The Kwerekwere Testament 1: Going Beyond Borders

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kwerekwere is the derogatory term that black South Africans use when addressing foreign blacks. Orakwe travels to Swaziland to sell Nigerian traditional attires. The journey which was for 2 weeks, spirals into 13.5 years. Orakwe eventually moves to S. Africa where he is exposed to the the realities of institutionalized racism, xenophobia and crime. He learns crime quickly and even masters it well More

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About Kenneth Madiebo

Dr. Kenneth C. Madiebo is the Director of Research and Data Analysis at Aaado Consulting Limited. He has a Master of Public Health Degree from the Faculty of Health Sciences of the University of the Witwatersrand in Parktown, Johannesburg. He has conducted general public health research works and data analyses, program and project Monitoring and Evaluation (M and E) and important gender-based research works. He also teaches: “Introduction to Data Analysis Using STATA” on contract. Even though this is a complete work of fiction, it represents part of the product of a 13.5 year data gathering and research on: “The Socio-Economic, Mental and Physical Effects of Forced Migration on Black Africans”. Nothing they teach you in school can equal the real experience.

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Review by: GraceU on April 16, 2012 :
This Trilogy is a must read! I stayed up ALL night to finish it, could not put it down! A rare insight into the underbelly of post apatheid South Africa told by a very captivating author
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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