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THIS THING OF OURS

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[In Memory of Bra Vusi Make] this thing of ours is never talked about though its dear life is seeded in the up and down of our own lives at times it gives a sinking feeling of despair and defeat

uNYANA kaNTU – 40 YEARS OF THE WILDERNESS

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In the secret organisation of the underground movement, where pseudonyms and nom de guerre and legends were used to hide and conceal officially known names and real events, the banned PAC’s operatives used ‘Nyana womNtu’ to refer to Mangaliso Robert

Tribute to Vusumuzi Johnson Nyathi

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(Picture: Jaki Seroke. Johnson Nyathi, front: second from right in blue jeans, poses with other veterans) This is an attempt to profile an outstanding fallen hero. Like many similar attempts it is too little too late. Like all other times

MY NIECE IS DYING

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[In Memoriam: Boitumelo 1978 – 2012] tears well up in my eyes at what’s apparent in the tell tales that our home’s beautiful flower born of the glow of the rose is verily dying my pretty niece humble heart of

Sobukwe pictorial biography work in progress

Mother of the African Nation – Ma Veronica Sobukwe with Jaki Seroke working on an album of family photographs on Sobukwe. MaSobukwe will be turning 90 on 25 July. Contributions of your favourite but rarely used pictures that depict the

REFLECTIONS ON THE 58TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PAC OF AZANIA!

We, the Africanists should always take guidance from the concrete ideas of Mangaliso Sobukwe and learn from his practical experience as a leader and the first president of the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) of Azania. From his early twenties, Sobukwe

CASTALIA MOTSHABI MOLEKE (1948 – 2017)

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What stood out in the illustrious life of Castalia Motshabi Moleke is that she was a people’s person. Her gift was the ability to treat almost everyone she came across with dignity and respect, and make them feel they owned

BELEDE – Pan Africanist Feminism

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Belede Vabaza (Mazwai) and her age mate companions of female, militant journalists such as Ruth Bengu, Zodwa Mshibe, Castalia Moleke, Thembeka Mbobo and others, brought radical changes in the newsroom and on the newsprint with their challenging writings. They put

POEM: SING SIBONGILE

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Sing Sibongile sing for someone forlorn and homeless supping sorrow from the big spoon of wild winds somewhere in the meadow in the veld of promises aplenty sing for someone whose eyes face east of the indigo sky praying and

SING SIBONGILE

Sing sibongile sing for someone forlorn and homeless supping sorrow from the big spoon of wild winds somewhere in the meadow in the veld of promises aplenty sing for someone whose eyes face east of the indigo sky praying and