Chronicles of South Africa

A Psychohistorical Analytic Assessment of a Traumatized Nation

by Moikwatlhai Benjamin Seitisho


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Softcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/31/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 274
ISBN : 9781728390970

About the Book

This book is about the struggle for political freedom in South Africa over the years as having disintegrated into a struggle against corruption. Solomon Mahlangu, Chris Hani and many others gave their lives only to water the tree of corruption that has destroyed the core South African economy and has set in a new struggle for economic freedom. It chronicles the history of a nation torn asunder by a political theory (apartheid) that diversified an otherwise unitary state. Unlike other Southern African countries namely Lesotho, Swaziland and Botswana, South Africa is a multi-racial-cultural state that needs an honest and truthful forgiveness and reconciliation to take its people forward into an economic freedom enjoyed by all and sundry. The book’s focus is a vision aimed at seeing corruption, which agreeably steals from the poor, disintegrating; and a journey beginning to unite the people of South Africa to together build a corruption free society and an economy addressing fundamentals. Papering over the cracks will not help nip our many challenges in the bud. The nature of the problem necessitates a hard hitting nail biting analysis of the truth. Interrogate your thoughts - together let’s build a new South African rainbow nation…


About the Author

He is South African born in Zastron Free State province. He was educated at Bensonvale Missionary Institution, Khanyeng and Tiisetsang High School in Bethlehem. He completed his BA Social Sciences (History & Anthropology) at The University of Fort Hare in 1979 and Higher Education Diploma at the University of the Free State in 1982. He taught History in High School, College of Education and part time at what is now the University of the Free State. History as a subject is his passion and he strongly believes in using it to address today’s challenges. He is a lay preacher of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa and a Young Men’s Guilt member. Faith is his strong point.