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Ken Sibanda's New Book!

Wednesday, July 31, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Joe Libertelli
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Ken SibandaCongrats to Ken Sibanda, who has just published the first of a three part graphic novel, Hannibal the Great: Hannibal is Born, which is now available on  

UDC-DCSL was pleased to have Ken study with us in 2008-2009 when he was a non-degree student earning credits to take the DC Bar.  

Ken is an American writer / director born in Transkei South Africa; of the Xhosa (Mpondo) tribe - Holoza clan. Ah! Dabulamanzi. He directed the short film The Triangle in 2010 and Vindicator prequel, Colony Venus in 2013.

A lawyer by profession, Sibanda holds law degrees from the University of London (LL.B), (with honors) and a Masters in Trial Advocacy from Temple Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia.

In 2011, Ken Sibanda wrote the science fiction novel, The Return To Gibraltar.  (He) is also known for a collection of literary poems entitled: The Songs of Soweto: Poems from A Post Apartheid South Africa.

Ken Sibanda directed the up-coming feature film Vindicator ( 2013). And co-directs the upcoming Hannibal the Great Trilogy with Joshua Sinclair ( Shaka Zulu: The Citadel), based on his Hannibal the Great graphic novels."

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