Dr Pheko is the founder of Daystar University in Kenya, the largest liberal arts college in Africa. Dr Pheko is also founder and Chair of Tokoloho Development Association in South Africa, a trust which promotes research of indigenous knowledge of the African people prior to European colonisation, and publishes the results.Tokoloho is Sotho and translates as “Freedom”.
Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi
I am grateful for THE HIDDEN SIDE OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN POLITICS. I am pleased that you have used your great talents to give our history the side that would never see the light of the day.
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Born to a wealthy rural family in Lesotho on 13 November 1933, Pheko and his brother went to live in South Africa in the 1930s upon the sudden death of their parents. Since 1960 Motsoko Pheko has been a member of the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC), and served in several different capacities including Organiser, Branch Chairperson, Country Representative and Member of Parliament (MP). Pheko served as a representative of the PAC to the United Nations in New York and Geneva, in addition to working in the UK, Zambia and Tanzania.