A Black Woman Comes to The Troyeville | Lerato Tshabalala talks about The Way I See It

This entry was posted on 07 July 2016.
Lerato Tshabalala is a feisty, opinionated (and funny) columnist and editor. Her first book, The Way I See It: The Musings of a black woman in the rainbow nation, expresses the way democratic SA has managed to produce both joy and anger, both frustration and excitement, for young, black professionals.
Lerato will be talking about the book and the nature of the society which it reflects and from which it comes at the Troyeville Hotel’s book club.
Date: 14 July (Bastille Day, if that encourages you)
Time: 19:00 for 19:30 (but if you would like to dine earlier, let Laurence know when you book)
Address: The Troyeville Hotel, 25 Bezuidenhout street, Troyeville, Johannesburg
Cost: As ever, dinner will set you back R229 pp plus drinks
RSVP (Bookings are essential): Laurence on laurence@troyevillehotel.co.za by the 12th of July 2016.
Non dining tables are also available at R70 per person.
For more information on the book or for an interview with Lerato Tshabalala, contact Surita Joubert on sjoubert@penguinrandomhouse.co.za or visit www.penguinbooks.co.za.

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