Can Southern AfriKa Turn The Energy Crisis Into An Opportunity?

The Key is – β€œto embrace the idea that abundance comes from this unified field. Within it lies the power of infinite creativity.” – D. Chopra As a civilization struggling with a multitude of problems, mostly based on our reluctance to embrace the necessary paradigm shifts, in consciousnes as well as in how we approachContinue reading “Can Southern AfriKa Turn The Energy Crisis Into An Opportunity?”

A Confluence of Ideals

“This Temple of a Million Years, whose construction is mentioned on the walls of the Temple of Karnak, must therefore, be the same as the Temple of Solomon. This has to be another historical exclusive – a first-hand account of the building of the Temple of Solomon. Once more, this gives us strong evidence thatContinue reading “A Confluence of Ideals”

Inkonzo Yezinkondlo

Bathi ake siphawule Kuthiwa isimo sitshekile Enzansi kuyantula nabantu baxakekile Izizwe zikhemile nabahlakaniphileyo badidekile Bathi ake siphawule Thina abangasibheki nakusibona kasibonwa Engani bona bachemile bafundile bagogodile Kepha bebhekile imiphefumulo ichithekile Okwetiye emasosweni eminikelo ezinkonzweni Bathi ake sibeke amabili noma amathathu Ulimi lwethu balwazi lusokile lucolekile Namazwi ethu enothile Kepha nxa siphefumula basihleka usulu Kulalelwa abadumileContinue reading “Inkonzo Yezinkondlo”

Adapt or perish

South Afrika is engaged in the emerging conversation about a Just Transition from fossil fuels towards renewable energy. There is concern that the conversation, although cognisant of the need for inclusion still remains generally high level and thus misses the explicit participation of those that are most affected by the effects of industrial pollution, industrialContinue reading “Adapt or perish”

Black Lives …

We do not reach enough readers as Black writers. The potential readers we write for and about are hardly interested in hearing about their wretchedness, our collective soci0-economic death. The Black women we wail for and worship at our altars of poetry, lyrical supplications and tearful prayers, are not there to listen to our criesContinue reading “Black Lives …”

Empress Tallowah

A Rastafarian Empress from Soweto shares her insights

La Nkosi Writes

Mine is to filter out the rhetoric and propaganda, so that we children of the soil can form opinions based on logic and reason. Not through those summarized and scripted tales presented to us.

Nkosy Light

Member of Light Family

My Mind Diary

Where my mind finds a place to rest

AMNTE NOFRE (Amentet Neferet)

Ancient Egyptian Religion