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ASHES OF MEMORY

Bronwyn Davids, who used to write for the Cape Times and Cape Argus during what she calls an era of "apartheid's death watch" (from 1988 to 1992) has written a book that is

READING CONTEMPORARY FICTION WRITERS

For the last three years or so I deliberately read more female fiction writers. I've now decided to go back into a more balanced reading, adding more male fictional writers also. I asked

A SOLEMN DAY OF REMEMBRANCE TO amaMFENGU

The 14th May is a solemn day of remembrance for my people, amaMfengu, when our tribe was scattered from the banks of Thukela (Tugela) River on the foothills of Ukhahlamba (Drakensberg) Mountains to

Fear and Trembling

They say falling in love makes poets out of everyone. I suspect its people who've never been locked down by a virus who say that. Lying in bed, scared of an invisible invincible