2/2 How Long Can South Africa Survive as a Cohesive State?

Sep 23, 2019, 11:35 PM
Image:  Depiction of a Zulu attack on a Boer camp in February 1838; the painter was Thomas Baines (November 1820 – 1875). Public domain.
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The plunder under Pres Zuma: estimates that money transferred from the government could have amounted to $100 billion under his second term.
        Pres Cyril Ramaphosa, worth from one half a billion dollars to a billion at the start, continues his deeds.
        The wealth of the country derives primarily from agricultural and mines. Current legislation: expropriation without compensation. Obviously, this deters foreign direct investment.   ANC xenophobia against whites and Coloreds – persons who've been there for generations, esp from India; and other Africans.  As evil as Apartheid was, that system kept the nation prosperous. Now, even prosperity is highly threatened.
        The African Union, based in Addis Ababa, has been unable to resist the domination of the ANC, which is still the darling of Western elites.
        The Obama Adm did the ANC’s bidding and badly damaged Swaziland.