Beauty therapist Melody Nyathi dreams of owning her own beauty spa for the everyday woman – enter wealthy insurance broker Thomas, willing to finance her dreams. But is it really that easy?
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Lesedi Moatlegi is a professional ballroom dancer who believes that her dance partner, Nicholas, is her perfect match – both on and off the dance floor. But he only sees her as a dance partner with ‘benefits’.
Masedi Gaonabokao still carries the hurt from past relationships but then fate prevails and she meets musician Pelo Sebata . . .
Sapphire 3-in-1 offers recognizable characters who question whether true love still exists. The dating game is difficult. With side chicks and friends with ‘benefits’, the struggle is real. There are complicated relationships, familial dramas, love-making and happy endings.
Cheryl Ntumy, Mokopi Shale, Tshego Monaisa
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CHERYL NTUMY is from Ghana, but grew up in Botswana. She studied in South Africa for ten years and now works as a freelance journalist and writer in Botswana. She also writes short stories and plays. Her first novel, Crossing, was published in Botswana in 2010. The novel won first prize in the Bessie Head
MOKOPI SHALE began her career in the media as a radio drama actress in 1998, while in the process of completing her degree in drama and industrial psychology at Rhodes University. It was through her radio drama acting that she was presented with an opportunity to become a television presenter for Take 5, a youth educational magazine programme for the SABC, where she also worked as a researcher and script writer, and later as Associate Producer for the show.
In an endeavour to increase her skills in the field, she took on another job as a radio producer for TranxAfrica Media, which was in its fledgling stages, and produced two programmes for them – Your Life and African Pioneers. After a stint as the Corporate Accounts Manager for Ochre Moving Pictures, she was approached to become a Commissioning Editor in the drama unit of the SABC’s Content Enterprises, where she currently works.
Love’s Courage is her debut novel.
Tshego Monaisa began her career in media as an intern in TV Production and Public Relations and grew to specialise in TV as a scriptwriter and script editor. Having worked at the SABC in the Content Hub: Drama Department as a commissioning editor for two and a half years, Tshego left in order to freelance and specialise in an industry she both loves and is passionate about. Poetry of Love is her first novel.
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