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These Things Really Do Happen To Me (Paperback) Loot Price: R157
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These Things Really Do Happen To Me (Paperback)

Khaya Dlanga

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Sometimes real life is stranger than fiction. That certainly is the case when considering the things that happen to Khaya Dlanga in the course of his everyday life. Khaya often shares these stories in brief via Instagram or his other social media platforms. He is finally succumbing to the pressure from the many people who read his posts and want more details, and is telling all of these stories and more in These Things Really Do Happen To Me.

Always entertaining, and often containing astute observations regarding various social practices and situations, Khaya tells wide-ranging stories – his lunch with William Shatner; how he fell asleep next to President Thabo Mbeki; how he got hit on by a deaf girl; how his dreadlocks didn’t get the expected reaction from his mom; the greatest pick-up line ever used on him; awkward encounters with exes; what happens when you parallel park in Parkhurst; and what he has learnt in the course of his eventful life – that are guaranteed to entertain and enlighten readers.

General

Imprint: Pan Macmillan
Country of origin: South Africa
Release date: August 2018
Authors: Khaya Dlanga
Dimensions: 203 x 135 x 20mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 224
ISBN-13: 978-1-77010-631-4
Categories: Books > Language & Literature > Biography & autobiography > General
Books > Computing & IT > Internet > General
Books > Computing & IT > Social & legal aspects of computing > General
Books > Sport & Leisure > Humour > General
Books > Biography > General
Books > Local Author Showcase > Biography
Books > Local Author Showcase > Lifestyle
LSN: 1-77010-631-6
Barcode: 9781770106314

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Wed, 15 Jan 2020 | Review by: Melanie B

Moments in Khaya's life will have you laughing, chuckling, sorrowful and hopeful. These are insights into how black people are perceived in the workplace, the struggles with poverty and and injustice. This is contrasted with the loving and caring family he has.

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