How, in 1999, I became an “Enemy of the State” in Queensland, Australia (PART ONE)

National Library of Australia historical archive of my 1990s online daily newspaper:

This is a very personal documentary dating back over 20 years to a time when I was arrested for exposing a senior Labor Party Member of Parliament, Bill D’Arcy, over his sick legacy of pedophilia … the Australian mainstream media were complicit in my arrest. The parts making up this documentary produced in the early 2000s will run weekly over a four week period. I am doing this at the request of several subscribers who saw the documentary of my political arrest.

Angie Motshekga – don’t waste your time investigating me | South Africa

Allegations of corruption made against ANC MP Mathole Motshekga over Covid-19 tenders are desperate, far-fetched lies that should be ignored.

In a statement issued on Tuesday, the basic education department said minister Angie Motshekga noted with dismay the false news circulating on social media, alleging that her husband Mathole was involved in the production of sanitisers for schools.

Unbelievable scenes at the Zondo Commission of Enquiry | South Africa.

Former finance minister Des van Rooyen, who held office for just four days in 2015, appeared in front of the State Capture Inquiry on August 11 2020. At the centre of evidence was Van Rooyen’s appointment of two Gupta-linked advisers, Mohamed Bobat and Ian Whitley, immediately after he was sworn into office as minister on December 10 2015, without seeing Bobat’s CV.

Africa is stirring – the ANC in South Africa should be worried.

The Aalwynhof Old Age Home in the Karoo town of Aberdeen in the Eastern Cape is one of hundreds across the province which have not received their usual subsidy from the government since March. The home, which looks after 35 elderly people, has run out of money and may soon be unable to buy food for the people in its care.

Black Lives Matter: By their fruits will you know them

Charles Wade, a prominent Black Lives Matter organizer and co-founder of Operation Help or Hush, was arrested last month and charged with human trafficking and prostitution.

Mr. Wade was arrested at a Howard Johnson Inn in College Park, Maryland, on April 25. Police said he was residing in a motel room where he allegedly pimped a 17-year-old girl, The Daily Caller reported Thursday.

Growing call for business to withhold tax payments in South Africa

Business interest group Sakeliga has published a new survey showing that the lockdown and corruption are pushing taxpayers towards a breaking point.

The survey, which was conducted online among Sakeliga members, also looked at participants’ inclination to support anti-tax campaigns.