WATCH | SA farm murders and attacks: Polygraph Analyst Identifies that it’s ‘inside jobs’!(SHARE)

Silke Kaiser, a polygraph analyst who has worked on more than 300 farm attack cases in South Africa, says that farm attacks are ‘inside jobs’ as employees provide detailed security information to the hit squads who commit the murders.

The motivation is to steal guns, money and jewelry. Kaiser says that rape, torture and murder are pre-planned and are related to witchcraft. She explains how farmers can avoid attacks as very few arrests are made and when there is an arrest, the police are paid off to lose the dockets so there is no prosecution.


 

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Ramaphosa tells farmers ‘Don’t fear reform process’, do you remember the history of Piet Retief and Dingaan, and poor Jan gets the blame too.

Farmers shouldn’t see themselves as an island, President Cyril Ramaphosa told wine farmers and businessmen when his campaign trail took him to the Beyerskloof wine estate outside Stellenbosch.

He said farmers should be part of the solutions facing the country, and they should embrace change.

Ramaphosa said South African farmers were really good, but that the country also came from a “very sad history, a terrible history, particularly on issues of the land”.

He said, as he did in his State of the Nation Address last year, that land was South Africa’s original sin.

“It happened when Jan van Riebeeck first set foot here,” Ramaphosa said.

“The future is a good future if we all work together.”

The solution was not to be isolationist, he said.

According to Ramaphosa, individual farmers found ways to address the “horrible past” and include their wor
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Creative attempt at a land grab – Trespasser allow herd of cattle to graze on farm – farmer was informed by the trespasser that the land belonged to the state and that it was given to him

AfriForum, in collaboration with other organisations and authorities, impounded approximately 150 cattle on a farm near Vaalwater on Thursday 7 March 2019.

This follows after a trespasser had cut the farm’s fences and locks to allow his herd of cattle to graze there, after which the farmer was informed by the trespasser that the land belonged to the state and that it was assigned to the trespasser.

A helicopter was used early in the morning to find and to gather the cattle on adjacent farms. Trucks were used to pick up all the cattle and transport them to the pound in Potgietersrus. Farmers from the community, from as far as Ellisras, Matlabas and Nylstroom assisted with this task.

According to Llewellyn Hemmens, AfriForum’s Assistant Safety Coordinator for the Northern Region, many of the cattle had more than one brand and some were not marked at all. “It is illegal for cattle to have different brands and we therefore have a strong suspi
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Real farm murders statistics for 2018: 460 farm attacks and 64 farm murders – yet SA president says no farmers are being murdered

From 1 January to 31 December 2018, there were 460 farm attacks and 64 farm murders in South Africa. That equates to one farmer being murdered every 5.7 days and 1.3 farm attacks per day on average.

Whilst the South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa, and the ANC government is denying the existence of these attacks, the horrific fact is that the white minority are under siege and black leaders are openly calling for the killing of whites.

Read the original article in Afrikaans on Die Vryburger

This report does not necessarily reflects the opinion of SA-news.


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South Africa can face food shortage with the Ramaphosa regime’s landgrab actions – Farmers unwilling to sow or plant because they are afraid of financial implications

With the inability of the Ramaphosa regime to clearly understand what farmers are facing from the when the landgrab action that will soon begin, farmers are worried that they will face financial ruin.

The different scenarios are analysed one after the other, one of which makes farmers unwilling to sow or to plant.

The farmers believe the risk is too high to harvest land and then the government confiscates the land for the benefit of the so-called new owner.

The second source of concern is who will be responsible for the exercise that has to be undertaken and who is responsible for the mortgage on the farm.

Even though only a portain of the farm is being taken under the land expropriation action, the problem remains the same. Farmers would rather no longer incur any costs, fearing that they should pay the costs without the income on the ground.

If political leaders of the ANC regime ignore all fears, or reject it as speculation, the
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Farmers across SA are are currently experiencing huge losses due to Eskom’s unreliable service and continues load shedding

Farmers across the country, but especially in the soft fruit industry, are at wits end. All this because of the continues load shedding that is currently employed throughout South-Africa. Vessels that deliver water at a certain time of the day for a certain time are now affected by power failures.

The “cold chain”, namely cooling of export fruit is constantly interrupted by irregular power supply, and adversely affects the quality.

This will cause millions of Rand’s damage, and where fruit can no longer be exported due to power failures, the country can lose its status as a reliable supplier.

Dairy’s that works with sensitive and extremely perishable products are now forced to obtain a backup power generator because of the unreliability of Eskom’s service.

Read the original article in Afrikaans on Die Vryburger
This report does not necessarily reflects the opinion of SA-news.


 

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