Zuzu Alexi Cupido encapsulates the vibrancy of South African literature with her portrayal of the lived experiences of its people. Having an intimate understanding of the inequality of apartheid, it is poignant that her stories resonate with the fight for justice. In this book she again showcases her authentic understanding of a working-class commitment to hard work and resilience. This understanding connects us all to each other as it touches a global sentiment that the dignity and integrity of all human beings is worth fighting for, albeit against great oppression and heartache.
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