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My Swaar se Kind Deon Stein

Four cash-van guards torched: case postponed to Jan 4 2010 

Deon Stein, Marcus Maleta, Dirk Kleinhans and Hennie Botha died when their cash-van was torched near Marken by some 22 men --  and at least two of of the suspects reportedly are former Koevoet members…

Polokwane/Pietersburg. December 21 2009 - The parents of murdered cash-van guard Deon Stein, 20, killed by a huge armed gang near Marken, Limpopo on September 29 2006 – amongst the arrested suspects purportedly were ex-members of 
Koevoet , the 1,000-member SA Police’s Namibian counter-insurgency squad  --  are getting ‘gatvol’ about the constant postponements in the accused men’s trial.

Is everybody scared of conducting this case --  or what is going on?

Last Friday, Advocate Jacques Pienaar couldn’t appear due to ‘deaths in his family,’ the court was told. In June 2008, the trial was postponed  becau
se Hettie Groenewald, legal representative for two defendants, handed in a medical certificate claiming she was under psychiatric care: the court proceedings were disrupted when Groenewald, representing two of the accused Alpheus Msiza, 30, and Kenneth Moitshela, 35,  the only two accused who had been granted bail (of R10,000), let the state prosecutor advocate JP Marais know that she had been under treatment at the Crescent Clinic in Randburg for psychiatric treatment since May 22 and would remain there until June 18 2008 - according to a medical certificate handed in at the court. After this June 2008 postponement, Dirk Kleynhans's widow Colette reportedly told the news media that  "can't believe how much time has already been wasted with this court case"; and Hennie Botha's mother Elize van Rensburg also asked whether there ‘would ever be an end to the case.’ Judge M W Msimeki  has had to repeatedly
postponed the case.

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’ said the young murdered security guard’s mom Elise outside the high court after the case was
postponed once again, this time to 4 January 2010. Mrs Stein and her husband Rex had taken special leave to attend the trial, which was scheduled to take all week.

  • Security guard Stein, his three colleagues Marcus Malete (24), Dirk Kleinhans (28) and Hennie Botha (22) were torched to death after the gang poured petrol over their SBV-cash-transit van and set them alight while enroute from Pietersburg to Ellisras/Lephalale after the van was pushed off and overturned on the road between Marken and Baltimore.

A farmer from a nearby farm still managed to rescue Mr Stein from the burning van but the young Afrikaner died shortly afterwards from smoke-inhalation, reports Beeld.

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Farmers wife tried to save SBV guards

The murder case against nine suspected cash-in-transit robbers charged with murdering four SBV cash-in-transit guards in September 2006 resumed in the Mokopane Circuit High Court on Tuesday.

Nine suspects are each facing four charges of murder, their victims being SBV cash-in-transit guards, Messrs Dirk Kleynhans, Hennie Botha, Marcus Malete and Deon Stein. The gruesome murders took place in the Marken area.

They are also facing additional charges of theft of a motor vehicle; attempted robbery with aggravating circumstances; robbery; and possession of illegal firearms and ammunition.

The accused are Messrs Emmanuel Malebo (36), Alpheus Msiza (30), Kenneth Moitshela (35), Emmanuel Baros (37), Asser Ndjamba (40), Antonio Ndala (40), Joseph Malebese (47), Lawrence Mabitsela (22) and Wilson Manaka (29).

Last Tuesday, Ms René Hennop was in tears after testifying that she tried to save the guards who were trapped in the cash-in-transit vehicle. She and her husband, Neels, were the first people at the scene of the gruesome murder and botched armed robbery attempt.

She testified how she and other farmers from the area broke open the windscreen with a pickaxe.

They took Stein out of the wreck first. He was still alive but died later, probably from smoke inhalation.


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Eugène Terre’Blanche

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- A 29-year-old farm worker was convicted Tuesday in the 2010 killing of South African white supremacist Eugene TerreBlanche, but his teenage companion was acquitted in the murder that sparked fears of racial violence.

Chris Mahlangu was convicted of killing TerreBlanche, his employer and a longtime advocate of a separate state for white Afrikaners.

Patrick Ndlovu, 18, who was 15 and present when the crime was committed, was found guilty of housebreaking with intent to steal. The main evidence against him in the murder was ruled inadmissible by the court because police failed to deal with him correctly as a minor.

The killing, coming months before South Africa hosted soccer's World Cup, so raised fears of racial conflict that President Jacob Zuma took the unusual step of issuing a statement in the middle of the night calling for calm.

 But while race divisions remain entrenched in South Africa, the TerreBlanche murder case did not become a catalyst for white right-wing violence, as some feared.

TerreBlanche was leader of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement, or AWB, which during the apartheid era had advocated independence for Afrikaners. By the time of his death, the group was politically marginalized.

TerreBlanche was found on his bed at his farm in the northwest province, clubbed to death with his pants pulled down. Both men, who surrendered to police after the killing, pleaded not guilty.

 The death came after the ruling African National Congress' youth league president, Julius Malema, had popularized the song "Shoot the Boer," a reference to white farmers. After the slaying, AWB leader Andre Visagie threatened revenge, calling it a declaration of war against whites.

In those fourteen years there have been more than 20,000 armed attacks perpetrated by groups of militant, young African males on South African commercial farms, mostly run by white Afrikaners of course. The SA farm murder toll now stands at 1,782 since the end of apartheid.  But this is a crisis that the international media all but ignore.  You will, for example, wait till you drop for any hint of it from CNN.

So, why do we hear so little about the real South African situation these days?  To me, it seems that only those issues which appeal to the popular imagination reach the presses.  The corruption of the black ANC mafia, filling its pockets under the pretext of “Black Economic Empowerment”, has been in the news.  So, too, has the never-ending search for riches of less lucky blacks eager, perhaps, to follow a bad example.  And we hear about AIDS, of course, and the ANC medical quacks’ capriole cures - which confirm all our suspicions of black competence.

Corruption, violent crime, AIDS and incompetence, it seems, are images of South Africa which we have grown used to and expect to have reinforced.  Generally, though, even if much of the early idealism and the global wave of goodwill that accompanied the birth of modern South Africa has been dented by the realities of black power, the rainbow nation still elicits a kind of hope from the West.  All that talk about truth and reconciliation, all the saint-worship of Nelson Mandela has to have been for something, surely.  The notion that it might not … even that post-apartheid South Africa might treat its Boer minority far worse than ever the old National Party governments treated blacks is simply not fit for the liberal West to contemplate.  Besides, the Boer is not a picturesque victim, not a figure of sympathy.

You think I exaggerate, perhaps?  Try googling “Boer farm murders”.  You will get the picture.

So … what are the facts about the Boer genocide, the plaasmoorde in Afrikaans … the farm murders?  A good introduction is the film, “Bloody Harvest”.  In fact, this link provides only the first quarter of an hour of the whole film.  Lady Adriana Stuijt, who you can mail at , will send the complete film on DVD from her Netherlands base.  But she needs you to make a donation to the Foundation for Afrikaner Asylum-seekers International (and give her your postal address with the email).

The genocide of white South Africans is heating up.

 Last week, South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) finally told its members to stop singing the song "Kill the Boer" -- that is, murder white South Africans. (Boer is Afrikaans for "farmer," but colloquially is a disparaging term for any white South African.) This came after ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema defied a court ruling and kept singing the song (he still refuses to stop), and after Eugene Terreblanche, leader of the noxious and hateful neo-Nazi Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), was found savagely bludgeoned to death at his farm in South Africa's North West province.

The international media focused on Terreblanche's white supremacism, showing his followers giving the Nazi salute at his funeral. No account of his murder or funeral spoke about Malema, "Kill the Boer," or black supremacism -- yet that is the really important story in South Africa today.Whites in South Africa are keenly aware of the plans to kill them. They expect mass killings to begin very soon after the death of Mandela, but to tell this to the world is a waste of energy. More than 3,000 white farmers have already been murdered, and Genocide Watch lists the Boer farmers in South Africa as victims of genocide -- but the media couldn't care less. Malema has praised Zimbabwe's murderous seizure of white-owned farms as "courageous and militant." White South Africans know what's coming.

Malema keeps singing the apartheid-era song "Kill the Boer" even though South Africa's highest court ruled that the song was hate speech (a decision the ANC is appealing, although they've asked their followers to stop singing it in the meantime; they've emphasized that they have not banned the song).

Under ANC rule, the government has stopped reporting the race of murder victims and the race of the murderer. This is because the international community (mainly was starting to notice the disproportionate number of whites being murdered in South Africa. The ANC stopped reporting the race of the victims of murder so there would be no way to track the number of black-on-white murders. Problem solved.

Hijacking in South Africa

The Facts: Crime Statistics from South African Police Services

  • Carjackings between April 2005 and March 2006 = 12,825
  • Truck Hijackings between April 2005 and March 2006 = 829

The SAPS Strategic Plan (2004 – 2007) includes four key strategic priorities for the medium term. One of these is to:

  • combat organised crime by focusing on drug and firearm trafficking, vehicle theft and hijacking, as well as commercial crime and corruption among public officials

Measures to Decrease Hijackings

Over the last 4 years there has been a decrease in the number of reported hijackings, mainly because of:

  • The formation of anti-hijacking police units
  • The launch of “Operation Ngena” – targeting hijacking syndicates
  • Hijacking units that consist of investigative, crime intelligence and rapid response components
  • Dedicated hijacking courts to reduce case times and increase the conviction rate of hijackers
  • Enhanced effectiveness of vehicle tracking technology
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Every motorist should equip himself /herself with knowledge that could assist him/ her in avoiding hijack situations, or how to handle such a situation:


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South Africanfarming community has suffered from attacks for many years. The majority of the victims have been Afrikanerfarmers, with claims of death tolls of up to 3,000 cited in the national and international media. While the government describes the attacks as simply part of the bigger picture of crime in South Africa, white farmers point to brutal attacks and incidents involving self-declared anti-white motivations as evidence of a campaign to drive them off their land.

In 2010, the issue garnered greater international attention in light of the murder of the far-right political figure Eugène Terre'Blanche on his farm.

South African statutory law does not define a "farm attack" as a specific crime. Rather, the term is used to refer to a number of different crimes committed against persons specifically on commercial farms or smallholdings.

According to the South African Police Service National Operational Co-coordinating Committee:

Attacks on farms and smallholdings refer to acts aimed at the person of residents, workers and visitors to farms and smallholdings, whether with the intent to murder, rape, rob or inflict bodily harm. In addition, all actions aimed at disrupting farming activities as a commercial concern, whether for motives related to ideology, labour disputes, land issues, revenge, grievances, anti-White concerns or intimidation, should be included.

This definition excludes "social fabric crimes", that is those crimes committed by members of the farming community on one another, such as domestic or workplace violence, and focuses on outsiders entering the farms to commit specific criminal acts. The safety and security MEC for Mpumalanga, Dina Pule, has disagreed with this definition and has stated that "farm attacks" only included those cases "where farm residents were murdered, and not cases of robberies or attempted murders." Human Rights Watch has criticized the use of the term "farm attacks", which they regard as "suggesting a terrorist or military purpose", which they consider to not be the primary motivation for most farm attacks. On 15 September 2011, Genocide Watch placed South Africa at level 6, Preparation, saying "we have evidence of organized incitement to violence against White people". However, on 2 February 2012, Genocide Watch returned South Africa to level 5, Polarization.As of 14 August 2012, Genocide Watch was resetting South Africa to level 6.

Genocide Watch stated that by 2001 "2.2 percent of ethno-European (White) farmers had already been murdered and more than... 12 percent of these farmers had been attacked on their farms".


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