Tarcisius Malan George Silundika: The Story of a Freedom Fighter

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This is a previously untold story of a man widely regarded as one of the chief icons of the struggle against British colonial rule in Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe. Tarcisius George Silundika, known in his political circles as TG, was a man whose understanding of the sociopolitical order under the colonial era forced him and others to adopt a militant approach that spawned the launch of African liberation movements in Rhodesia. He spearheaded for eighteen years the armed struggle through the Zimbabwe African People's Union, ZAPU from exile in Zambia while simultaneously criss-crossing world capitals in search for financial and material support for the revolution. Silundika died in April 1981 after the attainment of independence. This book, compiled by Felix Silundika is largely a narrative of Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu's recollections of the eighteen years he spent in exile working alongside TG. It is a remarkable tale of sacrifice and unwavering commitment to the principles of freedom.

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Felix Felisizwe is the youngest of Martha and TG Silundika's four children. He graduated from Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia with a BA in Political Science before moving to Canada. There he continued with his studies at Algonquin College and earned a graduate certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language, TESL. He has taught at Algonquin's main campus and more recently has been teaching at its "College of Excellence" campus in Jazan, Saudi Arabia. Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu, (whose recollections this book is largely a narrative of) was born in 1934 at the Dombodema Mission, west of Plumtree in Zimbabwe. He studied at various institutions in southern Africa before joining ZAPU in 1964 as a full time founding editor of of The Zimbabwe Review, a party periodical that was published by the Information and Publicity secretariat which was headed by TG Silundika. Ndlovu has written several books on Zimbabwe's struggle against colonial rule including one titled "The voice of Joshua Nkomo." Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu's own liberation credentials combined with his robust experience as a journalist make him one of the most sought after historians in Zimbabwe today. He is based in the city of Bulawayo.

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Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu is an accomplished writer, news editor, political commentator, and a historian. He has so far written three books on the history of the liberation struggle of Zimbabwe. Saul's first involvement in politics dates back to a time in the early 1950s in South Africa when he attended African nationalist rallies and meetings addressed by the likes of Albert Luthuli and Nelson Mandela. While in South Africa, he enrolled in an English language course that was taught by none other that Oliver Tambo, future president of the ANC. On his return to Rhodesia, he became actively involved in politics and later joined the liberation struggle and worked as the chief editor of the Zimbabwe Review, a ZAPU periodical. After independence in 1980, he returned to Zimbabwe and continued his work as a journalist. Saul is married and lives in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Felix Felisizwe is the youngest of TG and Martha Tyeza Silundika's four children. He holds a BA degree in political science from Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. He has been teaching English as a second language in Canada as well as in the Middle East. This is his first book.

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