291pp., b/w & illus., paperback, Durban, 2020
A collection of stories about the people and places of Chatsworth, part autobiography and part a "biography of place".
Chatsworth is a formerly Indian township in Durban created by the apartheid government in the 1950s.
Kiru Naidoo is a fifth generation descendant of Indian indentured workers shipped from the Madras Presidency to the sugar plantations of colonial Natal. He was born in Chatsworth, where he still lives.