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Perez "Prez" Parado & His Orchestra - Skokiaan

This sax-driven tune, written around 1947 by a musician from Rhodesia (current day Zimbabwe) named August Msarurgwa, became a worldwide hit in 1954 and was quickly covered by many popular groups of the era, including this exceptional mambo by one of the undisputed kings of the style, Prez Parado. 58 more words

Are Africans also poor at math?

Mathematics and maintenance

I quote from an article in the South African press about the problems blacks have with mathematics:

“ is a language where polygon and plane have the same definition … where concepts like triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon are defined by only one word.” (“Finding New Languages for Maths and Science,” 

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Morality and Abstract Thinking – How Africans may differ from Westerners

Morality and Abstract Thinking – How Africans may differ from Westerners from Amren.com via Locust blog

How Africans may differ from Westerners

by Gedaliah Braun… 5,989 more words

Languages of Africa

The traditional language families spoken in Africa:








The languages of Africa are divided into six major language families… 809 more words

The Boers, the Veld, and the Looming South African Genocide

Now a ticking time bomb, Dutch South Africa has had a glorious past, one that will soon be rekindled…

Excerpts taken from this article: https://www.amren.com/commentary/2018… 284 more words

South African blacks to kick white farmers off their land

SOUTH AFRICA– White genocide, a re-run of Rhodesia

Greens leader Richard Di Natale accuses Dutton of racism for not bringing in more black savages… 1,173 more words

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