Vol.21 No.118

Wednesday 4 August 2004    

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When a dance troupe becomes a family
THE middle-aged single mother whose life has carved her into a figure that looks older than she actually is would sit by the door of her rented one-roomed house overlooking the street after knocking off from her work as a maid in the Francistown suburbs of Area A. Her tired mind often torments her as it wanders into what her children could have become if they were not 'eaten' by this street before her eyes.

Author explains Botswana's success
Reasonable Radicals and Citizenship in Botswana: The Public Anthropology of Kalanga Elites (2004) by Richard Werbner, Indianapolis, Indiana University Press, 254 pages. REVIEWED BY SECHELE SECHELE

  

 
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