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About this book

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2009
Umuzi (Random House Struik)
141520067X [ISBN]

Umama: Recollections of South African Mothers and Grandmothers

This charming paperback documents the thoughts of forty great contemporary South Africans about their mothers. The degree to which these famous people are willing to lay their souls bare in the process runs the entire range from formal eulogy to psychologist’s office stuff.


On and on the stories go with Pam Golding, Richard Goldstone, Shaun Johnson, Farida Karodia, Michael Lapsley, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, Nelson Mandela, Trevor Manuel, Zakes Mda, Dirk Meerkotter, Piet Meiring, Elana Meyer, Wally Morrow, Cedric Nunn, Aziz Pahad, Lucas Radebe, Albie Sachs, Desmond Tutu, Pieter-Dirk Uys, and many others all sharing about their mothers and/or grandmothers.

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