ISBN 9781779295996
Pages 168
Dimensions 210 x 148mm
Published 2020
Publisher Mwanaka Media and Publishing, Zimbabwe
Format Paperback

Not Yet Post-Colonial

Essays on Ghetto Being, Cosmology and Space in Post-Imperial Zimbabwe

by Zvikomborero Kapuya

The epistemic deficiency of contending issue in post-imperial Africa, Zimbabwe in particular influence the author to take readers on the interesting journey of joining the reflections of ghetto life into concept and culture. Ghetto renaissance responding to ghetto condition proved itself to the future, Cultural Revolution confronting Afro-fascist nationalist regimes and the complex global coloniality. Though some challenges, such as identity crisis, self-hate and criminal activities, ghetto cosmology left no stone unturned in making the post-colonial Zimbabwe a practical political project in the prism of decoloniality.

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About the Author

Zvikomborero Kapuya

Zvikomborero Kapuya is a Teaching Assistant at Midlands State University in the department of Politics and Public Management. At the same university, he is studying Masters of Science in International Affairs and holds Bachelor of Science in Politics and Public Management Honours degree, First Class and Awarded MSU Book Prize. He is an author of Phenomenology of Decolonizing the University: Essays of Contemporary Thoughts in Afrikology, as a trained political scientist his main research interest is existential philosophy, Afrocentric, African Politics and International Relations.