aWe walked on a patch of grass that seemed to have been burnt a few hours earlier, with soot covering our feet. There, in front of us, lay my beloved brother, Adonis, lifeless, his body facing up. There were numerous stab wounds on his body, including his face, and his lumber jacket was half burnt.a Thus begins Kaizer Nyatsumbaas tragic story of his twin brotheras horrible murder. It is also an intriguing look into aspects of South African life hitherto unknown to many. They were twins of a special kind, the closest of friends, and each otheras confidantes. Their mothers were sisters, they were inseparable when they grew up, they were the first graduates in the extended family, and were the ones the family depended on for leadership. When Adonis was brutally murdered in the Pretoria area in June 2009, Kaizer was shattered and his life irrevocably changed. A part of him died with Adonis, and he has yet to come fully to terms with the loss. A very private man, the author bares his soul in this book. aThis story by the master craftsman, Kaizer Nyatsumba, is so absorbing that it is impossible to stop reading.a a Michael MandlaaButi Mathabela... that the car in which I was taught to drive in the US was an automatic, while the one in Johannesburg was a manual car. ... In February 1990 I bought a red Toyota Corolla 1.3 from Rand Stadium Toyota in the Turffontein area for R23 000, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Incomplete Without My Brother, Adonis|
|Author||:||Kaizer Mabhilidi Nyatsumba|
|Publisher||:||Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency - 2014-01-01|