eastern coast of what is present-day South Africa. Others, now known as the Sotho–Tswana peoples (Tswana, Pedi, and Basotho), settled in the interior on the plateau known as the Highveld, while today's Venda, Lemba, and Shangaan-Tsonga peoples made their homes in the north-eastern areas of present-day South Africa. 
Specifics of the contact between Bantu-speakers and the indigenous Khoisan ethnic group remain largely unsearched, although linguistic proof of some assimilation exists, as several southern Bantu languages (notably Xhosa and Zulu) incorporate many click consonants of the Khoisan languages. The assimilation is not dissimilar to that of the European settlers, who adapted and assimilated the Dutch, Flemish, German and Malay languages into the Dutch patois of Afrikaans. 
Zulu militarism and expansionism
 
Shaka Zulu in traditional Zulu military garb
The Zulu people are part of the Nguni tribe and were originally a minor clan in what is today northern KwaZulu-Natal, founded ca. 1709 by Zulu kaNtombela. The Zulu formed a powerful state in 1818[27] under the leader Shaka. Shaka, as the Zulu King, gained a large amount of power over the tribe. As commander in the army of the powerful Mthethwa Empire, he became leader of his mentor Dingiswayo's paramountcy and united what was once a confederation of tribes into an imposing empire under Zulu hegemony.
The early 19th century saw a time of immense upheaval relating to the military expansion of the Zulu Kingdom. Sotho-speakers know this period as the difaqane ("forced migration"); while Zulu-speakers call it the mfecane ("crushing"). This period saw the formation of scattered tribes speaking the same language banding together and forming nations in order to be stronger and be able to resist aggression from, mostly the Zulu as well as the organized Griekwa ( Khoi) group.
The difaqane  occurred when Shaka ordered one of his regimental commanders, Mzilikazi, to obtain tribute of cattle from a Sotho chief. After obtaining the cattle, Mzilikazi decides that he wished to keep the cattle and fled Northwards exterminating all the tribes he came across along the way. Shaka sent this Impis to arrest him and they also exterminated all along their path. Mzilikazi tried to take over the land of the Tshwana (present Botswana) but were repelled, so he settled in the present area of Zeerust, but he sent his military to steal cattle from the Boers, who took exception and gave him a good hiding. After this Mzilikazi settled in the present Zimbabwe where he subjected and oppressed the local Shona tribe and founded his Matabele kingdom. (This was the reason why President Mugabe – a Shona – slaughtered many  Matabele aftyer he became president of Zimbabwe.)
Nguni tribes in Zululand shifted from a loosely organised collection of kingdoms into a centralised, militaristic state. Shaka Zulu, son of the chief of the small Zulu clan, became the driving force behind this shift. At first something of an outcast, Shaka proved himself in battle and gradually succeeded in consolidating power in his own hands. He built large armies, breaking from clan tradition by placing the armies under the control of his own officers rather than of the hereditary chiefs. Shaka then set out on a massive programme of expansion, killing or enslaving those who resisted in the territories he conquered. His impis (warrior regiments) were rigorously disciplined: failure in battle meant death. 
Peoples in the path of Shaka's armies moved out of his way, becoming in their turn aggressors against their neighbours. This wave of displacement spread throughout southern Africa and beyond. It also accelerated the formation of several new nation-states, notably those of the Sotho (present-day Lesotho) and of the Swazi (now Swaziland).
In 1828 Shaka was killed by his half-brothers Dingaan and Umhlangana. The weaker and less-skilled Dingaan became king, relaxing military discipline while continuing the despotism. Dingaan also attempted to establish relations with the British traders on the Natal coast, but events had started to unfold that would see the demise of Zulu independence.
The present bantu nations in South Africa consist of:
The Ngune group of nations:
Zulu: King Goodwill Zwelethini kaBhekuzulu,
Xhosa: (The Xhosa people have two paramount Chiefs, of the two major subdivisions of the tribe i.e. Gcalekas and Rharhabes and both has a king:  King Mzikayise Sigcawu of the Gcaleca and King Maxhob'ayakhawuleza Sandile of the Rharhabes .)
Shangaan. The Shangaan tribe came into being when King Shaka of the Zulu, sent Soshangane (Manukosi) to conquer theTsonga people in the area of present-day southern Mozambique, during the Mfecane upheaval of the 19th Century and he defected to start his own kingdom, incorporating the Tsonga. Mpisane Eric Nxumalo claims the kingship, but the government does not recognize his claim. The Shangaan live partly in South Africa and partly in Mozambique.

Ndebele;  (The Ndebeles have two kings now and are divided between two groups known as Manala and Ndzundza. King Makhosonke II is the king of the Northen Ndeble nation and the other leader is King Mabhoko III of the Ndzundza group.)
Swazi Although they mostly live in the Kingdom of Swaziland (Independent kingdom under King Mswati lll, many live in South Africa.
The Sotho group of nations:
Tswana; Most live in the independent republic of Botswana, while many live in South Africa. The heir to the throne, Ian Khama, gave up his throne and was elected president of the country.
Northern Sotho or Pedi. King Victor Thulare III 
Southern Sotho. They live mostly in the independent kingdom of Lesotho with king Letsie III
Other groups:
Venda ( King Toni Mpephu Ramabulana)
Tsonga (See Shangaan)
Former Black Homelands 
 The Lies About the Homelands
 A common myth or lie about Apartheid is that the whites stole the land from the blacks and shoved them on 13% of the land of South Africa in what was called Homelands. It is further believed that blacks barely scratched out a living in these homelands due to it being on barren soil or arid regions. It is further claimed that whites made sure there were no minerals on these lands before giving to the blacks.
It is time to address these lies.
 Traditionally South Africa belongs to the whites who first  permanently settled South Africa since 1652. Blacks entered  South Africa at about the same time, but never permanently  settled any area, because they were nomadic cattle and  goat herders. Blacks only started settling areas permanently  after about 1770.
Wherever the Boers or Voortrekkers went they bargained for land with local Blacks who settled certain areas before them. In fact there is hardly any part of South Africa that was conquered by whites from blacks. Piet Retief’s treaty with the Zulu King, Dingaan still exist to this day.
Blacks settled other areas than the whites and in those areas blacks have the right or claim on those areas. It is however difficult to determine their claims, because blacks had no  written language, no maps and no legislation such as land title deeds.
Despite this, whites researched the areas that Blacks traditionally settled and gave them full autonomy to rule themselves,  with their own police forces and armies trained in South Africa with white taxpayer money.
To create work, white business people were encouraged to open factories in these countries with huge tax concessions.

 The ten homelands were as follows:
 Transkei –Xhosa
 Ciskei – Xhosa
 Venda – Venda
 Bophuthatswana – Tswana
 Gazankulu – Tsonga/Shangaan
 KaNgwane – Swazi
 KwaNdebele – Ndebele
 KwaZulu – Zulu
 Lebowa – Pedi (Northern Sotho)
 QwaQwa – South Sotho 
 Note how some blacks got TWO or even THREE countries of their own. The Xhosas got both Ciskei and Transkei.
The Tswanas who have their own country called Botswana, also got Bophuthatswana. The Sothos who already had Lesotho as their own country also got Lebowa and QwaQwa.
The Swazis who already had their own country Swaziland got KaNgwane. After South Africa became a union in 1910, the territories (British protectorates) of Bechuanaland (Botswana), Basutoland (Lesotho) and Swaziland was excluded from the union, but the plan was to incorporate them later. The successive South African governments always tried to include them, but the British played delay tactics and after South Africa withdrew from the commonwealth in 1961 it ended any prospect of incorporation of these territories into South Africa. Botswana got its independence from Britain in 1966, Lesotho in 1966 and Swaziland in 1968.
If one considers that these countries are actually part of the original South Africa, then the territories under Black rule and autonomy including the other homelands makes up 50% of the  total land and not 13%.
One further has to remember that about 70% of the current South Africa is uninhabitable simply because it is too mountainous or it is half desert in the Western part. Only about 10% is under normal climate conditions economically viable farmland.
 When one considers the rainfall map of South Africa and the areas settled by Blacks, then one sees that Blacks settled in above average rainfall areas. The soil of these homelands was some of the most fertile soil of South Africa.
Today the black ANC government is taking white owned farms away and handing them over to blacks to be totally ruined in a few months. See: http://greatsalandscandal.blogspot.com/  Something else a lot of people do not know is that the White NP government ALSO forced whites off their land by paying them out undervalued sums for their farms so that they could hand it over to blacks in the establishment of the homelands. I personally know people who lost their successful dairy farm in those days to make way for the Ciskei.
About 48% of all the viable agricultural land was in these Black homelands. Today the Blacks want to say that these lands are barren. As I have mentioned it is totally false, but on the other hand, these were the areas the blacks chose out for themselves to
settle on about 200 years ago. They cannot blame the whites for it today.
It is often said that whites first made sure that there were no minerals in these homelands before they gave it to the Blacks.
This is also false. In the homeland of Bophuhatswana, the Tswana homeland in addition to having their own country Botswana, we can find the largest Platinum deposits in the entire subcontinent. Gold are also mined as a byproduct in these platinum mines.
In the “Book Verrat an Südafrika” Klaus Vaque mentions an article in the German Magazine “Deutschland-Magazin” Nr. 3/83 where a Lebowa chief was asked if it was true that blacks have been pushed onto worthless desolate areas...
I freely translate, the chief answered:
“No, it is not true. We have here all the raw materials except diamonds and crude oil. We have all other minerals. As far as agriculture is concerned, we have some of the richest parts of South Africa. We have good rainfall and good soil. I think our livestock are some of the best and our wheat and maize potential is fairly high. The people who say that we have been pushed onto dry and desolate areas do not know what they are talking about. I think they are talking about others.”
The question has to be asked...what is so bad about giving all the major Black tribes of South Africa their own country where they could rule themselves on territory they historically settled and where they could be ethnically homogenous, where they could speak their own language, practice their own culture and religion and where they could be totally free?  What is the crime in that?
http://kids.britannica.com/elementary/art-179878/A-map-shows-the-ten-homelands-or-Bantustans-where-South


A short history of the Boers of South Africa.
 
By the middle of the 17th century trading ships from Europe were sailing the seven seas and the Dutch East India Company sent out Jan van Riebeeck and a small group of men to build a fort and set up a halfway station for the ships going to the trading posts in the East. These were Dutch employees of the Company as well as German mercenaries. Within 10 years after the establishment of the victualling post at the Cape the first farmers had been given land to cultivate and before the turn of the century some settlers began to migrate north and east. Due to religious conflict in Europe, many French settlers came to the Cape during the 1700’s. The newcomers brought Christianity and Islam to the Cape. The colonists, mainly of Dutch, German and French Huguenot descent began to lose their sense of identification with Europe and the Boer/Afrikaner nation came into being.
By the end of the 18th century these migrant farmers had come into contact with the Xhosa speaking inhabitants of the Eastern Cape and skirmishes between them ensued. In 1806 when the Napoleonic wars were raging in Europe the Cape became a British colony. Some 5000 British settlers were placed on the eastern frontier in 1820 in an unsuccessful effort to provide a buffer against the Xhosas. In 1857 a mass starvation occurred amongst the Xhosa as a result of a prophecy that the whites would return to the sea if the blacks would slaughter their cattle and destroy their crops.
During the early 19th century the great Zulu warrior king, Shaka, had risen to power. The resulting conquests had caused what was known as the mfecane and large parts of the interior were denuded of inhabitants. Into these parts now moved the white farmers who had become dissatisfied with British rule. A group of these Voortrekkers moved east into the area today known as KwaZulu-Natal. After several battles between the Zulus and the Voortrekkers, the British annexed Natal where they already had a small settlement. The Trekkers then established themselves in two republics, the Orange Free State and the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek between the Orange and the Limpopo rivers.
During the latter half of the 19th century vast deposits of diamonds and gold were discovered in the Boer Republics resulting in the founding of Kimberley and Johannesburg. This had a dramatic economic and political effect, eventually leading to the Anglo-Boer War between Britain and the two Boer republics [1899-1902]. The British sent 450 000 soldiers against the 36 000 Boer militia and when they could not defeat the Boers, the British interned the Boer women and children in camps where 27 000 died due to starvation and sickness. In order to save what was left of the nation, the Boers surrendered and all the British colonies in South Africa was united in the British colony the “Union of South Africa”.
In 1910 the Union of South Africa gained Self Rule and by 1948 the Boers were in power again. As they saw that the development and culture of the blacks were not compatible with the whites and the different tribes were constantly at war with each other, they formalized the laws of Apartheid (separation) where each group had its own territory where they could develop under the guidance of the Boers.
The African National Congress [ANC] was founded in Bloemfontein in 1912 and at first just wanted the origional tribal areas back. Meanwhile in 1944 the ANC Youth League was formed with Nelson Mandela as its secretary. The ANC now wanted the whole country and not just the tribal lands, as this was origionaly given to the blacks.The result being an almost 50 year long conflict between this organisation and the Nationalist Party.
After the Wold War II came a time of rapid industrialisation, but skilled work remained with the whites. In 1948 the Nationalist Party gained power which they would not relinquish until 1994 under great pressure from the world community.. In 1961 South Africa became a republic and left the Commonwealth. By the end of that year Umkhonto we Sizwe [The Spear of the Nation] started with acts of sabotage and the UN had called upon its members to institute economic sanctions against South Africa. Mandela, Sisulu and other leaders of the resistance groups were arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment on Robben Island. By the late 1980's under increasing international pressure the government had no option but to start negotiations with Mandela. In 1990 Mandela was set free and in 1993 after further negotiations an interim constitution was agreed to by 21 political parties. In 1994 the first democratic election was held and Mandela became president.
 
Although the constitutional agreement assured participation of the Boers in government and property rights, soon after the ANC gained power, Affirmative Action was instituted where whites lost their jobs, farmers were forced to give up their farms. Those who were unwilling were tortured to death under the guise of “normal crime”.

PM Myburgh 
Please let us pray for this devastating news
 On 28 November, 6 schools in Gauteng and Western Cape will appear in the Supreme Court in Johannesburg on charges of practicing Christian faith in schools. Christian attorneys will be representing them. It is expected that this case will be referred to the Constitutional Court. The enemy has stolen enough. Please pray for the attorneys and judge to be guided through Godly intervention and wisdom. Our country is falling to pieces while Christians look on in silence while sangomas throw bones during opening of Parliament to eliminate God fearing principles out of our schools. Come on Christians, let us stand together in prayer to withstand this force of darkness that wants to destroy our country. May God meet with President Zuma to completely turn his life around. Do not take this request up lightly as the freedom of our Christian faith is at stake. Please could you forward this message to as many fellow Christians as you can to crumble down this wall of resistance. Amen!
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