- He recently took to social media to tackle the issue of female African icons being overlooked
- Accepting guilt, Scoop admitted that he too had been a victim of the effects of patriarchy, but that ti was time to make the change
- He has a way with words, a way to make people understand things that they might never have before
People always appreciate someone who is able present a show with amazing skill. Siyabonga Ngwekazi, also known as Scoop Makhathini, is one of those people. He recently spoke out on patriarchy and female African icons.
South African fans have got to know and love his unapologetic ways. He recently touched on the topic of patriarchy, and fans had no option but to agree with the truths he told.
Briefly.co.za learnt that sharing his perceptions with regards to Africa-related issues on social media, Scoop shared that one of the biggest snags stemming from patriarchy is the mere fact that iconic women have been overlooked.
Scoop was man enough to admit that he too is guilty of this. He went on to say that majority of African history is all about men making patriarchy real.
He suggested that fans should take the time and research names like Queen Nandi and Queen Makeda. They will then understand how these women etched their names into world history.
Scoop also put it out there that fans should always take pride in who and what they are. He quoted an Egyptian saying, “As above, so below.” He said that people are to take heed and now is the time to act accordingly.
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