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  • 00:46

    South Africa Project - Radio

    in Current Events

    Welcome to the truth about South Africa. WARNING THE TRUTH IS GRAPHIC and NOT FOR CHILDREN please maintain their innocence while seeking the truth.


    Our mission is to bring awareness to everyone around the world about the truth in South Africa and what is being done to the White Race one person at a time.


    The Living Waters Foundation - A 100% no profit organization bring aid to the white children in Orphanages, and aiding the destitute whites living in squatter camps as a result of either surviving brutal attacks only to be left with nothing or as a result of the BEEE.


    http://www.southafricaproject.info/

  • 02:00

    Radio Free South Africa Presents - South African Family Relief Project

    in Current Events

    On Saturday 29th August at 1 pm CT (9 pm SA time) we will have the privilige of talking with Leigh Oxley du Preez and Isabel Sanderson from SAFRP.


    https://www.facebook.com/SouthAfricanFamilyReliefProject?fref=ts


    http://www.safrpsa.org


    They will discuss the tragic conditions in the white squatter camps in South Africa and give us an update on what they are doing to help.

  • 02:00

    Radio Free South Africa Presents - Cuan Elgin

    in Current Events

    Cuan Elgin - the author of Bulala - A True Story of South Africa will join us on Saturday 8th August at 1 pm CT (8 pm SA time) to give us an overview of the history of South Africa which is sadly misunderstood by the world at large.


     


    Excerpts from the book as provided by the author:

    After lengthy “negotiations” to “share power” with the black majority under a new constitution (which was the only mandate that 72% of the white electorate had given their leader), De Klerk and his henchmen ignored pleas (as did the mainstream press) from Afrikaners to... establish ’n toevlug in die weste, (“a refuge in the west”) - in the historically “white” Western Cape.

    Afrikaners were demanding their own state, or at the very least, a federation of states, wherein they could exercise a degree of self-determination. But the De Klerk team suddenly capitulated to the black “negotiators” and agreed to a universal franchise vote. This basically guaranteed that the ANC would easily and overwhelmingly win the election and then wield absolute power.

    The ANC swiftly began bussing-in tens of thousands of Xhosas from their Transkei homeland, to the cities, and especially to Cape Town; establishing sprawling squatter-camps there to ensure that they would have sufficient “loyal voters” ready to swing the elections their way.

    Nelson Mandela, who had been imprisoned (not for his "political beliefs" but for 193 counts of sabotage and for smuggling huge amounts of Soviet-bloc munitions), became the first black President of the “new” South Africa, in 1994. De Klerk was also well rewarded, in advance, for his role in this arrangement: He and Mandela shared the NOBEL PEACE PRIZE (with its million-dollar purse) of 1993. 

  • 01:00

    Radio Free South Africa Presents - Maureen Dunmore

    in Current Events

    On Saturday 1st August at 1 pm CT (8 pm SA time) we will have the honour of talking to Maureen Dunmore.


    Wife, Mother, Grandmother who has spend her entire life in South Africa and will tell the story of the changes there from a woman's perspective.


     


    http://www.safrpsa.org

  • 00:31

    South Africa Project

    in Politics

    Morris Gulett and Monica Stone Co-host this broadcast to bring light and awareness to the World which is kept in the dark concerning the Atrocities taking place in South Africa at the hands of the Black ruled Africa National Congress that victimize the White Boer Farmers commiting ethnic cleansing or commonly known as GENOCIDE against the White South African.

  • 00:31

    South Africa Project

    in Politics

    Morris Gulett and Monica Stone Co-host this broadcast to bring light and awareness to the World which is kept in the dark concerning the Atrocities taking place in South Africa at the hands of the Black ruled Africa National Congress that victimize the White Boer Farmers commiting ethnic cleansing or commonly known as GENOCIDE against the White South African.

  • 02:06

    Voices of South Africa with Don

    in Politics Conservative

    They say by middle age you should have settled down and have gone around the block a few times, repeating the same year every year. For me it has been more a case of getting up on the block and falling off it or finding another one again and again and thus having 30 different years over the past 3 decades. This has given me a unique insight.


    Born in Benoni near Johannesburg back in the 60’s my mother, a single parent with 3 boys, was hard at work finding a replacement father, while we were fed by family, friends and church. We brought ourselves up playing in the fields, streets and dams of the greater residential area, something you could do quite safely then. Although Afrikaans, we were sent to English school which was walking distance as there was no money for bus fare to the Afrikaans school. In those days of Eurocentricity it was considered a wise thing by some.


    I discovered what steak was at age 14 when my Mother remarried, and saw TV for the first time as television was introduced into SA despite Apartheid’s best efforts. We moved to the Cape and after high school, I had to do my compulsory military service as there was no money for further studies.  University was not free in Apartheid SA and cost the price of a house then.


    Like most of us, the two years in the army was bittersweet. You’re glad you had the experience but would have preferred not to even though you knew it was good for you. I spent three quarters of it up on the border (South West Africa and Angola), driving tanker trucks with aviation fuel and diesel to wherever the helicopters and tanks needed them.


    Back in civvy street the only choice was to get a job to pay rent and buy food. There was no safety net or grants in Apartheid SA. By age 23 I was awarded a Singer Franchise which was shortlived as the local monopoly supermarket chain decided to enter that market too and I became another small business destroyed by big business.

  • 00:31

    South Africa Project

    in Politics

    Morris Gulett and Monica Stone Co-host this broadcast to bring light and awareness to the World which is kept in the dark concerning the Atrocities taking place in South Africa at the hands of the Black ruled Africa National Congress that victimize the White Boer Farmers commiting ethnic cleansing or commonly known as GENOCIDE against the White South African.

  • 00:31

    South Africa Project

    in Politics

    Morris Gulett and Monica Stone Co-host this broadcast to bring light and awareness to the World which is kept in the dark concerning the Atrocities taking place in South Africa at the hands of the Black ruled Africa National Congress that victimize the White Boer Farmers commiting ethnic cleansing or commonly known as GENOCIDE against the White South African.

  • 01:00

    South Africa Project with Monica Stone

    in Current Events

    Welcome to the truth about South Africa. WARNING THE TRUTH IS GRAPHIC and NOT FOR CHILDREN please maintain their innocence while seeking the truth.


    Our mission is to bring awareness to everyone around the world about the truth in South Africa and what is being done to the White Race one person at a time.


    The Living Waters Foundation - A 100% no profit organization bring aid to the white children in Orphanages, and aiding the destitute whites living in squatter camps as a result of either surviving brutal attacks only to be left with nothing or as a result of the BEEE.


    http://www.southafricaproject.info/

  • 01:00

    Exploring artistic South Africa

    in Travel

    World Footprints revisits South Africa to explore the country that Nelson Mandela built. Our journey will take us through the world of fine art and will focus on the transformative power of art with Martin Britz, President and Founder of Soweto Fine Art, will join us from Johannesburg to talk about his personal journey from an Afrikaner military officer to a champion for black South African artists. Martin will share some unique insights into the people, culture, and South African society today; and he’ll talk about his quest to promote and empower the diverse people on the African continent and expose its art treasures to the world. Then we’ll travel back to Maryland for a visit to Galerie Myrtis to chat with several prominent art collectors who gathered to discuss the topics of cultural preservation through art collecting, connoisseurship and philanthropy. Based in Baltimore, Galerie Myrtis features works by African, African-American and emerging artists with a mission to utilize the visual arts to raise awareness for artists who deserve recognition for their contributions in artistically portraying our historic and cultural landscape; and recognize art movements that paved the way for freedom of artistic expression.

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