ISBN 9781779319739
Pages 216
Dimensions 216 x 140 mm
Published 2017
Publisher Joyce Jenje Makwenda Collection Archive, Zimbabwe
Format Paperback

Divorce Token

by Joyce Jenje-Makwenda

Netsai is a hard-working woman, who spends sleepless. nights sewing clothes to sell for a living in her four-roomed crammed house. Joyce Jenje-Makwenda takes the reader to a mid-1980s-Zimbabwe, when there was an upsurge of an African middle class, and an exodus to the former, predominantly "Europeans Only" upper-class suburbs. Netsai and her husband, Herbert also have a dream; to buy a house in one of those suburbs and live happily with their children. But, does money buy them?

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About the Author

Joyce Jenje-Makwenda

Joyce Jenje-Makwenda was born in 1958 in Mbare Township in Harare.She is a researcher, writer and producer. For the past 30 years or more she has been involved in research in the areas of music, popular culture, media, politics, women's history and gender issues. Joyce has made some notable achievements with her artistic work across the board, winning a number of awards since the early 1990's.