Monthly Archives: August 2009

RACISM AND ILLTREATMENT OF CASTER MOKGADI SEMENYA

The infamy of the 1936 Berlin Olympics has been recreated when African American athletes like Jesse Owens debunked the myth of racial superiority by winning four gold medals beating Europeans fair and square. It is like history is repeating itself. The

PUBLIC TRANSPORT SCAMS

The proponents of the ill-conceived Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and baffling Taxi Recapitalisation schemes swear that their conspiring is in the national interest. They take advantage of disintegrated and poor planned public transport system that mushroomed overtime, to pursue their

FREEDOM FIGHTER FALLS

Comrade Parker Segage from Alexandra township in Johannesburg has fallen on Thursday 20th August 2009, at the age of 71, after a long illness. The late Segage was born in Alexandra on 23rd March 1938. Segage went to

FIGHTING POVERTY IN THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

When it comes to learning how to fight poverty, almost all the experts agree that The Peoples' Republic of China is the best place to begin. "China has set an example internationally for reducing poverty, raising hundreds of millions of people

WELCOME HOME MOKGADI CASTER SEMENYA!

Mayihlome News wishes to welcome home daughter of the soil, Mokgadi Caster Semenya, and congratulates her for making us proud. Your victory is victory for Africans. We condemn the racist treatment you have been subjected to by white supremacists at

SA MEDIA FAILS PUBLIC

Addressing the annual dinner of the American Press Association in 1914 John Swinton, editor of the New York News said "There is no such thing as an independent press in America. Not a man among you dares to utter his

DO SOUTH AFRICANS HAVE A NATIONAL IDENTITY?

If Siki Mgabadeli’s recent morning talk show on SAFM radio is anything to go by, then there’s no South African identity. Her predecessor, Tebogo Matima also had a discussion on that topic in the past and was equally befuddled, completely

LETLAPA MPHAHLELE MUST STEP DOWN!!!

The Pan Africanist Youth Congress (PAYCO) calls on Letlapa Mphahlele to step down immediately. Recently, the WESTERN CAPE HIGH COURT Case Number 12174/2008, in the matter between Motsoko Pheko and Letlapa Mphahlele & Others ruled that the Constitution that was

SUBJECTIVISM OF CHARTERISM

AP Mda's 1958 The Africanist Case exposition leaves no doubt that Charterism has neglected the objective basis of society in favour of the purely subjective world. Charterists are imposters. There are many examples one can cite to corroborate the above.

THE LATE AP MDA ON THE IDEOLOGICAL AND POLITICAL CASE OF AFRICANISM

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According to its January, 1958 constitution, the African National Congress (ANC) stands for the "creation of a united democratic South Africa on the principles outlined in the Freedom Charter". The new body, the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), according to its