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Tears flow as farmer meets the walker-against-farm-murders

by in News on 30 April, 2015

An emotional and heart-breaking scene took place this afternoon on the farm Vaalbank, outside Bronkhorstspruit, where Duncan Nyawo, the walker-against-farm-murders, met his namesake, Dr Duncan Prinsloo, who was a victim of a brutal farm attack during which his wife was shot dead.

Prinsloo, a farmer and veterinarian, is paralysed in the lower part of his body and needs to use crutches to move around. He fell to his knees when he met Nyawo and thanked him for his awareness campaign against farm attacks and murders. “Today I take my hat off to you. Thank you for what you are doing and for standing up for us.”

AfriForum Youth supports removal of Wits SRC President after racist statements

by in Media Statements on 30 April, 2015

AfriForum Youth supports the South African Union of Jewish Students in their demand to have the President of the SRC at Wits University, Mcebo Dlamini removed, following his racist statements on social media and other news platforms.

Man walks from Nelspruit to submit memorandum re farm murders, racism and police murders to Pres Zuma

by in Media Statements on 29 April, 2015

Duncan Nyawo is to submit a memorandum in partnership with AfriForum at the Union Buildings tomorrow, requesting – among other things – the prioritising of farm murders.

Girls hostel showers in warm water again, thanks to AfriForum

by in Local government statements on 29 April, 2015

AfriForum has restored the warm water system of the Belladonna hostel at the Hoërskool George Hofmeyr in Standerton.

AfriForum establishes new neighbourhood watch in Rayton and Heuwelsig in Bloemfontein

by in Safety statements on 28 April, 2015

AfriForum established neighbourhood watches in Rayton and Heuwelsig in Bloemfontein on 23 April 2015. The neighbourhood watches were established after a spate of burglaries in the area in the last month. Burglaries in which gate motors and household goods were stolen, among others, forced this community to approach AfriForum for help.