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Hi there

My name is Zaid Aysen. I was born in Durban South Africa. My parents are Cape-Malay so although I stay in the Eastern part of South Africa (ie. Kwazulu Natal), I could probably be classified as Malay or Coloured. I was born and spent a small portion of my youth in the closing days of Aparheid. Although I may not have been as intensely affected by the racial discrimination that my parents and grandparents may have exposed and subjected to, I do in fact have a facial scar that bears testimony to the injustices perpetrated at that time.

As a youth, I attended a coloured primary school in the area I stayed in with fairly substandard academic and sporting facilities. However, as times changed, I was accepted into a predominantly white Senior primary school and high school and attained a matric exemption from Westville Boys' High.

I then took 2 years away from academic studies to go to Cape Town. In Cape Town I studied in a Muslim Theological Institution known as Madressah Miftaghul Ilm where I put the entire Arabic Quran to memory.

After graduating from the institution as a Hafizul Quran, I then initiated my tertiary academic studies. I have subsequently graduated from the University of Natal with a Bachelor of Commerce Degree majoring in Taxation and Accounting.

I have always had a keen interest in the banking sector and have worked my way up from clerical to management. I am now the Area Compliance Officer for Kwazulu Natal for HBZ Bank Ltd.

About my book entitled: Salaam from South Africa

Salaam from South Africa is a diary account of a few days out the life of Zaid Aysen, a South African muslim.
The diary entries focus on the everyday activities of an average South African citizen.
It is narrated in a witty, tactful manner and touches on the diverse culture of the Muslim people in South Africa.
It focuses on marriage, poverty, suicide and a host of various thoughts and ideas from the mind of Zaid.
Sometimes funny, sometimes controversial...Salaam from South Africa is one novel the reader won’t be able to put down in a hurry.
Website:
http://www.lulu.com/product/hardcover/salaam-from-south-africa/1125...

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At 9:09pm on February 13, 2011, Markus Klinger said…
At 3:21pm on August 29, 2010, Traci S Campbell said…


Hello this is Traci. I wanted to stop by your page to welcome you to the network and ask you to please join me on my Facebook group at The C.H.A.M.P Within This group is about single parents and children who have grown up in a single parent home and for the ones who want to show their support.

You can also follow me on twitter at:

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Traci S Campbell


At 7:48pm on July 22, 2010, casey zeman gave Zaid a gift
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Just saying hi, really wonderful ning, Cheers and have an amazing night Casey
At 12:11pm on June 30, 2010, Kate L said…
Welcome!
At 8:57am on June 30, 2010, iimani David said…
You can contact Amazon or Barnes and Noble to have your title sold by them. There is information listed on their websites on how to do this. Ideally, though, your distributer or publisher is responsible for placing your title in the distribution chain. Many large retailers won't consider your title unless it is represented by a distributer or publisher. This is the best way I know to get your title out there.
 
 
 

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