Exploring South African humour, this book argues that national identity emanates from what we are most embarrassed about - not from conventional sources of national pride.The Klerksdorp garage which labelled the keys belonging to Solly Makhelea#39;s Toyota Tazz as a#39;Kaffertjiea#39; could certainly do with lessons in customer service. ... Before that, AndrAc Markgraaff9 famously let the K-word slip during a taped phone conversation, and Arthur Mafokate had a kwaito ... In 1799, a letter noted that Tipoo Sultan wished ato drive the English Caffirs out of Indiaa. an expression, says Geoffanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Art of the South African Insult|
|Publisher||:||30° South Publishers - 2006-01-01|