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Zulumathabo Zulu Speech at Bakholokoe Event

By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2016 On December 17, 2016 I delivered a speech at Bakholokoe event at Drakenstein farm (Thaba Bakholokoe II) near Bethlehem in the Free State province, South Africa. The Bakholokoe people (also known as Makholokoe) converged on this farm for purposes of celebrating their heritage, narrating their history and paying tribute to… Continue reading Zulumathabo Zulu Speech at Bakholokoe Event

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Basotho Origin of Mathematics Interview

By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2016 On June 12, 2016 (Kgweding ya Phupjane) I delivered a lecture titled Basotho Origin of Mathematics at Central University of Technology in the Faculty of Humanities. The event was organized by the Head of Mathematics, Science and Technology in the Faculty of Humanities Dr. Wendy Setlalentoa along with the Head… Continue reading Basotho Origin of Mathematics Interview

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African Discourse on Africanization and Decolonization

By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2016 On Friday (November 25, 2016), I was interviewed by the great Rawena Baird of the SAFM. The interview was about my indigenous knowledge and my work with the Basotho. The interview was arranged by Themba Dlamini of SAFM and I was more than happy to share our knowledge with the… Continue reading African Discourse on Africanization and Decolonization

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Metaanalysis – A Strategic Analysis of Science

By Zulumathabo Zulu (c0 2016) The concept of metaanalysis as used in my writings is not the same as in the concept of meta-analysis that was first described By Gene Glass in 1976 as a statistical method. What he described as analysis of analyses, was in fact aggregation analysis of previous research studies based on… Continue reading Metaanalysis – A Strategic Analysis of Science

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Omothating Ofeng – At What Segment of the Graph?

By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2016 The author boasting the Basotho attire and Ndebele beads in Toronto, Canada. The Preamble In the keynote lecture Ithatike Ka Thaba – Africanize; Indigenize; Decolonize and Harmonize (presented at the University of South Africa), we underscored the unique way the Basotho philosophers conceptualize about a mountain. Instead of confining themselves… Continue reading Omothating Ofeng – At What Segment of the Graph?