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The South African Ghetto

13 mins 1 mth

Tribute Birdie Mboweni: Artistry as an Instrument of Societal-Cultural Elevation

0 6 mins 6 yrs

She carries the mic as a spear that pierces through trivial non-committed discourse material. Her music is laced with lyrical content armed with cultural value notions associated with aspects of our nature that supports our humanity. Tribute Birdie Mboweni is an on and off the […]

art entertainment
3 6 mins 6 yrs

THE NECESSSITY TO CHALLENGE CERTAIN CULTURES IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY [Heavy drinking, Stokvels and many more…]

It is human nature to take lessons from the previous generation and use their strategies as a way of life. This has been noted within the black society mainly because we have been oppressed as the nation for centuries now. Within the political context, the […]

introspection opinion politics
0 35 mins 6 yrs

No Humans involved: An Indigenous hermeneutical critique of white supremacy

“We have encountered a race of red ants” (Kunene p 211) “He reported to the Assembly: my lord the country is infested with bad bugs” (Kunene p 207) “Africans believe in the inherent goodness of man” (Biko) “I give you these elephant tusks. They are […]

history introspection politics
0 11 mins 6 yrs

Recalling African Healing and the use of uMuti

The colonisation of Africa and the subsequent apartheid regime that is entrenched in our south African history is partly to blame for the lack of knowledge around African healing, traditions and practices. In 2017, we are still faced with the misconception of what ‘muti’ is […]

economics introspection science wellness
0 7 mins 6 yrs

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 […]

economics science wellness