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Ga ke Modisa, by Sabata-mpho Mokae
Ga ke Modisa is a Setswana proverbial phrase. The English equivalent is “I am not his (my brother’s) keeper”. The story is about two brothers; the younger one being a small town newspaper editor and the older brother being the mayor in the same town. The story is set in the town of Christiana in the North West. In this, his first installment of fiction, the decorated journalist Sabata-mpho Mokae reveals his genius in his language and storytelling.
Mokae is Sol Plaatje scholar and he is also the author of The Story of Sol Plaatje – a biography of the struggle hero and African titan.