Cosmology

Nahanotsebo – African Theory of Knowledge – Part II

By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015 Nahanotsebo – African Theory of Knowledge – Part I In the previous article Nahanotsebo – African Theory of Knowledge – Part I, we discussed the idea as per the historical version of the English colonizers that when they arrived in South Africa, our African ancestors did not know how to… Continue reading Nahanotsebo – African Theory of Knowledge – Part II

Cosmology

A Woman and Baby at Subway

By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015 She was halfway there Rocket train unaware Toronto like dangerous motion Baby stroller trapped between Mother also trapped between Locomotion like Trojan Every hope to abandon Instinctive grasp to assist I jumped to pull her inside Holding doors like override Hypnotized like trance Train’s jaws in severance Flanked by approaching… Continue reading A Woman and Baby at Subway

Cosmology

Kgutlotharo – Kgwedi, Sefalaboho le Tosa

By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015 Basotho babatle. Ketsena ditaba tsa baholoholo le bonkgono. Moo re thotseng teng tsebo ya kgale ya dinaledi. Hoya kgahlisa hotataiswa ke bona ka ditaba tsena tsa bonono, nalane le boqhweleqhwele ba bona. Hare bokeng ka ditaba tsena. Thokoza makhosi! Maobane keile ka sebedisa motlanyatso hotshwantshisa kgutlotharo eo leebonang setshwantshong sena… Continue reading Kgutlotharo – Kgwedi, Sefalaboho le Tosa

Cosmology

Mannuku Wa Naledi

By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015 Mannuku Wa Naledi Mannuku wa Naledi Mannuku wa Naledi A phaphatheha matsweleng ho Mannuku sefubeng Mannuku Badimung Mannuku Badimung mophaphathehi moshanyana ho Mannuku qhobosheyane Atshireletswa matsweleng Ho Mannuku sefubeng Mannuku reyao leboha Mannuku qhobosheyane Contextual Commentary When Mr. Moses Masondo kicked the boy out of his home at Orlando East… Continue reading Mannuku Wa Naledi

Cosmology

African Telegraphy and Indigenous Innovation

By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015 Abstract Technological Innovation using indigenous knowledge systems in Africa is almost non-existent in modern scientific and engineering literature. This apparent hiatus of African technological artifacts by the African inventors tends to make it appear as though the African natives had neither the interest nor the intellectual curiosity to solve unique… Continue reading African Telegraphy and Indigenous Innovation