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EXCERPT | Ougat: From a hoe into a housewife and then some by Shana Fife

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Unsettlingly honest and brutally blunt, Ougat is Shana Fife’s life story. (Supplied)
Unsettlingly honest and brutally blunt, Ougat is Shana Fife’s life story. (Supplied)

Unsettlingly honest and brutally blunt, Ougat is Shana Fife’s story of surviving the social conditioning of her Cape Flats community, surviving sexual violence and depression, and ultimately escaping a cycle of abuse.  

Exploring themes of sexuality, womanhood, violence, depression, and cultural identity, Shana’s self-deprecating humour is used to describe what being a coloured woman means to a coloured woman.   

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