colonisation

 
‘There is blood in the tea’
‘There is blood in the tea’
Kibore Cheruiyot Ngasura was just a small boy when his family was violently expelled from their ancestral land by British colonisers, and banished...
Class fluidity ruled in ancient Zim 
Class fluidity ruled in ancient Zim 
A University of Cape Town professor has become the first African to be awarded one of the world’s most prestigious archaeology prizes for the...
History plus myth means dignity
History plus myth means dignity
‘I am a painter,” insists Zakes Mda. Well known for a long list of novels and plays, he says he’s really a painter — and now that he...
Africa’s identity begins at home
Africa’s identity begins at home
After all we have been through, we still don’t get to define our own continent. This holds us back
Africa is being colonised all over again
Africa is being colonised all over again
The word “recolonisation” is certainly not the most liked word in the vocabulary of the ruling elite of our continent. It only becomes useful...

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