South Africa 10

While many people don’t give a fucking shit about the fact, Durban has the highest concentration of Turbans outside of India. Take that Niggers!

August 29th, 2021

Kaffirs B Trippin’ Word

Whoonga This South African drug, known in some forms as nyaope, sprung up in the nation’s poorer regions within the last few years and typically consists of marijuana, heroin or other street drugs mixed with retroviral AIDS drugs. It can also be mixed with things like rat poison or other toxic chemicals, sometimes shortening the lifespan of users who choose to inject it to as little as one year. Doctors seem skeptical as to the addictive or hallucinogenic properties of the AIDS drugs used, but worry that whoonga might have a detrimental effect on the fight against AIDS in the region since users may purposely try to contract HIV in order to get the necessary retroviral drugs free from clinics. South African authorities responded to reports of whoonga’s increased use by adding it to a list of banned substances. Rehabilitation efforts are reportedly minimal and punishments for possession are harsh, and Sowetan Live notes complaints that South Africa has no “functioning government institution to tackle substance abuse.”

August 28th, 2021

Thozamile Taki (born 1971) also known as the Sugarcane Killer is a South African serial killer who killed 13 women aged 18–25, dumping their bodies in agricultural plantations. On 19 January 2011, Taki was sentenced to 13 life sentences for the murders and an additional 208 years, 16 years for each of his victims of armed robbery. Taki murdered 10 victims in the sugarcane plantations around the town of Umzinto, as well as a further three victims in the tea plantations near Port St Johns, KwaZulu Natal. Body parts of some of his victims are alleged to have been provided to a local traditional healer or sangoma. Taki was remanded at Westville Prison during his trial. On 21 February 2010, Taki, along with eight other prisoners attempted to escape from the prison. Taki fell from the roof of his fourth floor cell, seriously injuring himself while his accomplices successfully escaped. His trial was adjourned pending his recovery. On March 2, 2010, Taki, now using a wheelchair, entered court requesting that his girlfriend be given bail. Judge King Ndlovu postponed the trial until April 30, 2010, where the remaining eight of the state’s 103 witness were to testify. On December 23, 2010, Taki was convicted on all charges. <SNIP> LINK

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