Flashes in her Soul – The Life of Jabu Ndlovu.


“Flashes in her soul” is the story of Jabu Ndlovu, a shop steward of the Nation Union of Metal Workers of South Africa and a leader in the community of Imbali. Jabu, her husband and her daughter were killed in a brutal attack on their home in the war in Natal. The story explores Jabu’s roots in the rural areas of the Natal Midlands. It traces her move to township life and factory employment, and shows the courage and compassion with which she fought against all forms of exploitation.

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Limp pictorial card covers,corners slightly rubbed and curled,but nice and clean.Size 10×7 pp 6+88,inc a list of names of the women that are known to have been killed in the political violence in the Natal Midlands in 1987–1990.plates,page map.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Internaly clean and bright throughout.Extreme outer edges slightly soiled through handling.There is a piece torn out of page 39, but with no loss of text.That’s a great shame.Pure vandalism.A good–v/g clean copy.


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