This is the beginning of bigger and better things for Nick Nkuna, the 22 years old Information Technology and Computer Science student at Capricorn College (Polokwane).
Coming from the disadvantaged background and the dusty streets of Runnymede Village never stopped him from living his dream.
N’wamitwa Times can now confirm that all is set for the release of his Poetry book “A Hearse In Different Colours”. 02 April 2019, history will be made in all corners of the countryside villages of N’wamitwa Traditional Authority and beyond. Skeem Saam’s Zamokuhle inspired the masses by achieving a status of being called a “Published Author” while still busy with his studies at Turfloop High. Now history will be made by Nick Nkuna on a similar role of Zamokuhle from the Limpopo’s most love youth drama.
Nick Nkuna wants to inspire young people who aspire to reach their dreams. He strives to write Poetry that will be enjoyed and be relevant not only in South Africa; but throughout the globe. Nick started writing at an early age, he is no stranger to writing inspiring Poems, and although he can’t pinpoint his winning formula, he knows he was born to write great masterpieces. Nick is ecstatic about 2019 as he is dropping what he calls the biggest project of his life, a project that will launch his writing career – “A Hearse In Different Colours”.
Nick added that he is now juggling Capricorn College responsibilities with his energized commitment to writing Poetry. The project is packed with beautiful Poems, this is a beautiful presentation by Nick Nkuna; a book packed with soul healing Poems, a book for everyone and all sort of moods.
Please support Nick Nkuna, the future of N’wamitwa Traditional Authority is in good hands! More details will be available tomorrow about where you can buy the copy and support the young man. The price of the book is R160.00
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE BOOK, PLEASE CONTACT NICK NKUNA @ 071 054 5135