Thursday, October 23, 2008

After '08: What's Next?


Have you ever had conversation with someone you felt would be a great writer or blogger? I mean, this person's opinion or commentary is always so insightful and interesting. This is what I think of my brother, Moorosi Mokuena. This native South African is new on the blog scene, but a veteran when it comes to politics and activism. Check him out and give him some good 'ol blogger support. In the long run, I don't think that you will be disappointed -- the best has yet to come. Peace~


Photo: Moorosi and Congresswoman Maxine Waters at South African Freedom Day reception in Washington, D.C. (photo taken by: S. Bess)

Moorosi's blog: Beyond '08

7 comments:

Jacqueline Smith said...

Looks interesting.

Anonymous said...

went and checked out his blog - good one! thanks for the tip. Hey, Stephen, check your email. I've sent you a cupla messages re: the Owen Fiddler December tour. Get back with me, OK?

the prisoner's wife said...

i see my congresswoman! i heart Maxine Waters, she's always done so much for our community!

get zapped said...

Hey, thanks for passing along a fellow blogger. I'll check him out.

Hope all is well on your end.

Peace ~

Deb S. said...

I visited Moorosi's blog. Thanks for introducing him to us. I enjoy meeting new bloggers and will definitely return to Moorosi's site.

picnotes said...

drifting~~

Stephen Bess said...

Yeah, I'm still waiting for the brother to get beyond '08. Come on Moorosi! It's 2009!

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