Africa

  • Michael Tellinger's liberation movement takes political form in the Ubuntu Party. He is a recognized author of books on ancient southern African civilizations. (Courtesy Ubuntu Party)
  • Ubuntu economic principles would transform the globe’s financial system, change the form of money and how it’s used (Courtesy Ubuntu Party)
  • Tellinger investigates ancient stone structures, such as these in South Africa (Courtesy Ubuntu Party)
  • Tellinger’s books on early civilization are popular reading in South Africa and elsewhere. (Courtesy Ubuntu Party)
  • Tellinger takes his messages around the world, speaking to large gatherings of people
  • The Ubuntu Party leader has often appeared on television in the United States, where he’s known as ‘South Africa’s Indiana Jones’ for his archeological discoveries. (Courtesy Ubuntu Party)

New Economic Theories from a Self-described Humanitarian

Darren Taylor

Published February 19, 2014

The last in a series of five reports by Darren Taylor on fringe political parties gearing up for the May 7 South African elections.


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