Brett Murray's painting 'The Spear' is going to look tame when
compared to Black man's medicine. The title of the book comes from
the African adage that says: 'The Black Man's Medicine is a White
man.' 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. This is the third book written by Muzi Kuzwayo and it
follows the roaring successes of Marketing Through Mud and Dust and
There's a Tsotsi in the Boardroom. It is a fun, easy read that will
challenge the way we all think about our roles in South Africa
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