Julius Malema is the biggest threat in South Africa. The reason why he advocates for foreigners because one of his close friend who happened to be a former SG of the EFF is a Nigerian. EFF put a Nigerian member in Parliament. many SAns were in exile in African countries, incl Nigeria, during apartheid yrs.
Mzwane Manyi has just brought something else to the table that many people have never been aware of. In most cases it is just overlooked and all thanks to saying we are using the universal language. 1976 is hailed as one of the most historical days in the history of South Africa as the youth of this country said enough is enough.
Nomkhitha Virginia Mashinini (May 9, 1935 - September 25, 2008) was a South African apartheid detainee, the mother of political figure Tsietsi Mashinini, and a community worker. Nomkhitha Virginia Mashinini Born Nomkhita Virginia Boto 9 May 1935 Bengu village, Eastern Cape Died September 25, 2008
Who assassinated Tsietsi Mashinini? (this report was first published in 2016, it's accurate save for one detail, I didn't talk directly to Stokely but was in the house when he called). ..................................... "He was a passionate reader“, noted Abram Onkgopotse Tiro, an anti-apartheid political firebrand who schooled Tsietsi Mashinini as his teacher at Morris Isaacson High.
The hijackers of black power will never tell the whole story but glorify their own, long live the spirit of Tsietsi Mashinini, long live Even the Sharpville has been stolen by ANC and called Human Rights Day, because they know that if it remains called Sharpville Day or Dompass Defiance Day, Sobukwe will be credited and ANC will get nothing.
South Africa’s Real Youthful Hero and Messiah deserves a national holiday on his birthday. In his own words Tsietsi Mashinini, the teen Prophet of June 16th 1976, who led us to the promised land after 350 years in apartheid colonial bondage. As a student at my Alma mater of the iconic Morris Isaacson High School on the cold Winter morning of June 16th 1976, he led the nascent student movement’s Soweto Students Representative Council (the SSRC) effectively and efficiently.
His name is Tsietsi Mashinini the leader of the the 1976 uprising and a member of Steve Biko's Black Consciousness Movement. The Soweto uprisings were organized and led by the Black Consciousness Movement and at the head of that movement is Tsietsi, he went to exile and did NOT join the ANC or the PAC because he was BCM.
We can forgive but never forget. Comrade Tsietsi Mashinini and Mvuyo, Mbuyiseni Makhubu leaders of 1976 Soweto uprising disappeared without a tracy at University of Ibidan-Nigeria. History is important good people but if there is no happy endings we are left with questions. It doesn't change or matter but (igazi lomuntu liyakhuluma) till get closure.
Tsietsi Mashinini was born on 27 January 1957 in Central Western Jabavu, Soweto. Mashinini was the second son of Ramothibi, a lay preacher in the Methodist Church, and Nomkhitha Mashinini, and was one of 13 children (11 boys and twin girls). He was active in his local Methodist parish and chairperson of the Methodist Wesley Youth Guild at the age of 16. His education started at the Amajeli crèche in 1963. He went on to Seoding Lower Primary, after which he proceeded to Itshepeng Higher Primary. In 1971 he
Some black people will stop at nothing when trying to destroy another black person. They are tired of shouting VBS now, because they have always known that the EFF has nothing to do with VBS and as people get arrested, nothing points to the EFF, they are not even asking that white women called Pauli van Wyk why she lied to the world about the EFF and VBS They are tired of saying LV and Gucci now because they have no single picture of LV and Gucci in the EFF, and let alone the fact that EFF leaders have the right
Julius Malema poses the greatest danger in South Africa at this time. One of his closest friends, a Nigerian who also happened to be a former general secretary of the EFF, is the reason why he supports immigration from other countries. The EFF was successful in getting a Nigerian elected to Parliament.
June 16, 1976 was known as Black Power day for long time. The ANC removed Tsietsi Mashinini as the leader of the revolt from our minds because Tsietsi was not and never joined the ANC even in exile. Tsietsi knew the ANC was not interested in fighting for liberation.
A betrayal and a loss to Azanian people is called a road to democracy in the neo colonial South Africa. 1974 - Death of Onkgopotse Tiro 1977 - Death of Steve Biko 1978 - Death of Robert Sobukwe 1979 - Death of David Sibeko 1979 - Death of Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu 1985 - Death of John Nyathi Pokela 1990 - Death of Jafta Masemola 1990 - Death of Zephianiah Mothopeng 1990 - Death of Tsietsi Mashinini 1993 - Death of Chris Hani 1993 - Death of AP Solomzi Mda 1994 - Death of Sabelo Phama Onkgopotse Tiro It
JOHANNESBURG - The City of Johannesburg Council Speaker Nonceba Molwele said the late 1976 understudy pioneer Sechaba Dan Montsitsi was a torchbearer in the general public and a dauntless person who represented reality. Molwele was talking at the memorial service of the late battle symbol in Soweto prior on Wednesday.
“Boom, bang, ka-boom!” As a peaceful protest is met with gunshot sounds and the crowd’s cries echo through the air of Soweto. It is June 16, 1976 , the first day of the Soweto Uprising. Inspired by the Black Consciousness Movement, Tsietsi Mashinini led tens of thousands of high school students who marched out of school, defying the apartheid government mandate that they study in Afrikaans.
We can excuse however always remember. Confidant Tsietsi Mashinini and Mvuyo, Mbuyiseni Makhubu heads of 1976 Soweto uprising vanished without a tracy at University of Ibidan-Nigeria. History is significant acceptable individuals however in the event that there is no glad endings we are left with questions. It doesn't change or matter however (igazi lomuntu liyakhuluma) till finally accept reality.
The leader of the Soweto Students' Representative Council, which led the 1976 student revolt in Soweto, has died. At the age of 67, Daniel Montsitsi died of Covid-19 problems, according to reports. Joe Phaahla, the Minister of Health, stated this during a press conference held by his department on Friday morning.
Statement of the #JoziToStellenbosch Movement on the 23rd Day of the Trek 08 July 2020 It has been almost a month since we began the journey from Avalon Cemetery, Soweto, the resting place of Tsietsi Mashinini, Lily Mthi and Kgotso Seatlholo on the 16th of June 2020, towards the economic and cultural epicenter of Afrikaner Nationalism, Racism and White Supremacist power to engage our lifeless bodies in a literal confrontation and interruption of white existence in occupied Azania. Over the past 23
Forum 4 Service Delivery Youth (F4SDY) rejects the commemoration of Youth Day. F4SDY said This day has been reduced to nothing other than political sloganeering and empty rhetoric by those benefitting from the system and The intended beneficiaries are left out by pensioners masquerading as parliamentarians and claiming to represent the youth. “We cannot claim to be in a democracy whereas out of 37 national departments none represent the youth. South Africa has no Ministry of Youth. The Youth of this coun
As we celebrate the youth day today the youth today are facing a different struggle as opposed to the youth of the yesteryears, The Tsietsi Mashinini led youth of Soweto in 1976 was very much focused on the Apartheid and fight against the Afrikaans being the means of the instruction in schools or educational facilities in toto. BUT the youth today are very much prevailing in an atmosphere intoxicated by violent crime, especially against the women and children or femicide, the rising figures of unemployment