Tag Archives: Zeph Mothopeng

SOWETO UPRISING DID NOT FALL FROM A TREE LIKE A RIPE FRUIT!

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One of the students that the apartheid colonialist police shot dead on 16 June 1976 was Hector Pieterson. According to the late Rev. Benjamin Rajuili who was a minister of religion in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and a teacher

IN LOVING MEMORY OF A REVOLUTIONARY: MAM’ NOMVO BOOI!

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If you met Nomvo Booi in the streets, you wouldn’t have given her a second glance. You wouldn’t have known that she was a premier patriotic. She had no airs and pretences about herself, preferring to be part and parcel

Cheers to Freedom!!

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The “Rainbow Nation” opium is slowly waning off and people have started to ask serious questions about the role played by the ANC and Nelson Mandela. They have begun to unmask the holy cow which for a little more than

REJOINDER TO MMUSI MAIMANE’S “ANTI -RACISM” SPEECH!!!

Musi Maimane

DA leader, Mmusi Maimane delivered a speech against racism a few days ago which received extensive media coverage in both the print and electronic media. I don’t want to impugn his motives; I propose to address the issues he raised

SOUTH AFRICA: WHAT FUELS THY XENOPHOBIA???

One-Afrika

South Africa has been a seething cauldron of anger for many years from the time of apartheid which the African people in this country are now venting on their own brothers and sisters as well as children. What compounds the

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

THE SELL-OUT DEAL IS THE ROOT CAUSE OF THE SPATE OF PROTESTS!

“Prisoners are not free to negotiate with their jailers,” these were the words of the then second President and founding member of the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) of Azania, Zeph Mothopeng, referring to ANC leader Nelson Mandela who has been

OUR HISTORY DISTORTED BY DISHONEST AND PARTISAN INTELLECTUALS!

When any scholar visits this country and speaks about Pan Africanism on a national radio or television and associates it with Nelson Mandela and the ANC but factors out Robert Sobukwe and the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), one wonders if

THE CHALLENGES FACING OPPOSITION PARTIES IN AFRICA!

One of the moves that can send shock waves down the spines of ANC bigwigs could be when all the opposition political parties form a single political party before next year’s elections. Should that happen, then next year’s ballot paper

LEST WE FORGET: JUNE 16 1976 AND THE BETHAL TRIAL

Kgosana Philip

Sons and daughters of the soil, let me acknowledge with thanks your kind invitation to address this august gathering of pan africanists. To the Pan Africanist Youth of today It is now 35 years since the Soweto Youth Uprising hit the land