The Jazz King (Part 12): "Tlhogo Ke Ea Kgosi"

Previously, we noted that during the 1920s Kgosi Sebele II’s exercise of authority over local European artisans and traders, was distorted into newspaper stories about the existence of "White Serfs" in Molepolole. Such press hysteria was ongoing when an attempt to enforce the local by-law against travelling by ox-wagon on a Sunday resulted in the following correspondence:

Letter by Kgosi Sebele II to

Captain Stigand, Resident

Editor's Comment
CoA brings sanity to DIS/DCEC long-standing feud

This decision follows the raiding of the office of the former Director General of the DCEC, Tymon Katlholo early 2022 and his staff officer by the DIS operatives who reportedly took files that they had targeted.After all back and forth arguments, the CoA has set the record straight giving an invaluable lesson to the DIS that it was no super security organ and it does not have any powers to cogently supervise other security organs including the...

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