AFRICAN TIMES

: Uys (P-D.)

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102pp., paperback, Darling, 2015

 

"In 1975 I wrote a story about an Afrikaans family in their beautiful Cape Dutch home, secure in their political and social status, and yet trapped behind high walls and state-of-the-art security for their safety. It made shocking sense in the play God’s Forgotten. Now forty years later, the story has reinvented itself to reflect a new reality, also set in the not so distant future." Pieter-Dirk Uys, from the introduction

South African political satirist Pieter-Dirk Uys has written over twenty plays and performed in numerous one-man shows. His most famous alter-ego is Evita Bezuidenhout.