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Moslems Reach The New York Times

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New York Times – It’s the kind of book cover guaranteed to generate stares when pulled out in public: the title, “The Moslems are Coming: Encounters with a Desktop Terrorist,” is emblazoned above a menacing…

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Free Reading- The burqah chapter from Zuma’s Bastard

Everybody’s talking about the burqah. And long before France managed to actually enforce law against it, Zuma’s Bastard chimed in with a satire to stir the debate. The chapter’s called Shape Without Drape and you…

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Zuma’s Bastard- A Chance to laugh at ourselves

“What a wonderfully refreshing read” The Witness

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Time of the Writer 2011

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I’ll be in Durban for this year’s edition of Time of the Writer International Writers Festival

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“The book is chutzpadik, refreshing and – at its core – deeply humanistic” Jewish Report

“The book is chutzpadik, refreshing and – at its core – deeply humanistic” The Jewish Report

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The Big Issue reviews Zuma’s Bastard

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If Essa represents the voice of the new, politically aware astute youth of South Africa, then the future looks very bright indeed. — Melany Bendix, The Big Issue.

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Karabo Kgoleng on her encounter with a Desktop Terrorist

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‘ Azad’s concern for the downtrodden shines through what the defensive would call vitriol. I think he’s just saying, “Why do we continue to ignore the elephant that’s thrashing about in our living room?!” ‘ Karabo Kgoleng

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