Winnie joins Zuma in Soweto
Jacob Zuma got the crowd to its feet by singing Awulethu’ Mshini Wami (Bring me my Machine Gun)
Apr 26, 2011
Sapa & Sowetan
President Jacob Zuma told ANC supporters not to throw away their vote, as he campaigned in Soweto ahead of the May local government elections.
Speaking in Zulu, Zuma said it was very important to vote for a party that was going to win. Any other vote would be a “silent vote”, he said.
Although in Soweto, he had a message for the Western Cape: “It (Cape Town) is so entrenched in apartheid. Die tyd het gekom (the time has come),” Zuma told hundreds of ANC supporters at the Hector Pieterson memorial.
Zuma then got the crowd to its feet by singing Awulethu’ Mshini Wami (Bring me my Machine Gun).
He was accompanied by ANC MP Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and other ANC officials.
Madikizela-Mandela earlier screamed “Viva ANC Youth League, Viva” to the crowd. She has been at ANC Youth League president Julius Malema’s side since the start of his hate speech trial.
Zuma then visited the house of former president Nelson Mandela in Vilakazi Street where some people began singing “Awudubhule Ibhunu” (Shoot the Boer). Afrikaner interest group AfriForum has taken Malema to court, contending his singing the song constitutes hate speech.
Zuma was expected to go to Maponya mall to interact with Soweto residents next.
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“Kill Boere; Kill Farmers”; “Shoot the boer lol kill the farmer”; “"Kill the farmer,the boer"...lol”, etc. postings on TAU-SA / TLU-SA Facebook Wall, by ANC Member at Jhb Univ: Nomfundo Khanyile
Afriforum v. Malema: Judge Colin Lamont confirms Receipt of Radical Honesty SA Amicus: Boer Volkstaat, via VVK; or Jus Sanguinis Repatriation
26 April 2011
From: Lara Johnstone
Sent: Tuesday, April 19, 2011 11:12 AM
To: 'HC-SG Registrar: Alida van Deventer'
Subject: HC-SG: Registrar: A van Deventer: [07-2010 EQ JHB] Applic. to Proceed as Amicus: Notice of Motion, FAffidavit & Heads of Argument
Registrar of the High Court: South Gauteng:
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Registrar: Alida van Deventer
HC-SG Registrar: Alida van Deventer (*****@justice.gov.za)
Dear Registrar: Ms. Van Deventer,
[07-2010 EQ JHB] AFRIFORUM V. MALEMA: Applic. to Proceed as Amicus: Notice of Motion, FAffidavit & Heads of Argument
Presented for Filing in (.doc) and (.pdf):
- Filing Sheet
- Notice of Motion: Application of Lara Johnstone, Radical Honesty Culture & Religion, to Proceed as an Amicus Curiae
- Founding Affidavit of Lara Johnstone
- Heads of Argument: Written Submissions of Lara Johnstone (Radical Honesty – SA)
- Affidavit of Proof of Service: NOI, NOM, FAFFIDAVIT & HOA
LARA JOHNSTONE, Pro Se
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Why we're targeting white farmers - ANC
Transcript of Radio Freedom broadcast on MK's landmine campaign, October 24 1986
“We in the ANC have declared all white farms war-zones… white men, women and children are targets, they are part of the military and paramilitary units and the local police force…” -- BBC Monitoring, July 10 1987 and October 28 1986; Transcript of Radio Freedom broadcast on MK's landmine campaign, October 24 1986
20 April 2011
Compatriots: For some time now, areas around the northern borders of our country have experienced a spate of landmine explosions in which quite a number of racist farmers have either been killed or seriously injured.
The inability of the regime to provide enough protection for its arch-supporters in these areas has been clearly exposed in the process. Instructions and precautionary measures that the enemy has introduced fall far short of providing any protection.
The vanguard liberation movement of our people, the ANC, has long declared these areas war zones. This is because the farmers in these areas have been fully integrated in the enemy's so-called security and defence network.
White men, women and youths are part and parcel of the military and paramilitary units (of the SADF). They are part of the local police force. They participate enthusiastically in Malan's so-called area defence system. They are the people who are planted there by the regime to assist the murderous racist army (containing) what they call insurgency. They work tirelessly to detect any movement by fugitives of the freedom [using] sophisticated communication equipment especially meant for this secret work. Clearly, the enemy has also long ago regarded these areas as war zones.
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