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By Lindokuhle Makapela, 6 Sep ’16 Edward Said states that the way in which the West has studied the East, Africa and the rest of the world is prejudiced and very ethnocentric (Said, 1978:10). The West uses studies of the … Continue reading
There often exists an undeclared state of war among people involved in the struggle for liberation as between those who support and those who are against the use of the name Azania as an alternative name for a liberated South … Continue reading
Recently I’ve been seeing a lot of posts from angry “land thieves” regarding decolonisation and land reform. They seem to believe that, because the Nguni tribes that now make up the majority of Azania’s population “migrated” from Central Africa into … Continue reading
The modern world is so obsessed with: being one, speaking one language, looking the same, being controlled by one state.
To truly be able to determine whether Black Consciousness is relevant today, an analysis of the way South Africa has fared under the ANC’s administration is necessary, something that is outside the scope of this article. Nevertheless, it is possible … Continue reading
Marcus Garvey, Malcom X, Steve Biko, Martin Luther King Jr. were all from the Afrikans school of thought. The perfect balance of spirit and self-reliance.
The Azanian People’s Organisation (AZAPO) is a South African political party and a former freedom movement. The organisation’s two student wings are the Azanian Students’ Movement (AZASM) for high school learners and the other being for tertiary students called the … Continue reading