Vusi Moloi               Poetry                Third Millennium Publishing


In 1984, Vusi Moloi graduated as a journalist and professional writer. Later that year, he was recruited to be a Television Journalist for SABC TV News in South Africa, where he worked with television greats like Zama Masondo. Relentless apartheid police harassment exiled him to Botswana in 1987. Prior to exile, he worked with political figures in the women’s liberation movement like Sheena Duncan of the Black Sash at Khotso House, Johannesburg. The author credits the intellectual heavyweight and literary master Dr. S.D. Ngcongwane of the University of Zululand who greatly inspired the author and shaped his writing skills.

Vusi delivered the last poetry rendition inside South Africa in August 1987 with the help of the people’s poet Mzwakhe Mbuli at the Women’s Liberation Conference organized by the Federation of Transvaal Women (FEDTRAW) at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. This historic event was attended by legends like the indefatigable Mrs. Winnie Mandela, Mrs. Albertina Sisulu, Helen Joseph, Peter Mokaba, Mzwakhe Mbuli and many others.

In exile, he lived in the ANC camp in Northern Botswana, where he continued his poetry. Then, in 1989, he immigrated to Canada. He has yet to see the South African liberation for which he fought so hard. The author has two beautiful children, Nomfanelo and Dumehlezi.


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