South African Racist Coffin Victim ‘Scared For His Life’

A black South African man who was allegedly forced into a coffin by two white farmers for trespassing says he was scared for his life.

Victor Mlotshwa was speaking outside court in the north-eastern town of Middelburg where his alleged attackers appeared before a magistrate.

“I thought they were going to kill me,” he said.

A 20-second video of the incident has been circulating on social media, causing outrage.

The hashtag #RacismMustFall is now being widely shared on social media in South Africa.

The BBC’s Pumza Fihlani in Middelburg says that inside the magistrates’ court, the two accused, Theo Martins Jackson and Willem Oosthuizen, stood with their heads bowed as journalists and community members took photographs of them.

They have been charged with kidnapping and assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. They have not entered a plea.

The two have been remanded in custody until 25 January as prosecutors said they needed time to investigate, including authenticating the video.

The footage, which was shot on 17 August, has only recently surfaced. It shows a white man forcing a black man inside a coffin, and threatening to pour petrol over him and set it alight.

Mr Mlotshwa told reporters that he had been walking home through the men’s farm, which is near Middelburg, 162km (100 miles) north-east of Johannesburg, when he was kidnapped and accused of trespassing.

“There’s a pathway through the farm to the township where I live and many of us walk through there. I tried to explain to them why I was there and they just kept beating me,” he said.

Mr Mlotshwa, still visibly shaken, told me he felt humiliated:

“They threatened to pour petrol on me, I pleaded for mercy and they wouldn’t listen.”

He said he was kept tied up for hours.

“I have nightmares about that day. It traumatised me.”

Mr Mlotshwa only reported the matter after the video was circulated on social media.

Credit: BBC

VIDEO: Racist South African Man Forces A Terrified Black Man Into A Coffin!

In what seems like a horror movie, a racist South African white man is seen forcing a visibly terrified black man into a coffin.


Using the lid of the coffin, the white man forces the head of his victim into the coffin while the rest parts of his body were already in the coffin.


What resulted into the inhumane act is yet to be ascertained.


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South African Woman Batters Husband During Sex Because His Manhood Is Too Big

Most men – and their women – would like to have a mean-sized 4-5 to ensure pleasure between the sheets.

But Mnombo “Anaconda” Madyibi (32) and his wife want exactly the opposite. That’s because Mnombo’s snake-sized 4-5 is allegedly too big, hairy and scary for his new wife’s kitten!

Mnombo got his nickname after his fellow soccer players saw his 4-5 in the change rooms before a soccer match. But his new wife said she’s not being entertained by his bullish 4-5 as it’s destroying her kitten.

Mnombo, a local soccer player from Bhongweni Village in Mthatha, allegedly got klapped on Friday night by his new makoti on their honeymoon in Coffee Bay, on the Wild Coast of the Eastern Cape.

“All was well and she enjoyed the pre-intimacy, but all hell broke loose the moment I took off my underwear.

“My wife said she wanted a 4-5 inside her kitten, not an anaconda,” claimed Mnombo.

“When I tried to penetrate her, she bit my ear before squeezing my balls. Before I knew it, she knocked me over with a bottle of wine before attempting to suffocate me with a red and white teddy bear I had bought her as a gift.”

Mnombo claimed his screams summoned other guests and staff at the B&B where they were staying.

“We took different buses back home. I don’t want to lay charges against my new wife. I love her.

“I think she’s angry because I could only afford a cheaper honeymoon instead of the one she wished for in Zanzibar.”

He said he met his makoti at church last year and she told him she wanted to abstain from sex until they were married.

“I’ve only heard of joystick enlargement and not joystick shrinking,” said a frustrated Mnombo.

When Daily Sun contacted her, his wife said Mnombo was telling lies.

“He has a big 4-5 – long like a cucumber and hairy and scary like a bush. I only slapped him on the cheek and never moered him or tried to suffocate him,” she said.

The couple agreed to get counselling and said they would not involve the police.

South African Student Protesters Demand University Shutdown

South African students protesting against high tuition fees have demanded that all universities be shut until the government provides free education, Johannesburg’s University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) said on Friday.

Student leaders, whose protests have forced Wits and Cape Town universities to suspend classes twice in less than a month, could not be reached immediately for comment.

Wits was aiming to reopen on Monday after police clashed earlier this week with student demonstrators on the campus in scenes that recalled apartheid-era skirmishes.

Wits said in a statement that it had “no agreement from the protesting students that the academic program will continue on Monday” and that it had suspended a general assembly scheduled for midday Friday to thrash out differences.

“One of the latest demands of the protesting students is that Wits and all other universities should be shut down until government agrees to free education,” Wits said.

The cost of university education, prohibitive for many black students, has become a symbol of the inequalities that endure in South Africa more than two decades after the end of apartheid.

Wits’ vice-chancellor Adam Habib told a media briefing that the university was striving to save the current academic year, which in the southern hemisphere ends in December.

“The struggle for free education is a noble cause. But it is not a cause that requires the sacrifice of the 2016 academic year,” Habib said.

The government, grappling with a budget deficit of nearly 4 percent of GDP, has capped 2017 fee increases for next year at 8 percent, but warns that education subsidies should not come at the expense of other sectors like health and housing.

The National Treasury allocated nearly 300 billion rand ($21.5 billion)towards education in its 1.46 trillion rand 2016/17 budget, compared with 168 billion rand for health.

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“Whoever Thought They’d Destroy Us Made a Terrible Mistake,” SA Billionaire Mashaba On Forbes Africa TV “My Worst Day

The fourth instalment of the Forbes Africa TV flagship show My Worst Day with Peace Hyde hits your screens this month and in the hot seat is South African hair care billionaire and founder of Black Like Me and Mayoral candidate, Herman Mashaba. Catch the riveting interview with Forbes Africa correspondent Peace Hyde on CNBC Africa as we find out how Mashaba survived the streets of apartheid and started his own company by letting a white man front it. Watch below…



Police Nab South African Cocaine Trafficker’s Nigerian Accomplice

A Nigerian suspected of having sponsored a South African woman, Lerato Lekganyane, who was allegedly caught with 1.21 kilogrammes of cocaine at the Murtala Muhammad International Airport (MMIA), Lagos on May 20, has been arrested. 
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) disclosed this on Tuesday at Lekganyane’s trial before Justice Babs Kuewumi of the Federal High Court, Lagos. 
The unnamed Nigerian man and Lekganyane will be arraigned, (she for the second time) before Justice Kuewumi on August 4.
Lekganyane was said to have been apprehended by NDLEA officials at the MMIA while attempting to board a Johannesburg, South Africa-bound plane with the illicit substance concealed in two packages inside her bra.
Prosecuting counsel, Mr. Augustine Nwagu, had told the court that Lekganyane acted contrary to Section 11(b) of the NDLEA Act Cap N30 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.
The accused had earlier been arraigned and pleaded guilty to one count of cocaine trafficking pressed against her by the agency, after which Justice Babs Kuewumi adjourned till yesterday for review of the facts of the case and sentencing.
Yesterday, however, Nwagu informed the court that he needed to amend the charge sheet as Lekganyane’s accomplice, a Nigerian, had also been arrested and brought to court.
He said, trying Lekganyane and her accomplice would ensure smoothness of the trial.
“I was informed this morning that the person that sponsored her for this trip has been arrested and they even brought him to court this morning, but I told them that I could not file the charge now. I will be applying for a very short adjournment to enable me to amend the charge and join the second person that they have just arrested,” the prosecutor said.
Defence counsel, Chief (Mrs.) Lilian Omotunde opposed Nwagu’s application.
She said: “I am objecting to this application made by the prosecuting counsel in view of the fact that the matter was slated for review of facts today and the defendant has already pleaded guilty. She is a foreigner; she has accepted her guilt. I expected my colleague to have gone ahead for the review.
“A few minutes ago, I was informed that a Nigerian who is the mastermind is in court. If it pleases Your Lordship, I will be applying that we go ahead with the review of the case. My learned friend knows what to do with the mastermind that has just been arrested.”
In a short ruling, Justice Kuewumi said the prosecution was entitled to the right to amend its charge if it wished.
He adjourned till August 4, 2016 for further proceedings.

Credit: Nation

South African Court To Sentence Woman For Online Baby Sale

A mother pleaded guilty in a South African court to having tried to sell her baby on the Internet for 5,000 rand (346 dollars), a report said on Tuesday.

The 20-year-old woman said “I admit that my actions were unlawful and intentional, I have no defence.’’

Police said that the woman was arrested in October following a tip-off from a member of the public who said that a baby was being sold on the website called Gumtree.

She was freed on bail and placed under house arrest, to be sentenced on Feb. 29 at the Magistrates’ Court in the eastern town of Pietermaritzburg.

Credit: Reuters

South African Stowaway Falls To His Death From British Airways Jet As It Approached Heathrow

According to a report by The Sun UK, a man believed to be South African fell to his death from a British Airways passenger jet as the plane approached Heathrow airport. The stowaway’s body was found on an office block roof of a retail company along a busy road in Richmond, South West London.
Another man, also believed to be South African, survived the 8,000 mile, 11-hour flight from South Africa to London by holding on to the undercarriage of a British Airways Boeing 747. No one knows how the two men got there.
The second man was taken to hospital and is said to be in stable condition but is yet to talk to the police.
A Scotland Yard police spokesman confirmed the incident, saying;
‘Police were alerted at 8.28am to reports of a suspected stowaway. A man, aged between 25 and 30, has been taken to West London hospital. Inquiries are ongoing to establish the man’s identity

Jailed South African Athlete, Pistorius, To Be Released August

South African athlete, Oscar Pistorius, who was jailed for five years in 2014 for the culpable homicide of his girlfriend, will be released on probation by 21 August, South African authorities said.

Pistorius will be released after a recommendation from South Africa’s correctional services department, the BBC reported Monday. Pistorius was acquitted on murder charges. A state appeal against the ruling is due in November. South African law allows Pistorius to be released having served a sixth of his sentence.

South African Commissioner of Correctional Services Zach Modise told the BBC that the case management committee at the Kgosi Mampuru II prison in Pretoria, where Pistorius is being held, made the recommendation last week.


Xenophobia: Malawi To Close All South African Businesses Today

The Malawi government has resolved to close all south African owned businesses today, the 24th of April. The decision is not unconnected to the ongoing Xenophobic massacre in South Africa, where two Malawians were killed..

However, after 390 Malawians were resuced from south African two days ago, the government has decided to for now place embargo on South African companies such as ShopRite, Games ,PEP among others operating in the country. The decision according to report will take effect from today.

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