Category Archives: Famine


Skilled Boers denied work: Starve in SA streets

Many tens of thousands of skilled Afrikaner workers are forced to search for food, and sleep on streets of their beloved Pretoria – the city of their forefathers: with black-ruled South Africa’s bevy of anti-white laws; the ruling-ANC regime denies whites ALL means of survival such as jobs, food-aid.

Poor Afrikaners on streets of Pretoria strangers in own land

Poor Afrikaners on streets of Pretoria strangers in own land

Afrikaner whites have become strangers and outcasts in their own land: denied any rights to food-aid, denied government benefits, and especially denied access to the job market. Just as the nazis did to the Jews, the ANC regime also created genocidal laws denying whites all the means of survival in South Africa, the land of their birth. Many tens of thousands of skilled but legally-unemployable teachers, medical workers, municipal workers, electronic-engineers, mining engineers, IT-specialists and office workers are not allowed to work n South Africa at all: only because of their paler complexion: they are barred by LAW from the labour market because of the ethnic group they belong to, and because of the language they speak. This picture and many others were taken on August 24 2011 on the streets of Pretoria by military-analyst Pieter Oosthuizen, author of the book about the Afrikaner Genocide – he has been keeping a detailed record of the ongoing genocide of his people.

View – Streets of famine: The Genocide of Afrikaners
View – Farmitracker



Solidarity trade union has a long register of names of top-skilled, experienced people who are available for work – but refused jobs in the country of their birth because they are white: Are you looking for a reliable, well-trained, hard-working employee (anywhere in the world)? Contact Solidarity.

There also are many job-seekers at BOERENTREPRENEUR


Poor Afrikaners on streets of Pretoria



Poor Afrikaners Pretoria Streets Sleeping in Plastic Bag

Poor Afrikaners Pretoria Streets Sleeping in Plastic Bag

Sleeping inside a plastic bag: one of the security measures whites in South Africa need to take if they want to survive each night.

Pictures by PIETER OOSTHUIZEN: Neo-Genocide: Streets of famine – The Genocide of Afrikaners


Can Family Gardens Beat Hunger In South Africa

No commercial farmers were invited to the Flemish govt-funded chat-group which is planning to — wait for it — ‘overcoming hunger in SA by growing food at household level…’

The Flemish government is funding a chat-group at the elite Southern Sun Hotel in Pretoria on 30 June 2011 on the subject of ‘overcoming hunger’ – to which commercial farmers have not been invited. The ‘Southern Africa Trust’ and the ‘Institute for Democracy in Africa’ will host a ‘public policy dialogue on food security’. Its panel discussions are focusing on ‘achieving household level food security for people who grow food in smallholdings’

Less than 14,000 food-cropping commercial farms left on less than 0,5% of the total SA land surface… yet Winnie still wants to grab more land…

By 2006 12,4-million black people got poverty-grants, food-aid in South Africa

By 2006, South Africa’s shrinking number of taxpayers already paid R56.8-billion in poverty-grants to 12.4-million poor black recipients (one-fifth of the black population). While chronic hunger and malnutrition didn’t exist among the population when SA and Zimbabwe had well-run, and interlinked commercial agricultural sectors before 1994, hunger has now become very real for many tens of millions of people throughout the southern African continent — only due to Zimbabwe’s distrastrous approach to agriculture and South Africa’s Land distribution scandal

By 2010, it’s probably news to most people that despite all its constant threats of ‘land-confiscation without compensation, the ANC-regime has already ‘absorbed’ close to 65,000 of the 85,000 Boer farms. One would think that it would be enough, even though ninety percent of those state-farms are producing no food whatsoever and are idle and empty.

Food-parcels from the government dumped uneaten by black workers at Medupi power station


90% of all the ‘redistributed farms’ are idle

In South Africa, one can only fully understand why its food-production has dropped so rapidly over the past 19 years when it is realised that a total of 1,155,508 land parcels in the SA Deeds Registration System already were state-owned land by 2010 – of which 1,085,084 parcels were urban sites, a fulll 64,976 sites were farms and 5,448 were ‘agricultural holdings’. And now, the regime is planning to go for the ‘smallholdings,’ holding out the claim that the country’s food-production can be managed ‘at household levels on smallholdings’.

  • The ANC-regime wasn’t even hanging its head in shame when it admitted on March 31 2010 that a full ninety percent of all these state-owned land parcels, their socalled ‘redistributed farms’, produce no excess food whatsoever. Yet they still want more land… to do what with?
  • It’s not as if the regime didn’t know that only a dramatic increase in food production would help South Africa survive this decade: In November 2007, one of the country’s most experienced former military commanders and analysts, ret.Maj-Gen Chris van Zyl, warned in a lecture hat the growing Southern African food-crisis was already creating massive political unrest throughout the southern African region. “People were now on the move by the many millions – mostly into South Africa from the rest of Africa, he warned: “This is the largest migration on the African continent now occurring right now in South Africa, where many millions of famished Africans arrive in their desperate search for survival”. The UN-sponsored news agency IRIN reported in May 2007 that many millions of South Africans were ‘struggling to cope with the country’s soaring food prices’.

Six percent of entire land-surface was EVER suitable for food-cropping

In 1994, there were more than 85,000 privately-owned, food-producing farms in South Africa, which employed more than 1,6-million workers, who lived on the farms with their families. These farms produced excess-food on less than FIVE PERCENT of the entire surface of the country. They provided most of Southern Africa with affordable, wholesale and highly nutritious staple food. In fact between the hard-working, skilled group of Zimbabwean and South African commercial farmers, southern Africa had NO famine or food-shortages or malnutrition whatsoever.

Only 1,000 grain-farmers left in South Africa by 2010

By 2001, fifty-six percent of all the total land-surface in South Africa already belonged to the State – which in turn allocates land-use-rights certificates to black families; while 44% of the land including in the cities and towns, was in the hands of white people. By 2010, the Grain-SA Cooperative reported a membership of only 1,000 grain-producing farmers in the entire country. The rest of the members in the Transvaal Agri-Union TAU and Agri-SA produce other food-crops and products from livestock – while many commercial farmers who still manage to hang on to their land, also turned to the lower-overhead wildlife-farming and game-lodge tourism and hunting industry.

The CIA observations from space have also registered the fact that less than 0,5% (one-half of a percent) of the entire South African land-surface now is still being used for irrigated agricultural-production.

Yet despite all these harrowing facts, the South African government is still going full-steam ahead with its land-nationalisation programme. And this is done despite the fact that the government does not even know the exact extent of state-owned land-sites because of its faulty record-keeping at the SA Deeds Registration System, as was pointed out by the Chief Surveyor-General of the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform on 31 March 2011.

2011 – No more than 14,000 privately-owned, registered commercial farms remain

However what this careful survey of these disreputable records in the SA Deeds Registration Office did reveal, was that there’s considerably more land owned by the State than they want to admit to: from the original 85,000 privately-owned food-producing farms (“Boer farms”) , no more than 14,000 farms and smallholdings now are registered as being ‘white-owned commercial agricultural sites’- all the other farms are in the hands of the State already.

Farming in South Africa is the most dangerous job in the world

Venter Charl 11 Boer Genocide Monument Potgietersrust June 4 2011

Producing excess food under the present dangerous conditions in the countryside also has many farmers pull out and sell up – especially after the farmer or a member of his household has been murdered. It clearly is increasingly difficult for these farmers to continue producing food while large numbers of armed gangs from the cities endanger their families and attack their homesteads. putting their farms under virtual siege.

Out of 3,800 rural murders targetting whites, 1,489 were commercial farmers

Out of the more than 3,800 murders recorded in rural regions of South Africa since 1994 up to April 27 2011, a total 1,489 were commercial farmers, registered members of either the TAU or Agri-SA.

By 2006 12,4-million black people got poverty-grants, food-aid

By 2006, South Africa’s shrinking number of taxpayers already paid R56.8-billion in poverty-grants to 12.4-million poor black recipients (one-fifth of the black population). Empoverished indigenous whites are denied all this government-largese however – by law.

Now the Flemish taxpayers are funding a little left-wing chat group which is going to bend itself over the ill-fated idea of having 50-million South Africans growing food in their own patches of dirt – to provide food only for their own households. Meanwhile the three centuries of farming-experience and agricultural-skills in one of the most arid farming-countries in the world are being tossed out of the window.

South Africa has to feed more than 50-million ‘legal’ residents and some 10-million ‘illegal’ black African residents. It’s going to be an interesting exercise in human ingenuity to try and get each of these individual households – including in the overcrowded squatter-camps – to grow their own food consistently so that they feed only themselves.

Communists have always been the worst farmers in the world – and caused the largest famines

It is being claimed in the pre-publicity for this lavish Flemish-funded event on June 30 that ‘many efforts to build food security in Africa give attention to the supply of staple foods at a country level, with little or no attention to food security for families at a household level – where hunger becomes a reality.”

Financed by the Flemish taxpayers, the chat-group is planning to hold ‘in-depth discussion on the strategic importance of people who grow food in their homesteads (smallholder farmers), if we are to overcome hunger in southern Africa.”

Apparently, ‘studies will be presented that show the productive potential and economic viability of smallholder farming and explore the obstacles and limitations faced by smallholder farmers.”

And they trot out all the same old marxist propaganda: with the old saw that ‘the proportion of undernourished people in sub-Saharan Africa stands at about 30 percent with the proportion of people with insufficient daily calorie intake increased from 29% to 76% in Congo and a rapid growth in the number of underweight children in South Africa.”

They hold out much hope with claims that “smallholder farmers can reduce hunger where it matters immediately – at household level – “if they are supported to increase food production; and that ‘ too little attention is given to household-level farmers. We need a forum like this dialogue to reflect on these issues and agree on the best way forward with all the different role-layers,” claimed Themba Mhlongo.

No commercial farmers have been invited as panellsts – but the names of some participants have already been revealed. Present will be Lindiwe Sibanda from the Food Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN); Moses Shaha from the Eastern and Southern Africa Small Scale Farmers’ Forum (ESAFF), Russell Wilderman from IDASA, Tendai Murisa from TrustAfrica, and Ishmael Sunga from the Southern Africa Confederation of Agricultural Unions (SACAU). It’s not known how good they are at producing food at ‘household levels’ but hey – miracles at times do occur.

Contact: Mpho Kgosidintsi
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Winnie wants ‘more land reform’ – so what did they do with those other 64,000 plus other farms?

FAO world hunger map ignores famine in South Africa

Rural murders by militia-gangs 1994 to April 27 2011 specifically targetting whites: (updated daily)

Murders of whites in rural and urban areas of South Africa:

SA Land Deed Registration Survey report to Parliament, March 2011:

Transvaal Agricultural Union of South Africa, objections to proposed Land Tenure Tenancy Bill:

239-million Sub-Saharan people suffer severe hunger:

SA agriculture collapses, famine spreads:

Largest migration of hungry, empoverished people in Southern Africa in its entire history: warning”


June 1 – 4 2011: bloody days for Boers

Three white people murdered first week of June 2011: a female car-guard, an African curios dealer-farmer; and a frail old man…

Chantelle Vorster car-guard, shot dead outside shop, Church street

Vorster Chantelle shot dead Car Guard June4 2011 Pretoria

Vorster Chantelle shot dead Car Guard June4 2011 Pretoria

2011-06-05 – Pretoria. Mrs Chantelle Vorster, 26, who worked as a car-guard at the Kit Kat CashCarry in Church Street, Pretoria West, was shot dead trying to save the lives of a businessman and a security guard. The two men were attacked by two armed black men when Mrs Vorster stormed in, trying to help them. The guard was shot in the knee while a man was robbed at gunpoint of R92,000 in cash. (source: Gerhard Pretorius, Beeld).

Mrs Vorster leaves her husband Marko and a six-year-old son. An eye witness described to Mr Pretorius that ‘Chantelle rushed up and the next minute I just heard gunshot and she fell. I could not believe it,’ said the man, his hands still trembling.Mrs Vorster’s employer Ahmed Gani, the MD of the business, has extended his sympathy and condolances to the Vorster family. He also offered a R50,000 reward to anyone who could provide information leading to the arrests of the gunmen.”It is a terrible thing which happened here. It’s unnecessary for someone to die. When the shots were fired, everybody fell flat and hid.’Her immediate supervisor Mrs Henta du Plessis said Chantelle ‘was one of the friendliest people I knew. Always working hard, always a smile on her face. It’s horrific that she died that way.’ SAPS capt Bonginkosi Msimango said the gangsters also robbed another person inside the shop of R30,000. The security guard was in stable condition at hospital. The police captain said the murderers got clean away. ‘We are following up all leads’ he said.

Ex-security man Robert Cobb, 92, tied up and murdered, Alberton

Cobb Robert 92 murdered Alberton June42011 Beeld

Cobb Robert 92 murdered Alberton June42011 Beeld

2011-06-05 –  92 jarige mnr. Robert Cobb, who used to work in the security services, was found murdered, presumably strangled to death, in his Edward Avenue, Randhart, Alberton home on June 4. He had been trussed up hands-and-feet. He was last seen alive on Thursday. (story by Wolfram Zwecker, Beeld).

A long-time girlfriend, Ms Wendy Dagnin, who saw him regularly and also bought his groceries for, said his sons, Paul and John, contacted her from the UK where they have lived for the past ten years, saying they were unable to reach their father by cellphone. “Their father usually phoned them every Friday or Saturday,’ she said. “I last saw him Wednesday when I visited him. I stopped by as frequently as I could to see if he needed something and would buy it for him,’ se said. She went to the house after receiving the SMS messages from the sons and found the murdered man’s body at 9:30am.  SAPS lt-col  Lungelo Dlamini said Mr Cobb was also seen on Thursday by neighbours. It is suspected that he was attacked on June 4. The outside stoop lights were still burning, wrote Zwecker. “It is suspected that Mr Cobb’s own handcuffs were used to restrain him. He used to work in security. shoe-laces were used to tie up his feet.A blanket was tied over his head. There were two laptop computers missing and apparently also his watch.Mr Cobb lived alone: his housekeeper disappeared about a month earlier. The Animal Welfare Society picked up Mr Cobb’s fox-terrier yesterday.

Canadian-born farmer Frank Gaudin 73, tortured to death on his African Artifacts farm near the historic Blaauwbank goldmine – wife Sandra was also murdered in their homestead on Dec 23 2008.



The international wholesaler in African curios ran the Wild Animals and Bird Haven Farm on Main Road, Blaauwbank in Randfontein. Nothing seemed stolen: even his cars were at the farm.  Five months earlier, one of two Mozambiquan brothers accused of Sandra Gaudin’s murder was sentenced to life; the brother remains at large… Mr Gaudin was an international wholesale dealer in African curios whose business was located in the same region as the historic Blaauwbank Gold Mine. His wife Sandra was also murdered there on December 23 2008. Gaudin, 73, was found tortured to death, hidden inside a crack of a rocky overcrop on his farm. SAPS capt Appel Ernst of Randfontein confirmed that Mr Gaudin’s mutilated body was found at 5pm. Ín January this year, Judge Gerhard Hatting sentenced one of the two Mozambiquan brothers who killed Mrs Gaudin, Teleo Valente Matimbe (25) to a lifetime in prison at the Johannesburg High court. The brother remains missing.  Revenge for the sentencing is not ruled out as a motive, according to well-informed sources .Mr Gaudin’s neighbours reported the farmer-businessman missing on Friday-morning at the Randfontein police station and a massive man-hunt was launched for him. All his vehicles are still on the farm. Even the dams were pumped empty to determine whether he may have drowned, she said. Beeld was unable to confirm reports that Mr Gaudin had been trussed up tightly, and that rags were tied over his head. The police would not provide the death cause until a forensic examination had confirmed it, said Capt Ernst. His only son in South Africa, Paul Gaudin, 34 of Vanderbijlpark said the family is horribly shocked and traumatised. ‘Nobody deserves to die like that,’ said the son. He said his father started the business, African Artifacts Farms, in 1973. He built it from scratch and built up a successful enterprise. I will always remember by dad as a hard and direct man, a good businessman.’ Two sons from his second marriage Frank, 37 and Michael, 32, are expected in SA from Australia. Mr Gaudin is also survived by a son from his first marriage, Mark.

The police investigating officer is lt.col Gert Kruger, tel 0112788100 or 0824132635


Anthony Ryan, 12, saved family from armed robbers, Farmall smallholdings, Fourways

RYAN Anthony 12 saved family from 4member gang June12011 Farmall Fourways

RYAN Anthony 12 saved family from 4member gang June12011 Farmall Fourways

June 1 2011 – Fourways, South Africa. Twelve-year-old Anthony Ryan has all the makings of a hero.  The young man’s hobby, studying military situations, helped him reacting quickly: fleeing from his home from four armed black robbers: hiding in the bushes  and calmly alerting the security provider for his family’s Farmall, Fourways property. It’s not known why the incident was only reported two weeks later. (source Heather Ruddock,”This is a very special case,” said Michael Boshoff, division manager for the security company, “Anthony is obviously a very brave little man, who kept his cool in a frightening situation. It isn’t often that children take this kind of initiative. Unfortunately the perpetrators escaped but the family is safe.

“Said Ryan: “We are very proud of our son. He studies military situations (among other hobbies of motocross and squash) and applied them to the crisis.” The boy hid in the bushes, out of sight of four armed black men, while he phoned his family’s security provider on his cellphone, He was able to follow the correct security procedure that had been issued by the company via SMS to all households in the area. Anthony’s father, Rob Ryan, said the armed men had tried to enter the house but were disturbed by the family’s dogs. “My wife and I were outside and my son was in the house, when he heard the dogs bark.” Anthony told the  “When I heard the dogs bark, I jumped out of the window and hid in the shadows. I saw the criminals and called for help on my cellphone. One of the criminals started coming towards me and I slipped into the bushes and was silent as he ran past.” Anthony waited behind a wall for a few moments, and when he peeped over it he saw his father and mother were safe. “I realised the criminals had run away,” he said. “My parents had also phoned for help. I jumped over the wall to them and it was like a family reunion.” Rob said that security officials arrived within minutes in several cars, and with a sniffer dog and medical back-up.

Sasolburg cop-gang wages reign of terror against white smallholders warns judge C J Musi

Sasolburg. A judge who jailed the killer who confessed to murdering Sasolburg Club 40 manager Ignatius Michael Grobler is a worried man.

Regional court Judge C J Musi noted with ‘deep concern’ that most of the SA cops who run a mysterious killer-robbery gang which targets white smallholders, are still at work – and most are still on active duty.

Boer Genocide Monument Ysterkoppie N1 Pietersburg 2000 more crosses for murdered farmers June 4 2011

Boer Genocide Monument Ysterkoppie N1 Pietersburg 2000 more crosses for murdered farmers June 4 2011

The cops get off scott-freeJudge Musi said only one killer – the one ‘civilian’ member of this killer-robbery gang, 23-year-old Moses Sechaba, appeared in Musi’s courtroom this week, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for his participation in the murder of Ignatius Michael Grobler, and for 15 counts of attempted murder and armed attacks against a large number of white smallholders in Sasolburg, Vaalpark and Denysville between Nov 2009 and Oct 2010. And from all accounts, this group is becoming large and bolder: recently attacking 15 more smallholders in this region, driving up openly in marked ‘police-response patrol vans.’ .Musi said he ‘understood why Sechaba was too terrified to reveal the names of the gangster-cops who drove him around in police cars…’

Worried Judge C J Musi: “Of those police-officers who formed part of this armed robbery-gang have never been arrested nor charged…’

  • 23-year-old Moses Sechaba had a lot of help in his life of crime: he had local cops drive him to his targets in police cars. Judge C J Musi worried that the cops were not yet arrested nor charged, while sentencing Sechaba for the murder of Ignatius Michael Grobler at Club 40 outside Denysville. “Of those police-officers who were part of this attack-gang, have never been arrested nor charged’, said Musi when sentencing Sechaba. Sechaba also broke in at a large number of white-owned smallholdings in Sasolburg, Vaalpark and Denysville between Nov 2009 and Oct 2010.*(source: Johan Brits, Volksblad)”

” Sechaba worked in a gang, and a group of police-officers formed part of that gang, yet he’s the only one before this court. Sechaba was transported in police vehicles, stolen articles were loaded in police vehicles and official police vehicles were used as getaway-cars,’ said the judge. “Some of those police officers are still in custody, while others actually are still working as police-officers.’

“And one of his comrades-in-crime who visited Sechaba in prison, knew exactly what the gangster had said in his confession to the police”, the judge pointed out: “This means that this police officer must have had access to the investigation-dossier. That bothers me, that bothers me a lot,’ said Musi.

“While Sechaba was in detention, some of those police officers also visited him in the police cells to try and intimidate him. “I understand why you fear for your life. I understand why you will not name the names of specific police officers as fellow-criminals in an open law court,’ the judge said. Sechaba was found guilty of fifteen counts, including the murder of Mr Grobler; armed robbery, possession of illegal firearms and ammunition and attempted murder. He was sentenced to 29 years in prison – of which he was ordered to serve 25 years minimum.

14th violent attack by armed militia-gangs in Sasolburg police-vehicle:

In the month’s 14th such violent attack by armed militia-gangs operating in police-vehicles, Dr Anton vd Walt and his family were robbed by ‘uniformed militia-gang in armed reaction-unit vehicle’:

On March 29 2011, Afrikaner resident Dr Anton van der Walt and his family were ‘robbed’ of just a few minor items of value at gunpoint at 9pm by an ‘armed-militia gang’ which managed to scale a live electric security fence at their Vaalpark, Sasolburg home. (source: Riata Nel, Beeld).

And this was the 14th violent attack by armed militia gangs targetting the Afrikaners of Sasolburg/Vanderbijlpark since June last year, according to Beeld. A week earlier, another family also was attacked in Lebombo Avenue, just a block away from the doctor’s house, and in a very similar way.

  • The heavily-armed militia-gang looked very ‘official’: they had arrived in an official armoured vehicle belonging to a SAPS armed-reaction unit. The medical doctor said he was watching TV with daughter Jana, 15, when the group of official-looking, armed black men walked through the sliding door, pointing their guns at the unarmed Afrikaner family. “Jana was ordered to sit down. The men demanded laptop computers, money and cellphones and wanted to know where my safe was located.’ They then stormed into daughter Amanda’s room while the 20-year-old was talking with a girl-friend on her cellphone. “When the men stormed in I thought they were from the armed reaction unit. The man said ‘everything was OK’ but then took my cellphone from my hand,’ she said. Amanda was also ordered to the TV room to sit with her family, and when Mrs Sanneke van der Walt walked in, she managed to push the silent emergency button which has a direct link to the SAPS armed-reaction unit..The family remained calm, sitting together in the TV room, and praying aloud with each other as the gunmen walked out, but not before one turned back and said “We are going now’. They only took five cellphones, a flatscreen TV and a wedding band, leaving many other valuables untouched.Shortly thereafter the family heard gun-shots ring out outside. Apparently the local police which were were patrolling the area, had followed the militia-gang in the armed reaction-unit vehicle, and had run into them as they left the family’s home.  A firefight between the two groups followed. Police believe one man was injured as one limped while running away. However – nobody was arrested and there was no mention in the news report whether the SAPS launched a pursuit-and search-team to try and trace the mysterious SAPS-vehicle. So once again they all got away…

Wikus van Zyl,  kidnapped, held captive 3 hours: Sasolburg, Parys, Sebokeng, Vanderbijlpark cops all refuse to investigate …

2011-01-04 – “Be happy you are alive – we can’t help you,’ said Sebokeng cops in the Free State….

38-year-old Wikus van Zyl of Parys went through a three-hour nightmare kidnapping ordeal, when six armed black males kept him imprisoned in a small house in the dusty, crime-infested Sebokeng township near Sasolburg, about 30km away from Johannesburg. One black man kept threatening to kill him, ominously running his knife across Van Zyl’s body.  The traumatised Van Zyl said he kept thinking of his wife, their two-year-old son and their unborn baby throughout his ordeal. And then to add horrific insult to injury, four police officers at four different police stations in the region then refused to help him lodge a formal complaint or to even investigate the house.They claimed “that could only be done at Sebokeng” – and Van Zyl was terrified of going back into the township. “I could show the police right now where that house is located in Sebokeng, I can identify four of the six men who held me captive,’ he said. I cannot understand why the police don’t want to help. It’s always as if they don’t feel like helping.’  Parys SAPS spokesman Maselela Langa claims it was all a ‘misunderstanding.’ “Let the man go and speak to the station commander,’ he added. Van Zyl got drawn into his ordeal after he had arranged to find a buyer for his bakkie, a Namibian man, and had arranged to meet the Namibian man at a dealership in Vanderbijlpark. The two men went to the bank after the buyer had viewed the car. The man claimed at the bank that he didn’t have the entire cash amount for the car and that another meeting would have to be arranged. This was done just before Christmas, again in Vanderbijlpark.

“The man already knew my car and as I arrived at the parking lot of the dealership two men climbed into the bakkie with me and told me to drive to Sebokeng. The prospective buyer was waiting for him there with five other men, who all claimed they were ‘police detectives’. They accused Van Zyl of smuggling diamonds and threatened to ‘arrest him’.

They took him to a small house and kept him inside, with the man with the knife threatening him while others kept on intimidating him demanding that he give them his bank card and pincode. “A sturdily-built man came to me then and told me I had to go with him. I thought to mysef well this is it, I am going to be murdered’.

The kidnappers then told Van Zyl to ‘drive away and never come back again’. The terrified Van Zyl’s ordeal with the cops started shortly thereafter when he stopped a police vehicle in Sebokeng. “Those cops told me I should be happy that I am still alive and that they can’t do a thing for me,’ he said. Then Van Zyl drove to the police stations at Sasolburg, Parys and Vanderbijlpark, where he also was turned away.

Hendrik Grobler, 35, paralysed from brutal beating by 3 black cops at garage

 cops terrorise white smallholders warns judge

cops terrorise white smallholders warns judge

Boilermaker Hendrik Grobler, 35: ‘ I twice told the cop I could not lie down on the floor because of recent back surgery. …..