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Siphamandla Sep 12
Where are the new 's and 's? The ANC had some of the finest black leaders in the world. Now we are left with thugs, race pimps and tenderpreneurs. Access to absolute power and wealth has led to the denigration of black political leadership post-democracy.
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Mujuni Raymond Sep 12
A reminder today to all who believe in social justice that Steve Biko died on the floor of a prison, naked and alone. Here's a quote to keep you going. "The most potent weapon in the hands of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed".
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John Press Nov 18
so you reckon the is a glorious movement. After what it's done to S.A. and it's citizens I don't think so. This is not what and would have envisaged. We are just another failed African state.
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Busting The Myth Of White Genocide SA Sep 12
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🇸 🇰 Sep 12
"For the spirit of Biko.blacker the berry beautiful people"✊💚 x
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Niks Sep 12
41 years ago today, the 'Father of the Black Consciousness Movement', Steve Biko died after sustaining multiple injuries at the hands of the oppressors. We remember and honour his legacy. Rest in power leader. Matla!
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Zapiro Sep 12
Remembering who died 41 years ago today Zapiro's archival cartoon in (12 September 2002) -
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Poetry Potion Sep 12
The father of the Black consciousness movement Steve Biko died 41 years ago today. Biko's work and ideals would go on to inspire a generation of South African poets. In the wake of Biko's death Chris Van Wyk wrote 'In detention'
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Sphithiphithi Evaluator Sep 21
The apartheid police that assaulted and killed Steve Biko; were they ever investigated and arrested? I heard Helen Zille was a journalist that covered the news of his death. We want answers; who was interrogating Biko and what happened to his killers.
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Mihlali Gqada Sep 11
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Hloni Nyetanyane Sep 12
SK when Terror Lekota was sentenced to Robben Island, he was a member of Black Consciousness Movement. He only joined ANC in prison. Can you get him on the line to reflect on legacy of in relation to his newly found political trajectory.
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Kayise Sep 12
It is very frustrating to be informed that Cyril Ramaphosa will deliver Steve Biko Memorial Lecture.What does he know about Black Consciousness as he was bred & made by Whites?He is a product of Clive Mennell and Anton Harber &these two introduced him to Oppenheimers😣
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's jacket and coat Sep 12
"As a historian, it makes me uncomfortable to see the past deployed in the present, whether subtly, bombastically, or only to disabuse today of its hubris. And yet, as a teacher ... what do we learn from ?"
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Baby Brother Sep 12
Obsessed with Steve Biko. Cool Slaves on ... Watch and listen.
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Prof Thuli Madonsela Sep 12
Remembering with gratitude and nostalgia on the anniversary of his murder
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OfficialDaily Thetha Sep 12
On this day 12th September 1977 Bantu Stephen Biko was murdered by Apartheid operatives. And today we remember him and his impact. He said: "The most potent weapon in the hands of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed." Be free in your own mind first.
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Kamohelo Sep 12
Wow!! everyone should hear this message by Black Consciousness Movement founder 👇🏾
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Claire  Jackson Sep 13
Wouldn't it be interesting to know the stories of all the people in this pic? And the stories they could tell about
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Democratic Alliance Sep 12
Today, we remember . Thank you for making the ultimate sacrifice in the struggle for the liberation of our beautiful country. Gone but never forgotten.
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Abraham Uyanna Nov 19
"On 9 sept,when the brain damage suffered 2days earlier was irreversible & he was thus already a dying man,Steve told Mr Fitchett (a prison warden in port Elizabeth)he wanted to kiss him because Mr Fitchett had given him 'mageu' & water" Excerpt from
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