South African cricketer grovels.
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Cricket league requires all players to kneel as a stand "against racism."
Why would an employer prefer Afrikaners to blacks?
Racial harmony in the Rainbow Nation.
"White supremacy could only be ended once whites are dead."
We have no idea why.
Lessons for America?
VICE checks in on the Rainbow Nation's dysfunction.
Racial animosity in the Rainbow Nation.
In three years, the middle class shrank 56 percent. The "ultra poor" grew 54 percent.
1,400 ATMs were hit. There are 14.6 Rand to the Dollar.
Police are just as bad as the criminals in South Africa.
Our future? Or, considering what happened in 2020, already our past?
It's true in South Africa, too: When seconds count, the police are only minutes away.
A look at our possible future.
Indian immigrants fight back against black marauders.
NAACP lets the mask slip.
Black wealth-manager couldn't resist looting.
Startling good sense from a mainstream paper.
South African farmers manage to keep the country fed.
Is this the end point of Critical Race Theory?
"South Africa did everything that is being done in America right now."
Is President Ramaphosa better than President Biden?
"Defence squads" are now patrolling suburban neighborhoods.
Looters ransack over 200 shopping malls.
Justice, the African way.
The latest from South Africa.
A South African responds to an AR reader.
Afrikaners: a history of triumph and tragedy.
White-owned company sues city for failing to provide water and electricity.
Cell phone videos show what the mainstream won’t.
The Rainbow Nation gets a little darker.
Another day, another white farmer killed.
A grim report on why South African whites can no longer rely on the police.
Another day, another farm murder.
Eight killed last week near Johannesburg. Foreign media are silent.
Act while you still have time.
"[A]nti-white ideology is not to be conflated, as conservatives habitually do, with Marxist ideology."
Farmer Left Paralysed by Violent Robbery in South Africa 20 Years Ago Is Tied Up and Murdered in His Wheelchair
Family friend wonders: "How much more evil can you get?"
The ashes of Western Civilization.
It's hard to see the rainbow when the lights are out.
Black ANC leader: "No naturalised foreigner should qualify to be a public representative."
What to do about it.
South Africa First leader: "Every foreign national that came to our country since 1994 must be deported."
Happy Day of the Vow.
Forty-nine farmers were murdered in South Africa last year.
Sociologist calls for racial wealth redistribution to avoid South Africa's "hyper-racial inequality."
This "context" must be considered when adjudicating "hate speech."
Black nationalists brawl with white parents over the party.
Arrest warrant issued for the ANC secretary general.
Even black nationalists can tell the difference.
"We want our land and everything that comes with it."
Anger over South African farm killings boils over.
Hundreds of Armed Black Protesters Face Off with White Farmers as South African Town Braces for Bloodshed
EFF: "We must strike fear in the hearts of racists, they must never be comfortable in our democracy."
Probably just the tip of the iceberg.
"Killings on farms are not ethnic cleansing. They are not genocidal."
Pushing the Afrikaner to his limits.
And then taking the first flight out.
They tried to force their way into the holding cells of two black murderers.
"This is yet another dark day in the history of South Africa for farmers."
“Where is the freedom that you are saying we got?”
The Put South Africa First movement wants immigrants deported.
Only three out of 17 rail lines are operational in the South African province.
There was another brutal farm murder.
Their slogan is #PutSouthAfricanFirst
What works for blacks works even better for us.
"In South Africa, a majority-Black police force is accused of abusing a majority-Black citizenry."
"Xenophobia affects all Black foreigners in South Africa."
Don’t be a white defendant.
The horror, the horror.
A slow but steady awakening.
It ended apartheid?
There were 128 farm attacks between January and June, compared to 13 for the same months last year.
It might be a myth, but believing it can still have dire consequences.