• My culture My Africa, vol 3.

    Practising of African traditional customs has been seen as satanic or evil practices by the western countries and they introduced their customs to ursup our own. Furnace erupted when we casted our customs into the pit deep ends, such furnace from the angry as wasp ancestors gutted and consumed to route us all. When man […]

  • My culture My Africa, vol 2.

    “There are no real men nowadays, real man would wear ibheshu (Zulu traditional attire) and sit under the shade of a tree in the yard of his homestead.” These were the words uttered by an old man I met in my area as he was lamenting about civilized men that have forgetten where they are […]

  • Gay lions in Kenya caught red handed

    Images of a romantic encounter between two male lions in Kenya’s Masai Mara has upset the country’s ‘moral police’ who has blamed gay men visiting the national park for ‘influencing’ the animals’ behaviour. Dr Ezekiel Mutua, who is responsible for TV and film censorship in Kenya, has called for the two lions in question to […]

  • Inferior rural education in South Africa

    There is a colossal gap between urban and rural areas education in South Africa. I attended primary and high school education in the rural area. These schools could not have some labs where practical experiments were conducted, everything and anything were based on a theory. Urban primary and high school scoop all the benefits of […]

  • Portugal human skeletons chapel.

    It’s the Capela dos Ossos in Evora, Portugal. The chapel is a small portion of a larger (bone-free) church complex, the Igreja de Sao Francisco. Inside, it’s lined with more than 5,000 skulls plus assorted other human bones. These bones once rested in the churchyard around Igreja de Sao Francisco, but in the 16th century, […]

  • My culture My Africa, vol 1.

    South Africa is rich with cultures in diversity I am Zulu person and I am proud of my ethnic cultural habits and customs. Being born and bred in the remote areas of Nquthu has made me to relate myself closely to Umvelinqangi through my ancestors. It is very important to know where ancestors live before […]

  • #blackmonday unfolds

    EFF, CIC Julius Malema, has lashed out on the SAPS by not using rubber bullets to disperse #Blackmonday white farmers protestors in Tshwane – South Africa. “This is nonsense that the white Afrikaners were doing here in Tshwane on Monday, we do not support such nonsense. What was even worse is that police officers are […]

  • Togolese President Faure Gnassingbe is new ECOWAS chairperson

    Togolese President Faure Gnassingbe has been named the new chairperson of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in Liberia’s capital Monrovia. He takes over the rotational role from Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf who faced a tough task in her 12-month tenure. This was announced at the 51st ECOWAS Summit of Heads of State held […]

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