From the reconstructed "South Africa Sucks"
Zimbabwe today South Africa tomorrow
The events that have unfolded north of the Limpopo in Zimbabwe during the past couple weeks portend an ominous future for South Africa. Robert Mugabe faces the gravest challenge to his twenty-eight year misrule. Consequently, Mugabe has employed the customary measures other African leaders employ whenever they are in a bind, which is to find a successful minority scapegoat, vilify and dehumanize it, and then steal from it and annihilate it. Mugabe has decided to scapegoat the remaining white farmers in Zimbabwe by launching farm invasions as he did in 2000. Mugabe will assuredly remain in power until the day he dies regardless of the words emanating from London, Washington, and Canberra.
I particularly recommend the second video down which is a 1994 report by the eternally gullible Dan Rather from South Africa which is so afflicted with false optimism that it would be hilarious if it was not so tragically sad.