2021-05-14Prof Makala Lilemba In line with apartheid philosophy, the South African government imposed an oppressive Bantu education system in Namibia. Hotep (2003) maintains that Europeans perfected three types of colonialism over the years, namely territorial, intellectual and mental upon the indigenous peoples of Africa. Now China has moved in to continue exploiting the Africans economically and politically. View more
2021-05-21Prof Makala Lilemba Burger (1993) defines indigenous knowledge as the local knowledge that is unique to a particular culture or society, also termed folk knowledge, people’s knowledge, traditional wisdom or traditional science. View more
2021-05-28Prof Makala Lilemba For many years, debates and renunciations among Western and African philosophers trained in Western schools of philosophy rejected the notion of an African being able to be critical and innovative under any circumstances. View more
2021-06-11Prof Makala Lilemba The history of the Namibian liberation struggle cannot be complete without the contributions and sacrifices made by the sons and daughters from Chixhu-Sesheke-Singalamwe corridor. View more
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