Month: July 2020

REMEMBERING A GIANT OF AFRIKAN LIBERATION: THE MEANING OF MUZIWAKHE LEMBEDE 73 YEARS LATER

By: Veli Mbele African people have been told time and again that they are babies; that they are an inferior race; that they cannot achieve anything worthwhile by themselves or without a white man as their “trustee” or “leader.” This insidious suggestion has poisoned their minds and has resulted in a pathological state of mind. […]

WHEN WILL THE BRITISH BRING BACK THE HEAD OF OUR WARRIOR KING, KGOSI LUKA JANTJIE?

By Veli Mbele When will we, who call Ga-Kgosi Galeshewe home, ever have the guts to confront the diamond- stealing- murdering- raping British, for what they did to our Warrior King, Kgosi Luka Mpolokeng Jantjie? (1835-1897). It is said after the Langeberg Uprising 1896/1897 also known as ‘Galeshewe’s War or ‘Ntwa ya Matlhananelo (an uprising […]

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