Zuma sings Shoot the Boer: now Afrikaners get killed daily
24 March 2012 Leave a comment
summary of latest incidents: Selcourt man murdered after taking gardener home; IT-expert Kobus Zwart stabbed to death after leaving his job; Trevor and Laura Rees murdered in Farrarmere, Benoni; Mrs Kleingeld beaten up at her Pretoria smallholdings; Harrismith farmer Tjokkie Venter stabbed in face; elderly Afrikaner couple survive brutal attack in Somerstrand PE; and ‘flash-mob’ rioting breaks out countrywide
Zuma sang repeatedly: “We are going to shoot them, they are going to run, Shoot the Boer, shoot them, they are going to run, Shoot the Boer, we are going to hit them, they are going to run, the Cabinet will shoot them, with the machine gun, the Cabinet will shoot them, with the machine gun …’ January 8 2012, Bloemfontein
An Afrikaner man from Selcourt took his gardener home and was found torched to death inside his bakkie near Grootvlei gold mine, Springs at 9am – pic:
IT-expert Kobus Zwart, 36, disappeared after leaving from his Midrand job enroute to his Alberton home: was found stabbed to death – on road between Balfour and Standerton. The SAPS did a wonderful job: they traced his bakkie all the way to Ulundi in KZN where the local police found ‘three very drunken males’ in possession of it, and three other males were also arrested with his laptop computer and …
Early Saturday-morning, March 24, Mrs Kleingeld was brutally beaten up by a large group of black males on her smallholding near Pretoria. She is now in Montana Hospital, with a broken nose and badly bruised face, writes Jaypee Smuts. “Police are trying to locate her husband who is on an overseas trip at the moment, to inform him of the armed robbery attack on his wife”.
Harrismith farmer Tjokkie Venter, 36, stabbed in face, beaten with steel bars by squatters on farm:
2012-03-21 08:02 Harrismith farmer Tjokkie Venter, 36, is in hospital after being stabbed in the face and beaten with an iron bar when he was demolishing a steel structure on a farm which was bought by the SA National Road Agency SANRAL which plans to widen the N3 freeway. People who are living illegally on the State-owned farm assaulted Mr Venter and his father on Tuesday evening on the farm Gegund – after the two Venter men had been demolishing a steel structure on the farm Uitvlugt, belonging to Sanral. Local citizen-defence unit member Piet Roetz said the Venters were assaulted ‘by people who claimed the farm belonged to them, not to Sanral’. The farm house and storage sheds were already demolished. Albert Venter alerted the police to the assault and SAPS sergeant Majang Skalkie said ‘a charge of criminal violent assault is being investigated. Thus far nobody was arrested.
Elderly Afrikaner couple attacked in Somerstrand, Port Elizabeth, threatened with torture by boiling water: Humewood police Phone: 041-5045057 Fax: 041-5045208) The search for all the armed black males who attacked an elderly Afrikaner couple and tortured them at their Somerstrand home on March 19 is continuing. SAPS captain Sandra Janse van Rensburg said one suspect was arrested shortly thereafter near the crime-scene and two other males were also captured in the victinity carrying a bag with contents. The 81-year-old victim who was assaulted with the coloured carer, called ‘Katie’, were both dragged to a bedroom and beaten with the 80-year-old wife and tied up.The old woman was threatened with torture by boiling water if she didn’t want to give them the keyus to the safe – which they knew was on the premices. The gang fled after stealing several historic Kruger Coins, jewellery and money. SAPS Director Ronald Koll of the Humewood police station said a week earlier that they ‘believe they had arrested the master-brain behind the wave of armed house-robberies in the area, which is highly favoured by retired couples. http://afrikaans.news24.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Bejaarde-paartjie-in-PE-aangeval-20120322
Trevor Rees and wife Laura murdered at home, Farrarmere, Benoni March 20 2012: all set to travel to family in Australia:
The elderly Benoni couple who were found murdered in their home in Farrarmere, Benoni, Trevor and Laura Rees, both in their eighties, were all set to travel to visit their son and grandchildren in Australia when they were murdered. Their death was so ‘senseless,’ said reverend Willem Mostert of the Farrarmere Anglican congregation to which the Rees couple belonged. Their son Glenn Rees – who also is an Anglican Minister, lives north of Melbourne in Australia. A family friend Dianne van Niekerk said the son was travelling to South Africa to make the funeral arrangements of his parents. Forensic experts examined the crime scene in Masefield Street two days after their bodies were found. SAPS captain Alfred Nakana of Benoni said it looks as if the killers had jumped across the back wall and found Mr Reed in the hobby-room where he did his woodwork. He was bashed over the head with a hammer and stabbed several times with a knife. Rev Mostert said he saw the couple the previous Thursday when he helped them with the documentation for their travel to Australia. Mostert became concerned when he did not hear from them and contacted security company officials and the police, who broke down the door and discovered the bodies.
Flash-mob attacks soar: Evaton xenophobia: 1,000-strong flash-mob mob attacks “caused by criminals who spread rumours of ‘satanism’ at Living Waters Church
22 march 2012 SAPA Criminals may have been the source of a “satanic” rumour at Living Waters Church in Evaton, south of Gauteng, police say. “While we were busy with unrest at the Living Waters Church, two supermarkets and at least six foreign traders were looted,” police spokesman Constable Tshifhiwa Mitileni said. The crimes and the accompanying violent protests, which have been going on since Tuesday, have pushed Evaton into the “red” making it a ‘high crime’ zone, he added. The Evaton protests were triggered by a rumour that the church was satanic and that children were being kidnapped by church leaders.Mitileni said there had never been any complaint about the church before and police were puzzled by the protests.“If this was the case why has nobody ever laid a charge or complained to us about children disappearing.” The 1,000-strong crowd of protesters were also not all from Evaton but appeared to have arrived from surrounding areas.“There is something else at the bottom of this but we will find out what it is,” he said.
On Tuesday eight people were arrested. There were more arrests but the exact number of arrests could not be confirmed on Thursday.“Today people are going back to work and the situation is quieter,” Mitileni said.
Above: Evaton cops were protecting the Church of the Living Waters congregegation (above) which was being attacked by a huge flash-mob – while other gangs were looting two supermarkets and attacking the shops of six foreign traders…
Large armed flash-mob crowd burns tyre-barriers, surround and besiege Ratanda Heidelberg police station: torch library, community hall, 5 houses, municipal offices: MEC tells cops to use force
22 March 2012 RATANDA township in Heidelberg was tense but stable yesterday as community members and police faced off in front of the police station. A large rolling-mob of well-organised residents who kept in touch with each other ‘flash-mob’ style – went on the rampage since Monday. By Thursday, the violence had not yet abated.
The mob used the excuse that they were angered by Lesedi local municipality mayor Lerato Maloka reportedly failing to attend a community meeting at the weekend. This led to residents vowing to stop council vehicles from entering the township.During the protest march a library, multipurpose centre, community hall, five houses belonging to ward councillors and municipal offices were burnt down. Several Somali-owned shops were also looted.Residents told Sowetan that they were unhappy about the way the council was handling electricity billing in the area.Most of residents use prepaid electricity.A community leader who only identified himself as Kenny said: “If you buy electricity for R200, they give you R150 worth of electricity and say R50 is going to your debt to the municipality. But the money they take never reflects on our bills. The municipality also charges us money for rent but it is not the same for everyone …”
PHOTOALBUM of murdered, attacked Afrikaners on face book page of KALAHARI ANNIE: