Joshua Sinclair is a professor in comparative theology and a medical doctor specializing in tropical diseases. He has worked in India with Mother Teresa (Calcutta) and Sister Rosa (Mumbai), as well as in various regions of Africa, especially South Africa. Sinclair is also a professor in Filmmaking, Comparative Theology and Biblical Anthropology. His medical professions are linked to non-profit organisations such as Doctors Without Borders which enables him to pursue his creative talents as a best-selling novelist and a film and television writer, actor, producer and director. His best-selling novel SHAKA ZULU was adapted for the screen becoming the number one syndicated television miniseries of all time.