Politics

The Revolutionary Legacy of Amilcar Cabral

Setting: a one-story house, painted white, stands alone at the center of a wide courtyard; a huge mango tree grows…

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The ANCYL Must Not Be The Lethal Injection That Kills The ANC

We are fortunate that we have lived at a time and seen with our very own eyes how the politics…

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How Expropriation Of Land Without Compensation Will Work – Cyril Ramaphosa

It is nearly 25 years since SA became a democracy, yet the promise of that historic achievement has not yet…

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ISABEL DOS SANTOS: THE FALL OF AFRICA’S RICHEST WOMAN

Just think for a minute. In a two-year span, a father gave his daughter, among several contracts, four that were…

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“The Freedom Charter Is Not A Revolutionary Document, It Is Not An Anti-colonialist Document, And It Is A Useless Document”

A REJOINDER TO THE FREEDOM CHARTER IS NOT A DOCUMENT OF THE COMMUNISTS BUT THE CONGRESS OF THE PEOPLE The…

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A Rejoinder To Dr Mahlatsi’s Forms And Methods Of Struggle For Liberation

Dr Lehlohonolo Kennedy Mahlatsi’s response to my submission, “Black Consciousness and the Quest for a true Humanity and American Policy…

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The Freedom Charter Is NOT A Document Of Communists But The Congress Of The People

This article is Part 11 of the “Forms And Methods Of The Struggle For Liberation: Critique To The Ideological Trend…

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We Remember Tsietsi Mashinini – Murdered on 5 July 1990

On 5 July 1990, Teboho “Tsietsi” Mashinini died under strange circumstances in Conakry, Guinea. Mashinini was hospitalised with multiple injuries, apparently sustained…

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Remembering, Learning and Loving What Pan-African Activist Walter Rodney Did for Black People

Walter Anthony Rodney was an intellectual, a teacher, and an activist during the 1960s and 1970s; his life and work hold…

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We Remember Marcus Garvey, “The Negro Moses” – Died June 10, 1940

Garvey’s Death: Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The New York Public Library.…

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