During the course of my life in exile, I met so many people, exchanging ideas and experiences with them. Some of the stories cannot be easily told.
Jaki Seroke is one of the few I have journeyed through thick and thin with, in Swaziland and in tbe United Kingdom; to an extent that returning home after thirty three years in exile, my first car on home soil was donated by him. The role of art in the struggle for freedom underpinned all our actions. Bicca Maseko, Matsemela Manaka, Maishe Maponya and Ingoapele Madingoane formed a formidable force. Poetry became the main vehicle for harnessing the spirit of our disenchanted youth in those difficult times.
I have no doubt that Seroke’s memoirs, layered as they are with deep insights, will be a great read for those of us who shared his life together. I have no hesitation in saying that those who do not know him will benefit a lot from the tale of his experiences, in his fearlessness and audacity to Serve, Suffer and Sacrifice in the manner that both Sobukwe and Biko enjoined us to do.
Seroke’s memoirs will throw lots of light on the betrayals that our people are currently facing!
NTULI’S ART IN SCULPTURE AND POETRY IS UNIVERSALLY ACCLAIMED AND HE HAS COLLECTED PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS FOR HIS WORK.
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