Nothing but the Truth

Makubutu Lekota

This play is sensationalist and it is very disturbing to read, the sexual innuedos and depictions are not appealing at all. The Glossary is very detailed and provided detailed information about the chronological history of South Africa during the 1990's and Post-Apartheid South Africa. The character definitions between the two females are very good and are easy to follow, the identities of the two male characters, the brothers are very difficult to follow.

It was a privilege to study this play in

This play is sensationalist and it is very disturbing to read, the sexual innuedos and depictions are not appealing at all. The Glossary is very detailed and provided detailed information about the chronological history of South Africa during the 1990's and Post-Apartheid South Africa. The character definitions between the two females are very good and are easy to follow, the identities of the two male characters, the brothers are very difficult to follow.

It was a privilege to study this play in-depth, my pupils did not always know the contents of the play very well, the standard of writing was extremely high and I would recommend this play as study piece for both Home language and First Additional Language pupils of English in South Africa an in some parts of Southern Africa.

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Matshepo

how things were at this time in history is amazing. it was not as striking to thought or provoked an internal debate but i must say the play was great compared to the book

Nyakallo Lephoto

Nothing But The Truth is a theatre play whose central theme is forgiveness and reconciliation.The play gets its name from the oath that participants in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission had to take, swearing they would tell "The Truth, Nothing Else But the Truth".On the play we see the Makhaya family

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from New Brighton, Port Elizabeth, confront their skeletons when one of them dies in exile in London.

Themba's death opens old wounds, causes conflict between Sipho, Mandisa and Thando yet at t

Nothing But The Truth is a theatre play whose central theme is forgiveness and reconciliation.The play gets its name from the oath that participants in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission had to take, swearing they would tell "The Truth, Nothing Else But the Truth".On the play we see the Makhaya family from New Brighton, Port Elizabeth, confront their skeletons when one of them dies in exile in London.

Themba's death opens old wounds, causes conflict between Sipho, Mandisa and Thando yet at the same time brings them closer than they could ever be.

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Chambers Stevens

Not my favorite South African play.
I prefer Fugard.

Mweshi

John Kani's account of truth, reconciliation and forgiveness made for a profound, thought provoking read and screen play. I love, love this book.

Moeketsi Nicolaus

I was even living this book

Palesa

Short read. Good as a stage production but not much as a book.

Sephiwe Mduduzi Msiza

It's involves too emotions i almost felt like crying.i recommend this as the best book i've ever read ,wow i'm impressed.

Tumelo TjianeSesethu

I want to read it a heared that its intersting

Terri

I actually saw this as a play rather than read it, but it was a wonderful, revealing, very South African, story.

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