For You, I’d Steal a Goat by Niq Mhlongo, another collection of short stories from this legendary South African writer touching on current affairs, township life while also weaving South Africa culture in his current life in Berlin.
I AM A MAN by Jerry Mofokeng wa Makhetha, a memoir by a renowned South African actor who takes us on a journey to retrace his identity while defining what being a man means to him especially in the current context of a country faced with challenges such as gender based violence and absent fathers.
Too White To Be Coloured, Too Coloured To Be Black by Ismail Largardien, a memoir where the author is on a search for home and meaning. Positioning the issue history of displacement in South Africa and the impact it continues to have on individuals and communities to this day about the question of belonging. A thought provoking read.
On the Rocks by Thando Pato, a memoir of a high functioning alcoholic is a deeply personal account about a battle with alcoholism, mental health and cancer. Thando takes us on a journey of tries and fails to quit alcohol while confronting other issues such as her mental health, her relationships and finding her definition of the meaning of life.