qThe title of this book comes from the African adage: qThe Black Man's Medicine is the White Manq. It implies that black people won't do anything right, unless there is a white man around, or that black people won't be satisfied with anything unless it has been done by a white man. Black Man's Medicine is about economic freedom. It introduces the idea that SEE (self-economic empowerment) is the new BEE. Most importantly, it insists that apartheid was a terrible and unfortunate part of our shared history but should no longer define our present challenges and myriad opportunities for success. In essence this book is about moving from mud and dust, through the boardroom and on to a new Africa, where people work hard and life is decent. Kuzwayo's self-professed goal is help us see our own, familiar truths differently, just in case they have passed their sell-by date, and to question the righteousness of our rituals and to test the accuracy of our adagesq--Publisher describtion.aquot;The title of this book comes from the African adage: aquot;The Black Mana#39;s Medicine is the White Manaquot;.
|Title||:||Black Man's Medicine|
|Publisher||:||Jacana Media - 2012|