• 23
  • Jun
Six years ago, I paid tribute to Gil Scott-Heron, a great African-American poet and musician who carved out a special place in my heart with his revolutionary poetry captured in songs like The Revolution Will Not Be Televised and the evergreen B-movie.
  • 23
  • Jun
Many people see Andimba Toivo ya Toivo’s life as defined by the 16 years he spent incarcerated at Robben Island.
  • 23
  • Jun
It is no wonder that those most suited and skilled to take on positions of authority and power in Namibia, don’t.
  • 09
  • Jun
No, I am not talking about African-American singer, Clarence Carter’s famous song I got caught, about him being too neighbourly with his friend’s wife! This song was a township anthem in the 1970/80s, especially after Carter’s live performance of that song in Johannesburg in 1982.
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