How Willem Petzer twisted Deep Fried Man’s ‘White Genocide’ song

The Afrikaner rights activist has undermined his own cause by blatantly lying about the content and intentions of a six-year-old song.

YouTuber Willem Petzer yesterday cynically created and published a video designed to misrepresent The Citizen online news editor, Daniel Friedman, who started working with us earlier this year.

How Willem Petzer twisted Deep Fried Man’s ‘White Genocide’ song
How Willem Petzer twisted Deep Fried Man’s ‘White Genocide’ song

How Willem Petzer twisted Deep Fried Man’s ‘White Genocide’ song

The Afrikaner rights activist has undermined his own cause by blatantly lying about the content and intentions of a six-year-old song.

Gwede Mantashe’s take on mining rights stuns

Gwede Mantashe’s take on mining rights stuns

The Xolobeni saga – and the parallel obscene haste to push through the equally contentious N2 highway – smacks of the e-toll scandal.
Mr Clean-Up Khawe didn’t sit well with ANC

Mr Clean-Up Khawe didn’t sit well with ANC

Former Emfuleni mayor Jacob Khawe has been instrumental in handing over a number of cases of corruption and theft to the Hawks
EFF, BLF turning up the heat over land spells trouble

EFF, BLF turning up the heat over land spells trouble

The problem is that the ANC appears to be allowing the radicals to make the running, especially when it comes to race-baiting.
E-toll law change is set to hurt drivers

E-toll law change is set to hurt drivers

Justice Project SA founder Howard Dembowsky believes the government, via Sanral, is ready to hammer errant e-tollers next year.
Keep up the graft purge, Ramaphosa

Keep up the graft purge, Ramaphosa

We understand that Ramaphosa has to move carefully to root out the remnants of Jacob Zuma and his clique, as well as other rotten cadres.
Licence fiasco lets taxpayers suffer

Licence fiasco lets taxpayers suffer

Why can those temporary licences not be further extended by emergency regulation?
Government idiocy is sinking tourism

Government idiocy is sinking tourism

Tourism is a renewable source of revenue and jobs, yet we continue to shoot ourselves in the foot.
Uncertainty is certain in 2019 election

Uncertainty is certain in 2019 election

What is sure is the inevitable fact that there will be racist and populist grandstanding ahead, to secure votes.
Do your bit to help save lives on the road

Do your bit to help save lives on the road

If everyone can tick all these boxes we might just help save lives.
Look at France and beware the genie of protests, ANC

Look at France and beware the genie of protests, ANC

Oppose the people when they have a genuine grievance and you could well see them coalesce into a genuine, hard to contain revolt.
Don’t just freeze salaries, slash the bloated Cabinet, Ramaphosa

Don’t just freeze salaries, slash the bloated Cabinet, Ramaphosa

However, in the world of realpolitik, the president must be careful who he removes – because he is far from settled on his throne.
Baroka FC prove to be giant-killers

Baroka FC prove to be giant-killers

The team has illustrated again the unpredictability of the Premier Soccer League.
SA golf’s title drought is over

SA golf’s title drought is over

Oosthuizen is just one of seven players to have finished runner-up in all four of golf’s Majors.
Pravin’s talk must spark some action at Eskom

Pravin’s talk must spark some action at Eskom

Talk is cheap, though. Exactly how the energy supplier fixes the mess is going to take a massive effort.
Bucs need to be wary of Baroka in Telkom Knockout final

Bucs need to be wary of Baroka in Telkom Knockout final

Most signs point to a Buccaneers win, but they must be wary of Baroka’s bite.
What happened to basic human decency in SA?

What happened to basic human decency in SA?

Some people will strip assets that belong to a broader community – and in doing so, deprive others. But they won’t care.
First SAA, then Eskom, and now Prasa

First SAA, then Eskom, and now Prasa

The commuter train company is a cesspit of mismanagement, breached procurement rules and looting of billions of rands in taxpayers’ money.
Phumzile Van Damme slams The Citizen for ‘clickbait’ sex tape story that ‘ruined my reputation’

Phumzile Van Damme slams The Citizen for ‘clickbait’ sex tape story that ‘ruined my reputation’

The DA MP has shared the uncomfortable experience she recently had in the wake of an ‘Eish!’ section article about her, for which we are truly sorry.
Wanted: Another Madiba

Wanted: Another Madiba

Now that Madiba’s spirit and physical presence are no longer there, any hope we had of him checking outrageous and racist behaviour has also faded.
Your country needs you, Batohi

Your country needs you, Batohi

Batohi is expected to begin doing what some of her predecessors could – or would – not: bring Zuma and his cronies to book for state capture.
South Africans need to be taught money management

South Africans need to be taught money management

We suggest that financial literacy is made a major priority for government’s future curriculum design.
There’s a glimmer of hope for jobs for young people

There’s a glimmer of hope for jobs for young people

The Youth Employment Service hub in Tembisa on the East Rand will be a blueprint for others across the province and, hopefully, the country.
Pointspeople a light at the end of dark tunnel

Pointspeople a light at the end of dark tunnel

Mayor Herman Mashaba allayed any fears by announcing the contract has been extended by six months during which a tender process will be finalised.
Police arrogance over Global Citizen concert criminality bodes ill for SA

Police arrogance over Global Citizen concert criminality bodes ill for SA

The hyenas who circled terrified groups of people at a Sasol garage after the Global Citizen concert were not concerned about the police intervening.
Lekota needs more than just white voters

Lekota needs more than just white voters

In his favour is that he has always been a man of the ‘Mandela generation’ and what he says he genuinely believes.

 

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