Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Populêre Sielkunde / Popular Psychology
Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction - Populêre Sielkunde / Popular Psychology
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Lobola must fall is a thought-piece penned to spotlight the practice of lobola. Lobola occupies a central position in the validation, accreditation, and recognition of marriage in black African societies.
Although the practice of lobola has undoubtedly been in existence for centuries, this publication analyses and exposes some of the vulnerable aspects of the practice. The author proposes the obliteration of lobola.
Lobola Must Fall is ideal for parents, young people, proponents of African culture, and social science researchers.
Ditupa Fothane holds a post-graduate degree in Psychology. He is a Philosophy student and passionate about social order issues. Ditupa writes on a range of subjects about issues of human existence. Some of his writings are available on www.ditupafothane.wordpress.com. He is the author of Made to Make it, The Ecclesiastes, and The Burden of Thinking.