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Indlel' Ebhek' Enkundleni

Indlel' Ebhek' Enkundleni

Publisher : University of KwaZulu-Natal Press
SKU: 9781869144661
R 235,00
The Ven Archdeacon Professor Emeritus Peter Tshobisa Mtuze is a poet, priest and academic.
The Ven Archdeacon Professor Emeritus Peter Tshobisa Mtuze is a poet, priest and academic. He has worked as an interpreter in the law courts of the old South Africa, as a radio announcer, a salesperson for a publishing company, a civil servant in the homeland government structures, a lecturer at UNISA, and as Editor in Chief of the Greater Dictionary of isiXhosa at Fort Hare. He then joined Rhodes University as Professor and Head of the isiXhosa Department, and he also served there as Deputy Campus Director and Deputy Registrar. From 1966 to date, he has published more than 30 books in many genres - novels, short stories, essays, drama, poetry, autobiography, and cultural and theological publications. Some of these works received awards and accolades from various institutions, and one of his novels is on the list of literary classics. Many of the titles are available in Braille and as audio recordings. Mtuze translated former President Nelson Mandela's monumental autobiography Long Walk to Freedom into isiXhosa as Indlela ende eya enkululekweni. From a poverty-stricken farm background, he fought his way up to become one of the most accomplished academics, with a PhD from the University of Cape Town, a DTh from UNISA and a DLitt (Honoris Causa) from Rhodes University. Mtuze's autobiography will serve as an inspiration to one and all.
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ISBN13 9781869144661
Publisher University of KwaZulu-Natal Press
Contributor By (author) Peter T. Mtuze
Publication Date 2022-06-01
Language Xhosa
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 0
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 210 X 148 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 500
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The Ven Archdeacon Professor Emeritus Peter Tshobisa Mtuze is a poet, priest and academic. He has worked as an interpreter in the law courts of the old South Africa, as a radio announcer, a salesperson for a publishing company, a civil servant in the homeland government structures, a lecturer at UNISA, and as Editor in Chief of the Greater Dictionary of isiXhosa at Fort Hare. He then joined Rhodes University as Professor and Head of the isiXhosa Department, and he also served there as Deputy Campus Director and Deputy Registrar. From 1966 to date, he has published more than 30 books in many genres - novels, short stories, essays, drama, poetry, autobiography, and cultural and theological publications. Some of these works received awards and accolades from various institutions, and one of his novels is on the list of literary classics. Many of the titles are available in Braille and as audio recordings. Mtuze translated former President Nelson Mandela's monumental autobiography Long Walk to Freedom into isiXhosa as Indlela ende eya enkululekweni. From a poverty-stricken farm background, he fought his way up to become one of the most accomplished academics, with a PhD from the University of Cape Town, a DTh from UNISA and a DLitt (Honoris Causa) from Rhodes University. Mtuze's autobiography will serve as an inspiration to one and all.
Products specifications
ISBN13 9781869144661
Publisher University of KwaZulu-Natal Press
Contributor By (author) Peter T. Mtuze
Publication Date 2022-06-01
Language Xhosa
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 0
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 210 X 148 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 500
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