Kgafela revisits high school sexual bliss

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Kgosi Kgafela Kgafela talks sex, doing cannabis, climbing the forbidden mountain of Lentswe La Baratani, among others in his new book, The King’s Journal, a biography about his life from his teen age to now.

Stories of people climbing the hallowed and mythical Otse hill are few. Kgafela writes in the biography that  he climbed the hill twice with his friend Tiro, although he does not treat the readers to his experience atop the hallowed hill.

Kgafela  talks sex too,  and says his first escapades were at Moeding College, where he also tasted cannabis for the first time at the college’s  nature reserve nick named The Evil Forest. The Evil Forest, according to Kgafela was a sex paradise for the students and he specifically enjoyed  playing a peeping tom as schoolmates brought their lovers for a time of bliss. 

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