Cape Town Stories Casts An Affectionate And Wry Eye Over The Mother City S Many Unique Characters Legendary And Real, Historical And Modern, Human And Canine And The Places Where They Wove Their Magic The Wide Cross Section Of Capetonians Represented In The Pages Of This Book Reflects The Vibrant Diversity Of Cultures From All Over South Africa, Africa And The World With Humour And Sensitivity They Are Spirited, Fiercely Individualistic And, Most Of All, Survivors Through Them We Experience The Mother City In All Her Moods At Times Gentle And Nurturing And At Others Wickedly Irreverent And Moody
Madeleine Barnard grew up in Gauteng and studied languages and journalism at Stellenbosch University before moving to Cape Town in 1994 She worked as a journalist, public relations officer and corporate communications consultant before going freelance as a writer She lives in Cape Town s City Bowl.
- 176 pages
- Cape Town Stories
- Madeleine Barnard
- 06 September 2019 Madeleine Barnard