Farm attack victims 'pushed around' by police - AfriForum

2015-07-27 18:00

Members of AfriForum and relatives of victims of farm attacks claim they were pushed around by police when they tried to hand over a memorandum to officials at Police Minister Nathi Nhleko's offices.

27 farm murders since the start of 2015

2015-07-02 13:07

There have been 116 farm attacks so far this year, with Limpopo and Mpumalanga experiencing the most attacks, AfriForum says.

Water quality improving but still a concern - AfriForum

2015-05-12 18:15

The quality of water has improved since last year, with only five out of 132 towns not complying with the quality of standards for drinking water, according to AfriForum.

AfriForum: Lorgat owes SA answers

2015-04-16 15:43

AfriForum says CSA CEO Haroon Lorgat owes SA cricket supporters answers.

Zuma to blame for attacks on statues - AfriForum

2015-04-13 19:52

Afrikaner civil rights group AfriForum has blamed President Jacob Zuma for the defacement of statues that have occurred across the country.

AfriForum: Action needed on Paul Kruger statue

2015-04-06 18:05

Lobby group AfriForum has called for action from authorities following the defacing of Paul Kruger's statue in Church Square in Pretoria.

AfriForum demands Lorgat undergo lie detector test

2015-04-01 14:16

Civil rights organisation AfriForum has appealed to Haroon Lorgat, CEO of Cricket South Africa, to undergo a lie detector test.

AfriForum opens cases against social media abusers

2015-03-18 13:29

Civil rights group AfriForum has opened criminal cases against people who allegedly incited violence on social media platforms.

AfriForum: Zuma comments are empty words

2015-02-19 21:28

President Jacob Zuma's undertaking that the ANC would continue to defend minorities were empty words, AfriForum has said.

SA spends R35m on Cuban engineers amid criticism

2015-02-19 07:00

The South African government will spend around R35m on Cuban engineers and water specialists over the next two years, according to the Department of Water and Sanitation.


SA farm attacks to be raised at Aussie conference on crime victims

2015-07-03 18:32

Civil rights group AfriForum aims inform the world about South Africa’s unique phenomenon of farms attacks during a conference on “victimology” in Australia later this month.

North West renamed Bokone Bophirima

2015-06-13 21:54

A “one-sided” decision to change the name of the North West to Bokone Bophirima has been slammed by AfriForum.

Group turns to court to halt Eskom power cuts over debt

2015-04-29 17:18

Civil rights group AfriForum is seeking a court order to prevent Eskom from initiating electricity supply cuts and extra load shedding on defaulting municipalities.

KZN farmer's killers sentenced

2015-04-15 12:28

A Newcastle farm worker and his accomplice have been jailed for life by the KwaZulu-Natal High Court for killing and robbing Newcastle farmer Timothy Green.

Protect Afrikaner statues, monuments - AfriForum Youth

2015-04-12 17:30

Afrikaner statues and monuments must be cordoned off and protected by security guards, AfriForum Youth have demanded.

AfriForum: Destroying statues will polarise SA

2015-04-05 17:49

The destruction of statues that supposedly have to do with colonialism and white supremacy will only serve to polarise SA further, lobby group AfriForum has said.

Farmers deserve a thank you, not a murder - minister

2015-03-21 17:31

Agriculture Minister Senzeni Zokwana has told rights group AfriForum during talks that farmers "deserve a thank you, not a murder”.

UFS mulling over R1m damages claim

2015-03-06 13:17

The University of the Free State and its Rector Professor Jonathan Jansen are engaging with lawyers on a R1m damages claim from two former students.

SA spends R35m on Cuban engineers amid criticism

2015-02-19 09:26

The South African government will spend around R35m on Cuban engineers and water specialists over the next two years, according to the Department of Water and Sanitation.

Mixed reaction to Derby-Lewis parole

2015-01-30 17:36

There has been mixed reaction to Justice Minister Michael Masutha's decision not to grant Clive Derby-Lewis medical parole.

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