What’s in a name?

Before the English and the Dutch treaded onto African soil, fellow Africans had names that 1) were in their mother-tongue language and 2) had symbolic meanings that were unique to the child with the given name. Names like ‘Senzangakhona’, ‘Ntombikayise’, ‘Izintombizakithi’ or ‘Simlindilewafika’ and many more rolled off African tongues like honey dripping from honeycombs. … More What’s in a name?