Di Ya Thoteng, by Phehello J Mofokeng

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Carrying a deep dark secret in his heart, a mysterious young man arrives on a small farm holding with dreams of making his life better. A hardworker, smart and handsome, he slowly becomes the part of the community. In no time, fate unravels in the most unexpected ways. Pule – or Dicourtleigh as he is known in the college of farms – despite his challenging mental state, falls deeply in love with Ntsatsi, the most beautiful girl that side of the backwaters, with tragic consequences. The three witches are not happy with this turn of events as it will derail their plans of economic freedom.

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Deep, dark secrets

Carrying a deep dark secret in his heart, a mysterious young man arrives on a small farm holding with dreams of making his life better. A hardworker, smart and handsome, he slowly becomes the part of the community. In no time, fate unravels in the most unexpected ways. Pule – or Dicourtleigh as he is known in the college of farms – despite his challenging mental state, falls deeply in love with Ntsatsi, the most beautiful girl that side of the backwaters, with tragic consequences. The three witches are not happy with this turn of events as it will derail their plans of economic freedom.

Mystery, witchcraft & tragedy

After the tragedy that befalls his son Letsatsi, the most respected man in the community is found dead in the small lake of Kgaphamadi. The events of witchcraft that takes place in the dark evoke all manner of evil as the three witches hatch and fail. As mysteriously as he arrived in the sleepy farms, Dicourtleigh disappears – this time with Ntsatsi, the girl of every man’s dream.

Intrigue & mysterious death

This is the story of intrigue, mysterious death, cunning but well-meaning witchcraft, mental wellness wrapped in episodes of love, brotherhood and a hint of politics. Di ya Thoteng is a well-crafted story delivered in the eloquence that evokes all the canonical writers of Sesotho. Mofokeng is influenced by Thomas Mofolo and KE Ntsane. His work is an important addition to the body of Sesotho writing that has seen a decline in recent years.

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Genre

Fiction

ISBN

978-0-620-87257-7

Languages

Sesotho

Pages

155

Rights

Worldwide

Size

A5

Target

Adults

Year (Published)

2021

Book genres

Fiction, Sesotho fiction

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Di Ya Thoteng, by Phehello J Mofokeng

Di Ya Thoteng, by Phehello J Mofokeng