The cover for Zukiswa Wanner’s new book Hardly Working has been revealed!
The book will be published by Black Letter Media this month.
“Zukiswa has mastered the art of writing a travel memoir. Through engaging prose she takes you on a journey –which she seamlessly intertwines with her innocent childhood memories – through Africa, Europe and then back to Africa.”
— Sihle Khumalo, author of Almost Sleeping My Way to Timbuktu, and Dark Continent, My Black Arse
Wanner is a South African journalist and novelist, born in Zambia and now based in Kenya. She is the author of a number of books, including The Madams, Men of the South, Behind Every Successful Man, Maid in SA: 30 Ways to Leave Your Madam and London – Cape Town – Joburg, as well as a children’s book, Refilwe, a retelling of Rapunzel in a southern African setting.
About the book:
Zukiswa Wanner sets off on an adventure-filled road trip with her partner and son. Travelling through six borders, on busses and on the backs of trucks, Wanner celebrates the 10 years since her debut novel, The Madams, was published by having a reading in as many countries as possible. Between protests against bond notes in Zimbabwe and celebrating her birthday, Wanner reconnects with good friends and gets the opportunity to give her son an African education that he’ll cherish for years to come.
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