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Bhiyoza Publishers

7 mins 3 yrs

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How to Build Africa

5 mins 3 yrs

Bhiyoza Publishers

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1 7 mins 3 yrs

Bhiyoza Publishers

The discourse on language preference is an on-going one and is particularly widespread in this month tied with the events of 1976 – not that at other times the issue of language is completely neglected. Bhiyoza Publishers takes the challenge to make indigenous languages a […]

philosophy politics

An Isis Paper on white settler-colonialism: Finding the keys to the colours in and of South Africa

1 18 mins 3 yrs

  By Masilo Lepuru   “Power is the ability to define reality and to impose it on other people as if it is their own definition” (Wade Nobles) Systems of domination are based on ideas. This is because power “begins at the level of formulation […]

history politics
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The State of African Affairs

By Nancy Monnya   if you forced your way into my house, forced me and my children to speak your language, pray to your god and fear you like you were some god, work me like a slave and tell me I am the sporne […]

introspection politics
1 7 mins 3 yrs

Bhiyoza Publishers

The discourse on language preference is an on-going one and is particularly widespread in this month tied with the events of 1976 – not that at other times the issue of language is completely neglected. Bhiyoza Publishers takes the challenge to make indigenous languages a […]

philosophy politics
0 5 mins 3 yrs

How to Build Africa

By Nancy Monnya Inspired by Binyavanga Wainaina, the Kenyan writer who passed on recently Remembering one of his most powerful pieces “How to Write About Africa” – A satire about Africa How to Write About Africa     Because you are so tired of the […]

opinion politics
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Unfashionable reflections on the coming of the Europeans: An Azanian Critique of white settler colonialism

“Through a vision I saw nations emerging from the ocean. Once as the sea lay calm, throwing off only trembling waves. A strange race emerged from the ocean… He reported to the Assembly: O my lord, the country is infested with bad bugs. We have […]

history politics