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Like the tales told by my grandmother, the short story invites us to take part in its telling
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‘A Letter to Azania’ recalls our origin stories now that the promised utopia of Azania has been reduced to ashes.
"Sharing stories is an evolutionary tool that alters our minds," says the author.
Different perspectives make for wonderful stories.
There are myriad theories and stories we cannot prove because it was never Southern Africa’s tradition to record our history on paper.
Once quite long ago, in a land not so far away, there lived a young woman called Gcina Mhlophe.