Stewart's Quotable African Women
Penguin Random House South Africa, 2012 M10 2 - 247 páginas
African women have not only been witnesses to their times; they have also been actors and key players, and their role in the affairs of the continent continues to grow. The women whose voices are heard in Quotable African Women come from all walks of life, their thoughts and words cover many subjects and represent varying opinions. But one thing is clear: the voice of African women is growing stronger and louder. This collection of quotations offers new perspectives and gives us a unique insight into the continent of the future.
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