‘Ban ANC on TV debates’
I guess it's entertainment.
THE DA wants the ANC banned from SABC election debates after supporters of the two parties clashed in Johannesburg after the latest TV show.
DA MP Ian Davidson said supporters of his party were assaulted with pipes and bricks by ANC supporters outside the University of Johannesburg, where the debate was taking place, on Sunday night.
He said: ‘‘The DA will write today to the SABC … requesting that the ANC be banned with immediate effect from taking part in the SABC election debate series.’’
The debates are screened on SABC2.
The ANC played down the incident, saying that the DA should report the alleged attack to the police if it had evidence.
Davidson said ANC supporters began misbehaving even before the show started when DA supporters were prevented from taking seats in parts of the hall where the debate was to be staged.
‘‘As a number of DA supporters took their seats, they were blocked by ANC supporters who sang ‘Block them this side, block them that side … we want to kill these dogs.’”
It’s time white South Africans accepted defeat
15 March 2009
Musa Xulu writes that the DA still harbours hopes of taking SA back to the ugly years of minority domination
It is time that white South Africa accepted defeat and move with the times
The title of this article was inspired in part by the recent article which was written by Mr. Thula Bopela (see here) and largely by events which I have seen unfold over the last 15 years. These events have led me to conclude that Whites in general will never accept that they lost power, especially to a so called lesser race in intellect or that they are under a Black led government which is not going anywhere, anytime soon. The veteran comrade made a compelling argument in his article whose sentiments I fully agree with hence I decided to advise my White counterparts and fellow Black people who are in their pockets that the game is over.
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Tagged ANC, blacks, DA, Government, Hellen Zille, musa xulu, racist, South Africa, Thula Bopela, whites, Zuma
Thank you to those of you that began sending insight on the collapse of the Mbeki administration over the weekend. It’s a dog-show, to be sure. Some of the most unsettling content we received came from The Times regarding SMS conversations going on during the NEC meeting that forced Mbeki out of the presidency yesterday. Read it and weep for you nation.
Julius “shoottokill” Malema may be planning a surprise party. Amidst the Mbeki vs. ANC fiasco, reports have been circulating around Malema’s plans to lead a break-away party in opposition to the ANC.
We’re pretty sure that all of you reading this are, in fact, intelligent, wonderful people but what are YOU doing for OUR country. The one thing you can do is vote next year.
We’ve heard the “I don’t vote ‘cos it doesn’t make a difference” story far too many times. But we have some simple statistcs for you:
This is starting to become like a cooking show…
First, you’ll need 1 mentally-disabled President (a presidential hopefull will do),
A heaped bucket-load of incompetent and corrupt state officialls,
Stir in some illicit dealing and absurd public blunders.
Leave to destroy a wonderful country for 2 years and serve on crisp bed of public disinterest.
Voila, disaster is served!
We’re not going to say too much here, this article is as crisp as it is poignient and painfully accurate. Respect Rebekah, Respect!
Rabble rouser for Zuma
Article By: Rebekah Kendal
Mon, 11 Aug 2008 12:03
And by the time they realise that it has taken on the chubby face of a violent 27-year-old former child soldier, it may well be too late.
His strong propensity for militancy aside, Malema has faith in democratic processes in South Africa. Commenting on the embarrassing debacle that was the Youth League conference, he said: “People try to exercise their democratic rights and in the process they make mistakes because they don’t know what this animal, democracy, looks like.”
We get the leaders we deserve. This is one of the inescapable truths of a democracy. Winston Churchill and Nelson Mandela were chosen by the people, but so too were Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini and George W Bush.
Julius Malema was elected — albeit by a slim margin at a conference characterised by nudity, drunkenness and violence — to lead the ANC Youth League.