By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2017
While I was at North West University – Mafikeng between July 1-4 as a guest speaker for the Sociological Association of South Africa, I was invited by the famous radio host of Motsweding FM (a Setswana language radio at Mafikeng) Goitsimodimo Seleka for an in-depth interview on my work as a published author of books and articles and guest speaker at universities.
Motsweding FM Radio Anchor Goitsimodimo Seleka
We covered a number of topics including my scholarly paper Decolonisation: Taxonomy, Epistemology and Technology Indirections (not to be confused with another paper Decolonisation: Taxonomy, Epistemology and Technology Underpinnings delivered at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth).
We discussed at length the role of mother-tongue language in the efficacy of education and why hasn’t the South African officialdom made a credible progress in the technical development and use of African languages in the academic domain of discourse.
We also discussed my books Sesotho Dictionary of Mathematics and The Sacred Knowledge of the Desert: African Philosophical Transcendence.
These books are available as follows:
The Sacred Knowledge of the Desert: African Philosophical Transcendence at:
The Rhema Church Bookshop, Hans Schoeman, Randburg.
The Sacred Knowledge of the Desert: African Philosophical Transcendence and Sesotho Dictionary of Mathematics at:
Madisebo University College Press
106 Johan Avenue
Without further here is the podcast of the interview: