702 presenter Eusebius McKaiser had an interesting discussion with #WeekendBreakfast host Phemelo Motene about feminist authors, and their social commentary in the book feature.
McKaiser says that these are three excellent titles full stop.
One thing we tend to do with minority groups is that we categorize them, we contract and compare them.— Eusebius McKaiser, 702 presenter
I think what’s interesting about these three books is that they are very different and have different styles says McKaiser. He adds that Pumla’s book, Reflecting Rogue: Inside the Mind of a Feminist is personal because she tackles being a mom and what it’s like being a feminist raising a boy.
Redi’s first book, if I didn’t tell you who wrote it and you just read a couple of sentences you may not have guessed that Redi wrote it.— Eusebius McKaiser, 702 presenter
In Khwezi, I can hear Redi speaking to me says McKaiser.
The book that is stylistically the best out of the three is definitely Sisonke’s book.— Eusebius McKaiser, 702 presenter
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