June 26, 2016

#BlackViolenceContinuesInSA: Afrikaners warned against #ElectionViolence flareups when final list is known Monday 27-6

"Alert to all South African residents -- Get some extra tins of food and extra bread in the fridge and brace yourselves for more election violence . . ."

Boere Krisis Aksie forum warns its members.

"Those people living in previously 'endangered' riot-areas, be prepared to have extras in the house for some 3 to 5 days.
Another 'riot bomb' might hit tomorrow night 27 June 2016 after  the  Independent Electoral Commission publishes the final list of municipal election candidates on Monday.
Political examiner Thabani Khumalo warned in Rapport that tension is mounting and more violence can be expected. "Due to the fierce competition for the lucrative top municipal executive appointments with a councillor's monthly salary ranging from R16,300 in the smallest municipalities to R34,700 for a part-time post, and mayors, Speakers and chairmen of committees earning R38,100 to R98,136 monthly, the ANC is still being torn apart.Some leaders in KZN are lining up behind new chairman Sihle zikalala - others remain faithful to Senzo Mchunu, the former premier of the province who was asked to resign five weeks ago. Of the 11 mayoral candidates in KZN only two remain in their posts. 
There also is a fierce competition for the 83 independent candidates who had either broken away from the ANC of from the National Freedom Party.
Khumalo predicts that the intensity of the campaigns for municipal post candidacies will intensify and become more fierce.
In North West the residents of KwaMashu barred all the major streets with burning barricades because their own preferred candidate was not on the list.
In the Esat cape petrolbombs were thrown at the house of a councillor in KwaNobuhle, Uitenhage.
And while large parts of Pretoria's northern areas exploded in violence, arson and looting, the police was ordered to concentrate on protecting the Union Building, the homes of Ministers and 'national key points' instead. 
Presidential protection groups heard rumours that the Union Building would be targetted. 
The protection of civilian areas and other state buildings are ignored, according to City Press which published a secret intelligence report circulating amongst leading ANC members nationally and was handed to President Jacob Zuma by the minister of state security David Mahlobo.
The report warns that the violence engendered by the ANC's electoral process of candidates is endangering the legal status of the municipal elections.