Eusebius McKaiser Launches 'A Bantu In My Bathroom' at Rhodes on 3 May 2013
cordially invited to Eusebius McKaiser's launch for his book A Bantu
In My Bathroom this Friday, 3 May 2013, at Eden Grove Blue, 14:00,
Rhodes University. The book is a collection of essays about race,
sexuality and other uncomfortable South African topics. A best-seller
within a couple of weeks of publication, it has just been printed for
the fourth time in six months.
McKaiser, is a well-known political analyst who writes widely for
local and international press. He is currently a columnist for The
Star and Cape Times where his weekly column appears on Mondays. His
work has appeared internationally in publications such as The New
Republic, BBC, Focus on Africa and, also, The New York Times.
studied law and philosophy at Rhodes University before spending time
at Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. He also lectures part-time in
philosophy. And he is a radio talk show host, most recently with Talk
Radio 702 and soon with a new radio station about to be launched.
currently working on his second book, a polemic about the DA's
chances in the 2014 elections.
In his spare
time he coaches debating and public speaking, having previously won
the South African national championships and the world masters
His book will
available for sale for R150.00 on the day. Refreshments will be
served. The event will be chaired by Richard Pithouse.