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Es'kia Mphahlele was born in 1919 in Limpopo. He began his career as a writer for Drum magazine and published his first stories, Man Must Live, in 1947.
l 1957: He went into exile when the government banned him because of his stand against apartheid.
l 1968: He received a PhD from the University of Denver in the US and left a full professorship at the University of Pennsylvania to return to South Africa in 1977.
l 1978: He became a professor at the University of the Witwaters-
His Down Second Avenue (1959) is a moving, vivid account of growing up in South Africa. Of his novels, The Wanderers (1969) was banned for many years . Another novel, Chirundu (1980), takes place in an imaginary African country.