Title: Walking in the Shadow of Life
Author: Isaiah Ramashala
Size: 210mm x 148mm, 180 pages
Two siblings from the same mother’s love are led into the road that diverges into a thicket. As they reach the Y-junction, they will have to make a critical choice which will have long-lasting effects.
Tau and Tshepo were begot of the same mother, Ramasela and were close friends. They shared a lot at school and at home. Tau was older and bigger. Tshepo was younger and smaller. Tshepo knew that Tau was her elder brother. She honoured and respected him for that.
Tau was diabolic, robust, wicked and stubborn. The road he took landed him on the wrong side of the law – his entire life was a mess and complicated. In contrast Tshepo was celestial, chaste, intelligent and shrewd. She ascended the ladder of success with aplomb.
The book is more than a novel. To a greater part it is a motivational book. This is a must read book for everyone: learners, teachers, parents, education practitioners, politicians, law enforcers and everybody.
About the Author: Isaiah Ramashala is a seasoned script writer of Radio dramas and serials, having published more than six in that industry, between 1985 and 1997, for Radio Lebowa Stereo, now known as Thobela FM. He is a teacher by profession and has taught for more than 20 years between 1976 and 1997. Isaiah is an accredited and registered trainer/facilitator, assessor and moderator. He has facilitated for a number of companies, including the University of Limpopo, between the years 2000 and 2016.
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