Illusions of Grandeur

Illusions of Grandeur

eBook - 2012
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Illusions of grandeur is a work of fiction, which seek to give a voice to women. and in the same vain tries to suggest to men to treat women as they will treat their women?s, sisters, and children. It also talks about affirmative action especially in South Africa as its affect young children who refused to study because they have this mistaken believe that one can become a tendepreneur without education. SA kids sees the lavish life style and think well I will just become that without laying a foundation to become that. The book encourages women to fight for justice through court structures, I encourage young girls to stay in schools and study so that they will either marry their own Black economic beneficiary (BEE) or become one themselves and if they refused to listen to what I am saying in the book, three things will likely happen to them, the old wealthy affirmative (BEE) tendenpreneurs will either give them HIV, Unwanted pregnancies and marriage to an old pot belly man who is old enough to be their grand father or even a combination of all. In the final analysis my book seek to empower girls, women and children in the world over to stop allowing themselves to be abuse and used by men with easy money, their motto should be eduction, education and education. The wisdom is in the older women, not the fake temporal life style is promise and given to them by the BEE beneficiaries.
Publisher: Cape Town : Ebi Achigbe Okeng Ebi, 2012.
ISBN: 9780620550550
Characteristics: 1 online resource (312 p.)


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