How to be an African Lady
Kenway Publications, 1998 - Humor - 76 pages
In a similar mode to How to be a Kenyan, the author takes a comic look at what it takes to be an African lady and what an African lady should do when faced with certain situations. Thirty hilarious essays and some light hearted illustrations cover different aspects of behaviour, including 'Assessing other Ladies', 'How to be Startled', 'Talking Big', 'Handbag ritual' and 'Meeting the other Woman (in your man's house)'.
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Assessing other Ladies
Being the Boss
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