Black Twitter found my father in 24hours


At times non-fiction is stranger than fiction. Have a look at the roots of the South African writer and broadcaster Sara-Jayne Makwala King. Her white mother took her daughter from South Africa to England and gave her up for adoption, without her daughter, but with an invented tale, she returned to South Africa. You want … Continue reading Black Twitter found my father in 24hours

Cape Town book signing: Killing Karoline


The apartheid has many legacies. Literature in South Africa (and surrounding countries) is filled with these legacies.  Sara-Jayne King tells about her roots in the days of apartheid. She was born (in 1980) out of a relationship between a white mother and a black father. That was an illegal and unwanted relationship during the days … Continue reading Cape Town book signing: Killing Karoline