204 pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2018
"This set of essays will discomfort, and you will find yourself shouting back at the author when she is particularly incendiary. But you will come away edified and challenged and in touch with a generation that questions shibboleths with charm and ease." Ferial Haffajee, from her foreword
Haji Mohamed Dawjee was born into a Muslim family in the apartheid township of Laudium, Pretoria. She worked as social media editor, deputy digital editor and weekly columnist at the Mail & Guardian. She is now a freelance writer and columnist.