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Frelimo militant the story of Ingwane from Mozambique, an ordinary, yet extraordinary man, awakened ... by Ndabaningi Sithole

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Published by Transafrica in Nairobi .
Written in English



  • Mozambique


  • Ingwane, Julius Paunde Shimangane.,
  • Mozambique -- Biography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementNdabaningi Sithole.
ContributionsIngwane, Julius Paunde Shimangane.
LC ClassificationsCT2248.I53 S58
The Physical Object
Pagination187 p. ;
Number of Pages187
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4398488M
LC Control Number78980395

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He was a FRELIMO militant from the early stages of the liberation struggles and the later Mozambican president. It expresses his deep concern about Mozambican independence and shows his belief in unity, armed struggle and sacrifice if the need be as the main weapons to overcome colonial rule and regain the lost independence. ‘Militant’ is his moving account of his own spiritual awakening and also the most excoriating and truthful account of the rot that has set in not just in society, but in the Church itself. The word ‘classic’ is highly abused, but in time this remarkable and highly informative book will rightly be describes as such/5(). Search. View Back Issues. Use the dropdown below to view a list of links for all the issues for a given year. – Jorge Rebelo, poet, long-time Frelimo militant, and cabinet minister in the first government of a liberated Mozambique. Saul’s writing is as much the fruit of many decades of struggle and commitment to the cause of the working class in Africa as it is of careful scholarly work.