PAC needs to awaken from its political slumber

Robert Sobukwe fought and died for a black person's dignity. He dedicated his life to the struggle.

Robert Sobukwe fought and died for a black person's dignity. He dedicated his life to the struggle.

With the same vision as that of the ANC, but with too many complicated ideas and policies, the struggle fighters had the same vision to free South Africa.

Prof, as the son of the soil was called, believed that black people had power and capabilities to do things on their own.

He was an original and patriotic African, his love for Africans and Africa were unquestionable.

It is good to see that the SABC has finally decided to screen the life and times of Robert Sobukwe. The documentary will help restore our lost African values.

Sobukwe dreamt of a bigger and powerful PAC.

But judging by the vision of the current PAC, it's not clear which direction it's going. They lack strategy and have very limited ideas.

It's time that their young guns, Pasma, showed them the way forward and inspired them to greatness.

Pasma has very humble leaders who have a clear vision.

Together with Payco and the mother body, the PAC, they can all together live up to Sobukwe's expectations and dreams of a democratic South Africa.

Pasma is the only miracle that can awaken the sleepy Pan Africanist Congress.

Lonwabo Busakwe

Khayelitsha

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