Mphuthumi Ntabeni

Mphuthumi Ntabeni

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The Promise: Book Review

I came to this book with preconceived ideas of reading something written in sparse and controlled emotional intensity, the usual things I adore about Damon Galgut writing style I first discovered in books


History imposed itself on my generation. I had to take my place in the waiting line on the threshold of the black years. Our generation suffers from delusions of grandeur, like thinking you

My Favourite Reads of 2021 So Far

There are books I read because, well, we're told are unmissable. I usually copout in more than half of them and don't finish for one reason or the other. As someone who believes

Modern Love

Can't wait for the 13th August to start SO2. Been rewatching SO1 for control. I was lucky enough to be introduced to them when they first started as a podcast. I still maintain

The Wanderers

Phakamile Maseti, growing in the small Eastern Cape town of Queenstown decides to join the anti-apartheid struggle in the late seventies and went into exile in the early eighties, leaving behind a woman