Stop breaking the Black!

By Andile Mngxitama They have started with breaking down the singularity of blackness. I have seen posts about LGBTI Lives Matter, Women’s Lives Matter, and Coloured Lives Matter. I’ve seen attempts to shift the burden of responsibility to fellow blacks with insertions of black on black transgressions. I’ve also heard bizarre things like Black Lives …

BIKO or MARX? Yes Please

“We in Afrika are not capitalists nor are we Marxists. We are neither Fabian socialists nor Peoples’ Democrat. We are essentially Pan Africanists, ideologically immune and very rich in heritage. We do not need foreign doctrines and government systems to boost up our personality” – The Afrikanist, 1965.

Dudu Myeni lynched like Winnie Mandela

Former South African Airways (SAA) board chairperson, Ms Dudu Myeni By Andile Mngxitama The people who were “multiplying” Winnie Mandela with beautiful doeks, seem not to see that another strong black woman is under attack from the same people who sought to destroy our icon Winnie. The open lynching of Dudu Myeni by white racists …