By Mcebisi Ndletyana
Introducing the lives and works of 5 unprecedented African intellectuals within the former Cape colony, this distinctive historical past specializes in the pioneering roles performed through those coarchitects of South African modernity and the contributions they made within the fields of literature, poetry, politics, faith, and journalism. supplying an in-depth look at how they reacted to colonial conquest and missionary proselytizing, the complicated process by which those old figures straddled either the Western and African worlds is absolutely explored, in addition to the ways in which those members shaped the root of the trendy nationalist liberation fight opposed to colonialism and apartheid.
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ED U C ATI O N Under the auspicies of Reverend Chalmers, Soga proved an ardent and devout pupil. This determined not only his future career choice, but also his prospects of academic advancement. Reverend Chalmers got him admitted into the prestigious Lovedale Seminary in 1844 and paid his exorbitant tuition fee. This was despite the fact that Tiyo had failed an earlier admission test. Reverend Chalmers was taken by Tiyo’s responsiveness to his teachings and believed that his failure didn’t reﬂect a poor intellect, but ill-preparation due to a poor educational background.
That is £30 for charity, if he will accept. I will not place any difﬁculties in his way by inviting him to meetings up here, but leave him to call meetings among his own people (if he has any) in his own district, and I will attend at my own expense. Jabavu declined the challenge. Needless to say, the relationship between the two distinguished journalists soured even further. Plaatje charged that Jabavu could be forgiven for ‘fabricating the mess out of imaginary native votes of conﬁdence for his masters’ delectation … because his paper is native only in language’.
Thus, at the age of ﬁfteen, Tiyo began a course of intense academic instruction for the ﬁrst time in his life. But the turmoil of colonial conﬂict intervened in Soga’s life again at this time. Lovedale Seminary closed (temporarily) two years after Tiyo arrived there due to yet another frontier war. Suspected of colluding with the colonial authorities, Reverend Chalmers and other Presbyterian missionaries ﬂed back to Glasgow, in Scotland. They took Soga with them out of fear that, as a Christian convert, his native community would ostracise him.
African Intellectuals in 19th and Early 20th Century South Africa by Mcebisi Ndletyana