The new black capitalism in communist South Africa PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 28 October 2010 16:03

Can the destruction of the nations contributing to social justice? No, it is true the contrary. Only a strong nation, united and independent, can express itself, to grow and defend itself from capitalism-communism.
The new South Africa, who in the name of communism has denied the freedom to all nations that live there, don’t have abandoned the capitalism, more fully realized it.

The following text was taken from South African Uncensored News, update of 28th October 2010.


New black elite is sick, warn co-ruling Cosatu trade union leaders

Picture of the ‘human sushi-plate’ at the 40th birthday party of businessman Kenny Kunene by Lucky Nxumalo

Oct 27 2010 – Cosatu trade union secretary Zwelinzima Vavi has slammed the excesses of the new black elite in South Africa “with their luxury cars, people who enrich themselves from the black-economic-empowerment laws and spend R700,000 on birthday parties where sushi is served on the bodies of naked women… This insults the integrity of the poor and this makes me sick,” he raged. (Picture of the ‘human sushi-plate’ at the recent 40th birthday party of businessman Kenny Kunene by Lucky Nxumalo.)


The Cosatu trade union movement is a co-ruling organisation in the troika which runs South Africa together with the SA Communist Party and the African National Congress. Thus Cosatu is attacking its own partners, warning that the country is in the middle of a national crisis. “Corruption is a question of life and death in a democracy,” he said. “Every day our public figures are accused of corruption. The abuse of political power for own gain is a ticking time bomb which is going to explode. The worst abuse of political power is when officials own families benefit from business-transactions. Our government must chose whether they represent the country’s citizens or only the business world”.

The country is in the middle of a national crisis, he said. “Cosatu is furious. We demand our freedom back from the elite. We demand an egalitarian society. This feast must come to an end,” he said. “South Africa has spawned an uncaring, self-absorbed and indifferent elite whose major sport is an ostentatious display of wealth and power. Crass materialism threatens the spirit of selfless service that characterised our democratic movement.”

Cosatu president  Sidumo Dlamini concurred, saying “the government must be reminded that the struggle has not been waged to make the rich even richer.”