“We do our children a very grave injustice if we do not write these books for them in their own languages. We rob them of who they are and can be, in the wider scheme of things out there, seen through the window.” Says Katrina Esau, popularly known as Chief Ouma Katrina Esau or Ouma Geelmeid.


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