Sembene :Through The Griot’s Eyes

  Earlier this evening of 10 June/Nhlangulana 2017, I managed to gather a dozen friends -and yes, I had invited the whole community to the screening of a film on Ousmane Sembene, which is being shown around the Afrikan continent as well as selected cities globally; but very few people attended. Yet somehow I doContinue reading “Sembene :Through The Griot’s Eyes”

Sembene Across Africa

  Green Ankh Works in collaboration with the BAT Centre and a Community of people all over the Continent and the Diaspora will Screen the Documentary : Sembene! Across Africa. Ousmane Sembene is known as The Father of African Cinema, the film will reveal to the viewers that he was indeed so much more. TheContinue reading “Sembene Across Africa”

Are We AbeNguni or AbaNgoni?

A really brief history of who we really are and what our traditions and culture entailed before we were scattered …Because in out attempts to become Free to be who We truly are, we must first know what and who we were before colonial conquest. This is an unfinished story, but reveals a lot aboutContinue reading “Are We AbeNguni or AbaNgoni?”

This Blooming Logo explained

The Kemetic (Ancient Egyptian) symbol of Eternal Life, the Ankh has become a well recognized symbol globally. Like the Christian crucifix, it initially denoted a spiritual or religious sign with an intrinsic and esoteric meaning, but it has gradually become a kind of fashionable symbol. Some people just like the shape so they create various ornaments andContinue reading “This Blooming Logo explained”

They call It jazz

They call it jazz but this music is much bigger and broader than any definitions. Miles Davis called it Social Music, Nicholas Payton calls it BAM (black american music) but the closest description has to be Wayne Shorter’s “I Dare You” music. Call It what we may, this phenomenon known as jazz is fun, intricate,Continue reading “They call It jazz”

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