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A thoughtful collection of newspaper articles and speeches, this book offers a compelling indigenous African perspective on contemporary issues and traditional values. With a framework for an alternative view on current affairs in South Africa, this new edition includes all of the original columns plus nine additional chapters, featuring speeches made to various organisations and articles published in Business Day, The Daily Dispatch, and Natal Witness.
Published: Real African Publishers an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781920222543
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