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The Ruth Khama Story

Sue Grant-Marshall

This is a biography about Ruth Khama, a middle-class white British woman who married an African chief-to-be in the late 1940s, with images never shown before, extensively researched and compellingly written. The book was compiled before Ruth Khama's death in 2002, and is based on personal interviews that Ruth had with the author.
Date Published :
January 2019
Publisher :
Protea Boekhuis
Language:
English
Illustration :
b/w photo section
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781485308898
Pages : 416
Dimensions : 8.75 X 6 inches
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Overview
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This is a biography about Ruth Khama, a middle-class white British woman who married an African chief-to-be in the late 1940s, with images never shown before, extensively researched and compellingly written. The book was compiled before Ruth Khama's death in 2002, and is based on personal interviews that Ruth had with the author.

About The Author
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Sue Grant-Marshall has written two best-selling books, Mind the Gap and Mind over Money, and has been an award-winning journalist for The Star and The Argus as well as for Fairlady magazine. She currently writes for Business Day and City Press and hosts Reading Matters on Radio Today. She was born and raised in Botswana and lives with her husband Don Marshall and their daughter Amy in Johannesburg.

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