Sunday, October 8, 2017

Justice in Africa by Mila French

Justice in Africa by Mila French

Based on a true story, this epic tale tells the truth about South Africa in a riveting and spellbinding way!

Francois Fouché is a white Boer who is sent off to fight a war in Angola... only to return home to South Africa and find that all of his efforts seem to have been in vain.

But through his struggle against the wave of crime sweeping his nation and his battle against the forces of darkness which seek to destroy him and his loved ones, Francois discovers that every good seed he has sown eventually produces a beautiful harvest.

You won't be able to put this book down as you read about the series of events which leads to the stunning and violent conclusion; to Justice in Africa!

Publication Date: December 30, 2016

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Friday, October 6, 2017

South Africa’s National Police Commissioners since the year 1995 (Video)

Lt-General Lesetja Mothiba
Photo: Lt-General Lesetja Mothiba – The latest acting police commissioner appointed by President Zuma.

At time of posting South Africa has no permanently appointed National Police Commissioner. Ever since the last National Commissioner, General Riah Piyega, was found unfit and suspended, in June 2017, for having committed perjury at the Marikana commission of inquiry, only acting (substitute) commissioners have been appointed. The state of affairs is deplorable, considering that there are a number of highly qualified senior officers in the SA Police who are willing and capable.

The video featured below is best viewed with sound on!


A video-tribute to the Commissioners of the former South African Police (1913 - 1994) was published by Tia Mysoa, on 20 March 2014. The direct link to the video on YouTube is:

Friday, May 12, 2017

The Republic of Gupta: A Story of State Capture

The Republic of Gupta: A Story of State Capture

About the book: 

The Guptas rose to national infamy when a commercial airliner packed with guests for a family wedding was allowed to land at Air Force Base Waterkloof in 2013, sparking an onslaught of public outrage. Since then, they have become embroiled in allegations of state capture, of dishing out cabinet posts to officials who would do their bidding, and of benefiting from lucrative state contracts and dubious loans.

The Republic of Gupta  investigates what the Gupta brothers were up to during Thabo Mbeki’s presidency and how they got into the inner circle of President Jacob Zuma. It shines new light on their controversial ventures in computers, cricket, newspapers and TV news, and coal and uranium mining. The book explores their exposure by public protector Thuli Madonsela, their conflict with finance minister Pravin Gordhan, and the real reasons behind the cabinet reshuffle of March 2017.

Pieter-Louis Myburgh delves deeper than ever before into the Guptas’ business dealings and their links to prominent South African politicians, and explains how one family managed to transform an entire country into the Republic of Gupta. - Sourced from: Penguin Random House SA

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The Yellow-Bucket Marula Tree: A Mystery Solved! - Oct. 2013
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Pretoria’s Monument for Victims of Terrorism - July 2013
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Remembering The Battle of Delville Wood - July 2013
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