Andiswa Mvanyashe

Rookie - 10 Points (07-05-1986 / Qumbu (Eastern Cape))

Biography of Andiswa Mvanyashe

I, Andiswa Mvanyashe, a former lecturer and an isiXhosa language Practioner, was born in Qumbu village at Tsilitwa. I attended my primary school at Mbambisa JSS in Qumbu. In 1998 I went to do my secondary education in Zimele Junior Secondary School in Khwezi location in Mthatha. In 2001, I started my high school in Little Flower high at Qumbu. In 2004, I proceeded with my education and went to former University of Port Elizabeth where in 2008; I graduated with a BA degree in Media culture and Communications under Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. I hold a Masters Degree in IsiXhosa which I obtained in 2011, BA Honors in Isixhosa (2009 from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University) . During my university studies I served as a Surgent’n Arms and Public relations Officer in Toastmasters Society. I also designed a website for Toastmers Society, ABASA and Provocative ladies. In 2009, I worked as an IsiXhosa Junior Lecturer at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. In 2010, I started working as a Communications Intern at Renault South Africa in Johannesburg. In 2011 I worked in Pretoria for a Non-profit organization called as an IsiXhosa language Practitioner. I was also nominated as a Gnome intern (international company) under localisation for IsiXhosa language 2011. In 2013 I came back to Port Elizabeth to work as an isiXhosa lecturer at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, where I had the privilege of assisting in the creation of the Intinga Journal. Now I’m currently freelancing as an IsiXhosa Language Practitioner and finishing my Phd in isiXhosa Language.

Andiswa Mvanyashe's Works:

I have my poems published in the book called 'Yachitheka Ingqaka' Updates


Gram gram iyagramzeka
Wayitha iyatheka
Wayinambitha iyaginyeka
Iyiphekile intombi kaMqithi
Wayingcamla uNjingalwazi
Hayi kodwa abanye bayingcamla bayishiya
Abanye bayitya bayityekeze
Kwabanye bayitya bangayiginyi
Yehla kamnandi emqaleni kwabayifunayo

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