GRAHAM FYSH was born and raised in South Africa where he worked as a journalist for major South African newspapers and weekly newsmagazines as a political writer at the time of apartheid.
In 1980 he moved with his family to Seattle where he wrote on business and investment at Seattle-area newspapers for 15 years.
In his latest book “Moorosi: A South African king’s battle for survival,” (http://www.moorosi.com) he tells the riveting forgotten story of a Nineteenth Century uprising against colonialism in Lesotho (then called Basutoland), which he visited several times over many years, starting at age 20.
In addition to “Moorosi,” he is the author of: “The Three Lessons of Mr. Markew,” “How Small Business Owners Succeed and how you can, too,” and “How to turn dotCom into dotCash.” He and his wife live in Seattle. They have three children and seven grandchildren.
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