ISBN 9781920590079
ePub ISBN 9781920590789
Pages 186
Dimensions 203 x 133mm
Published 2014
Publisher Modjaji Books, South Africa
Formats Paperback, eBook

To the Black Women We All Knew

by Kholofelo Maenetsha

As Ama's wedding day approaches and her friends - Beauty, Matlakala and Pamela are there to lend varying degrees of support. But when tragedy strikes on Ama's wedding day and spreads to every corner of the group's lives they hold on to each other to survive. Will their misfortunes bring them closer together or will they tear the quilt of their friendship apart? They are our mothers, our sisters, our daughters, our girlfriends, our aunties. Pamela's body is a ravaged canvas of her troubles. Matlakala tries to prop up a failing relationship. Beauty's sharp tongue and dark secret threatens to doom her to a life lived alone. In To the Black Women We All Knew, Maenetsha showcases the modern township existence and its weakening yet ever-present link to tradition. Her vivid writing tells of the capriciousness of life and love and the strength of women in the face of a crisis.

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About the Author

Kholofelo Maenetsha

Kholofelo Maenetsha, originally from Limpopo Province, lives in Pretoria. She was born in 1986. She has a degree in Drama from the University of Pretoria and is currently completing her degree in Environmental Sciences with UNISA. She has published three romance novels under the pseudonym Kholo Matsha by Sapphire Press, an imprint of Kwela Books.