Alenduka Mzalwane was created by the South African artist, Abraham Makhabela (1966-2007). The work is formally a capitalised titled, ALENDUKA MZALWANE, in the cast of this sculpture as the use of Capitalisation is important, since the artist is a pastor and his voice is loud and important for an emphasised religious preaching perspective. Short Biography: Abraham Makhabela was born in Marble Hall district in 1966. He came to work at the University of Pretoria in 1987 as an Assistant Technician in the sculpture studios. His work is greatly sought after by many collectors and he participated in national art competitions such as the Sasol New Signatures Awards and the PPC Young Concrete Sculptors Competition. .Makhabela's work has a deep religious conviction which always permeated his work. Conventional compositions and techniques are borrowed from the history of art and rendered with his personal religious views. Makhabela passed away in 2007


  • Title: Alenduka Mzalwane
  • Creator: Abraham Makhabela
  • Date Created: 1989
  • Location Created: South Africa
  • Physical Dimensions: 500mm
  • Type: Sculpture
  • Original Source: University of Pretoria Museums
  • Rights: Copyright University of Pretoria
  • Medium: Bronze

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