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Margaret Lenta Reviews Prodigal Daughters by Lauretta Ngcobo

Prodigal Daughters: Stories of South African Women in ExileVerdict: carrot

The older generation of present-day South Africans may remember in the 1970s and 1980s the insistence, even by enlightened people involved in the Struggle, that equality between the gender groups must wait until political equality between race groups had been achieved. It was argued in the same period that feminism was a first-world luxury, in which only spoilt white women could be interested.

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