‘Senzeni Na?’ – Treasury staff sing as Pravin Gordhan arrive for final meeting

Mcebisi Jonas and Pravin Gordhan

What have we done?”– Treasury staff burst into song as Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and his deputy arrived for their final meeting after the Cabinet reshuffle. “Senzeni Na?” (also spelled Senzenina, English: What Have We Done?) is a South African anti‐apartheid folk song. The Xhosa/Zulu language song is commonly sung …

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Face to Face with Thabo Mbeki

In 2014 Peter Bruce, editor in Chief of Financial Mail magazine and Business Day newspaper, in South Africa sat down with former president Thabo Mbeki. He completed a Masters degree in economics at Sussex University in 1966 and was the 2nd democratically elected president after Nelson Mandela. Here’s some comments …

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Confirmed: Obama’s Birth Certificate Not Authentic 2012

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said President Barack Obama’s birth certificate is not authentic. Arpaio revealed the findings of a investigation into the president’s birth certificate at a 1 hour and 20 minute news conference Thursday, calling the certificate “suspect.” Arpaio’s team of investigators said they found that the long-form …

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Africa for Ron Paul 2012

Hope is coming for all of us, Africans, Americans, Asians, Arabs and Europeans. Here’s a comment from this Youtube video which says it all, “The entire political system is NOT fine-tuned for minorities to cherish and gain power, instead we have been 2nd or rather 3rd class citizens, evidence shows …

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The torture of Credo Mutwa and the theft of the Necklace of Mysteries

David Icke and I (Bill Ryan) recently met with Credo Mutwa, the great Zulu shaman, healer, and keeper of African tradition. He told us a horror story. The short version of what happened is this. A few months ago, earlier in 2010, Credo was being pestered daily over the phone …

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