AZANIA is an integral part of Afrika. Azania is the name of our country for which Black people bled and died in their thousands so that Azania would be proudly sounded in calling the land of our forebears. If anybody wanted a referendum to check the “acceptability” of the name Azania, we must remind them about the June 16 Uprisings. We must ask them to count the body bags of Azanians who died defiantly embracing the name Azania.
Manthatisi's genius came to the fore when she faced devastating defeats in 1823. The Battle of Dithakong was one such defeat. But she was able to lead her battle-fatigued people in retreat and search for a new settlement. While Azanian revolutionaries know The Great March of the Chinese people by heart, they don't know this Great March by this great Afrikan warrior Manthatisi.
“My understanding of Jazz in South Africa, why this brand, I found that it makes people look cool. It is seen to be progressive and moving with the times. Even people who know they are not playing Jazz, when they are given the term Jazz, they keep quiet.
As we commemorate AZANLA Day, we take this opportunity to remind all cadres to never see the access to this extremely limited welfare as the end of the liberation struggle. We should hasten to develop our own projects to entrench our self-reliance and safeguard our political independence.
April 6 marks the arrival of convicted fraudster, Jan van Riebeeck, and his gang who landed on our shores in 1652. The arrival of the Dutch settlers was the beginning of the conflict between the coloniser and the colonised, the oppressor and the oppressed, the land thieves and the land owners, the European settlers and the Black indigenous people. The primary source of the conflict was land.
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