Maid in SA

Maid in SA: 30 Ways to Leave your Madam is a laugh-out-loud take on a woman’s home, but is as serious as the security guards in gated communities.
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Description

It is a quirky, lighter look at one of South Africa’s most important, yet most overlooked, relationships: that between a domestic worker and her madam. In this book you’ll find the women in your life – your mothers, your sisters, your cousins, your friends and yourself.

To get you started:
• There are two types of white madams, the poor-white madam and the liberal middle-class madam.
• There are no poor African madams.
• If your helper has a colourful name, she must be a Zimbabwean.
• Having a Malawian helper is never about the Malawian helper, darling.

About the Author

Zukiswa Wanner is a busy woman – a writer, a mother, an African and a woman – in that order. A founder member of the ReadSA initiative, she was also featured in M&G’s 200 Young South Africans List 2009, Africa Report’s People to Watch 2010 and M&G’s Book of South African Women 2010. Zukiswa is a thirty-something-year-old writer whose name speaks for itself.

She is also the author of Men of the South.

Parameters of Book:
Sub-title: 30 Ways to Leave your Madam
Author: Zukiswa Wanner
ISBN: 9781431408962
d-PDF ISBN: 9781431408979
ePUB ISBN: 9781431408986
mobi file ISBN: 9781431408993
Size (mm): 198x130mm
Pages: 100pp
Format: Paperback
Colour: Black & White
Rights: World
Language: English
Publication Date: August 2013