Young writers’ creative workshop

One hundred and seventy-seven high school pupils from five Northern Cape districts have gathered at Flamingo Primary School in Kimberley for the third annual creative writing workshop. The five-day workshop, which started on Monday, is sponsored by the Northern Cape department of sport, arts and culture. Spokesperson for the department…

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Biography 07: More info on Credo Mutwa

Although South Africa possesses a huge, highly organized tourist industry for rent, that tourist industry, however, has not scratched the surface let alone dented it of the colossal potential as a tourist Mecca and destination that our country possesses. South Africa could attract four or five times the number of tourists that…

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Why Black Millionaires are never pro-Black

This is a scene from the 1972 Film, Trick Baby, based on a novel of the same name written by Iceberg Slim. It is one of the most pertinent movie scenes you will ever watch, explaining exactly why Black Millionaires are never Pro-Black 99.9% of the time. The character who is…

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Brands vs Plants

I didn’t that I don’t know anything about plants until I saw this picture! The few plants I know, I know them in my mother tongue but compounded by the fact that I spend a lot of time speaking in English that means my kids won’t know even those few…

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“A Dissenting View” / Dr. John Henrik Clarke response to Henry Louis Gates’ “Black Demagogues and Pseudo-Scholars”

Dr. John H. Clarke’s response to a 1992 New York Times OP-ED by Henry Louis Gates Jr. entitled “Black Demagogues and Pseudo-Scholars”: I am raising the following questions: At once, I questioned the title of Professor Gates’ article. He should never refer to anyone as a demagogue unless he’s ready…

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