By Peter Claus Wolfgang Gutkind, Peter Waterman
African Social stories: a thorough Reader, is an important and wide-ranging number of essays via many of the world's best social scientists, identified and lesser-known. This outstanding assortment covers matters akin to the legacy of colonialism, imperialism, difficulties within the box of African experiences, nationwide liberation events, and extra. No scholar of Africa will be with out this quantity.
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DEE I’m not hungry; do your homework first. ) THANDI Maybe she’s hungry. DEE It’s my house, it’s my food. THANDI Sorry. DEE It is. THANDI I ve got stuff in my car. Black South African women 56 DEE I thought you said the boot of your car is clean? THANDI It’s not in the boot. DEE Don’t tell me. THANDI It’s Willie’s. DEE I’m not interested. THANDI Can I leave it with you till he comes back? DEE NO! You don’t give up do you? THANDI That’s what makes me a good sales lady. Dee, you know I wouldn’t want you to get mixed in all this, but I’ve got a problem.
When the police come here looking for you, they must find me blank and they must go away blank. Have you seen the papers today? Fighting, killing everybody’s blaming everybody else. I don’t care whose fault it is, I want it to stop. I want the whole world to stop. THANDI Amen! DEE It’s no joke, I mean it. I don’t want to know what’s coming from Botswana or what’s going to Durban or what’s here for that matter. THANDI Dee, you’re my friend, I trust you. DEE I know, but in this game trust is not enough.
And that’s what I’m doing. I’m not writing plays about men anymore. In 1977, Fatima Dike became the first African woman to publish a play in South Africa, The Sacrifice of Kreli. Born Royline Fatima Dike in the township of Langa, in Cape Town, her family was part of the forced removal in the 1930s. Dike was educated at church schools in Langa until they were taken over by the government in the 1950s. She later went to a boarding school run by Irish nuns in Rustenburg in the old Transvaal until graduation.
African social studies: a radical reader by Peter Claus Wolfgang Gutkind, Peter Waterman