ANC to end legacies of apartheid - Zuma

2013-01-12 14:32

Durban - The ANC has committed itself to eliminate the legacies of apartheid during "the second phase of transition", President Jacob Zuma said on Saturday.

"The 53rd national congress [in Mangaung], deliberated around the impact of the racist legacy that persisted with poverty, unemployment and inequality," Zuma told several thousand ANC members during his "8 January" statement in Kings Park stadium in Durban.

"As we enter the second phase of the transition… we commit ourselves to a program of action to speed up the elimination of these legacies and bring about socio-economic freedom."

He said the African National Congress had made "substantial progress" since the first democratic elections in 1994.

"Our country's Constitution, which is one of the greatest achievements of the liberation movements, has its roots in key ANC human rights documents such as… the freedom charter," Zuma said.

"We call on ANC members and citizens to celebrate, promote and defend the country’s Constitution at all times."

He said the 101st anniversary celebration were taking place 100 years since the Land Act was passed.

"We meet 100 years since the promulgation of the 1913 Land Act which dramatically robbed the indigenous people of the country of 87% of our land and turned them into pariahs and wanderers in the land of their birth," Zuma said.

Zuma detailed the hurdles the country had faced since the ANC was formed in Mangaung on 8 January 1912.

  • mbulelu.diba - 2013-01-12 14:40

    ...and I thought that Apartheid ended in 1994. Oh dear me!

      TSR01 - 2013-01-12 15:28

      They are "committed to ending (the NEW ANC) apartheid" when it suites them, a couple of years down the line, once its gone full blown and whites may not walk the streets, get jobs, have cars, etc. - or am I missing something? The ANC has become nothing but racist rubbish.

      saintbruce.bruce - 2013-01-12 16:17

      The "Legacies of Apartheid" : Racial Classification BEE BBBEEE Quotas in Sport Tenderpreneurs The gravy Train The looting of State Coffers Nice Legacy you have MAINTAINED dear ANC !

  • Krysis.hXc - 2013-01-12 14:43

    uhmmm?? wasnt that supposed to happen in 1994? oh wait sorry haha he means the reversal of apartheid.

  • piero.mendace.5 - 2013-01-12 14:49

    Strange how everyone the ANC looks to be taking apart as result of the rotten leadership apartheid is brought up to unite.. Give it a bone, have you no self respect?. Just for a change try and find a new song to sing. As long as there are leaders like you in the world the longer frustration will reign which you undoubtedly will classify as racism.. you pathetic creatures.

  • piero.mendace.5 - 2013-01-12 14:51

    I can think of one innovation, showers prevent STD s. He could not spell innovation, but then nor could most of his colleagues in cabinet..

  • mholthuysen - 2013-01-12 14:54

    Yawn - unbelievable - the entire day one uttering after the other you combine all of which become a huge pile of sh$t! Apartheid, Alien Tendencies, African Ways and and and... is anyone actually taking these tossers serious? Oh sorry 70.000 who came for KFC and a free T-Shirt... and of course our own stand-up comedian ssmonareng!

  • graeme.d.barbour - 2013-01-12 14:54

    Maybe socio-economic freedom would have been implemented a lot quicker if Zuma and fellow ANC cronies actually bothered by the masses instead of lining their own pockets. Ultimately you get what you vote for..

  • shaun.k.delport - 2013-01-12 14:57

    The Legacy of apartheid exists mostly in the minds of the little pockets of racists, black and white, with low IQ and too afraid to embrace other cultures and people of a different skin tone, and in the politicians minds when elections draw near.

  • Brian Dorning - 2013-01-12 15:01

    Children that were born post 94 obviously had nothing to do with apartheid. So my questions is this: Why is our innocent youth being treated differently because of their race. UKZN may only allow 2% white students into the faculty of medicine. At the same time we have a shortage of medical professionals. Personally, if I'm in hospital injured or for another reason, I want to be treated by a doctor who earned their position, irrespective of their race. Generally speaking, races other than the majority are being oppressed, some more than others. This is apartheid in reverse. There will always be poor, and rich, its not a black and white thing anymore.

  • fort.horseman.7 - 2013-01-12 15:03

    There are 2 approaches to end inequality and the apartheid legacy in SA,the verbal or the practical.The verbal approach will dissapear like smoke in the wind.The practical is by decisively addressing:GREED,CORRUPTION.ABUSE OF POWER,UNACCOUNTABILITY,INJUSICE,FRAUD,INCOMPETENCE,disregard for the Freedom Charter and Peoples Constitutional rights.Act decisively against the culprits.If these obligations are not fulfilled,then the ANC would fit the profile of an Apartheid Government.

  • patrick.m.vianello - 2013-01-12 15:03

    Bulldust the land act robbed the blacks of 87% of land. Firstly they not indigenous to this land, they stole land firstly from the San etc. Secondly it wasn't one single act which transferred land. What about the farms that were burned down during the war which created this country! Where those farms in black hands? No! and that was before the land act. Shows how ignorant this oak is. Also no research was done into what the Voortrekkers encountered in the Orange Free State, there where large tracks of land uninhabited due to the wars of extermination done by the Zulu (of course he won't say anything against the Zulu). People - don't buy into this propaganda trash they spill out! Besides, the government owns most of the land today anyway

  • renier.lubbe.7 - 2013-01-12 15:05

    Does this include the new apartheid that was created?

      TSR01 - 2013-01-12 15:17

      I was hoping someone would point that out, because the ANC /is/ the new apartheid.

  • - 2013-01-12 15:07

    Jah end this apartheid, now i can walk free anywhere whther is white streets, pink street or black street, i can walk without being suspected of being thief, only to be supriced when police cum and arrest me for walking, no more earning less than my other colour coluege, kill it Zuma

      TSR01 - 2013-01-12 15:19

      You were free to walk anywhere you wanted since 1994 thanks to Nelson Mandela, not Jacob Zuma. If anything, Jacob Zuma has made it worse, now you can walk anywhere, and people will just ignore you. No friendly smiles, nobody saying "good day!" or "how's it going?", nobody cares about anyone else - everyone is suspicious of others. That is the NEW ANC APARTHEID way!! Divide everyone so they can rule everyone! BAD ANC TRASH! - 2013-01-12 16:03

      Tieni, mac, its not about watching my back, its about living knowing that m free, m not saying one cant watch thier backs dear

      lacrimose.wolf - 2013-01-12 16:33 - yes, 20 years later you can now be smashed to pieces on the roads, raped, stabbed, shot, tortured and have your body dumped in a field - on any street, in any suburb at any time of day and only 1-200 perpetrators will ever be caught and of those caught less than 2% will actually go to jail. Progress indeed

      talana.malherbe - 2013-01-12 16:50

      Rikhoula do you even know that apartheid ended nearly 20 years ago??? Where have you been?

      reg.nagel - 2013-01-12 21:25


  • piero.mendace.5 - 2013-01-12 15:09

    Actually very often leaders with so called low iqs label peoples very just frustration as apartheid, have you not yet understood that this is a hot button that the ANC uses to unite their party when it starts to fall apart?. Must be a third force conspiracy, hey.... Ha, ha what nonsense.

      dee.980 - 2013-01-12 17:27

      Actually - when I read the utter bilge posted here - I keep checking to see what year it is - and wonder if the 'white' mentality has shifted 1 iota from days of indctrination of black people being less deserving, less than, stupid etc .... and for millions of black people still utterly excluded from our economy - what has changed for them???? Would you expect anything less from the president to speak to those people about meeting their needs. I notice he included "STICK TO THE CONSTITUTION" in context of these words - but does anyone posting here give him credit for that?

      lacrimose.wolf - 2013-01-12 18:10

      @dee.980 - well clearly it is meaningless. Cabinet themselves refuse to stick to the Constitution, almost all of govt fail to keep their oath of office which includes "upholding all the laws of the land and the Constitution". We citizens have to take them to court to get them to do anything. Then they ignore the court orders handed down. So no, no credit due here because there's no credible action backing up these very tired words.

  • hudayfah.newman - 2013-01-12 15:11

    oh gosh not again. Next he will be saying something about 500 000 jobs and housing for the poor. Only for the poor people to sit empty handed again and will no doubt be told about a 3rd phase of transition.

  • phae.rayden - 2013-01-12 15:18

    We meet 100 years since the promulgation of the 1913 Land Act which dramatically robbed the indigenous people of the country of 87% of our land and turned them into pariahs and wanderers in the land of their birth, Zuma said....only to want to take current South Africans born on this land land's away, and begin the exact same process in reverse. I am ashamed of you and your lack of ability to be any type of skilled or balanced leader. You're nothing short of a racist when you refer to South African soil as 'our' land. Your government doesn't even know how much, which, or where they own land. This situation rests squarely on the ANC and their incompetence to sort this out decades ago. Get your staff to do their jobs, and then see if you still need to threaten white South Africans. Still you divide us with your poisonous words. Do you honestly think this can go smoothly, or end well?

      mathata.fela.7 - 2013-01-12 15:23

      Why are you so upset, you didn't really expect something different from a common garden variety type with grade 3? Not even when it wears a suite.

      phae.rayden - 2013-01-12 15:29

      That's exactly why I'm upset. What am I missing? Why do people support him? I would honestly like to understand.

      mathata.fela.7 - 2013-01-12 15:47

      Look at the recent matric results of the percentage of white students vs. the blacks that you really think that blacks will ever be able to compete with whites on an equal footing? They know it and we know it so the only option they have left to survive is to join the corrupt ANC.

  • justin.parks.75470316 - 2013-01-12 15:21

    An unwillingness to learn, poor governance, corruption, cronyism, entitlement, incompetence, nepotism, have nothing to do with apartheid but has everything to do with the ANC. Try to fix your own house before digging up the past to excuse your blatant ignorance and inability to govern or lead. SA is sailing rudderless into the abyss hoping everything stays together. Now thats a problem we can try and fix, but beating something that is dead is pointless. South Africa is now predominantly characterized by a majority that wants everything for free, wants to earn money but is unwilling to work whilst the burdened tax payer (minority) carries the can.

  • bob.small.7547 - 2013-01-12 15:22

    What f**king apartheid Jacob???

  • jade.lounge - 2013-01-12 15:29

    absolute joke. coming from the most corrupt government we've ever seen. piss off...

  • nico.leroux1 - 2013-01-12 15:29

    So are you going to murder the rest of the white people??

      manqoba.zulu.54 - 2013-01-12 15:36

      What do you mean: do you mean that one got to do that to end it? Or you were just trying to say something and it came out horribly wrong?

  • vanzyld - 2013-01-12 15:34

    Does it mean he is going to blow his own brains out!? Happy days!

  • reagan.gallant.7 - 2013-01-12 15:36

    i'm not white but any1 can see what's going on here.i think jz should stop stealin our tax money and leave that money to the poor.prejudice against some1 on the grounds of his/her race.that's what the white's did,and that's what u guys are doing now...

  • dick.etheridge - 2013-01-12 15:40

    In fact JZ is the Steve Jobs of RSA politics! Innovator and changer... More like the chameleon of RSA politics...he changes the colour of his story to accommodate the spectators of the day. Next week he'll be whistling a different tune. Besides, he's just opened "promises season," leading up to the next election. Lots of promises, same old same old.

  • ivy.malema.3 - 2013-01-12 15:41

    The speech is addressing the plight of the majority, I understand those of you who benefitted frm apartheid cause the speech seek to let the people share the wealth, U ARE GREEDY

      bbooyse - 2013-01-12 16:33

      Yeah...I benefitted tremendously..I had to work 2-3 jobs to pay my studies while the majority with lower marks consistently got the bursuries despite failing continuesly. If you need laws to get ahead then you've failed already ;)

      talana.malherbe - 2013-01-12 16:38

      And you Ivy Malema are an idiot. Keep on supporting and believing this corrupt man and in 10 years time you will be even poorer and still fighting for the plight of the majority. I can't believe that you can still be so ignorant!

      attie.stone.3 - 2013-01-12 22:43

      And you sound unintelligent. If he's conserned about the plight of the majority, why is there no accountability for the Billions of rands being stolen or wasted that should have gone toward helping a heap of disadvantaged people of all races if used properly....What truly amazes me is people who can't see the truth if it hit them full in the face. And they blindly continue to support the racist agenda without skipping a beat. Surely Dumb is dumb...........

  • vanzyld - 2013-01-12 15:41

    How do you reason with retards? This stupid bastard cannot even spell economic policy. He had an ex plumber draw him pictures.

      lee.brand.73 - 2013-01-12 15:59

      Hey - take it easy on plumbers. It would have been a working policy based on supply and demand. We know how to work with s#1 !

  • samuel.slyme - 2013-01-12 15:43

    Could JZ tell us about the standard of living of his black ancestors in, say, the early seventeenth century before the Europeans came and stole all the land. Did they have air-conditioning (cf. Nkandla), interior heating, paved roads, bridges over rivers, the wheel, the alphabet, books and newspapers, libraries and schools, piped water, sea-going boats, toilets of any kind, courts of law and defence lawyers for accused in trials before Shaka's chief justice and court of appeal (perhaps mention a few of Shaka's top defence advocates and judges)? Did they have irrigation for their sorghum. Did they have wheat and white bread? Tell us something about the virtues of devils claw and other roots and herbs compared with the extensive WHO pharmacopeia you find in every chemist. Did they have surgeons and dentists with anaesthetics? General practitioners and sterile operating theatres? Nurses. Did they have piano's with more than five or six badly tuned notes? Violins? Ways to write music. Did they have smart suits and woven fabrics? There is not space enough for the entire list which will take up an entire encyclopaedia. For G*d's sake, Jacob, stop talking our of your ***!

      msimelelo.m - 2013-01-12 17:49

      Never knew there was air conditioning during the 17th century ;) And most if not all on that list

  • tony.fourie - 2013-01-12 15:46

    I agree tottally and he should start with his private pilots....must be a truly born and bred currently advantaged citizen of SA.

  • Ignorance police - 2013-01-12 15:52

    Would love to be a fly on the wall in the White House. Can u imagine Barack shaking his head with a few choice words cringing and wondering how it is possible for any president to be so utterly clueless, useless and stupid. And he's the best SA has people. The cream of the crop. Twice in a row. Absolute joke and such a shameful ambassador for black people all over the world. Yet it continues... Stay tuned

      clement.mokone - 2013-01-12 16:13

      You can say it again my bra. This guy is so very ignorant. Its a huge for SA.

  • difa.mashwama - 2013-01-12 15:55

    the anc must end the pillars of apartheid and build the pillars of unity , we really need unity in this country.

      lee.brand.73 - 2013-01-12 16:01

      But they are rebuilding it with a slightly different target......

  • elkita.robbertse.96 - 2013-01-12 15:57

    The only apartheid in this country comes from the ANC.Is today the day that you blurt out all the crap your small brain can handle.It is not much..Rather go and shower.You know when to shower.Is it not???

  • clement.mokone - 2013-01-12 16:07

    Is that what he is telling us? We really don't have leaders. Our real leaders ceased with Madiba. Is he disciplined himself? The girls he hangs with etc? Who is disciplining him? The ANC is infested with who do you know and is dying for sure. What a load of crap from this president. I am an ANC member and trully our movement is dying. For sure.

  • boet.magundana - 2013-01-12 16:10

    The only form of apartheid that still remains is economic apartheid.

  • christopher.m.lowe - 2013-01-12 16:15

    The only legacies of apartheid left for the ANC to end are things like hard work, efficiency, productivity, full employment, Matric and University certificates that are worth something, paying your own way, taking responsibility for your actions and keeping your fingers out of the till. And they've already made a very good start. Pffffft!!!

  • clement.mokone - 2013-01-12 16:22

    I don't even know exactly what's the crux of his message. Is he saying Malema was right or what? South Africa, see for yourself how to fix your country. You have no leader.

  • jannie.visagie.35 - 2013-01-12 16:25

    True trud

  • talana.malherbe - 2013-01-12 16:27

    You Zoomer are truly evil! By making such a speech you cause division between the different races in SA! The real problem here is you need to take your big head out of your @ss and admit that the failure and reason we don't have a successful transition so far is because of you and your ANC's friends' corrupt ways! Just look at your house, car, clothes then take a look at the black people's houses or huts in the villages around you! Shame on you you liar!

  • pierre.walt - 2013-01-12 16:29

    You support apartheid to the other side worst than before. You steal and allow corruption and don't know service delivery. Please shut up and and disappear. Take you 5 wife's and 100 children with you. SA are stupid because we will have to support your lavish life style until end of days. F##k off.

  • Thobile Lugwadu - 2013-01-12 16:36

    I listened to president Zuma's speech with keen interest. I am a member of the ANC. I campaigned for change in mangaung due to the crooks around him. We were democratically defeated by the majority of the delegates in mangaung. I had to swallow my pride and live with the reality that he is likely to lead our country until 2019. This is not good for our country. However the political system that was agreed upon at CODESA consented to this. The ANC was formed in 1912 in response to the formation of the UNION states in 1910 which birth to the provinces, cape,free state,transvaal and natal. The ANC was the offspring of unjust and evil white supremacist policies. Without the colonial crimes that were committed against black people,the ANC would have never seen the light of the day. It is today being seen as a problem child,yet it was formed in response to unjust laws,had adopted a bill of rights and freedom charter. It only resorted to armed struggle afer 48 years of peaceful struggle ,and following banning orders. If we trully lov this troubled country,we need to be honest in our diagnosis of our challenges. Its only then that we can move forward as a nation. If u never benefited from apartheid or my colonial dispossesion,good for you, but please dont hurl insults to the head of state.. The legacy of apartheid will take generations or even centuries to completely wipe out.

      pierre.walt - 2013-01-12 16:47

      Respect are earned.....

      talana.malherbe - 2013-01-12 17:01

      Thobile I agree with a lot of things you have said but I can never respect any head of state who is as corrupt as this man. This man doesn't care an inch about his own people struggling. He is getting filthy rich and leads the most comfortable life while his own people are starving. He does this and as soon as people questions his underhanded dealings he blames the white people! How can we respect him?

      lacrimose.wolf - 2013-01-12 18:18

      @Thobile Lugwadu - If the process was democratic, that implies that the majority are eager and willing to have more of the same crooks. So surely then it is not the same organisation that formed to combat unjust laws etc? My concern, and I believe of many, is that this 'ANC or nothing' fervour sells us all down the river. When does sanity kick in?

      attie.stone.3 - 2013-01-12 22:52

      Take a lot longer if your leaders are stuffing everything up Thobile or can't you see that. looks like all the supporters are incapable of seeing the light of day given what's taking place by your leaders, yet you guys somehow can't see it. Shame.......

  • werner.vandeventer - 2013-01-12 16:38

    Ssmonareng.. I swear every single comment I read that you posted, just gets more stupid every time. You are such an idiot!

  • Cape - 2013-01-12 16:44

    87% of YOUR land - get your sh/t straight; you ain't no historian!

  • justin.parks.75470316 - 2013-01-12 16:49

    "@ssmonareng: @lacrimosewolf. Apartheid government never produced a person of Steve Jobs calibre. You won't get it!" during apartheid SA built their own atomic bombs, built some of the best helicopters ever produced, conducted the first successful open heart transplant, pioneered many other medical advancements. Might i add apartheid also produced people like Mandela, Tambo, Tutu, Mbeki, Zuma all fighting for freedom, then they got freedom but didn't know what to do with it and left massive holes for graft and corruption. The Afrikaner also endured tremendous hardships during the boer war and fought and died to protect our independence. They were segregated , placed into war camps and experimented on. Entire family lines were wiped out by colonialism. Please enlighten us what the current government has achieved besides squandering billions and achieving sweet nothing. Apartheid was wrong that is a fact, but flogging a dead horse is not going to make it go away or achieve your goals of economic domination. The only people still speaking about apartheid is the ANC. Tapping into the racial segregation that apartheid employed. Zuma speaks along race lines all the time. Why is this?

      lacrimose.wolf - 2013-01-12 17:03

      To add to your list, Justin, : oil from coal, dollose, a sophisticated road network, bringing electricity to Southern Africa (incl hydro schemes), asstd military equipment and the finest medical doctors who today are inter alia, world leaders in heart surgery - and treating knife wounds. But don't ask ssmonareng for a list, or even one example, because he/she can't give you one beyond ending apartheid, which the President announced today that they actually haven't!

  • rnieckau - 2013-01-12 16:49

    Jacob Zuma is HIV+ but does not suffer from AIDS. He is prescribed anti-retro-virals which will prolong his life - but it will be the death of him. It is alleged he raped an HIV+ woman who was also an AIDS activist. The woman is now in residing in Belgium for her own safety. One of Jacob Zuma's six wives is dead.

      nettie.potgieter.5 - 2013-01-12 17:59

      How do you know he is HIV ?

  • craig.hopkins.376 - 2013-01-12 17:01

    Erm, when will you end the racism that you breed by continually playing the race card? When will the reverse apartheid end? When you & your cronies have driven or killed all white people from South Africa & the whole country ends up looking like hilbrow?

  • dian.geere - 2013-01-12 17:02

    10-15% of the population must carry the tax burden for the rest. So..a 100 years ago the land was ”stolen”, dams and an infrastructure was built. What has the ANC post Madiba contributed in their almost 20 yr 'legacy? Maybe he should be gagged like Malema was as he is continously saying stupid stuff for votes as t he elections draw closer. He should concentrate on sound economic and hiv policies instead of blaming an old regime for his lacklustre performance of the last 4 yrs.

  • dirkengelbrecht - 2013-01-12 17:06

    I wish we never had apartheid. Then .SA can be like every other African country. Which other country would you guys like be like? Apartheid put the dead weight in the corner so we could progress.oh wait ja the blacks here are special and different to other 54 countries. The only difference is white population. Obvious fact.

  • gobo.lance - 2013-01-12 17:18

    People on this board STILL praise Mandela! What a joke. Mandela was a communist and a terrorist. The only reason things weren't as bad under him was because he didn't have time to destroy the infrastructure handed to him. And the constant refrain is: "He prevented civil war." In a civil war, as least the White population would have had a CHANCE! Now we're just sheep being led to the slaughter. When Whitey's tax money runs out, the ANC is going to go for resource nationalization. Zim part II. Even the timetable is just about the same.

  • brian.bagnall.54 - 2013-01-12 17:29

    As long as this country has a population explosion it wil never suceed with bring down povety and creating employment. Apartheid as nothing to do with it, so why dont the cANCer open their eyes and wake up, they are living in cukoo land.

  • mike.jankelowitz - 2013-01-12 17:41

    Jacob Zuma is the next Mugabe of Africa. There will be a brain drain of many people from this country, including blacks who have made their riches and will now go live in another country that can offer education, decent health care and mostly safety for their citizens. Look at how our natural heritage is being decimated and yet Zuma has not even made reference to this, because he doesnt care,namely the Rhino murdering. He tells the masses what they want to hear in order to keep them at bay. The education in this country is appalling. 29% is a pass? What a joke, much like our President. How sad for the future. how very sad. Can our deputy president make any difference? Time will tell. Not much left though.

  • gregory.jurgens - 2013-01-12 17:48

    Marvelous. The ANC itself is a legacy of apartheid.

      wonderboy.ngubeni - 2013-01-12 17:54

      Your mother is a legacy of apartheid

  • wonderboy.ngubeni - 2013-01-12 17:50

    News24 is a right winged owned media company, always putting a negative spin on anything African and misrepresents government officials. Where was news24 during apartheid? Pretending to be source of truth while in reality a brain washing tool to mind less racists who are incapable of forming their own opinions but rather enjoy a daily dose of stupid brain drilling of propaganda. New24 we are on to you, pathetic tool of treason!!!!!!

      retha.vosloo.5 - 2013-01-12 17:59

      Now tell me where can I read 'the real news'? Why you read News24?

      wonderboy.ngubeni - 2013-01-12 18:04

      OIL and The New Age. Did I read because I enjoy seeing how stupid some people are. News24 readers are always bring Anc to any article when commenting it's pathetic and sad

      sam.makua.10 - 2013-01-12 18:04

      Wonderboy I tell every comment that is negative against government gets 100 thumbs up and when you try to comment objectively u get 150 thumbs down. This NEWS24 site has an agenda that is far more distructive. You can go through all ANC ZUMA BAFANA articles and follow up comments. They are full of insults and they get 100 thumbs up

      lacrimose.wolf - 2013-01-12 18:21

      @wonderboy.ngubeni - um there was no internet during apartheid, ergo no News24.

      difa.mashwama - 2013-01-12 18:23

      yes if you want to see ,hw negetive they are(white racists) about the goverment of the anc come to news24.

      sam.makua.10 - 2013-01-12 18:25

      Lacrimosewolf? Really?

      gobo.lance - 2013-01-12 20:04

      "Wonderboy," you're clearly a very learned fellow. Why don't you start your own paper to start giving people the "real" news as you perceive it? Maybe you can do stories on how wonderful things are in SA and how bright the future looks. Meanwhile, you've just lost your entire next generation of White taxpayers bc of BEE. 12% of the population in SA provides 90%+ of the tax revenue. Now that you've killed the goose that was laying the golden eggs, the next step is Zim type land and mine seizures. And we've all seen how well that worked out for Zim! Do you not realize that without White ingenuity and their farm prductivity, you would be eating tree bark just like in Zim? You are literally condemning your own people to a future of starvation. MARK MY WORDS. Then, after YOU have run all the Whites out, you know who you'll go to, begging bowl in hand, to feed you? EUROPEANS! Again, just like Zim. It would be funny if it were not so tragic. Remember my words in 15 years. Let's see how far off I am....

  • bop.nob - 2013-01-12 17:53

    wwrer.ww fantastic