South African non-fiction books you should read. They are thought provoking and some what entertaining.
The way I see it by Lerato Tshabalala
This controversial book is aimed at people who are hungry for something that is thought-provoking, funny, irreverent and truly South African all at the same time.
I’m A Different Mess Than I Was Yesterday by Msizi E. Nkosi
A spine-chilling story about a young man who could have had it all but threw it all away because of the horrendous choices that he made. The books speaks about Msizi’s childhood, his career and his sordid lifestyle.