Ken Sibanda is an American Constitutional lawyer and science fiction pioneer who became the first Africa-born, Black writer to write a Hard Science Fiction (Accuracy in Physics) Novel, with "The Return to Gibraltar" in 2011.
A lawyer by training, Sibanda holds a law degree from the University of London in England, achieved with Honors and a double Masters in Law, from Temple School of Law in Philadelphia and California Western School of Law in San Diego, California.
The son of a political active father with South Africa's African National Congress - Andrew Sibanda and a nurse: Lucia Taruvinga. He is the seventh of nine children.
Sibanda made his directorial debut with the feature film - 1948.
In 2011, the publication of "The Return to Gibraltar," marked Sibanda's entry into the science-fiction world. The story of a Harvard law student who time travels to help the Moors of Spain in 1492 Spain.
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Sibanda is also known for the opera - Hannibal the Great.
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