Anger after amaHlubi King Langalibalele was insulted at Castle statue ceremony

AmaHlubi King Langalibalele II attends the unveiling at the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town (pic by Ian Landsberg)

A right royal row has erupted over what the Hlubi nation perceive to have been a slight delivered by Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula in a ceremony at Cape Town Castle on Friday intended to honour, among others, their own 19th century king Langalibalele. The Hlubi delegation, including sitting monarch King …

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From Botoana, Bechuana and lastly Batswana

From Botoana, Bechuana and lastly Batswana

The question of id-entity is always accompanied by a perplexing endeavor to uncover truth that oft times the answer thereto is married by “hard to swallow” evidence even for the one who embarks upon such a journey. The story regarding the origin and identity of our people throughout the planet …

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Khoisan, an academically fabricated identity

The Khoisan people of South Africa

Khoisan, an academically fabricated identity. And Khoisan, a disputed identity. Some ‘Coloureds’ claim to be representative of a supposed Khoisan people, and some dispute that. The true is that many so called Coloureds may and do have Khoe and Sassi-khoe blood, a minority still carry the uninterrupted bloodline. The other …

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Court rules on amaNdebele kingship

amaNdebele King Makhosonke II, during the 36th annual commemoration of King Silamba on March 05, 2016 in Pretoria, South Africa. King Silamba was the ruler of the Ndebele nation when they were forcefully moved to KoMjekejeke by the Boers in the late 1960s

A 32-year-long fight for the throne of the amaNdebele kingship in Mpumalanga may finally be over following a Pretoria High Court ruling that has effectively dismantled the two centres of power. The court has entrenched King Makhosonke Mabena II as the only king of amaNdebele, according to the findings of …

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White Education is not designed for Blacks Liberation

WHITE EDUCATION IS NOT DESIGNED FOR BLACKS LIBERATION!

I want you to take a long, hard look at this picture; look at it and process it… Are you done? Good, now go back again and look one last time… done? Let’s proceed! When Steve Biko said that the greatest weapon in the hands of the oppressor is the …

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