An illustrated, advanced level reader.
Against the Wind tells the stories of five remarkable South Africans: Simon Mkhize who, year after year, ran the Comrades Marathon unofficially, ignoring its racial bans; Magema M. Fuze, the first black South African to publish a book in Zulu; Sibusisiwe Violet Makhanya, the first black woman to become a qualified social worker; K.E. Masinga, the first black radio announcer; Nhlumba Bertha Mkhize, one of the first people to champion women’s rights in South Africa.
Illustrated with black and white photos.
|Peppercorn Book Number: 610-0009|
|Publisher: New Readers Publishers|
|Illustrated: b&w photos|
|Place of Publication: Durban, South Africa|
|Year of Publication: 1992|
|Reader Level: Advanced 1|
|Size: A5, portrait|
|Length: 42 pages|