Monthly Archives: September 2016

POEM: 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

BOOK REVIEW: A PLACE IN THE SUN

A Place in the Sun is a racy novel, rich in history and suspense. Written by Kola King a veteran journalist, it is a love story based in the fictional country of Songha which in reality looks like life in

THE 1976 STUDENTS UPRISING IN CAPE TOWN!

Senzeni na, senzeni na, senzeni na, senzeni na, senzeni na, senzeni na, senzeni na, senzeni na, senzeni na, sono sethu, sono sethu yintoni na, sono sethu yintoni na, sono sethu, sono sethu bubumnyama….!!!! Sizowodubula ngoMbayi-Mbayi ayabaleka dubula ngombayi-mbayi, sizowadubula, dubula,

WHITE RACISM: THE COMPLICITY AND HYPOCRISY OF BLACKS!!

Privilege and proximity to whiteness speaks. A position of privilege and relative proximity to whiteness not only gives you a voice to speak in this country, it also provides you with an inter-national audience, ministerial interventions, public outrage, debates and