Tag Archives: Jaki Seroke

THE AZANIAN MASSES ARE NOT XENOPHOBIC!!!

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The fast moving media world, in their uncritical and subjective reporting on incidents of violence that happened this April month in Durban, Joburg and Germiston, compels us to describe the working people of South Africa – the Azanian masses –

GOOD MORNING ‘NEW’ SOUTH AFRICA!!

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Why would South African in the first twenty one years of the new political dispensation fail to see things for what they are? A new nation cannot live in denial for long. Consider the examples below. Each April month the

THE SECRET BETHAL TREASON TRIAL – REVISITED!!

During the apartheid era – from 1948 when the National Party came into government until 1994 when a new political dispensation was ushered in – the settler regime treated Zephania Lekoane Mothopeng (1913 – 1990) as the number one enemy

REMEMBERING SOBUKWE: THE REVOLUTIONARY THINKER

Drive: Robert Sobukwe (Mayibuye Archives)

Ma Veronica Sobukwe captured the essence of her late husband’s core mission in life when she chose the apt inscription for his gravestone: “True leadership demands complete subjugation of self, absolute honesty, integrity and uprightness of character, courage and fearlessness,

MEMORIALISING APLA FORCES IN THE YEARS OF THE GREAT STORM!

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Victor Gqweta, or Sabelo Phama as he was popularly known, was called to head and command the Azanian Peoples Liberation Army (APLA) forces and serve in the Central Committee of the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) of Azania as Secretary for

MAYIHLOME NEWS 2013 ANNUAL REPORT

In 2013, there were 36 new articles, bringing the total number of articles posted on Mayihlome News to 195. The busiest day of the year was December 18th with 3,740 views. The most popular article that day was THE MANDELA

THE ANC AND THE NATS!

The widely held but false belief that the end of apartheid legislation and whites-only rule will usher in social changes that benefit the majority is beginning to shake off from the hearts and minds of the Azanian masses. It has

WOMEN CAN LIFT UP HALF THE SKY!

Stirring the pot on gender inequalities and outdated attitudes observed in the post-Sharpeville 1960 era, Lauretta Ngcobo’s eulogy at the late Joe Mkhwanazi’s funeral in January this year highlighted the role of women, their emancipation through the crucible of struggle

TRIBUTE TO MXOLISI ‘ACE’ MGXASHE!

Sadly, Bra Ace Mgxashe passed away in his hometown of Cape Town on Sunday 21 July 2013 after a severe bout of shortness of breath. He had always complained to most Africanists close to him that he was not well,

WHAT IS WRONG WITH JACOB ZUMA?

What the hell is wrong with Jacob Zuma? Doing the rounds in Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek municipalities on Friday 20 August, he claimed to be shocked by the squalid living conditions of township residents in these areas which are regarded