Percy Makhuba Makhuba


Percy Makhuba was born on 18 June 1967 in Honeydew, South Africa. He grew up living on a farm and attended school at Paradise bend School and Witkoppen High School. Percy studied transport management at Rand Afrikaans University qualifying in 2002. He founded a church in 2008 and is currently a Visionary Leader and a Senior Pastor of Percy Healing Word Ministry.

Radical,Revolutionary,Innovative,Anointed and cutting Edge are some of the words that describer Me.

Smashwords Interview

What inspired you to write a story about ending violence against women?
There was a time in my life where I was being abusive and recognising that I have abused my wife was the first step of accepting my problem. I also congratulate myself for taking other measures for wanting to correct my behavior. I have control over myself and the way I choose to behave is to be a REAL man, husband and good father to my children and that is the whole reason why I wrote about ending violence against women.
Your lifetime spans both sides of apartheid. Do you see an appreciable difference in South African society since apartheid was abolished?
Not much has changed for most blacks – slow progress, overall improvements at the start but beginning to slide now. There is freedom of movement – live where you like if you can afford to.
Read more of this interview.

Where to find Percy Makhuba Makhuba online


I Wish I Knew My Mentor
Price: $1.00 USD. Words: 32,800. Language: English. Published: July 28, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Fairy tales
I Wish I Knew My Mentor takes to task the greed and ambition that led to Apartheid, one of the world’s darkest examples of human beings’ capacity for cruelty and yet also celebrates the possibilities within the human heart and spirit of the emotional transformation of hatred into a force for inner strength and real, abiding social change.
Cries Of The Forgotten
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 30,460. Language: English. Published: August 18, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » General
Can the wish of one man’s heart truly change an entire nation? One day, Tshepo Nonyane, a mild-mannered government statistician walks into the Johannesburg Metro Police Department and confesses to the brutal rapes and murders of several women. He describes his crimes in grisly detail, even as his clean-cut, sincere appearance completely belies the violent man he claims to be.

Percy Makhuba Makhuba's tag cloud