London – Cape Town – Joburg

Zukiswa Wanner

ISBN:

9780795706301

Publisher:

Kwela

Date Released:

April 2014

Price (incl. VAT):

R 235.00

Format:

Soft cover, 337pp


About this book:

“I would've been able to live like this if Zuko hadn't been born . . . London was good. Is good. I love London. But . . .”
1994
The world is about to change. The first truly democratic election in South Africa's history is about to unite Nelson Mandela's rainbow nation at the ballot box. And, across the world, those in exile, those who could not return home, those who would not return home, wait. Watch and wait . . .
London
Martin O'Malley isn't one of those watching and waiting. He is too busy trying to figure out if Germaine Spencer really is the girl for him and why his best friend is intent on ruining every relationship he gets involved in. And then . . . And then Germaine is pregnant and suddenly the world really has changed for Martin O'Malley.
South Africa
A land of opportunity. A place where a young black man with an MSc from the London School of Economics could have it all, would have it all. But what does Martin O'Malley, London born and bred with an Irish surname, really know about his mother's country? His motherland. A land he has never seen.