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Happy Independence Day Mozambique!

Today Mozambique celebrates its 42nd day of independence from Portugal. Freedom is an elusive concept, it has no destination as it lends itself to being a continuous journey. By the words of Samora ‘the struggle continues against tribalism, ignorance, illiteracy,

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Letter from occupied Azania to Africa

In all our conversations with our continental friends, my understanding is that there is a general failure to grasp the complexity and uniqueness of South Africa’s history. The “obsession” between black and white as they tend to call it, is

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“You Have A Right To……Only If You Can Afford It”

   Image source: By The Good Elephant Prior to our president exercising his constitutional right to fire and appoint ministers, South Afrca celebrated Human Rights day on the 21st of Mrach. It is because of that day that I

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Posted in community, empowerment, human rights, Politics, Racism, Uncategorized, WhiteSupremacy

2017 the year of Pan Afrikanism

By The Good Elephant  An awakening is currently under way within the black populace. We have reached a point whereby through the Virtual connectivity allotted to us by the power of the internet, especially social media, the black mass is

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Hear us. See us. I am an African Woman

By: Nomkhuma Woman’s Month notable national commemorations towards woman subsided with the month of August. Sadly so have the loud cries of women that seem to fall on deaf ears. Maybe 16 Days of activism is a start in bringing

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Women Of Marikana: A Public Discourse

#REMEMBERMARIKANA On the 16th of August 2012, the community of Marikana was brought to the spotlight of national & international attention, when protesting miners were shot down by police. The nation grieved with the community and followed the events of

Posted in BlackEducation, charity, community, empowerment, Uncategorized, women

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