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Ndlozi: “No one can be African and White at the same time”

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Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, in his commemoration of the sixty-second anniversary of the PAC, reflected on the past experiences of South Africans and expressed his views on what it means to be African.

The Economic Freedom Fighters’ (EFF) Commissar, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi took to Twitter on Tuesday, 6 April 2021, to commemorate the sixty-second anniversary of the formation of the Pan African Congress (PAC), which was led by struggle stalwart, Robert Sobukwe. Despite suggestions of the PAC’s lack of relevance in recent history, its significance in the liberation movement is undeniable.

Ndlozi, in his series of tweets, first stated, “Today in 1652, land thieves, led by Jan van Riebeeck, arrived in SA. They built an entire identity on crime: ‘Afrikaner’ is a land thief identity that prides itself in colonial crimes. No one can be African and White at the same time! Seeking to be White means Africans must be Black.”

In subsequent tweets, he continued on his tangent on how the narrative of the PAC has supposedly changed over the years.

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