“Awusho Ngubane, uke uzifunde izincwadi ezibhalwa nguMbuyiseni Oswald Mtshali? Ngiyamthanda lapho ethi khona: ‘Let them know thy name It’s gone too long Your vacant place unknown Its number Murdered easily by computer. Thixo! We want to rejoice Celebrating the best of the new age For gone is Kleinbooi No more Sixpence John is neither hereContinue reading “Impi Yabomdabu Isethunjini: towards a review of J.C. Buthelezi’s book”
No one in the world represents the spirit of resilience and tenacity like Black Women. In the face of racial prejudices, toxic patriarchy, and colonial social ills, She mothers the world and with dignity, continues to affirm Afrika’s genius.
“The absolute equality of races, physical, political and social, is the founding stone of world peace and human advancement. No one denies great differences of gift, capacity, and attainment among individuals of all races, but the voice of science, religion and practical politics is one in denying the God-appointed existence of super-races or races naturallyContinue reading “Afrikology, Kingdoms and Youth”
Here I will offer my reasons why I am optimistic about Earth’s energy future, regenerative food production, creative solutions emerging from primarily the youth … as well as the future of the Afrikan continent and global social justice.
Stories Set To Music: 1/11/2018 The original version of this story appeared around 2018-2019 and began with this quote from a Blood Orange song, “I can be the only one / but do you even want me to …”; the point was to highlight the highs and lows of romantic love as well as theContinue reading “Songs In The Chi of Love”
‘If mind and divine speech are used as meant, you will not differ from the immortals in any way. ” – Ancient Afrikan Proverb