Tag Archives: Soweto

PAN AFRICANISM IS THE ROAD TO AFRICA’S SECURITY!                                                                             

Programme Director, Distinguished Delegates, Brothers and Sisters at this historic Convention, I SALUTE YOU ALL for your persistence on the Pan African path. Africa is a beautiful house that has been burning for some time with its children, women and

THE AZANIAN MASSES ARE NOT XENOPHOBIC!!!

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!!

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

ENTER THE “SECOND TRANSITION” – 38 YEARS AFTER JUNE 16 UPRISING!!

It is 38 years since the students uprisings sparked off at SOWETO and spread to other African Townships all over the country when these students said enough was enough and revolted against the imposition of Afrikaans as a medium of

THE ‘NEW’ SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENT ’S ATROCITIES AGAINST FREEDOM FIGHTERS!

The “New South Africa” boasts of being a “democracy.” Indeed, in some areas that are not fundamental to democracy such as homosexual marriages, “sex workers”, “abortion on demand”, and an education system that allows a pass mark of 30%, this

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

THE LEGACY OF ROBERT MANGALISO SOBUKWE

During his remarkable and outstanding short period of leadership, Sobukwe taught us that leadership is initiative and courage. To lead one must initiate ideas and action. He also taught us that leadership is courage. Sobukwe initiated ideas that gave PAC

THE IMMORTAL TRUTH ABOUT MANDELA: INTERVIEW WITH WINNIE BY NADIRA NAIPAUL

Nelson Mandela

My husband and I have just crossed Africa. On the final leg of our journey we had finally come to South Africa - a place that now went hand in hand with the name Mandela. My husband had been reluctant to

MOVE THE SEAT OF THE PAN AFRICAN PARLIAMENT (PAP) FROM THE GALLAGHER ESTATE

Robben Island is the liberation struggle living foundation to build the Pan African Parliament adjacent the prison complex. Sharpeville, Langa and Soweto are the alternative struggle foundation to house the Pan African Parliament. The construction of the Parliament on the

The Epic Story of June 16 Uprising

The plan to overthrow then Apartheid government began as early as 1963 when Zephaniah “The Lion of Azania” Mothopeng was in the notorious Robben Island prison following his arrest during the PAC led Anti-Pass Campaign on the 21st March 1960.