“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.
‘If mind and divine speech are used as meant, you will not differ from the immortals in any way. ” – Ancient Afrikan Proverb
Greetings GREEN ANKH WORK readers, I have not posted in a while. Here is something I thought I should share. It’s the presentation from LitFest Harare’s Black History Symposium. LitFest Harare: Black History Month Symposium Event Held at AFROTOPIA, 1st Floor Construction House, Harare, March 4, 2022 Time: 09:30am to 18:15pm My Topic/Discussion Subject: UnderContinue reading “My Presentation At LitFest Harare”
On the teeming, nervous streets of Harare, somewhere along the byways of the promising northern suburbs – stands a boy named Progress. His parents must have been really hopeful, if he has a sister, her name may very likely be Prosperity. The parents could possibly also be faithful with their Sunday tithes, giving of theContinue reading “The Story of Progress”
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Revolution is a science, but it is one that takes shape socially, both privately as well as publically, and it is essentially experiential. The theory is as significant as the practice. The ironical art of revolution is comparable to the art of music. One person can compose a symphony in the privacy of their ownContinue reading “Money Dance vs Spirit Dance”