It is significant because it marks the end of over three hundred years of colonialism, segregation and white minority rule and the establishment of a new democratic government led by Nelson Mandela and a new state subject to a new constitution.
But you will not hear about this in the Western media, which fawns over the black terrorists who now run the once-prosperous country.
Claudia Bryan is a South African activist living in London. Her grandmother owned a bakery in South Africa. One day six blacks entered the bakery and gang-raped her. They then tried to shoot her. In anger they gang raped her again and the something woman died.
Robbery was not the motive. One of the South African Family Relief Project volunteers, who drove this writer around Durban during a recent fact-finding visit to South Africa, related the experience of a co-worker.
When the father refused, the blacks shot him dead and fled. The night club was open once a week for parties and dances. One night, four armed blacks burst in, firing handguns, and attacked the staff. They herded the managers and the disc jockey into an office.
They beat one manager with a pistol and kicked Ms. Trichardt repeatedly when she disobeyed their orders to keep her eyes down and not to look. They were never caught. Every white person I met feared for his physical safety.
Crime—murder, robbery and rape—is rampant. South Africa has the highest rape rate in the world and the second highest murder rate, making the country more dangerous than most parts of Iraq. Most victims and perpetrators are black. Rapes are rampant in black schools, and parents often accept a small sum of money as financial compensation for their raped daughter rather than going to the corrupt or incompetent police.
Traffic stops are often an excuse for a bribe. Worse, police are sometimes the perpetrators of carjackings and robberies.
One incident— the attempted kidnapping of a rich Chinese couple in an upper class area of Johannesburg—was captured on a cellphone and seemed to be perpetrated by police in the guise of stopping to question the couple.
The video has gone viral on the Internet. Over 5, farmers have been murdered. Many of these killings involve hideous torture. An old terrorist chant of the ANC is:The mining industry in South Africa is smaller now than This is an opportunity lost, as estimates show it could expand by 3% to 4% a year to The Africa Shared Value Summit raises awareness of and advocates for the successful strategic implementation of the Shared Value business model – profit with purpose – in Africa.
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