Jamming tonight with Winston | South Africa

Resident Loving Life singer Winston will join us tonight for a relaxing evening of jamming, playing requests while you enjoy his great and versatile singing. Now that South Africa is on level one we are moving our jamming sessions to weekdays as Winston is booked out on weekends.
Winston’s Tip Jar: Winston Coetzee’s banking details:
Bank: Capitec Savings
A/c no: 1607563043
Branch Code: 470010
Swift Code: CABLZAJJ
Paypal: quentincoetzee91@gmail.com

The search is on for Siener van Rensburg’s man in the brown suit | South Africa

In October boer and Afrikaner community leaders will meet at Lichtenburg to discuss the collapsing nation state of South Africa. Tonight I will be talking to Werner Kruger about this meeting which Loving Life will cover live.
Find out more about the 10 October meeting: https://www.facebook.com/XL-Rebel-639644849979452
Siener van Rensburg: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLupsSDPMFrV9HFp2X7WCvgKWJ6safj8Tj

Sunday Service (27 September 2020) “Should we pay taxes to Caesar?”

Collection plate (on Loving Life’s insistence as Father Dan Berriman, as a pensioner, incurs weekly costs to present this valuable Sunday Service. Any excess to Dan’s needs will be donated to a Loving Life charity):
Dan Harvey Berriman, Bank -Standard Bank of South Africa,
Consolidated account (same as Current account) Account number 060116064
Bank code is: 051001

The incompetent legacy of the MK trying to shut down Durban | South Africa

Whatever the virtues of South Africa’s governing African National Congress (ANC) – we are assured it still has a few – it was never any good at armed struggle. And no more comprehensive support for that judgment has been assembled than the valuable new book, “Umkhonto we Sizwe: The ANC’s Armed Struggle”, by the University of Pretoria’s Thula Simpson.

Ace Magashule named in Zondo Commission | South Africa

Former Free State MEC for human settlements Mosebenzi Zwane on Friday conceded that the appointment of contractors outside an open tender process for the R1.4bn housing project in 2010 was wrong.

However, the blame cannot be placed at his door because the plan was given a go-ahead by the then provincial executive council (exco) led by premier Ace Magashule, he said.