By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015 Realtime writing is a form of writing that records events of interest from the unique perspective of the recorder as they happen. These writings are captured in a diary, journal or unsent letter. This type of writing is characterised by concurrency of event and pen. Since such a journal entry… Continue reading Historicity of Realtime Chronicles
By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015 The first question is what is the problem? Why should we care about the traditional knowledge of some village society when Western Civilization is making our life easier and more convenient? The fact is that the academic education is not and can never be a foundation. It must build on… Continue reading Is Traditional Knowledge Relevant To Our Survival?
By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015 Dimakatso Discourse – Part I To subdue adversity unfeasible To transcend misfortune unthinkable Yet to arise to be a great officer A ceiling formerly unreachable Despite sexism that prevailed Like a star with light to emit A plastic mind able to retrofit Dimakatso a desirable combatant For that rank a… Continue reading Dimakatso
By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015 The Basotho system of philosophical thinking is comprised of five constructs (1) Koma, (2) Masene, (3) Sekaseko, (4) Nahanotsebo and (5) Kanamotwa as referenced in the Sesotho Dictionary of Mathematics. In the English language these are namely (1) truth, (2) wisdom, (3) analysis, (4) knowledge, and (5) ethics. Using set… Continue reading The Five Constructs of Philosophy
By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015 Zebras drill for the voyage To cross to the other side Assembled babies must drill To ditch dry seasons that kill She teaches them To remain within view To transcend the coming surge If they obey they shall live To inherit the other side To venerate the land of the… Continue reading The Crossing To The Other Side
By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015 Nahanotsebo – African Theory of Knowledge – Part II I have always wondered about the value of knowledge. What makes you value knowledge? How far will you go to acquire knowledge? Are there certain kinds of personal reasons that would prevent you from acquiring knowledge? Do you only acquire knowledge… Continue reading Nahanotsebo – African Theory of Knowledge – Part I
By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015 To arise like a small fry Royal chromosomes semidry A resource constraints theorist A disruptive strategist! To prevail at Zululand Despite a rough patch The exile school of strategy To rephrase pages of history The great legend Mbilini A tribute to Dlamini Despite Mbilini ancestor Self-interest a new arrestor The… Continue reading The Great Legend Mbilini