Sechaba Tsoele Nkoana
Sechaba Tsoele Nkoana was born on the farm Marobala O Itsose west of Mogwadi Town formally known as Dendron on 04 February 1956 as the second born son to Phuti Paul Nkoana and Machoene Cylia Nkoana. As result of the financial difficulties, Sechaba left the formal schooling after completing his higher primary schooling (Standard Six). Sechaba worked for the African Explosives and Chemical Industries (AECI) Limited situated at Modderfontein Dynamite Factory next to Kempton Park from the year 1975 at the age of eighteen (18).
37 years old woman born in Dutywa, a small rural town in the Eastern Cape. She attended Walter Sisulu University and qualified as a Journalist in 2007. She boost 12 years of experience as a newspaper reporter and 3 years as a media copywriter. She worked for few Eastern Cape publications: the Daily Dispatch, Grocotts Mail and The Herald. In 2013 she was named the best columnist in the writing category of the Sanlam MDDA Local Media Awards.
Ngwetjana Samuel Bambo
Ngwetjana Samuel Bambo was born on 15th day of March 1960 at Ga-Tukakgomo, a village within the area of Mogalakwena Local Municipality in Limpopo Province, South Africa. He matriculated at Bakenberg Secondary School in 1978 and proceeded to enrol with the University of the North (now Limpopo) the following year where he obtained his B. Admin degree in 1983. He later obtained his B. Admin Honours degree at the same university in 1988 through part-time studies.
Naushad Khan is simple boy from Overport Durban who has been writing from the tender age of 5. He was putting childish, cartoonish ideas on paper with a pen before even going to school, but of course, as he matured, so too did his writing, however his passion for turning his imagination to ink, never faded. His limitless imagination allows him to create action packed stories that will grip you from start to end with themes that most, if not all people can relate to. Naushad’s School is to relax your mind, spark your imagination and provoke your inner thoughts, all the while entertaining you.
Dr Lorraine Mohlapamaswi
Dr Lorraine Mohlapamaswi taught at the following Polokwane secondary schools; Mashupye, Boshego and Kedishi. She is Head of Department at Mmatselana, (PL2 principal and currently the deputy principal at Capricorn high school, Polokwane, Limpopo province. Dr. Lorraine Mohlapamaswi is a researcher and a life-long learner. When The Golden Tone Missing is her first insightful and significant book on current affairs in South Africa.
Sello Cry Mphoko
Sello Cry Mphoko is a modern poet, creative writer. At the time of writing this book he is University of Limpopo student studying by shallow sands in agriculture on geography and environmental studies.
Mary Koma is a motivational speaker and social worker by profession. She is the daughter of the late Samuel and Agnes Koma. Mary obtained her BA in social work from the University of Venda. She holds a diploma in Labour Relations, Diploma in Public Relations Management (both with Oxbridge Academy, and many other professional accolades) She accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and saviour, qualifying her to write on the subject of spirituality, personal development and transformation- a service to many other living souls.
Mpho ‘Sir’ Mahlakanya
Mpho ‘Sir’ Mahlakanya, is self-help author, keynote speaker, serial entrepreneur and businessman. He is Executive Chair, Business Development Consultant at www.sirmphoconsulting.co.za. Founder & Managing Director of Empore Publishers (www.emporepublishers.co.za). His books include YOUR LIFE AT ITS BEST, EMPOWERED TO PERFORM and ARRIVAL OF THE EXPERT.
Dr Bhekisisa J. Mthembu
Dr Bhekisisa J. Mthembu boasts more than two decades of corporate experience.
His in-depth knowledge of leadership and Strategic Management derived from his work and research experience. Broad based business acumen, along with the wide network, have enabled him to form a well-earned reputation for delivering value added services. His first book SET YOUR OWN GOAL is a catalyst, an inspirational tool for self-leadership and development.
LUCAS KUNENE is a former health inspector during apartheid era. He devotes his precious time in writing and reading. He loves educating on health significance and how we can best care for ourselves as far as personal hygiene is critical.
Samuel S. Dawuwa
SAMUEL S. DAWUWA is an Xhosa dialectal writer residing in Mthatha, Eastern Cape. He writes on issues that affect society around the world, such as politics, racism, black economy and reflects on years past in the African diaspora.
Dr Rhulani Maringa
Dr Rhulani Maringa is an ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialist practicing in various private hospitals in Limpopo province. He enjoys reading and taking photographs of nature. His creativity is well depicted in his first poetry book: A POT OF POETRY.
Mapao Ralepelle is grade 10 (year 2020) pupil at Mafutsane Secondary school. She stays at Tlhabine Rakoma Village. Mapao started to write THE VILLAGE GIRL at primary school. She is currently writing her second book.
Lungelihle S. Dlamini
Lungelihle S. Dlamini is a very patient 18 year old (2020) who loves to take her time when she creates. Though this is not her first attempt to write a book, it’s her completed project. Her inspiration for THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE DEAD GIRL derives from identifying a need for such an enthralling piece of work. She is currently (2020) working on her next project which will feature Royalty as the leading character.