One is Xoliswa Ximiya, the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Bhonco.As the headmistress of the local secondary school, Xoliswa Ximiya rejects tradition and wants to see her country develop along the lines of the United States.
Okay, take a deep breath: his real name is Zanemvula (Zah-name-voo-lah) Kizito (Kee-zee-toe) Gatyeni (Got-yay-nee) Mda (Mmm-dah). Zakes Mda was born in 1948 in Herschel, South Africa.
His mother's name was Rose, and his father's name was Ashbey.
Bhonco, Twin-Twin’s direct descendant, has inherited the scars that Twin-Twin suffered after being accused of being a wizard.
He has resurrected the cult of the Unbelievers and continues to feud with the descendants of Twin.
Zakes became a member of the South African Writers' Association in 1982. Although he began writing well before 1982, many of his pieces were written after 1982.
Here is a list of some of his writings: One of Zakes' most famous novels is Ways of Dying.
But in Johannesburg, Camagu finds that his country does not want his help, and so plans to go back into “exile.” Instead of driving to the airport, Camagu takes a 10-hour detour to Qolorha-by-Sea to see if he can find the woman who had captivated him the night before.
While he does not find her, he finds two other women who appeal to different sides of him.
Zim, the direct descendant of Twin, continues in the faith of his ancestor and has passed his strong belief in the prophesies to his daughter, Qukezwa.
Camagu spent most of his life in the United States but returned to South Africa to rebuild his country after the fall of apartheid.