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KHOISAN 4 DECEIVED BY CYRIL RAMAPHOSA | Authored by Mel Ve, International Media Advisor to the Royal House of the Khoisan Nation and the Sovereign State of Good Hope | 4 January 2018 As a researcher, historian and author focussed ...

FAKE REVOLUTIONS & CONTROLLED COUPS: Zimbabwe & Mugabe – Many folks from the Southern part of Africa drew a collective breath of excitement and anticipation, when the news dropped a fortnight ago, that a coup has happened in Zimbabwe.  The ...

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY TAKES NOTE OF SOUTH AFRICAN GENOCIDE – For many years, it has been up to the efforts of brave expats / economic refugees of South Africa, such as my esteemed colleague Karin Smith, and myself, the Independent Media ...

SOVEREIGN STATE OF GOOD HOPE:  Mel Ve appointed as Media Advisor to the King – It is with great honour that I, the Independent Media Journalist commonly referenced as Mel Ve, have been appointed as an advisor to King Khoebaha ...

The Secession Ceremony of King Cornelius at the Castle of Good Hope LIVE on CCN – On 24 September 2017, history was made as the King Cornelius III, the King of the Original people’s of South Africa, being the Khoisan ...

HAIL THE KING | Mel Ve & Karin Smith speak to the King of South Africa LIVE on CCN – Many people may not know the King of South Africa, but I can assure you that he does exist.  Long ...

STOP SOUTH AFRICAN GENOCIDE live broadcasts on Conscious Consumer Network – There are some of us who have managed to escape the dire state of affairs that is afflicting South Africa, and we won’t forget our brothers and sisters who ...

COMING TOGETHER: Mel Ve talks to Leigh Oxley & Karin Smith – This discussion was a long time overdue happening, and I was ever so grateful for the opportunity to speak with two magnificent South African women doing what they ...

SERPENT WORSHIP IN SOUTHERN AFRICA – Historians are generally divided about the true history of Southern Africa. There is much historical evidence to suggest that advanced civilisations inhabited Southern Africa from around 250 000 years ago, which pre-dates any known ...

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