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Almost a decade after the end of apartheid in South Africa, matters of class-by-colour have apparently disappeared into the deep ravines of amnesia for this society whose mood is now characterised by influx threatening to throw everything into an accident.
There is unmistakeable paradigm shift from racial consciousness to materialism.
Cape Town with its many faces of mesmerising beauty fuels the sense that the pair of affluence and power is the newest form of being.
Within that context, Sipho Msipha, an African medical doctor plays the protagonist who judges himself on top of the situation, only to be proven otherwise by fate and tragedy.
Sipho’s wife Lisa, his business partner Lewis, and his employee Frank, are the agents of betrayal that defer reality from him, only for so long.
Overall, the story comes down to Sipho’s belated soul-searching that almost requires one to re-learn the art and purpose of living.
Analogically, Sipho eventually discovers the other side of Cape Town that is not as rosy as the common portrait of that city.
Jonathan Tserayi is credited with MA in Creative Writing from The University of Cape Town, RSA.
He taught at St.
Ignatius College in Zimbabwe before lecturing in Botswana where he also got into the groove of writing newspaper feature articles.
He is a part-time editor and freelancer
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