Reclaiming Home: Diary Of A Journey Through Post-Apartheid South Africa
Reclaiming Home is the diary of Lesego Malepe’s travels in South Africa in 2004, the 10th anniversary of South Africa’s democracy. The book begins with Malepe taking the bus from Pretoria, where she grew up, to Cape Town, where she visits Robben Island―the prison where her brother served a life sentence during apartheid days. She interrupts her travels to return to Pretoria, where she attends the ...
Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: She Writes Press (May 1, 2018)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 1735422
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“I look forward to recommending Reclaiming Home to my book club. Several members have travelled the routes this author traveled: Pretoria to Pietermaritzburg, Durban to Port Elizabeth, Cape Town to Kimberly to Johannesburg. What they missed on the ...”
eremony marking the official settlement of land claims for her parents’ property and her grandmother’s property in Kilnerton, Pretoria, which were confiscated by the apartheid government when Malepe was four, forcing her family―along with the rest of their community―to move to Mamelodi township for Africans. Over the course of her travels, Malepe traverses much of her home country, visiting locales including Pietermaritzburg, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Thohoyandou, the University of Venda, and Giyani. Ultimately, hers is a sprawling, revealing journey that illuminates the ways South Africa has changed―and the ways it has remained the same―since the end of apartheid.