Cosmology · Pulamadibokgo

Mutwa Passing and Sacred Texts

Mutwa Passing and Sacred Texts Mocholoko (Dr), Zulumathabo Zulu © 2020 On Wednesday morning March 25, 2020, I spoke to the Mutwa family and they confirmed that the unbought and the unsold architect of destiny and the formidable legend of Azania (South Africa), Isanusi Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa had passed on. May his beautiful ancestral spirit… Continue reading Mutwa Passing and Sacred Texts


Metaphysics of the Melanin of Thari

Metaphysics of the Melanin of Thari Mocholoko (Dr), Zulumathabo Zulu © 2020 The Preamble The Structure of the Economy The structure of the economy of the beautiful land of Azania (South Africa) is built upon seven pillars namely (1) land; (2) occean; (3) people; (4) animals; (5) technology; (6) services and (7) industry. Although ranked… Continue reading Metaphysics of the Melanin of Thari

Emancipation · Pulamadibokgo

To Defend The Culture’s Vault

If you like the high quality content of these pages please consider supporting me and my research expeditions by making a donation through Afrodata Solutions via Paypal. You can also support me by buying my books on Amazon published by Madisebo University College Press. Siyabonga ka khulu (Zulu for we are the grateful ones!).  The… Continue reading To Defend The Culture’s Vault


Hitherto, Melanophobia

By Mocholoko (Dr), Zulumathabo Zulu © 2019 agoraphobia, unable to dismiss, the threat that is amiss. Hitherto, melanophobia Hereafter, leukomania The Blackness, low-key The Whiteness, high-key The Blackness like arrested the free space, not diligent, to exchange the exigent. Embraced Blackness, like delayed Unshackled Blackness, betrayed Neural crest melanin, like gated By a recessive gene,… Continue reading Hitherto, Melanophobia


Indigenous Inventions Protection

Indigenous Inventions Protection Mocholoko (Dr), Zulumathabo Zulu © 2019 You are an indigenous farmer who has innovated a new way that increases the yield of your plant outputs like cannabis or some medicine plant. You may have produced a new strain that boasts higher levels of CBD (cannabidiol) or phytochemicals like phenolics and flavanoids than… Continue reading Indigenous Inventions Protection


Indigenous Research Methods and Cannabis

Indigenous Research Methods and Cannabis By Mocholoko (Dr), Zulumathabo Zulu © 2019 Scientific literature is dominated by Western methods of research encoded as “the scientific method”. The indigenous African research methods are notably absent as if the African natives are devoid of the methodological conceptualisation of knowledge. In this scholarly paper, we describe the indigenous… Continue reading Indigenous Research Methods and Cannabis