Power FM Interview Podcast – Sesotho Dictionary of Mathematics

By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2015

South Africa’s commercial talk radio Power FM interviewed me about my biggest book project Sesotho Dictionary of Mathematics in South Africa’s financial capital Johannesburg. I was interviewed by renowned Ayanda-Allie Paine together with Lawrence Tlabane during their Breakfast Show thanks to the great sista Keneilwe Sebola and Power FM Breakfast Producer who arranged this interview.


Lawrence Tlhabane with Ayanda-Allie Paine of Power FM Radio.

The following is the podcast of the interview which you can listen to via your phone, tablet or computer. This interview took place on June 9, 2016 at their Houghton studios.

Please share with others and spread the word about the African origin of mathematical knowledge and the cosmic knowledge through which the African natives trace their genesis to the cosmos. Thokoza Makhosi!

You are encouraged to comment via this blog. Some of your comments will make their way into my new book projects. Thokoza Makhosi!

Without further ado, the loyal followers of Zulumathabo on the Internet 2.0 here is podcast and please remember to follow and encourage others:

Published by Zulumathabo

Research Scientist and Director: Madisebo University Research Institute. Metaphysical Scientist; African Philosopher; Software Engineer, Published Author, Inventor, Lexicographer, Intellectual Historian and Contextual Poet.

12 thoughts on “Power FM Interview Podcast – Sesotho Dictionary of Mathematics

    1. Your comments are appreciated good brother. Please keep up the great working of sharing your sentiments about these sacred pages of the ancestors.

      Thokoza Makhosi!
      Siyabonga kakhulu


    2. Listened to your interview on Power FM. Intriguing and powerful indeed. Good to hear your voice again. Keep up the good work my brother. Been a very long time, are u back in SA? Must be very busy but hopefully we can chat on whatsapp.


    3. Dear Vusi,

      Your words of encouragement are appreciated. We need to hear that voice more often so that we stay energized and electrified.

      Siyabonga ka khulu! Thokoza makhosi!


      1. Our voices should not be miffed, either by us or by those opposed to progress. I am looking forward to vibrant discussion and discourse on similar subject whilst practical people implement such ideas in their organizations, churches, societies and communities.


      2. Dear Vusi,

        Thank you for your impressions and also to say the “voices should not be miffed” essentially saying these sacrosanct voices should not be trivialized. I couldn’t agree more because these are the sacrosanct voices that must be supported; empowered and given the tools and the resources to increase their amplitude so that they are heard far and near.

        We need more of you to make the point about the implementation of these ideas from the erudite ancestors who have preceded us.

        I trust the organizations; the churches; the societies and the communities are listening to your clarion call to embrace these ideas.

        Siyabonga ka khulu!


  1. Greetings Mr Zulu

    I have been listening to your interview on North-West fm with SirMax about African cosmic knowledge? African metascience. Thank you for sharing with us the powerful sacred knowledge about the Basotho origins and connections to the stars, moon and the sun. Thank you for clarifying that African people had their belief system and believed that there are many Gods. Through the interviews that you do on different Radio stations, you reach out to many of us as we are thirsty for this kind of knowledge. I am enlightened. I will be tuning in next Sunday when you will be talking about the Sesotho Mathematics Dictionary.


      1. Dear Lee thank you for sharing your impressions and also following my writings. We need more of you with keen interest in the sacred pages of the ancestors. It is our hope that through these writings we can shine the light and show the shining path that leads to the African ways of knowing. I will be in touch with you.

        Our office regarding purchasing the books and publishing is as follows:

        106 Johan Avenue, Sandton, Johannesburg, 2196
        Office Number: 010 003 7769

        Siyabonga kakhulu.


    1. Dear Duduetsang,

      We greatly appreciate taking the time to share with us and the rest of the world about the sacred work of the ancestors. Sir Max is a renaissance man because he sees the value of this work we are doing and does not allow it to get known out there.

      Siyabonga ka khulu


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