Why the ouster of Robert Mugabe is beneficial for Zimbabwe and for Africa as a whole

Before I start, I want you all to read the following carefully:

(Taken from the Facebook group “The Truth about South Africa”)

Bruce Brislin‎ posted to Rhodesians, Zimbabweans Worldwide Open group
Yesterday at 12:26pm ·

“We stand as spectators watching a continent tear itself apart and see the horror of it. Famines, droughts, floods and the epizootics that frequently follow them swallow uncounted numbers of people. They happened occasionally when we were there but strangely most people survived. Inter-tribal fighting and religion-driven genocides now mop up yet more and we shake our heads in wonder at what causes this. Some blame the Gods, others chance or luck, but few realize that the real culprit is the sense of entitlement that has been systematically inculcated into their psyche of today’s societies in Africa. Individuals are taught to believe that we have wronged them and must therefore be held responsible for all their ills; even the droughts and floods and the fact that they are being hunted down by their own countrymen; all the fault of the White man.

Well, we are gone now, for the most part anyway. We have been gone for nearly forty years. A huge percentage of the present populations never lived under a Colonial administration. Over a half of the entire population in some countries is under 17 years of age. We left everything behind, even some of our pets. We left our houses tidy, no litter on the streets, our gardens green and well-tended. There were dependable power supplies and clean water was taken for granted, all the hospitals functioned smoothly as did the schools – and the roads were safe and well maintained. The shops were full and no one needed to go hungry. Most able-bodied people had a job and earned money that had a real value.

I doubt these facts are recorded in the history textbooks of today. It wouldn’t do for the young to know that life was so good before we, the white men, the universal enemy, made our departure from the land we loved. It would be most inconvenient if this truth were known. In fact I doubt that most of under twenty years of age would be able to believe how good things were for their parents and their grand- parents; they have no experience of the plenty they enjoyed back then.

When bright faced charity workers stop me in the streets to beg for money to send to bail out the impoverished masses of Africa, I shall decline. To send any form of charity serves only to perpetuate the evil that is that omnipresent sense of entitlement.

Those societies that grew fast on the health our medicines provided them and on the food our farmers produced now double in number every twenty years. We were thrown off our productive land that now lies fallow or overrun with weeds. The orange orchards die for lack of care and water, and what grain there is, is now imported and expensive for individuals in a society where over seventy in every hundred people have no job.

Africa has chosen to do things ‘The African Way,’ to reject all that we brought with us, even our advice. It forgets that because of its expanding populations it needs our expertise more than ever; it has none of its own.

So be it. We are gone.”

That is the reality of Africa, where Anti White racism has destroyed most of the nations on the continent.

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Robert Mugabe: The worst Black and a true African Asshole!

Let’s face it: Mugabe is going down the drain! It’s a blessing that Mugabe has been ousted!

Yes, the nigger is offensive and rude! (Sorry for using that word but I can’t help but feel happy that the offensive anti White nigger has finally been ousted with a huge kick on his grumpy corrupt black ass! 😀 )

Now I will tell you why I am happy that Black Bastard is on his way out.

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Mike Campbell (left) and his spouse Angela Campbell (right) were savagely beaten by Blacks who invaded their farm and attacked them. The attackers belonged to ZANU-PF who tried to seize their farm illegally

Anti White sentiments are bullshit!

Yes, that is right and I will side with the WHite people. THey are the people who have helped improve our living standards: They invented the telephone, television, penicillin, medicines, Morse code, electricity, industrial revolution, computers, mobile phones, video games and so much more including the car and the aero plane.

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A white Zimbabwean family facing worry after their farms were set for illegal seizure at the hands of Mugabe’s criminals!

Robert Mugabe had plundered the Zimbabwean economy! He had starved millions of Zimbabweans and has caused losses of billions of dollars to an impoverished economy. His anti WHite racism only fueled criminal activities and a hyper inflation driving Zimbabweans to the most critical levels of poverty, hunger, destitution, desperation, death and crime. Harare and Bulawayo have been turned into hellholes because Mugabe promised free lunch to the blacks.

Lets Face it: There is no such thing as a free lunch!

The Black Zimbabweans had been stereotyped as dumb and stupid, all because of the corrupt racist mentality of Robert Mugabe and his slutty wife Grace Mugabe. Zimbabwe is on the verge of extinction but Thanks to the Zimbabwean army the country has been saved!

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Zimbabwean people want all White Zimbabwean farmers to return back and help raise the Zimbabwean homeland out of ruins.

Zimbabweans have awaken! and they have made the smartest choice! They have ousted the criminal Robert Mugabe!

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Members of the central committee of ZANU-PF rejoice after sacking Mugabe. Anti White racism is now ending in Zimbabwe

I thank God that Zimbabwe has been saved and Thanks to the Zimbabwean army and its resolute stand: Jacob Zuma of South Africa has just shit his pants! 😀

Jacob Zuma is scared that his fat corrupt black ass is facing the slinger.

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Thanks to the Zimbabwean Army, the country has been saved!

I also Thank the Zimbabwean army for saving Martha O’Donovan. She did the right thing in insulting that bastard Mugabe and his wife (The most obnoxious Black whore in Zimbabwe). She did the right thing insulting Mugabe and his family because of decades of corruption, fiscal mismanagement, murders, crime, rape, assault, racketeering, bribery, slavery, malnutrition, hunger and farm attacks that have also poured into neighboring South Africa.

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Good Job Martha O’Donovan! You’re a hero! Kudos to ya’!

It’s high time that Zimbabwe and Zimbabweans take a stand against buffoons who spread anti White hatred! Its time that Zimbabwe rises back from the dead! Its time that Zimbabwe becomes an Agricultural Powerhouse and the heaven it used to be!

Time for Zimbabwe to be as strong as Rhodesia!

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Bye bye Mugabe! We hope you are dead!

Time for Mugabe to die and burn in hell!

Time for Zimbabwe to arise!

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Zimbabwean people all smiles!

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Time for Zimbabwe to be diverse and accept both coloureds and Whites as their own

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A Zimbabwean man showing support for his country and chanting against Robert Mugabe

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Zimbabwean people marching on the streets of Harare demanding Robert Mugabe to step down

Zimbabweans and the Zimbabwe army have saved their nation!

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Victoria falls in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe was once a very rich nation.

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Elephant rides at Zambezi National Park

Mugabe’s ouster will eventually bring back progress to the impoverished nation. The White farmers are not only the farming experts but also have fed the nation like a mother feeding its baby with love. The Zimbabwean people have awaken and have decided to save the nation from further tyranny.

Robert Mugabe is a cruel bastard! I am glad he’s out!

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Zimbabwean Soldiers satisfied at ousting Robert Mugabe

Bye bye Robert Mugabe! Burn in hell you corrupt buffoon!

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Robert Mugabe falls down!

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You can kill Mugabe dude! He’s all yours! Shoot him between the eyes!

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Even Gordon Ramsay hates Robert Mugabe!

Now, it is Jacob Zuma’s turn to fall down!

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Of mice & men: Is Neymar’s price tag of 222 million Euros justified?

DISCLAIMER: The views expressed in this post are solely my personal views. If anyone wishes to challenge them, please do so but in constructive ways. Thank You

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It made headlines in August 2017, Neymar leaves FC Barcelona and joins Paris St.Germain (PSG) for 222 million Euros!

Yes! Euros! 222 Million Euros!

Makes one wonder, No?
Well, it does make me wonder.

Yes, we do know that Nasser Al-Khelaifi owns Paris St.Germain through Oryx Sports Investment and that PSG has known to have purchased players such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Edinson Cavani, David Luiz, Marquinhos and Lucas Rabiot as well as Angel, Di Maria, Blaise Matuidi, Marco Veratti, Thiago Motta, Kevin Trapp, Julian Draxler and Yohan Cabaye.

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Ronaldinho? Well, he played there around 15 years ago before he joined FC Barcelona.

Point of discussion here is Neymar’s fee of 222 million Euros.
How is such a price tag justified?

First, lets take a look at the most expensive transfers in the history of football:

Pos. Player Clubs Year Fee
1 Neymar Barcelona – PSG 2017 €222m
=2 Ousmane Dembele Dortmund – Borussia Dortmund 2017 €105m (+€45m)
=2 Paul Pogba Juventus – Manchester United 2016 €105m
4 Gareth Bale Tottenham – Real Madrid 2013 €100.8m
5 Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United – Real Madrid 2009 €94m
6 Gonzalo Higuain Napoli – Juventus 2016 €90m
7 Neymar Santos – Barcelona 2013 €86.2m
8 Romelu Lukaku Everton – Manchester United 2017 €84.8m
9 Luis Suarez Liverpool – Barcelona 2014 €82.3m
10 James Rodriguez Monaco – Real Madrid 2014 €80m
11 Alvaro Morata Real Madrid – Chelsea 2017 €78.9m
12 Zinedine Zidane Juventus – Real Madrid 2001 €77.5m
13 Kevin De Bruyne Wolfsburg – Manchester City 2015 €75m
14 Angel Di Maria Real Madrid – Manchester United 2014 €74.6m
15 Zlatan Ibrahimovic Inter – Barcelona 2009 €69.5m
16 Raheem Sterling Liverpool – Manchester City 2015 €69.1m
17 Kaka AC Milan – Real Madrid 2009 €65m
18 Edinson Cavani Napoli- PSG 2013 €64.5m
19 David Luiz Chelsea – PSG 2014 €62.5m
20 Angel Di Maria Manchester United – PSG 2015 €61.6m
21 Oscar Chelsea – Shanghai SIPG 2016 €60.3m
22 Luis Figo Barcelona – Real Madrid 2000 €60m
23 Fernando Torres Liverpool – Chelsea 2011 €59m
24 Hulk Zenit – Shanghai SIPG 2016 €58.6m
25 Benjamin Mendy Monaco – Manchester City 2017 €58.2m
26 John Stones Everton – Manchester City 2016 €58m
27 Kyle Walker Tottenham – Manchester City 2017 €56.7m
28 Hernan Crespo Parma – Lazio 2000 €55m
29 Alexandre Lacazette Lyon – Arsenal 2017 €52.4m
30 Gianluigi Buffon Parma – Juventus 2001 €52m
31 Eliaquim Mangala Valencia – Manchester City 2014 €51.7m
=32 Alex Teixeira Shakhtar Dontesk – Jiangsu Suning 2016 €50m
=32 Bernardo Silva Monaco – Manchester City 2017 €50m
34 Anthony Martial Monaco – Manchester United 2015 €49.3m
35 Gylfi Sigurdsson Swansea – Everton 2017 €49.2m
36 Christian Vieri Lazio – Inter 1999 €49m
37 Gaizka Mendieta Valencia – Lazio 2001 €48m
38 Mesut Ozil Real Madrid – Arsenal 2013 €47m
=39 Juan Sebastian Veron Lazio – Manchester United 2001 €46m
=39 Rio Ferdinand Leeds – Manchester United 2002 €46m
=39 Ronaldo Inter – Real Madrid 2002 €46m
=39 Juan Mata Chelsea – Manchester United 2014 €46m
=39 Douglas Costa Bayern Munich – Juventus 2017 €46m
44 Christian Benteke Aston Villa – Liverpool 2015 €45.8m
=45 James Rodriguez Porto – Monaco 2013 €45m
=45 Joao Mario Sporting CP – Inter 2016 €45m
=45 Granit Xhaka Borussia Monchengladbach – Arsenal 2016 €45m
=45 Tiemoue Bakayoko Monaco – Chelsea 2017 €45m
49 Nemanja Matic Chelsea – Manchester United 2017 €44.7m
50 Leroy Sane Schalke – Manchester City 2016 €44m
51 Andriy Shevchenko AC Milan – Chelsea 2006 €43.9m
=52 Robinho Real Madrid – Manchester City 2008 €43m
=52 Radamel Falcao Atletico Madrid – Monaco 2013 €43m
54 Alexis Sanchez Barcelona – Arsenal 2014 €42.5m
=55 Rui Costa Fiorentina – AC Milan 2001 €42m
=55 Javier Pastore Palermo – PSG 2011 €42m
=55 Thiago Silva AC Milan – PSG 2012 €42m
=55 Jackson Martinez Atletico Madrid – Guangzhou Evergrande 2016 €42m
=55 Henrikh Mkhitaryan Borussia Dortmund – Manchester United 2016 €42m
=55 Mohamed Salah Roma – Liverpool 2017 €42m
=55 Leonardo Bonucci Juventus – AC Milan 2017 €42m
=62 Lilian Thuram Parma – Juventus 2001 €41.5m
=62 Corentin Tolisso Lyon – Bayern Munich 2017 €41.5m
64 Andy Carroll Newcastle – Liverpool 2011 €41.3m
=65 Pavel Nedved Lazio – Juventus 2001 €41.2m
=65 Shkodran Mustafi Valencia – Arsenal 2016 €41.2m
=65 Sadio Mane Southampton – Liverpool 2016 €41.2m
=68 Roberto Firmino Hoffenheim – Liverpool 2015 €41m
=69 Marc Overmars Arsenal – Barcelona 2001 €41m
=70 David Villa Valencia – Barcelona 2010 €40m
=70 Paulinho Guangzhou Evergrande – Barcelona 2017 €40m
=70 Sergio Aguero Atletico Madrid – Manchester City 2011 €40m
=70 Radamel Falcao Porto – Atletico Madrid 2011 €40m
=70 Hulk Porto – Zenit 2012 €40m
=70 Axel Witsel Benfica – Zenit 2012 €40m
=70 Javi Martinez Athletic Club – Bayern Munich 2012 €40m
=70 Eden Hazard Lille – Chelsea 2012 €40m
=70 Fernandinho Shakhtar Donetsk – Manchester City 2013 €40m
=70 Ederson Benfica – Manchester City 2017 €40m
=70 Federico Bernardeschi Fiorentina – Juventus 2017 €40m
81 David Luiz PSG – Chelsea 2016 €39.6m
=82 Michy Batshuayi Marseille – Chelsea 2016 €39m
=82 Antonio Rudiger Roma – Chelsea 2017 €39m
84 Didier Drogba Marseille – Chelsea 2004 €38.5m
=85 Michael Essien Lyon – Chelsea 2005 €38m
=85 Fernando Torres Atletico Madrid – Liverpool 2007 €38m
=85 Dimitar Berbatov Tottenham – Manchester United 2008 €38m
=85 Gonzalo Higuain Real Madrid – Napoli 2013 €38m
=85 Diego Costa Atletico Madrid – Chelsea 2014 €38m
=85 Eric Bailly Villarreal – Manchester United 2016 €38m
=85 Mats Hummels Borussia Dortmund – Bayern Munich 2016 €38m
=85 Andre Silva Porto – AC Milan 2017 €38m
=93 David Beckham Manchester United – Real Madrid 2003 €37.5m
=93 Luke Shaw Southampton – Manchester United 2014 €37.5m
95 Jackson Martinez Porto – Atletico Madrid 2015 €37.1m
=96 Filippo Inzaghi Juventus – AC Milan 2001 €37m
=96 Wayne Rooney Everton – Manchester United 2004 €37m
=96 Edin Dzeko Wolfsburg – Manchester City 2010 €37m
=96 Mario Gotze Borussia Dortmund – Bayern Munich 2013 €37m
=96 Arturo Vidal Juventus – Bayern Munich 2015 €37m

I know right! Pretty Expensive!
How much will Neymar earn at Paris St.Germain? 45 Million Euros per season.
Seriously?!

This is what it is. Sadly, the gap between different continents of the world exists. While more people die of drought, hunger, starvation, political lapse and conflict in Asia and Africa, the world of football is dancing and bathing in millions and billions of Dollars!

Manchester United made a big mistake of buying back Paul Pogba from Juventus Turin for 120 Million Dollars, and they received backlash from journalists over the amount of money paid, which should have gone to charity. Furthermore, with footballers earning insane amounts of money, they do pay taxes and pay money in charity and have given back a lot to their community. BUT, there are many whose families have been quite greedy and have never paid attention to anything but their greed. Take Emmanuel Adebayor’s case: He gave his family a mansion in Lome, Togo but when some greedy siblings started phishing money from him through lying, he had to shift his innocent younger siblings to England and France, and by helter skelter means, he either had to give them small businesses, pay for their education or keep them under his care. In short, greed is a killer indeed.

But what about Neymar’s case? FC Barcelona are suing him for a breach of contract. Will the transfer money shut them up?

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NOT JUSTIFIED AT ALL!!

The fee is insane!! It will not only drive the football inflation up! Merit will be dead! Ticket prices will shoot up and since Neymar comes from a 3rd world country, his family cannot live in Brazil peacefully.

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Current state of Neymar’s Brazilian fans

Have a look at Adriano Leite Ribeiro, what happened to him? Greed!

Neymar will no doubt perform well at PSG but he is now a traitor. Leaving FC Barcelona behind for no reason, even if Neymar will earn good, he has to pay taxes and for charity. In short, he can’t have it all because the greedy agents of football players and other intermediaries involved will actually cause the economic balloon of football to inflate til insane heights. Once it pops up, it will cause a meltdown of football clubs. All the big names, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Paris St. Germain, Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City, Glasgow Rangers, Celtic, Inter Milan, FC Barcelona, AC Milan, Ajax Amsterdam, AS Roma, Lazio, Liverpool, Chelsea, Napoli, CSKA Moscow, Sporting Lisbon, FC Porto, Galatasaray etc. will all face the economic meltdown.

Clubs cannot cover up the additional expenses that come afterwards. If most of that money went into just a transfer, then the agents will definitely be wanting more, tax authorities want more as well and that, intermediaries will charge their fees as well (Banks!).

What does UEFA’s Financial Fair Play regulations say about that? The regulations were made in 2011 as an effort to inhibit spending, stating that a team cannot spend too much more than what it earns, without facing any sanctions.

Paris St. Germain club president and owner Nasser Al Khelaifi believes his club won’t have an issue turning a profit.

“When you consider Neymar as a brand, maybe it won’t seem so expensive. I’m sure we’ll make more money than we’ve paid,” he stated in a press conference when Neymar was unveiled, referring to ticket revenues, championship earnings and new sponsorship opportunities.

Neymar fetched $263 million just to be transferred from one club to another.

His transfer fee in USD$ is 263 million

Like Seriously? can a welfare dependent Frenchman be able to buy front row tickets at Parc Des Princes just to watch Neymar play? Maybe Al Khelaifi forgot economics or is simply abusing his wealth.

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Marc Ganis, co-founder of Sportscorp (a sports business firm), is skeptical about Neymar’s transfer and money associated with it. He believes that it does not make any financial sense. Though, these superstars are outliers regarding their high value, but is their value really worth a value? or is it just an inflated price tag sellers put on to earn huge amounts? Metrics like a player’s performance, statistics, age, business appeal and reputation help collect data points that can really quantify the true price of a player, but since perception matters more than reality, the only measure of worth that counts is what someone is willing to pay, as put by Rory Smith in The New York Times.

 

Smith cited the case of the French midfielder Moussa Sissoko. When he was playing at Newcastle United last season, the club believed he was worth around USD$20 million. When La Liga powerhouse Real Madrid suggested that they were prepared to pay twice that amount, Newcastle increased its valuation and later transferred him to Tottenham Hotspur for close to USD$40 million.

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Another example is that of Anthony Martial. Manchester United agreed a USD$ 46 million deal in 2015 for the former AS Monaco sensation, with options reaching a total of USD$ 75 million. Though he had to prove himself a lot, at the age of 19, he had 15 goals across the last two seasons at Old Trafford. Despite the fair statistics, that amount of money wasn’t justified either, and even former Manchester United coach Louis van Gaal acknowledged the risk and labelled the price tag as “ridiculous” and a “reflection of the crazy world we live in.”

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Neymar’s transfer fee is economically dis-balancing, and sorry to say, the Sheikhs of the G.C.C nations are very unethical. The money they paid could have saved a country, a continent, a million lives and even the world.

 

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I’m not saying I hate the Arab Sheikhs, I am saying that they should spend that kind of money ethically and in much generous ways to help bring equality and equity in the world.

Sorry to say, today’s world of football has become quite unstable. Whatever happens next, billionaire owners investors will take notice and will try bargaining as well. When the time comes for them to spend their own money on players, they will continue to try to determine what counts as a fair price and even if they have to bargain, they will because no one wants to blow money away without any sense.

The future of Sydney: Rising societal & economic turmoil in Australia

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The Sydney Opera House & the Sydney Harbor Bridge at Dusk

Times are hard! and I do mean hard!

With reports of a recession looming around, with manufacturing nearing ground zero, tons of immigrants coming in and household debt per household rising sharply, the future of Australia and the future of Sydney in particular is at risk!

Despite the fact that the economy of New South Wales makes 33% of Australia’s GDP, having a population of approximately 7.7 million people, a large and growing domestic market and a highly developed & mature infrastructure, the Australian dollar has almost no value. In short, take it this way: You can get a sizeable McDonald’s meal in the U.S.A for almost USD$ 5 but in Australia, AUD$5 gives you a much smaller meal =(. Secondly, the value of commodity exports from Australia don’t mean much because not only have worldwide commodity prices plummeted to ground zero and basement levels but also, the financial value of commodities does NOT touch that of manufactured goods. SInce Australians have to import everything! virtually everything! high import taxes mess up the Australian wallet =(.

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The Sydney Opera House and Central Business District at night

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Night time view of Sydney’s street

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Bronte Beach in Sydney

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George Street, Sydney

New Year celebrations at Sydney Harbor

 

How far will services exports help sustain the Australian economy? Practically speaking, Manufacturing needs to return back to Australia!
South Australia once proudly boasted the assembly and production lines of Holden (which has now been sold to PSA Peugot-Citroen of France). During the 2008 Global Financial Crisis, thousands of industrial workers in Adelaide got laid off, with half of them training to become healthcare and sanitation workers while others got absorbed in the booming mining sector. From 2009 til 2011, the Australian Dollar was the world’s most expensive dollar, followed by the US Dollar. However, onward from 2012, the Australian Dollar plunged in value, thereby shooting the Australian inflation upwards.

What’s worse is that the Australian manufacturing sector dwindled due to the pro commodity prices of Kevin Rudd and Malcolm Turnbull governments. Tony Abbott has become even worse, winking at a pensioner who had to work as a phone sex worker to make her ends meet! =( I mean, is this the end of Australia as we know it? Asians are collective but given their ‘Anti White’ sentiments and the criminal attitude of the Arab Australians (Lebanese in particular) and Auburn becoming practically a slum, the future of Sydney now lies hanging by a thread. And if this isn’t resolved any sooner then ‘Bye Bye Australia’ is coming.

Tony Abbott’s sister is lesbian, yet he is homophobic. He treats asylum seekers as 5th grade citizens, called Canada ‘Canadia’ and does not believe in climate change. And yet, he has destroyed Australia’s manufacturing sector!

THe entertainment industry is in shambles. Netflix isn’t available in Australia, Good TV shows only air on paid TV (not present in most Australian households) whereas it is aired late on free-to-air TV months after it is aired in the U.S.A. Even if many foreign brands are present, prices for their products are still exorbitant!

Chris Hemsworth, Liam Hemsworth, Phoebe Tonkin, Claire Holt, Jai Courtney and Maia Mitchell have all relocated to the U.S.A. Question is, for how long will Sydney and Australia rely on New Zealanders and Eurasians from Asia?

Sexual assaults are on the rise in campuses of many Australian universities, Sydney in particular. And every one out of five students, mostly female, have endured sexual assaults and abuse on University campuses in Australia, and the Universities themselves cover the incidents up! You don’t believe me?! read the following news article!

Nassem Raad has shown no remorse for destroying dozens of graves at Rookwood cemetery. He has avoided jail and it is evident that Australia’s justice and judiciary are flawed!

How the hell did Nassem Raad, a deranged welfare dependent Arab Australian escape punishment and showed no remorse for destroying children’s graves in a Sydney cemetery? How dare that Arabian son of a bi**h!!!! How dare A**holes like him are allowed to live in Australia, be dependent on social security and are given citizenship of Australia as well!!!! Well, F**k it!! F**k Australia!!! I’d rather move to the U.S.A!!

 

Read the following!!:

http://www.news.com.au/national/nassem-raad-who-vandalised-kids-graves-in-rookwood-cemetary-sydney-avoids-jail/news-story/ba0e0475fa9d12d576113599fa973d54

 

Nassem Raad avoids jail despite showing no remorse over vandalising 70 graves. Picture: Seven News

The Arab Muslim f*** Nassem Raad has avoided jail, ordered to pay just AUD$ 63,450 in damages and denies his acts!! Fucking disgraceful!!

We have had it with the liberal hippies sitting in Canberra!! We Australians have had it!! Our own women are being raped, molested & sexually assaulted on University campuses!! We are continuously wasting our money on gambling!! We have no manufacturing, no decent jobs, no housing and our stupid government keeps on accepting refugees & immigrants who refuse to integrate!!!! Arab Australians are becoming terrorists by following Al Qaeda and ISIS!!!! Lebanese Australians rioted in 2005, and in the year 2000, Lebanese Australians raped innocent White Australian women!! what kind of fucking misogyny is that?! What the fuck is going on in Sydney?!!

Seriously!! Australians!! Stand up and give a fuck for all this!! Stand up and stop this from happening!! #SaveSydney and #SaveAustralia, else its too late!!

How bad is Erdogan for Turkey?

The heading is simple, and sensible. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, or Rotten Tyrant Erdogan as I would like to call him, is a controversial Turkish politician and incumbent President of Turkey, a full blown Islamist, an idiot and a turncoat who has now been blocked by both The Netherlands and Germany for his impractical political views and his so called Islamization of a great country like Turkey is putting Turkey in harm’s way.

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Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s incumbent president and a rotten cum authoritarian ruler

It is pretty evident that he is NOT the architect of Turkey’s economic miracle, and the Islamist rooted AKP Party, to which Erdogan belongs to, has launched scathing attacks on Turkey’s secular constitution and values, which can compromise the safety and sanity of Turkey.

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A graphical depiction of Erdoganism, a threat to Turkey’s character.

Erdogan rose from Councillor to Prime Minister through a controversial decision of the Turkish Supreme Court which allowed Abdullah Gul to become President. With Turkey reeling from 1.6 million Liras per 1 U.S Dollar, his finance minister Kemal Unatikan (late) took an I.M.F bailout package that helped eliminate 6 zeros from the Turkish Lira meaning 1.6 Lira per U.S Dollar for three years upto 2008. In the year 2010, the Turkish Lira was 1.3 Lira per U.S Dollar, and the conversion of Gecekondus (Slums) into decent Apartment complexes as well as new investments across an array of industries rose his popularity. Due to new found economic wealth, Turks were in the mood for compromising secularism but now its turned worse.

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Erdogan went to maximum lengths to ban social media in Turkey, especially Twitter.

The Turkish people are now divided and the recent coup attempt sparked fears over the loss of power of the Turkish Army. Many analysts accused Erdogan of fooling the Turkish nation using false coup attempts, falsehood and bribing army officers. Last year, 11 terrorist attacks took place in Turkey, a bomb blast at Istanbul’s Ataturk International Airport, A blast in Izmir and two blasts in Ankara perpetrated by the ISIS raised concerns over Turkey’s security. With the army unable to do much in Syria and tensions with Russia, Syria, Iran, The Netherlands and Germany rising where Erdogan was taking out rallies in his favor causing the European Union to ban him, Turkey is now in increased isolation.

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Another Graphical Depiction of Erdoganism. Erdogan must fall

#ErdoganMustFall at all costs. With rising number of terrorist attacks, with the Turkish army being attacked by Erdogan and his Islamist goons (especially incumbent Prime Minister Binali Yildrim, who literally has no clue about his position), Erdogan is increasingly becoming authoritarian and the Turkish people are behaving like sheep. Moreover, the business climate in Turkey has taken an uncertain turn with the Turkish Lira falling against Euro, U.S Dollar, Pound Sterling and Swiss Franc. Moreover, with Turks concerned about personal safety, internet censorship has taken an authoritarian stand as well Thanks to Erdogan, Turkey’s most rotten ruler in its modern day history.

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The failed coup attempt of 2016 was a hoax, a lie and a drama orchestrated by Recep Tayyip Erdogan himself

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May God Almighty save Turkey

Erdogan made matters even worse by shutting down family planning centers, saying it was the order of our Prophet to raise more descendants. Na’uzu billah, this is actually blasphemy and Erdogan himself is a fundamentalist who is actually turning Turkey into an Islamist garbage dump. Moreover, rights of women and children are at stake in Turkey whereas number of tourists visiting Turkey have fallen down and now, more Turks are thinking of leaving rather than returning.

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Erdogan’s increasing lust for power and authority will move Turkey towards oblivion and isolation.

Erdogan must fall, his Islamist ideas are ruining the society and economy of Turkey and furthermore, he is NOT a saint. he is an alleged blasphemer and is not even a proper Muslim. His idea of reconciling Islam and Democracy is resulting in authoritarian power and if he tries to compromise the secular ideology of Turkey then I will shoot him.

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Demonstrators shout anti-government slogans as one of them carry a placard with a picture of Turkey's PM Erdogan during a protest against internet censorship in Istanbul

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I hope the Turkish army rises up and overthrows him. I hope he and the entire AKP party are executed for what they have done to Turkey.

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#DownWithErdogan #ErdoganMustFall #DownWithErdogan #SaveTurkey #ShootErdogan #ErdoganOut #ByeByeErdogan

Why is the Australian Economy heading for a recession

For most of the time, we all thought that Australia is going to be the new economic frontier. However, such is not so as the Australian economy is showing worrisome signs that it is going to face a tailspin which will put it in the direction of both a recession and an economic meltdown. The dependence on services and the removal of manufacturing, coupled with the massive outsourcing which the U.S.A once did in the mid 2000’s is now putting Australia in a precarious position, on which the Australians are in denial and are somewhat defiant that such is not so. Despite the fact that manufacturing has still maintained presence in New South Wales, The shutdowns of the Toyota, Ford and Holden automotive plants as well as Mitsubishi’s plant shutdown in 2008 has hurt the Australian economy far more than anyone can imagine. Also, relying on imports from Thailand, China, India, U.S.A and other nations is definitely going to strain Australia’s finances and also cause political instability in Australia.

The theories and concepts of business process outsourcing and engineering in the U.S.A have been quashed, with thanks to Donald Trump’s protectionist and nationalist policies that have not only rebounded and restored American manufacturing but have also taken suit in Europe as well as Africa and certain Asian nations. India is benefiting from a strong manufacturing base for both domestic and international consumption which has made its economic base stronger. Despite China having billions in its treasury, excessive mining has damaged its landscape and rivers, where carcinogenic metals have leaked into river waters thus producing polluted fish, sinkholes, cancers in villagers and cancers in agricultural produce. Moreover, with dozens of Chinese export goods like vegetables, meat, rice and other things banned and blacklisted by most O.E.C.D nations, China is officially in deep trouble.

When it comes to Thailand, they have benefited from a previously strong base and are benefiting from a rising auto industry that earns billions and even trillions! Mitsubishi, Ford and Toyota were given entries but on the basis of joint ventures, with shared research and development and controlled industrial expansion which will now give Thailand an even improved base for starting its own companies in automotive industry (Vehicles, Parts, Equipment) as well as shipbuilding and other manufacturing sectors, and that too with less pollution. Being environmentally and economically responsible, Thailand has invested in all sectors of the economy, from education and healthcare to tourism. With the Australian Dollar falling, its time for Australia to realize its mistake and fix its struggling economy.

The following graphs will help indicate Australia’s so called economic miracle and how it is tumbling down

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Number of quarters the aforementioned economies endured without a recession since 1991

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Australia’s commodity exports (Mineral and Fuel) as well as prices of Iron Ore and Coal per metric ton

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The Australian Net Disposable Income has risen

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So did the wage rates til some time but the hourly pay has fallen, and is further decreasing to concerning extent

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Taking housing prices as a multiple of Annual Income, Australia has the most expensive housing market in the Anglosphere, the Southern Hemisphere and in the world as well as O.E.C.D nations

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Whats even more concerning is that the Australian household debt levels are rising each passing day, and are not stopping! They are continuously rising which indicate Australia will default on its debt in the future

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Australia is now relying on exporting services to save the balance of payments, which is certainly not possible. For that, Australia must restore manufacturing and export manufactured goods.

The problem lies in the policies of the Australian Government. The ambigious statuses of Rio Tinto mining corporation and BHP Billiton should raise alarms. They label themselves as multinationals, but with 2 headquarters (i.e. Melbourne and London for both) they both should be paying taxes in Australia and the United Kingdom but sadly, they just evaded Australian taxes whilst earning millions and billions off commodity exploration, mining, refining and export of minerals and even petroleum. Even if they are paying taxes in Australia, how come the British economy is ahead of the Australian economy? even after Brexit?

In 1991, Australia emerged from a recession, unemployment peaking at 11.1% and price of Iron Ore languishing at USD$15 per metric ton. John Howard, the leader of the consecutive party becomes Prime Minister in 1996 and decides to privatize state companies and reduce government spending resulting in strong export growth, stable Australian Dollar, good value of earnings coming from exports of both minerals and goods and manufacturing sector receiving good strength and investment. In the year 2001, Billiton plc of the United Kingdom agreed to merge with BHP of Australia, resulting in merger of two of the world’s largest iron ore producers. Two years later, China’s economy grows at an annual rate of 10 percent, giving a golden opportunity for BHP Billiton to earn billions from the export and sale of Iron Ore to China and Chinese businesses & Corporations, thereby making Australia a commodity strongman. 4 years later, in 2007, Kevin Rudd, a former Mandarin speaking diplomat who spent his formative years in poverty apologized to Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders for the way they were treated and promised closer relations with People’s Republic of China, which then give Australian businesses and corporations, leverages for outsourcing business processes to China and other nations in Asia.

However, a year later, the Global Financial Crisis appears, risking thousands of jobs and businesses, sending commodity prices spiraling downwards and BHP Billiton deciding not to acquire Rio Tinto thus ending BHP Billiton’s 18 month pursuit. Commodity prices rebounded in the year 2009, with Chevron approving the USD$ 37 billion Gorgon offshore natural gas project resulting in the Australian Dollar achieving parity with the U.S Dollar. In 2011, Iron Ore was priced at USD$190 per metric ton, and mining workers earning more than AUD$ 175,000 annually just for digging, excavating, running drills and transporting the ore. Laid off workers from the manufacturing sector eventually found work as miners in Australia’s booming mining sector. The strong value of the Australian Dollar at that time did not place much emphasis on investing in manufacturing, rather mining giants were enjoying billion dollar earnings from export of Iron Ore, Gold and other commodities to China and other industrial powerhouses of that time. However, in 2012, this scene took an unprecedented U-Turn when Fortescue Metals Group announced cost cuts, lay offs, roll over of company funded barbecues as well as reduction in mining operations which spell the end of the mining boom and the start of the devaluation of the Australian Dollar.

2013 was a worrisome year as Holden’s parent company General Motors announced the ceasing of production in Australia within a few years. Conservative Politician Tony Abbott became Prime Minister while Governor of the Australian Central Bank Glenn Stevens warned against relying too much on mining again and called for restoring manufacturing, citing reasons such as an unprecedented massive economic downturn and default. in 2015, the price of Iron Ore fell down to USD$ 37 per metric ton, which then plummets salaries in mining, leading to Liberal politician Malcolm Turnbull ousting Tony Abbott, with Turnbull promising to diversify the Australian economy. in 2016, economic indicators show Australia entering deflation and Malcolm Turnbull surviving the 2016 elections by a narrow margin, leaving his Government in a fragile position.

Apart from that, with Uber threatening to take over the Australian taxi sector, various municipalities planned on giving AUD$ 125,000 per taxi driver as golden handshake term deposits but that was overturned with massive protests from municipal taxi drivers and economists as well as the general public alike, who argued that not only will this further raise debt levels but also leave thousands unemployed. Furthermore, Uber’s cost mechanisms were revealed to be shady and Uber has been banned in many countries across the globe.

Australia is now earning from Higher education, seeing an influx of many foreign students, Tourism; generating millions from Chinese and other western tourists as well as high end defense and biotech manufacturing; which is facing challenges from high wages and low competitiveness. Furthermore, with the Chinese economy falling into recession, Australia looks more likely to fall into recession, political instability becoming visible and the housing bubble is also more likely to blow, sending housing prices even lower than that of the U.S.A, Canada and Hong Kong.

With Holden now taken over by PSA of France and more likely to be produced outside of Australia, coupled with the shutdown of Ford Australia’s and Toyota’s manufacturing plants in the state of Victoria, the Australian is officially in trouble. Though Aircraft parts are being manufactured in South Australia, the Australian economy is in trouble and now it needs to reorganize itself and bring manufacturing back or else, it will go down as among the worst affected economies ever.

Via The History Channel: The Black Tom Explosion

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Black Tom explosion. (Credit: Bettmann / Getty Images)

In the early hours of Sunday, July 30, 1916, an explosion, with the force of a 5.5 magnitude earthquake that could reportedly be felt as far away as Maryland, rocked Jersey City, New Jersey. Plate glass windows in buildings in Manhattan and Brooklyn were blown out, the Brooklyn Bridge shook and the nearby Statue of Liberty was pummeled with shrapnel. At first, investigators believed the catastrophe was an accident, but later investigations would show the disaster an act of sabotage by the Germans, who wanted to stop deliveries of ammunition to Allied forces in World War I.

Two years after the start of World War I, the greater New York region was a major hub of the American munitions industry, with “75 percent of all ammunition and armaments shipped from the United States to Europe went out within a radius of five miles of City Hall in Lower Manhattan,” according to “Sabotage at Black Tom” by Jules Witcover. It was Black Tom, once a small island, that was “the single most important assembly and shipping center in America for munitions and gunpowder being sent to the Allies,” Witcover notes, and “probably housed the most extensive arsenal anywhere outside the war zone itself.”

While the United States had not yet entered World War I and was officially neutral, American munitions dealers could legally sell to any of the warring nations. Most of the arms, however, were going to the Allies—Britain, France and Russia—because the British navy had blockaded Germany.

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Store windows broken in Black Tom Explosion. (Credit: Bettmann / Getty Images)

The first of the Black Tom explosions was felt at 2:08 a.m. followed half an hour later by a second blast. At least five people were killed, including a baby in Jersey City who was thrown from his crib, and there was an estimated $20 million—the equivalent of some $500 million today—in property damage.

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Wrecked warehouses and scattered debris attest to power of an explosion. (Credit: US Army Signal Corps / Getty Images)

The blasts also wreaked havoc at the site. As described by Witcover: “The Black Tom promontory was a charred ruin; 13 huge warehouses were leveled and six piers destroyed, and fires continued to eat their way through the remains and consume hundreds of railroads cars and barges tied to the docks. At one point, a huge cavern was hewed out of the earth by the explosions of some 87 dynamite-laden railroad cars. The blast excavated a hole so deep that it extended below sea level; water seeped in until a vast pond was created, strewn with the wreckage.”

In the aftermath of the explosions, law-enforcement agents quickly arrested officials from the railroad, storage company and barge business who operated from the Black Tom site. However, investigators were unable to determine whether the disaster was the result of safety violations by any of these officials. One thing the authorities initially seemed to agree on was that the explosions weren’t the work of foreign saboteurs. It would take years for a persistent team of American lawyers to find sufficient evidence that showed that in fact the disaster had been plotted by the Germans. The lawyers sued Germany in the Mixed Claims Commission at The Hague, and in 1939 won the case. Germany, under the rule of Hitler, failed to pay up and the settlement was renegotiated in the early 1950s. The last payment was made to Black Tom claimants in 1979.

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Fire raging at National Storage House, one of plants blown up by the explosion and spreading of fire. (Credit: Bettmann /Getty Images)

Today, the Black Tom site is part of New Jersey’s Liberty State Park. Nearby at the Statue of Liberty, a legacy of the disaster remains: Due to the damage the statue sustained on July 30, 1916, its torch has been closed to the public for the last century. Many have hopelessly and falsely associated this blast with conspiracy theories of the new world order but the fact of the matter is that this was a deliberate act of sabotage by the German empire eventually turning into Germany’s loss in the First World War.

Patent to allow Apple Pencil to work with a Mac trackpad now granted — via 9to5Mac

A patent application geared to allowing the Apple Pencil to work with Mac trackpads has today been granted.

 

Although the patent was originally filed back in 2014, it was only published in May of this year. As we mentioned then, the version of the Apple Pencil described in the patent is significantly more sophisticated than the current model, having the additional ability to work as both an air mouse and joystick.

Our usual patent disclaimer of course applies, so there’s no guarantee that it will ever be released, but this one would seem more likely than most.

Via Patently Apple

 

Republic of Ireland: A brave & hardworking nation and winners of our hearts :)

Dedicated to the UEFA Euro 2016 campaign of the Republic of Ireland (including previous participations in various international tournaments).

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An Irish fan celebrates Republic of Ireland’s goal during the UEFA EURO 2016 Group E match between Italy and Republic of Ireland at Stade Pierre-Mauroy on June 22, 2016 in Lille, France.

Soldiers are we,

whose lives are pledged to Ireland

Some have come,

from a land beyond the wave

Sworn to be free,

No more our ancient Sireland

Shall shelter the despot or the slave,

Tonight, we man the “bearna Baoil”

In Erin’s cause, come woe or weal

‘Mid Cannon’s roar’ and Rifle’s peal,

We’ll chant a soldier’s song

The opening game, versus Sweden. Norwich City playmaker Wes Hoolahan opened the scoring with a neat and daft curling shot from the left edge of the Sweden penalty area thus shocking Sweden to a shock start. the match ended in a 1-1 draw through an unlucky own goal through Ciaran Clark, but nevertheless it showed Sweden’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic why he must be more than just a club level swordfish.

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Wes Hoolahan (top right) opens the scoring for the Republic of Ireland in their Group E match against Sweden Photograph: Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic (left) and Robbie Brady go up for a header during the 1-1 draw at the Stade de France. The tournament was Zlatan’s last in a Swedish shirt; the striker retired after their elimination. Photograph: Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP/Getty Images

However, their fortunes were overturned in a 3-0 defeat to Belgium. Axel Witsel, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku were on Belgium’s scoresheet, Thus putting Republic of Ireland’s hopes of qualifying for the round of 16 in serious doubt. Nobody wanted the Boys in Green to bow out badly, but this tournament was full of surprises.

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Shane Long’s the meat in a sandwich tackle byThomas Vermaelen (left) and Toby Alderweireld during Belgium’s 3-0 win over the Republic of Ireland in Bordeaux. Photograph: Ray McManus/Sportsfile via Getty Images

BUT!

Who would have thought they would overcome Italy 1-0. Who would have thought Robbie Brady would score the game winner, many people even called Ireland’s rescue 1199 and told the fire department that Robbie Brady is on fire (meaning he scored Ireland’s late winner against Italy). Wow, the nation was in loads of Celebrations.

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Republic of Ireland supporters celebrate after Robbie Brady’s late winner against Italy seals the final place in the last 16. Photograph: Christopher Lee – UEFA/UEFA via Getty Image

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Shane Duffy of Republic of Ireland celebrates with James McClean of Republic of Ireland at the final whistle during the UEFA EURO 2016 Group E match between Italy and Republic of Ireland at Stade Pierre-Mauroy on June 22, 2016 in Lille, France.

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Stephen Quinn of Ireland celebrates victory after the UEFA EURO 2016 Group E match between Italy and Republic of Ireland at Stade Pierre-Mauroy on June 22, 2016 in Lille, France. Ireland won the match 1-0. (Photo by Bob Thomas/Popperfoto/Getty Images).

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Lille , France – 22 June 2016; Musician Richy Sheehy, from Carrignavar, Co. Cork, entertains Republic of Ireland supporters after their victory during the UEFA Euro 2016 Group E match between Italy and Republic of Ireland in Lille, France. (Photo By Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

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Robbie Brady of Republic of Ireland celebrates with teammate James McClean after he scored during the UEFA EURO 2016 Group E match between Italy and Republic of Ireland at Stade Pierre-Mauroy on June 22, 2016 in Lille, France.

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Robbie Brady of Republic of Ireland celebrates after he scored during the UEFA EURO 2016 Group E match between Italy and Republic of Ireland at Stade Pierre-Mauroy on June 22, 2016 in Lille, France.

June 22, 2016 was the famous day Republic of Ireland claimed a famous win over a fancied Italy who were dismantling their opponents in tactical fashion. Republic of Ireland were even congratulated by Italy and their coach Antonio Conte in a show of sportsmanship and respect. Republic of Ireland qualified by virtue of 3 points and 2 goals scored in 3 matches despite conceding 4 goals but their 3 points and 2 goals scored were more than that of Turkey and Albania. Turkey were sadly inconsistent and Albania were unlucky (as it was their first ever European Championship appearance).

At times, some good things come to an end but it doesn’t mean bad things are to start. it means even better things take a start. The Republic of Ireland went in well prepared to take on France and despite Shane Long’s early penalty giving Martin O’Neill’s Boys in Green a much deserved lead, France fought back.

France grabbed a 2-1 win, courtesy of their golden boy Antoine Griezmann scoring two beautiful goals hence earning the adored nickname ‘Grizzou’ (Zinedine Zidane was known as Zizou).

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Republic of Ireland assistant coach Roy keane looks on as his nation were defeated 2-1 by France.

 

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Robbie Keane, Seamus Coleman and Shane Long of Republic of Ireland show their disappointmen after defeat in the UEFA Euro 2016 match between France and Republic of Ireland at Stade des Lumieres on June 26, 2016 in Lyon, France.

 

 

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President of France Francois Hollande, President of French Football Federation Noel Le Graet, President of French Parliament Claude Bartolone, French Secretary of State for Sports Thierry Braillard, below French Minister of Education Najat Vallaud-Belkacem celebrate the second goal of France during the UEFA EURO 2016 round of 16 match between France and Republic of Ireland at Stade des Lumieres, Parc Olympique  Lyon on June 26, 2016 in Lyon, France.

 

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France’s Bacary Sagna reacts during their hard-fought 2-1 victory. France would next played Iceland in the quarterfinals. Photograph: Franck Fife/AFP/Getty Images

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France’s Dmitri Payet & Antoine Greizmann celebrate Griezmann’s 2nd goal during the UEFA EURO 2016 round of 16 match between France and Republic of Ireland at Stade des Lumieres on June 26, 2016 in Lyon, France.

Downed and Sent out of the tournament, but nevertheless a respectable finish for the Republic of Ireland and a deserving win for the Les Bleus, The win wasn’t comfortable for France. they did fight back and Republic of Ireland showed and gave them equal challenge but the Irish were tactically beaten by the French. This however, didn’t drown the celebrations of the gentle and well mannered Irish fans who had a lot more to celebrate about after the Euro win.

Republic of Ireland had a respectable round of 16 finish at the UEFA Euro 2016. and what’s even better that it shows the quality of Irish players, who can shine easily and brightly in other leagues of Europe notably the Belgian Jupiler Division, Dutch Eredivisie, German Bundesliga, Italian Serie A, Greek Alpha Ethniki, Turkish Super League, Russian Premier League, French Ligue 1, Spanish Premiera Liga and of course, the Portuguese Super League.

July is coming to an end, I hope the big star names of the Republic of Ireland land good deals in Europe’s top leagues.

All the best ladies & gentlemen, have a good day :).

And, Thanks for reading too :).

Bye 🙂

 

Iceland: One of UEFA Euro 2016’s biggest surprise packages and why we should love them.

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Iceland, is actually an island but it isn’t full of ice. it has some pastures, a lot of volcanoes and yes, it is in the northern latitudes of the northern hemisphere. A large part of its electricity comes from geothermal sources such as hot water springs. and yes, they are a tourist attraction.

Apart from them, you’ll have more than just 10 reasons to fall in love with Iceland :).

Ion luxury adventure hotel 🙂

 

Landmannalaugar Mountains

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Kinda resembles game of thrones, right?

The Golden Circle

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The Golden Circle

Silfra Diving

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Silfra Diving

The Blue Lagoon

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The geothermal pool I was talking about. That’s right, the hot water spring that is one of Iceland’s greatest tourist attractions

Well, you’re seeing attractions. there’s plenty more to why we should love Iceland

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Volcanoes: Pretty important to Iceland’s existence.

Iceland’s situated where two tectonic plates meet in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. The nation has a whopping 30 active volcanic systems, making it a haven for scientists and tourists alike who can’t get enough of one of nature’s most chaotic yet paradoxically creative geological feature.

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Jon Snow of the Game of Thrones. I’m sorry, I haven’t seen a single episode of this show, yet I’m following some of its facebook posts :D.

Whoever watches the biggest TV series on the planet will have seen the gorgeous vistas that cover Iceland. The show’s an American production and is filming in various location across the globe, but many of its most iconic backdrops were shot in Iceland.

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Oh Bjork, we all love you to bits and pieces.

She, is the most famous music artist ever to have emerged from Iceland. Bjork’s style is impossible to pigeonhole and always experimental. Her most famous song is probably ’90s hit ‘Oh So Quiet’, though she’s got a lengthy discography having had a career spanning 30 years. and that’s why we love her :D.

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The Northern Lights. and as Kid Rock once said “The Northern Lights and the Southern Comforts, Best gift Man can ever have.”

Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights are considered a holy grail for many people’s bucket lists, and Iceland has become a European tourist haven for hunting down the beautiful geomagnetic phenomenon.

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Holy Shit! Hafthor Júlíus Björnsson aka The Mountain from Game of Thrones. A winner of the World’s Strongest Man, forget the biceps he’s a man mountain and a real life Thor!

Icelandic men dominated the ‘strongman’ competition in the ’80s and ’90s, winning eight titles over a 12-year period. Their most recent export with bulging biceps is Hafthór Júlíus Björnsson, better known as The Mountain in Game of Thrones – who has finished in the top three of the World’s Strongest Man competition for four years in a row.

Still, Cristiano Ronaldo should watch out for him!

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SIGUR RÓS

The post-rock band, named after the frontman’s sister, make ridiculously beautiful music and have been around for 22 years. If you haven’t heard of Sigur Rós before now, type euphoric single ‘Hoppipolla’ into your search engine of choice and get wowed big time!

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Renewable Energy, in the form of Hotsprings.

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Unnur Birna Vilhjálmsdóttir, Miss Iceland and Miss World 2005.

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Protest in Reykjavik, 2010. when the Icelandic economy fell into recession, the nation took to the streets to ensure safety of its economy.

Best way to deal with rotten bankers, jail em’ and use their assets to finance deficits instead of folding.

When Iceland’s economy collapsed in 2008, it didn’t shrivel up and fold, despite facing financial ruin. Instead it jailed the bankers, focused its efforts on tourism to bring the economy back from the brink and now it’s one of the best places to live in the world.

WHITE GENOCIDE IN SOUTH AFRICA: South African Farm Murders aka Plaasmoorde, the reason Whites are leaving South Africa

Monument to the murdered White farmers of South Africa

Monument to the murdered White farmers of South Africa

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Via Helen Bloomer on Facebook.
(Note: Government of South Africa has not been providing any vital statistics for the past 8 years, Information collected is provided by my personal contacts who are living in South Africa)
Paying homage to the slain White South African  farmers on Human Rights day in Ysterberg at the WITKRUISMONUMENT….here are 4000 reasons in alphabetical order and the list is far from finished.
God save the white people of South Africa. Read the names of the murdered, From 128000 commercial farmers 30 years ago to just 40000 today.
What a misconception the white tribes have that they are safe. Here are thee Italians, English, Portuguese, Afrikaners, Dutch, German and others. Whites must unite as this is not a Boer holocaust alone.. it is white Genocide. The South African Police Service (S.A.P.S) do not give us statistics so the public of South Africa endeavors to maintain it’s own records.

According to various sources, almost 80,000 White People have been murdered by certain members of black tribes in South Africa since 1994!
These people were shot, bludgeoned, hacked, tortured, burnt, raped, disemboweled, stabbed, had sulfuric acid poured down their throats, burnt with boiling water, their flesh burnt to the bone with clothing iron’s, drowned in boiling water, gutted or impaled.

There is no official list available with the names of all these victims and since 2007 it has become very difficult to keep any kind of record as police no longer mention the race of the victim nor the perpetrator on the official reports.

This list alone contains over 4,000 names of victims of farm attacks and is still incomplete as we are looking at the region of more like 6,000 realistically. It took a lot of time to compile this list, so please kindly bare with the author.

A – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Abbate, Giovanni, 2009/02, Warmbad, LimpopoAckerman, Joey, 2006/01, Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapAlbertyn, Henk, 2008/11, Donkerhoek Pretoria, GautengAlborghetti, Marco, 2006/11, Sandbaai, Wes-KaapAlchin, Mr, 2000/04, Geduldsfontein Rocklands Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapAldridge, CL, 2003/02, Boston, NatalAldum, Hannes, 2000/04, Aona Tshipise, LimpopoAnderson, Shean, 2009/09, Wagnbietjiekop Bronkhorstspruit, GautengArmstrong, Amor, 2006/12, Rooihuiskraal Pretoria, GautengArmstrong, Bernice, 2006/12, Rooihuiskraal Pretoria, GautengArmstrong, Sarie, 2006/12, Rooihuiskraal Pretoria, GautengAucamp, Casper, 2010/12, Vandas Thabazimbi, LimpopoAucamp, Daleen, 2010/12, Vandas Thabazimbi, Limpopo

B – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Badenhorst, Jan, 2010/10, Louis Trichardt, LimpopoBadholdt, Janna, 2003/11, Paarl, Wes-KaapBadenhorst, Wessel, 2006/08, Delareyville, NoordwesBam, Andre, 2004/08, Doornpoort Pretoria, GautengBam, Chris, 2004/08, Doornpoort Pretoria, GautengBank van der, Johan, 2003/04, Vereeniging, GautengBarkhuizen, Sylvia, 2006/07, Kruisement Leslie, MpumalangaBarret, John, 2010/04, Margate, NatalBarret, Margaret, 2010/04, Margate, NatalBartlett, Audrey, 2000/10, Silverdale Stutterheim, Oos-KaapBarnard, Carli, 2006/11, Vanderbijlpark, GautengBarnard, Rena, 2006/11, Vanderbiljpark, GautengBarnard, Hekkie, 2012/11, Kareepoort Brits, NoordwesBarnard, Teri-Anne, 1994/06, Goedgegund Ventersburg, VrystaatBarnard, Tersia, 1994/06, Goedgegund Ventersburg, VrystaatBarnard, Tiaan, 1994/06, Goedgegund Ventersburg, VrystaatBarbieri, Rita, 2007/01, Brooklyn Pretoria, GautengBasson, Andriesa, 2003/12, Paarl, Wes-KaapBasson, Pierre, 2003/12, Paarl, Wes-KaapBeacon, Cliffort, 2006/05, Gordonsbaai, Wes-KaapBeck, Heinrich, 2010/10, Ifafi Hartbeespoort, NoordwesBeeton, Micheal, 2003/07, Durban, NatalBegg, Anne, 1998/01, Sunrise-on-Sea Oos London, Oos-KaapBekker, Daniel, 2005/03, Bloemfontein, VrystaatBekker, Maria, 2005/03, Bloemfontein, VrystaatBekker, Charlotte, 2011/07, Heidelberg, GautengBekker, Martiens, 2011/07, Heidelberg, GautengBekker, Fanie, 2007/02, Kaapstad, Wes-KaapBenadie, Andries, 2006/06, Cullinan, GautengBenadie, Hannetjie, 2008/11, Henly on Klip, GautengBenadie, Thinus, 1999/05, Glenharvie Westonaria, GautengBeneke, Charl, 2003/10, De Pan Reitz, VrystaatBeneke, Sarel, 2004/02, Plaas Buite, VrystaatBergman, Jack, 2010/08, St. Albans Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapBerrington, Wilfred, 2009/04, Muldersderift, Gauteng.Bester, Natalia, 2001/10, Nelspruit, MpumalangaBester, Nicole, 2002/05, Pretoria, GautengBeukes, Helga, 2000/01, Pretoria, GautengBeukes, Mr, 2001/11, Tweespruit, VrystaatBeukes, Jaco, 2011/08, Van Stadensrus, VrystaatBezuidenhout, Bellien, 2006/05, Damplaas Excelsior, VrystaatBezuidenhout, Jan, 2000/11, farm Vogelfontein Breyten, MpumalangaBezuidenhout, Anna, 2000/11, farm Vogelfontein Breyten, MpumalangaBezuidenhout, Hannu, 2006/10, Linksfield Ridge, GautengBier, Theuns, 2011/08, Middelburg, MpumalangaBiggs, Cedric, 2003/08, Albany, Oos-KaapBijkersma, Hendrika, 2008/05, Florida, GautengBijkersma, Douwe, 2008/05, Florida, GautengBirkenmayer, Victor, 2008/05, Amandasig Pretoria, GautengBlair, Andrew, 2007/02, Umhlanga, NatalBlair, Jocelyn, 2007/02, Umhlanga, NatalBlake, Marc, 1994/05, Sunnyside Pretoria, GautengBlewitt, Pat, 2006/10, Walmerpark Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapBloem, Charles, 1995/02, Hatfield Pretoria, GautengBlom, Ghemi, 2004/08, Fraaiuitsicht Senekal, VrystaatBock, Reimond, 2003/04, Phillipi, Wes-KaapBoonzaaier, Nico, 1997/12, De Hoop Schweizer Reneke, NoordwesBooysen, Maxine, 2002/05, Florida Johannesburg, GautengBooysen, Roxanne, 2002/05, Florida Johannesburg, GautengBooysen, Shirley, 2002/05, Florida Johannesburg, GautengBosch vd, Johannes, 2009/04, Boschkop Pretoria, GautengBoshoff, Johan, 2009/02, Serenata Pretoria, GautengBoshoff, Magda, 2006/12, Kameeldrift Pretoria, GautengBoshoff, Renier, 2009/02, Kameeldrift Pretoria, GautengBoshoff, Babs, 2006/07, Boesmanspruit Carolina, MpumalangaBotes, Nick, 2000/09, farm Vergenoegd Swartruggens, NoordwesBotes, Mike, 2006/12, Brooklyn Pretoria, GautengBotes, Wesley, 2006/12, Brooklyn Pretoria, GautengBotes, Wiaan, 2012/05, Delmas, MpumalangaBotha, Alyssa, 2012/09, Muldersdrift, GautengBotha, Brink, 2008/11, Brits, NoordwesBotha, Charles, 2006/02, Kaalvlei Vaalwater, LimpopoBotha, Joey, 2006/02, Kaalvlei Vaalwater, LimpopoBotha, Emmerenthia, 2006/10, Skuilhoek Luckhoff, VrystaatBotha, Hennie, 2006/09, Marken, LimpopoBotha, Irene, 2001/03, Greylingstad, MpumalangaBotha, Johannes, 2001/01, Rietfontein Maartenshoop, MpumalangaBotha, Hannes, 2006/12, Evander, MpumalangaBotha, Jenny, 2004/04, King’s Beach Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapBotha, Kitty, 2010/12, Lyttleton Pretoria, GautengBotha, Piet, 2002/02, Crocodillian Estate Fochville, GautengBotha, Robert, 2010/05, Kameeldrift Pretoria, GautengBotha, Tienie, 2007/01, Sterpark Pietersburg, LimpopoBotha, Willie, 2001/04, Elna Greylingstad, MpumalangaBothma, Inez Ida, 2003/01, Machadodorp, MpumalangaBoucher, Andre, 2001/01, Fochville, GautengBouwer, Carina, 207/01, Wilgers Pretoria, GautengBouwer, Jan, 2007/01, Wilgers Pretoria, GautengBouwer, Petie, 2012/05, Potchefstroom, NoordwesBonvino, David, 2006/07, Margate, NatalBrak, Jan, 2004/05, Wilgerboom Potchefstroom, NoordwesBraun, Clare, 2006/10, Pretoria, GautengBredenkamp, Jan, 2001/09, Vredefort, VrystaatBreedt, Hendrik, 2006/03, Honingkraal Roossenekal, VrystaatBreedt, Ina, 2006/03, Honingkraal Roossenekal, VrystaatBreedt, Lena, 2006/03, Honingkraal Roossenekal, VrystaatBrenner, Ernie, 2001/03, Johannesburg, GautengBrentschneider, Fritz, 2002/07, Kromdraai Warmbad, LimpopoBreytenbach, Guliette, 2006/10, Bashewa Garsfontein, GautengBrits, Theunis, 1998/04, Jersey Vierfontein, VrystaatBritz, Albertus, 2000/09, Villiers, VrystaatBroskie, Tess, 2012/05, Malvern, GautengBrown, Cheryl, 2007/01, Plaas, NatalBrown, Lionel, 2007/01, Plaas, NatalBrown, Phillip, 2007/01, Plaas, NatalBrown, Yvonne, 2002/04, Blinkwater Oos London, Oos-KaapBrummer, Douw, 2011/10, Dwaalboom, LimpopoBuitendach, John, 2003/04, Centurion, GautengBurger, Aletta, 2003/02, Hartsvallei, VrystaatBurger, Piet, 2003/02, Hartsvallei, VrystaatBurger, Barend, 2007/02, Pretoria Noord, GautengBurger, Elma, 2008/11, Montagu, Wes-KaapBurger, Estelle, 2002/11, Topfontein Bethal, MpumalangaButler, Robert, 2003/02, Esperado Valley Baberton, MpumalngaButt, MR, 2000/05, Mooiplaas Oos London, Oos-KaapBuys, Dina, 1998/07, Geluksrus Mooi Rivier, NatalBuys, Philip, 2003/09, Weenen, NatalBuys, Zinta, 2007/01, Mondeor Johannesburg, Gauteng

C – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Cameron, Jackie, 2006/05, Groenpunt Kaapstad, Wes-KaapCannaerts, Etienne, 2010/03, Ellisras, LimpopoCarlson, Matthew, 2007/01, Devon, GautengCharles, Owen, 2012/08, Jansenville, Oos-KaapChatterton, Jacqueline, 2007/01, Boston, NatalCilliers, Blokkies, 1998/02, Bronkhorstspruit, GautengCillliers, P, 2009/12, Loraine Ceres, Wes-KaapCilliers, Willow, 2006/08, Plaas Brandvlei, Noord-KaapCilliers, Bekkie, 2008/07, Brits, NoordwesClaasen, Rencia, 2006/12, Kameeldrift Pretoria, GautengClark, Freddie, 2007/02, Vanderbijlpark, GautengCloete, Desmond, 2001/10, Happy Valley Barkley-Oos, Oos-KaapCloete, Gerhardus, 2002/07, Dikholo Brits, NoordwesCocks, Michelle, 2002/09, Stellenbosch, Wes-KaapCoetzee, Annetjie, 2004/06, Port St.Johns, Oos-KaapCoetzee, Eben, 2009/06, Rosashof Vanderbijlpark, GautengCoetzee, Frik, 2008/07, Baberton, MpumalangaCoetzee, Koos, 2006/04, Tweespruit Reddersburg, VrystaatCoetzee, Maggie, 2006/04, Tweespruit Reddersburg, VrystaatCoetzee, Marissa, 2008/07, Outeniqua, Wes-KaapCoetzee, Ryk, 2005/09, Ongelukshoop Reddersburg, VrystaatCoetzee, Ria, 2012/08, St Michael on Sea, NatalCollins, F, 2006/06, Koppieskraal Clocolan, VrystaatCombrinck, Alida, 2006/07, Luckhoff, VrystaatCombrink, Mark, 2006/07, Table View Kaapstad, Wes-KaapConradi, Alwyn, 2007/02, Erasmuskloof Pretoria, GautengConradi, Zena, 2007/02, Erasmuskloof Pretoria, GautengConway, Jan, 2002/10, Pelgrimsrus, MpumalangaCordier, Petrus, 2000/09, Wesselsbron, VrystaatCordier, Dina, 2000/09, Wesselsbron, VrystaatCouto, Emilio, 2008/08, Doornpoort Pretoria, GautengCowly, Olwyn, 2012/09, Kaapstad, Wes-KaapCroeser, Erica, 2010/08, Msinsi Albert Falls, NatalCronje, Flip, 2000/12, Koster, NoordwesCronje, George, 2010/06, Komatipoort, MpumalangaCronje, Henri, 2005/07, Franschoek, Wes-KaapCronje, M, 2006/03, Kameeldrift Pretoria, GautengCronje, Ronel, 2006/03, Kameeldrift Pretoria, GautengCronje, F, 2006/03, Kameeldrift Pretoria, GautengCroucamp, Brian, 2000/11, Johannesburg, GautengCross, John, 2000/04, Cottendale Gravelotte, LimpopoCross, Bina, 2000/04, Cottendale Gravelotte, LimpopoCruse, Julie, 2012/6, Pullenshope, MpumalangaCummings, M, 2003/10, Steynsburg, Oos-KaapCuscito, Antonio, 2007/01, Brooklyn Pretoria, Gauteng

D – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Daffue, Gert, 2007/01, Mountain View Pretoria, GautengDaffue, Lani, 2007/01, Mountain View Pretoria, GautengDafue, Koos, 2010/08, Ellisras, LimpopoDalgleish, Craig James, 1994/05, Dawn Park, GautengDaniels, Owen, 2008/11, Elandslaagte, LimpopoDay, Frans, 2012/05, Navalsig Bloemfontein, VrystaatDe Beer, Charin,2007/01, Bryanston Johannesburg, GautengDe Beer, Estelle, 1999/12, Pretoria, GautengDe Beer, Jan, 2008/12, Verkyk Volksrust, MpumalangaDe Beer, MR, 2000/07, Rustplaas Piet Retief, MpumalangaDe Bruyn, F, 2006/05, Plaas Santigo, VrystaatDe Bruyn, Wouter, 2012/05, Centurion, GautengDe Clercq, Tobias, 2001/01, In de Middel Schoemanskloof, MpumalangaDeetlefs, Danie, 2001/12, Almondale, Oos-KaapDe Goede, Margaret, 2012/05, Delmas, MpumalangaDe Jager, Piet, 2003/10, Laatgevonde Levubu, LimpopoDe Jager, Manie, 2006/07, Schurweberg Pretoria, GautengDe Jager, Johan, 2003/03, Upington, Noord-KaapDe Jager, Theo, 2010/08, Rietfontein Pretoria, GautengDe Jong, Albertus, 2010/10, Perdefontein Wallmansthal Pretoria, GautengDekker, Jaap, 2003/03, Piet Retief, MpumalangaDe Klerk, Dr CH (Boer) ,2007/01/01, Menlo Park Pretoria, GautengDe Klerq, Julius, 2003/02, Amersfoort, MpumalangaDe Kock, Corrie, 2006/04, Zeerust, NoordwesDe Kock, Koos, 2006/04, Zeerust, NoordwesDe Kock, Thomas, 2012/06, Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapDe Lange, MR, 2000/01, Grootvlei Hammanskraal, GautengDe Lange, Evelin, 2001/05, Mount Pleasant Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapDe Lange, John, 2001/05, Mount Pleasant Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapDe Lange, Willem, 1999/08, Witfield Boksburg, GautengDelport, Lillian, 2002/03, De Deur, GautengDelport, Marius, 2002/03, De Deur, GautengDelport, Martin, 2002/11, Rietfontein Bronkhorstspruit, GautengDe Necker, Nellie, 2001/06, Schuinshoeck Pietersburg, LimpopoDe Necker, Tonie, 2001/06, Schuinshoeck Pietersburg, LimpopoDeneeghere, Louis, 2010/10, Kensington, Wes-KaapDennis, Peter, 2001/04, Sterkfontein, NoordwesDennis, William, 2001/05, Yellowwood King Williams Town, Oos-KaapDennis, Shirley, 2001/05, Yellowwood King Williams Town, Oos-KaapDent, Robin, 2002/06, Wartburg, NatalDent, Alison, 2002/06, Wartburg, NatalDent, Nocholas, 2002/06, Wartburg, NatalDe Nysschen, Mr, 2000/06, Twee Buffels Coligny, NoordwesDe Toit, Emile, 2007/01, Elardus Park Pretoria, GautengDe Toit, Francois, 2007/01, Elardus Park Pretoria, GautengDe Toit, Michelle, 2007/01, Elardus Park Pretoria, GautengDeventer van, Albert, 2010/03, Plaas, LimpopoDe Vos, Phillip, 2005/10, Walmer Port Elizbeth, Oos-KaapDeysel, At, 2008/11, Lichtenburg, NoordwesDeysel, Katerina, 2008/11, Lichtenburg, NoordwesDeventer van, Pieter, 2006/09, Rooipoort Potgietersrus, LimpopoDewalt, Arent, 1999/07, Katboschfontein Delmas, MpumalangaDewalt, Danie, 1999/07, Katboschfontein Delmas, MpumalangaDewilde, Johan, 2003/09, Levubu, LimpopoDewilde, F, 2003/09, Levubu, LimpopoDewilde, C, 2003/09, Levubu, LimpopoDe Witt, Chris, 2000/07, Kliprandkloof Danhauser, NatalDickens, Johnny, 2007/02, Silvertondale Pretoria, GautengDiedericks, Gertuide, 2000/11, Baviaanskloof Volksrust, MpumalangaDiederick, Adel, 2006/12, Randfontein, GautengDirker, Petru, 2006/10, Bloemfontein, VrystaatDisario, Grisella, 2006/11, Sandbaai, Wes-KaapDisario, Sergio, 2006/11, Sandbaai, Wes-KaapDixie, Clyde, 2006/04, Berea Durban, NatalDixie, Lynton, 2006/04, Berea Durban, NatalDixie, Roy, 2006/04, Berea Durban, NatalDixie, Yvonne, 2006/04, Berea Durban, NatalDorey, Elizabeth, 2010/09, Nelspruit, MpumalangaDonaldson, D, 2002/03, Bishopstowe, NatalDoring, Antony, 2009/11, Adamshurst Howick, NatalDrake, Ronald, 2012/05, Pietermartizburg, NatalDrennen, Janine, 2003/08, Pretoria, GautengDrennen, Kayla, 2003/08, Pretoria, GautengDunn, Paul, 2010/02, Constantia Letsitele, LimpopoDu Plessis, Andre, 2003/02, Rouxville Baberton, MpumalangaDu Plessis, Antoinette, 2012/10, Claremont, Wes-KaapDu Plessis, Charles, 2008/07, Sterkspruit, LimpopoDu Plessis, Dup, 2003/10, Melbourne Tom Burke, LimpopoDu Plessis, Jacobus, 1999/12, Kinkelbos Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapDu Plessis, Eunice, 1999/12, Kinkelbos Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapDu Plessis, S, 1999/12, Kinkelbos Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapDu Plessis, Rina, 2007/01, Elardus Park Pretoria, GautengDu Plessis, Willie, 2001/02, Greylingstad, MpumalangaDu Plessis, Rina, 2003/11, Ellisras, LimpopoDu Plessis, Andrew, 2006/02, Berea Durban, NatalDu Plessis, Arnie, 2006/06, Nooitgedaght Cullinan, GautengDu Plessis, Gerda, 2006/06, Nooitgedaght Cullinan, GautengDu Plessis, Freek, 2006/12, Bochkraal Addo, Oos-KaapDu Plessis, F, 2006/12, Bochkraal Addo, Oos-KaapDu Plooy, Marius, 2008/06, Alberton, GautengDu Plooy, Andrew, 2006/02, Berea Durban, NatalDu Preez, Arnie, 2006/06, Nooitgedaght Cullinan, GautengDu Preez, PJ, 2006/06, Nooitgedaght Cullinan, GautengDu Preez, Gerda, 2006/06, Nooitgedaght Cullinan, GautengDu Preez, Jan, 2006/06, Nooitgedaght Cullinan, GautengDu Preez, Iris, 2004/08, Wilgeboom Potchefstroom, NoordwesDurandt, Steven, 2010/01, Bloemspruit, VrystaatDu Toit, Christa, 2010/09, Swazina Uitzicht Pretoria, GautengDu Toit, Fanie, 2002/10, Graanlaagte Hertzogville,Du Toit, Fritz, 2005/03, Louis Trichard, LimpopoDu Toit, MR, 2000/07, Koesterfontein Magaliesburg, NoordwesDu Toit, Rita, 2000/07, Koesterfontein Magaliesburg, NoordwesDu Toit, Stefan, 2007/02, Florentia Alberton, GautengDu Toit, F, 2004/07, Brits, NoordwesDu Toit, Jan, 2012/09, Middelburg, MpumalangaDunn, Nicky, 2006/02, Berea Durban, Natal

E – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Early, Christopher, 2012/07, Hibberdene, NatalEarly, Jennifer, 2012/07, Hibberdene, NatalEngelbrecht, Carel, 2000/07, Haweford Paterson, VrystaatEngelbrecht, E, 2000/11, De Kroon Brits, NoordwesEngelbrecht, Gert, 2008/08, Oshoek Memel, VrystaatEngelbrecht, Kotie, 2002/11, Ou Constantia Bultfontein, VrystaatEngelbrecht, Susan, 1997/07, Riverside Nelspruit, MpumalangaErasmus, Christopher, 1999/03, Vryburg, NoordwesErasmus, Johanna, 2000/06, Welbekend Bronkhorstspruit, GautengErasmus, Lourens, 1997/05, Kya Sands Johannesburg, GautengErasmus, Marthie, 2005/03, Moedwil Koster, NoordwesErasmus, Piet, 1998/07, Geluksrus Mooi Rivier, NatalErnst, Pieter, 2005/07, Hekpoort, NoordwesEtsebeth, Albert, 2006/12, Faerie Glen Pretoria, GautengEtsebeth, Carin, 2006/12, Faerie Glen Pretoria, GautengEyssel, Bobby, 2003/07, Soutpansberg Louis Trichardt, Limpopo

F – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Faber, Johan, 2007/04, Pretoria, GautengFarrel, Fred, 1998/06, Duneside, NatalFitch, Raymond, 2008/08, Swartberg, NoordwesFitch, Yvonne, 2008/08, Swartberg, NoordwesFoster, Vernon, 2002/12, Gordonsbaai, Oos-KaapFourie, Lenie, 2002/01, Paarl, Wes-KaapFourie, Albie, 2002/01, Paarl, Wes-KaapFourie, Andrew, 2010/11, Boschpoort Vaalwater, NoordwesFourie, Annerette, 2006/11, Rietfontein Bloemfontein, VrystaatFourie, Anton, 2007/01, Bothaville, VrystaatFourie, Christoffel, 1997/ 12, Montana Bloemfontein, VrystaatFourie, David, 2001/10, Soutpan, VrystaatFourie, Eugene, 2006/10, Rietfontein Verkeerdevlei, VrystaatFourie, Annemarie, 2006.10, Rietfontein Verkeerdevlei, VrystaatFourie, Johan, 2003/09, Rietfontein Modderrivier, Wes-KaapFourie, Ockie, 2003/09, Rietfontein Modderrivier, Wes-KaapFourie, Johan, 2012/09, Koppe Trompsburg, VrystaatFourie, Cecile, 2012/09, Koppe Trompsburg, VrystaatFourie, Gerhard, 2012/05, Bloemfontein, VrystaatFrancis, Brenda, 2004/04, King’s Beach Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapFrankish, Travey-Leigh, 2002/06, Farmall Fourways Johannesburg, GautengFraser, At, 2012/07, Kuruman, Noord-KaapFredericks, Willie, 2002/03, Vrede Stellenbosch, Wes-KaapFreitas de, Jose, 2000/11, Exotica Nelspuit, Mpumalanga

G – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Gale, Felicity, 2002/03, Fort Jackson, Oos-KaapGallasz, Gustav, 2001/05, Kosterfontein Magaliesburg, NoordwesGander, Eric, 2007/02, Parkhurst Johannesburg, GautengGander, Marguerite, 2007/02, Parkhurst Johannesburg, GautengGardner, Guy, 2002/02, Breeze Inn Bishopstowe, NatalGeldenhuys, Jurie, 2000/01, Rietfontein Hartbeesfontein, NoordwesGeldenhuys, Jocobus, 1999/09, Delmas, MpumalangaGemballa, Uwe, 2010/10, Lanseria Johannesburg, GautengGerber, Marchant, 1998/08, Boschrug George, Wes-KaapGericke, Mariaan, 2005/07, Greenbushes Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapGericke, Margaret, 2005/07, Greenbushes Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapGermishuys, Gerrie, 2007/01, Northcliff Johannesburg, GautengGermishuys, Sarie, 2007/01, Northcliff Johannesburg, GautengGermishuys, Jean, 2006/01, Kemptonpark, GautengGersbach, Francois, 2007/01, Mondeor Johannesburg, GautengGersbach, Hester, 2007/01, Mondeor Johannesburg, GautengGersbach, Lourens, 2007/01, Mondeor Johannesburg, GautengGeyer, Camden, 1998/01, Nahoon Oos London, Oos-KaapGeyer, Quintin, 1998/01, Nahoon Oos London, Oos-KaapGeyer, Ryan, 2000/08, Swavelpoort Boschkop, PretoriaGeyer, Anna, 2006/06, Sterkstroom De Doorns, Wes-KaapGibson, Martin, 2005/01, Greylingstad, MpumalangaGiesseke, Ernest, 2010/01, Good Hope Ficksburg, VrystaatGoosen, Nicholas, 2003/06, Meadowbank Vrede, VrystaatGouws, Helena, 2012/06, Ugie, Oos-KaapGouws, Hannes, 2002/12, Driehoek Bultfontein, VrystaatGouws, Kleintjie, 2002/12, Driehoek Bultfontein, VrystaatGouws, Jaque, 2005/12, Olifantspoortjie Steelpoort, LimpopoGouws, Leon, 2005/12, Olifantspoortjie Steelpoort, LimpopoGouws, F, 2005/12, Olifantspoortjie Steelpoort, LimpopoGouws, Ria, 2004/05, Greylingstad, MpumalangaGreyvensteyn, Johan, 2010/11, Mussina, LimpopoGreyvensteyn, Anneliese, 2010/11, Mussina, LimpopoGraham, MR, 2000/08, Tuschenbei Utrecht, NatalGraig, Lardner, 2006/07, Far Horizons Paardenberg, Wes-KaapGreeff, Bets, 2012/09, Sandton Johannesburg, GautengGreeff, Gawie, 2012/09, Sandton Johannesburg, GautengGreen, Bob, 2001/02, Meyerton, GautengGreen, Joy, 2001/02, Meyerton, GautengGreyling, Susan, 2007/02, Eldoraigne Pretoria, GautengGreyvenstein, Paul, 2006/06, Hekpoort Magaliesburg, NoordwesGreig, David, 2000/01, Hartzenbergfontein Walkerville, GautengGreig, Hannah, 2000/01, Hartzenbergfontein Walkerville, GautengGriebenow, Willie, 2003/06, Walkerville, GautengGriesel, Henk, 2006/07, Kemptonpark, GautengGrindle, Susanah, 1998/01, Coffee Bay, TranskeiGrobbelaar, Pierre, 2003/05, Benoni, GautengGrobler, Douw, 2003/07, Cullinan, GautengGrobler, Frederika, 2003/07, Cullinan, GautengGrobler, Gerhard, 2007/01, Golfpark Meyerton, GautengGrobler, Gert, 1996/09, Potchefstroom, NoordwesGrobler, Maria, 1996/09, Potchefstroom, NoordwesGrobler, Naas, 2000/09, Vaalrivier Deneysville, VrystaatGrobler, Wessel, 2001/08, Witrivier, MpumalangaGrootendorst, MR, 2000/07, Kaalfontein Rayton, GautengGrundy, Isla, 2002/09, Stellenbosch, Wes-KaapGuillaume, Celia, 2005/01, Soutpansberg Louis Trichardt, LimpopoGunter, Anna, 1998/01, Enkelboom Heuningspruit, VrystaatGunter, Piet, 1998/01, Enkelboom Heuningspruit, Vrystaat

H – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Haasbroek, Beatrix, 2006/12, Albertsville Johannesburg, GautengHaasbroek, Lourens, 1997/06, Rayton, GautengHamilton, Willem, 1996/05, Uitkyk Nigel, GautengHamilton, Ronnie, 1998/04, Port St. Johns, NatalHanekom, Joachim, 2001/09, Franschoek, Wes-KaapHansen, Marieta, 2005/03, Hoenydew Johannesburg, GautengHarman, Jerry, 2007/08, Mooinooi, NoordwesHarmse, Bartho, 2002/04, Isithebe Mandeni, NatalHarmse, Chantelle, 2002/12, Kareepoort Brits, NoordwesHarmse, Charlene, 2002/12, Kareepoort Brits, NoordwesHarmse, Selma, 2002/12, Kareepoort Brits, NoordwesHarmse, Willem, 2002/12, Kareepoort Brits, NoordwesHarmse, Hennie, 1999/03, Kendal, MpumalangaHarmzen, Chrissie, 2010/08, Dresden Burgersfort, MpumalangaHartman, Boet, 1998/09, Doornpoort Zeerust, NoordwesHartman, Ralie, 1998/09, Doornpoort Zeerust, NoordwesHartzer, Alida, 2006/08, Roodepoort Ventersdorp, NoordwesHaw, Juliet, 2011/10, Voelklip Hermanus, Wes-KaapHeathfield, Ria, 1998/08, Boschrug George, Wes-KaapHattingh, Conrad, 2003/05, Koperfontein Boons, NoordwesHattingh, Piet, 2003/02, Roedtan, LimpopoHaynes, Lila, 1999/11, Stutterheim, Oos-KaapHavenga, Elize, 2008/02, Rietfontein Pretoria, GautengHebler, Fred, 2003/10, Brandfort, VrystaatHebler, Maria, 2003/10, Brandfort, VrystaatHeck, Heinrich, 2010/10, Ifafi Hartbeespoort, NoordwesHecter, Christiaan, 2012/08, Margate, NatalHenderson, MR, 2000/05, Hunters Farm Hekpoort, NoordwesHenning, Aletta, 1999/02, Marble Hall, LimpopoHenning, Daleen, 2012/09, Boksburg, GautengHenning, Johan, 2012/06, Boksburg, GautengHepburn, Fransie, 2007/02, Bloemfontein, VrystaatHerbert, Jennifer, 2006/10, Kaapstad, Wes-KaapHerbst, Annika, 2006/10, Elardus Park Pretoria, GautengHerbst, Chris, 2006/10, Elardus Park Pretoria, GautengHerbst, Juleen, 2006/10, Elardus Park Pretoria, GautengHerbst, Kulsum, 2008/11, Elandslaagte, LimpopoHerbst, Stan, 2003/09, Bella Pelgrimsrus, MpumalangaHerbst, Tommy, 2003/09, Bella Pelgrimsrus, MpumalangaHerbst, Sue, 2003/09, Barloworld Nelspruit, MpumalangaHeuer, Sarah, 2001/01, Germiston, GautengHewat, John, 2005/06, Donnybrook Komga, Oos-KaapHewitson, Lulu, 2008/09, Westcliff Hermanus, Wes-KaapHiggo, Kempen, 2012/08, Scottburg, NatalHill, Duggie, 2000/02, Klerksdorp, NoordwesHill, Duggie, 2000/02, Klerksdorp, NoordwesHills, Phillip, 2002/05, Stellenbosch, Wes-KaapHodson, Leonard, 2009/09, Winterton, NatalHoffman, Annemarie, 1999/01, Eensgevonde Reitz, VrystaatHoffman, Braam, 1999/01, Eensgevonde Reitz, VrystaatHoffman, Danie, 1999/01, Eensgevonde Reitz, VrystaatHoffman, Evre, 2008/07, Burgersfort, LimpopoHohne, John, 2001/08, Ventersvilla Windserton, Noord-KaapHolder, Irene, 2001/04, Greylingstad, MpumalangaHoltzhauzen, Saar, 2009/01, Rietfontein Alkmaar Nelspruit, MpumalangaHolmes, Sue, 2007/02, Constantia, Wes-KaapHolmes, Peter, 2007/02, Constantia, Wes-KaapHoneyborne, Piet, 2009/05, Goedehoop Blinkpan Middelburg, MpumalangaHoon, Ernst, 2010/04, Leeuwfontein, GautengHorn, Anneliese, 2004/01, Vanstadenskloof, Oos-KaapHorrman, Colleen, 2006/06, Canasta Place Ford Grey, Oos-KaapHorrman, Des, 2006/06, Canasta Place Ford Grey, Oos-KaapHorstmann, Robert, 2007/01, Bellville, Wes-KaapHough, Gawie, 2004/04, Roossenekal, VrystaatHough, Henry, 1998/09, Garsfontein Pretoria, GautengHough, Isabella, 1998/09, Garsfontein Pretoria, GautengHough, Marietjie, 1998/09, Garsfontein Pretoria, GautengHudges, Marlene, 2001/10, Kromdraai, GautengHuman, Dirk, 2010/04, Boschkop Mooiplaats, GautengHunt, Nicolas, 2000/07, Bushy Durr Observatory, Wes-KaapHunt, Robert, 2000/07, Bushy Durr Observatory, Wes-KaapHunter, Robert, 2010/03, Mullerstuine Vanderbijlpark, GautengHuntley, Vivian, 2000/12, Natal Midlands, NatalHuppe, Kurt, 2008/07, Muldersdrift, GautengHuxam, Neville, 2006/12, Johannesburg, GautengHuyser, JSA, 2012/01, Mooinooi, NoordwesHuyssen, Joachim, 2007/01, Brooklyn Pretoria, Gauteng

I – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Ingegnere, Anthony, 2000/12, Durban, NatalIngegnere, Glenn, 2000/12, Durban, NatalIngegnere, Lindy, 2000/12, Durban, NatalIngegnere, Sarah-Lee, 2000/12, Durban, NatalIngram, George, 2000/11, Meriba Bethlehem, Vrystaat

J – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Jacobs, Catherina, 2001/12, Middeldeel Edenburg, VrystaatJacobs, Dirk, 2003/04, Louis Trichardt, LimpopoJacobs, Tania, 2001/09, Kaapstad, Wes-KaapJacobs, Vossie, 2003/04, Louis Trichardt, LimpopoJagger, Samantha, 2001/10, Nelspruit, MpumalangaJanse van Rensburg, Hendrik, 2008/03, Bronkhorstspruit, GautengJanse van Rensburg, Hester, 2001/03, Komkommerhoek Steynsburg, Oos-KaapJanse van Rensburg, Hettie, 2001/03, Rooikoppies Marikana, NoordwesJanse van Rensburg, Pricille, 2001/03, Rooikoppies Marikana, NoordwesJansen, Neels, 2010/07, Roodia Roodepoort, GautengJobling, Beresford, 2012/09, Hartbeeshoek Hekpoort, NoordwesJohnson, Brad, 1998/01, Nahoon Oos London, Oos-KaapJones, Deb, 1998/01, Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapJones, Rob, 1998/01, Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapJones, Herman, 2001/01, Klipplatsdrift Standerton, MpumalangaJonkheid, Klaas, 2009/06, Spier Landgoed Stellenbosch, Wes-KaapJooste, Lynette, 2001/11, Kromdraai, GautengJooste, Ilse, 2001/11, Kromdraai, GautengJooste, Yolanda, 2001/11, Kromdraai, GautengJordaan, Andre, 2012/09, Muldersdrift, GautengJordaan, Christo, 2003/05, Kraaifontein, Wes-KaapJoseph, Ernst, 2009/05, Kokstad, NatalJordaan, Frans, 2008/11, Bultfontein Pretoria, GautengJordaan, Mike, 2006/10, Rooikranskoppie Rustenburg, NoordwesJordaan, Ria, 1997/11, Tweefontein Molteno, Oos-KaapJordaan, Willie, 2003/10, Swagershoek Clocolan, VrystaatJoubert, Deon, 2007/01, Florida Park, GautengJoubert, Wilma, 2007/01, Florida Park, GautengJoubert, Koos, 2008/07, Wonderboom-Suid Pretoria, GautengJoubert, Swys, 2006/10, Johannesburg, Gauteng

K – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Karg, Lorraine, 2010/06, Sherwood Mooi Rivier, NatalKatonis, Nicolas, 2007/09, Muldersdrift, GautengKatonis, Rula, 2007/09, Muldersdrift, GautengKearney, Frans, 2006/11, Moreletta Park Pretoria, GautengKeith, D, 2000/08, Florida Port Edward, NatalKillian, Killies, 2004/02, Soutpansberg Louis Trichardt, LimpopoKillian, Justin, 2000/11, Baberton, MpumalangaKirsten, Alexa, 2005/02, Natal Midlands, NatalKleynhans, Ferdie, 2006/12, Randfontein, GautengKleynhans, Dirk, 2006/09, Marken, LimpopoKlingbill, Marius, 2002/07, Lagerspoort Heidelberg, GautengKlingbill, F, 2002/07, Lagerspoort Heidelberg, GautengKloeck, MR, 2000/04, Doornrandjies Erasmia Pretoria, GautengKnoetzen, Christiaan, 1994/09, Daspoort Pretoria, GautengKnoetsen, Jubre, 2006/10, Jonkershoek Welkom, VrystaatKnoetze, Annette, 2012/08, Odendaalsrus, VrystaatKoekemoer, Sarel, 2009/09, Bultfontein Pretoria, GautengKoen, Dirk, 2012/04, Rosettenville Johannesburg, GautengKoen, Eureka, 2005/11, Edgemead Kaapstad, Wes-KaapKotze, Stefanus, 2008/10, Garies Namaqualand, Noord-KaapKouremetis, Chris, 2010/10, Muldersdrift, GautengKrapohl, Theuns, 2002/07, Bergrivier Goeie Hoop, Wes-KaapKriegler, Surina, 2012/10, Elsburg Johannesburg, GautengKriek, Lelanie, 2006/02, Sunnyside Pretoria, GautengKriel, Jeanne, 2001/10, Kromdraai Witbank, MpumalangaKriel, Johannes, 2003/02, Rouxville Baberton, MpumalangaKritzinger, Willem, 2000/08, Oos London, Oos-KaapKritzinger, Albie, 200/08, Oos London, Oos-KaapKrog, Duvina, 1998/02, Dinwiddie Germiston, GautengKrog, Vivian, 2007/02, Krugrsdorp, GautengKruger, Andre, 2012/07, Pretoria, GautengKruger, David, 2012/05, Alberton, GautengKruger, Floris, 2001/03, St Albans, Oos-KaapKruger, Elamrie, 2006/11, Leeuspruit Grootvlei, MpumalangaKruger, Johan, 2006/11, Leeuspruit Grootvlei, MpumalangaKruger, Francois, 2001/05, Heidedal Bloemfontein, VrystaatKruger, Hian, 2007/01, Faerie Glen Pretoria, GautengKruger, Ibele, 2009/10, Magalies Moot Brits, NoordwesKruger, Ruger, 2002/03, Don-Don Bethlehem, VrystaatKruger, Surina, 2012/10, Elsburg, GautengKruger, Wilma, 2004/02, Waverley Pretoria, GautengKuli, Jozseph, 2009/03, Johannesburg, Gauteng

L – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Laaper, Ronald, 2001/07, Misty Hills Waterval Boven, MpumalangaLabuschagne, Marius, 2009/08, Farmall Fourways, GautengLaine, David, 2012/06, Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapLake, Johannes, 2002/07, Lynspruit Vryheid, NatalLambinon, Beatrice, 2003/09, Dieprivier Kaapstad, Wes-KaapLamprecht, Renier, 2001/04, Kameeldrift Pretoria, GautengLamprecht, Wouter, 2007/02, Boksburg, GautengLandsberg, DJ, 2002/02, Doornplaats Ottoshoop, NoordwesLe Grange, Johan, 2001/07, Kalbasfontein Witbank, MpumalangaLange de, Ange, 2000/11, Grootvlei Hammanskraal, GautengLangenhoven, Marinus, 2004/09, Muldersdrift, GautengLaros, Avril, 2007/02, Edendale Edenvale, GautengLe Grange, F, 2001/07, Witbank, MpumalangaLeeuwner, Hanlie, 2004/10, Ongegund Caledon, Wes-KaapLeeuwner, Johanna, 2004/10, Ongegund Caledon, Wes-KaapLemmer, Olivia, 1997/09, Lemoenfontein Mooiplaas, Oos-KaapLemmer, Richard, 2008/09, Klerksdorp, NoordwesLensley, Francois, 2007/01, Johannesburg, GautengLe Roux, Willie, 2009/10, Harkerville Plettenbergbaai, Wes-KaapLe Roux, Julie, 2009/10, Harkerville Plettenbergbaai, Wes-KaapLe Roux, Susan, 2012/09, Scotsville Pietermaritzburg, NatalLewis, George, 2002/08, Witbank, MpumalangaLewis, Albertina, 2002/08, Witbank, MpumalangaLidderd, Hester, 2002/10, Brandfort, VrystaatLiebenberg, Floretta, 2002/11, Jannerus Bultfontein, VrystaatLiebenberg, Lieb, 2002/11, Jannerus Bultfontein, VrystaatLiebenberg, Karin, 2006/03, Warren Amanzimtoti, NatalLiebenberg, Marethea, 2006/01, Sinoville Pretoria, GautengLitsenborgh von, Carl, 2001/03, Sanice Klapmuts, Wes-KaapLitsenborgh von, Peggy, 2001/03, Sanice Klapmuts, Wes-KaapLith van der, Blomerus, 2002/03, Louis Trichardt, LimpopoLith van der, Henna, 2002/03, Louis Trichardt, LimpopoLizamore, Kate, 2010/07, Pinetown, NatalLizamore, Graham, 2010/07, Pinetown, NatalLombard, Jessica, 2002/12, Kareepoort Brits, NoordwesLombard, Cynthia, 2002/12, Kareepoort Brits, NoordwesLombard, Tollie, 2002/12, Kareepoort Brits, NoordwesLombard, Willie, 2002/12, Kareepoort Brits, NoordwesLoosen, Jurgen, 2207/07, Rhenosterspruit Lanseria, GautengLotter, F, 2009/03, Allanridge, VrystaatLotter, Alice, 2009/03, Allanridge, VrystaatLotterie, Wilhelm, 2009/08, Doornfontein Pretoria, GautengLottering, Enslin, 1997/05, Drie Riviere Vereeniging, GautengLourens, Anthea, 2006/06, Soutpansberg Louis Trichardt, LimpopoLourens, Desire, 2006/06, Soutpansberg Louis Trichardt, LimpopoLourens, Willem, 2006/06, Soutpansberg Louis Trichardt, LimpopoLourens, Anton, 2006/10, Menlopark Pretoria, GautengLourens, Deon, 2003/12, Brandon Hill Empangeni, NatalLouwrens, Reina, 2012/09, Montana Pretoria, GautengLloyd, Dolf, 2003/03, Estoire Bloemfontein, VrystaatLubbe, Chris, 2009/07, Hartbeespoortdam, NoordwesLubbe, Johan, 1995/05, Roodepoort, GautengLubbe, F, 2000/05, Peagan Place Estcourt, Natal

M – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Maartens, Hennie, 2004/02, Tierpoort, VrystaatMaartens, Johannes, 1999/01, Damplaas Reddersburg, VrystaatMaas, Koen, 2009/05, Elandsfontein Fochville, GautengMacDonald, Marius, 2008/10, Leeufontein Kameeldrift Pretoria, GautengMack, David, 1999/10, Ixopo, NatalMadden, Annetjie, 2012/05, Brandfort, VrystaatMain, Andrew, 2001/05, Pietermaritzburg, NatalMalan, Giepie, 1998/08, Kanoneiland Upington, Noord-KaapMalan, Willie, 2006/03, Soutpansberg Louis Trichardt, LimpopoMans, Rita, 2002/04, Ottosdal, NoordwesMarais, Abrie, 2002/10, Groenpunt Kaapstad, Wes-KaapMarais, Kobus, 2008/07, Kemtonpark, GautengMarallich, Kevin, 2001/04, Nyoni, NatalMarcos, Luis, 2006/04, Soutpansberg Louis Trichardt, LimpopoMarcos, Marinda, 2006/04, Soutpansberg Louis Trichardt, LimpopoMarais, Marius, 2010/05, Rustenburg, NoordwesMaree, Johannes, 2002/08, Hillside Randfontein, GautengMaree, Dawie, 2008/05, Kameeldrift Pretoria, GautengMaritz, Alfred, 2001/11, Erasmia Pretoria, GautengMaritz, Gavin, 2012/07, Kaapstad, Wes-KaapMassett, Andre, 2008/06, Cullinan, GautengMatthee, Gertruida, 2003/07, Klein Drakensberg, NatalMatthew, Rosina, 1996/01, Rietfontein Pretoria, GautengMattias, Susan, 2005/11, Lindley Mulderdrift, GautengMaxwell, Miems, 2006/07, Meyerspark Pretoria, GautengMay, Kate, 2002/10, Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapMcClean, Tommy, 2009/11, Elands Brits, NoordwesMcLaud, Collin, 2010/02, Meyerton, GautengMC Donald, Brenda, 2006/02, Durban, NatalMcCabe, Keith, 1997/07, Compasberg Nieuw Bethesda, Oos-KaapMc Gaffin, Anne, 2006/04, Grassmoor Louis Trichardt, LimpopoMc Gaffin, Gordon, 2006/04, Grassmoor Louis Trichardt, LimpopoMc Gaffin, Leigh, 2006/04, Grassmoor Louis Trichardt, LimpopoMcLoughlin, Kevin, 2010/10, North Riding Randburg, GautengMc Gregor, Marie-Louise, 1998/03, Bloemvlei Elliot, Oos-KaapMc Neal, Robert, 2005/05, Bronkhorstspruit, GautengMeintjies, Janine, 2010/12, Dundee, NatalMeiring, Jannie, 2001/06, Prospect Senekal, VrystaatMerryweather, Andrew, 2006/11, Claremont Kaapstad, Wes-KaapMerryweather, Matthew, 2006/09, Rondebosch Kaapstat, Wes-KaapMeyer, Bill, 1998/08, Enkelbosch Devon, GautengMeyer, Garth, 2005/12, Walmer Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapMeyer, Paul, 2009/02, Selati, LimpopoMeyer, Johan, 2009/01, Mooivallei Potchefstroom, NoordwesMeyer, Marie, 2007/01, Erasmuskloof Pretoria, GautengMeyer, Santie, 1998/08, Enkelbosch Devon, GautengMeyer, Billy, 2005/11, Lovedale Mara, LimpopoMiles, Maggie, 2005/12, Sunny Grove Kidd’s Beach, Oos-KaapMills, Ria, 2012/09, Potsteelhoogte Grootbrak-Rivier, Wes-KaapMoll, Jacques, 2008/05, Ficksburg, VrystaatMoolman, Chris, 2004/06, Cederville, NatalMoolman, Johan, 2001/07, Louis Trichardt, LimpopoMoolman, F, 2007/02, Vanderbijlpark, GautengMoolman, Nico, 2007/02, Vanderbijlpark, GautengMorgan, Michelle, 2006/02, Durban, NatalMould, Shaun, 2012/09, Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapMoutin, Paul, 2008/07, Roodepoort, GautengMouton, Christo, 2010/09, Drie Riviere Vereeniging, GautengMuller, Barnie, 1997/12, Secunda, MpumalangaMuller, Lenie, 1997/12, Secunda, MpumalangaMuller, Carina, 2010/01, Schweizer Reneke, NoordwesMuller, Pieter, 2006/09, Ermelo, MpumalangaMuller, Arina, 2012/06, Mnandi Centurion, GautengMunks, Roy, 2008/07, Hoedspruit, LimpopoMurley, Roy, 2002/07, Kocksrus Westonaria, GautengMurrin, Richard, 2012/12, Kempton Park, GautengMyburg, Jean, 1999/07, Franschoek, Wes-KaapMyburg, Anna, 2010/02, Bronkhorstspruit, Gauteng

N – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Nash, Alexander, 2004/07, Northcliff Johannesburg, GautengNaude, SG, 2001/04, Olyfenkloof Jamestown, Oos-KaapNaude, Frederick, 2003/09, Cullinan, GautengNaude, Beatrize, 2002/12, Doornpoort Krugersdorp, GautengNaude, Willie, 2002/12, Doornpoort Krugersdorp, GautengNeethling, Matthew, 2012/08, Pietermaritzburg, NatalNeetling, Nadia, 2001/12, Proklamasie Heuwel Pretoria, GautengNefdt, June, 2012/06, Kaapstad, Wes-KaapNel, Elsa, 1993/09, Klerksdorp, NoordwesNel, Gert, 2001/06, Kleinbegin Bloemfontein, VrystaatNel, Kobus, 2003/08, Sardinia Bultfontein, VrystaatNel, Leatha, 2006/12, Pietersburg, LimpopoNel, Mariette, 2002/03, Ladysmith, NatalNel, Tienie, 2008/07, Leslie, MpumalangaNell, Marthinus, 2008/11, Vosman, MpumalangaNelson, Lenie, 2005/09, Summerstrand Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapNepgen, Jennifer, 2004/10, Haakdoringboom, GautengNeuenschwander, Ernst, 2001/04, Panorama Soetendal Wellington, Wes-KaapNeuenschander, Trudie, 2001/04, Panorama Soetendal Wellington, Wes-KaapNick, Cornelius, 2006/11, Vorna Valley Midrand, GautengNick, Lynette, 2006/11, Vorna Valley Midrand, GautengNiehaus, H, 2001/08, Worcester, Wes-KaapNiewenhuzen van, Loekie, 2003/12, Louis Trichardt, LimpopoNortje, Inga, 2012/05, Middelburg, MpumalangaNortje, Kerneels, 2005/12, Opwag Groblershoop, Noord-KaapNuwenhuizen, Hein, 2002/04, Ford Jackson Oos London, Oos-Kaap

O – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Oberholzer, Desire, 2007/01, Elarduspark Pretoria, GautengOberholzer, Mr, 2007/01, Elarduspark Pretoria, GautengOberholzer, Mauritz, 2012/09, Zoutpandsdrift Brits, NoordwesOdendaal, Francois, 2007/02, Nelspruit, LimpopoOellerman, Alfred, 2001/05, Babanago, NatalOlivier, Pieter, 2002/04, Bleskopfontein, GautengOlivier, Christo, 2002/08, Jan Kempdorp, NoordwesOlivier, Hester, 2001/07, Lenterus Twee Rivieren Joubertina, Wes-KaapOlivier, Lauren, 2007/09, Sunninghill Durban-Noord, NatalOlwage, Andrew, 2006/10, Bellville, KaapstadOlwage, Kowie, 2006/10, Bellville, KaapstadO’Neale, Nel, 2003/08, Bloemfontein, VrystaatOosthuizen, Mr, 2000/10, Klipdrift Hammanskraal, GautengOosthuizen, Chrissie, 1998/02, Valpan, GautengOosthuizen, Isak, 1998/02, Valpan, GautengOosthuizen, Johannes, 2012/07, Carletonville, GautengOosthuizen, Mr, 2006/03, Soutpansberg Louis Trichardt, LimpopoOosthuizen, F, 2006/03, Soutpansberg Louis Trichardt, LimpopoOosthuizen, Otto, 2005/11, Kuduskraal Louws Creek Nelspruit, MpumalangaOosthuizen, Ronnie, 2000/07, Rietgat Koppies, VrystaatOpperman, Boks, 2005/08, Weilaagte Delmas, MpumalangaOpperman, Mariaan, 2005/08, Weilaagte Delmas, MpumalangaOpperman, Tinus, 2002/11, Long Tom Pas, Mpumalanga

P – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Painter, Craig, 2001/10, Erasmia Pretoria, GautengParkin, Len, 2006/01, Sinoville Pretoria, GautengPartridge, John, 2001/03, Port Edward, NatalPeach, Carole, 2006/12, Durban, NatalPelser, Theunis, 2010/05, Leeuwfontein Kameeldrift, GautengPestana, Mandy, 2010/10, Linbropark Johannesburg, GautengPeters, Andrelette, 2010/10, Wolfgat Kaapstad, Wes-KaapPetzer, Lionel, 2000/01, Primrose, GautengPickett, Greg, 1998/01, Coffee Bay, TranskeiPienaar, Andre, 2002/05, Mooitoekoms Viljoenskroon, VrystaatPienaar, Barend, 2001.04, De Deur Brits, NoordwesPienaar, Elsie, 2005/02, Muldersdrift, GautengPienaar, Eugene, 2005/02, Muldersdrift, GautengPienaar, Heila, 2008/10, Waldrift Vereeniging, GautengPienaar, Nelia, 2000/05, Mooitoekoms Vierfontein, VrystaatPieterse, Anuska, 2006/07, Swartruggens, NoordwesPieterse, Daleen, 2006/07, Swartruggens, NoordwesPieterse, Gideon, 2006/07, Swartruggens, NoordwesPieterse, Christo, 2007/02, Bloemfontein, VrystaatPieterse, F, 1998/01, Wilgerspoort Middelburg, MpumalangaPieterse, Pieter, 2002/03, Komatipoort, MpumalangaPikaan, Christo, 2001/06, Spioenkop Grabouw, Wes-KaapPilanculo, Alexander, 2002/04, Riviersbaken Alma, LimpopoPitzer, Louise, 2012/05, Umtentwenie, NatalPloughman, Elizabeth, 2001/08, Masekhane Paarl, Wes-KaapPlochl, Ernst, 2009/05, Mariazell Griqualand, Noord-KaapPollard, Chris, 2000/07, Krugersdorp, GautengPodolski, Ezra, 2006/09, Pietermaritzburg, NatalPohlman, Marc, 2008/02, Pietermaritzburg, NatalPotgieter, Andre, 2001/04, Bloemfontein, VrystaatPotgieter, Boet, 2006/12, Potchefstroom, NoordwesPotgieter, Clarance, 2006/09, Brenthurst Brakpan, GautengPotgieter, Dorothy, 2006/09, Brenthurst Brakpan, GautengPotgieter, Dorothy, 2001/01, Witrivier, MpumalangaPotgieter, Jan, 2009/10, Villa Nora Ellisras, LimpopoPotgieter, Lourens, 2010/01, Sybrandskraal, MpumalangaPotgieter, Malcolm, 2001/01, Witrivier, MpumalangaPotgieter, Mariette, 2000/10, Pretoria-Noord, GautengPotgieter, Petrus, 2001/01, Lindleyspoort Pretoria, GautengPotgieter, Willemientjie, 2010/12, Tweefontein Lindley, VrystaatPotgieter, Wilma, 2010/12, Tweefontein Lindley, VrystaatPotgieter, Attie, 2010/12, Tweefontein Lindley, VrystaatPowell, E, 2000/08, Balfour, MpumalangaPretorius, Andries, 2002/07, Dundee, NatalPretorius, Boeta, 1998/01, Ratpan Vierfontein, VrystaatPretorius, Coenie, 2005/02, Muldersdrift, GautengPretorius, Estleen, 2005/02, Muldersdrift, GautengPretorius, Hannah, 2005/02, Muldersdrift, GautengPretorius, Jurie, 2005/02, Muldersdrift, GautengPretorius, Magda, 2005/02, Muldersdrift, GautengPretorius, Petro, 2005/02, Muldersdrift, GautengPretorius, Elizabeth, 2001/03, Groenfontein Mooinooi, NoordwesPretorius, Gary, 2006/10, Bashewa Garsfontein Pretoria, GautengPretorius, Jana, 1994/09, Silverton Pretoria, GautengPretorius, Gert, 2010/04, Holgatfontein Nigel, GautengPretorius, Gottfried, 2002/10, Bamboesberg Ficksburg, VrystaatPretorius, Jannie, 2000/07, Jacobsheuwel Viljoenskroon, VrystaatPretorius, Johannes, 2002/09, Rietfontein Balfour, MpumalangaPretorius, Lorinda, 2002/09, Rietfontein Balfour, MpumalangaPretorius, Pieter, 2002/09, Rietfontein Balfour, MpumalangaPretorius, Louis, 2000/09, Klein Rocklands Bloemfontein, VrystaatPretorius, Willem, 2002/01, Carolina, MpumalangaPretorius, Braam, 2000/11, Fairlands Johannesburg, GautengPrice, Norman, 2005/04, Sunlands Addo, Oos-KaapPrins, Martie, 2007/01, Somer Groblersdal, MpumalangaPrinsloo, Bets, 2006/09, Prinshof Warmbad, LimpopoPrinsloo, Joggie, 2006/09, Prinshof Warmbad, LimpopoPrinsloo, Christo, 09/2011, Randfontein, GautengPrinsloo, JP, 2003/05, Linden Viljoenskroon, VrystaatPrinsloo, Laetitia, 2008/11, Vaalbank Bronkhorstspruit, Gauteng

R – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Raats, Pieter, 2001/03, Groenfontein Mooinooi, NoordwesRabe, Mr, 2000/06, Wydgelegen Wakkerstroom, MpumalangaRadford, John, 2012/08, Kirkwood, Oos-KaapRadloff, F, 2000/05, Waterfall Fiksburg, VrystaatRalfe, Lynette, 2010/03, Colenso, NatalRas, Mr, 2000/05, Kromhoek Wakkerstroom, MpumalangaRawstone, Hester, 2003/08, Pretoria, GautengRamsay, Thomas, 2003/06, Johannesburg, GautengRattray, NF, 2007/01, Fugitive’s Farm Rorke’s Drift, NatalRausche, Connie, 2006/12, Garsfontein Pretoria, GautengReed, Caronline, 2006/01, Gonubie Oos London, Oos-KaapReed, Natasha, 2006/01, Gonubie Oos London, Oos-KaapReed, Phillip, 2006/01, Gonubie Oos London, Oos-KaapReid, Andrew, 1998/08, Boschrug George, Wes-KaapReid, Bobby, 1998/08, Boschrug George, Wes-KaapRender, Neil, 2007/02, Villieria Pretoria, GautengRens, Aldrich, 2001/03, Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapRenton, Jimmy, 2005/03, Oos London, Oos-KaapReyneke, Gert, 2010/10, Kameeldrift Pretoria, GautengReyneke, Sonja, 2007/01, Pretoria, GautengReynolds, Edwin, 2007/02, Zwartkops Pretoria, GautengRichter, Franz, 2007/06, Muldersdrift, GautengRichter, P, 2000/08, Karos Upington, Noord-KaapRoach, Rudi, 2008/10, Kameeldrift Pretoria, GautengRoberts, Dale, 2008/08, Uitzicht Pretoria, GautengRoberts, Joseph, 2003/03, De Deur Brits, NoordwesRoberts, Ronnie, 2003/05, Nomga Burgersdorp, Oos-KaapRobins, Eric, 2012/06, Port Edward, NatalRobins, Betty, 2012/06, Port Edward, NatalRobinson, Robbie, 2000/12, Secunda, MpumalangaRobson, Noel, 2012/07, Colenso, NatalRobson, Yvonne, 2012/07, Colenso, NatalRoets, Nick, 2009/07, Raslouw Centurion, GautengRohrs, Anna-marie, 2010/10, Escourt, NatalRoos, De Ville, 2006/04, Brits, NoordwesRoos, Pieter, 1993/05, Suikerboskop Witbank, MpumalangaRoos, Tillie, 1993/05, Suikerboskop Witbank, MpumalangaRoux, Alet, 2000/12, Riversdale, Wes-KaapRowe, Alan, 2009/05, Bloemendal Estate, NatalRoux, Derek, 2008/06, Chartwell, GautengRudolph, Amelda, 2006/02, Randfontein, GautengRudolph, Armand, 2006/02, Randfontein, GautengRudolf, Jean, 2006/02, Randfontein, GautengRuiters, Leonardus, 2002/12, Tuinplaas Napier, Wes-KaapRush, May, 2001/02, Queenstown, Oos-Kaap

S – Surname, Name, Date, Place, Province

Sauer, Linelle, 2002/08, Tabakpoort Burgersdorp, Oos-KaapSauer, Marne, 2002/08, Tabakpoort Burgersdorp, Oos-KaapSauer, Megan, 2002/08, Tabakpoort Burgersdorp, Oos-KaapSanders, Corrie, 2012/09, Brits, NoordwesSawyer, Monica, 2002/04, Magaliesburg, NoordwesSchubart, Keith, 2006/12, Nylstroom, LimpopoScheepers, Martie, 2001/01, Maclear, Oos-KaapScheepers, Johnny, 2002/07, Scheepers Neck Vryheid, NatalScheepers, Gerhard, 1997/12, Klipkrans, MpumalangaScheepers, Nelie, 1997/12, Klipkras, MpumalangaSchmidt, Cornelia, 2002/03, Tuscanon Pontdrif Messina, LimpopoSchmidt, Rudi, 2002/03, Tuscanon Pontdrif Messina, LimpopoSchmidt, E, 2000/07, Wykom Louwsberg, NatalSchoeman, Riana, 2010/08, Brandbach Cullinan, GautengSchmidt, Ludwig, 2001/06, Walmer Port Elizabeth, Oos-KaapSchnepel, Colin, 1995/02, Magaliesburg, NoordwesSchoeman, Christie, 2006/10, Rietpoort Paul Roux, VrystaatSchoeman, Tolstoi, 2010/12, Vygeboom Badplaas, MpumalangaScholtz, F, 2000/05, Goudplaas Amalia, NoordwesScholtz, Leonard, 2003/03, Doornhoek Bothaville, VrystaatSchonken, Joan, 2006/11, Kirkwood, Oos-KaapSchonken, Isabel, 2009/09, Klipkop Pretoria, GautengSchoonwinkel, Marika, 2001/05, Diepkloof Groblersdal, MpumalangaSchoonwinkel, Daniel, 2001/05, Diepkloof Groblersdal, MpumalangaSchreider, Adel, 2007/02, Silver Lakes Pretoria, GautengShreider, Moira, 2007/02, Silver Lakes Pretoria, GautengScott, Duanne, 2006/01, Durban, NatalSena, Claudio, 2001/01, Rietfontein Vaaldriehoek, GautengShelton, Mark, 2004/10, Tygerberg Kaapstad, Wes-KaapShelver, Melissa, 2005/06, Oos London, Oos-KaapShulman, Larry, 2007/02, Groenkloof Pretoria, GautengSiemens, George, 2002/07, Tzaneen, LimpopoSilberman, Bradley, 2004/11, Sandton Johannesburg, GautengSim, Leon, 2012/08, Kemptonpark, GautengSim, Marie, 2012/08, Kemptonpark, GautengSingery, Luitjie, 2007/01, Willow Park Manor Pretoria, GautengSingery, Mark, 2007/01, Willow Park Manor Pretoria, GautengSkinner, William, 2004/06, Toitskraal Groblersdal, MpumalangaSlater, Rene, 2010/02, Vaalkrans Uitenhage, Oos-KaapSmit, Christo, 2009/07, Elandsfontein Pretoria, GautengSmit, Jan, 2010/10, Jongensfontein Stilbaai, Wes-KaapSmit, Elizabeth, 2010/10, Jongensfontein Stilbaai, Wes-KaapSmit, Bonita, 1994/07, Turffontein Johannesburg, GautengSmit, Deon, 2007/02, Zwartkops Pretoria, GautengSmit, Jan, 2007/01, Dio Vista Nelspruit, MpumalangaSmit, Magda, 2007/01, Akasia Pretoria, GautengSmit, Steven, 2007/01, Akasia Pretoria, GautengSmit, Johanna, 2010/07, Witpoort Wolmaranstad, NoordwesSmit, Japie, 1996/03, Braamfontein Johannesburg, GautengSmit, Susanne, 2000/08, Delmas, MpumalangaSmit, Theuns, 2003/03, Brits, NoordwesSmith, Bruwer, 2012/06, Lyttleton Pretoria, GautengSmith, Charles, 2009/10, Hartbeesfontein Brits, NoordwesSmith, Anton, 2001/11, Rietspruit Nelspruit, MpumalangaSmith, Margaret, 2001/11, Rietspruit Nelspruit, MpumalangaSmith, Fanie, 2003/08, Vadersdeel Heilbron, VrystaatSmith, Ina, 2003/08, Vadersdeel Heilbron, VrystaatSmith, Helgardt, 2002/10, Aandgeknocht Bultfontein, VrystaatSmith, Rinus, 2002/10, Aandgeknocht Bultfontein, VrystaatSmith, Tania, 2002/10, Aandgeknocht Bultfontein, VrystaatSmith, Isobel, 2002/01, Sundra, MpumalangaSmith, Arthur, 2002/01, Sundra, MpumalangaSmith, Ron, 2010/03, Droogekloof Warmbad, LimpopoSmith, Pete, 2012/05, Southport, NatalSnyman, Aleta, 2006/10, Strand, Wes-KaapSnyman, Johan, 2006/10, Strand, Wes-KaapSnyman, Martie, 2006/07, Pretoria Tuine, GautengSnyman, Willie, 2006/07, Pretoria Tuine, GautengSnyman, Pieter, 2005/02, Balmoral Louis Trichardt, LimpopoSnyman, Sherley, 2003/08, Bloemfontein, VrystaatSpannenberg, Mr, 2000/10, Benoni, GautengSpannenberg, F, 2000/10, Benoni, GautengSparks, Wilhelm, 2006/12, Ellisras, LimpopoSpies, Johannes, 2008/10, Gravelotte Harrismith, VrystaatSpies, Pierre, 2007/01, Pretoria, GautengStafleu, Vanessa, 2012/05, Randfontein, GautengStander, Hetta, 2004/01, Pomona Oos-Rand, GautengStander, Sias, 2008/11, Coligny, NoordwesStapelberg, Johan, 2001/08, Boons, NoordwesStaples, John, 2010/09, Bronkhorstspruit, GautengStassen, Pearl, 2004/02, Stoneydrift Oos London, Oos-KaapStassen, GS, 1996/06, Ohrigstad, MpumalagaStassen, C, 1996/06, Ohrigstad, MpumalangaSteenberg, Adriaan, 2005/09, Leeufontein Kameeldrift Pretoria, GautengSteenberg, Suna, 2010/10, Kameelfontein Pretoria, GautengSteenkamp, Gerrit, 1997/08, Bothaville, VrystaatSteenkamp, Lucas, 2002/12, Pietersburg, LimpopoStephen, Micheal, 2004/01, Primrose, GautengStevens, Julie, 2002/11, Long Tom Pas, MpumalangaStevenson, Brendon, 2004/02, Douglasdale, GautengStevenson, Lana, 2004/02, Doulasdale, GautengStewart, Gary, 2012/10, Kaapstad, Wes-KaapSteyn, John Louis, 2005/11, Sandrivier Pietersburg, LimpopoSteyn, Johan, 2002/07, Bynespoort Cullinan, GautengSteyn, Leon, 2009/10, Hendriksdal Sabie, MpumalangaSteyn, Hetta, 2009/10, Hendriksdal Sabie, MpumalangaSteyn, Hennie, 2004/10, Middelburg, MpumalangaSteyn, Sonja, 2005/09, Vorentoe Stellenbosch, Wes-KaapSteyn, Deon, 2006/09, Marken, LimpopoStieler, Ernest, 2009/05, Olifantsfontein Midrand, GautengStobia, F, 2000/10, Grootfontein Marikana, NoordwesStols, Stephanus, 2001/09, Witrivier, MpumalangaStols, Thelma, 2001/09, Witrivier, MpumalangaStoltz, Benna, 2007/02, Florentia Alberton, GautengStoltz, Bertus, 2007/02, Florentia Alberton, GautengStoltz, Elain, 2007/02, Florentia Alberton, GautengStoltz, Coen, 2009/08, Villiers, VrystaatStrasheims, Chistine, 2006/12, Brooklyn Pretoria, GautengStrasheims, Conrad, 2006/12, Brooklyn Pretoria, GautengStrasheims, Wilkie, 2006/12, Brooklyn Pretoria, GautengStrauss, Kolie, 2006/10, Bloemsmond Kanoneiland, Noord-KaapStrick, Mr, 2000/06, Roode

All of this is true!
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Images are graphic but true. These gruesome murders are the evil brainchild of Nelson Mandela and the communist African National Congress (A.N.C). All of this has been legalized by Jacob Zuma and all of this has been happening since 1994. Nelson Mandela is a criminal, not a saint!!!!!!

The whites of South Africa are innocent people and they need your help!!!!!!!!

African National Congress (A.N.C), the criminals responsible for the murders of innocent whites in South Africa. They are the perpetrators of White Genocide in South Africa

African National Congress (A.N.C), the criminals responsible for the murders of innocent whites in South Africa. They are the perpetrators of White Genocide in South Africa

We need to overthrow Jacob Zuma, else South Africa will die!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Else, it will be legal to say Kill the F**king nigger, Kill the F**king Blacks!!!!!!!!!!