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Promise Murewa, a broke Zimbabwean national, crosses the border illegally into South Africa. While in Polokwane City he hears about a Catholic priest who had sexually violated and raped him in his early years. He decides to check him out to seek clarity... with disastrous consequences.
While there a scuffle ensues and Father Dorota dies. He runs away in his car - and gets nabbed at a roadblock.
Simon Bushie had always wanted a little boy to complement the two girls he already had. When his wife Evelyn conceived, it became the happiest day of his life. Everyday he rooted for a boy. But when the baby came, it came with mixed gender. A staunch traditionalist that he was, Bushie was determined that the baby would be a man like him. He went on to register the baby as a boy, naming it Raymond.
A washed-out former entertainer turns up on the streets of a quiet suburb. Down on his last penny, he spends his days drifting, longing for the past glory and watching the sunset. Nobody knew who he was - and no one cared - until ten year old Donna stepped into the caravan.
Zondi, a crackhead son of Granny Thandi, has just been released from jail. Without a job and addicted to drugs, he relies on small-time snatch jobs. But robbing her sick mother was the last straw. Granny Thandi had finally had enough.
Love has blinded Glenda to such an extent that she worshipped her boyfriend Veli. Even when Veli abused her, she always protected him. He was the best thing to ever happen to her. She never thought of leaving him. Until one day at Veli's friend's birthday bash when a fight turned nasty.
Mrs Suzie Madia, wife of Polokwane City millionaire, is found murdered in her hotel room one morning. Mr Madia spares no expenses to have the killer of his wife brought to book. He hires his friend, a one time disgraced investigative reporter to unravel the murder of his wife.
Out of Africa is a collection of short stories from a South African perspective. The stories cover a wide range of subjects and include two award-winning entries. The collection also includes never-before published stories from the 80s and the early nineties.
Judge Jansen van der Schyff had made a lot of enemies in his long career. When he retired he decided to throw himself a birthday party. He invited close friends and family. The birthday lunch culminated in his murder that took Chief Detective Swart from pillar to post as he fumbled to make sense of the numerous clues.
The age-old question remained - who killed the judge?
This book is about the problem of prostitution in my hometown of Mokopane, South Africa. It looks at the role players in this occupation, the reasons why women turn to prostitution, and the potential economic spin-offs of prostitution in a legalised environment