he Fifty Rand Note is a collection of short stories about multiple levels of social consciousness from home, the diaspora, the self to the collective, all being drawn from a society going through painful motions of change. Is it possible to steal the whole Fifty Rand Note and not return change? Is it possible for somebody to lose their source of livelihood and remain sane? What do you do when your city becomes worse than the village? Is it possible to silence the whole village as you insist, Let me tell you…”
Tsitsi stories bring the reader close to acidic narratives of the likes of Dambudzo Marechera and Ayi Kwei Armah. This book will surely twist your neck till you see your heels. Memory Chirere – University of Zimbabwe.