Hamba Sugar Daddy by Nape a Motana
Set against the backdrop of a current South African black township, Hamba Sugar Daddy unfolds the tortuous journey of Rolivhuwa, an 18-year-old 'born-free' whose financial difficulties are exploited and influenced by her group of chomis into being a sugar baby. Rolivhowa's whole lifestyle changes after meeting Bigvy, the sugar daddy; she no longer eats the same food as other financially challenged students and is now able to afford expensive clothing and wave around the latest costly smartphone. Bigvy has introduced her to a new lifestyle but at what cost?
Name of author
Nape a Motana is a Pretoria-based author who has worked as a social worker, journalist and copywriter. In the 1980s he was a poet-activist, playwright and short story writer. He is the author of Fanie Fourie s Lobola, Son-in-law of the Boere, Rabeka s Dream, Sepedi Proverbs (non-fiction) and The Honeymoon Is Over (stage play).
Author Nape a Motana
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