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  • Touch my Bloodby Fred Khumalo

    Penguin Random House South Africa 2011; US$ 14.00

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  • #ZuptasMustFall, and other rantsby Fred Khumalo

    Penguin Random House South Africa 2016; US$ 14.00

    Who are these Guptas who are so powerful, they’re distributing cabinet posts like matrons handing out condoms at a brothel? Who do Americans think they are, accusing Trevor Noah of ‘stealing’ a joke from one of their comedians? Is Sizakele MaKhumalo Zuma’s spaza shop a National Key Point?In #ZuptasMustFall, and other rants, Fred Khumalo runs riot,... more...

  • Dancing the Death Drillby Fred Khumalo

    Penguin Random House South Africa 2017; US$ 14.00

    ‘Be quiet and be calm, my countrymen, for what is taking place is exactly what you came to do … Brothers, we are drilling the death drill.’– Reverend Isaac Wauchope DyobhaParis, 1958. A skirmish in a world-famous restaurant leaves two men dead and the restaurant staff baffled. Why did the head waiter, a man who’s been living in France for many years,... more...

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