Closing The Gap by Professor Tshilidzi Marwala

Closing the Gap: Can Africa Skip the First, Second,Third Industrial Revolutions and Excel in the Fourth? BIS (Black Scientists and Inventors) Event! From Brother Michael Williams of Black Scientists and Inventors of England announcing tomorrow’s event of Africa’s shining star of technological innovation Professor Tshilidzi Marwala, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Johannesburg in the landContinue reading “Closing The Gap by Professor Tshilidzi Marwala”

African Origin of Engineering and Mathematics

African Origin of Engineering and Mathematics By Mocholoko Dr. Zulumathabo Zulumathabo © 2021 Listen To Power FM Radio Podcast Below The Preamble If you like the research work that we conduct to produce high quality work like public lectures; scholarly articles and books, please consider supporting our work. You can make a donation of yourContinue reading “African Origin of Engineering and Mathematics”

Historicity of Zulu Traditional Prime Minister

Historicity of Zulu Traditional Prime MinisterBy Mocholoko Dr. Zulumathabo Zulumathabo © 2021 SAFM Radio Podcast at End of Article The Preamble Today I was interviewed by the SAFM Radio DJ Patricia Ntuli on the historicity and role of a Zulu Traditional Prime Minister in the light of a raging court battle at Pietermaritzburg High CourtContinue reading “Historicity of Zulu Traditional Prime Minister”

Tsheresene of Depression

Tsheresene of DepressionUnderstanding Depression From African Principles of Psychological Science By Mocholoko Dr. Zulumathabo Zulumathabo © 2021 It is estimated by WHO (World Health Organisation) that more than 4% or greater than 300 million people of the World population suffer from depression. Women suffer more depression than men by almost twice as much. This situationContinue reading “Tsheresene of Depression”

Tsheresene of Anxiety – Zoom Lecture

Tsheresene of Anxiety – Zoom LectureUnderstanding Anxiety From the African Principles of Psychological Science By Mocholoko Dr. Zulumathabo Zulumathabo © 2021 Short Description It is estimated that more than half of Azanians (South Africans) suffer from anxiety and panic worsened by the Covid situation. Anxiety is a mood state that arises in response to aContinue reading “Tsheresene of Anxiety – Zoom Lecture”

African Metaphysical Paradigms – Abstract

African Metaphysical Paradigms – Lecture Abstract African Origin of Genesis; Conceptualisation and Research Metascience of Africography By Mocholoko Dr. Zulumathabo Zulumathabo © 2021 The Preamble This lecture is sponsored by the University of South Africa and Oxford University of England, thanks to the great Africanist scholar sister Dr. Nokuthula Hlabangane, Anthropology Professor at Human SciencesContinue reading “African Metaphysical Paradigms – Abstract”

Tsheresene: Basotho Origin of Psychological Science

Tsheresene: Basotho Origin of Psychological ScienceBy Mocholoko Dr. Zulumathabo Zulu © 2021 SAFM Radio Decolonising Psycholoogy Podcast below Short Description A mental state that negates the orgsanising principles of the triad of (1) the mind; (2) the emotion and (3) the behaviour is referred to by the Basotho ancients as Tshere (evanescence reset of theContinue reading “Tsheresene: Basotho Origin of Psychological Science”

Horehella; Seromo le Sedimo – Lesedi FM

Horehella; Seromo le Sedimo – Lesedi FM By Mocholoko Dr. Zulumathabo Zulu © 2021 Balatedi ba ratehang! Mamelang hosane ka Sontaha hoseng ka matjeke ka 5am May 30, 2021 ho Lesedi FM moo re buwang mmoho le sebohudi Matshogo Mahloko wa Lwesedi FM ka mekgwa le meetlo ya horehella mabitso le sedimo sa Basotho. ReContinue reading “Horehella; Seromo le Sedimo – Lesedi FM”

Raising a Black Boy

Raising a Black BoyResolving a Challenged Socialisation By Mocholoko Dr. Zulumathabo Zulu © 2021 Short Description Raising a Black boy is the hardest form of socialisation particularly in the case of the father absence. This lecture Raising a Black Boy is a sequel to the previous lecture To Parent a Black Child. In this RaisingContinue reading “Raising a Black Boy”

Celebrating Black Mothers!

Celebration of Black Mother and Challenges of Black Child SocialisationBy Mocholoko Dr. Zulumathabo Zulu Celebrating African Mothers! Picture Credit: Z Zulu Short Description In the month of Mother’s Day, we pay tribute to the Black mother and dedicate this lecture to the Matriarch of the House. Socialisation of a Black child is hard in aContinue reading “Celebrating Black Mothers!”