Reweaving the Soul of the Nation
In this collection of essays, the author takes some of what revolutionaries such as Steve Biko and Che Guevara wrote and weaves it with African indigenous wisdom.
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The book writes about the political economy of Africa and tackles breakdown of values in communities, politics and other social movements. Taking lessons from the patience and dedication of a weaver finch, the book is an invitation to the reader to reweave the fractured soul of the nation.
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Mmatshilo Motsei is the founder of Afrika Ikalafe and Agisanang Domestic Abuse Prevention and Training (ADAPT). She was appointed in 1994 as a national advisor to the government on women and gender. In 1995 she was seconded to the Office of the President to oversee the process of developing policy for women’s empowerment focusing mainly on the establishment of the National Gender Machinery.
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