Mahala Magazine: “It’s the most enlightened thing to happen to local publishing this year”

Zuma’s Bastards (sic) refuses to sugar coat issues. It arm-wrestles our country’s numbingly familiar troubles without a trace of populist posturing or soulless rhetoric. The key to the book is Essa’s unspoken circling around necessary questions: Is this a normal society? What is it doing to us? What needs to stop happening for things to get better?

Essa’s book reveals the power of turning everyday speech and common sense – the way we really are – into tools of probing dissent. It’s the most enlightened thing to happen to local publishing this year.

Read the full review from Mahala magazine here.

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