Book Review, Non- Fiction

Book Review: Women’s Liberation and the African Freedom Struggle by Thomas Sankara

Too busy to give the necessary attention to her children, too exhausted to think of herself, the woman continues to slave away- wheel of fortune, wheel of friction, drive wheel, spare wheel, Ferris wheel. Broken on the wheel and bullied, women, our sisters and wives, pay for having created life.

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Book Review, Fiction

Book Review: London Cape Town Joburg by Zukiswa Wanner

I want Martin to think of the man who raised him when he sees it. To question the real meaning of what a father is. Not someone who donated a sperm to your being, but someone who was there for you as you grew up, who loved and protected you.