BKO Magazine No 2 Vol 4 – Mhudi: A Century Later

BKO Magazine No 2 Vol 4 - Mhudi: A Century Later

BKO is an example of what is possible when African creatives, literati and people in general come together to advance their own agenda. It is the culmination of multi-disciplinary convergence of intellect and talent that should be replicated all over the continent. Mhudi is an African narrative for the ages and we cannot wait for others to celebrate its importance before we realise its gold standard. Being a guest editor of this issue was a tiring, yet fulfilling effort that I would perform again if invited to do so. It is said that those with beautiful hands do not die. Plaatje is alive, through Mhudi and many of his other works.

- Sabata-mpho Mokae, Guest Editor

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Phehello J Mofokeng

Phehello J Mofokeng

PHEHELLO J MOFOKENG is an author and a publisher. His first non-fiction book, Sankomota: An Ode in One Album (Geko, 2018) chronicles the music of one of southern Africa’s foremost music bands, Sankomota. He is the editor-at-large of BKO Magazine

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