Read all about it! Read all about it at Adriana Stuijt's on-line newspaper. Unbiased South African news and the most comprehensive website following the genocides taking place in South Africa.
You need thick skin to visit this site, but Jan will not disappoint you with his forthright statements and his humour!
Jani Allanis a British-born journalist and talk-show host. She spent many years in South Africa. She writes truthfully and courageously about the horrors happening in SA.
Pro-Afrikaanse Aksie Groep
The Pro-Afrikaans Action Group (PRAAG) is an NGO in South Africa. PRAAG campaigns for Afrikaner rights and the Afrikaans language which is struggling within a hostile environment.
This webpage is about the Majuba Boere Folk Trust and information about Majuba. The ANC wanted to sell this little mountain and many, many people wrote, even we did to tell the ANC that it was ludicrous. So far so good.
Majuba is where the Boeremag or Boer Commandos defeated the British army lead by General Colley on the 27th February 1881. The site is about Boer history and the history of the terrain. It is also about their struggle to gain their independence and freedom.
for the English version of this site see http://www.tourismnewcastle.co.za/majubaFarm_interest.htm
Orania is alive – alive with enthusiasm and entrepreneurs.. There are people living here! The village, originally built and used by the Department of Water Affairs, stood empty and neglected for several years, but is now known world-wide as a gathering place for Afrikaners.
Alet Gardner runs an Afrikaans Book Shop in Kent for the Afrikaans Community in London of which there is a large %. However I am sure all Afrikaners living all over England will be interested in her wares!
The Afrikaans Club of New Zeland is a Socio-cultural organisation which renders support services to immigrants from Southern Africa.
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The ITMI ministry is directed toward the persecuted Church. Our policy when contacting those to whom we minister, is not to promise the fullfilment of any project, but to trust God through compassionate givers to supply the need. God has supplied every need.
ITMI seeks to support and strengthen nationals in every country where we serve, and to put nationals in touch with other nationals both within country and with nationals of other countries.
ITMI also sponsors Long and Short Term Missionaries who assist nationals in establishing and maintaining their local ministries.
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