Many say he left unanswered questions about his role in the apartheid government of former president FW de Klerk (85). De Klerk, the last South African president under apartheid, died on Thursday. He died at his home in Cape Town following a long illness.
Image: Google Covid-19 does not choose race, gender, sexuality or status, it claims all that is human. Another precious life has been claimed by the pandemic, but this time it chose a second victim in Parliament. The victim was a bodyguard for the PAC leader Mzwanele Nyhontso. The first victim was Amos Komeni the project administrator in the office of the Deputy Speaksr of the National Assembly Lechesa Tsenoli. He was well known as “Bra A”. It’s great hearing on television or radio about the pandemic
Economic Freedom Fighters Commissar Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has slammed members of the South African Police Services for using stun grenades against Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC) protestors. The PAC members were protesting against anti-black racism at Brackenfell when stun grenades were used on them. PAC posted on their social media platform a video showing the police using stun grenades on their members. "Police use stun grenades on our members as they shout high discipline high morale. We will continue
President Cyril Ramaposa is responding to Parliament's debate on the 2021 state of the nation address (Sona) on today live now.He presented the Sona last week and the Members of Parliament addressed his speech on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mzwanele Nyhontso, PAC leader has blasted ANC leaders during his campaign in Limpopo. Mzwanele during his address told his supporters that ANC leaders are corrupt and they steal anything they lay their hands on. While addressing the crowd, Mzwanele disclosed that he attended a workshop, and in the workshop, ANC members stole everything in the event including toilet paper.
According to a statement the racist #JoziToStellenbosch movement that marched to Cape Town Stellenbosch from Johannesburg is taking heavy losses as ten of them are set to appear in court today. PAC leader Mzwanele Nyhontso pictured above who is fueling the fires of division by condemning the SAPS reaction to the racist protesters violating lock down regulations by throwing SAPS with stones along with Mangaliso Sambo an EFF spokesperson pictured below on the right with the brown jacket and white scarf who was
The racist #JoziToStellenbosch land grab movement is begging for donations to pay for bail after 10 of them got arrested in Stellenbosch for throwing SAPS members with stones yesterday after they were asked to disperse. The land grabbers are expecting to pay anything from R500 to R2500 bail. The racist land grabbers marched from Johannesburg all the way to Cape Town Stellenbosch to cause trouble. PAC president Mzwanele Nyhontso pictured above is fueling the fires of division by condemning the SAPS reaction to
Western Cape High Court has requested the reestablishment of Mzwanele Nyhontso to the situation of PAC's delegate in the National Assembly, forthcoming a choice of the Court with respect to the test of his ongoing expulsion by his gathering. A week ago, the National Assembly Speaker, Thandi Modise eliminated Nyhontso as a MP, contending she acted by the Constitution. The court choice follows a dire application dispatched on Thursday by one part of the PAC against another segment's choice to eliminate Mr