African Nationalism & Robert Sobukwe

African nationalism is a political movement for Pan-Africanism and for national self-determination. Political interest began in the 1870s and political organisations started to form in the 1890s. Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe (5 December 1924-27 February 1978) was a South African political dissident, who founded the Pan Africanist Congress in opposition to the apartheid regime. 0.3/5

African Nationalism Robert Sobukwe Chief Luthuli

"Future of the Africanist Movement". Questions and Answers in the Africanist newspaper,January 1959 Robert Sobukwe Q: Who are the Africanists? A. A simple answer would be that they are the members of the Africanist Movement. But, if one wishes to go deeper into the question, one would say that they are those Africans who believe that African Nationalism is the only liberatory outlook that can bind together the African masses by providing them with a loyalty higher than that of the tribe and thus mould them into a militant disciplined fighting force. Q: How long has your movement been in existence? A. The germ of the Movement was there even before the advent of the European. When Moshoeshoe brought together the scattered remĀ­ nants of various African tribes and moulded them into a patriotic Sotho tribe, he was engaged in nation- building. Similarly Shaka's wars whereby he sought to establish a single authority in place of the many tribal authorities of Natal, were, we say, steps in the direction of nation ...
we have chosen African Nationalism because of its deep human significance; because of its inevitability and necessity to world progress. World civilisation will not be complete until the African has made his full contribution. Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe!
We want to build a new Africa, and only we can build it. The opponents of African Nationalism, therefore, are hampering the progress and development not only of Africa, but of the whole world. Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe
Are Steve Biko`s ideals a relevant in a constitutional democracy.I personally don't support them today but would have during liberation struggle.I am for Chief Luthuli,Robert Sobukwe and Anton Lambede`s African Nationalism that has nothing to do with race.Post Liberation South Africa belongs to all who live in it.
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