All stories tell of humane character in a feuding historic moment: whether it is in the West of America, South Africa's diamond mines or the dramatic events of Kenya's Maumau rebels who rebelled against the British en masse, the setting does not underscore the commonality of conditions.
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About the Author
Ken Sibanda is an American Constitutional and human rights lawyer. Born in Qunu, Eastern Cape South Africa. A pioneer in hard-core science-fiction with the publication of, "The Return to Gibraltar" in 2011.
Sibanda graduated from the University of London (LL.B), (with honors) and holds a double Masters, in Litigation, from the nationally ranked Temple Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia; and California Western School of law.
He has written for numerous publications including The Jerusalem Post (a regular contributor) and New York Amsterdam News. In South Africa, he has written for City Press, The Sunday Independent, News24, SA Breaking News, The Sunday Independent and The Star.
Sibanda is a frequent speaker on the Rule of Law, International law and Human Rights. Known affectionately as Tecumseh: for his accomplishments in literature and law.