Title: Tourism Can Be a Cruel Industry
Author: Mfundo Ngcangca
Size: 190mm x 130mm, 51 pages
ISBN: 978-1-920411-89-3 (print)
The world of tourism is often somewhat undermined in African countries, including in South Africa. This multi-faceted, money spinning industry continues to hold many in its thrall. This illuminating book sheds light on the genre of tourism, generally in South Africa, with some focus on the Free State. There is a broad panoramic vision elicited by the author.
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About the Author: My first name is Mfundo (Education). My Hlubi mother told me the name was reserved for me while busy with her education programmes. Like so many Bantu tribes, we practiced male circumcision as initiation. In my view our cultural actions may seem insignificant and inconsequential, but are central and essential to our basic day-to-day existence and proud heritage in the new millennium.
We still pay lobola to the parents of a bride as our great-grand fathers did. At the time they worked their fields for years to buy gifts and cattle for the lobola. So many Africans have forgotten the practice!
We should never under-estimate the power of the ALMIGHTY. I have relatives all over the world, the Ndlovu clan are a bigger tribe, millions in Africa..
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