Six decades after its first publication African Nationalism is
still as relevant today as it was back then.
Where was Africa yesterday, where is it today?
Has Africa reach where it ought to have been?
How does Africa get back
Your introspection can start by reading African
"The book evokes deep emotions of the long arduous journey tavelled for Zimbabwe to regain its independence so that it could proudly take its place in the comity of nations."
“In the 21st Century and with Africa agreed to be rising, this book must be a source of reflection on how we use experiences and expectations of the past to shape Africa’s future, to ensure Africa uses its new status to cement its place indelibly as an equal member of the community of nations in this century and beyond.”
“Mr. Sithole’s book is especially welcome and valuable at this time because it comes from a young African who has struggled against odds which would have dismayed most men”
“Reverend Sithole was our most gifted political strategist with an appreciation of how to achieve results. His writings say it all as he still speaks to the world today”
“A simultaneously triumphant and tragic read, the Reverend’s ideas are as relevant now as they have ever been. They remain an important window into the historical rise of African nationalism, and a platform upon which contemporary debates thereof can be held.”
" Ndabaningi Sithole's short work on nationalism is in many ways a personal memoir, reflecting on the cultural and social aspects of the particular nationalist struggle that concerns him the most, that of southern Africa."
" This little book is a clear and sedate exposition of the African's struggle against European domination - political, economic and social - as viewed from the inside of the movement."