Lesego Rampolokeng

 
‘Seding’ word stew is tough to chew
‘Seding’ word stew is tough to chew
Lesego Rampolokeng’s latest novel, Bird-Monk Seding, if one can call it a novel, is a rampaging, fast-talking, spontaneous and often...
Of old-timers and past glories
Of old-timers and past glories
Lesego Rampolokeng’s third novel, Bird-Monk Seding, is a stark picture of life in a rural township two decades...
Salim Washington: Reedman blows fire and tears
Salim Washington: Reedman blows fire and tears
In 1962, the apartheid regime banned the...
No easy stroll to freedom for SA poetry's restless howler
No easy stroll to freedom for SA poetry's restless howler
'Knock & lock-down phoney miracle politic-crony-oracles/ *most beloved for 'suicide on the rail tracks'/ trains run through the flesh here/ travel...
Critic's head is on fire
Critic's head is on fire
My first reading of Kwanele Sosibo's review of Lesego Rampolokeng's new book, Head on Fire ("Fragments of obscurity", Friday, May 11),...
Lesego Rampolokeng: Fragments of obscurity
Lesego Rampolokeng: Fragments of obscurity
If writer Lesego Rampolokeng was given to overt off-stage narcissism, he would probably compare himself to a Johnny Dyani bassline. In a country in...

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