Radical Islamists incite SA blacks to kill all whites – and the Slaughter of whites continues:
20100226 Farmer Paul Dunn, murdered on citrus farm Constantia, Letsitele Limpopo
Facebook member Jaypee Smuts writes: ‘on Friday night (26-02-2010): the Letsitele, Limpopo farmer Paul Dunn was murdered in our area, shot and killed on his farm at Constantia, Letsitele — after numerious breakins and vehicle thefts in the area. Reports to the police — who has done nothing up till then — all of a sudden the SAPS now wanted to arrange a meeting with all our farmers, to do what? Its too late … now, another life has been taken, crime was reported and they did nothing, but when the mangos strike the fan they want to jump and show everyone that they are interested, they suck and it makes you sick” ………. also view the Name list murdered rural residents in South Africa since 1987 – updated Feb 26 2010 . No confirmation has been obtained from the SAPS about Mr Dunn’s murder - and it has thus far not been reported in the SA news media. (Also: an updated list appears below this article)
2010-02-20 Colleen van Eck, 59, Sun City public relations manager, beaten and strangled - Rustenburg tourist flat
- Four others released by court after Sun City murder — Police arrested a fifth black man – all the way in the Free State — for the mysterious murder of 59-year-old Colleen van Eck, the Afrikaner woman who had worked for many years as the hugely popular public-relations manager of the Sun City tourism and gambling-resort in Rustenburg in North West province. This is also the venue for the English football team and –fans attending the World Cup 2010 football tournament in South Africa in June. The PR-manager ‘s cruel murder shook the entire South African tourism industry to the core – also because of its cruelty: she had apparently not only be beaten but also thrown hard against the wall of her flat before she was strangled. and local politicians announced in dramatic statements to the news media that they would ‘do everything possible to find the culprits.’ Police superintendent Lesogo Metso said on Sundan that the latest arrested 28-year-old suspect’s fingerprints ‘matched those found on the crime scene’. It’s strange: he was arrested a long distance away – in Bothaville in the Free State. However he has been posively linked as to the murder of Mrs Van Eck – who lived alone, police said. The man had apparently worked as a gardener for the black-economic-empowerment company which maintains Sun City’s dramatic, huge gardens and water-features. Apparently the only item stolen from her Sun City flat had been her cellphone, police said. Four people were arrested earlier – they had been in possession of Van Eck’s cellphone - in the town Ledig, a township near Sun City.They appeared briefly in court but not charged with anything – and merely released on a warning to appear in court later. No evidence was found linking them directly to the murder police claimed (except the cellphone). Police said their arrest however had led directly to the arrest of the man in Bothaville whose fingerprints were found on the scene, Metsi said. It is uncertain if anything other than Van Eck’s cellphone was stolen, Metsi said. The man will appear in the Mogwase Magistrate’s Court on Monday on a charge of murder. – Sapa http://www.thestar.co.za/?fSectionId=&fArticleId=nw20100227143738257C900677
2010-02-09 German businessman Uwe Gemballa of Stuttgart – missing, presumed dead in Johannesburg
2010-02-21 Johannesburg – Local and German police were working together in the search for a German businessman who disappeared on 9 February – shortly after arriving in South Africa. "We are working closely together with German police on the investigation," said Senior Superintendent Vishnu Naidoo. Two German police officers were in South Africa to help find the businessman Uwe Gemballa who went missing after landing at the Johannesburg International Airport on February 8.
Gemballa – left — is the Stuttgart-based owner and founder of Gemballa Porsche Conversions, which does conversions on Porsches and other luxury sports cars across the globe. "All we know is [that] he contacted his wife on the 9th of February and he hasn’t left South Africa. He is missing, basically," said Naidoo. The skilled automative engineer and entrepreneur is thought to have visited South Africa on a business trip. He was due to leave the country on February 10, Naidoo said. Meanwhile German media reported that the Gemballa family had issued a €10 000 Euro reward for information that may lead to his rescue.The Sunday Times newspaper had received information from sources close to the investigation that several people had been questioned by police and were subsequently released. The newspaper also suggested that a Czech Republic fugitive, a businessman who is believed to be in South Africa, may have been involved in Gemballa’s disappearance. The Czech businessman had been convicted for fraud in absentia in the Czech Republic and the (then) Johannesburg High Court in 2005 turned down his extradition application.German embassy spokesman Martin Schaefer referred questions to the police. http://www.news24.com/Content/SouthAfrica/News/1059/40cab0cbdbd34ff5b333d53356338e56/21-02-2010-09-50/SA,_German_cops_search_for_missing_man http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gemballa
2010-02-10 Mr Vinoth Kumar Vallinayagam, computer engineer from India – killed mercilessly during contract-job in Pretoria
February 10 2010 – PRETORIA Reported on the website “Report a Crime SA”" – Mr. Vinoth Kumar Vallinayagam went on an IT project from India to South Africa on Dec 17. He was working for the Utkarsh company in India – and his client was T-Systems in South Africa. He was supposed to return to India on Feb 11 but he was missing from Feb10, his family writes on Report A Crime: “
We were informed that the local police traced the dead body of Vinoth in a mortuary near Pretoria. It is very disappointing that a person who went to South Africa for his career growth as well as for the growth of the company in South Africa was murdered for just a few hundred dollars by some heartless people. He would have even gifted that money to the killer if he was in need of money. Our family is in deep grief we have lost someone who was very dear to us. We are bringing this to public so that everyone is aware of what is happening in this world around us…” the original story is on “Report A Crime “: http://www.reportacrime.co.za/CrimeReport.aspx?ID=189
2010-02-25 Pieter van Niekerk (40) shot dead with five shots, Geduld, Springs
February 25 2010 – Pieter van Niekerk (40) was shot and killed with five shots by robbers in Geduld, Springs. ‘He leaves two little girls – Stella (11) and Landi (6). Mr van Niekerk was gunned down while trying to help the victim of a car-jacking at around 20:00.
Van Niekerk and his fiancee Ms Madeleine Cole (45) were enroute home when they saw a woman run down Retief Street in Geduld screaming: “Help, help” and men running away. Mr van Niekerk chased one down the road in his car, stopped next to the man and shouted: ‘what the f..k are you doing?” The man turned around and fired six shots – he was hit by five. Ms Cole said one of the shots went through Mr Van Niekerk’s body and scraped her hand. The couple were all set to move into his mom’s home yesterday. Ms Cole managed to jump from the car but she turned around – and saw how the man dragged Mr Van Niekerk’s from the car and chase off with it. She said at that stage it looked as if he was still alive. Paramedics tried to revive him but he died on the scene. His mom Doreen (87) is in shock reports Beeld. Van Niekerk was the youngest of her 16 children. One of his brothers Pieter told the newspaper his brother was always trying to h elp people. “that’s how he was. He always wanted to help and never failed to do so. We are very angry’. Police inspector Tommy Tomlinson confirmed that no-one had been arrested as yet. http://www.beeld.com/Content/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/1928/60aae6c8485e429f8207b2dfc26b72f8/27-02-2010-05-54/Hy_wou_help_en_toe_skiet_kaper_hom
2010-02-27 ‘4 strong guys’ beat 69-year-old Leon Pistorius of Gezina with pick-axe handle
February 27 2010 – 69-year-old Leon Pistorius of Gezina in Pretoria was attacked by four armed robbers – who brutally beat up the elderman man with a pick-axe handle at his daughter’s house.
Virginia Keppler reports that he also was badly scratched on his arms and left badly bruised. Two of the suspects were arrested by three police teams from Sunnyside; Die Moot and Eersterust police stations. Pistorius said he arrived just before 1pm at daughter Heidie van Gass’ house to pick up his grandson Werner (9) and saw a white Renault Clio parked in the driveway. “The gate was ajar and I was just squeezing myself through it with my ‘fat belly’ whenIhe saw a group of men busy at the garage messing about with a pick-axe.” He still didn’t suspect anything: “I thought there were problems with the electricity and that the gate didn’t open for that reason,’ he said. He let himself in at the front door and then walked through the house back to the garage. That’s when he realised they were up to no good – and asked them: “what the hell are you doing here” when he saw the men. He was grabbed at once: “they were strong blokes,’ he said. “They grabbed my arms, robbed me of R2,080, my watch and cellphoned and threatened to kill me if I didn’t lay still.” He didn’t notice a firearm on them he said. He said he lay still until they left in his bakkie as well as the Clio. Meanwhile Mrs Van Gass’ neighbours had alerted her about the fact that her electric gate and garage-door were wide-open – and she immediately phoned a woman friend who worked at a police station.The three police teams which were alerted noted the bakkie near Eersterust and started chasing it. In Isaac avenue the suspects jumped from the bakkie and tried to run away – however the local community teamed up with the cops and captured two of the men. Mr Pistorius’ bakkie and most of the stolen goods from the robbery were found back said constable Sam Shibambo.http://www.beeld.com/Content/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/1928/3bf48679bbc1499d808e8ed103d91ddc/27-02-2010-05-45/%E2%80%98Sterk_knape%E2%80%99__slaan_man_(69)_met_houtpiksteel
2010-02-27 Welkom – Six-year-old Martha Radebe – a first-grader at Lehakwe Primary in Thabong township, Welkom, was stabbed at least six times and robbed of the R8 (about 80 cents) which her mom had given her to buy cooldrink with. Tom de Wet of Volksblad reports that the little girl is in critical condition at the local Oppenheimer hospital. The attack against the little girl took place at around 7:30pm. The child was stabbed in her body and legs. Her mom went searching for the girl when she stayed away too long. Mrs Emelia Radebe said she found her girl standing in the street – bloodied and with her intestines hanging from gaping wounds. She collapsed when she saw her mom. Radebe said a neighbouring woman stopped someone driving past and they rushed the child to hospital. There shortly before she lost consciousness she told her mom and dad Joseph Radebe that ‘a man stabbed her with a knife to take her money’.Family says it’s inconceivable that no-one had seen anything. “The street is very busy that time of the early evening with people arriving from work or going to the tuck shop,’ she said. There was no formal comment from police. http://www.beeld.com/Content/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/1928/1a36ea85c0fd45a7bed5556eef901927/27-02-2010-05-20/Rower_steek_sesjarige_meisie_ses_keer_vir_R8
WELKOM. – The Volksblad reports from the Free State that 83-year-old Kerneels Cronje – from the farm Doorlaagte in the district – was seriously injured in an armed attack against the family near their homestead’s cattle-kraal by eight black men armed with three handguns who arrived in a yellow Isuzu-bakkie with a white top – pretending that they wanted to buy cattle.
Cronjé was assaulted with a blunt object – probably an iron pipe. Police captain Stephen Thakeng said Cronjé and his farm worker David Mei (30), walked to the kraal right next to the homestead with the ‘cattle-purchasers’ and were then assaulted and tied up. Then the eight male attackers walked to the homestead; assaulting and tying up the farmer’s wife and daughter, Anna (85) and Petro (53) inside. Some then walked back to the kraal to fetch the Afrikaner farmer – dragging the old man inside and beating him up severely with an iron bar. Meanwhile Mr Mei had managed to untie himself and ran to a neighbouring farm – and the neighbours called the police. Meanwhile the robbers got their hands on a key to the registered gun-safe and looted two pistols and an amount of cash before fleeing in their yellow Isuzu-bakkie.When the police arrived the two women were found tied up in the dining room and the critically injured Mr Cronjé was found in another room of the homestead. The elderly couple were taken to hospital – Mrs Cronjé was admitted for observation while her husband required emergency stabilisation and is reportedly still in critical condition at the Welkom hospital. The investigating officer is SAPS insp. David Dlamini at tel. 082-455-6063 http://www.volksblad.com/Content/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/2114/248511def1f14180979d35eb99911bbf/25-02-2010-04-53/Bejaarde_boer_ernstig_beseer_in_aanval
2010-02-25 Afrikaans dad removes son Armand Lotz from high school: headmaster can’t guarantee his safety
2010-02-25 KIMBERLEY. – An irate dad has taken his grade-ten out of the Noord-Kaap High School in Kimberley because the headmaster was unable to guarantee the young Afrikaner’s safety. The youth – Armand Lotz – was badly beaten up by a large group of male pupils who had injured him so badly that he was unable to attend school for two days thereafter: breaking his nose, injuring an arm and beating both his eyes black and blue.
The gang of bullies reportedly also regularly steal food from the other pupils, said dad Leon Lotz. Armand was beaten up by the large group of youths right in front of his terrified mom Adéle, who was just fetching her son from school when she saw him being assaulted in the school grounds. What made matters even worse is that when she rushed over to a teacher demanding that the beating of her son must stop; she was told “not to become hysterical things like that just happen’. The youth’s nose was broken and his eyes were beaten black and blue – and proving that he was assaulted by more than one youth is the fact that he also had injuries on an arm. He was too injured to attend school and Mr Lotz said because the school head was unable to guarantee his son’s safety he’s now enrolled him in another school. He said many pupils have also reported that their lunch-boxes are stolen regularly by pupils who have formed a terror-squad. Headmaster Henk Brand said ‘the case is being investigated’ but as far he was concerned ‘the matter was closed: we have acted against ‘the other youth’ and he has been sent to the school’s psychologist for anger-management’. http://www.volksblad.com/Content/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/2114/36cd0bcf7d9b417b83c2871d3a38a470/25-02-2010-04-53/Pa_haal_seun_uit_skool_in_stad_n%C3%A1_bakleiery_
2010-02-24 cyclist Neville Murray badly injured by vicious five-man gang in Durbanville
Feb 24 2010 CAPE TOWN — A white Durbanville cyclist suffered a fractured vertebra after a vicious attack by five men wielding iron bars – and left to crawl to safety along the busy N7 highway. Neville Murray, 57, was looking forward to taking part in his 16th Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour this year and set out on a long ride early on Saturday. Speaking to the Cape Argus at his home yesterday, Murray said he was cycling along the N7 near Potsdam Road, opposite Van Schoorsdrift Road, when five men, believed to be aged between 18 and 25, accosted him.
‘They were very violent and tried to rip all my clothes off’
"One of them grabbed the front of my bike and they threw me down on the tar. They had iron bars and hit me with them," he said. "They were very violent and tried to rip all my clothes off." Murray said the men had just pulled him to the middle of the busy main road when a truck stopped, and its driver and passengers came to his rescue. The five men fled on foot with a mere R150 (about $15) and a cellphone, but left Murray’s bicycle. While the driver and his passengers gave chase, Murray, fearing the oncoming traffic and despite severe pain in his back, crawled to the side of the road. More passing motorists, whom Murray called "road angels", stopped to assist, and an ambulance arrived 45 minutes later. He was taken to hospital and later learnt he had a fractured vertebra. He has to wear a back brace and will not be taking part in the Cycle Tour. Like Murray, thousands of cyclists across the city have been gearing up for the world’s largest timed cycle event – the annual Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour, on March 14. But several have been injured in ‘incidents’ in recent weeks, and organisers have made several appeals to motorists and cyclists “to be careful”. (!) Cyclist Ren Brand, 68, was hit by a “hit-and-run driver” on Saturday morning and was told by doctors this week that his leg would have to be amputated. Earlier this month, Kelly Kosky’s right leg was amputated after it was crushed by a truck. Brand and Kosky, 59, are members of the Recyclers Cycling Club. SAPS Inspector Erica Crous of the provincial police media office didn’t know anything about it – commenting that ‘there is no record of the incident at any of the police stations close to the scene of the attack.“ However Murray said he gave all his details to the paramedics, who said they would hand them over to the police. Police are also appealing for information that could lead to identifying the motorist in the accident involving Brand. Call investigating officer Inspector David Steenkamp at 084 680 0114 or 021 784 2700 with any information. http://www.iol.co.za/index.php?set_id=1&click_id=13&art_id=vn20100224123314793C346400
Guard your children like gold – warn cops on cycle lecture tour between Krugersdorp and Durban
Five super-fit cops from the West Rand cycled between Krugersdorp and Durban last week – to raise awaress in all the communities along the way of the growing dangers of child-sex slavery and kidnapping-gangs which now are very active in South Africa in preparation for the expected increase in ‘sex-tourism’ in the run-up to the World Cup 2010 football tournaments. The cops stop by at many local community centres on their educational lecture tour to inform parents and teachers about the methods of child-kidnapping gangs who often hang around schools to spot opportunities . http://www.facebook.com/group.php?v=info&ref=mf&gid=315554092986
2010-02-24 Edenvale man, 76 – stabbed to death at home
24 February 2010 An unnamed 76-year-old man was found stabbed to death in his Edenvale home on Wednesday, paramedics said. Netcare 911 spokesman Chris Botha said the man’s neighbours contacted his family when they became concerned about his car being left out all night and at not seeing him during out the day."The family then contacted a security company who raced to the Gannet Avenue residence."He was found in a pool of blood on the lounge floor. Paramedics could not save him because of the extent of his injuries," Botha said. Police were not immediately available for comment. – Sapa http://www.thestar.co.za/?fSectionId=&fArticleId=nw20100224174858349C752480
Cape Town doctors terrified of working in Cape Flats
Doctors practising in parts of the Cape Flats near Cape Town say they work in fear and are being "targeted" by criminals. Speaking after a spate of robberies and burglaries at surgeries, doctors said they felt "vulnerable" and were concerned about being seen as "soft targets". Although no one had been killed or injured, doctors said a lot of money had been lost in stolen equipment and supplies.
- In the most recent robbery, a Nyanga doctor was robbed at gunpoint on Saturday afternoon. Four robbers posing as patients entered the doctor’s rooms. "One kept the receptionist busy while two entered the doctor’s room," Nyanga police Captain Ntomboxolo Sitshitshi said. "They pointed the firearm at the doctor, demanded cash and took a cellphone." The doctor, who did not want to be named, told of his fear of working in the area.
“Doctors provide a service to underprivileged communities- but crime is driving them out’…
"It was very scary, but I feel relieved they didn’t hurt me.I know it’s not only doctors who are affected by this problem. It happens everywhere… even people walking on the streets are held at gunpoint or knifepoint. I’m still very shaken by the incident and I fear for my life. Doctors operate in fear… you just don’t know when they will strike again or whether you will get home alive." He believes doctors are considered "soft targets". "I know of two doctors down the road who were held at gunpoint last year and the year before," he said.
A doctor who practises in Lansdowne Road, Philippi, said a neighbouring doctor’s surgery had been burgled four times last year. "Doctors are here to provide a service to underprivileged communities, but I’m afraid crime is going to drive them out of the area," he said. "People are getting really scared. I think police need to take this seriously and give us some kind of protection."
- Just after Christmas Day at site NY102 Gugulethu, a doctor’s surgery was cleaned out by burglars just after Christmas Day. Not only were medical supplies and equipment stolen, but also a computer, a television set, a fridge, and office furniture. The burglars also smashed a fish tank, killing the fish.
- February 14 2010 at Dr Dhevan Naidoo’s surgery at the Kuwait Taxi Rank in Site C, Khayelitsha, burglars broke in through a window and stole a box of medicine, a television set, diagnostic kits, a nebuliser, fax machine, and other items. Khayelitsha police spokeswoman Captain Anneke van der Vyver however dismissed suggestions that robberies and burglaries at doctors’ surgeries ‘were spiralling out of control’ In fact she claims just the opposite: ‘Police could not recall robberies or a high number of burglaries at doctor’s rooms in the Khayelitsha police precinct", she said. Full Story…
Woman fights back against robber – with a lamp
February 18 2010 Beeld. When an armed man entered her bedroom, Hester Kok, then aged 68, shouted and threw her bedside lamp at the intruder. The man quickly retreated. However, seconds later her son-in-law was shot nine times as he fought off the attackers in the family’s Pretorius Park home. The robbers fired about 20 shots down the passage on that night in April 2008 – seriously injuring her son-in-law Jannie Fourie. This was the evidence presented to the Pretoria Regional Court, writes Beeld journalist Hanti Otto.
Charged with two charges of attempted murder, aggravating robbery and firearms charges are Romeo Maota Nkwagatse, 24, and Jonas Masemola, 27. they pleaded not guilty. A comrade – Ephraim Mawela Msimango — was also arrested, but escaped. Kok told the Pretoria Regional Court on Wednesday that she woke at about 1.30am on April 15 to close her bedroom window. Then she went back to bed. "The next moment I heard my bedroom door slowly opening. I saw the silhouette of a man in the light through the window. He had a cap on, pointing a firearm at my face. "I shouted and threw the bedside lamp at him. He went out of the door," Kok, who turned 70 last week, recalled. She got out of bed and locked the door. "Then I heard several shots in the passage. I feared that my whole family was shot." However, when her son-in-law Jannie Fourie called her, she opened the door. "He lay on the floor, there was blood everywhere. But I thanked the Lord when I realised everyone was still alive." Although it was dark and she could not see the attacker too clearly, Kok said he had the "same piercing eyes" as Msimango. The attackers only took Fourie’s cellphone and his wallet which had R90 (about $9) in it. The trial continues in April. http://www.iol.co.za/index.php?set_id=1&click_id=15&art_id=vn20100218062941367C155013
2010-02-22 Eighty-year-old Margareth Ross survives knifing inside her Sedgefield, George home
2010-02-22 Tisha Steyn reports from the Garden Route town of George that an elderly resident of Kingfisher Avenue Mrs Margareth Ross, 80, was attacked by ‘a person’ who stabbed her repeatedly with a knife while she was in bed. Mrs Ross managed to turn on an alarm despite her serious injuries and alerted the security services. Ambulance personnel found her seriously injured in her bed and rushed her to a private hospital in Knysna. She ‘s in ‘serious but stable’ condition police said. It’s not known if anything was robbed. Police offer a reward for anyone who can provide information and citizens are asked to contact det-insp Neville “Boet” Olckers at tel. 044 802 1626, or 083 683 8858 http://www.dieburger.com/Content/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/1708/0662fe852c384209b374ae26f4471b42/22-02-2010-11-41/Bejaarde_vrou_(80)_oorleef_mesaanval_in_Sedgefield
2010-02-23 Wolfram Zweckler reports that home-owner Garth O’Friel of Alberton heard his 16-year-old son Brendan being shot by armed robbers who broke into his home at around 6am. “I just heard Brendan scream: ‘Get off me, get off me’, and then the shot went off,’ said O’Friel. “As I was running down the hallway one of the attackers shot towards me but missed. However just before I was able to close the bedroom door on them - one of their shots hit my fiancee in the chest.’ Ms Bernardine le Roux (30) and the teenaged boy were rushed to hospital by ambulance for underwent emergency surgery. O’Friel said according to neighbours and neighbourhood-watch members two armed men were seen fleeing in a white Opel Monza. And the only thing they stole was a flatscreen-TV. Police captain Makana Rahulu said they were still searching for two men. Police also said that during an armed COIN-security van robbery a security guard of Builders’ Warehouse in Boksburg was shot in the leg at around 10am on the same day. Nobody else was injured. http://www.beeld.com/Content/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/1928/8ea41b5f2676415593f8a450a3923350/23-02-2010-01-13/Hy_hoor_eers_gille,_toe_%E2%80%99n_skoot
2010-02-23 … more elderly whites murdered at their homes by armed attackers
The wave of murders targetting white South African pension