Dear BLACK DA members

Dear Black DA voters and members


I have been meaning to speak to you for so long. I just did not know how to broach the subject. Particularly because I find it quite absurd.


Have you suddenly got amnesia about life under white rule? Our media is brilliant in that it has managed to erase the fact that the struggle was fought to eliminate black domination by a minority group.


Is it because they have given you nice jobs; put you in nice clothes and allow you into their world that you think they have suddenly ‘changed?’ You think because they have managed to tame you, you will be entitled to white privilege?

The colour of your skin will never entitle you to white privilege. White privilege rests solely on being white. These people have never even been to your ghettos, they do not know you….nor do they care to.


The western province is run by DA. In this province is where you will notice the great race divide. Where the white people live, it is very pretty. In the townships, people don’t have toilets. If your DA can’t provide basic sanitation for black people in ONE province, how will they run 9?


Besides being a pretty boy, what are Mmusi Maimane’s credentials? Most marketers know that a pretty face will sell anything. DA has taken a well groomed black man married to a white woman and called him a leader. Lol! Mmusi Maimane is nothing but a marketing gimmick. He is not standing on his two feet but held on strings.


Then your DA went and played on Herman Mashaba’s ego by making him think that a businessman is a politician. They took a black who thinks, he is not like the other blacks who don’t work as hard as him. A black who thinks he is special because of his circumstance. He is not like the other blacks.

He is unBlack Like you.


Many of you will try to justify yourselves by blaming black government. I hate to point this out to you but the mess South African government is in, is precisely because of white rule. Apartheid and white rule left a HOT MESS and when they couldn’t handle the heat, they ran away…..with the land.

ANC has had to step into a mess, and in that mess they are swimming. It has NOTHING to do with blacks in power, because honestly…..blacks are not in power.


When you look around you and see the sea of white faces in your team. Are you aware that that sea of faces is a lot wealthier than you? Lol! It really is funny when paupers stand next to a rich man with the same confidence……and then go back home to their small houses.

Do you enjoy the KFC they dish out for the marches? I don’t know if you have noticed, but your white counterparts generally do not march with you. You are carrying the white flag for them. Lol!


I just want to understand……HOW, in your minds, a small minority is expected to run the majority race? It doesn’t really matter if you join the DA in numbers, you will never have the power at the top, just one or two black faces. No democracy is run by a minority, so eintlik nenzani?


You bring shame to African people. You bring shame because of your self hate and belief that black people can never run themselves. You’re an embarrassment every time you comment. To be honest, we wish we could put masking tape on your mouths because your contribution is dumb as fuck.

You will never be white. And white people will never recognise you…..and it is sad that you seek for this validation from them. DA blacks you are truly an embarrassment.

Your colour blindness is idiotic. We were made different races, not blind. Your effort in being self righteous leave your people ashamed and embarrassed of you.


I remember the millions of YOUR people who were murdered and tortured by the forefathers of your DA counterparts…..and I spit on your vote.



Violence and Racism in schools

Hi Ntsiki. My name is Ntsika Nonqane and I am from Durban, I need your help.

I am a Matriculant at a Model C school in Durban called Durban Academy. I’ve been in the school for five years now and I want you to understand that from grade 8-10 I actually loved coming to school. I’ve always been open minded and outspoken and this year I realized how oppressed we are at my school. Ntsiki I wish I could tell you everything that’s happening but now I want to tell you about the tip of the ice berg.  The past Thursday, 10th of March 2016 , learners from neighbouring township’s who came late to school because of the consistent public transport issue were locked outside the school. This infuriated the kids especially matriculants because they had tests. They started singing amaCulo omzabalazo , police came and the kids found a way to break the lock and ran into the school. I mean who wouldn’t it’s our basic right to get an education, why are we being treated like criminals?  The next day when I got to school Ms Mazwai there was a huge police truck outside the school gate!  What are they saying to us?  Is this a school or a prison?  This infuriated the matriculants and at 11:30 we started protesting but it was peaceful please understand that, we didn’t harm anyone or vandalize the school property. We asked the HOD to talk to us she ignored us, we decided to go to the principal he ignored us too. We were so angry at him that we marched to the offices. They locked the front office, while they were talking to two reps from our side, when they were done our reps came out and told us they called us Hooligans and Stupid for protesting!!!!!  The bell rang for after school and soon the whole school joined us, the principal got out his office telling us to evacuate and when we didn’t and we got closer to him he ran away!!!  I’m talking about a man of 60 who’s scared of adolescents. They called the policemen once again Ntsiki and we carried on singing they didn’t realize they uniting US even more.

There are so many things that we don’t like like
1. There’s no African language in our school only Afrikaans and English
2. They don’t want dreadlocks or Afro’s
3 . We being verbally abused and physically abused
4. The management is all white
5 . The code of conduct does not protect us or it’s not in favor for us black people

I have pictures, videos of the protest. Please help us!!  I know you stand up for what’s right!
My contact details : 0710907478
Facebook : Ntsika Teddy Nonqane
Twitter : @NtsikaSibiya

letter to Palesa

Dear Palesa


It was wrong for me to think you had my phone and then announce it on my social network. It was VERY wrong. I regret that you had to experience me on that level.

Please accept my apology for falsely accusing you of something you did not do…..and splashing it out on my social networks.

I believe my behaviour was inexcusable and I would never want to be falsely accused of anything.

In an effort to restore the goodness in our meeting, please allow me to take you and 2 of your friends to the beach.

I am your older sister and must behave in a way that is inspiring and just…….and must own up when I am wrong.

I was wrong.

Please forgive my drama…….it was unacceptable.


Sending you love, light and blessings

Ntsiki Mazwai