Another brutal attack on a Stellenbosch farmer has sent a further shockwave through the farming community. What can be done to stop them?
Frequent farm attacks and killings have sent panic amongst the South African farming community. It seems police could finally be making some progress.
‘Four or five’ assailants stormed the house, but he gave his life to save the children from harm
The political party want SARU to ‘show solidarity’ with farmers who are being attacked for their land
Another brutal farm attack saw a farmer and worker lucky to escape with their life.
Could a little-known legislation from 2008 give these Zim farmers the compensation they deserve?
Bob doesn’t seem to care.
A truly moving piece of music.
Another attack rocks the farming community.
A woman has described her ordeal during an attack on her farm outside Vereeniging on Wednesday afternoon. The farm owner spotted two burglars in her garage, soon her own property became “like a war”. News24 spoke to the owner who originally fired a few shots at the burglars and shouted for them to leave, things […]
That’s one way of keeping safe.
In a parliamentary debate, two different rates for the number of people murdered on farms in South Africa were mentioned. But experts say that it’s almost impossible to accurately calculate such a figure.
Two elderly people were attacked and robbed on their farm near Tzaneen on Good Friday, in broad daylight.
This criminal was clearly met with a big surprise.
Farm attacks are indeed on the rise.
What is going on with our local farms?
The king had strong words for all kinds of people.
Robert Lynn and Sue Howarth were attacked and tortured on their farm, Marshlands, near Dullstroom on February 19.
I am really angry tonight. I have tried to keep out of this but I am really so sad tonight.
A Mpumalanga farm murder has left a teenager orphaned, looking for answers.
According to Afriforum’s research, 62 farm murders were recorded in 270 farm attacks this year.
Try as you might, racial connotations to a handful of words in South Africa just won’t let up; but what if we unpack them or approach them differently… could we make any progress in the fight against the ‘racialisation’ of language?