Crippling poverty knows no patriotism as ordinary South Africans seem to be showing!

Kae Matundu-Tjiparuro Since last weekend with the incarceration of former South African President, Jacob Zuma (JZ), to begin a 15-month jail sentence for contempt of court, South Africa has literally been under siege. The state of siege in some provinces, notably Gauteng and Kwazulu-Natal, has been linked by default or by deliberate ideological malice and twist to the incarceration of JZ. Conspiracy theories have been coming fast and thick, some gaining traction in implicating some South African citizens as agent provocateurs, among them the son of JZ, Duduzane Zuma, for instigating the unrests for own political agenda. A regime change…
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Time for an ideological paradigm shift

Yours Truly Ideologically - Seventh Installment: Kae Matundu-Tjiparuro In a post-colonial Namibia, a cluster of the various socio-economic classes, which drove and spearheaded the liberation war, dating back to the war against German colonialism and imperialism, and ultimately against South African occupation, have been the ones in charge, politically. Of course with the help of the invisible hand of the former colonisers, this time in the form of corporate businesses, especially transnational corporations. While the local political elite has been seemingly in charge, actually since they are not in control of the economy, their being in charge is only nominal…
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