N’wayitelo Bruce Chuma was born in Mahlathi village, Giyani, South Africa. He did his primary at Vusizi Primary School then started his secondary at Giva Mahlathi High School. He later relocated to Nkowankowa where he matriculated at Hudson Ntsan’wisi Senior Secondary.
He has always been very ambitious towards his dreams. He is an open-minded person and he is always pushing himself to the maximum limit. He enjoys motivating a lot and he believes he is capable of doing much more than his imagination.
His book is made up of different motivating essays which encourage the reader never to stop believing and always to work hard towards their ultimate dream.
The book is titled Living A Dream.
Olive Caldwell Lee was born and raised in the Ottawa Valley, very close to the original homesteads she describes in her book, surrounded by the stories and the spirit of the region.
She is a graduate of Queen’s University at Kingston.
She now lives in the Lower Fraser Valley in British Columbia with her husband Jung Lee.
Her book is titled Living Out the Dream and describes the journey of her ancestors as the emigrated from Ireland and settled in the Ottawa area about 1820.
Pastor Mzamani Morris Chauke was a Bible preacher, a high school educator, a passionate and uncompromising teacher of the Word of God. He obtained his theological training from The Full Gospel Bible College and held a Master of Theology Degree, an Hons. B.ED, B.A. and many certificates and diplomas in management. He was the founder and Senior Pastor of Philadelphia Word of Life Centre based in Nkowankowa, near Tzaneen.
He was a lecturer, motivator, Bible teacher, speaker, healer, prolific author and self-publisher.
His books include God Wants you Healed, Blessed Through the Word, Rise and Be Healed, Twelve Metaphors of the Word and Sweeter than Honey. He self-published all these books.
Sadly, he passed away in the summer of 2021.
Phetole Cedric Malemela was born in Lephepane, Tzaneen, South Africa in 1993. He was the first born of Mr. Judas and Mrs. Selina Malemela, followed by one sister and two brothers.
He reflects a varied personality including ambition and the qualities of generosity and thoughtfulness. He encourages working hard for what you desire and believe in and doing it through God. He knows that nothing great comes easily and that with God everything is possible.
He is motivated by his love for learning about computers and succeeding as he strives to become an outstanding and successful man in today’s society with the goal of becoming a professional and well-known computer technician.
His book is titled Hope for My Success.
Sheilah Nyakane is the first born of her family. She has twin siblings, a girl and boy and they live with her mom, a single parent who works very hard to support the family.
Sheilah went to university and completed her studies last year. She had a first job for about three months but is back in Tzaneen now.
From the age of 15, she wanted to be an author.
Her first book is titled The Darkest Secret of Life and, of course, we cannot reveal what that secret was. You will have to order the book to find out.
Silver Nkomane was born in September 1999 in Tzaneen, South Africa, in Nkomaneni Dan C Village. He lived with his parents, two sisters and one young brother.
When he wrote this biography, he was in Grade 11 at Progress Secondary School, doing science subjects and believed that he would become an engineer. Currently, he is taking a course in Information Technology at Capricorn Tvet College in Polokwane.
He is mentored by Blessed Thabang Mobosi and a part of his preaching and motivational campaign that is raising great leaders of tomorrow.
Silver has written two books: From Your Village to Your City and Live your Dreams.
Sithabiso Sandra Ngwenya (a.k.a. KittyKits Ngilocy) was born in December 1988 in Zimbabwe in the City of Kings Bulawayo and bred in the small border town of Plumtree.
She is a product of the acclaimed mission school Empandeni High School.
She is a writer, poet, teacher and a soccer coach who finds solace in expressing herself through her writings. Currently, she is a student at the University of South Africa pursuing a Bachelor of Education degree.
Her first book is Thorns of a Rose, a novel describing the plight of a girl sold as a child bride at the age of 17 set in rural South Africa in the 1990's.
William Jenkins V is a retired computer guy and the proud developer of this website. He was born in Ottawa in 1932 and received a B.A. at Queen’s University at Kingston in 1954. He worked for 45 years in the computer field.
He started writing a few mysteries for ten-year-old middle school children in 2012 and then began publishing for others as a hobby.
His writing includes eight mystery-adventure stories for middle school kids now in one volume titled Brockville Mysteries and Adventures, one mystery for adults titled The Case of the Intrepid Investigator, a report on his work with South African writers titled Famous Writers, and a biography of his late wife called A Tribute to Claire.