“To carve out a place for itself in the politico-social order,” V. O. Key, Jr. wrote in Politics, Parties and Pressure Groups, “a new group may have to fight for reorientation of many of the values of the old order” (p. 57). This is especially true when that group is…

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MAG Urban African Accessories

MAG Urban African Accessories are hitting the market for the first time this summer 2016/2017.  They are a fresh and unique African product offering. Hailing from a small town of Estcourt (eMtshezi) in KwaZulu-Natal, MAG Urban African Accessories Designer, Andile Mdakane, has been drawn to ancient African Symbols since reading…

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How to Build a Black Economy (part 2)

In order to reduce our legitimate demands for freedom and independence, Black Liberation has been reduced into a need for jobs and ‘equal’ ‘opportunity’ as it relates to being integrated into European American socioeconomic institutions and cultural models. This false consciousness is perpetuated with a deliberate over and undertone that…

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Vuka Darkie

Vuka Darkie   Vuka Darkie is an African narrative about African and world issues from an African perspective. In all efforts, the emphasis is on African cultural regeneration or renaissance. Hence, always there is that striving for a unification of yester year memory with today’s activity so as to have…

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