Mandla Langa
Mandla Langa is South African. Mandla Langa skipped bail in 1976 and went into exile. He has lived in Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Angola, where he did MK military training, Zambia, Budapest and London.
Mandla Langa Updated: 9.8.2010 The 2010 Man Hong Kong International Literary Festival will be held from 11-19 March. RTHK Radio 3 is proud to be the Radio partner of the festival once again, and Sarah Passmore was joined by Mandla Langa to talk about his own story and his award-winning book The Lost Colours of the Chameleon (2008).

In 1980 he won the Drum story contest and in 1991 he was awarded the Arts Council of Great Britain Bursary for creative writing, the first for a South African. He has held various ANC posts abroad, such as Cultural Representative in the UK and Western Europe.

His published works include; Tenderness of Blood (1987), A Rainbow on a Paper Sky (1989), The Naked Song and Other Stories (1997) and The Memory of Stones (2000). Langa won the African section of the Commonwealth Writers' Prize for his latest novel, The Lost Colours of the Chameleon (2008).
Book Information
The Lost Colours of the Chameleon - by Mandla Langa - Read More
Publisher: Pan Macmillan South Africa
Publication Date: September 26, 2008
ISBN-13: 978-1770100848
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