Decolonisation: Taxonomy, Epistemology and Technology Indirections

I have just uploaded an abstract based on my scholarly paper Decolonisation: Taxonomy, Epistemology and Technology Indirections. The paper was a keynote address lecture at the Sociological Association of South Africa at the North West University – Mafikeng. The paper tackles the difficult question of the African knowledge being excluded from the official curriculum in South Africa despite the country attaining a democratic rule since 1994. Twenty three years have come and gone and the officialdom has not found an inventive solution to the problem of African knowledge exclusion from the official curriculum.

You can read the abstract at Academia.Edu and even comment on it.

All Giza Pyramids

Alternatively read PDF here:

Decolonisation and technology indirections


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.

3 thoughts on “Decolonisation: Taxonomy, Epistemology and Technology Indirections

  1. Very interesting abstract – Decolonization and Technology Indirections. Is there any possibility of getting or hearing the full paper?


    1. Dear sister Heather,

      Your positive feedback is appreciated. I am working on the scholarly paper and will most likely post the draft at Academia.Edu and open it for comments there before finalization. This should happen by this weekend or before.

      Have a fabulous day.

      Siyabonga ka khulu


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