Top Afrika Quotes

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1. "Eleanor Baker is een van Afrikaans se beste skrywers en dis jammer dat baie Suid-Afrikaners dit dalk nooit, of te laat, gaan agterkom nie."
Author: André Brink
2. "Birden nasil oluyor sen yüregimi elliyorsunAma nasil oluyor sen yüregimi eller ellemezSevismek bir kere daha yürürlüge giriyorBütün kara parçalarinda Afrika dahil"
Author: Cemal Süreya
3. "Joram Kiango ni mpelelezi maarufu nchini Tanzania. Willy Gamba ni mpelelezi maarufu katika bara la Afrika. John Murphy ni mpelelezi maarufu duniani. Ni watu watatu tofauti wanaofanya kazi zinazofanana."
Author: Enock Maregesi
4. "Mandela alikuwa hodari ndiyo maana akapelekwa jela. Alikuwa mvumilivu ndiyo maana akakaa jela kwa miaka ishirini na saba. Alivyotoka akawa kiongozi bora wa Afrika Kusini. Utu ukafanya awasamehe binadamu wenzake. Urithi wa Nelson Mandela kwetu ni uhodari, uvumilivu, uongozi bora, utu na msamaha kwa binadamu wenzetu. Mandela alikuwa baba kwa familia yake. Kwa Afrika Kusini alikuwa mlezi wa ndoto, ya amani na uhuru."
Author: Enock Maregesi
5. "Watu wa kulisaidia bara la Afrika hawatatoka Amerika au kwingineko. Afrika ni tatizo letu. Watatoka Afrika kwenyewe."
Author: Enock Maregesi
6. "Nå har jeg ham, tenker jeg. Alle vet at det ikke finnes tigere i Afrika. Alle unntatt Børre."
Author: Erlend Loe
7. "Scouts hadden een Franse lelie op de riem en werden overigens geregeerd door Engelsen (vanwege hun stichter Baden-Powell) die hun Engelse ceremonies opdrongen, thee drinken, onze stambroeders in Zuid-Afrika in concentratiekampen achter prikkeldraad laten verhongeren, onze geloofsbroeders in Ierland mitrailleren, fair play mijn kloten."
Author: Hugo Claus
8. "Obwohl diese afrikanischen Militärbanden oft nicht größer oder mächtiger sind als die organisierten kriminellen Banden in Asien oder Osteuropa, wird über ihre Aktivitäten in den Medien - sogar in den westlichen Medien - unter der Rubrik Politik (Geschehen aus aller Welt) respektvoll berichtet, statt unter der Rubrik Verbrechen."
Author: J.M. Coetzee
9. "To the same degree that your understanding of and attitude towards Afrika becomes more positive, your understanding of and attitude towards yourself will also becomes more positive..."
Author: Malcolm X
10. "Bu adam,' diye düsündüm, 'okula gitmedigi için beyni bozulmamis. Çok seyler yapip çok seyler görmüs ve çekmis; açilmis, kalbi ilkel cesaretini kaybetmeden genislemis. Bizim için dalli budakli ve çözülmez olan bütün sorunlari o, hemsehrisi Büyük Iskender gibi bir kiliç vurusuyla çözüveriyor. Onun açik vermesi zordur. Çünkü tabanlarindan basina kadar, bütünüyle topraga dayaniyor. Afrika vahsileri yilana tapar, çünkü bütün vücutlari topraga deger ve böylece topragin bütün sirlarini bilirler. Bu sirlara karni, kuyrugu, edep yeri ve basiyla varmistir o. Biz okumuslar, havadaki sersem kuslar gibiyiz."
Author: Nikos Kazantzakis
11. "Suatu masyarakat paling primitif pun, misalnya di jantung Afrika sana, tak pernah duduk di bangku sekolah, tak pernah melihat kitab dalam hidupnya, tak kenal baca-tulis, masih dapat mencintai sastra, walau sastra lisan(Bumi Manusia, h. 233)"
Author: Pramoedya Ananta Toer
12. "A truly enlightened attitude to language should simply be to let six thousand or more flowers bloom. Subcultures should be allowed to thrive, not just because it is wrong to squash them, because they enrich the wider culture. Just as Black English has left its mark on standard English Culture, South Africans take pride in the marks of Afrikaans and African languages on their vocabulary and syntax. New Zealand's rugby team chants in Maori, dancing a traditional dance, before matches. French kids flirt with rebellion by using verlan, a slang that reverses words' sounds or syllables (so femmes becomes meuf). Argentines glory in lunfardo, an argot developed from the underworld a centyry ago that makes Argentine Spanish unique still today. The nonstandard greeting "Where y'at?" for "How are you?" is so common among certain whites in New Orleans that they bear their difference with pride, calling themselves Yats. And that's how it should be."
Author: Robert Lane Greene
13. "Afrikaans is my first language, although you would never know, as my English accent has more of an American-British thing going on from all my years of travelling."
Author: Tanit Phoenix
14. "Der Afrikanismus ist das Vehikel, durch das sich das amerikanische Ich als nicht versklavt, sondern frei erfährt, als nicht abstoßend, sondern begehrenswert, nicht hilflos, sondern priviligiert und mächtig, nicht geschichtslos sondern geschichtlich, nicht verdammt, sondern unschuldig, nicht ein blinder Zufall der Evolution, sondern fortschrittliche Erfüllung eines Schicksal."
Author: Toni Morrison
15. "Penekanan kepada ilmu sebagai satu kuasa (knowledge is power) membuat pemimpin dan pentadbir merancang dan melaksanakan dasar yang boleh mengembangkan ilmu, dan sekali gus mendapat kekuatan baru dalam hal tersebut. Kuasa Barat yang menjajah negara lain semuanya meletakkan peranan besar ilmu terutama dari segi memahami bahasa, pemikiran, budaya dan tradisi jajahan takluknya. Penekanan ini telah berjalan dengan teratur dengan gigih sehinggalah menimbulkan bidang pengajian baru, yang mengenai dunia Asia-Afrika disebut "Orientalisme"."
Author: Wan Mohd Nor Wan Daud

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