The People, Clans & Events That Shaped Southern Africa
Many nearly forgotten stories; even by those living in the areas in which the events occurred
A Look Inside
The story is told of Nghunghuyani, grandson of Shoshangana and son of Muzila, who stood defiantly against Portuguese rule in Mozambique, was captured and exiled to the West Indies where he died far from the people and country he loved.
The people, clans & events that Shaped Southern Africa
For the first time a series collects and retells, with equal importance and emphasis, the story of the ancestors of all South Africans. Most of these stories have their bi-centenary this century. Many are nearly forgotten even by those living in the provinces in which the events occurred. >Written in English for the First Additional Language learner, Our Story provides an opportunity for all South African learners to discover the stories of their own ancestors and those of their fellow citizens.