Imbokodo: Women Who Shape Us: 10 Curious Inventors, Healers & Creators Booksite Afrika

Imbokodo: Women Who Shape Us: 10 Curious Inventors, Healers & Creators

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Book Title
Imbokodo: Women Who Shape Us: 10 Curious Inventors, Healers & Creators
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Booksite Afrika
ISBN
9781431431786
Imbokodo: Women Who Shape Us is a groundbreaking series of books which introduces you to the powerful stories of South African women who have all made their mark and cleared a path for women and girls. These books recognise, acknowledge and honour our heroines and elders from the past and the present. South African women are silent no more on the roles that we have played in advancing our lives as artists, storytellers, writers, politicians and educationists. The title ‘Imbokodo’ was been chosen as it is a Zulu word that means “rock” and is often used in the saying ‘Wathint’ Abafazi, Wathint’ Imbokodo!’, which means “You Strike a Women, You Strike a Rock!” In 10 Curious Inventors, Healers & Creators you will read about the women who shape our world through education, science and maths. You will read about women who became teachers, nurses, social workers, scientists and community workers, overcame obstacles and through their work fought for social change. Nokutela Linderly Dube Cecilia Lilian Tshabalala Sibusisiwe Violet Makhanya Dora Nginza Louisa Mvemve The Makiwane Sisters: Daisy, Florence and Cecilia Nontsikelelo Qwelane Zanele Mbeki Professor Tebello Nyokong Dr Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka These books were made possible with the support of Biblionef and funding from the National Arts Council.

Imbokodo: Women Who Shape Us is a groundbreaking series of books which introduces you to the powerful stories of South African women who have all made their mark and cleared a path for women and girls. These books recognise, acknowledge and honour our heroines and elders from the past and the present.

South African women are silent no more on the roles that we have played in advancing our lives as artists, storytellers, writers, politicians and educationists.

The title ‘Imbokodo’ was been chosen as it is a Zulu word that means “rock” and is often used in the saying ‘Wathint’ Abafazi, Wathint’ Imbokodo!’, which means “You Strike a Women, You Strike a Rock!”

In 10 Curious Inventors, Healers & Creators you will read about the women who shape our world through education, science and maths. You will read about women who became teachers, nurses, social workers, scientists and community workers, overcame obstacles and through their work fought for social change.

  1. Nokutela Linderly Dube
  2. Cecilia Lilian Tshabalala
  3. Sibusisiwe Violet Makhanya
  4. Dora Nginza
  5. Louisa Mvemve
  6. The Makiwane Sisters: Daisy, Florence and Cecilia
  7. Nontsikelelo Qwelane
  8. Zanele Mbeki
  9. Professor Tebello Nyokong
  10. Dr Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka

These books were made possible with the support of Biblionef and funding from the National Arts Council.

Imbokodo: Women Who Shape Us is a groundbreaking series of books which introduces you to the powerful stories of South African women who have all made their mark and cleared a path for women and girls. These books recognise, acknowledge and honour our heroines and elders from the past and the present.

South African women are silent no more on the roles that we have played in advancing our lives as artists, storytellers, writers, politicians and educationists.

The title ‘Imbokodo’ was been chosen as it is a Zulu word that means “rock” and is often used in the saying ‘Wathint’ Abafazi, Wathint’ Imbokodo!’, which means “You Strike a Women, You Strike a Rock!”

In 10 Curious Inventors, Healers & Creators you will read about the women who shape our world through education, science and maths. You will read about women who became teachers, nurses, social workers, scientists and community workers, overcame obstacles and through their work fought for social change.

  1. Nokutela Linderly Dube
  2. Cecilia Lilian Tshabalala
  3. Sibusisiwe Violet Makhanya
  4. Dora Nginza
  5. Louisa Mvemve
  6. The Makiwane Sisters: Daisy, Florence and Cecilia
  7. Nontsikelelo Qwelane
  8. Zanele Mbeki
  9. Professor Tebello Nyokong
  10. Dr Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka

These books were made possible with the support of Biblionef and funding from the National Arts Council.