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Showing posts with label leadership. Show all posts
Showing posts with label leadership. Show all posts

Race Conscious Women: Betty Shabazz

By Sicebise Msengana








Betty Shabazz is known as the wife of the African nationalist leader, Malcolm X. She was born Betty Dean Sanders on May 28, 1934 in Detroit. She studied at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama.

Race Conscious Women: Winnie Madikizela Mandela

By Sicebise Msengana









It's worthy to start with Mama Winnie Madikizela Mandela. No woman endured suffering and humiliation at the hands of the white man in modern history like Mama Mandela. She was born in Bizana, in the Transkei on 26 September 1936. Her first experience of the cruelties and injustices of racism/apartheid was when she was only 9 years.

My Xhosa Origins

By Sicebise Msengana






NdinguSinNTU, a proud descendant of the oldest people on the planet, the San - a direct ancestor of Xhosa (The Legendary founder of the Xhosa nation) and a history that spans more than 140, 000 years.

HARPEVILLE MASSACRE: Robert Sobukwe

By Sicebise Msengana






S A SCHOLAR and REVOLUTIONARY leader so POWERFUL, INTELLIGENT, ELOQUENT and CHARISMTIC that the European colonists chose to negotiate with Nelson Mandela over him. The mastermind behind the 21 March 1960 march.

SHARPEVILLE MASSACRE

By Sicebise Msengana






21 March 2018, the 57th anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre, what can be learned on this day? UNITY!

Can Subsistence Agriculture Feed Africa?

By Sicebise Msengana










CAN SUBSISTENCE AGRICULTURE FEED AFRICA? I spent a week in Tsolo, South Africa, learning about types of farming methods.

Quotes About Revolutionary War From Mao Tse Tung

By Sicebise Msengana






I'm not a peace keeper. I'm a peace maker. The African revolution is the only possible way to prevent Africans and restore peace and stability in the African region.

African Manhood Part III: Xhosa Men

By Sicebise Msengana










Sacrifice is part of Afrikan manhood. We sacrifice ourselves for those we love.  Afrikan men practice love to Afrikan women by supporting Black families and providing leadership.

Become Happy Like Gods

By Sicebise Msengana










"Being godless is simply a great thing. We do not have to enslave ourselves with the nonsense beliefs and magical rituals of religions.  We know everything is over with this life. 

Women Especially African Women Would Very Dumb To Follow Islam

By Sicebise Msengana

The joke is women who are still dumb enough to follow this male chauvinist murder cult that OPPRESSES, DEGRADES, RAPES and KILL innocent women around the world, especially in the Middle East.

White Scams Part I: Racist White Women Be Like

By Sicebise Msengana                                                            


I've always believed in a ''race-less society,'' even my earlier posts on this matter reveal this fact. But my gut has always bothered me lately that I decided to check the claims made by various African scholars in Africa and America. And I was a bit shocked by what I saw and read.

As I read more and more on these topics, it dawned on me that the system works in different to deceive, control and co-opt its constituencies.

The Final Wake Up Call: Africans, You are on Your Own pt3

By Sicebise Msengana











As Dr. Amos Wilson once mentioned ‘The ruling of our people world over has to be bought with FALSE INDIVIDUALISM AND SEPARATING us from our African identity as people.’ That’s the process. First, separation of Africans from their African identity and giving
them false identities.

Weekend Inspiration

By Sicebise Msengana










1. Life is like a camera. Just focus on what’s important, capture the good times, develop from the negatives, and if things don’t turn out – take another shot. — Unknown

Types of African women

By Sicebise Msengana











AFRICAN PEOPLE’S LIBERATION ARMY: This army is powerful because all its women want to DESTROY the enemy’s strength and win social and REVOLUTIONARY POLITICAL POWER for the African people.

4 Leadership Styles: He who serves, leads

By Sicebise Msengana












A great nation’s direction and its success is determined by its leadership. A leadership’s vision will determine whether a corporation wins or loses. When the leadership has no vision or goal to press forward, you will note that followers suffer immensely and headed for annihilation.

A 4 Step Guide to Africa: Africans according to Whites and Asians

By Sicebise Msengana











#1 RACIAL THEORY: “We hate Africans because they are an inferior race."

“Whether we like it or not, Africans are lazy, stupid and inherently violent animals destined for perpetual slavery... .”—said white supremacists and Asian racists.

How to Start a Religion in 12 Easy Ways

By Sicebise Msengana








Are you constantly stressed out and broke as an African? Do you want to enjoy life and take full advantage of opportunities? Do you wish to have an intimate relationship with your loved ones or spouse or partner?
In fact, it’s simple, and any African can do it. I have an idea of starting a religio-political cult. You can follow along at home.

African Manhood pt2

By Sicebise Msengana











African manhood: The family unit is ESSENTIAL to the black man’s DIGNITY. African men rarely talk about 'women’s weaves' and this and that, what dresses 'SHOULD Black women wear' and this and that etc.

Instead, we look at it as a way for black women to SURVIVE in a white supremacist society that is hostile to all black people—including those black folks who wear locks or wear their hair in its natural form.

Rejection: It's Only a Minority

By Sicebise Msengana






Do you get that feeling like the whole world has abandoned you and you're all alone? How does it feel?

This excerpt is from my upcoming book that will be published  next year, titled How to Love Again 

Nonviolence is Dangerous

By Sicebise Msengana









Behold the sacred kings of nonviolence: Let’s from our ancestors’ mistakes. Dr. King is still my hero. Martin Luther King Jr.’s misguided rhetoric to the African American community and America in general as described by Mumia Abu-Jamal ‘Dr. King’s message of Christian forbearance and turn-the-other cheek doctrine was calming to the white psyche. To Americans bred for comfort, Dr. King was,  above all, safe.’