When Seasons Charge

By Nkosana Zali

General fiction | Paperback, eBook


A young Harvard graduate is shot and killed when his lawyers mount a spirited appeal case against a ten year sentence for a crime he did not commit. When he was sentenced, the president of his country, Nicos Muhlaba, was serving the last years of a mandatory two terms as both the leader of the country and of the ruling Run Mowa People’s Party (RMPP). Several candidates were lining up to take over from him.



Nkosana Zali is a freelance writer, a budding South African media and property entrepreneur. He has extensive political and historical experience and insight into Southern Africa’s politics, spanning a quarter of a century. Initiated into politics by the late Steve Biko’s black consciousness movement, Nkosana was detained for eighteen months under Apartheid South Africa’s notorious State of Emergency Regulations from 1986 to 1988. He is a ‘card-carrying and active member of the African National Congress.’ He considers this book as a contribution to social discourse and ‘as something you read before life gives you Politics 101. It is politics-lite!’


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Nkosana Zali is a freelance writer, a budding South African media and property entrepreneur. He has extensive political and historical experience and insight into Southern Africa’s politics, spanning a quarter of a century. Initiated into politics by the late Steve Biko’s black consciousness movement, Nkosana was detained for eighteen months under Apartheid South Africa’s notorious State of Emerg...


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