No sacred cows in Divided Kingdom Republic

 

 THERE are no sacred cows on Afro-centric artistes Divided Kingdom Republic’s new effort, the double album Kudakwashe/Munyaradzi. The Zimbabwean-born rappers, pioneers of hip hop in their homeland deliver a scathing no-holds barred full frontal attack on just about all forces propagating strife on the continent: from sycophant Western powers, the …

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The lady’s not for burning

 

  Mail & Guardian reviewers examine meaning and myth in Mmatshilo Motsei’s The Kanga and the Kangaroo Court wen Ansell About 55 000 rapes were reported in South Africa in 2005/06, along with close to 10 000 indecent assaults. Many of the latter may also have been rapes: of men, …

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Genetically Modified Crops in South Africa

 

  Dr. Moira Gunn talks to the chief of a rural South African village, Chief Advocate Mdutshane, and a South African government scientist, Dr. Makhosandile Rebe, about genetically modified crops in South Africa. And on Bio-Issue of the Week, science journalist David Ewing Duncan reviews former President Clinton’s keynote speech. …

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Interview with Chika Onyeani author of Capitalist Nigger

 

 I do not know if Credo Mutwa knows about this particular book because his health has been deteriorating since 2005 when Capitalist Nigger was first published. Whether he agrees with the views expressed in the book Capitalist Nigger I publish this interview so that you can make up your own …

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Audio Message from Credo Mutwa

 

 Reposted from y Dean Liprini’s blog Urgent Message from Credo Mutwa I was asked last week by Baba Credo to record a message for “the People” – All spiritual truth seekers This 45min. message relays some of Credo’s deep concerns for the year and years ahead. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO …

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