For some people a great time means having a party, then for others it is just being themselves and watching the latest movie or reading a book that they like. They are worse, the ANC, because it is people like us: Africans. I have written a length about this motley crew of cabals that dominate the ANC, and the ‘Corruption Debate’?! above, is more like watching the ANC spokesman’s mealy mouthing his way out of the shenanigans of the ANC, lying, obfuscating, distorting and seamlessly trying to present the ANC as a viable Government Other Tape on Apartheid, is covering Apartheid from the 1950s just to get a flavor of what do we means by Apartheid. “Regardless of our understanding of the diverse ways in which European system of education typically failed African people, Africans continue to be dependent on the European approach; an approach that carries no high expectations of us. In fact, the european system is based largely on assumptions that we lack the intellectual and cultural capacity for high levels of achievement. Actually, Western education for the masses carries no high values and aims for anyone. European, African or others; not even excellence in basic skills. We are not worse-off than other Africans in Africa or the Diaspora. It is important to all of us in these geographic regions write to and for each other, our stories, experiences, realities, and compare notes. We are the same, and that is it. What we see today in Mzantsi, is nothing new, but has been an ongoing thing from let’s say, the 1930s. We, as an oppressed people, needed something that told and showed us that we are better than backward or very tribal and backward. Just because Whites are racist that does not give me the go ahead to be like them. I will not be like Whites nor all the Africans who behave like White(Whether Uncle Toms of African demagogic ideologues). My philosophy and belief and culture is centered around and embedded within the concept of “Ubuntu” (Which I interpreted as the act of being and seeing others as Human beings. I am instructed by Sobukwe’s belief that we all belong to the Human race(although there are those who live contrary to this mantra). Sexism has naturally had a part to play in the script of Nicole’s life. For someone who was integral to the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, encouraging Hollywood to wear black to the Golden Globes in 2018 in a protest against its inequalities and abuses, I wonder: from that moment when she zipped up that black Givenchy dress, how far do she think we have come? Oh, my gosh,â€ Nicole exhales. I think it’s still work in progress, but I’ve worked with some of the greatest. When you watch Meryl Streep ‘s career – she’s become a very good friend of mine – and what she’s managed to doâ€¦ I really use her as a beacon as she’s always saying there’s still so much work to be done. And there is.
In citing this piece by Chancellor Williams, I am also saying that this applied in many ways to the culture of African South Africans, as I have demonstrated in the Hub prior to this one “South African Culture, Customs and Practices Writ Large: Re-Morphed Cultural Renaissance against Dysfuncritional Existence”, by talking extensively about the Basotho, Swazis, Xhosas, Zulus, Pedis and Vendas in regards to their cultures, customs, traditions and practices, that, they are one, and bear a lot in common that if looked at in that way, form a nation with a cultural, customary, traditional mosaic in a myriad and diverse setting, but common and the same in its manifestations, and embedded within the African Society core and psyche. So that, as we use this media which collates our information and sells it to the highest bidders to do as they please with our profiles, we cannot then allow ourselves to curtail our meagre freedoms to achieve narrow ends. The problem Facebook spooks had against me was that I was posting original articles written on and about African history from an African perspective. This did not endear me to the Facebook police and the very people I was writing the history for. Most jeans come in distressed styles and various cuts. From everything from bell bottoms for the ladies, which includes a variety of different shades and styles. You can purchase a distressed style, as well as plain denim. You can match jeans to just about any style or look, that’s the main reason that jeans have already become so popular. Most men or women like to wear collared going out shirts with tight jeans, although some like to match it with a tight shirt as well. Once you hit that proper style you’ll be rocking in no time. Do keep in mind though that skinny and jeans really look best for those that have a good body and work out. You’d have better luck hitting the millionaire then fitting into slim jeans, also it will really really stupid. I recently read a newspaper reportage in the Press that about 43% of African South African do not know anything about their Bill of Rights in their country. I have gone around and asked people at random what do they know about Their Bill Of Rights enshrined into their Constitution. Nearly all of the respondents to my unscientific (sic) probing, did not have a clue what I am talking about. Many of us are Afraid when they look at the mirror and see what’s starring them back. A lot of us use the examples of Black children ‘liking’ White Dolls rather than Black ones, but we have never examined ourselves as grown-ups how we still carry on the ‘liking’ of Imperial Cultural values, languages, behaviors, mannerism, and these same people, push back, very hard, on many of the posts I post here on my Timeline, and throughout FB-in many ways.
1. Alcohols – Alcohol dries out your skin and can lead to infection or irritation. It can also make your skin look older and strips away natural protection on the surface. Steer clear of products that contain alcohol. We have the same situation here in South Africa. The real leaders were taken care off long before we came to this fictitious self-rule. We have quislings and turn-coats running the government lining-up their pockets with stolen loot. There is no excuse and or anything that they can justify what is happening in the country right now. The, the ANC-are perfect servants for imperial and local interest of their former detractors, and new bosses. These and Aparheid colonization and rule cannot be separated nor not talked about. Both are detrimental to the well-being and development of the Africans of south Africa, and for South Africa as a whole. Children and especially teenagers may learn new languages or variations to a language based on friendships or social groups they are part of. This can be met with mixed reactions. If it is another language they are learning then other people who’s mother tongue it is may find it offensive or even suspicious that someone would want to learn what they see as ‘their’ language. The language is seen as part of their roots and cultural identity and therefore someone outside that culture speaking it maybe felt as an unwelcome intrusion, particularly when they may already be feeling cut off from their roots by living in another country. In racially mixed areas of South London, England some white teenagers who socialise with or have friends who are Afro-Caribbean have learnt to speak Caribbean based Creole or Patois. White teens may see this as an important part of the friendships and may feel it helps to make them feel more accepted by their Afro-Caribbean peers and also show that they accept them despite the racial differences and racism that maybe present from others. Socrates who wrote nothing, and Plato, employed the oral form of the dialogue, a dramatized sequence of questions and answers, to convey his ideas in written form. So that, language is an important component and a highway towards learning more and anchoring African South African history in World historical context. “These productions electrified the cultural atmosphere of Africans in Johannesburg and other outlying regions within South Africa. This had an effect of permanently influencing local speech, dress, and stage shows. Impressed by these films, Zuluboy Cele hired Emily Koenane as the first female vocalist to front a major African orchestra, The Jazz Maniacs.
Kapha skin is more prone to clogging and needs more cleansing than other skin types. Be careful to avoid greasy, clogging creams. Likewise, avoid heavy, hard to digest foods like fried foods, fatty meats, cheeses and rich desserts. Eat more light, easy to digest, astringent, bitter and pungent (well-spiced) foods as they balance kapha. Olive oil is the best cooking oil and a little ginger and lime juice can be taken before meals to increase your characteristically sluggish digestive fire. Take warm baths often and use gentle cleansers to open the skin pores. Avoid getting constipated and try to get some exercise every day to increase circulation and help purify the skin through the sweating process. Although everyone in Wales speaks English, over half a million people speak Welsh. Cymraeg, the welsh word for the language is one of Europe’s oldest living languages. Various Acts provide that the Welsh and English languages should be treated equally. Road signs are written in both languages and it is compulsory for all school pupils up to age 16 to study Welsh. Really a very interesting article on the history and culture of the Brazil. Amezing. This also gives us an idea how and why the 10 languages of South africa have morphed to what they are today(Zulu, Sotho, Xhosa, etc., as I am talking above about how Kasi slang is changing and this is affected by regions and the usage is tailored to meanings that are related to that region, although the word may be the same-the meaning and usage differs-sometimes it remains the same. Indigenous languages are still spoken throughout South Africa, but there needs to be an awareness brought along to the African people that the maintenance of their original languages is akin to retaining one’s history-through their languages. They should also begin to understand the nature and role of Kasi Slang to the mixing and fusing of all their languages and how this can be done with their mother tongues, that is making them one language of Africans in South Africa. Facial skin products come with all sorts of claims as to why you should buy them. Here is where you must make a wise choice. Some skin creams and lotions have chemicals that can irritate your skin type. As always, try to find those that are manufactured organically to be on the safe side. Linguistic Affiliation. French and English are the official languages. The approximately two hundred fifty local languages include Ewondo and Bulu, Duala, the BamilÃ©kÃ© languages, and Fulfulde. Among the less educated, the Wes Cos dialect of Pidgin English functions as a lingua franca in the English-speaking area and in many neighborhoods in Douala. Both French and English are taught in school, but only those with a secondary education are fluent in both. Most people speak at least one local language and one official language, and many people are multilingual.