Throughout his life, Wilson Lwandhle Magadhla was a keen observer of life’s happenings around him. As he went about his work in the police force as a detective and investigator, he recorded many interesting observations, often describing them as epiphanies. These insights came to him in various moments, whether during his tasks, while driving on the road, engaged in conversations with friends, or even in his sleep. He always kept a permanent notebook by his bedside and in his pocket, ready to jot down these observations, which he found to be quite handy. At times, he would stop driving and park on the roadside to ensure he didn’t forget an observation that could “evaporate” from his mind.
In this work, you will find unique insights that are different from many others yet also hold similarities to various aspects of life’s happenings.
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“This work is indeed a mirror that reflects the truth you have always known but were not conscious of.” – Mandla Mthembu, Friend and Researcher at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.