The African South African, who are still unable to tell their suffering to the world, are a beloved peoples who are being blamed for being colonized, enslaved and their humanity squashed and crushed
Chief Wangombe was the son of a Kikuyu man and a Maasai woman. He was born in Tetu, at Kamakwa near present day Nyeri Town. His father and therefore the whole family belonged to the Ambui clan, of Thiukui Mbari.
Africans are still the underdogs in the 21st century. The destruction of their culture, history and communities along with their custom, traditions language tantamount to decapitating a man's head..
Wangu wa Makeri was the first Kikuyu female leader in living memory. This post will bring fresh insight in the life of Wangu wa Makeri, the first ever woman Chief in Colonial Kenya. A grand child of the legendary leader agreed to a candid interview.
Impossible as it may first sound, the Ankh in the name Tutankhamen has survived in languages spoken today. One of these languages is English. The other languages are in Africa. Maybe by probing further, we may find more languages with vestiges of the ‘Ankh.’
The movement to unify the four colonies in South Africa proceeded almost as though blacks had no interest in the outcome. The myth of the "white man's country" was given concrete form in the Union of South Africa in 1910, with dire historical consequences.
In an awesome life of role-playing Dr James Barry managed to keep his real identity, Margaret Bulkley, a secret until his (her?) death. For more than 50 years Barry duped the military and medical authorities of Britain, first in getting medical training and a medical qualification, and then joining...
In Ancient times, Africans were called the Ethiopians; in medieval times most africans were called Moors; Moors brought culture and learning to Europe. They civilized and gave Europe all modernity.
The last armed rebellion by blacks against the encroaching colonists in Southern Africa was put down with great cruelty by the colonial militia, leaving bitterness and a mutual lack of understanding.
This article is about the desert concentration camp known as Tazmamart—once located in south-eastern Morocco. It showcases the living conditions the prisoners were forced to endure for eighteen years.