30 September 2015
By Thapelo Mokoatsi
The Free State province is playing its part in the preservation of our Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) with the collaboration of the Eastern Cape, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Northern Cape, Limpopo and the North West province. The writer attended the launch of an IKS Documentaion Centre in Thaba Nchu…Rre Maleho Kgoronyane, deputy chairperson of the Barolong baa Seleka Traditional Council, who gave a brief background of Thaba Nchu and Barolong baa Seleka under Kgosi Moroka I, cried foul about the injustice of the loss of their land in the past. Thaba Nchu land is now a quarter of what it used to be.
“We humbly request the government of the day to weigh and consider the possibility and availability of restoring boundaries of Thaba Nchu to improve the economy of the district as a whole,” he said.
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