Sisonke returns to a nation riddled with historical injustice. Years after Apartheid he seeks to balance the tipped scale that is racial inequality. During his pursuit of righteousness for a country he loves dearly, he discovers lies and untold truths about his upbringing that will lead him down a path so dangerous and so contentious that every connected life around him will change forever.
Harrowing experiences with men with guns; a dilapidated education system; and a mystifying search for love all come together in a gut-wrenching journey born out of a colossal divide between two worlds. Circumstances will force Sisonke to decide. Circumstances will force him to choose between the wealthy white family who raised him and the inspirational black community he fought alongside during Apartheid. Choice, chance and circumstance intertwine to form the most powerful equation nobody could have predicted:
Apartheid = Ignorance + Belligerence + Anger + Self-Preservation + Fear + Love + Envy + Guilt.
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