We Will be Heard: A South African Exile Remembers
Quinlan Press, 1986 - 207 pages
A lifeline in the Transkei -- Life and learning beyond my village -- Traditional life between St. Johns and Lovedale -- Lovedale missionary institute -- Fort Hare university, training ground for independence -- Yemk'imfundo, or away goes education -- Capetown--a lawyer confronts the law -- Botswana, temporary home for an exile -- Zambia, last home in Africa.
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Life and Learning Beyond My Village
Traditional Life Between St Johns and Lovedale
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