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207 Black Mikateko E. Mbambo May we be Black Not only in form but also in all substance To dream no white coated dream Democratic monopolies But to envision an iron strong African renaissance Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Let me carry with me your spirit The vision of a new Africa May it not be that statue erected That street renamed But a memory engraved our Black hearts Beating to the rhythm of your name May it be your undying ideas and dreams Flowing in our bloodstream Oh Bantu Stephen Biko May we be alert to Black Consciousness Shunning division Evading the pitfall of tribalism As encouraged by Emperor Haile Selassie I May my pen rewrite African history Be not forgotten Tiger of Azania, Jafta Kgalabi Masemola Find your place on the pages of history Emma Sathekge Claim yours, Mita Ngobeni Your deaths at hands of apartheid police Be never forgotten We offer ourselves to be involved Julius Kambarage Nyerere In the real development of Africa May we sing songs of freedom Yes 208 Bob Marley’s Redemption Song May we fearlessly fight Like Yaa Asantewaa of the Ashanti Kingdom Queen! The re-emerging essence of colonialism May we remember Africa Especially her daughters Who fought for freedom May we be Black ...


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