Alfred Qabula: Poet and Organiser

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This publication is part of a series called “Working Class Leaders: the story of their lives and thoughts”. This publication focuses on Alfred Qabula, a poet, worker, and trade union organiser.

Author: Khanya College

Language: English

Publisher: Khanya Publishing

Year of Publishing: 2011

Country of Publication: South Africa

Edition: 1

Jacket: Paperback

No. of Pages: 24

Genre: Biography & Memoir

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Condition: Very Good

SKU/ISBN: 978-0-620-51068-4 Category:
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About the Book

This publication is part of a series called “Working Class Leaders: the story of their lives and thoughts”. This publication focuses on Alfred Qabula, a poet, worker, and trade union organiser. It looks at his formative years and influences, his involvement in the Pondoland Revolt as a young man, his working life in Johannesburg, his move to Durban, his cultural and political activism in FOSATU, his love life and finally his last days, before passing away in 2002.

About the Author

Khanya College is an independent non-governmental organisation based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Established in 1986, the primary aim of Khanya College is to assist various constituencies within working class and poor communities to respond to the challenges posed by the forces of economic and political globalisation. Khanya College offers assistance through providing educational and training workshops, publications and research to organisations and individuals in these communities.