Serapeng Sa Basadi Indigenous Farming and Production

Serapeng Sa Basadi is a Co-Operative of women that is involve with and promotes food production by employing indigenous farming methods of inter-crop planting (companion planting). Their indigenous methods of farming are advantageous in that with inter-cropping they have no need for artificial pesticides as with the relevant know-how one…

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BUILDING A BLACK-OWNED SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY

For the black nation to achieve economic freedom, we need to look at developing and nurturing a mindset that thrives for radical economic transformation and decolonization. In order for us to compete with global currencies and economies, we would need a strong-black embedded financial structure.  How can we achieve this?…

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Black Community Business

BLACK PEOPLE SHOULD SUPPORT BLACK BUSINESS The Asians and white people support one another in their businesses. In these communities, money will circulate more or longer among themselves before it is used outside their circle. I have seen Asians turning in droves to buy vegetables, fruits and other basics from…

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