February 25, 2016

Shocking number of white squatter camps in South Africa #RacistLaws

More victims of ANC racist race based laws barring  whites from the entire job market in South Africa...

A report in British newspaper the Daily Mail says that ‘white squatter camps’ have mushroomed in South Africa post apartheid.
The paper said that Black Economic Empowerment laws introduced by the African National Congress (ANC), along with global economic pressures “has meant many white South Africans have fallen on hard times”.
In 2015, the food poverty line was R400 per capita per month, while the lower and upper bound poverty lines were R544 and R753 per capita per month.

Over half of South Africans live below the national poverty line, and more than 10% live in extreme poverty, on less than $1.25 per day.

The paper highlights a squatter camp in Munsieville, near Johannesburg, as being one of 80 across the country.  “It is built on the site of an old dumping ground and is home to around 300 people, of which a quarter are children,” the Daily Mail said.
These squatter camps contain no electricity and no running water.
In 2013, Africa Check investigated similar claims made by the BBC on white squatter camps – citing the same figures – and found that they were largely over-stated, based on civil estimates.
StatsSA research found that the unemployment rate increased from 22% to 25% over the past 20 years.
Under the expanded definition of unemployment, however, the number of unemployed rose by 3.5 million between 1994 and 2014, with the unemployment rate at 35%.

96 percent of all the so-named 'White" South Africans are barred from the job-market in South Africa under the ANC's more than 115 anti-white racelaws. Afrikaner children, children, pensioners and adults suffer from this deliberate policy of barring their wage-earners from jobs, and many of these families hide themselves away in tiny squatter camps in South Africa. They have no right to work, no rights to earning an income and no rights to get food-aid from charities: we are in desperate need of donations for food, vegetables, clothing, baby clothes, medicine, blankets and tents. The ANC government does not help: in fact the ANC-regime has also made laws which prohibit private and public charities and donor-charities from helping whites If they do, the ANC will cancel their non-profit registration with the government. More than 15-million black poor people get help from the government and from private charities in South Africa. But only very few charities dare to donate to help these Afrikaner squatters because of their fear of this law. Foreign charities and private donors are free to chose where they can send their money and their aid in South Africa This is a very desperate situation please help. We need assistance...

The 'WHITE squatter camps' of South Africa: Shanty towns built after the fall of Apartheid are now home to hundreds of families

  • Working-class white people, most of them Afrikaans-speakers, are going through an intense crisis in South Africa
  • This is one of 80 white squatter townships in country where families live in poverty, with little food or running water
  • The ruling African National Congress (ANC) government introduced laws that promoted employment for blacks and aimed to give them a greater share of the economy
  • This, along with the global financial meltdown, has meant many white South Africans have fallen on hard times
Shanty huts sit next to clapped-out cars, as children sprint along the dusty wasteland under the scorching sun.
Beyond the flimsy shacks lie ditches and pools of filthy, stagnant water where mosquitoes breed.
These are the daily conditions endured by families in South Africa's 'white squatter camps' where there is little food, running water and no electricity.

A woman sits outside her makeshift home in the squatter camp in Munsieville, a township in the Krugersdorp area in Gauteng Province
A growing number of whites are living below the poverty line in South Africa - the temporary camp is home to around 300 people 
Children run along the rocky, arid ground at the camp - they were born after the end of apartheid in 1994

Old cars sit next to the flimsy shelters and makeshift toilets in the camp where families are forced to survive on less than £30 a month 


The number of poor whites has steadily increased in the past two decades. The ruling African National Congress (ANC) government introduced laws that promoted employment for blacks and aimed to give them a greater share of the economy.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3462336/The-white-squatter-camps-South-Africa-home-hundreds-families-enduring-terrible-poverty-blame-fall-Apartheid.html