Freedom Versus Apartheid

by Jacob Khumalo

Format(s): Soft Cover Print

Language: English

About The Book

This book is about mental freedom. Its purpose is not to offend anyone or to be xenophobic or racist. This book is about the reality of humankind; a reality that people sometimes don’t want to hear about or become determined enough to change. The most important aspect of this book is to try and help people by making a change in their lives so that they can live like human beings are supposed to live, with respect and dignity for one another; and more importantly, to help poor people. My heart is for the poor people of this world. When you read this book, please keep in mind those who cannot afford anything and please try to make a contribution to help make their lives better. My love goes out to the poor people in this world. We are one. I know what it means to be poor. Poverty is real.

About The Author

Author: Jacob Khumalo

The author is a guy who was born during apartheid South Africa, who grew up at the farms and attended farm school. He is the third born in a family of seven. He later moved to a village of Mokopane until finishing matric. He then moved to Pretoria to attend university and look for work. He is a simple man – with a lot of friends from all over the world, of different races and nationalities. He is always trying to make the world a better place in one way or the other through some effort. And he hopes we will all join his wonderful world.