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Mandla Langa

Mandla Langa born 1950 in Stanger, Durban is a South African poet, short-story writer, novelist, and cultural activist. He grew up in KwaMashu a Town of Kwazulu Natal. His novel The Lost Colours of the Chameleon won the 2009 Common Wealth Write’s Prize in the African region.

Langa was brought in to complete the second volume of Nelson Mandela’s autobiography, left in an unfinished draft when Mandela died in 2013, and published in 2017 as Dare not Linger :The Presidential Years.