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Vukulu Sizwe Maphindani

Vukulu Sizwe Maphindani March 18, 2015

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Non-Fiction
Vukulu Sizwe Maphindani

Author Details

Pen Name
Vukulu Sizwe Maphindani
Memberships & Designations
ANFASA
Where I Live
Johannesburg
Author's bio: Vukulu Sizwe Maphindani is an Author, activist, philosopher, public speaker, freelance writer, Cast Director, Executive Producer whom subscribes to Garveyism - Marcus Garvey's Pan African Philosophies.

He's a 26 year old and was born in a rural village at the side of Kruger National Park, South Africa. Was born in a Royal family of Maphindani of the Mdluli clan with three of his only brothers by a Pastor who have been a former struggle Veteran and a mother whom was a former Slave of the Ooisthuizen family in Pietersburg in the 60's.

He grew up doing debates at school and was interested in so doing while at home he was taught strong moral conduct and socially structured behavioral patterns by
both his parents. He now lives In Johannesburg, South Africa. He started his writing career when he was 18 through poems and the unpublished book titled: The weapon of life. At
the same age he also fell in love with watching Martin Luther king Jr.', Steve Biko and Malcolm X's videos on net and also to read Auto
biographies of Che Guevara, Marcus Garvey, Karl Marx, John Locke, Stanley Cohen etc.. And because he grew up in a community which he felt
was and still is irresponsible (South Africa) he then took time in understanding what being a Human is. The book titled Message to a
Blackman in Africa took him 3 years of questioning the society he lives in and another three years to write. It comes after a journey of
self-discovery and public consciousness.

He's one who believes that there are no Black or White people but rather Africans and Caucasians in the planet.


Book description: indeed a message to every black man. A must read for every politician. Out of Africa comes a book that explodes with outrage. Out of Africa comes an impassioned cry for union. Not since Mein Kampf has such a controversial viewpoint on Nationalism and Race been so candidly stated by an author. Not since The Little Red Book does a Manifesto written By one man have the potential to change the lives of so many. Not since The Communist Manifesto has anyone dared to demand such responsibility for their own reality from the “oppressed masses”

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