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January 12 , 2011

Kasikhulume (Let's talk)


Will you marry your dead brother’s wife?
Burial or cremation: is it good for African tradition
Money and religion: Are churches after our money?
Pregnant school girls: Should they be allowed in school?
Family planning: Is it good for the marriage?
Is it okey for women to wear trousers?
To abort or not to
Age: Is it just a number?
Kasikhulume (Let’s talk) is a collection of twenty journalistic pieces (essays) written in IsiNdebele. The book talks about the different stages in life. Dealing with diverse topics that offer insight and clarity and at times thought provoking in often confusing and perplexing life situations, each topic provides insight into the universal struggles we all face. The writer invites the reader on a journey of self discovery.
The stories will help you to move from where you are to where you want to be. Inspiring and uplifting, this book will make you better understand yourself and the people you interact with. This is something to read and talk about.

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