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Capture the Sun: A Zulu Man's Story of Freedom Through Hard Work and Education

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Capture the Sun chronicles first, the life story of an African young man growing up poor in his native third world land and second, getting an opportunity to improve himself by being educated in a first world country. It is about the difficulty of translating the culture and work ethic of a peasant farming family background into achieving success at one of the highest engi Capture the Sun chronicles first, the life story of an African young man growing up poor in his native third world land and second, getting an opportunity to improve himself by being educated in a first world country. It is about the difficulty of translating the culture and work ethic of a peasant farming family background into achieving success at one of the highest engineering institutions of learning in the world. After graduation, the author embarks on a successful award-winning career developing and building complex machines around the world. He rises to become a leader as an engineering executive in a global, industry dominating, company. Joshua Zulu BSc., MBA., PE., 6 Sigma MBB., retired from Caterpillar Inc. as an Engineering Manager. He received the Excellence-in-Design award from Design News magazine for his 1995 invention of a Gearless Hydro-Mechanical Transmission. He is dedicated to promoting education for the poor. AUTHOR HOME: Germantown Hills, IL


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Capture the Sun chronicles first, the life story of an African young man growing up poor in his native third world land and second, getting an opportunity to improve himself by being educated in a first world country. It is about the difficulty of translating the culture and work ethic of a peasant farming family background into achieving success at one of the highest engi Capture the Sun chronicles first, the life story of an African young man growing up poor in his native third world land and second, getting an opportunity to improve himself by being educated in a first world country. It is about the difficulty of translating the culture and work ethic of a peasant farming family background into achieving success at one of the highest engineering institutions of learning in the world. After graduation, the author embarks on a successful award-winning career developing and building complex machines around the world. He rises to become a leader as an engineering executive in a global, industry dominating, company. Joshua Zulu BSc., MBA., PE., 6 Sigma MBB., retired from Caterpillar Inc. as an Engineering Manager. He received the Excellence-in-Design award from Design News magazine for his 1995 invention of a Gearless Hydro-Mechanical Transmission. He is dedicated to promoting education for the poor. AUTHOR HOME: Germantown Hills, IL

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