Interracial relationships, wokeness and the politics of black women: The Cheeky Natives chat to Sisonke Msimang
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In her much anticipated memoir, Sisonke Msimang writes about her exile childhood in Zambia and Kenya, young adulthood and college years in North America, and returning to South Africa in the euphoric 1990s.

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Msimang chatted to Alma-Nalisha Cele and Letlhogonolo Mokgoroane of The Cheeky Natives, in a wonderful conversation covering interracial relationships, wokeness and the politics of black women and mothers.

Msimang also recommends her favourite writers, including Pearl Cleage, Zukiswa Wanner, Mohale Mashigo, Arundhati Roy, Pumla Dineo Gqola, Claudia Rankine and Jamaica Kincaid.

Msimang begins by reading this excerpt from the book, ‘Why I Write’:

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View some photographs from the recording on The Cheeky Natives’s Facebook page:

Last Friday we spoke to Sisonke Msimang about her memoir 'Always Another Country'. It was such a wonderful conversation filled with laughter. The podcast will be out in due time.

Posted by The Cheeky Natives on Monday, October 23, 2017

Categories International Non-fiction South Africa

Tags Always Another Country Jonathan Ball Publishers Podcasts Sisonke Msimang The Cheeky Natives

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