Monthly Archives: February 2018

uNYANA kaNTU – 40 YEARS OF THE WILDERNESS

In the secret organisation of the underground movement, where pseudonyms and nom de guerre and legends were used to hide and conceal officially known names and real events, the banned PAC’s operatives used ‘Nyana womNtu’ to refer to Mangaliso Robert

Launch of the Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Commemorative Seminar Series

On Tuesday, 27th February 2018 the University of Fort Hare (UFH) Centre for Transdisciplinary Studies African Intellectual Resistance & Liberation Heritage Project, in partnership with Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Trust (RMST) and the African Institute for Knowledge and Sustainability (AIKS), will

TRIBUTE TO A FRIEND, BROTHER, COMRADE LEADER AND COMMANDER DAVID PHETOE

In 1979, the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) of Azania was facing serious problems. Many of its leaders were either sentenced to long imprisonment or in detention without trial, and others were struggling to gather both financial and military support for

Tribute to Vusumuzi Johnson Nyathi

(Picture: Jaki Seroke. Johnson Nyathi, front: second from right in blue jeans, poses with other veterans) This is an attempt to profile an outstanding fallen hero. Like many similar attempts it is too little too late. Like all other times