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San vibrational healer
Q7 seeks to be where a healer and a leader is most needed .
As a healer he does not look at the journey, he looks at the darkest, deepest problems of the journey
and finds his journey in that.
He currently lives in Durban, South Africa.
My views and spiritual beliefs as a San and Bushman is Oneness with Nature, and being recognised by our Ancestors.
Born in Riverlea, Johannesburg, my family predominantly originates from Northern Cape, Namibia and Botswana. As an urban native person, I feel that Indigenous rights are not recognised with an impending critical loss of both language and culture. There is a need for cross-culture youth exchange and disabled persons in projects.
As a Southern African Native (SAN) person, my interest in Indigenous affairs extends to: Indigenous sustainable youth development, Indigenous Medicine, Indigenous Spirituality and Arts & Culture. Most of my work is done in remote and rural areas of Southern Africa, raising funds for a village or to workshop communities on sustainable living as Africans, thereby relearning our cultures and practices that make us truly African.
One-Line Bow played by Q7 Beckett
Khamini Duku is Khwe, a San group from the Caprivi Delta region in Northern Namibia.
The San males from this group assisted the 31 Battalion in the Border Wars in Namibia (1974 - 1990). Due to concerns for their safety after the war was won, the San group was flown out in large groups to South Africa to a military base close to Kimberley, called 'Schmidtsdrift'. Unfortunately, they were largely ignored and neglected by the new South African government, only later to be re-located to Platfontein, a farm bought to accommodate both the Kwhe and the !Xun, 18 kms from Kimberley.
Occupying a leadership position within the Platfontein San inner leadership circle, Q7 Beckett says that "These elders are historically the men and women who saved more white people in an army in Africa, than any other tribe".
Videography: Q7 Beckett
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