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Siembamba is a play for two women written by Philip Rademeyer and Penelope Youngleson. Its subject is black women bringing up white children in South Africa.

The original text

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

2014: Staged by Rust Co-Operative at the KKNK and later at the Grahamstown Festival, directed by Rademeyer, with Lesoko Seabe (Trudy) and Nieke Lombard (the child).


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