Over 200 Persecuted White South African Farmers Have Applied for Refuge in Australia

More than 200 farmers from South Africa have applied for humanitarian visas in Australia after suffering attacks for being white, according to the Australian Home Affairs Ministry.
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Visas for South Africans: Do you need a visa to travel to Australia and what does it cost?

Australia is a popular travel destination for South Africans, whether for vacationing or on a more permanent basis.

The political uncertainty of recent years saw a bit of a spike in the country’s citizens seeking to settle elsewhere, with the land Down Under getting a decent chunk of Saffers moving to its shores.

Most recently, one of former President Jacob Zuma’s bloodiest cabinet reshuffles saw Australian visa requests from South African surge by up to three times, following the axing of Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan from his previous post as Finance Minister.
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Can we assume that the ANC-regime is lying regarding asylum for white South-African Farmers in Australia?

A heavy debate was instigated on social media when reports where made public regarding retraction on asylum for South-African farmers.

This broadcast was spread early last week after the South-African government claimed a letter from the Foreign Minister Julie Bishop was a retraction of Mr Dutton’s earlier statements. However, it has come to light that the ANC-regime are deceitful regarding the true state of affairs and denies that white farmers faces violent crime and are targeted by criminals because of their race, or that they were facing political persecution. 

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South Africa vs Australia 3rd Test preview: Session times, playing XIs, pitch and live stream

With the boardroom talk all concluded, the focus is now on the field as the Proteas prepare to take on Australia in the much-anticipated third Test at Newlands.

SA vs Australia, 3rd Test
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#GoToOz? Australia giving special attention to fast-track humanitarian visas for white South African farmers

Australian Home Affairs minister Peter Dutton says white south african farmers deserves ‘special attention’ due to the ‘horrific circumstances’ they face in South Africa. He told the Daily Telegraph on Wednesday his department was examining a range of methods to fast-track their path to Australia on humanitarian or other visa programs.

South Africa’s new president, Cyril Ramaphosa, is pursuing legal changes to allow appropriation of farm lands without compensation for redistribution to black South Africans.
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SA Brain Drain DOES exist. Crime, politics and jobs make SAFFAs leave – and they are happier for it.

A new report by InterNations Expat Insider shines some light on the profile of South African expats, why they leave the country, and how happy they are abroad. South Africa is the 49th top expat destination (out of 64), showing that it is seen more as an expat source country (people leave it), rather than […]
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Rand nears R13/$ and hits R20/£ despite claims it is stabilising…

The rand came within a few cents of the R13/$ level in the late afternoon on Tuesday as US housing data indicated a stronger US economy‚ further supporting the case for a rate hike in the world’s largest economy this year. The dollar gained against the euro in response to the data‚ which sent emerging […]
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SAFFA Family threatened with deportation from Australia even after spending $175,000 in visa and education fees

AGGRESSIVE street vendors bashing on his wife’s car was the last straw for Sam Saunders. He and his family had to get out of South Africa and were drawn to the safety and opportunities the Sunshine Coast offered. But complications with their permanent residency visa applications are now threatening to end the family’s time in Australia. […]
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The Reality of Victims of Farm Murders in SA to come to Perth, Australia

Victims Of Farm Murders In South Africa Under The Spotlight In Perth – Australia. Leading criminologist Lorraine Claasen and the deputy CEO of AfriForum, Ernst Roets, will be giving an overview of farm attacks in South Africa and the impact these crimes may have on its victims at the 15th International Symposium of the World […]
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