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Mirroring the Legends

Velile Makasana


  • Isbn(Print) 9781928348344
  • Isbn (E-book) 9781928348351
  • pages 134
  • Price 169
  • Published 2016-12-01

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About the book

Mirroring the Legends inculcates African philosophy of respect that runs deep to the roots of children’s upbringing. It sews the African philosophic way of life and formal education into a seamless product for nation building. The book advises the youth about the dangers of peer pressures and reckless behaviour in modern times, while encouraging adherence to the strict values of Ubuntu and the importance of formal education. Mirroring the Legends is a powerful and artistic work that advocates the principles of egalitarianism. Despite youth challenges, Junior subconsciously emulates George Mbokotho to achieve his dreams. This work is relevant to all generations.


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Velile Makasana

About the author

Velile Makasana was born and brought up in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. He is a born again Christian who comes from humble beginnings. He holds two law degrees namely LLB Degree from Vista University and LLM (Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice) from Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth. He is an admitted Advocate of the High Court of South Africa. He is currently working as a Regional Court Prosecutor, Port Elizabeth, in the Department of Justice. He has more than ten year experience in the legal fraternity.