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South Africa Must Fall, Azania Must Rise

Nkosinathi Mahala Calls For A Name Change

South Africa’s First Democratic Elections

The date of the Union of South Africa on 31 May 1910 marks the 108th anniversary of the entrenchment of colonialism on this Azanian country by white settler colonialists.

It was following the defeat of the Boers in the Anglo–Boer war or South African War (1899–1902), that the white, colonial settler oppressors decided to create the Union of South Africa as a dominion of the British Empire in terms of which they amalgamated the four previously separate British colonies: Cape ColonyNatal ColonyTransvaal Colony, and Orange River Colony 

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  1. Absolutely true son of the soil but first we must have one Pan Africanist organisation throughout the continent. We cannot survive with a fragmented Pan Africanist view, While we agree now that there are similarities in our liberatory creed, all like mindedness must show in unison. Time to stop leadership squabbles and build the PAN AFRICANIS CONGRESS OF AZANIA. Just like all who defected before, they must come back since the PAN AFRICANIST language can and should come from the PAC of AZANIA.

    1. It seems to me that Azania will rise irrespective of any prerequisite, irrespective of time RSA will fall the same as Apartheid, RSA is not possible to sustain itself with the stolen goods irrespective of what the ANC and its funders want to think! The abject poverty experience by Africans is what will rise Azania, keep the faith Africa shall be free!

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