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US President Trump signed anti-genocide act into law and is committed to send in Marines as a matter of national security interest – ANC & EFF you will soon be sorry for openly challenging him!

Trump has signed the anti genocide act into law on Monday, 14 January 2019! “U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday signed new bipartisan legislation committing the United States to preventing genocide.”

South Africans Abroad (SAFFAs) Abandoned By ANC Regime! Some Even Stuck in Foreign Jails, Unable To Get Documents From SA Embassies or Home Affairs!

When perusing the many online groups for communities of South Africans abroad, it soon becomes clear that the one single biggest problem for SA Expats (SAFFAs), or just those visiting or  travelling abroad, is getting Documentation or Identification from SA Embassies (DIRCO) or even Home Affairs back home! In many cases this documentation is vital in order to travel or remain legally abroad. Yes, we all know, and joke, that South Africa is now a barely functioning failed state, but to be told in an official communication by an SA Embassy, that you would have to wait up to THREE YEARS for a birth certificate, is, to put it bluntly, criminal! The Embassy even went so far as to recommend asking family back home to do it for you! Remind us again why we have a “government” and pay taxes?

24 Weird Things About South Africa according to a Canadian Expatriate living in SA

I’ve lived in South Africa for three years now, and if there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s that while I love it here, I’ll never fully understand this place. Without further ado, here are 24 weird things about South Africa… writes Canadian expat, living in SA,

South Africa is nothing like Australia, New Zealand or Canada – the number living in poverty is considerably higher – 23 million people!

SA has to compare itself with ‘like’ nations to understand its place in the world. When it comes to the economy, many South Africans seem to have a warped measure of where the country fits in among other nations and needs to keep in mind South Africa is now an African nation.

Kid from New Zealand forced to take off T-shirt at SA airport because there was a picture of a green snake on it!

A teenage boy was barred from passing the arrival point at O.R. Thambo Airport  because his favourite T-shirt caused consternation. The black shirt, available from Australia Zoo’s website, has a head of a green snake visible in front and the tail behind.

Foreign visitors are not safe in South Africa – Dutch tourist family holiday ends in nightmare after attack & hijacking in Lowveld area

A family of three Dutch tourists were hijacked near their home on Monday night.4 They were later rescued by foresters where they wandered in a plantation between Sabie and Hazyview.

Two missing South Africans in Vietnam organ’s may have been harvested

The two missing South Africans in Vietnam fit the same pattern of victims of organ harvesting, says Imtiaz Sooliman, founder of the Gift of the Givers. “From everything we’ve seen in these two cases, it doesn’t look like anything else. We hope there is another chance to save them, ”Sooliman…

VIDEO: South Africa Ranked The MOST Dangerous Tourist Country in The World For Solo Women Travelers, By Far! Stay Safe, Stay Away!

A study of the world’s most dangerous tourist countries for women traveling alone reveals the good, the bad, the ugly and then all three in one at the top of the list, or rather bottom: South Africa, which stands out head and shoulders above countries like Brazil, Mexico, Iran, Morocco,…

Ukrainian Tourist murdered and robbed while hiking in SA in broad daylight for his backpack on Chapman’s Peak scenic trail

A Ukrainian tourist was stabbed to death for his backpack on a scenic Hout Bay trail on Saturday morning.

Ivan Ivanov, 44, was attacked about 10m from the trail exit at East Fort on Chapman’s Peak Drive around 11.30am.

SA Bantu Protecting Rwandan Bantu Genocide Suspect? Majority Bantu regime in SA not co-operating with UN ICC – This is not the first time SA failed to assist in the arrest of fugitives sought by the UN court

The chief prosecutor of a UN tribunal on Wednesday accused South Africa of failing to co-operate in the arrest of a fugitive sought over his role in the 1994 Rwanda genocide. “Since August of last year, my office has been seeking urgent cooperation from South Africa in relation to the…