7 Farm murders, 46 farm attacks in South Africa during September 2019

During September 2019, there were forty six farm attacks and seven farm murders, whilst one farm attack was averted. And whilst the authorities who prefer to deny the existence of these heinous crimes, during August 2019, there were 45 farm attacks, 4 farm murders, whilst 6 farm attacks were successfully averted.
During July 2019, there were 39 farm attacks, 4 farm murders and 4 farm attacks were averted. During the month of June 2019, there were 34 farm attacks and 6 farm murders, whilst 3 farm attacks were averted. And for the period 1 January to the end of May 2019, there were already 184 Farm attacks and 20 farm murders. A staggering statistic and the government says its not happening!
45 Farm attacks, 4 farm murders in South Africa during August 2019

During August 2019, in South Africa, there were 45 farm attacks, 4 farm murders, whilst 6 farm attacks were successfully averted. During July 2019, there were 39 farm attacks, 4 farm murders and 4 farm attacks were averted. During the month of June 2019, there were 34 farm attacks and 6 farm murders, whilst 3 … Continue reading
418 Farm attacks and 48 farm murders during ‘crime statistics’ period

The civil rights organisation AfriForum welcomed the South African Police Service’s (SAPS) inclusion of farm murders in its 2018/2019 crime statistics under the header of “Violence at farms and smallholdings”. At the same time, the organisation appeals to SAPS to provide a more detailed section on farm attacks, as well as farm murders in its … Continue reading
South Africa: Slaughter in September, ignored by the world

For the last 25 years, something has been happening in South Africa. Something that is forbidden by the liberal elite world establishment to even fleetingly mention. And so the world has been ignoring this forbidden subject. Many, also in South Africa, have chosen to look the other way. But looking the other way does not make … Continue reading
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South Africa: Slaughter in September, ignored by the world