Afrikaner poor battle to survive in Cape Town – please help!
12 February 2012 Leave a comment
Ruyterwacht Cape Town Afrikaner poor settlement
Afrikaners living in squatter camps are a common phenomenon in South Africa now – because they are denied all access to the SA labour market under the ANC-regime.
Photographer Matt Tabaccos sent in these pictures to the Sunday Times from a squatter camp in Ruyterwacht, Cape Town on Feb 12 2012. But there are hundreds of such little squatter-camps housing at least 1-million of the 3,5-million Afrikaners who struggle to survive under the ANC-regime’s demonic anti-white job-reservation laws.
In the Netherlands, a non-profit fund was registered by South African expats in November 2011 to help collect funds — specifically amongs expats with easy payment facilities such as Paypal — to try and help their kith and kin back home.
It’s easy to donate to this organisation: which in turn earmarks the funds in cooperation with Afrikaner-charities inside South Africa to help the Afrikaner poor survive under these restrictive labour-conditions.
Donations to Afrikaner Rescue Action Fund:
or click directly on the website: http://myafrikaans.org/steun-ons/
Dutch bank name: ING – account number 5237454
Bank address: De Loper 47, 3137DD Vlaardingen
Account holder: Stichting Afrikaner – Reddingsactiefonds (ARAF)
Email Andre Beukes: firstname.lastname@example.org