Bafana Bafana: A Story of Soccer, Magic and Mandela

Bafana Bafana: A Story of Soccer, Magic and Mandela

Troy Blacklaws Andrew Stooke / Jan 18, 2020

Bafana Bafana A Story of Soccer Magic and Mandela The story of young Pele this work takes a solitary journey from his small village to as he hopes to fulfill his dream of seeing the South African soccer team play in the World Cup Along the way

  • Title: Bafana Bafana: A Story of Soccer, Magic and Mandela
  • Author: Troy Blacklaws Andrew Stooke
  • ISBN: 9781770097186
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The story of young Pele, this work takes a solitary journey from his small village to as he hopes to fulfill his dream of seeing the South African soccer team play in the 2010 World Cup Along the way Pele meets an array of magical and whimsical characters who guide him through his journey An inspirational book that encourages readers to follow their dreams, this story alThe story of young Pele, this work takes a solitary journey from his small village to as he hopes to fulfill his dream of seeing the South African soccer team play in the 2010 World Cup Along the way Pele meets an array of magical and whimsical characters who guide him through his journey An inspirational book that encourages readers to follow their dreams, this story also features delightful and poignant illustrations.

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    About "Troy Blacklaws Andrew Stooke"

      • Troy Blacklaws Andrew Stooke

        I was born in 1965 in Natal, South Africa I was uprooted at 9 when my father landed a job on a wine farm in the Cape At 14 I discovered South Africa was a world pariah and that black men were shot in their struggle for freedom Baited as a kaffirboetie a niggerlover , I became an outsider at Paarl Boys High I studied English and History at Rhodes University and then spent two bitter years as a conscript in the army I would not carry a gun Nelson Mandela was in jail during all this time.I have taught English in England at Stowe and Sherborne , Germany, Austria and Singapore.My writings so far draw on memories of my boyhood in apartheid South Africa.


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