A group of farmers at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, on their knees. Buckling under the corrupt and racist regime of the ANC.
South Africa's "Dear Leader and Commander in Chief" Julius Selo Malema claims that the majority of Indians are racists.
Public relations company Bell Pottinger, headquartered in London is now famous for its campaign to get white South Africans killed.
Some pictures of the thousands of genocidal attacks on innocent families in South Africa. Warning Graphic Content, may upset sensitive readers.
Coming soon my turn to be murdered. Each night, I know it could be my turn and that of my family’s. Waiting to be murdered in South Africa
Xenophobia is described as a deep-rooted fear of foreigners, but is it fear that we observe in South Africa or just pure hate?
2020 Report Watch video on latest statistics released by the South African Police Service READ MORE: U.S. Department of State Crime and Safety Report 2020
The powerful and influential King of the AmaZulu called for an immediate end to farm attacks, describing them as senseless.
Julius Malema and his cadres spent the week inciting Civil War, first on social media, and today on a major television network in Africa.
We take a look at how the New York Times distorts the genocide narrative covering the trial of Brendan Horner's murderers in Senekal.
The missionary report on Genocide in South Africa by Dr. Peter Hammond who has witnessed and survived some of the worst war zones in the world
On October 12th, President Cyril Ramaphosa released a letter blaming others for the ANC's failures in preventing the murder of Brendin Horner
In his book and bestseller The Madness of Crowds, Douglas Murray sets out to explain why societies are now so characterised by conflict.
Watch as people gather at the White Cross Monument, to mourn the tragic loss of their loved ones. Slaughtered in South Africa.
Muldersdrift, attackers took the farmer's 46-year-old wife and his 15 and 11-year-old daughters to a room and raped them.
Watch the video: Professor Jordan Peterson on the discourse that precedes genocidal states like South Africa.
A “gruesome” massacre of farmers in northeastern Nigeria killed at least 110 people, the United Nations has said.
Xenophobia is rampant in the failed democracy of South Africa
Dear Clicks South Africa why are you negotiating with terrorists?
The Chief of the Nama people, the pastoral subset of the Khoisan, spoke out against the continued slaughter of farmers in South Africa.