Ndumiso Ngcobo's second collection of satirical essays – released
two years after his bestselling Some of my best friends are white –
is once again chocked-full of the observational humour that made
him a sought-after radio personality and the anchor man of the
Sunday Times lifestyle section. No one is spared as Ndumiso once
again launches himself into the great and muddled mess that is
South African racial politics. Xenophobia, Jacob Zuma, his
"coloured" cousins, black on black relationships and the Afrikaners
of Benoni are all given a going over. Ndumiso Ngcobo tells it like
it is in the way only he can.
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