Background: What differentiates the music of Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill ’em All Gang, Danny Brown, The Brother Moves On, Jedi Mind Tricks, Babes Wodumo, Lira, Nduduzo Makhathini, Black Coffee, Poor Righteous Teachers, Beyonce or Bokani Dyer ? Besides the varying levels of musicality, attention to detail or lack thereof and the labels that areContinue reading “what music is and is not”
Are you a member of a book club? If you haven’t found the right book club or you haven’t had time to seek one out where ever you are in the world, I introduce to you a super rich and engaging DIGITAL book club, in the form of a podcast – The Sankofa Book Club. […]Continue reading “Reading”
It has been a long time since I have witnessed a contemporary dance piece that moved me so much. Just a few weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to witness the collective multi-disciplinary installation of the Iqhiya Artists, a collective of women who met as students in Cape Town and subsequently formed a movement ofContinue reading “The Language of Dance”
We will be showing this film very soon in Durban. We hope that many of you come and view and discuss the issues it raises.
Originally posted on Zulumathabo on the Internet 2.0:
I have just uploaded an abstract based on my scholarly paper Decolonisation: Taxonomy, Epistemology and Technology Indirections. The paper was a keynote address lecture at the Sociological Association of South Africa at the North West University – Mafikeng. The paper tackles the difficult question of the African knowledge…
Decolonisation: Taxonomy, Epistemology and Technology Indirections By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2017 Abstract The current official curriculum of South Africa has no relevance to the African experience in the various knowledge domains like mathematics, science, philosophy and methods of knowledge. Thislack of curriculum relevance to the African phenomenon suggests some epistemic, paradigmatic and methodological gaps withContinue reading “Whither The Afrikan Renaissance?”
Word, Sound and Power
Sound Escapades from the indomitable Pan African Space Station.