Nkateko Mabasa I would like to use an analogy of which I am aware how complex and emotionally charged it is, with the risk of being misunderstood. My hope is that […]
Mandisi Gladile “And until the American Negros lets the white man know that we are really ready and willing to pay the price that is necessary for freedom our people will always […]
Ndumiso Mdayi kaGaba “To live sober is to die countless times!” – Veena Malik “I am what time, circumstance, history, have made of me, certainly, but I am also, much more than […]
When people like Gladile respond to ‘feminist’ injunctions in the way they do, they ensure that people speak past one another and reproduce inequalities by privileging the same authors over mostly silenced black feminist work.
Why the South African Black Male question is a failed patriarchal project: A response to Nkateko Mabasa
Mandisi Gladile “It is meet for us to speak the truth before we die” – Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe I had exactly a vivid recollection of these above quoted words, by one of […]