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Ngoneni – Siphetheni Ncube

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Ngoneni – Siphetheni Ncube

Siphetheni Ncube discusses her debut book Ngoneni. (Camera: Christo Greyling, Editing: Nicholas Boyd)

27th March 2018

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Johannesburg domestic worker Siphetheni Ncube went viral on Twitter after her employer posted a picture of her with her debut book Ngoneni.

The book is written in Ndebele and is loosely based on Ncube's life and the experiences of other women in Zimbabwe. She is originally from Zimbabwe and hopes to inspire women by her story and the stories of others.

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She sat down with Polity's Sane Dhlamini to discuss her self-published book.

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