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Contradicting herself and her party, a leader of the National Conservative Party says farm murders affect people of all races.
I feel slightly guilty. Because there is more than a good chance that I am going to get involved in Black Friday, in some way, writes Howard Feldman.
A group of South African farmers, currently harvesting crops in America, decided to show their support for the #BlackMonday initiative. Watch.
Racial tension or a need for ‘retribution’ is not to blame for farm murders; it’s greed and need, writes Tebogo Khaas.
The ANC's hysterical reaction to a handful of racist protestors does nothing to debunk myths about farm murders, writes Adriaan Basson.
"We are going to liberate our highways and freeways from racist whites." So said Julius Malema in response to Black Monday protests against farm murders.
The #BlackMonday campaign raised several questions about the legitimacy of farmers' concerns and the overall issue of crime in South Africa. Frans Cronje unpacks the issue.
Trucking company, Jabula Plant Hire, on Monday distanced itself from an accident that left three people injured when a truck collided with vehicles participating in the #BlackMonday march.
Following a rise in reports of farm murders in SA, thousands have come together in protest against the violence.
In preparation for a march against farm murders, Congress of the People leader Mosiuoa Lekota has called on government to turn its attentions to protecting farmers.
'I commend you because what was implicit in your action is your love for your country, South Africa,' ANC spokesperson Zizi Kodwa writes in his open letter to #BlackMonday organisers Talita Basson and Daniel Briers.
Through grief and pain, citizens are determined to find peace and make SA a better country, writes Kathy Malherbe.
Five people who took part in the #BlackMonday protests against farm murders this week have appeared in courts around the country, or have received summons to appear, on charges that they contravened the Regulation of Gatherings Act and the National Road Traffic Act.
EFF leader Julius Malema has launched an attack on #BlackMonday protesters, Afrikaners, as well as the police who, he says, missed an opportunity to test their rubber bullets on the skins of white people.
While it is unlikely that we will ever be able to completely get rid of the extremists among us, we have to make sure we marginalise them, says former Minister of Constitutional Development Roelf Meyer.
Pietermaritzburg and Midlands farmers joined the nation-wide protest against farm murders and attacks on Monday, causing backlogs in traffic on the N3 highway of up to five kilometres.
Several freeways and roads across South Africa were gridlocked on Monday as South Africans took to the streets in support of the #BlackMonday protest action. News24 was on the ground amid the action. Watch.
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