• 19
  • Oct

ON 19 October 1977, a day known as Black Wednesday, the apartheid regime of South Africa banned the Black Consciousness (BC) ideology and its movements, exactly 37 days after brutally murdering Steve Biko on 12 September 1977.

  • 19
  • Oct

- it is about our collective aspirations

HERNRIK Ibsen, the Norwegian dramatist refers in the Master Builder to castles in the air that are easy to take refuge in. And as a basis for refuge, they are completely lacking in substance as the arguments that underpin building them in the first place. 

  • 19
  • Oct

If you are going to dye; then do it right.

  • 12
  • Oct

SINCE time immemorial, before the Nama-tribal groupings migrated from the Southern Africa into what is today known as Namibia, and even before the arrival of the Bantu-groups from North Africa and Eastern Africa to the present-day Namibia, the +Aodaman and the other Damara-tribal groupings were living in this southwestern part of Africa.

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