Kaffir Boy Summary

  • Last updated on March 25, 2021
Kaffir Boy is Mark Mathabane's 1986 autobiography about life under the South African apartheid regime. It focuses on the brutality of the apartheid system and how he escaped from it, and from the township Alexandra, to become a well-known tennis player. He also depicted how the young black children dealt with racism and stereotypes

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Categories: Memoirs