Fiction has always been a subject that eluded the minds of general public. However, unfortunately the device like most eReaders on the market today is handicapped by several flaws that will need to be addressed in the next model to be released.
What Biko is talking about above is the Apartheidization of African people, and this was done more extensively since Apartheid took over.
Now in sum, all the symbolisms, saved practices in this affair, might not be ideal today, but we can in fact have a sense as thaw we behaved, and it is within our power to incorporate some elements of the proposal part, and the exchange of securities, I will say, and ensuring that the process is working for the would-be couple, and at least, keep up the spirit of the repeat of the family, the woman, and the family of the man.
This created a fissure between Africans of South Africa and those Africans and Mid-Easterners and Far West Asian.
Many African people have gotten 'very rich' since the ANC took power, and these are clinging to their paltry wealth-albeit a lot for most of the few of us. The 20+ years since the ANC took over, there have been radical changes as to how, we as an African people have evolved, and 20+ years, are what we all see ourselves as, a broken and divided, ultra rich few, and living alongside the armies of the poor.
This is the lost and forgotten history, whilst many of our so-called intellectual elites is concentrate on the history from Great African writers, which I also appreciate as a historian, but also, they do not know nor have the information and ability to research what I am about to tabulate below.
Many left their children, wives, parents and extended families to find a job and sent t it home, and this too has had adverse effects on the African family.