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not yet uhuru by Nkululeko Zondi

Nkululeko Zondi | November 11th, 2016 | a poem a day challenge, poetry | No Comments

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[tab id=1]categorical freedom
coupled with capitalism
is not freedom at all

so-called political autonomy
intertwined with poverty
is not a liberation attainment

willing seller, willing
buyer blatantly negates
economic independence

undermining socialism
and egalitarianism
alienates collective humanity

perhaps democracy is
another euphemism for
apartheid and imperialism

maybe caps is another
jargon for bantu education

it was pigmentation
now it’s classification

it is not yet uhuru[/tab]
[tab id=2]Nkululeko Zondi is a black conscious BA Anthropology & Psychology graduate from Unisa (SA) who is a political commentator and poet. He has been published on Poetry Poition 8 print edition on a poem he wrote for Don Mattera.[/tab]

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