Updated: Jul 5
Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa is the author in focus this month. His writings were ahead of their time but are inspiring a new audience interested in learning from first sources. Look no further than Credo. If you liked Aesop's fables, his last published volume, "Indaba", contain various tales, myths and stories that many have heard told by their grandfathers and grandmothers near the fire when they were growing up.
Indaba covers a variety of subjects, from ancient belief systems and how they came to be, to how those very beliefs have been abandoned after the introduction of foreign belief systems, a change that took many centuries.
We present three of Credo Mutwa's works:
Indaba My Children
The latest edition of Indaba My Children with an introduction
The collections of myths, legend and stories from Mutwa
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