We are joined in the loft by software engineer and published historian, Zulumathabo Zulu. He is a man with many hats though, as he is also published author, lexicographer, inventor, poet, blogger and publisher.
Zulumathabo is full of knowledge on African heritage, his day job maybe that of a software engineer, but he also published hundreds of articles, including over 8 books. He studied computer science in Canada while on exile during the Apartheid, when he was forcedto relocate to Botswana. While there he also dove into the worlds of of computational neuroscience, analysis of experimental studies in brain processing for his Thekwini engineering project as well as African civilization and African Philosophy of Science, as part of his independent research.
Since then he has published many crucial books in African culture such as ‘Sesotho Dictionary of Mathematics’, ‘The Sacred Knowledge of the Desert: African Philosophical Transcendence’, ‘African Origin of Mathematics’, as well as academic papers The Design Theory of Letanta and African Origin of Mathematical Teaching and Learning.
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