Welcome dear internet surfer to your new home. You are now one of a handful of Bingwa on this site. This is the place where Bingwa like yourself come to interact with other Bingwa and journey on our road to umoja. May you be one of many humans that restore faith in humanity through your actions .
As 2020 comes to a close , Umoja reviews events from the current year , which is in line with the African Unions theme of Silencing The Guns .
With workers day just passing on May 1st , 2020 stirs up a challenging future for the working class, which Marxists tried fighting for. The Covid-19 has worsened an already excess supply of labour in the economy. With current restructuring , retrenchments and high unemployment. It raises the question what has happend to that positive …
Recently I was chatting to a fellow Bingwa based abroad, in Japan. The topic of discussion was the ongoing violence happening in South Africa. For me it was incongruous how the discussion was initiated over text. He sent 4 videos , 3 images followed by a series of 7 words to give me context on …
I am a young social science and business management graduate working in finance.
I am a child of Mother Africa, as I am African born and raised. I get childish and I have fun because I will never stop being my mother’s child. I was born in my biological mother’s womb and will be swaddled in mother Africa’s womb, rich with soil and roots from where I am from.
I also get serious about the political economy and sociological imagination, but I will always be your brother, and I will always be open and approachable, so contact me any time or leave a comment.