In March, it was reported that Australia was considering fast-tracking visas for white South African farmers because of the “horrific circumstances” they allegedly suffered, owing to farm attacks. Australia’s Department of Home Affairs has received 89 applications for humanitarian visas from South Africa, involving 213 people, Australia’s The Age publication …Read More »
The situation was very tense at Hermanus, on the south coast of Cape Town, Monday afternoon following protests and riots against the attempted expropriation of a plot of land this weekend. Police were called in order to try to stop a group that had begun illegally occupying vacant land. The …Read More »
Australia is ready to consider issuing special visas to white South African farmers because of the “horrific circumstances” of the recent confiscation of their land without compensation that was ordered by the government, as well as ongoing violence and murder against them. Peter Dutton, Australia’s Minister of Home Affairs, told …Read More »
Katie Hopkins detained in South Africa accused of “racial hatred” after a report about South African farmers attacks, forced to received medical treatment for collapse.
She posted a video to Twitter after filming herself at the airport in South Africa, she said: “At passport control, I’ve been through security and I’ve been detained, my passport has been marked for spreading racial hatred here in South Africa.” She was also forced to defend herself after receiving …Read More »
Via Daily Mail On stage in a stadium in Soweto, the township at the heart of the uprising against apartheid, South Africa’s president, in a green and gold leather jacket, was dancing a Zulu war jig. A court order against ‘hate speech’ meant Jacob Zuma, a former cattle herder, was …Read More »