Mazisi Kunene

| birth_name = Mazisi kaMdabuli Kunene | nationality = South African | occupation = poet, national historian, diplomat | death_date = | death_place = Durban, South Africa | notable works = ''Emperor Shaka the Great''}}

Mazisi (Raymond) Kunene (12 May 1930 – 11 August 2006) was a South African poet best known for his poem ''Emperor Shaka the Great''. While in exile from South Africa's apartheid regime, Kunene was an active supporter and organizer of the anti-apartheid movement in Europe and Africa. He would later teach at UCLA and become Africa's and South Africa's poet laureate. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Kunene, Mazisi
Published 1979
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by Kunene, Mazisi
Published 1981
Heinemann

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by Kunene, Mazisi
Published 1982
Heinemann