Tag Archives: ANCYL

DEAR REVOLUTIONARY BLACK MEN: TALKING INTERSECTIONALITY AND DENOUNCING PATRIARCHY!!!

intersectionality

On most occasions when the issue of intersectionality is brought up into the discourse when discussing revolution, so-called black revolutionary men dismiss it as a secondary issue, as well as some women who are spell-bound by patriarchy (because as much

LET’S CELEBRATE THE INDELIBLE LEGACY OF MARCUS GARVEY!!!

Marcus Garvey

During an address at Fort Hare University Completers’ Social, sixty-six years ago, the twenty-four year old Robert Sobukwe quoted Marcus Garvey as having said, “You cannot grow beyond your thoughts. If your thoughts are those of a slave, you will

MINISTER’S HERITAGE DAY SPEECH SMACKS OF SELECTIVE AMNESIA AND IS A DISTORTION OF HISTORY!!

Minister of Arts and Culture: Nathi Mthethwa

Last week there was a debate in the National Assembly about Heritage Day. All the heroes and heroines were mentioned except those of the PAC and to some extent BCM. There was no mention of Robert Sobukwe, Zeph Mothopeng, Urbania

JULIUS MALEMA: THE TOAST OF EVERYBODY AT THE HATE SPEECH TRIAL YET JUST GRAND-STANDING AND POSTURING

The hate speech case against ANCYL President Julius Malema clearly highlighted the need for white people to learn about African people and African indigenous languages. We learnt from evasive evidence led by senior ANC members and Malema’s mendacious statements which

THE FOUNDING FATHERS OF THE PAC GAVE US A VIBRANT ORGANISATION

The founding fathers of the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) of Azania have bequeathed to us a vibrant organization which we are reducing to ruins through selfishness and factional battles. I have read David James Smith's book, Young Mandela and the book

THE MEDIA APPEALS TRIBUNAL vs. FREEDOM OF THE PRESS AND INFORMATION

The struggle is about power and those in power always want to have more power. South Africa will be the first country to have, in place, a media tribunal if the proposed information bill passes as is. Constitutional law expert

TAKING THE STRUGGLE TO GREATER HEIGHTS!!!

Today, the Chief Editor, Hulisani Mmbara, pose questions to the recently elected President of the Pan Africanist Youth Congress (PAYCO), Linda Kwame Ndebele, on a wide range of issues concerning youth mobilization and the revolution.

WHY CRANING OUR NECKS TO FIND SOLUTIONS TO CRIME?

Why are South African authorities craning their necks and looking so far in order to eradicate crime? The capitalist system that the ANC government inherited from apartheid government and pursues is the major part of the problem that engenders criminality. In